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New Biographical Details on the Luthier Antonio Bino

Jadran Jeić
Vilena Vrbanić ; Knjižnica Muzičke akademije Sveučilišta u Zagrebu

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Among the holdings of the Collection of Miscellanea in the Cultural History Museum, Dubrovnik Museums, is a guitar made in Dubrovnik in 1828 by Antonio Bino. Archival research has revealed some new biographical data on this builder. Born in Trieste in 1799, Bino married Petrunjela Đurović in Dubrovnik in 1838, with whom he had two children. In the period 1838-1839 he lived in the area of Makarska and Igrane. He died in Dubrovnik in 1861, and was buried at the cemetery of St Michael in Lapad.
According to the here established biographical timeline, Antonio Bino was a contemporary of FranjoFink (1790–1872) and Ivan Weiser (1809–1884), known as luthiers in Zagreb. The extant guitar at the Dubrovnik Museum remains a unique musical instrument made by Bino known to date. It is a rare example of an early-Romantic guitar in the holdings of the Croatian museums and, at the same time, one of the rare preserved musical instruments originated in Croatia in the first half of the nineteenth century in general.

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Dubrovnik Museums; Cultural History Museum; guitar; Antonio Bino; biography; archival sources

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