Definition of Nicola amati
1. Noun. Italian violin maker in Cremona; taught the craft to Guarneri and Stradivari (1596-1684).
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Literary usage of Nicola amati
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1. The History of Music: A Handbook and Guide for Students by Waldo Selden Pratt (1907)
"1720), probably a pupil of nicola amati, includes Giovanni Battista ... 1740) of Amsterdam, whose work follows that of nicola amati; and Nicholas Lupot (d. ..."
2. The New International Encyclopaedia edited by Daniel Coit Gilman, Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Moore Colby (1906)
"He was born in Cremona, and was probably apprenticed at a very early age to Nicola Amati, who at that time was regarded as the greatest of all the Cremonese ..."
3. Catalog of Rare Old Violins, Violas, Violoncellos, Bows of Rare Makes by Lyon & Healy (1922)
"... is a representative specimen of the finest Cremonese work of that period when nicola amati was making those wonderful violins which have ever since been ..."
4. Catalog of Rare Old Violins, Violas and Violoncellos: Also Bows of Rare Makesby Lyon & Healy by Lyon & Healy (1917)
"The sound holes, edges and corners are more delicate in character, reminding one of the grace and beauty of nicola amati in his grand pattern violins. ..."
5. De Fidiculis Bibliographia: Being an Attempt Towards a Bibliography of the by Edward Heron-Allen (1890)
"... and goes on to notice Andrea Amati, who founded that school, and his pupils, as well as those of nicola amati. Then the author reaches " the greatest ..."
6. The history of the violin, and other instruments played on with the bow from by William Sandys, Simon Andrew Forster (1864)
"... di nicola amati fecit Cremonae anno 1723." He had a son called Nicolas living at Cremona in 1739, whose instruments are sometimes sold for his father's, ..."