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Flûtes by Auguste Bonneville

Recorders XVIII em Century

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Vinaccia Mandolins Gaetano, Gennaro, Pasquale, Antonio, Johannes, Giuseppe, Giovanni, Fratelli Vinaccia

 

Vinaccia family in Naples, lead some musicologists to believe that the modern steel-strung mandolin was developed in Naples by the Vinaccia family.

 

Gennaro Vinaccia was active between about 1710 and 1788,

Antonio Vinaccia was from about 1734 to 1796.

An early extant example of a mandolin is one built by Antonio Vinaccia in 1772 which is kept at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.

Giuseppe Vinaccia built in 1763, can be found at the Kenneth G. Fiske Museum of Musical Instruments in Claremont, California.

The earliest existant mandolin was built in 1744 by Gaetano Vinaccia, and is housed in the Conservatoire Royal de Musique in Brussels, Belgium.

 

 

Mandore ou Mandoline baroque

VincentiusVinaccia / filius Januarii /

fecit Neapoli alia rue Catalana

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Mandolin by Fratelli Vinaccia 1937

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Mandolin Antonio Vinaccia 1764

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Mandolin by Giuseppe Vinaccia 1898

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 Mandolin by Fratelli Vinaccia 

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