That Stradivarius

Oh! That Stradivarius (Linda Rosenthal, Violin)  

Posted by ducnv at May 16, 2008
Oh! That Stradivarius (Linda Rosenthal, Violin)

Oh! That Stradivarius - Linda Rosenthal - Vionlin
FIM | Nero Image | 100Mb x 3 RS parts | Artwork

Linda Rosenthal, head student of Maestro Heifetz, plays a $3-million Stradivarius. together with Bill Cunliffe Trio in this Direct Live 2-Channel DSD Recording! The most delicate, silky sound of the Stradivarius violin, Linda’s captivating mastery of the instrument, the most articulate cymbals, brushes, double bass with the richness of the Steinway piano all have made this your dreamt album.
Albert De Rippe (1500-1551 ca.) - O Passi Sparsi - Gabriele Palomba (2016) {Stradivarius Official Digital Download}

Albert De Rippe (1500-1551 ca.) - O Passi Sparsi - Gabriele Palomba (2016) {Stradivarius Official Digital Download}
FLAC (tracks) - 44kHz/16 bit - Official Digital Download (qobuz.com) -> 225 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 130 Mb | Artwork | 5% repair rar
© 2016 Stradivarius | STR 33928
Classical / Early Music / Renaissance / 16th Century / Lute

Albert de Rippe (Alberto da Ripa) (c. 1500–1551) was an Italian lutenist and composer. He was known variously as: Alberto da Mantova, Alberto Mantovano, Alberto da Ripa, Albert de Rebe, Albert de Mantoue, Albert Ripae and Albert de Rippe. He was born in Ripa di Suzzara in the province of Mantua but the date remains unclear. Some scholars place it around the period of 1470-1480, others, and perhaps more likely, suggest 1500. He worked in Mantua before 1528, when he left for France. There, he joined the court of Francis I. De Rippe was evidently held in great esteem at the court, as his annual salary was double that of any other lutenist, and he also frequently received gifts of land, money, wine, etc., and various other benefits. He only published three works during his lifetime, but six volumes of his music were published posthumously by his pupil, Guillaume de Morlaye. That edition was titled, and is now sometimes referred to as, tab(u)lature de leut.

A Village Stradivarius (Dodo Press) [Repost]  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Nice_smile) at Sept. 15, 2015
A Village Stradivarius (Dodo Press) [Repost]

A Village Stradivarius (Dodo Press) by Kate Douglas Wiggin
English | Oct. 6, 2007 | ISBN: 1406577804 | 48 Pages | PDF | 1 MB

Kate Douglas Wiggin, nee Smith (1856-1923) was an American children's author and educator.

BBC - Secret Knowledge: Stradivarius and Me (2013)  Video

Posted by notbanned at March 31, 2015
BBC - Secret Knowledge: Stradivarius and Me (2013)

BBC - Secret Knowledge: Stradivarius and Me (2013)
HDTV | 1440x810 | .MKV/AVC @ 2280 Kbps | 29mn 10s | Audio: English AAC 128 kbps, 2 channels | Subs: English | 512 MiB
Genre: Documentary

The name of 17th-century violin maker Antonio Stradivari - or Stradivarius as he is usually known - is one that sends shivers down the spine of music lovers the world over. During his lifetime Stradivari made over 1,000 instruments, about 650 of which still survive. Their sound is legendary and for any violinist the opportunity to play one is a great privilege. Clemency Burton-Hill indulges in her lifelong passion for the instrument as she explores the mysterious life and lasting influence of Stradivari - through four special violins on display at this summer's Stradivarius exhibition at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford. She is joined by 2002 Young Musician of the Year winner Jennifer Pike to put some of the violins in the exhibition through their paces.

Sheila Marquez - Stradivarius Spring 2014  Graphics

Posted by guasman at Aug. 23, 2014
Sheila Marquez - Stradivarius Spring 2014

Sheila Marquez - Stradivarius Spring 2014
12 JPG | up to 5300x3500 | 27,7 mb
Spanish model

BBC Secret Knowledge - Stradivarius and Me  Video

Posted by vman at Aug. 11, 2013
BBC Secret Knowledge - Stradivarius and Me

BBC Secret Knowledge - Stradivarius and Me
PDTV | MP4 | 832 x 468 | x264 CABAC Main@L4.0 1220 Kbps | 0:30 mn | Audio: AAC LC 128 kbps, 2 channels | 280 MB
Genre: Documentary

The name of 17th-century violin maker Antonio Stradivari - or Stradivarius as he is usually known - is one that sends shivers down the spine of music lovers the world over. During his lifetime Stradivari made over 1,000 instruments, about 650 of which still survive. Their sound is legendary and for any violinist the opportunity to play one is a great privilege. Clemency Burton-Hill indulges in her lifelong passion for the instrument as she explores the mysterious life and lasting influence of Stradivari - through four special violins on display at this summer's Stradivarius exhibition at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford. She is joined by 2002 Young Musician of the Year winner Jennifer Pike to put some of the violins in the exhibition through their paces

Siri Tollerod - Stradivarius Summer 2012  Graphics

Posted by guasman at Nov. 6, 2012
Siri Tollerod - Stradivarius Summer 2012

Siri Tollerod - Stradivarius Summer 2012
10 JPG | 2000x1500 | 6,27 mb
Norwegian model

Mia Frilander - Stradivarius July 2011 LookBook  Graphics

Posted by guasman at Oct. 26, 2012
Mia Frilander - Stradivarius July 2011 LookBook

Mia Frilander - Stradivarius July 2011 LookBook
10 JPG | up to 1300x1670 | 5,27 mb
Finnish model
Leticia Zuloaga - Stradivarius S/S 2011 'There’s Always The Sun' Catalogue

Leticia Zuloaga - Stradivarius Spring/Summer 2011
18 jpg | 1300*1670 | 10.43 Mb
Spanish fashion model

Edvin Marton & Monte Carlo Orchestra - Stradivarius  

Posted by Prdlous at Aug. 18, 2009
Edvin Marton & Monte Carlo Orchestra - Stradivarius

Edvin Marton & Monte Carlo Orchestra - Stradivarius
Classical | 2006 | EAC | FLAC | Tracks, No CUE! | 440.20 MB

Alternating between pop and classics the newest Album includes Tosca Fantasy and Romeo and Juliet which was played by Edvin at the Torino 2006 Olympic Games. His performance with figure skating Gold Medal Winners Evgeni Plushenko, Tatiana Totmianina and Maxim Marinin fascinated more than 500 million viewers in front of the television screens. Thanks to this performance Edvin Marton could be the first Hungarian to recieve the Emmy Award for the best composition of the year in May 2006 in New York. The album was named after Antonio Stradivarius treasure violin that Edvin plays. The value of the violin is appr. 4 million dollars.