Thomas Hulinzky / fecit Pragae 1754
No. of Strings:
Czech Museum of Music (division of Narodni Muzeum)
Letter from museum to Tourin, 6/79 (+ TGM visit 10/18, on display only)
Cizek 2008, p. 58; Herzog 2003, D-24; Buchner 1950, pp. 47-8
Cizek 2008, p. 57 (front 3/4, head 3/4 [color]); Buchner 1973, pl. 263-4; Buchner 1961, p. 233-4 (front 3/4, head from below); Jalovec 1957 (Bohemia), pl. 143 (FB+S, head 7/8); [unpublished, from A. Pappano 10/21: front, head (color); from K. Libin 7/16: front (color)]
2 pegs treble, 3 bass side; carved head looks down fingerboard, which has 3 sections of inlay with pointed ends and sculpted lower end; tailgut. Square shoulders. Display label (and Buchner’s photo caption) calls it “tenor quinton”. Museum’s measurements evidently only to nearest half cm. Cizek 2008, p. 58: head is a philosopher or satyr.