Featuring interviews with Italian luthiers Francesco Bissolotti, Gian Carlo Guicciardi, Gio Batta Morassi and Renato Scrollavezza, this 60-minute documentary from 2013 documents the rebirth of the Italian violin making tradition. From Count Cozio di Salabue to Giuseppe Fiorini, from the Bisiachs in Milan to the foundation of the first schools of violin making, the history of bowed instruments during the past two centuries in Italy is narrated through the testimonies of the leading makers of our times, and featuring the instruments of the most important Italian collections, rare photographic and video documents.
A film by Paolo Parmiggiani and Andrea Zanrè, Edizioni Scrollavezza & Zanrè
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