Hampel & Riebesehl violinmakers - fine new violins, violas and cellos from Hamburg/Germany
 
Instruments
 
Andreas Hampel and Susanne Riebesehl -
Violinmakers in Hamburg / Germany.
Makers of Fine Violins, Violas and Cellos
 
Since 1992 the two Hamburg-based Geigenbaumeister specialized in making fine copies of violins, violas and violoncellos:
The instruments are estimated not only for their classical appearance but also for their outstanding tonal properties. More and more young musicans play on a new violin, viola or cello made in the workshop of Andreas Hampel and Susanne Riebesehl.

The following copies of fine masterpieces have been made in the last twelve years:


Violins:
Hendrik Jacobs (Amsterdam 1699), Carlo Bergonzi (Cremona 1731), Petrus Guarnerius (Venice 17..), Matteo Goffriller (Venice 17..) Giuseppe Guarneri Del Gesu: early model, Cremona c.1726), and a later model of the year 1741, Antonio Stradivari (Cremona 1714), G.B. Guadagnini (Milan 1758).

Violas:
Matteo Goffriller (body length 41.2cm), Andrea Guarneri (body 40.8cm), School-of Testore viola, Milan c.1780 (body 40.8 cm), Ferdinand Gagliano (body 41.1cm), Milanese Viola, around 1730 (body 42.7cm)

Cellos:
Giovanni Grancino (Milan c.1695) - copy by Susanne Riebesehl
Alessandro Gagliano (Naples)

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