L'Abbaye de Noirlac, France
June 29 - July 29, 2007
Abbaye de Noirlac, France
Viola and two violins by Johann Christoph Leidolff, Vienna, 1719, 1747, 1748
Three violas da gamba by William Turner, London, ca. 1650
Copy of a tenor viola da gamba by John Rose, London, ca. 1600
Pardessus viola da gamba by Louis Guersan, Paris, ca. 1740
Viola da gamba in the Habsburg Empire:
Two basses by Michael Albanus, Graz, 1706 and Jakob Steiner, Absam, 1671
Two anonymous treble viols, dating from ca. 1730; the tops of these two trebles
were made from the same tree!
Viola da gamba by Joachim Tielke, Hamburg, 1683
Previously owned by Christian Döbereiner (left) and
Eva Heinitz (right)
Baryton Trio: Baryton, violin, violoncello
Surgical operation table, copy after an original of the 17th Century by Scott Wallace
Surgical utensils, descriptions, engravings.
Musical portrait of the Operation of the Bladder Stone by Marin Marais
We are looking for a volunteer to perform a historical operation of the bladder stone
using original instruments of the period.
Visitors and Special Events
The first official visit
More to come!