DHV:
470
Tourin ID:
KUIJK 2

17..

Bass

# of Strings:

7

Place Made:

A,

Body Shape:

Cello

Current Location:

J, Tokyo

Sound Holes:

F

Collection:

Private collection

Head:

Cherub

Catalog Number:

Label Text:

Measurements:

String Length:

69.1

Total Length:

Body Length:

75.2

Upper Width:

33.7

Rib Depth:

13.2

Middle Width:

24.7

Bottom Width:

43

Previous Owner:

Wieland Kuijken, Brussels, 1958-87; Music shop FAES, Antwerp

Information Source:

Owner to TGM 8/16

Literature:

Photographs:

Recordings:

Auctions:

Comments:

Herzog 2003, D-18

Kuijken 1978, front cover (front 3/4 [color]); Kuijken 1969 (front 3/4, head 3/4); [unpublished, from owner 8/16: FB+S, head 3/4 (color)];

Kuijken 1980b (Telemann); Kuijken 1979a (German Cantatas) [played by A. Glatt?]; Kuijken 1978 (Dollé/Forqueray); Kuijken 1976 (Sainte Colombe); Kuijken 1973 (German: Alarius Ensemble); Kuijken 1971 (Rameau); Kuijken 1970 (Versailles); Kuijken 1969 (Italian: Alarius Ensemble); Kuijken n.d. (Bach)

Overhanging edges. Short neck: 7th fret needs belt around neck heel. Head appears to be a child, or cupid, or angel; mounted on, but not integrated with, curved-up top end of pegbox. Herzog 2003: new neck and 7th string by Fred Lindeman. Owner: rib depth at corners 13.7. Usually credited as Tyrolean on Kuijken’s recordings, though sometimes S. German; here classified as Austrian.