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Question 1: From Venice the luthiers Matteo Goffriller, Domenico Montagnana, Sanctus Seraphin and Carlo Annibale Tononi were principals in the Venetian school of violin making (although the latter began his career in ________).
FlorenceGenoaBolognaRome

Question 2: However both Fender and Paul were preceded by Adolph Rickenbacher's ________ "frying pan" solid body electric guitar developed with and patented by George Beauchamp.
SpainUnited KingdomBelgiumBakelite

Question 3: He was the progenitor of the famous Amati family of luthiers active in ________, Italy until the 18th century.
CasalmaggioreCremonaCrema, ItalyCalvatone

Question 4: [1] Since bowed instruments require a bow, the second category includes a subtype known as an ________, a French word meaning one who makes bows.
Jean-Baptiste VuillaumeDominique PeccatteFrançois TourteArchetier

Question 5: Lutherie from Encyclopédie, ou dictionnaire raisonné des sciences, des arts et des métiers by ________, Jean le Rond d'Alembert (see also Lutherie)
Charles de Secondat, baron de MontesquieuDavid HumeBaron d'HolbachDenis Diderot

Question 6: The early 19th century luthiers of the Mirecourt school of violin making in ________ were the Vuillaume family, Charles Jean Baptiste Collin-Mezin, and Collin-Mezin's son, Charles Collin-Mezin, Jr..
United KingdomFranceItalyCanada

Question 7: Lutherie from Encyclopédie, ou dictionnaire raisonné des sciences, des arts et des métiers by ________, Jean le Rond d'Alembert (see also Lutherie)
Charles de Secondat, baron de MontesquieuBaron d'HolbachDavid HumeDenis Diderot

Question 8: David Tecchler who was born in Austria later worked in both Venice and ________.
RomeFlorenceItalyParis

Question 9: From Austria originally, Leopold Widhalm later established himself in Nürnberg, ________.
NetherlandsPolandGermanyGreece

Question 10: Important luthiers from the early 18th century include Nicolò Gagliano of ________, Italy, Carlo Ferdinando Landolfi of Milan and Giovanni Battista Guadagnini who roamed throughout Italy during his lifetime.
FlorenceRomeNaplesCampania
















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