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Viola, Pietro Giovanni Mantegazza (ca.1730-1803), Milan, 1767.

Viola, Pietro Giovanni Mantegazza (ca.1730-1803), Milan, 1767. La Capriceuse, Op. 17, by Edward Elgar (1857-1934). Originally for violin, arranged by David Aaron Carpenter. Performed by David Aaron Carpenter, viola, and Gabriela Martinez, piano.Viola on loan from a Private Collector.Production support was provided by The Donna and Marvin Schwartz FoundationA production of the Digital Media Department, The Metropolitan Museum Art Produced and Directed by Christopher NoeyEdited by Sarah CowanCamera by Wayne de la Roche and Jessica GlassLighting by Ned HallickSound Recording and Post-Production Audio by David RaymondProduction Coordinator: Stephanie WuertzProduction Assistants: Corinne Colgan, Robin SchwalbOrganized by the Department of Musical InstrumentsJ. Kenneth Moore, Frederick P. Rose curator-in-chargeJayson Kerr Dobney, Associate Curator and AdministratorSusana Caldeira, Assistant ConservatorJoseph Peknik III, Principal TechnicianPamela Summey, Programs CoordinatorMarian Eines, Associate for Administration
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