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A violin by Camillo Camilli

Mantua, 1745

Considered to be one of the outstanding Mantuan violin makers of the 18th century, Camillo Camilli’s output is known for its tonal qualities and consistent quality of workmanship. It is speculated that his teacher was Antonio Zanotti and although little is known about his training, the influence o... read more

A violin by Camillo Camilli

Mantua, 1745

Considered to be one of the outstanding Mantuan violin makers of the 18th century, Camillo Camilli’s output is known for its tonal qualities and consistent quality of workmanship. It is speculated that his teacher was Antonio Zanotti and although little is known about his training, the influence of Pietro Guarneri and the classical Cremonese school are evident in many details and characteristics of his instruments. This violin is a true player’s instrument – it has a bright range of overtones with a focused core and a quick response.
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