Definition of Amati in English:

Amati

Syllabification: A·ma·ti
Pronunciation: /äˈmätē
 
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The name of a family of Italian violin-makers from Cremona. In the 16th and 17th centuries, three generations, including Andrea ( circa 1520–80), his sons Antonio ( 1550–1638) and Girolamo ( 1551–1635), and the latter’s son Nicolò ( 1596–1684), developed the basic proportions of the violin, viola, and cello.

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