A Violin by Pietro Pallotta

Violin by Pietro Pallotta, Perugia, c.1800

This violin was crafted by an Italian Mastermaker at the end of the 18th century in his own personal style, model, and approach. It shows off Pallotta's elegance and inventiveness, deeply immersed in the 1700s Italian tradition, yet very particular and authentic in his decisions, from the choice of local wood sources for the back, sides, neck, and head to the constructive approach that made the acoustics of his instruments so famous amongst musicians. More

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77,000 EUR

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      Full description

      This violin by Pietro Pallotta exemplifies his craftsmanship with its meticulously crafted small soundholes and symmetrically shaped scroll. The flatter arching and distinct beechwood purfling set it apart, while the choice of mottled maple for the back adds a unique beauty. Pallotta was a distinct maker from the late 18th and early 19th centuries from the region of Umbria, Italy. Not much is known about his life and work, but his neat craftsmanship reveals his skills as a violin maker.  

      Pietro Pallotta

      Pallotta was a distinct maker from the late 18th and early 19th centuries from the region of Umbria, Italy. Not much is know about his life and work but his neat craftsmanship reveals his skills as a violin maker.Learn more

      dimensions

      Back Length
      355 mm
      Upper Bout
      164 mm
      Center Bout
      108 mm
      Lower Bout
      202 mm
      String Length
      326 mm

      sound characteristics

      With a very distinctive tone, this violin provides a unique voice full of overtones, of a overall bright quality. The projection changes through the different registers, going from wide, strong, round basses to a straight, focused upper register.

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      Cello Bow by Marc Laberte, Mirecourt, 1945

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      This remarkable fine bow, crafted by the respected French Maison of Marc Laberte, distinguishes itself for its incredible playability qualities and balance. An ultimate example of the standard of quality achieved by that workshop, which was among the most influential and important of Mirecourt.

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