Stradivari

[strad-uh-vair-ee; Italian strah-dee-vah-ree]
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noun

An·to·nio [an-toh-nee-oh; Italian ahn-taw-nyaw] /ænˈtoʊ ni oʊ; Italian ɑnˈtɔ nyɔ/, 1644?–1737, Italian violinmaker of Cremona (pupil of Nicolò Amati).

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Historical Examples of stradivari

  • They will be astonished to hear that "Stradivari" forms the Christian name of some Englishmen.

    The Violin

    George Hart

  • Stradivari worked on the ground floor, and used the upper storey for varnishing.

    The Violin

    George Hart

  • Stradivari must have been in the workshop of his master between the years 1658 and 1666.

    The Violin

    George Hart

  • The form partakes of that of Stradivari; wood usually of excellent quality.

    The Violin

    George Hart

  • There are three essential points of difference between Guarneri and Stradivari.

    The Violin

    George Hart



British Dictionary definitions for stradivari

Stradivari

noun

Antonio (anˈtɔːnjo). ?1644–1737, Italian violin, viola, and cello maker
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