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The equations of physics suggest time should be able to go backwards as well as forwards. Experience suggests, though, that it cannot. Why? And is time travel really possible? Click here to subscribe to The Economist on YouTube: http://econ.trib.al/rWl91R7 Why does time pass? It is a question so profound that few people would even think to ask it. Yet its effects are all around. Human beings live in a perpetual present, inexorably sealed off from the past, but moving relentlessly into the future. For most people, time seems to be something that is just out there. A thing ticking away in...
Violins made by Antonio Stradivari (1648 - 1737) are still among the most sought-after classical music instruments in the world, even though they are anything but easy to play.
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When many of us think of precious objects, it is often the largest gems or the most famous paintings that come to mind. But certain rare violins inspire the same awe - and command the same astronomical prices - as these other treasures. VOA's Adam Phillips tells us about one particular violin's pride of place in the rarified world of high-end stringed instruments.
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Get a quick overview of the process of cutting, shaping and installing a new bridge. It's amazing how much goes into such a small piece! This video is not intended to be a tutorial on making a bridge but a quick reference to help customers understand what goes into the cost of a bridge.
For a dozen years renown concert violinist Joshua Bell has owned his pride and joy, a Stradivarius violin which is turning 300 years old this year. Despite it's age, it is hardly babied. Bell plays this $3.6 million instrument exclusively.
Part of Musical Instrument Museum's new exhibition, luthier Gregg Alf talks about the science behind the creation of the Stradivarius violins. "STRADIVARIUS: ORIGINS AND LEGACY OF THE GREATEST VIOLIN MAKER" January 16 through June 5, 2016 Immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of perfection. Only at the Musical Instrument Museum (MIM) will visitors to "Stradivarius: Origins and Legacy of the Greatest Violin Maker" be able to discover the history of the violin as never before. Presented in partnership with the Museo del Violino and the Friends of Stradivari, these timeless masterpieces were handcrafted by Cremonese master luthiers, including Andrea Amati, the founding...
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David Aaron Carpenter plays Suite No. 3 in C by Johann Sebastian Bach on a Stradivari viola that will have a starting price of $45 million at auction this spring at Sotheby's. Subscribe on YouTube: http://bit.ly/U8Ys7n Read the story here: http://nyti.ms/1iAsWYl --------------------------------------------------------------- Want more from The New York Times? Watch more videos at: http://nytimes.com/video Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nytvideo Twitter: https://twitter.com/nytvideo Instagram: http://instagram.com/nytvideo Whether it's reporting on conflicts abroad and political divisions at home, or covering the latest style trends and scientific developments, New York Times video journalists provide a revealing and unforgettable view of the world. It's all the news that's fit to watch. On YouTube. This Is What a $45 Million Viola Sounds Like | The...
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Yehudi Menuhin the American-born British violinist playing a Stradivarius before it is auctioned at Sotheby's 1971
On June 20, 2011, Tarisio auctioned this violin for a record setting $15.9 million to an anonymous bidder - Confronted by the tragic events of the 11 March 2011 earthquake, tsunami, and resulting nuclear crisis, The Nippon Music Foundation has made an extraordinary offer to assist in the recovery efforts of their native Japan. In a gesture of profound generosity they decided to sell what is considered the finest violin of their collection, the 'Lady Blunt' Stradivarius of 1721, and have pledged the entire proceeds of the sale to The Nippon Foundation's Northeastern Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Relief Fund. ...
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This is part of the following story on Violinist.com: Violinist.com's Laurie Niles talks with LA Phil Associate Concertmaster Nathan Cole, who demonstrates four fine violins from Florian Leonhard Fine Violins (based in London and NY) at an event in South Pasadena, Calif. on Nov. 13, 2017. The instruments shown here include: 1695 ex-Salomon Stradivari violin, Cremona (long pattern) 1724 "Abergavenny" ex-Kavakos Antonio Stradivari violin, Cremona 1617 Girolamo Amati violin, Cremona 1862 Jean Baptiste Vuillaume violin, Paris
Physicist William F. "Jack" Fry and violinist Rose Mary Harbison rediscover the legendary sound of the Stradivarius violin.Since the early 1700s, "Golden Age" Italian violins have been revered for their superior tone. Scores of scientists, artisans, and musicians have sought answers to the mystery of their sound, but none has been able to duplicate the magic created by these coveted instruments. Characterizing varnish, wood, and geography as secondary factors, William Fry has revived the 17th century science of levers, focusing on the violin's inner graduations.
The Vieuxtemps is the world's most expensive and, some say, most virtuous violin, and now, after a half-century in private hands, it is looking for a new owner. The instrument, crafted in 1741, is on offer for 18 million dollars. AFPTV went to the Chicago dealers overseeing the Vieuxtemps's sale for an exclusive encounter with a musical rarity.Duration: 01:52
Violin Society of America President-Elect Fan Tao unpacks the truths and myths of the real value of owning a Stradivarius violin. Watch Melissa Francis talk about Lifestyle Budget on Strange Inheritance Unpacked.
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A film by Corinna Engelhardt and Elmar Bartlmae, 2011, 52min Leonardo Film Order/ distribution: www.stradivari.tv Fungi treated wood makes modern violin sound like a Stradivarius! Scientist from Switzerland and Germany unravelled that by the use of a special fungus the structure of wood could be altered in a way that increases its sound velocity and therefore enhances its sound quality. The documentary accompanies the scientists along Francis Schwarze of the EMPA, Materials Science and Technology Institute in St. Gallen, Switzerland and the violin maker Michael Rhonheimer while realising their visions and despite difficulties succeeding in the end by building a totally innovative...
Enchanted wood. That's Andreas Pahler's passion. He's a tonewood supplier, constantly on the lookout for the perfect Alpine spruce to turn into valuable violins and other stringed instruments. Read more: http://www.dw.de/program/made-in-germany/s-3066-9798
I got to play a Stradivarius violin and then a fiddle once owned by Tommy Jarrell, that has a rattlesnake rattle in it. Guess which one I liked better.