magnifica comunit fiemme

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PEFC CERTIFICATION   We’re proud to inform that on 7th august 2019 we obtained the PEFC Certification on the Fiemme Spruce (n. of certificate: 56738). This certification adds value to our resonant wood and our work, introducing us in the chain of certificated wood and fo...


CROWDFUNDING   The crowdfunding campaign “Save the Stradivari’s Tonewood” has had an unexpected success with over 900 subscriptions. This allowed us to collect more than 2.800 resonant trees uprooted by the Vaia storm, ensuring the production of musical instruments for the...


A PRECIOUS MATERIAL   We stocked our store with split violin and viola tops of Fiemme spruce and bear claws spruce, naturally seasoned 2007 and 2010. It is an excellent raw material, checked, and graded according to the quality. We offer also split bass bars of the same...

Andrea Bocelli

We are very proud to notify that Maestro Andrea Bocelli has recently installed in his country house in Tuscany a Opere Sonore system by Ciresa. Who better than the Maestro has a refined and critical ear for music! His satisfaction and appreciation for these natural acousti...

History of Magnifica Comunità di Fiemme

It is clear beyond doubt that the Fiemme Valley has been inhabited since the earliest times, a fact confirmed by several illustrious researchers such as Prof. Piero Leonardi of the University of Ferrara. Recent studies in the archives of the Magnifica Comunità carried out by Professor Italo Giordani also revealed that the valley has played an historically very important role in its region.

In 1111 B.C. Bishop Gebardo and the people of the Valley signed a document, known today by the name "Patti Ghebardini", in which the independence, as well as the rights of the inhabitants were officially recognized. This is considered the official beginning of the Magnifica Comunità di Fiemme. All these rights and agreements were again confirmed in the "Privilegio Enriciano" document, signed by Bishop Enrico III of Metz in 1314, and by several subsequent episcopal documents. The first palace was built in the 14th century in Cavalese, and later expanded and transformed into a luxurious summer residence by Bishop Bernardo Clesio.

The history of the Magnifica Comunità di Fiemme continues, marked by troublesome events, wars and disputes, up until the Napoleonic period, when the French soldiers reached the Valley and arrived in Predazzo, and came to an end when the Bavarian Government abolished the ancient administrative system and replaced the "regole" (villages) with municipalities. In 1807, after the fall of Napoleon at Waterloo and the Congress of Vienna, the valley became part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire until 1918, when at the end of the first world it was handed over to Italy, together with the rest of Trentino.

Magnifica Comunità di Fiemme

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