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Museum of Musical Instruments of Milan verified

Milan, Lombardy, Italy closed Visit museumarrow_right_alt

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Harpsichord
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Giorgio Iungman - Chitarrone
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Equipment set-up of 1968
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Giovanni Maria Anciuti - Oboe with spare body
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Ioannes Ruckers - Double Virginal
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Giovanni Grancino - Viola
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Mango Longo - Guitar
Harpsichord
Giorgio Iungman - Chitarrone
Equipment set-up of 1968
Giovanni Maria Anciuti - Oboe with spare body
Ioannes Ruckers - Double Virginal
Giovanni Grancino - Viola
Mango Longo - Guitar

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Description

Made by the German luthier Giorgio Iungman, active in Genoa in the first half of the seventeenth century, the chitarrone has partly lost its original appearance due to the changes made in the following centuries: the neck has been considerably shortened and narrowed, the peg and the bridge have been replaced. Instead, the magnificent shell made up of twenty-three thin staves and the soundboard with three skilfully perforated rosettes are original.

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