DHV:
631
Tourin ID:
MUNB 02

Size:

Treble ?

Label Text:

Place Made:

D,

Maker:

Date:

17..

Hieronimo Gudri / di Cremona 1725 [handwritten]

Body Shape:

Viol

Current Location:

D, Munich

Sound Holes:

Flame

Collection:

Deutsches Museum

No. of Strings:

7

Catalog Number:

34986

Head:

Cupid

Previous Owner:

Anton Zunterer, Munich, -1912

Measurements:

Body Length:

37.9

String Length:

35.2

Rib Depth:

5.5

Upper Width:

18.2

Middle Width:

11.9

Bottom Width:

22.2

Information Source:

Wackernagel 1997, pp. 273-74; PT visit 9/78

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Comments:

Wackernagel 1997, pp. 273-74; Thomas 1978, p. 26

Wackernagel 1997, p. 274 (front)

Wackernagel: “Ursprünglich Viola d’amore mit oder ohne Resonanzsaiten,” S. Germany, 18th C.; label probably fake. 2-piece table (dendrochronology gives dates of 1709/1717 for youngest growth rings) with high arching, ribs and 1-piece back of bird’s-eye maple; neck, pegbox and all fittings (except possibly top two pegs) not original but head may be; fingerboard originally for a larger instrument. 4 pegs treble, 3 bass side. Tourin: arm viol.