DHV:
372
Tourin ID:
HARN 10

Size:

Bass

Label Text:

Place Made:

A, Absam

Maker:

Jacob

Stainer

Date:

1667

Jacobus Stainer in Absom / propè Oenipontum m.pia 1667 [handwritten]

Body Shape:

Viol

Current Location:

A, Vienna

Sound Holes:

F

Collection:

Private collection

No. of Strings:

6

Catalog Number:

Head:

Open scroll

Previous Owner:

Hans Eberhard Hoesch, -before 1969; Hamma, 1952-54

Measurements:

Body Length:

70.5

String Length:

Rib Depth:

13.1

Upper Width:

32

Middle Width:

24

Bottom Width:

41.5

Information Source:

P. Hütmannsberger 6/94 (dimensions); Senn & Roy 1986, p. 217 (A101)

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Comments:

Hopfner & Seipel 2003, p. 108 (IV. 17); Senn & Roy 1986, p. 217

Hopfner & Seipel 2003, pp. 102 (front), 109 (back); Senn & Roy 1986, pp. 409-11 (head FB+S); Harnoncourt n.d. (Kaiserhof), no. 18 (front 3/4); [unpublished, from P. Hütmannsberger: front, back, soundhole, head side (color)]

Harnoncourt 1979 (Telemann Paris Quartets); Harnoncourt 1975 (Buxtehude); Harnoncourt 1972? (Biber); Harnoncourt 1969 (Bach)

Senn & Roy: Back and ribs are bird’s-eye maple (also pegbox veneer). Only Stainer with original six-string pegbox. Exhibited in Mittenwald, 1953. May be identical with one exhibited in Vienna, 1892 (then owned by W.E. Currey, London; previously by Hill, until 1884): cf. Lütgendorff 2:480. If so, then same as LOAN 22, q.v. Hopfner & Seipel: 2-piece table with wings; neck not original; has tailgut. Dimensions 70.4, 31.3/22.7/40.8, 13.1, -.