Location: Milan, Italy
Dates: B. 1909, d. 2000
Author: John Dilworth
MONZINO, Antonio Carlo Born 1909, d.2000 Milan Italy. Last of the Monzino family. Trained at Markneukirchen, Germany and subsequently in Mirecourt, France. Taught in Italy from 1929 by employees of the company, A. Sironi, A. Perego, P. Parravicini, and L. Galimberti. Imported Sartory bows in partnership with his uncle C. Garlandini, who joined the business in 1926, becoming ‘Monzino e Garlandini’.
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In teaching, performances and masterclasses, the great violinist championed the unjustly neglected music of Mieczyslaw Weinberg at the revered German string academy Crack! The second violin’s chin rest breaks at the most exciting point of Weinberg’s challenging Sonata for two violins. The young player smiles shyly, and before carrying on with his ‘rest-less’ and certainly less...
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