Publish Date: 2017
No. Pages: 348
240 x 300 x 20,5 mm
DESCRIPTION & CONTENTS
DESCRIPTION & CONTENTS
Considered one of the best Classical Guitar Making Publications Orfeo Magazines are devoted to Classical guitar, Classical Guitar makers and the culture surrounded this fascinating world.
Very interesting articles and interviews to the most famous and admirable worldwide guitar makers. The author Alberto Martinez travels to different countries. And in these magazines books we have the chance to see and know about the work of prominent local guitar maker as well as the most important historical guitar makers and classical guitars ever made.
Outstanding photos are included made by the own Alberto Martinez who himself is a very successful professional photographer. We are lucky to be able to enjoy these high-quality books made by a person who joins his profession as a photographer with another passion we share, classical guitar making.
The Orfeo Books compile 5 Orfeo magazines together. In this case numbers 6 to 10.
For all classical guitar enthusiasts, this book is a must-have.
It is also a perfect gift for your guitar-lover friend or partner.
Andrea Tacchi, a scientiﬁc approach
Lorenzo Frignani, rediscovering the pleasure of music
Luigi Locatto, in pursuit of perfection
Luca Waldner, the luthier with young musicians in mind
Cremona, heartland of the violin
Nicolò Alessi, precision and top quality
Dominique Field, leader in French lutherie
The Bohemian Slopes of Montmartre
Olivier Fanton d’Andon, a unique luthier
Jean-Noël Rohé, a rising star
Thomas Norwood, an American in Paris
Granada and the Guitar
Antonio Marín, patriarch of Granada
Manuel Bellido, the quest for balance
Ornamentation of the Alhambra
Paco Santiago Marín, birth of the “50 Aniversario”
Rafael Moreno, the man who talks to wood
Federico García Lorca
Antonio de Torres Jurado
Almería, the city of Torres
Five famous Torres Guitars
José Luis Romanillos, leading authority
Models, materials and construction
Grondona, Lieske and Trepat: Three Torres guitar players
Pepe Romero Jr., guitar in his veins
Pepe Romero Sr.’s guitar collection
Richard Reynoso, a luthier to watch
Harris Guitar Foundation: A living guitar collection
Gregory Byers, a tireless researcher
Jeffrey Elliott, a sonata for four hands
Eric Sahlin, a self-taught luthier