Instrument

  • ID: 56
  • Type: violin
  • Maker: Antonio Stradivari
  • Year built: 1715
  • City: Cremona
  • Name: Joachim, Aranyi
 
Back: One-piece

Photos

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Iconography Index

Die Geigen und Lautenmacher vom Mitteralter bis zur Gegenwart, Willibald Leo von Lütgendorff, Frankfurter Verlags-Anstalt, Frankfurt am Main, 1922: Black-and-white photos (front & back).

Die Geigen und Lautenmacher vom Mitteralter bis zur Gegenwart, Willibald Leo von Lütgendorff, Frankfurter Verlags-Anstalt, Frankfurt am Main, 1922: Black-and-white photos (front & back).


Notes

"This is one of the three 1715 violins once owned by the famed Hungarian violinist, Joseph Joachim (1831-1907). This violin was bequeathed to his great-niece, Adela d'Aranyi, hence its other name "Joachim-Aranyi". From this same family, NMF purchased this instrument in September 2000."
http://www.nmf.or.jp/english/

Provenance

Owner Owned From Owned In Owned Till Price paid
Nippon Music Foundation   2000       
Adela d'Aranyi          
Joseph Joachim          
...         

Current owner Current owner
Indicates that the owner is or was also a musician Indicates that the owner is or was also a musician

Players

Name Played From Played In Played To
Geza Hosszu Legocky   2009     
Sayaka Shoji  2001    2006 
...       

Current player Current player
Indicates that the musician is or was also an owner of one or more instruments. Indicates that the musician is or was also an owner of one or more instruments

References

Die Geigen und Lautenmacher vom Mitteralter bis zur Gegenwart, Willibald Leo von Lütgendorff, Frankfurter Verlags-Anstalt, Frankfurt am Main, 1922.

Die Geigen und Lautenmacher vom Mitteralter bis zur Gegenwart, Willibald Leo von Lütgendorff, Frankfurter Verlags-Anstalt, Frankfurt am Main, 1922.

How Many Strads?, Ernest N. Doring, William Lewis & Son, Chicago, 1945.

http://www.nmf.or.jp/english/

Correspondence with Geza Hosszu Legocky, November, 2009.

Correspondence with Shunsuke Sato, August, 2006.