Leonidas Nadegini Violin C. 1920

    Leonidas Nadegini Violin C. 1920


    Check out this Leonidas Nadegini violin made about 1920. Jean-Baptiste Leonidas Nadegini was a Ukrainian luthier who was awarded as gold medalist for sonority in Saint Petersbourg competition in 1907.

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    Leonidas Nadegini violin made about 1920 

    Jean-Baptiste Leonidas Nadegini was born in Browarki Ukraine in 1881. His father is an Italian violin maker Alexandro Salvatore Nadegini who moved to Russia and later become his first mentor. After working in the workshop of Frantz Spidlen in Moscow, he moved to Paris. There he started his own workshop at 32 rue Legendre. He moved to several locations such as 104 rue des Dames in 1912, 205 ter, rue de Vanves in 1918, and 140 rue Saint Charles in 1930 as his final address. In 1939 Jean-Baptiste Leonidas Nadegini died in Paris.  Jean-Baptiste Leonidas Nadegini was awarded as gold medallist for sonority in Saint Petersbourg competition 1907.

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