DHV:
812
Tourin ID:
STOCK 11

Size:

Treble ?

Label Text:

Place Made:

D, Hamburg

Maker:

Joachim

Tielke

Date:

1692

IOACHIM TIELKE / in Hamburg, An. 1692 [small format, printed except 92; difficult to read]

Body Shape:

Viol

Current Location:

S, Stockholm

Sound Holes:

C

Collection:

Swedish Museum of Performing Arts

No. of Strings:

5

Catalog Number:

M225

Head:

Female

Previous Owner:

Royal Swedish Academy of Music

Measurements:

Body Length:

39

String Length:

35.5

Rib Depth:

5.4

Upper Width:

17.9

Middle Width:

13.9

Bottom Width:

22.5

Information Source:

Hellwig 2011, p. 246; museum website; museum to TGM, 4/04; Hellwig 1980, p. 223

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Auctions:

Comments:

Hellwig 2011, p. 246; Hellwig 1980, p. 223; museum to TGM, 4/04 (unpublished restoration report by Hellwig); Kinsky 1910, 2:646; Svanberg 1902, p. 24

On museum’s website (front); Hellwig 2011, p. 246 (front, body only [color]); Köpp 2003, p. 9 (front, body only]; [unpublished, from museum, 4/04 (front 3/4, head front 3/4)]; Hellwig 1980, p. 223 (front)

Hellwig 2011, TieWV 067 (viola d’amore); Hellwig 1980, no. 061 (“viola d’amore (?)”]). Köpp 2003: less certainly a viola d’amore than the 4 smaller examples by Tielke. Hellwig 1980: 2-piece table with double purfling (badly sunken on bass side); 1-piece back (flat with fold). Head, neck, fingerboard and tailpiece, pegs not original. Ribs narrowed toward bottom block. 2 pegs treble, 3 bass side. Restored by Günter Hellwig, 1959 (dimensions from his report, also in Hellwig 1980: 39.0, 18.0/13.8/22.6, 4.7, -): had been converted to a viola (neck probably early 19th century, by same person who did museum’s M2475; fingerboard and pegs later). Bass bar, soundpost, and hookbar also new. Hellwig 2011 adds: authenticity of table is questionable (varnish doesn’t match rest of body); no purfling on back. Tailpiece based on TieWV 58, but with horizontal top edge. Back widths 17.8/13.6/22.3. Tourin: arm viol.