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Violins, Vuillaume

A Great French Violin Maker of the 19th Century (1798-1875)

Collection : Catalogues d’exposition
Date de parution : octobre 1998
37,96 €

Présentation

The catalogue of the exhibition goes back over Jean-Baptiste Vuillaume's career, the French instrument maker, emblematic of the spirit of invention and interprise of the nineteenth century

Table des matières

Foreword, Brigitte Marger

Beyond a first temporary exhibition, Marie-France Calas

The Soul of an instrument maker flown from Mirecourt, Jeanne Villeneuve

Jean-Baptiste Vuillaume, the whale of instrument making, Emmanuel Jaeger

The French Stradivarius, Étienne Vatelot

Round table on Vuillaume, Emmanuel Jaeger

Jean-Baptiste Vuillaume: a success story, Sylvette Milliot

Savart and Vuillaume, Thierry Maniguet

Jean-Baptiste Vuillaume: innovator or conservationist?, Malou Haine

Bowed instruments during Vuillaume's time: teaching, technique and interpretation, Anne Penesco

Music in Paris during Vuillaume's time. Pages from an album, Philippe Blay

Delphin Alard: violonist, teacher and composer, Anne Penesco

The French market for musical instruments during Vuillaume's time: first steps, Florence Gétreau

Copies and pastiches in the decorative arts, Philippe Thiébaut

Vuillaume and the first violin makers, Karel Moens

About repetitive decorations and their instrumental supports, Jeanne Villeneuve

Notes

Catalogue

Informations

Format : Broché
Poids : 1412 g
Dimensions : 24 x 27.5
Pagination : 280 pages
ISBN : 978-2-906460-82-9