C a wunderlich violin dating
It had been labeled "arpi-guitarre" - but after questioning by myself and Benoit Meulle-Stef (late 2011), they realized it was, in fact, a bissex (the extension is broken off).
Note how the bridge, offset neck, body shape and distinctive 7-ribbed semi-flattened bowl are clearly patterned off the Naderman (with the Thiphanon version a seeming cross between these two).
The objects range from rare seventeenth century lutes to japanese kotos. Viola (baroque setup) by Larry Bowers, American, 1980.
Here you'll find a piano made by Streicher & Sons of Vienna in 1869; the piano Brahms would have played.
Wunderlich’s first formal post, when he was 18, was at the city’s St Petri Church.