Category Archives: Angelo Viggiani

What is a Tramazzone and a Molinello?

In the broadest sense of the word, these are wheeling cuts. Some have taught me that tramazzone are wheeling cuts from the inside, molinello from the outside. Others say that all wheeling cuts are molinello and the tramazzone is specifically … Continue reading

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Angelo Viggiani – Were Rapiers Sharp or Blunt?

Angelo Viggiani opens his discussion on learning to fence with an arguement about the construction of swords. Argument for sharp on one side only The sword will be stronger and safer You can use your left hand to increase the … Continue reading

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