Colin Adamson - Violin Maker

Antonio Stradivari Cello – The Gore Booth 1710

Around 1707, Stradivari’s developments in his cello form reached a point that nowadays is considered the absolute ideal. His model which was smaller and more compact than previous ones, was crafted on the so-called ‘forma B’ This name originates from a drawing for the position of the f-holes on this cello.

Antonio Stradivari Cello

It has absolute ideal proportions and is a delight to play, another great instrument from the ‘Golden Period’.

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