Early Guitars and Vihuela

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mario carreira
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At Lorenzo Frignani's guitar work shop, Modena (Italy), holding a guitar by Gennaro Fabbricatore, Naples, 1804.The instrument is now in Bisceglie and belongs to the Mauro Giuliani Museum.
Dec 7, 2016
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"String length: 56 cm N.G.Ries, Vienna, 1840."
Apr 2, 2016
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"The Ries during the restoration..."
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"The Ries before the restoration..."
Apr 2, 2016
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Mar 17, 2016
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Venture a guess as to who made this historic guitar?

"a french guitar maker (maybe Mats)..........?"
Feb 23, 2016
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"A five courses instrument adapted for single strings, quite common in 19th. century regrettably I must say..."
Feb 22, 2016
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Unknown maker c.1830 Ladder braced. Keith, Prowse label

"The bridge looks very similar to those by Panormo in London; head and fingerboard looks "new""
Feb 22, 2016
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Vinaccia

"Lisbon, Museu da Musica."
Dec 28, 2015
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"Probably not for sale.....?"
Dec 28, 2015

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About me:
Mario Carreira is a performer on 19th century guitars, a researcher and a collector of guitar and non guitar music as well and studied or has been in contact with: the late Robert Spencer, Brian Jeffery, Thomas Heck, Kenneth Sparr, Jakob Lindberg, Anner Bylsma. Special are repertoire for voice and guit. and chamber music often times perfomed on period instruments. Occasionaly he also play continuo in baroque orchestras.He is a collaborator of Tecla Editions founded by Brian Jeffery and published works by Giuliani, Molino and Matiegka
http://www.tecla.com/authors/matiegka.htm
http://ideias-soltas.net/2009

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Mario Carreira is a performer on 19th century guitars, a researcher and a collector of guitar and non guitar music. He studied or has been in contact with: Manuel Morais, the late Robert Spencer, Brian Jeffery, Thomas Heck, Kenneth Sparr, Jakob Lindberg and L'Archibudelli. Special interest are repertoire for voice and guitar and chamber music performed on period instruments. Occasionaly he also play continuo in baroque orchestras.
He is a collaborator of Tecla Editions founded by Brian Jeffery and published so far works by Giuliani, Molino and Matiegka.
http://www.tecla.com/authors/matiegka.htm
http://wwwideias-soltas.net/2009

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At 23:00 on August 23, 2015, Isaac Sun said…
Hello Mario, so happy to hear from you, my email address is isaacsunyihong@yahoo.co.nz, let's keep in touch:D
At 11:35 on May 9, 2012, Isaac Sun said…

Hi Mario

It's Isaac from Auckland University, how are you? I really thank you for the lessons we had 2 years ago, that was the most precious week I had since picked up the guitar. I've improved a lot and about to do postgraduate study. Wish I could see you again one day. My tone is also a lot better though still having nail. I'm getting more and more interested in early music and i adore C.P.E. Bach's music. Some of his sonatas, especially third movements, Rondo, seem to be excecutable on the guitar.

Anyway, you're badly missed by someone from New Zealand:)

 
 
 

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