Orfeo Magazine, 11-15

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Author: Alberto Martinez Publisher: Camino Verde
Category: Historical

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ITEM: 05278
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"It was my vocation as a photographer and my passion for the classical guitar that inspired me to create, three years ago now, our magazine. I wanted it to be a magazine of elegance, one that would pay tribute to guitar-makers, as well as to the history of the instrument and its cultural milieu. The very first issue of Orfeo came out in February 2103 and was only ever intended to appear as an Internet magazine, available for free so as to ensure easy access for aficionados everywhere. The compliments and, in particular, the numerous requests that poured in have led me to envisage a printed version of the magazine, since many readers of Orfeo lament the difficulties involved with reading it on a screen, slow download speeds sometimes hindering access to the pages, and the fact that it cannot be enjoyed anywhere, anytime, unless the reader is in front of a computer or tablet. So now you have the possibility to order a book, encompassing the first five editions of Orfeo Magazine, which will be available, from now on, in two different formats: a free digital version on the Internet; and also in hard copy. Many thanks for all your encouragement." - Alberto Martinez

Contents

N° 11 - England
The guitar in England
Paul Fischer, David Rubio’s successor
Christopher Dean, custodian of tradition
Kevin Aram, an eclectic luthier
Gary Southwell, out of love for the old masters
Michael Gee, a luthier with a sweet tooth
David Rodgers: only the best will do

N° 12 - Belgium
The lutherie center of Puurs
Leonardo Guitar Research Project
Acoustics Laboratory, Le Mans University
Crelicam Project: producing ebony responsibly
Walter Verreydt
Karel Dedain
Mark Peirelinck, guitars and horses

N° 13 - Italy
Gabriele Lodi, in search of balance
Enrico Bottelli, rosette lover
Val di Fiemme, “Il Bosco che suona”
Paolo Coriani, from hurdy-gurdy to guitar
Mimmo Peruffo, Stringmaster

N° 14 - Germany
Markneukirchen, the town of music
Villa Merz
The Musical Instrument Museum of Markneukirchenn
C. F. Martin, from Markneukirchen to America
Richard Jacob “ Weissgerber ”, the unknown master
Armin & Mario Gropp, the successors
Angela Waltner, between Torres and Weissgerber
Joachim Schneider’s workshop

N° 15 - Japan
Classical Guitar in Japan
Masaki Sakurai
Kojiro Nejime
Kaoru Ono
Masahiro Tanabe
Aura Guitar Shop
Daisuke Kuriyama, Marín Nejime, Yuichi Shimizu
Japanese tools


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