DHV:
814
Tourin ID:
STOCK 13

Size:

Treble ?

Label Text:

Place Made:

D, Hamburg

Maker:

Joachim

Tielke

Date:

1700

IOACHIM TIELKE / in Hamburg, An. 1700 [small format, printed except 700, altered from printed 16--]

Body Shape:

Viol

Current Location:

S, Stockholm

Sound Holes:

C

Collection:

Swedish Museum of Performing Arts

No. of Strings:

5

Catalog Number:

M2475

Head:

Lion

Previous Owner:

Staffan Åman, -1954 (acquired initially by the Sällskapet Musikhistoriska Museets Vänner)

Measurements:

Body Length:

39.8

String Length:

Rib Depth:

4.9

Upper Width:

19.1

Middle Width:

14.1

Bottom Width:

23.5

Information Source:

Hellwig 2011, pp. 248-49; Museum website; museum to TGM, 4/04; Hellwig 1980, p. 266

Literature:

Photographs:

Recordings:

Auctions:

Comments:

Hellwig 2011, pp. 248-49; Hellwig 1980, p. 266; museum to TGM, 4/04 (unpublished restoration report by Hellwig)

On museum’s website (front, body only); Hellwig 2011, p. 248 (front, body only [color]); [unpublished, from museum, 4/04 (FB+S body only, head side 3/4); Hellwig 1980, p. 266 (front)

Hellwig 2011, TieWV 112 (viola d’amore); Hellwig 1980, no. 098 (“viola d’amore (?)”]). Köpp 2003: less certainly a viola d’amore than the 4 smaller examples by Tielke. Hellwig 1980: 2-piece table with ivory edging and double purfling; 2-piece back (arched and bent) with ivory edging and single purfling; ribs with ivory edging at corners and neck foot. Head, neck, fingerboard and tailpiece, and pegs not original. 2 pegs treble, 3 bass side. Restored by Günter Hellwig, 1957 (dimensions from his report, also in Hellwig 1980: 39.5, 18.6/13.3/23.2, 5.8?, -): had been converted to a viola (neck probably early 19th century, by same person who did museum’s M225; fingerboard and pegs later). Bass bar, soundpost, and hookbar also new; carved head done after photos of those in Dortmund and Leipzig. Hellwig 2011: back widths 18.6/13.2/23.1. Tourin: arm viol (but not seen).