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"The Strand" Office, 1915 - Violoncello - 100 pages
 

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Page 100 - THE STRAD is the only recognised organ of the string family and has subscribers in every country of the civilised world. Our circulation has increased to so great an extent that we are enabled to engage as contributors THE LEADING WRITERS in the VIOLIN WORLD. THE STRAD contains technical articles by the leading artists.
Page 100 - ... contributors THE LEADING WRITERS in the VIOLIN WORLD. THE STRAD contains technical articles by the leading artists. THE STRAD, in the answers to Correspondents column, gives minute information by Experts on every detail connected with the Violin. THE STRAD gives all the important doings of Violinists at home and abroad all the year round. THE STRAD gives early critical notices of all important New Music for Stringed Instruments with numbers to show the grade of difficulty of every piece. THE...
Page 101 - Crown 8vo., Cloth, 2/6, Post Free, 2/9. THE VIOLIN AND ITS STORY : OR THE HISTORY AND CONSTRUCTION OF THE VIOLIN. Translated and Adapted from the German of HYACINTH ABELE BY GEOFFREY ALWYN. WITH TWENTY-EIGHT ILLUSTRATIONS. " The school of Cremona is dealt with at great length, but in the most interesting way. Short biographical sketches are given of the great exponents of this school, which was founded by Andreas Amati.
Page 100 - A Monthly Journal for Professionals and Amateurs of all Stringed Instruments played with the Bow.
Page 101 - ON JOACHIM'S METHOD BY CARL COURVOISIER, With Folding Plates, containing Fifteen Illustrations. :F:R,O:M: DIE?,. [COPY.] MY DEAR MR. COURVOISIER : I have read the book on Violin Playing you have sent me, and have to congratulate you sincerely on the manner in which you have performed a most difficult task, ie, to describe the best way of arriving at a correct manner of playing the violin. It...
Page 101 - THE STRAP" LIBRARY, No. XII. Crown 8vo., Cloth, 2/6, Post Free, 2/9. THE Repairing and Restoration of Violins, BY HORACE PETHERICK. Of -the Music Jury, International Inventions Exhibition, South Kensington, 1885 ; International Exhibition, Edinburgh, 1890; Expert in Law Courts, 1891 ; President of the Cremona Society. WITH FIFTY ILLUSTRATIONS BY THE AUTHOR. The proper sort of glue — Its preparation and use — Loose fingerboards...
Page 100 - ... recognised organ of the string family and has subscribers in every country of the civilised world. Our circulation has increased to so great an extent that we are enabled to engage as contributors THE LEADING WRITERS in the VIOLIN WORLD. THE STRAD contains technical articles by the leading artists. THE STRAD, in the answers to Correspondents column, gives minute information by Experts on every detail connected with the Violin. THE STRAD gives all the important doings of Violinists at home and...
Page 101 - THE STRAP" LIBRARY. No. VIII. Crown 8vo., Cloth, 2/6, Post Free, 2/9. ANTONIO STRADIVARI BY HORACE PETHERICK. Of the Music Jury, International Inventions Exhibition, South Kensington, 1885 ; International Exhibition, Edinburgh, 1890 ; Expert in Law Courts, 1891 ; President of the Cremona Society. ILLUSTRATED BY THE AUTHOR. "This is the history of the life-work of the great Italian stringed musical instrument...
Page 101 - Full -page PHOTO ETCHINGS, Illustrating the process of Violin-making in every stage — from the rough slab of wood to the finished Instrument. The text is written by an Actual Violin Maker, in a very clear and lucid style. "Popular lecture" style, with photographic illustrations.
Page 100 - ... notices of all important New Music for Stringed Instruments with numbers to show the grade of difficulty of every piece. THE STRAD gives every month beautifully - executed Portraits, on fine art paper, of leading celebrities in the Violin world, together with biographical sketches. Specimen Copy, 2Jd., Post Free. All Subscriptions, Advertisements, etc., to be addressed to the Manager, HARRY LAVENDER, 2, Duncan Terrace, City Road, London. LONDON : 'THE STRAD" OFFICE, 2, DUNCAN TERRACE, CITY ROAD....

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