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Lauter Tenor Viol

Lauter Tenor Viol

Lauter Tenor Viol

Lauter Tenor Viol

Lauter Tenor Viol

Lauter Tenor Viol

Lauter Tenor Viol

Hoffmann Tenor Viol

Hoffmann Tenor Viol

Hoffmann Tenor Viol

Hoffmann Tenor Viol

Tenor Viol

after

John Rose

-IN GENERAL-

stringlength: 580mm.

A large tenor viol (also good to use as a lyra viol), that brings the midrange partiture back into the consort. It can stand up against the other members, is equal to the bass and treble viol.

-THE PRICES ARE FROM:-

€ 7.000,00 (incl. 21% VAT, for EU citizens)

€ 5.785,00 (excl. 21% VAT, for non EU citizens)

See also -Terms and Conditions-

-THE ORIGINAL-

the original instrument is part of the Hill collection of the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford. Dated 1598, and originally used as a lyra viol. Highly decorated with a man's head with golden hair.

-ABOUT JOHN ROSE-

In a cronical of 1631, there two instrument-makers with this name are mentioned, father and son. Uncertain however is wether the older one died in 1563. He lived in Bridewell near London and was of Italien origin. He was a violmaker and a merchant of lutes since 1552.

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