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Wednesday, 18 December 2013

How CT scanning reveals the hidden past of Amati's 'King' cello 

Researchers at the National Music Museum in South Dakota, US, are using hospital CT scanning equipment to gather information on the construction of what is thought to be the oldest surviving cello, ‘The King’, made by the 16th-century Cremonese luthier Andrea Amati. Read the full story in latest news.

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