The Strad


The Strad

The Strad — ежемесячный журнал, посвящённый струнным смычковым инструментам и академической музыке, исполняемой на этих инструментах. Основан в 1890 г., выходит в Лондоне. Названием журнала стало сокращённое наименование струнного инструмента, созданного Антонио Страдивари.

На страницах журнала освещается репертуар для струнных, биография и творчество выдающихся исполнителей, работа мастеров, изготавливающих музыкальные инструменты, исполнительские конкурсы, новости звукозаписи и т. п.


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  • The Strad (magazine) — The Strad is a monthly classical music magazine about string instruments, including cellists, violinists, and violists.The magazine offers practical advice on technique, profiles of leading performers, master classes by some of the great teachers …   Wikipedia

  • The Fiddle Concerto — Infobox Album | Name = The Fiddle Concerto Type = Album Artist = Mark O Connor Released = start date|1995 Recorded = 1994 Genre = Classical Length = 75:01 Label = Warner Brothers Producer = Mark O Connor Reviews = * The Strad (measured favorable) …   Wikipedia

  • strad´dling|ly — strad|dle «STRAD uhl», verb, dled, dling, noun. –v.i. 1. to walk, stand, or sit with the legs wide apart: »to straddle over a fence watching cars go by. 2. (of the legs) to stand wide apart. 3. Informal, Figurative. to avoid taking sides; attempt …   Useful english dictionary

  • strad´dler — strad|dle «STRAD uhl», verb, dled, dling, noun. –v.i. 1. to walk, stand, or sit with the legs wide apart: »to straddle over a fence watching cars go by. 2. (of the legs) to stand wide apart. 3. Informal, Figurative. to avoid taking sides; attempt …   Useful english dictionary

  • strad|dle — «STRAD uhl», verb, dled, dling, noun. –v.i. 1. to walk, stand, or sit with the legs wide apart: »to straddle over a fence watching cars go by. 2. (of the legs) to stand wide apart. 3. Informal, Figurative. to avoid taking sides; attempt to favor… …   Useful english dictionary

  • strad|dle-legged — «STRAD uhl LEHGD», adjective, adverb. –adj. having the legs set wide apart: »The monstrous straddle legged figure of that legitimate monarch, Henry VIII (William Hazlitt). –adv. with the legs astride: »The wives…who sit straddle legged on the… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Strad|i|var|i|us — «STRAD uh VAIR ee uhs», noun. a violin, viola, or cello made by the Italian violin maker Antonio Stradivari (1644? 1737). ╂[< Latinized form of Stradivari] …   Useful english dictionary

  • Strad — may refer to: * Stradivarius, a stringed instrument * Steradian, the measurement of solid angles …   Wikipedia

  • The Stradivari Family —     The Stradivari Family     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Stradivari Family     The name Stradivari goes back to the Middle Ages; we find it spelt in various ways, Stradivare, Stradiverto, Stradivertus. Fetis professes to find it in the… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • fence-strad|dling — «FEHNS STRAD lihng», noun, adjective. U.S. Informal. –n. the attempt to get along with both sides in a controversy: »The motives behind neutrality are noble or realistic according as one views neutralism as a moral force…or as a policy of fence… …   Useful english dictionary


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