Violin Model Stradivari 4/4 – De Luthier
HISTORY OF THE INSTRUMENT
The violin is a rubbed string instrument derived from the lad and rabel, standardized in its measurements and form by the Italian school of builders, such as Amati, Guarneri and Stradivari. For the twentieth century this tradition is maintained, dispersed in the different schools of the city of Cremona.
In 1949 the master Alfredo Del Lungo, one of the most recognized luthiers of his time, arrived in Tucumán province to take over as luthier of the Symphony Orchestra of the National University of Tucumán (Argentina). A year later he created the Tucumán Lutheran School. During his direction, it achieved great prestige, being the only official institution that teaches this art in Latin America. To this day this tradition is maintained, with a high level production and international recognition of its graduates.