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Danish Guitars and Their Makers

Kenneth Brogger

ISBN 10: 8798847104 / ISBN 13: 9788798847106
Published by Roset, 2001
New Condition: New Hardcover
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New hard cover with jacket. 212 pages. A lovely book showcasing Danish made guitars from 1777 to the present. Features 37 makers and 98 instruments including early classical gut string guitars, steel string guitars, jazz guitars, modern classical, electric guitars, and the guitar lute (aka the Swedish lute or arche-lut). Each maker is presented chronologically with a biography, one or more guitars with specifications, and detailed color photos of headstocks, rosettes, ornate bridges, inlays and other intricate designs. Makers include Johannes Peter Linck, Heinrich Brinkopff, Brodrene Gade, Jens Nielsen Gade, Soren Nielsen Gade, Emilius Nicolai Scheer, Lundfred Lund, Lars Christian Henric Larsen, Carl Knudsen, Peder Stochholm, Mogens Christensen, Thorvald Lund, Johannes Moller, Just Povlsen, Hans Frederik Jensen, Svend Georg Laiving, Arne Schlunsen, Harald Petersen, Anders Thomsen, Yngve Barslev, Hans Ludvigsen, Johnny Morch, Kenneth Brogger, Frank Borman, Denis Dalsgaard, Cesare Camiolo, Ivan Nio, Ole Kehlet, Niels-Christian Nimskov, Soren Torp Nielsen (Severin), Klaus Toft Jacobsen, Victor Smith (Flatbush), Peter Emil Jakobsen, Claus Romer, Kim Gerling, Henning Hansen (H.M.H.), and Peter Rahbek. With text in Danish and English. Bookseller Inventory # 003626

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Title: Danish Guitars and Their Makers

Publisher: Roset

Publication Date: 2001

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition:New

Dust Jacket Condition: New

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This book covers the history of Danish guitars and their makers, from the earliest known instrument of Johannes Peter Linck in 1777 until today. From the first classical gut strings guitars, through steel string guitars and jazz guitars to modern classical and electric guitars. Some 98 surviving guitars by Danish makers are described, and richly, illustrated with 350 color images of the instruments (with details) and 35 black & white portraits of the makers and historic photographs...

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