DHV:
716
Tourin ID:
PARIS 26

Size:

Pardessus

Label Text:

Place Made:

F, Paris

Maker:

Jean

Ouvrard

Date:

1745

OUVRARD Luthier Place / de l’Ecole A Paris / 1745 [printed]

Body Shape:

Viol

Current Location:

F, Paris

Sound Holes:

C ?

Collection:

Musée de la musique

No. of Strings:

6

Catalog Number:

E.2040

Head:

Female

Previous Owner:

Henri Cesbron, 1916-34; Paul Cesbron, Paris, before 1906 - 1916

Measurements:

Body Length:

32.6

String Length:

30.9-31.4+

Rib Depth:

5.4

Upper Width:

15.5

Middle Width:

12.1

Bottom Width:

19.6

Information Source:

Gétreau 1988, p. 134

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Comments:

Gétreau 1996, pp. 335, 400, 703; Gétreau 1988, p. 134

Gétreau 1988, p. 134 (front)

Head very similar to all Guersans at Paris Conservatoire; same hand visible on their Barbey pardessus, Gavinies treble, and Fleury bass. Double purfling. Tailpiece and bridge not original. No longer in the museum’s collection per website and Gétreau 1996, p. 400 (where date is given as 1750); but see Gétreau 1988, p. 134. (A typed 1976 inventory sent to Tourin also gave date as 1750 and marked this instrument among several no longer in the collection.)