Carlo Ferdinando Faverzani

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FAVERZANI (FAVERSANI), Carlo Ferdinando Born 1880 Cremona, died 1972 Treviso Italy. Violinist of the Milan Conservatoire; later a pupil of R. Antoniazzi in Milan. Subsequently appointed director of the music school in Treviso 1923, where he remained active as a violin maker. Medals awarded at Venice and Rome. Entered two violins in the 1937 Cremona exposition. Later assisted by son Cervino Faverzani, below. Manuscript labels: Faverzani Carletto / Fatto in Treviso 19.. Faverzani Ferdinando Carlo / Fece in Treviso / Anno 19..

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