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The Melody Thread

 

Duetto I. Nicolo Amati double-bass. Cremona School, Mid to End of XVII Century. Italy, 2012

Duetto I. Nicolo Amati double-bass. Cremona School, Mid to End of XVII Century. Italy, 2012

Time Score I. Colascione (a pocket mandolin). Early XVIII Century. Italy, 2010

Time Score I. Colascione (a pocket mandolin). Early XVIII Century. Italy, 2010

Melody Thread VII. Small Violoncello. Milanese School, Late XVII Century. Italy, 2010

Melody Thread VII. Small Violoncello. Milanese School, Late XVII Century. Italy, 2010

Trumpets Forever. Clarinets. Johann Denner School, Early XVII Century, Germany. Italy, 2012

Trumpets Forever. Clarinets. Johann Denner School, Early XVII Century, Germany. Italy, 2012

Moment IV. Nicolò Amati Double Bass. Cremona School. Second half of XVII Century. Italy. 2010

Moment IV. Nicolò Amati Double Bass. Cremona School. Second half of XVII Century. Italy. 2010

Duetto III. Mandola and Citara Pound. Early XVIII Century. You and I series. Italy, 2011

Duetto III. Mandola and Citara Pound. Early XVIII Century. Italy, 2011. You and I series

Cherub Song. Double Bass. Nicolò Amati, Cremona School, Early XVII Century. Italy, 2011

Cherub Song. Double Bass. Nicolò Amati, Cremona School, Early XVII Century. Italy, 2011

Tarantella Echo II. Two Napolitan Mandolins and Citara Pound. Workshop of Antonio Vinaccia, Late XVIII Century. Italy, 2012

Tarantella Echo II. Two Napolitan Mandolins and Citara Pound. Workshop of Antonio Vinaccia, Late XVIII Century. Italy, 2012

Sound of Eternity. Nicolò Amati's of Bologna Violin. Early 17th Century. Italy, 2012

Sound of Eternity. Nicolò Amati's of Bologna Violin. Early 17th Century. Italy, 2012

Soul Imprint II. Historic Bergonzi Double Bass. Cremona School. Late XVIII Century. Italy, 2012

Soul Imprint II. Historic Bergonzi Double Bass. Cremona School. Late XVIII Century. Italy, 2012

 

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