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  1. Amati, Nicolo Amati, Nicola Amatinoun

    Italian violin maker in Cremona; taught the craft to Guarneri and Stradivari (1596-1684)

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  1. nicolo amati

    Nicola Amati, Nicolò Amati or Nicolao Amati (, Italian: [niˈkɔːla aˈmaːti, nikoˈlɔ -, nikoˈlaːo -]; 3 September 1596 – 12 April 1684) was an Italian master luthier from Cremona, Italy. Amati is one of the most well-known luthiers from the Casa Amati (House of Amati). He was the teacher of illustrious Cremonese School luthiers such as Andrea Guarneri and Giovanni Battista Rogeri. While no clear documentation exists for their being apprentices in his shop, Amati may also have apprenticed Antonio Stradivari, Francesco Rugeri, and Jacob Stainer, as their work is heavily influenced by Amati.

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    Nicolo Amati (1596 – 1684) was a renowned Italian luthier and a member of the distinguished Amati family of violin makers who were influential in the development of the modern violin. He is most famous for his exceptional craftsmanship and for his significant role in training masters such as Antonio Stradivari and Andrea Guarneri in the art of violin making.

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  1. Nicolò Amati

    Nicola Amati or Niccolò Amati was an Italian luthier from Cremona.

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    The numerical value of Nicolo Amati in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

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