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    From the archive: a 1717 Brescian cello by Pietro Giacomo Rogeri


    Marked forever by Paganini and nearly lost in the snow by Piatti, this 1717 cello by Pietro Giacomo Rogeri has had a colourful history. Article by John Dilworth from the July 2009 issue

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    Alexander Hersh plays Giovanni Sollima's Lamentatio for solo cello


    In this video, New England Conservatory educated Alexander Hersh plays Giovanni Sollima’s 1998 work Lamentatio. Hersh won the cello category of the 2017 New York International Artists Competition and will be performing Lamentatio at the competition winners’ showcase on 24 September at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall. ...

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    From the Archive: a violin by Giovanni Battista Rogeri, Brescia


    This illustration of a violin by G.B. Rogeri was published in The Strad, May 1931. The following text is extracted from the article accompanying the photographs: G.B Rogeri was born in Bologna about 1650, and records show that he came to Cremona to learn fiddle-making from Niccolo Amati. The influence ...