By Emily A. GellerApril 20, 2018, 10:15:01When we’re talking about the history of the violin, it can be hard to remember who owned it.
But that’s exactly what a team of researchers from Columbia University and the University of Michigan found.
They looked back over a century of violin production and found that the original violin maker, the French inventor Michelangelo da Vinci, bought it from a private collector for 1,000 ducats.
It was the first violin sold to a private individual in history, but the seller, who died in 1764, was a poor violin maker.
The seller was also a major donor to the violin maker and donated his violin to the museum in Rome.
The museum in that city also owned the instrument.
It’s a rare and well-known fact that the violin was played by the greatest violin virtuoso of all time.
But who owned the violin in the first place?
The team used historical records to trace the violin’s origins and find out who bought it first.
They found that it was owned by the Spanish nobleman Manuel de Balaguer, who bought the instrument from a Parisian violin dealer named Georges Pomponiot, who lived in the 18th century.
He was the founder of the Balagueri violin club and is buried in the Balaghi church in Paris.
In addition to Balaguerr’s name, the researchers found that Pompaniot also owned an additional instrument from Balagueria in France, which is named the “Balagueria” in honor of his son.
The Balagueries name was later changed to the “Château Balaguero” after his death.
The researchers traced the violin back to the 17th century and traced it to the Balrogier family’s estate in Paris, which was founded by a wealthy family in the early 1720s.
They identified the instrument by looking at the signature of the owner of the estate, a servant named Louis Balaguier.
The instrument is a rare piece, dating back to at least the 1740s, according to the researchers.
The violin was a big seller in the 19th century, and many people purchased it for a large sum.
It is also the only known example of the “double-breasted bass.”
The bass is a single instrument with a long string and a smaller string on the top, and it was used by prominent violinists such as Johann Sebastian Bach and Gustav Mahler.
The “double breasted” was first used by violinists from the 19-20th century but it was replaced by the more modern “double bass” by the late 1960s.
The instrument has remained in high demand and collectors often auction it for millions of dollars.
In 1887, the violin company of Balaguera had a big contract with the famous violin maker of the same name, who is also buried in a church in Rome, according the researchers who published their findings in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
In 1891, the Balueri violin company acquired Balaguario’s other instruments, including the viola, violin and clarinet, according a report by the New York Times.
The company eventually sold them to the National Library of the Smithsonian Institution in 1999.
In 2004, the museum said that the instruments were “in storage” and that it had not received a bid for them.
It added that it would continue to honor its deal with Balaguér and his family.
But the researchers said they were disappointed to see that the museum had not offered a bid to acquire the instruments.
They also said the museum could have purchased the instruments for less money than it had paid for them, but decided to keep the instruments and not to auction them.