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Re: Replacement treble viol neck

I have fixed problems like this for over 50 years. Reset the neck recarving the neckblock to the the proper angles and if need be to inlay wood to recarve.
Jacque Gray
Jun 29
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3572

Re: Replacement treble viol neck

Joey--can you post a photo of the instrument you bought? Who made it? Just curious, Ken Perlow ... I might be able to sell you something. Please email me.
exornata
Jun 29
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3571

Re: Replacement treble viol neck

I might be able to sell you something. Please email me. Francis -- Francis Beaulieu, facteur de violes et d'instruments baroques www.fbeaulieuluthier.com
Francis Beaulieu
Jun 29
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3570

Re: Replacement treble viol neck

I don't know but there are a bunch of bio makers online. For you to ask. Pete Tourin, Charlie Ogle, John Pringle all have websites. Tina Chancey Sent from AOL
tinachancey
Jun 29
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3569

Re: Replacement treble viol neck

Dear Joey, You don't say which country or continent you are on but from your spelling and vocabulary I assume USA. But in case you are in UK I would recommend
David Van Edwards
Jun 29
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3568

Replacement treble viol neck

I purchased an unfinished treble online, partly to study the construction of these instruments in general and partly to try my hand at building such things.
joeygmejia
Jun 28
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3567

COURSES IN ITALY: 2015

ORPHEON COURSES - 2015 – Marvelous historical instruments – Stunning locations in Spain, France & Italy – The finest music Good prerequisites for
Jose Vazquez
Jun 17
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3566

Re: List of string lengths from surviving viols

This list is available on the VdGSA web site, here: http://vdgsa.org/pgs/viols/viols.html Peter Payzant VdGSA co-webmaster
ankhmorepork
Jun 16
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3565

Re: List of string lengths from surviving viols

Dear Esha, Thank you very much! This is exactly what I was looking for. I visited the page, but I didn't find this page. Really great someone else knows the
Geraldo Wehmhoff
Jun 16
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Re: List of string lengths from surviving viols

Hello! I don't know if this is related, but Thomas MacCracken has long been keeping a database of existing instruments. Esha
Esha Neogy
Jun 16
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List of string lengths from surviving viols

Dear members of the group, Sometime ago I was doing some research on surviving viols, and I visited a webpage where there was a list of surviving instruments,
jerry2000_br
Jun 16
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3562

Re: Brandenburg 6

Mirabile dictu--it works! OK, my first attempt somehow wound up paginating between the parts when it got a few pages in, but then it dawned on me that this is
exornata
May 30
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3561

Re: Brandenburg 6

Ken, I too have used Partifi on a few occasions -- a most useful tool. I recommend you follow Ruth Selb's advice and watch the videos first. Hope it goes well
Joan Boorstein
Apr 13
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3560

Re: Brandenburg 6

Re: combining parts in Partifi, it can be done. You'll need to separate into 6 parts first, and then group the two together that you want. In Step 3 (after
Ruth Seib
Apr 12
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Re: Brandenburg 6

... Thanks, Wendy--and all who have made suggestions and offered parts. I've been meaning to give Partifi a go for some time, and this will be a good way to
exornata
Apr 11
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