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English: Jean-Nicolas Grobert (1794-1869)- Early Romantic Guitar, Paris around 1830

Early romantic guitar (Paris around 1830) by Jean-Nicolas Grobert (1794-1869). Instrument top shows signatures of Paganini and Berlioz . The guitar was loaned to Paganini by Jean-Baptiste Vuillaume in 1838 and later given by Vuillaume to Berlioz[1], who later donated it to the Musée du Conservatoire de musique in 1866[2][3]. Today the guitar is displayed at the Museum Cité de la Musique in Paris (Inventory Number E.375).
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  1. Grobert guitar from Le Musée du Conservatoire national de musique by Gustave Chouquet
  2. Grobert guitar - brief details
  3. Grobert guitar from The guitar and mandolin : biographies of celebrated players and composers for these instruments by Philip James Bone


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