17th Century Pochette Drawings

17th Century Pochette Drawings - 2 tabloid sheets

17th Century Pochette Drawings

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Another donsplans exclusive. Very small violins were known by a variety of names - including kit (England), sordine (Italy), and pochette (France). They came in a variety of shapes, and were popular in the 17th and 18th century - particularly with dance instructors who kept them in large pockets and brought them out to provide music for lessons. The shape of this particularly elegant pochette is loosely taken from an actual 17th century pochette, but the body has been sized slightly up and the neck and fingerboards have been kept the same size as an ordinary violin to facilitate playing and purchasing parts. Again on two plates - the first one is shown. This plan requires a custom fabricated tailpiece.

  • Open String Length (in inches): 12.75
  • Instrument Length: 22.19
  • Instrument Width: 4.72
  • Instrument Height: 3.6
  • Top: Carved Top
  • Sides: Bent Sides
  • Neck: Attached to Body
  • Scale: Not Applicable
  • Donsplan Exclusive: YES!
  • Difficulty Level: 6
  • Number of Plates: 2

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17th Century Pochette Drawings

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17th Century Pochette Drawings - 2 tabloid sheets

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