Amati, Nicolò
Amati, Nicolò or Nicola 1596-1684.
Italian violin maker who taught his craft to Stradivari and Guarneri.

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  • Nicolò Amati — Niccolò Amati (3 December 1596 – 12 April 1684) was an Italian luthier from Cremona. Biography Nicolò Amati was the fifth son of Girolamo Amati and the grandson of Andrea Amati, the founder of the Amati Family of violin makers. Of all the… …   Wikipedia

  • Amati — is the name of a family of Italian violin makers, who flourished at Cremona from about 1549 to 1740.Family membersAndrea AmatiAndrea Amati (ca. 1505 ndash; ca. 1578) was the earliest maker of violins whose instruments still survive today. Indeed… …   Wikipedia

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  • Amati family — Family of Italian violin makers in Cremona in the 16th and 17th centuries. Andrea (с 1520–с 1578) set the form of the modern violin. His two sons Antonio (с 1550–1638) and Girolamo (1561–1630) worked together and were known as the brothers Amati …   Universalium

  • Amati — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Amati. Violín fabricado en 1558 Los Amati fueron una familia de fabricantes de violines italiana originaria de Cremona, que estuvo vigente entre los siglos XVI y …   Wikipedia Español

  • Amati — Amati: Cinq membres de cette illustre famille de luthiers ont créé entre 1520 et 1740 le renom de Crémone comme centre italien de la lutherie. Andrea Amati (1520/1535 1580/1611), fils d une riche famille patricienne commença la tradition de la… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Nicolò — is an Italian male given name. It may refer to: Nicolò Albertini, statesman Nicolò Amati, luthier Nicolò Brancaleon, artist Nicolò Gabrielli, composer Nicolò Gagliano, violin maker Nicolò Minato, poet Nicolò Pacassi, architect Nicolò Pollari,… …   Wikipedia

  • Amati — Amati1 [ä mä′tē; ] E [ ə mät′ē] n. a violin made by any member of the Amati family Amati2 [ä mä′tē; ] E [ ə mät′ē] Nicolò [nē΄kō̂ lō̂′] 1596 1684; It. violin maker: member of a family of violin makers of Cremona, Italy (fl. 16th 17th cent.);… …   English World dictionary

  • Amāti — Amāti, 1) eine Familie cremoneser Geigenmacher im 16. u. 17. Jahrh., lieferten ausgezeichnete, noch jetzt für die besten geltenden Violinen, Amatis; bes. sind zu bemerken: Andrea, seit 1560, der erste gute Geigenmacher; Andrea u. Antonio, Brüder …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Nicolò Amati — Nicola Amati, auch Nicolò Amati (* 3. September 1596 in Cremona; † 12. August 1684 ebenda) war ein italienischer Geigenbauer. Als wichtigstes Mitglied der Amati Geigenbauerdynastie führte Nicola Amati die Entwicklungen seines Vaters Andrea Amati… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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