As soloist or continuo player, a "hip" plucker (historically informed performance) may easily end up with a whole lot of instruments...

 

At the moment I am looking for a vihuela da mano and a gothic harp. However, I admit that I also have a weakness for the different historical mandolins.

 

Feel free to get in touch and make me an offer!

 

 

 

 

  • Syrian Oud, anonymous (~1960)

 

 

  • Anatolian Cura (~2019)

 

 

  • Neapolitan Baroque Mandolin by Gennaro Vinaccia (Napoli, 1780)

 

 

  • Mandolino cremonese by Pilade Mauri (Firenze, ~1860)
    Purchase was made possible through the support of Zefunot Culture (Secrets of Culture)

 

 

  • Calace Concert Mandolin made by Raffaele Calace Jr.
    1st Prize of the International Raffaele Calace Competition 2007
    - *sold!

 

 

  • Theorbo by Matteo Baldinelli, after Wendelin Tieffenbrucker (Veneto, 1611)
    - *sold!

 

 

  • Liuto attiorbato by Renatus Lechner, after Matteo Sellas (Venezia 1630/1639)

 

 

  • Arciliuto by Marcus Wesche, after Vendelio Venere (Venezia, c. 1615)

 

 

  • Baroque Guitar by Dieter Hense after Antonio Stradivari (Cremona, 1680)

 

 

  • 10 course Renaissance Lute by Kai Schupp (1991)
    - *for sale/exchange

 

 

  • 7 course Renaissance Lute by Yaron Naor, after Jakob Hes (Venice, 1586)
    - *for sale/exchange

 

 

  • 6 course Baroque Mandolin by Matteo Baldinelli, after Giuseppe Fontanelli (Bologna 1735)
    - *sold!

 

 

  • 5 course Medieval Lute by Yaron Naor (2011). Purchase was made possible through the support of the America-Israel Cultural Foundation
    - *for sale/exchange

 

 

  • Mandolins by Arik Kerman (original design)

 

 

  • Banjolina, anonymous (~1990)

 

 

 

  • Breedlove Cascade Mandolin (1999)