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AMIS Journal

AMIS Journal

AMIS Journal Indexed by Subject

Volume 1 (1975) through Volume 32 (2006)

Articles by Author Articles by Title Articles by Subject
Reviews by Author of Book Reviews by Title of Book Reviews by Reviewer

 

Africa

Charry, Eric. West African Harps. 20 (1994): 5–53.

Agricola, Martin

Brown, Howard Mayer. Notes (and Transposing Notes) on the Transverse Flute in the Early Sixteenth Century. 12 (1986): 5–39.

Hettrick, William E. Identifying and Defining the Ruszpfeif: Some Observations and Etymological Theories. 17 (1991): 53–68.

America, North

Haefer, J. Richard. North American Indian Musical Instruments: Some Organological Distribution Problems. 1 (1975): 56–85.

Payne, Richard W. Indian Flutes of the Southwest. 15 (1989): 5–31.

America, South

Payne, Richard W., and John D. Hartley. Pre-Columbian Flutes of Mesoamerica. 18 (1992): 22–61.

Olsen, Dale A. The Flutes of El Dorado: An Archaeomusicological Investigation of the Tairona Civilization of Colombia. 12 (1986): 107–36.

Schechter, John M. The Diatonic Harp in Ecuador: Historical Background and Modern Traditions. Part 1, 10 (1984): 97–118; Part 2, 11 (1985): 123–73.

Antes, John

Selch, Frederick R. Some Moravian Makers of Bowed Stringed Instruments. 19 (1993): 38–64.

Antique Instruments

Watson, John R. Historical Musical Instruments: A Claim to Use, an Obligation to Preserve. 17 (1991): 69–82.

Witten, Laurence C., II. Apollo, Orpheus, and David. 1 (1975): 5–55.

Arnaut de Zwolle, Henri

Barry, Wilson. Henri Arnaut de Zwolle’s Clavicordium and the Origin of the Chekker. 11 (1985): 5–13.

Asia

Matusky, Patricia. Musical Instruments and Musicians of the Malay Shadow Puppet Theater. 8 (1982): 38–68.

Simonson, Linda. A Burmese Arched Harp (Saùng-gauk) and Its Pervasive Buddhist Symbolism. 13 (1987): 39–64.

See also China, Japan

Bach, J. S.

Haynes, Bruce. Johann Sebastian Bach’s Pitch Standards: The Woodwind Perspective. 11 (1985): 55–114.

Haynes, Bruce. Questions of Tonality in Bach’s Cantatas: The Woodwind Perspective. 12 (1986): 40–67.

Higbee, Dale. Recorders in Bach Cantata 161, Komm, du süße Todesstunde. 17 (1991): 83–84.

Marissen, Michael. Organological Questions and Their Significance in J. S. Bach’s Fourth Brandenburg Concerto. 17 (1991): 5–52.

Williams, Peter. Was Johann Sebastian Bach an Organ Expert or an Acquisitive Reader of Andreas Werckmeister? 11 (1985): 38–54.

Band Instruments / Music

Banks, Margaret Downie and James W. Jordan. C. G. Conn: The Man (1844–1931) and His Company (1874–1915). 14 (1988): 61–113.

Bouterse, Jan. [Communication]. 26 (2000): 243–50 [expands on the final footnote of his article, “The Deutsche Schalmeien of Richard Haka,” 25 (1999): 61–94].

Carter, Stewart. The Gütter Family: Wind Instrument Makers and Dealers to the Moravian Brethren in America. 27 (2001): 48–83.

Eliason, Robert E. Charles G. Christman, Musical Instrument Maker in Nineteenth-Century New York. 27 (2001): 84–120.

Eliason, Robert E. Rhodolph Hall: Nineteenth-Century Keyed Bugle, Cornet, and Clarinet Soloist. 29 (2003): 5–71.

Howe, Robert S. The Invention and Early Development of the Saxophone, 1840–55. 29 (2003): 97–180.

See also Brass Instruments, Keyed Bugles

Bassoons

Griswold, Harold E. Changes in the Tonal Character of the Eighteenth-Century French Bassoon. 14 (1988): 114–25.

Klitz, Brian. The Bassoon in Chamber Music of the Seventeenth Century. 9 (1983): 5–20.

Kopp, James B. Notes on the Bassoon in Seventeenth-Century France. 17 (1991): 85–114.

Kopp, James B. Precursors of the Bassoon in France before Louis XIV. 28 (2002): 63–117.

Semmens, Richard. The Bassoons in Marin Mersenne’s Harmonie universelle (1636). 10 (1984): 22–31.

White, Paul. Early Bassoon Reeds: A Survey of Some Important Examples. 10 (1984): 69–96.

Bauer, Jacob

Stewart, Gary M. The Restoration of a 1608 Trombone by Jacob Bauer, Nuremberg. 8 (1982): 79–92.

Bazin, James A.

Kuronen, Darcy. James A. Bazin and the Development of Free-Reed Instruments in America. 31 (2005): 133–182.

Berg, Lorents Nicolai

Rice, Albert R. The Clarinet as Described by Lorents Nicolai Berg (1782). 5–6 (1979–80): 42–53.

Bethlehem (Pennsylvania)

Carter, Stewart. The Gütter Family: Wind Instrument Makers and Dealers to the Moravian Brethren in America. 27 (2001): 48–83.

Boehm, Theobald

Coltman, John W. Theobald Boehm and the Scale of the Modern Flute. 9 (1983): 89–111.

Bolhuis, Michiel van

Rice, Albert R. The Musical Instrument Collection of Michiel van Bolhuis (1764). 18 (1992): 5–21.

Bonafinis, Franciscus

Pollens, Stewart. The Bonafinis Spinet: An Early Harpsichord Converted into a Tangent Piano. 13 (1987): 5–22.

Bowed Strings

Adkins, Cecil, and Alis Dickinson. A Trumpet by Any Other Name: Toward an Etymology of the Trumpet Marine. 8 (1982): 5–15.

Downie, Margaret Anne. The Modern Greek Lyra. 5–6 (1979–80): 144–65.

Greenberg, Michael D. Musical Instruments in the Archives of the French Court: The Argenterie, Menus Plaisirs et Affaires de la Chambre, 1733–1792. 32 (2006): 5–79.

Selch, Frederick R. Some Moravian Makers of Bowed Stringed Instruments. 19 (1993): 38–64.

Witten, Laurence C. II. Apollo, Orpheus, and David. 1 (1975): 5–55.

See also Contrabasses, Huqin, Viole da spalla, Violins, Violoncelli da spalla, Viols

Brass Instruments

Banks, Margaret Downie and James W. Jordan. C. G. Conn: The Man (1844–1931) and His Company (1874–1915). 14 (1988): 61–113.

Bowles, Edmund A. Iconography as a Tool for Examining the Loud Consort in the Fifteenth Century. 3 (1977): 100–21.

Eliason, Robert E. Brasses with Both Keys and Valves. 2 (1976): 69–85.

Eliason, Robert E. Letters to Marsh & Chase from Graves & Company, Musical Instrument Makers. 4 (1978): 43–53.

Greenberg, Michael D. Musical Instruments in the Archives of the French Court: The Argenterie, Menus Plaisirs et Affaires de la Chambre, 1733–1792. 32 (2006): 5–79.

See also Cornets, Cornetts, Ebor cornos, Horns, Keyed bugles, Ophicleides, Serpents, Trombacellos, Trombones

Bugles, Keyed see Keyed Bugles

Bülow, Hans von

Powley, Harrison. The Drum Tablature Tradition of American Military Music of the Early Nineteenth Century: Levi Lovering’s The Drummers Assistant, or the Art of Drumming Made Easy. 21 (1995): 5–29.

Carte, Richard

Vance, Stuart-Morgan. Carte’s Flute Patents of the Mid-Nineteenth Century and Related Systems. 13 (1987): 89–106.

Catlin, George

Eliason, Robert E. George Catlin, Hartford Musical Instrument Maker. Part 1, 8 (1982): 16–37; Part 2, 9 (1983): 21–52.

Charles, J.-A.

Barbieri, Patrizio. Musical Instruments and Players in J.-A. Charles’s Acoustique (Paris, c. 1787–1802) and Other French Technical Sources. 23 (1997):94–120.

Chekkers

Barry, Wilson. Henri Arnaut de Zwolle’s Clavicordium and the Origin of the Chekker. 11 (1985): 5–13.

Chickering & Sons

Lott, R. Allen. Chickering, Steinway, and Three Nineteenth-Century European Piano Virtuosos. 21 (1995): 65–85.

China

Chow, Fong. Han Dynasty Musicians and Instruments. 1 (1975): 113–25.

Huehns, Colin. Dating Old Huqin: New Research on Examples of pre-1949 Instruments in Three Major British Collections. 28 (2002): 118–173.

Kuronen, Darcy. Chinese Instruments from the Galpin Collection at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. 29 (2003): 271.

Christman, Charles G.

Eliason, Robert E. Charles G. Christman, Musical Instrument Maker in Nineteenth-Century New York. 27 (2001): 84–120.

Koeppe, Douglas. An Eleven-Key Oboe by C. G. Christman. 30 (2004): 184–89.

Clarinets

Carter, Stewart. The Gütter Family: Wind Instrument Makers and Dealers to the Moravian Brethren in America. 27 (2001): 48–83.

Eliason, Robert E. Charles G. Christman, Musical Instrument Maker in Nineteenth-Century New York. 27 (2001): 84–120.

Eliason, Robert E. Rhodolph Hall: Nineteenth-Century Keyed Bugle, Cornet, and Clarinet Soloist. 29 (2003): 5–71.

Ellsworth, Jane. Early American Clarinet Makers and Sellers, 1761–1820. 32 (2006): 80–123.

Meer, John Henry van der. The Typology and History of the Bass Clarinet. 13 (1987): 65–88.

Poulin, Pamela L. Anton Stadler’s Basset Clarinet: Recent Discoveries in Riga. 22 (1996): 110–127.

Poulin, Pamela L. [Communication]. 23 (1997): 171 [correction of fig. 3 in her article, “Anton Stadler’s Basset Clarinet: Recent Discoveries in Riga,” 22 (1996): 110–27].

Rice, Albert R. The Clarinet as Described by Lorents Nicolai Berg (1782). 5–6 (1979–80): 42–53.

Young, Phillip T. A Bass Clarinet by the Mayrhofers of Passau. 7 (1981): 36–46.

Clavichords

Brauchli, Bernard. The Clavichord in Christian Friedrich Gottlieb Thon’s Keyboard Manual, Ueber Klavierinstrumente (1817). 9 (1983): 68–88.

Hoag, Barbara Brewster. A Spanish Clavichord Tuning of the Seventeenth Century. 2 (1976): 86–95.

Claviorgana

Barry, Wilson. The Lodewyk Theewes Claviorganum and its Position in the History of Keyboard Instruments. 16 (1990): 5–41.

Clemens Wenzeslaus, Elector of Trier

Davis, Shelley. The Orchestra under Clemens Wenzeslaus: Music at a Late-Eighteenth-Century Court. 1 (1975): 86–112.

Collections of Musical Instruments see Museums and Collections

Colonna, Fabio

Barbieri, Patrizio. Giambattista Della Porta’s “Singing” Hydraulis and Other Expressive Devices for the Organ, c. 1560–1860. 32 (2006): 145–166.

Martin, Lynn Wood. The Colonna-Stella Sambuca lincea, an Enharmonic Keyboard Instrument. 10 (1984): 5–21.

Conn, C. G.

Banks, Margaret Downie and James W. Jordan. C. G. Conn: The Man (1844–1931) and His Company (1874–1915). 14 (1988): 61–113.

Contrabasses, Reed

Joppig, Gunther. Sarrusophone, Rothphone (Saxorusophone), and Reed Contrabass. 12 (1986): 68–106.

Rice, Albert R., and Peter J. Bukalski. Two Reed Contrabasses (Contrabassi ad ancia) at Claremont. 11 (1985): 115–22.

Contrabasses, String

Carter, Stewart. The Gütter Family: Wind Instrument Makers and Dealers to the Moravian Brethren in America. 27 (2001): 48–83.

Greenberg, Michael D. [Communication]. 27 (2001): 216–19 [provides corrections and amplifications to his article “The Double-Bass Class at the Paris Conservatory, 1826–1832,” 26 (2000): 83–140].

Greenberg, Michael D. The Double-Bass Class at the Paris Conservatory, 1826–1832. 26 (2000): 83–140.

Cornets

Eliason, Robert E. More on Echo-Cornets. 30 (2004): 193–96.

Eliason, Robert E. Rhodolph Hall: Nineteenth-Century Keyed Bugle, Cornet, and Clarinet Soloist. 29 (2003): 5–71.

Rice, Albert R. “T. Ryan” Identified, and an Echo Mute at the Fiske Museum. 30 (2004): 191–92.

Cornetts

Carter, Stewart. The Gütter Family: Wind Instrument Makers and Dealers to the Moravian Brethren in America. 27 (2001): 48–83.

Correa de Arauxo, Francisco

Hoag, Barbara Brewster. A Spanish Clavichord Tuning of the Seventeenth Century. 2 (1976): 86–95.

Couchet Family see Ruckers Family

Court Music

Davis, Shelley. The Orchestra under Clemens Wenzeslaus: Music at a Late-Eighteenth-Century Court. 1 (1975): 86–112.

Greenberg, Michael D. Musical Instruments in the Archives of the French Court: The Argenterie, Menus Plaisirs et Affaires de la Chambre, 1733–1792. 32 (2006): 5–79.

Craft Techniques

Topham, John. A Dendrochronological Study of Violins Made by Antonio Stradivari. 29 (2003): 72–96.

Cristofori, Bartolomeo

Pollens, Stewart. The Pianos of Bartolomeo Cristofori. 10 (1984): 32–68.

Sutherland, David. Bartolomeo Cristofori’s Paired Cembalos of 1726. 26 (2000): 5–56.

Cymbals

Dobney, Jayson. The Creation of the Trap Set and its Development Before 1920. 30 (2004): 24–56.

Dal Secco Family

Bernardini, Alfredo. Woodwind Makers in Venice, 1790–1900. 15 (1989): 52–73.

Dating

Adkins, Cecil. The German Oboe in the Eighteenth Century. 27 (2001): 5–47.

Gétreau, Florence. Recent Research about the Voboam Family and Their Guitars. 31 (2005): 5–66.

Howe, Robert S. The Invention and Early Development of the Saxophone, 1840–55. 29 (2003): 97–180.

Huehns, Colin. Dating Old Huqin: New Research on Examples of pre-1949 Instruments in Three Major British Collections. 28 (2002): 118–173.

Topham, John. A Dendrochronological Study of Violins Made by Antonio Stradivari. 29 (2003): 72–96.

De Azzi Family

Bernardini, Alfredo. Woodwind Makers in Venice, 1790–1900. 15 (1989): 52–73.

Della Porta, Giambattista

Barbieri, Patrizio. Giambattista Della Porta’s “Singing” Hydraulis and Other Expressive Devices for the Organ, c. 1560–1860. 32 (2006): 145–166.

Dendrochronology

Topham, John. A Dendrochronological Study of Violins Made by Antonio Stradivari. 29 (2003): 72–96.

Design and Evolution

Adkins, Cecil. The German Oboe in the Eighteenth Century. 27 (2001): 5–47.

Adkins, Cecil. Proportions and Architectural Motives in the Design of the Eighteenth-Century Oboe. 25 (1999): 95–132.

Barbieri, Patrizio. Giambattista Della Porta’s “Singing” Hydraulis and Other Expressive Devices for the Organ, c. 1560–1860. 32 (2006): 145–166.

Barry, Wilson. The Scaling of Flemish Virginals and Harpsichords. 17 (1991): 115–35.

Bowers, Jane. New Light on the Development of the Transverse Flute between about 1650 and about 1770. 3 (1977): 5–56.

Bowles, Edmund A. Nineteenth-Century Innovations in the Use and Construction of the Timpani. 5–6 (1979–80): 74–143.

Coltman, John W. Theobald Boehm and the Scale of the Modern Flute. 9 (1983): 89–111.

Dobney, Jayson. The Creation of the Trap Set and its Development Before 1920. 30 (2004): 24–56.

Eliason, Robert E. Bugles Beyond Compare: The Presentation E-flat Keyed Bugle in Mid-Nineteenth-Century America. 31 (2005): 67–132.

Gétreau, Florence. Recent Research about the Voboam Family and Their Guitars. 31 (2005): 5–66.

Greenberg, Michael D. Musical Instruments in the Archives of the French Court: The Argenterie, Menus Plaisirs et Affaires de la Chambre, 1733–1792. 32 (2006): 5–79.

Griswold, Harold E. Changes in the Tonal Character of the Eighteenth-Century French Bassoon. 14 (1988): 114–25.

Haynes, Bruce. “Sweeter than Hautbois”: Towards a Conception of the Schalmey of the Baroque Period. 26 (2000): 57–82.

Howe, Robert S. The Invention and Early Development of the Saxophone, 1840–55. 29 (2003): 97–180.

Howe, Robert, and Peter Hurd. The Heckelphone at 100. 30 (2004): 98–165.

Huehns, Colin. Dating Old Huqin: New Research on Examples of pre-1949 Instruments in Three Major British Collections. 28 (2002): 118–173.

Johnson, Henry M. Traditions Old and New: Continuity, Change, and Innovation in Japanese Koto-Related Zithers. 29 (2003): 181–229.

Klaus, Sabine K. German Square and Harp-Shaped Pianos with Stoßmechanik in American Collections: Distinguishing Characteristics of Regional Types in the Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries. 27 (2001): 120–182.

Klaus, Sabine K. German Square Pianos with Prellmechanik in Major American Museum Collections: Distinguishing Characteristics of Regional Schools in the Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries. 24 (1998): 27–80.

Kopp, James B. Notes on the Bassoon in Seventeenth-Century France. 17 (1991): 85–114.

Kopp, James B. Precursors of the Bassoon in France before Louis XIV. 28 (2002): 63–117.

Koster, John. The Divided Bridge, Due Tension, and Rational Striking Point in Early English Grand Pianos. 23 (1997): 5–55.

Kuronen, Darcy. Early Violin Making in New England. 28 (2002): 5–62.

Kuronen, Darcy. James A. Bazin and the Development of Free-Reed Instruments in America. 31 (2005): 133–182.

Libin, Laurence. Progress, Adaptation, and the Evolution of Musical Instruments. 26 (2000): 187–213.

Meer, John Henry van der. The Typology and History of the Bass Clarinet. 13 (1987): 65–88.

Powell, Ardal. The Tromlitz Flute. 22 (1996): 89–109.

Sutherland, David. Bartolomeo Cristofori’s Paired Cembalos of 1726. 26 (2000): 5–56.

Dolceolas

Hettrick, William E. The Dolceola: A Story of Musical Enterprise in Toledo, Ohio. 26 (2000): 141–186.

Dovaston, John

Koster, John. The Divided Bridge, Due Tension, and Rational Striking Point in Early English Grand Pianos. 23 (1997): 5–55.

Drums

Dobney, Jayson. The Creation of the Trap Set and its Development Before 1920. 30 (2004): 24–56.

Powley, Harrison. The Drum Tablature Tradition of American Military Music of the Early Nineteenth Century: Levi Lovering’s The Drummers Assistant, or the Art of Drumming Made Easy. 21 (1995): 5–29.

See also Friction drums

Dulcians

Kopp, James B. Precursors of the Bassoon in France before Louis XIV. 28 (2002): 63–117.

Bouterse, Jan. [Communication]. 26 (2000): 243–50 [expands on the final footnote of his article, “The Deutsche Schalmeien of Richard Haka,” 25 (1999): 61–94].

Ebor Cornos

Eliason, Robert E. Rhodolph Hall: Nineteenth-Century Keyed Bugle, Cornet, and Clarinet Soloist. 29 (2003): 5–71.

Eisenbrandt, Heinrich Christian

Ellsworth, Jane. Early American Clarinet Makers and Sellers, 1761–1820. 32 (2006): 80–123.

Ethnomusicology

DeVale, Sue Carole. Musical Instruments and Ritual: A Systematic Approach. 14 (1988): 126–60.

Simonson, Linda. A Burmese Arched Harp (Saùng-gauk) and Its Pervasive Buddhist Symbolism. 13 (1987): 39–64.

See also Africa; America, North; America, South; Asia; China; Japan; Java; Malta

Fétis, François Joseph

Snedeker, Jeffrey L. Fétis and the “Meifred” Horn. 23 (1997): 121–146.

Flutes

Bowers, Jane. New Light on the Development of the Transverse Flute between about 1650 and about 1770. 3 (1977): 5–56.

Brown, Howard Mayer. Notes (and Transposing Notes) on the Transverse Flute in the Early Sixteenth Century. 12 (1986): 5–39.

Carter, Stewart. The Gütter Family: Wind Instrument Makers and Dealers to the Moravian Brethren in America. 27 (2001): 48–83.

Coltman, John W. Theobald Boehm and the Scale of the Modern Flute. 9 (1983): 89–111.

Eliason, Robert E. Charles G. Christman, Musical Instrument Maker in Nineteenth-Century New York. 27 (2001): 84–120.

Lehman, Robert A. Preparation and Management of a Descriptive Inventory for a Collection of Flutes. 12 (1986): 137–48.

Oleskiewicz, Mary. A Museum, a World War, and a Rediscovery: Flutes by Quantz and Others from the Hohenzollern Museum. 24 (1998): 107–145.

Olsen, Dale A. The Flutes of El Dorado: An Archaeomusicological Investigation of the Tairona Civilization of Colombia. 12 (1986): 107–36.

Payne, Richard W. Indian Flutes of the Southwest. 15 (1989): 5–31.

Payne, Richard W., and John D. Hartley. Pre-Columbian Flutes of Mesoamerica. 18 (1992): 22–61.

Powell, Ardal. The Tromlitz Flute. 22 (1996): 89–109.

Signell, Karl. The Mystique of the Shakuhachi. 7 (1981): 90–98.

Spohr, Peter. Some Early American Boehm Flutes. 25 (1999): 5–30.

Vance, Stuart-Morgan. Carte’s Flute Patents of the Mid-Nineteenth Century and Related Systems. 13 (1987): 89–106.

Fornari, Andrea

Bernardini, Alfredo. Woodwind Makers in Venice, 1790–1900. 15 (1989): 52–73.

Free-Reed Instruments

Kuronen, Darcy. James A. Bazin and the Development of Free-Reed Instruments in America. 31 (2005): 133–182.

Freund, Harry Edward

Hettrick, William E. Harry Edward Freund’s Great Square-Piano Bonfire: A Tale Told in the Press. 30 (2004): 57–97.

Friction Drums

Borg-Cardona, Anna. The Maltese Friction Drum. 28 (2002): 174–210.

Gamelans

Quigley, Sam. The Raffles Gamelan at Claydon House. 22 (1996): 5–41.

Graves & Company

Eliason, Robert E. Letters to Marsh & Chase from Graves & Company, Musical Instrument Makers. 4 (1978): 43–53.

Greece

Downie, Margaret Anne. The Modern Greek Lyra. 5–6 (1979–80): 144–65.

Maas, Martha. The Phorminx in Classical Greece. 2 (1976): 34–55.

Guitars

Gétreau, Florence. Recent Research about the Voboam Family and Their Guitars. 31 (2005): 5–66.

Gütter, Heinrich Gottlob and Johann Georg

Carter, Stewart. The Gütter Family: Wind Instrument Makers and Dealers to the Moravian Brethren in America. 27 (2001): 48–83.

Ellsworth, Jane. Early American Clarinet Makers and Sellers, 1761–1820. 32 (2006): 80–123.

Selch, Frederick R. Some Moravian Makers of Bowed Stringed Instruments. 19 (1993): 38–64.

Haka, Richard

Bouterse, Jan. [Communication]. 26 (2000): 243–50 [expands on the final footnote of his article, “The Deutsche Schalmeien of Richard Haka,” 25 (1999): 61–94].

Boutersee, Jan. The Deutsche Schalmeien of Richard Haka. 25 (1999): 61–94.

Thompson, Susan E. Deutsche Schalmei: A Question of Terminology. 25 (1999): 31–60.

Haliday, Joseph

Dudgeon, Ralph T. Joseph Haliday, Inventor of the Keyed Bugle. 9 (1983): 53–67.

Hall, Rhodolph

Eliason, Robert E. Rhodolph Hall: Nineteenth-Century Keyed Bugle, Cornet, and Clarinet Soloist. 29 (2003): 5–71.

Harps

Charry, Eric. West African Harps. 20 (1994): 5–53.

Greenberg, Michael D. Musical Instruments in the Archives of the French Court: The Argenterie, Menus Plaisirs et Affaires de la Chambre, 1733–1792. 32 (2006): 5–79.

Schechter, John M. The Diatonic Harp in Ecuador: Historical Background and Modern Traditions. Part 1, 10 (1984): 97–118; Part 2, 11 (1985): 123–73.

Simonson, Linda. A Burmese Arched Harp (Saùng-gauk) and Its Pervasive Buddhist Symbolism. 13 (1987): 39–64.

Harpsichords

Dowd, William R. A Classification System for Ruckers and Couchet Double Harpsichords. 4 (1978): 106–13.

Germann, Sheridan. Regional Schools of Harpsichord Decoration. 4 (1978): 54–105.

Greenberg, Michael D. Musical Instruments in the Archives of the French Court: The Argenterie, Menus Plaisirs et Affaires de la Chambre, 1733–1792. 32 (2006): 5–79.

McGeary, Thomas. Harpsichord Mottoes. 17 (1981): 5–35.

Pollens, Stewart. The Bonafinis Spinet: An Early Harpsichord Converted into a Tangent Piano. 13 (1987): 5–22.

Rice, John A. Stein’s “Favorite Instrument”: A Vis-à-vis Piano-Harpsichord in Naples. 21 (1995): 30–64.

Sutherland, David. Bartolomeo Cristofori’s Paired Cembalos of 1726. 26 (2000): 5–56.

Hartmann, Christian Frederick

Selch, Frederick R. Some Moravian Makers of Bowed Stringed Instruments. 19 (1993): 38–64.

Hautbois de Poitou

Kopp, James B. Precursors of the Bassoon in France before Louis XIV. 28 (2002): 63–117.

Heckel, Wilhelm

Howe, Robert, and Peter Hurd. The Heckelphone at 100. 30 (2004): 98–165.

Heckelphones

Howe, Robert, and Peter Hurd. The Heckelphone at 100. 30 (2004): 98–165.

Hohenzollern Museum

Oleskiewicz, Mary. A Museum, a World War, and a Rediscovery: Flutes by Quantz and Others from the Hohenzollern Museum. 24 (1998): 107–145.

Horns

Snedeker, Jeffrey L. Fétis and the “Meifred” Horn. 23 (1997): 121–146.

Huber, John

Libin, Laurence. John Huber Revisited. 20 (1994): 73–83

Libin, Laurence. John Huber’s Pianos in Context. 19 (1993): 5–37

Hume, Richard

Peppers, Emily. Richard Hume and Viol Making in Early Sixteenth-Century Britain. 32 (2006): 124–144.

Huqin

Huehns, Colin. Dating Old Huqin: New Research on Examples of pre-1949 Instruments in Three Major British Collections. 28 (2002): 118–173.

Kuronen, Darcy. Chinese Instruments from the Galpin Collection at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. 29 (2003): 271.

Hydraulis

Barbieri, Patrizio. Giambattista Della Porta’s “Singing” Hydraulis and Other Expressive Devices for the Organ, c. 1560–1860. 32 (2006): 145–166.

Iconography

Bowers, Jane. New Light on the Development of the Transverse Flute between about 1650 and about 1770. 3 (1977): 5–56.

Bowles, Edmund A. Iconography as a Tool for Examining the Loud Consort in the Fifteenth Century. 3 (1977): 100–21.

Bowles, Edmund A. On Using the Proper Tympani in the Performance of Baroque Music. 2 (1976): 56–68.

Brauchli, Bernard. Aspects of Early Keyboard Technique: Hand and Finger Positions, as Seen in Early Treatises and Iconographical Documents. Part 1, 18 (1992): 62–102; Part 2, 20 (1994): 90–110.

Eliason, Robert E. The Dresden Key Bugle. 3 (1977): 57–63.

Maas, Martha. The Phorminx in Classical Greece. 2 (1976): 34–55.

Witten, Laurence C. II. Apollo, Orpheus, and David. 1 (1975): 5–55.

Instrument Makers see Musical Instrument Makers

Japan

Johnson, Henry M. The Koto: Musical Instrument, Material Culture, and Meaning. 23 (1997): 56–93.

Johnson, Henry M. Traditions Old and New: Continuity, Change, and Innovation in Japanese Koto-Related Zithers. 29 (2003): 181–229.

Signell, Karl. The Mystique of the Shakuhachi. 7 (1981): 90–98.

Java

Quigley, Sam. The Raffles Gamelan at Claydon House. 22 (1996): 5–41.

Keyboard Instruments

Barry, Wilson. Henri Arnaut de Zwolle’s Clavicordium and the Origin of the Chekker. 11 (1985): 5– 13.

Barry, Wilson. The Lodewyk Theewes Claviorganum and its Position in the History of Keyboard Instruments. 16 (1990): 5–41.

Barry, Wilson. The Scaling of Flemish Virginals and Harpsichords. 17 (1991): 115–35.

Brauchli, Bernard. Aspects of Early Keyboard Technique: Hand and Finger Positions, as Seen in Early Treatises and Iconographical Documents. Part 1, 18 (1992): 62–102; Part 2, 20 (1994): 90–110.

Cohen, Albert. Jean Marius’ Clavecin brisé and Clavecin à maillets Revisited: The “Dossier Marius” at the Paris Academy of Sciences. 13 (1987): 23–38.

Greenberg, Michael D. Musical Instruments in the Archives of the French Court: The Argenterie, Menus Plaisirs et Affaires de la Chambre, 1733–1792. 32 (2006): 5–79.

Martin, Lynn Wood. The Colonna-Stella Sambuca lincea, an Enharmonic Keyboard Instrument. 10 (1984): 5–21.

Pollens, Stewart. The Bonafinis Spinet: An Early Harpsichord Converted into a Tangent Piano. 13 (1987): 5–22.

See also Chekker, Clavichords, Dolceolas, Harpsichords, Pianos, Organs, Reed Organs

Keyed Bugles

Dudgeon, Ralph T. Joseph Haliday, Inventor of the Keyed Bugle. 9 (1983): 53–67.

Eliason, Robert E. Brasses with Both Keys and Valves. 2 (1976): 69–85.

Eliason, Robert E. Bugles Beyond Compare: The Presentation E-flat Keyed Bugle in Mid-Nineteenth-Century America. 31 (2005): 67–132.

Eliason, Robert E. Charles G. Christman, Musical Instrument Maker in Nineteenth-Century New York. 27 (2001): 84–120.

Eliason, Robert E. The Dresden Key Bugle. 3 (1977): 57–63.

Eliason, Robert E. Rhodolph Hall: Nineteenth-Century Keyed Bugle, Cornet, and Clarinet Soloist. 29 (2003): 5–71.

Kotos

Johnson, Henry M. The Koto: Musical Instrument, Material Culture, and Meaning. 23 (1997): 56–93.

Johnson, Henry M. Traditions Old and New: Continuity, Change, and Innovation in Japanese Koto-Related Zithers. 29 (2003): 181–229.

Lovering, Levi

Powley, Harrison. The Drum Tablature Tradition of American Military Music of the Early Nineteenth Century: Levi Lovering’s The Drummers Assistant, or the Art of Drumming Made Easy. 21 (1995): 5–29.

Malta

Borg-Cardona, Anna. The Maltese Friction Drum. 28 (2002): 174–210.

Marius, Jean

Cohen, Albert. Jean Marius’ Clavecin brisé and Clavecin à maillets Revisited: The “Dossier Marius” at the Paris Academy of Sciences. 13 (1987): 23–38.

Mayrhofer, Anton and Michael

Young, Phillip T. A Bass Clarinet by the Mayrhofers of Passau. 7 (1981): 36–46.

Meachum, John and Horace

Eliason, Robert E. The Meachams, Musical Instrument Makers of Hartford and Albany. 5–6 (1979–80): 54–73.

Meifred, Joseph Émile

Snedeker, Jeffrey L. Fétis and the “Meifred” Horn. 23 (1997): 121–146.

Mendelssohn, Felix

Bowles, Edmund A. Mendelssohn, Schumann, and Ernst Pfundt: A Pivotal Relationship between Two Composers and a Timpanist. 24 (1998): 5–26.

Mersenne, Marin

Kopp, James B. Notes on the Bassoon in Seventeenth-Century France. 17 (1991): 85–114.

Kopp, James B. Precursors of the Bassoon in France before Louis XIV. 28 (2002): 63–117.

Semmens, Richard. The Bassoons in Marin Mersenne’s Harmonie universelle (1636). 10 (1984): 22–31.

Milhouse, William

Adkins, Cecil. William Milhouse and the English Classical Oboe. 22 (1996): 42–88.

Howe, Robert. [Communication]. 25 (1999): 164–65 [comments on Cecil Adkins’s article, “William Milhouse and the English Classical Oboe,” 22 (1996): 42–88.].

Military Music

Powley, Harrison. The Drum Tablature Tradition of American Military Music of the Early Nineteenth Century: Levi Lovering’s The Drummers Assistant, or the Art of Drumming Made Easy. 21 (1995): 5–29.

Thompson, Susan E. Deutsche Schalmei: A Question of Terminology. 25 (1999): 31–60.

Musettes

Kopp, James B. Precursors of the Bassoon in France before Louis XIV. 28 (2002): 63–117.

Museums and Collections

Huehns, Colin. Dating Old Huqin: New Research on Examples of pre-1949 Instruments in Three Major British Collections. 28 (2002): 118–173.

Klaus, Sabine K. German Square and Harp-Shaped Pianos with Stoßmechanik in American Collections: Distinguishing Characteristics of Regional Types in the Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries. 27 (2001): 120–182.

Klaus, Sabine K. German Square Pianos with Prellmechanik in Major American Museum Collections: Distinguishing Characteristics of Regional Schools in the Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries. 24 (1998): 27–80.

Kuronen, Darcy. Chinese Instruments from the Galpin Collection at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. 29 (2003): 271.

Lehman, Robert A. Preparation and Management of a Descriptive Inventory for a Collection of Flutes. 12 (1986): 137–48.

Levin, Simon. Collecting of Musical Instruments in Russia and the Soviet Union. 16 (1990): 118–31.

Oleskiewicz, Mary. A Museum, a World War, and a Rediscovery: Flutes by Quantz and Others from the Hohenzollern Museum. 24 (1998): 107–145.

Rice, Albert R. The Musical Instrument Collection of Michiel van Bolhuis (1764). 18 (1992): 5–21.

Musical Instrument Dealers

Eliason, Robert E. Letters to Marsh & Chase from Graves & Company, Musical Instrument Makers. 4 (1978): 43–53.

Musical Instrument Makers

Adkins, Cecil. The German Oboe in the Eighteenth Century. 27 (2001): 5–47.

Adkins, Cecil. Oboes Beyond Compare: The Instruments of Hendrik and Fredrik Richters. 16 (1990): 42–117.

Adkins, Cecil. William Milhouse and the English Classical Oboe. 22 (1996): 42–88.

Banks, Margaret Downie, and James W. Jordan. C. G. Conn: The Man (1844–1931) and His Company (1874–1915). 14 (1988): 61–113.

Bernardini, Alfredo. Woodwind Makers in Venice, 1790–1900. 15 (1989): 52–73.

Bouterse, Jan. [Communication]. 26 (2000): 243–50 [expands on the final footnote of his article, “The Deutsche Schalmeien of Richard Haka,” 25 (1999): 61–94].

Boutersee, Jan The Deutsche Schalmeien of Richard Haka. 25 (1999): 61–94.

Carter, Stewart. The Gütter Family: Wind Instrument Makers and Dealers to the Moravian Brethren in America. 27 (2001): 48–83.

Cohen, Albert. Jean Marius’ Clavecin brisé and Clavecin à maillets Revisited: The “Dossier Marius” at the Paris Academy of Sciences. 13 (1987): 23–38.

Coltman, John W. Theobald Boehm and the Scale of the Modern Flute. 9 (1983): 89–111.

Dowd, William R. A Classification System for Ruckers and Couchet Double Harpsichords. 4 (1978): 106–13.

Dudgeon, Ralph T. Joseph Haliday, Inventor of the Keyed Bugle. 9 (1983): 53–67.

Eliason, Robert E. Bugles Beyond Compare: The Presentation E-flat Keyed Bugle in Mid-Nineteenth-Century America. 31 (2005): 67–132.

Eliason, Robert E. Charles G. Christman, Musical Instrument Maker in Nineteenth-Century New York. 27 (2001): 84–120.

Eliason, Robert E. George Catlin, Hartford Musical Instrument Maker. Part 1, 8 (1982): 16–37; Part 2, 9 (1983): 21–52.

Eliason, Robert E. Letters to Marsh & Chase from Graves & Company, Musical Instrument Makers. 4 (1978): 43–53.

Eliason, Robert E. The Meachams, Musical Instrument Makers of Hartford and Albany. 5–6 (1979–80): 54–73.

Ellsworth, Jane. Early American Clarinet Makers and Sellers, 1761–1820. 32 (2006): 80–123.

Germann, Sheridan. Regional Schools of Harpsichord Decoration. 4 (1978): 54–105.

Gétreau, Florence. Recent Research about the Voboam Family and Their Guitars. 31 (2005): 5–66.

Greenberg, Michael D. Musical Instruments in the Archives of the French Court: The Argenterie, Menus Plaisirs et Affaires de la Chambre, 1733–1792. 32 (2006): 5–79.

Hoover, Cynthia Adams. The Steinways and Their Pianos in the Nineteenth Century. 7 (1981): 47–89.

Howe, Robert S. The Invention and Early Development of the Saxophone, 1840–55. 29 (2003): 97–180.

Kaufman, Charles H. Musical-Instrument Makers in New Jersey, 1796–1860. 2 (1976): 5–33.

Kuronen, Darcy. Early Violin Making in New England. 28 (2002): 5–62.

Kuronen, Darcy. James A. Bazin and the Development of Free-Reed Instruments in America. 31 (2005): 133–182.

Libin, Laurence. John Huber Revisited. 20 (1994): 73–83

Libin, Laurence. John Huber’s Pianos in Context. 19 (1993): 5–37

Lott, R. Allen. Chickering, Steinway, and Three Nineteenth-Century European Piano Virtuosos. 21 (1995): 65–85.

Oleskiewicz, Mary. A Museum, a World War, and a Rediscovery: Flutes by Quantz and Others from the Hohenzollern Museum. 24 (1998): 107–145.

Pinel, Stephen L. Thomas and William Robjohn: A Study of Innovative Organ Building. 19 (1993): 65–104.

Pollens, Stewart. The Pianos of Bartolomeo Cristofori. 10 (1984): 32–68.

Powell, Ardal. The Tromlitz Flute. 22 (1996): 89–109.

Rice, John A. Anton Walter, Instrument Maker to Leopold II. 15 (1989): 32–51.

Rice, John A. Stein’s “Favorite Instrument”: A Vis-à-vis Piano-Harpsichord in Naples. 21 (1995): 30–64.

Selch, Frederick R. Some Moravian Makers of Bowed Stringed Instruments. 19 (1993): 38–64.

Stewart, Gary M. The Restoration of a 1608 Trombone by Jacob Bauer, Nuremberg. 8 (1982): 79–92.

Sutherland, David. Bartolomeo Cristofori’s Paired Cembalos of 1726. 26 (2000): 5–56.

Topham, John. A Dendrochronological Study of Violins Made by Antonio Stradivari. 29 (2003): 72–96.

Young, Phillip T. A Bass Clarinet by the Mayrhofers of Passau. 7 (1981): 36–46.

New England

Kuronen, Darcy. Early Violin Making in New England. 28 (2002): 5–62.

New York

Eliason, Robert E. Charles G. Christman, Musical Instrument Maker in Nineteenth-Century New York. 27 (2001): 84–120.

Nomenclature and Terminology

Adkins, Cecil. Proportions and Architectural Motives in the Design of the Eighteenth-Century Oboe. 25 (1999): 95–132.

Adkins, Cecil, and Alis Dickinson. A Trumpet by Any Other Name: Toward an Etymology of the Trumpet Marine. 8 (1982): 5–15.

Bonta, Stephen. From Violone to Violoncello: A Question of Strings? 3 (1977): 64–99.

Bonta, Stephen. Terminology for the Bass Violin in Seventeenth-Century Italy. 4 (1978): 5–42.

Borg-Cardona, Anna. The Maltese Friction Drum. 28 (2002): 174–210.

Bouterse, Jan. [Communication]. 26 (2000): 243–50 [expands on the final footnote of his article, “The Deutsche Schalmeien of Richard Haka,” 25 (1999): 61–94].

Clinkscale, Martha Novak. Pianos for the Cabinet. 21 (1995): 89–93.

Good, Edwin M. Cabinets and Other Pianos. 21 (1995): 86–89.

Haynes, Bruce. “Sweeter than Hautbois”: Towards a Conception of the Schalmey of the Baroque Period. 26 (2000): 57–82.

Hettrick, William E. Identifying and Defining the Ruszpfeif: Some Observations and Etymological Theories. 17 (1991): 53–68.

Mobbs, Kenneth. [Communication]. 23 (1997): 170 [response to Communications by Edwin M. Good and Martha Novak Clinkscale, 21 (1995): 86–93].

Thompson, Susan E. Deutsche Schalmei: A Question of Terminology. 25 (1999): 31–60.

Thompson, Susan E. Smaller than Hautbois: A Fresh Look at James Talbot’s Schalmeye. 28 (2002): 246–60.

Oboes

Adkins, Cecil. The German Oboe in the Eighteenth Century. 27 (2001): 5–47.

Adkins, Cecil. Oboes Beyond Compare: The Instruments of Hendrik and Fredrik Richters. 16 (1990): 42–117.

Adkins, Cecil. Proportions and Architectural Motives in the Design of the Eighteenth-Century Oboe. 25 (1999): 95–132.

Adkins, Cecil. William Milhouse and the English Classical Oboe. 22 (1996): 42–88.

Bouterse, Jan. [Communication]. 26 (2000): 243–50 [expands on the final footnote of his article, “The Deutsche Schalmeien of Richard Haka,” 25 (1999): 61–94].

Boutersee, Jan The Deutsche Schalmeien of Richard Haka. 25 (1999): 61–94.

Haynes, Bruce. “Sweeter than Hautbois”: Towards a Conception of the Schalmey of the Baroque Period. 26 (2000): 57–82.

Howe, Robert. [Communication]. 25 (1999): 164–65 [comments on Cecil Adkins’s article, “William Milhouse and the English Classical Oboe,” 22 (1996): 42–88.].

Koeppe, Douglas. An Eleven-Key Oboe by C. G. Christman. 30 (2004): 184–89.

Thompson, Susan E. Deutsche Schalmei: A Question of Terminology. 25 (1999): 31–60.

Thompson, Susan E. Smaller than Hautbois: A Fresh Look at James Talbot’s Schalmeye. 28 (2002): 246–60.

See also Heckelphones

Ophicleides

Eliason, Robert E. Rhodolph Hall: Nineteenth-Century Keyed Bugle, Cornet, and Clarinet Soloist. 29 (2003): 5–71.

Howe, Robert S. The Invention and Early Development of the Saxophone, 1840–55. 29 (2003): 97–180.

Orchestras

Davis, Shelley. The Orchestra under Clemens Wenzeslaus: Music at a Late-Eighteenth-Century Court. 1 (1975): 86–112.

Organology

Dowd, William R. A Classification System for Ruckers and Couchet Double Harpsichords. 4 (1978): 106–13.

Haefer, J. Richard. North American Indian Musical Instruments: Some Organological Distribution Problems. 1 (1975): 56–85.

Lehman, Robert A. Preparation and Management of a Descriptive Inventory for a Collection of Flutes. 12 (1986): 137–48.

Libin, Laurence. Progress, Adaptation, and the Evolution of Musical Instruments. 26 (2000): 187–213.

Marissen, Michael. Organological Questions and Their Significance in J. S. Bach’s Fourth Brandenburg Concerto. 17 (1991): 5–52.

Organs

Adkins, Cecil, and Alis Dickinson. Miniaturization of the Positive Organ, 1570–1750 14 (1988): 5–37.

Barbieri, Patrizio. Giambattista Della Porta’s “Singing” Hydraulis and Other Expressive Devices for the Organ, c. 1560–1860. 32 (2006): 145–166.

Barry, Wilson. Theophilus on Making Organ Pipes. 15 (1989): 74–89.

Koster, John. Michael Praetorius’s Pfeifflin zur Chormaß. 30 (2004): 5–23.

Pinel, Stephen L. Thomas and William Robjohn: A Study of Innovative Organ Building 19 (1993): 65–104.

Richards, James H. Reed Organ Coverage in The New Grove. 8 (1982): 69–78.

Williams, Peter. Was Johann Sebastian Bach an Organ Expert or an Acquisitive Reader of Andreas Werckmeister? 11 (1985): 38–54.

Paulus Paulirinus of Prague

Howell, Standley. Paulus Paulirinus of Prague on Musical Instruments. 5–6 (1979–80): 9–36.

Paris

Greenberg, Michael D. [Communication]. 27 (2001): 216–19 [provides corrections and amplifications to his article “The Double-Bass Class at the Paris Conservatory, 1826–1832,” 26 (2000): 83–140].

Greenberg, Michael D. The Double-Bass Class at the Paris Conservatory, 1826–1832. 26 (2000): 83–140.

Percussion Instruments

Greenberg, Michael D. Musical Instruments in the Archives of the French Court: The Argenterie, Menus Plaisirs et Affaires de la Chambre, 1733–1792. 32 (2006): 5–79.

See also Cymbals, Drums, Timpani, Trap Set

Performance Practice

Barbieri, Patrizio. Musical Instruments and Players in J.-A. Charles’s Acoustique (Paris, c. 1787–1802) and Other French Technical Sources. 23 (1997):94–120.

Barnett, Gregory. The Violoncello da Spalla: Shouldering the Cello in the Baroque Era. 24 (1998): 81–106.

Borg-Cardona, Anna. The Maltese Friction Drum. 28 (2002): 174–210.

Bowles, Edmund A. Mendelssohn, Schumann, and Ernst Pfundt: A Pivotal Relationship between Two Composers and a Timpanist. 24 (1998): 5–26.

Bowles, Edmund A. On Using the Proper Tympani in the Performance of Baroque Music. 2 (1976): 56–68.

Brauchli, Bernard. Aspects of Early Keyboard Technique: Hand and Finger Positions, as Seen in Early Treatises and Iconographical Documents. Part 1, 18 (1992): 62–102; Part 2, 20 (1994): 90–110.

Brown, Howard Mayer. Notes (and Transposing Notes) on the Transverse Flute in the Early Sixteenth Century. 12 (1986): 5–39.

Davis, Shelley. The Orchestra under Clemens Wenzeslaus: Music at a Late-Eighteenth-Century Court. 1 (1975): 86–112.

Dobney, Jayson. The Creation of the Trap Set and its Development Before 1920. 30 (2004): 24–56.

Eliason, Robert E. Rhodolph Hall: Nineteenth-Century Keyed Bugle, Cornet, and Clarinet Soloist. 29 (2003): 5–71.

Greenberg, Michael D. The Double-Bass Class at the Paris Conservatory, 1826–1832. 26 (2000): 83–140.

Howe, Robert S. The Invention and Early Development of the Saxophone, 1840–55. 29 (2003): 97–180.

Huehns, Colin. Dating Old Huqin: New Research on Examples of pre-1949 Instruments in Three Major British Collections. 28 (2002): 118–173.

Johnson, Henry M. Traditions Old and New: Continuity, Change, and Innovation in Japanese Koto-Related Zithers. 29 (2003): 181–229.

Poulin, Pamela L. Anton Stadler’s Basset Clarinet: Recent Discoveries in Riga. 22 (1996): 110–127.

Powell, Ardal. The Tromlitz Flute. 22 (1996): 89–109.

Snedeker, Jeffrey L. Fétis and the “Meifred” Horn. 23 (1997): 121–146.

Pfundt, Ernst

Bowles, Edmund A. Mendelssohn, Schumann, and Ernst Pfundt: A Pivotal Relationship between Two Composers and a Timpanist. 24 (1998): 5–26.

Phorminx

Maas, Martha. The Phorminx in Classical Greece. 2 (1976): 34–55.

Pianos

Clinkscale, Martha Novak. Pianos for the Cabinet. 21 (1995): 89–93.

Good, Edwin M. Cabinets and Other Pianos. 21 (1995): 86–89.

Greenberg, Michael D. Musical Instruments in the Archives of the French Court: The Argenterie, Menus Plaisirs et Affaires de la Chambre, 1733–1792. 32 (2006): 5–79.

Hettrick, William E. Harry Edward Freund’s Great Square-Piano Bonfire: A Tale Told in the Press. 30 (2004): 57–97.

Hoover, Cynthia Adams. The Steinways and Their Pianos in the Nineteenth Century. 7 (1981): 47–89.

Klaus, Sabine K. German Square and Harp-Shaped Pianos with Stoßmechanik in American Collections: Distinguishing Characteristics of Regional Types in the Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries. 27 (2001): 120–182.

Klaus, Sabine K. German Square Pianos with Prellmechanik in Major American Museum Collections: Distinguishing Characteristics of Regional Schools in the Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries. 24 (1998): 27–80.

Libin, Laurence. John Huber Revisited. 20 (1994): 73–83

Libin, Laurence. John Huber’s Pianos in Context. 19 (1993): 5–37

Lott, R. Allen. Chickering, Steinway, and Three Nineteenth-Century European Piano Virtuosos. 21 (1995): 65–85.

Mobbs, Kenneth. [Communication]. 23 (1997): 170 [response to Communications by Edwin M. Good and Martha Novak Clinkscale, 21 (1995): 86–93].

Pollens, Stewart. The Bonafinis Spinet: An Early Harpsichord Converted into a Tangent Piano. 13 (1987): 5–22.

Pollens, Stewart. The Pianos of Bartolomeo Cristofori. 10 (1984): 32–68.

Rice, John A. Anton Walter, Instrument Maker to Leopold II. 15 (1989): 32–51.

Rice, John A. Stein’s “Favorite Instrument”: A Vis-à-vis Piano-Harpsichord in Naples. 21 (1995): 30–64.

Sutherland, David. Bartolomeo Cristofori’s Paired Cembalos of 1726. 26 (2000): 5–56.

Vogel, Benjamin. Two Tangent Square Pianos in Poland. 20 (1994): 84–89.

Pitch

Brown, Howard Mayer. Notes (and Transposing Notes) on the Transverse Flute in the Early Sixteenth Century. 12 (1986): 5–39.

Bouterse, Jan. [Communication]. 26 (2000): 243–50 [expands on the final footnote of his article, “The Deutsche Schalmeien of Richard Haka,” 25 (1999): 61–94].

Boutersee, Jan The Deutsche Schalmeien of Richard Haka. 25 (1999): 61–94.

Greenberg, Michael D. Musical Instruments in the Archives of the French Court: The Argenterie, Menus Plaisirs et Affaires de la Chambre, 1733–1792. 32 (2006): 5–79.

Haynes, Bruce. Johann Sebastian Bach’s Pitch Standards: The Woodwind Perspective. 11 (1985): 55–114.

Haynes, Bruce. “Sweeter than Hautbois”: Towards a Conception of the Schalmey of the Baroque Period. 26 (2000): 57–82.

Koster, John. Michael Praetorius’s Pfeifflin zur Chormaß. 30 (2004): 5–23.

Plucked Strings

Pascual, Beryl Kenyon de. The One-Man Band in Eighteenth-Century Spain and Instrument No. 89.4.1039. 20 (1994): 65–72.

See also Guitars, Harps, Kotos

Praetorius, Michael

Crane, Frederick. Tobias Schönfeld’s Compendium instrumentorum musicalium (Liegnitz, 1625). 5–6 (1979–80): 37–41.

Koster, John. Michael Praetorius’s Pfeifflin zur Chormaß. 30 (2004): 5–23.

Quantz, Johann Joachim

Oleskiewicz, Mary. A Museum, a World War, and a Rediscovery: Flutes by Quantz and Others from the Hohenzollern Museum. 24 (1998): 107–145.

Raffles, Sir Thomas Stamford

Quigley, Sam. The Raffles Gamelan at Claydon House. 22 (1996): 5–41.

Ramos de Pareja, Bartolomé

Howell, Standley. Ramos de Pareja’s “Brief Discussion of Various Instruments”. 11 (1985): 14–37.

Recorders

Bouterse, Jan. [Communication]. 26 (2000): 243–50 [expands on the final footnote of his article, “The Deutsche Schalmeien of Richard Haka,” 25 (1999): 61–94].

Higbee, Dale. Recorders in Bach Cantata 161, Komm, du süße Todesstunde. 17 (1991): 83–84.

Marissen, Michael. Organological Questions and Their Significance in J. S. Bach’s Fourth Brandenburg Concerto. 17 (1991): 5–52.

Reed Instruments

Bryant, Wanda. The Keyless Double Reed Aerophone: Its Usage, Construction, and Worldwide Distribution. 16 (1990): 132–76.

Joppig, Gunther. Sarrusophone, Rothphone (Saxorusophone), and Reed Contrabass. 12 (1986): 68–106.

Rice, Albert R., and Peter J. Bukalski. Two Reed Contrabasses (Contrabassi ad ancia) at Claremont. 11 (1985): 115–22.

See also Bassoons, Heckelphones, Oboes, Woodwind Instruments

Reed Organs

Kuronen, Darcy. James A. Bazin and the Development of Free-Reed Instruments in America. 31 (2005): 133–182.

Richards, James H. Reed Organ Coverage in The New Grove. 8 (1982): 69–78.

Reeds

White, Paul. Early Bassoon Reeds: A Survey of Some Important Examples. 10 (1984): 69–96.

Religion and Music

Simonson, Linda. A Burmese Arched Harp (Saùng-gauk) and Its Pervasive Buddhist Symbolism. 13 (1987): 39–64.

Restoration

Stewart, Gary M. The Restoration of a 1608 Trombone by Jacob Bauer, Nuremberg. 8 (1982): 79–92.

Watson, John R. Historical Musical Instruments: A Claim to Use, an Obligation to Preserve. 17 (1991): 69–82.

Richters, Hendrik and Fredrik

Adkins, Cecil. Oboes Beyond Compare: The Instruments of Hendrik and Fredrik Richters. 16 (1990): 42–117.

Riga (Latvia)

Poulin, Pamela L. Anton Stadler’s Basset Clarinet: Recent Discoveries in Riga. 22 (1996): 110–127.

Poulin, Pamela L. [Communication]. 23 (1997): 171 [correction of fig. 3 in her article, “Anton Stadler’s Basset Clarinet: Recent Discoveries in Riga,” 22 (1996): 110–27].

Riley, Edward

Ellsworth, Jane. Early American Clarinet Makers and Sellers, 1761–1820. 32 (2006): 80–123.

Robjohn, Thomas and William

Pinel, Stephen L. Thomas and William Robjohn: A Study of Innovative Organ Building. 19 (1993): 65–104.

Rubinstein, Anton

Lott, R. Allen. Chickering, Steinway, and Three Nineteenth-Century European Piano Virtuosos. 21 (1995): 65–85.

Ruckers Family

Dowd, William R. A Classification System for Ruckers and Couchet Double Harpsichords. 4 (1978): 106–13.

Ruszpfeif

Hettrick, William E. Identifying and Defining the Ruszpfeif: Some Observations and Etymological Theories. 17 (1991): 53–68.

Ryan, Thomas

Bloom, Peter H. Thomas Ryan Identified. 30 (2004): 190.

Rice, Albert R. “T. Ryan” Identified, and an Echo Mute at the Fiske Museum. 30 (2004): 191–92.

Sarrusophones

Howe, Robert S. The Invention and Early Development of the Saxophone, 1840–55. 29 (2003): 97–180.

Sax, Adolphe

Howe, Robert S. The Invention and Early Development of the Saxophone, 1840–55. 29 (2003): 97–180.

Saxophones

Howe, Robert S. The Invention and Early Development of the Saxophone, 1840–55. 29 (2003): 97–180.

Schönfeld, Tobias

Crane, Frederick. Tobias Schönfeld’s Compendium instrumentorum musicalium (Liegnitz, 1625). 5–6 (1979–80): 37–41.

Schumann, Robert

Bowles, Edmund A. Mendelssohn, Schumann, and Ernst Pfundt: A Pivotal Relationship between Two Composers and a Timpanist. 24 (1998): 5–26.

Serpents

Carter, Stewart. The Gütter Family: Wind Instrument Makers and Dealers to the Moravian Brethren in America. 27 (2001): 48–83.

Shawms

Bouterse, Jan. [Communication]. 26 (2000): 243–50 [expands on the final footnote of his article, “The Deutsche Schalmeien of Richard Haka,” 25 (1999): 61–94].

Boutersee, Jan The Deutsche Schalmeien of Richard Haka. 25 (1999): 61–94.

Haynes, Bruce. “Sweeter than Hautbois”: Towards a Conception of the Schalmey of the Baroque Period. 26 (2000): 57–82.

Kopp, James B. Precursors of the Bassoon in France before Louis XIV. 28 (2002): 63–117.

Thompson, Susan E. Deutsche Schalmei: A Question of Terminology. 25 (1999): 31–60.

Thompson, Susan E. Smaller than Hautbois: A Fresh Look at James Talbot’s Schalmeye. 28 (2002): 246–60.

Skórski, Jan

Vogel, Benjamin. Two Tangent Square Pianos in Poland. 20 (1994): 84–89.

Smith, Azariah

Selch, Frederick R. Some Moravian Makers of Bowed Stringed Instruments. 19 (1993): 38–64.

Stadler, Anton

Poulin, Pamela L. Anton Stadler’s Basset Clarinet: Recent Discoveries in Riga. 22 (1996): 110–127.

Poulin, Pamela L. [Communication]. 23 (1997): 171 [correction of fig. 3 in her article, “Anton Stadler’s Basset Clarinet: Recent Discoveries in Riga,” 22 (1996): 110–27].

Stein, Johann Andreas

Rice, John A. Stein’s “Favorite Instrument”: A Vis-à-vis Piano-Harpsichord in Naples. 21 (1995): 30–64.

Steinway Family

Hoover, Cynthia Adams. The Steinways and Their Pianos in the Nineteenth Century. 7 (1981): 47–89.

Lott, R. Allen. Chickering, Steinway, and Three Nineteenth-Century European Piano Virtuosos. 21 (1995): 65–85.

Stradivari, Antonio

Topham, John. A Dendrochronological Study of Violins Made by Antonio Stradivari. 29 (2003): 72–96.

Strings

Bonta, Stephen. Catline Strings Revisited. 14 (1988): 38–60.

Bonta, Stephen. From Violone to Violoncello: A Question of Strings? 3 (1977): 64–99.

Terminology see Nomenclature and Terminology

Thalberg, Sigismond

Lott, R. Allen. Chickering, Steinway, and Three Nineteenth-Century European Piano Virtuosos. 21 (1995): 65–85.

Theater

Matusky, Patricia. Musical Instruments and Musicians of the Malay Shadow Puppet Theater. 8 (1982): 38–68.

Theewes, Lodewyk

Barry, Wilson. The Lodewyk Theewes Claviorganum and its Position in the History of Keyboard Instruments. 16 (1990): 5–41.

Theophilus (pseud. of Roger of Helmarshausen)

Barry, Wilson. Theophilus on Making Organ Pipes. 15 (1989): 74–89.

Thon, Christian Friedrich Gottlieb

Brauchli, Bernard. The Clavichord in Christian Friedrich Gottlieb Thon’s Keyboard Manual, Ueber Klavierinstrumente (1817). 9 (1983): 68–88.

Timpani

Bowles, Edmund A. Mendelssohn, Schumann, and Ernst Pfundt: A Pivotal Relationship between Two Composers and a Timpanist. 24 (1998): 5–26.

Bowles, Edmund A. Nineteenth-Century Innovations in the Use and Construction of the Timpani. 5–6 (1979–80): 74–143.

Bowles, Edmund A. On Using the Proper Tympani in the Performance of Baroque Music. 2 (1976): 56–68.

Toledo (Ohio)

Hettrick, William E. The Dolceola: A Story of Musical Enterprise in Toledo, Ohio. 26 (2000): 141–186.

Trade in Musical Instruments

Banks, Margaret Downie, and James W. Jordan. C. G. Conn: The Man (1844–1931) and His Company (1874–1915). 14 (1988): 61–113.

Bouterse, Jan. [Communication]. 26 (2000): 243–50 [expands on the final footnote of his article, “The Deutsche Schalmeien of Richard Haka,” 25 (1999): 61–94].

Carter, Stewart. The Gütter Family: Wind Instrument Makers and Dealers to the Moravian Brethren in America. 27 (2001): 48–83.

Eliason, Robert E. Charles G. Christman, Musical Instrument Maker in Nineteenth-Century New York. 27 (2001): 84–120.

Ellsworth, Jane. Early American Clarinet Makers and Sellers, 1761–1820. 32 (2006): 80–123.

Hettrick, William E. The Dolceola: A Story of Musical Enterprise in Toledo, Ohio. 26 (2000): 141–186.

Hettrick, William E. Harry Edward Freund’s Great Square-Piano Bonfire: A Tale Told in the Press. 30 (2004): 57–97.

Trap Set

Dobney, Jayson. The Creation of the Trap Set and its Development Before 1920. 30 (2004): 24–56.

Treatises

Barbieri, Patrizio. Musical Instruments and Players in J.-A. Charles’s Acoustique (Paris, c. 1787–1802) and Other French Technical Sources. 23 (1997):94–120.

Barry, Wilson. Theophilus on Making Organ Pipes. 15 (1989): 74–89.

Brauchli, Bernard. Aspects of Early Keyboard Technique: Hand and Finger Positions, as Seen in Early Treatises and Iconographical Documents. Part 1, 18 (1992): 62–102; Part 2, 20 (1994): 90–110.

Brauchli, Bernard. The Clavichord in Christian Friedrich Gottlieb Thon’s Keyboard Manual, Ueber Klavierinstrumente (1817). 9 (1983): 68–88.

Crane, Frederick. Tobias Schönfeld’s Compendium instrumentorum musicalium (Liegnitz, 1625). 5–6 (1979–80): 37–41.

Hettrick, William E. Identifying and Defining the Ruszpfeif: Some Observations and Etymological Theories. 17 (1991): 53–68.

Howell, Standley. Paulus Paulirinus of Prague on Musical Instruments. 5–6 (1979–80): 9–36.

Howell, Standley. Ramos de Pareja’s “Brief Discussion of Various Instruments”. 11 (1985): 14–37.

Koster, John. The Divided Bridge, Due Tension, and Rational Striking Point in Early English Grand Pianos. 23 (1997): 5–55.

Powell, Ardal. The Tromlitz Flute. 22 (1996): 89–109.

Powley, Harrison. The Drum Tablature Tradition of American Military Music of the Early Nineteenth Century: Levi Lovering’s The Drummers Assistant, or the Art of Drumming Made Easy. 21 (1995): 5–29.

Semmens, Richard. The Bassoons in Marin Mersenne’s Harmonie universelle (1636). 10 (1984): 22–31.

Thompson, Susan E. Smaller than Hautbois: A Fresh Look at James Talbot’s Schalmeye. 28 (2002): 246–60.

Trombacellos

Eliason, Robert E. Rhodolph Hall: Nineteenth-Century Keyed Bugle, Cornet, and Clarinet Soloist. 29 (2003): 5–71.

Trombae marinae

Adkins, Cecil, and Alis Dickinson. A Trumpet by Any Other Name: Toward an Etymology of the Trumpet Marine. 8 (1982): 5–15.

Trombones

Eliason, Robert E. Charles G. Christman, Musical Instrument Maker in Nineteenth-Century New York. 27 (2001): 84–120.

Stewart, Gary M. The Restoration of a 1608 Trombone by Jacob Bauer, Nuremberg. 8 (1982): 79–92.

Tromlitz, Johann Georg

Powell, Ardal. The Tromlitz Flute. 22 (1996): 89–109.

Tubas

Heyde, Herbert. The Early Berlin Valve and an Unsigned Tuba at the Shrine to Music Museum. 20 (1994): 54–64.

Tuning, Temperament, and Intonation

Barbieri, Patrizio. Musical Instruments and Players in J.-A. Charles’s Acoustique (Paris, c. 1787–1802) and Other French Technical Sources. 23 (1997):94–120.

Hoag, Barbara Brewster. A Spanish Clavichord Tuning of the Seventeenth Century. 2 (1976): 86–95.

Kuronen, Darcy. James A. Bazin and the Development of Free-Reed Instruments in America. 31 (2005): 133–182.

McGeary, Thomas. German-Austrian Keyboard Temperaments and Tuning Methods, 1770–1840: Evidence from Contemporary Sources. 15 (1989): 90–118.

Powell, Ardal. The Tromlitz Flute. 22 (1996): 89–109.

Valves (for brass instruments)

Snedeker, Jeffrey L. Fétis and the “Meifred” Horn. 23 (1997): 121–146.

Viole da gamba: see Viols

Viole da spalla

Barnett, Gregory. The Violoncello da Spalla: Shouldering the Cello in the Baroque Era. 24 (1998): 81–106.

Violins

Eliason, Robert E. Rhodolph Hall: Nineteenth-Century Keyed Bugle, Cornet, and Clarinet Soloist. 29 (2003): 5–71.

Kuronen, Darcy. Early Violin Making in New England. 28 (2002): 5–62.

Topham, John. A Dendrochronological Study of Violins Made by Antonio Stradivari. 29 (2003): 72–96.

Violoncelli da spalla

Barnett, Gregory. The Violoncello da Spalla: Shouldering the Cello in the Baroque Era. 24 (1998): 81–106.

Violoncellos

Barnett, Gregory. The Violoncello da Spalla: Shouldering the Cello in the Baroque Era. 24 (1998): 81–106.

Bonta, Stephen. From Violone to Violoncello: A Question of Strings? 3 (1977): 64–99.

Bonta, Stephen. Terminology for the Bass Violin in Seventeenth-Century Italy. 4 (1978): 5–42.

Viols

Peppers, Emily. Richard Hume and Viol Making in Early Sixteenth-Century Britain. 32 (2006): 124–144.

Virdung, Sebastian

Hettrick, William E. Identifying and Defining the Ruszpfeif: Some Observations and Etymological Theories. 17 (1991): 53–68.

Voboam Family

Gétreau, Florence. Recent Research about the Voboam Family and Their Guitars. 31 (2005): 5–66.

Walter, Anton

Rice, John A. Anton Walter, Instrument Maker to Leopold II. 15 (1989): 32–51.

Werckmeister, Andreas

Williams, Peter. Was Johann Sebastian Bach an Organ Expert or an Acquisitive Reader of Andreas Werckmeister? 11 (1985): 38–54.

Whiteley, William

Ellsworth, Jane. Early American Clarinet Makers and Sellers, 1761–1820. 32 (2006): 80–123.

Woodwind Instruments

Bernardini, Alfredo. Woodwind Makers in Venice, 1790–1900. 15 (1989): 52–73.

Bowles, Edmund A. Iconography as a Tool for Examining the Loud Consort in the Fifteenth Century. 3 (1977): 100–21.

Bryant, Wanda. The Keyless Double Reed Aerophone: Its Usage, Construction, and Worldwide Distribution. 16 (1990): 132–76.

Eliason, Robert E. Letters to Marsh & Chase from Graves & Company, Musical Instrument Makers. 4 (1978): 43–53.

Greenberg, Michael D. Musical Instruments in the Archives of the French Court: The Argenterie, Menus Plaisirs et Affaires de la Chambre, 1733–1792. 32 (2006): 5–79.

Haynes, Bruce. Johann Sebastian Bach’s Pitch Standards: The Woodwind Perspective. 11 (1985): 55–114.

Haynes, Bruce. Questions of Tonality in Bach’s Cantatas: The Woodwind Perspective. 12 (1986): 40–67.

Hettrick, William E. Identifying and Defining the Ruszpfeif: Some Observations and Etymological Theories. 17 (1991): 53–68.

Joppig, Gunther. Sarrusophone, Rothphone (Saxorusophone), and Reed Contrabass. 12 (1986): 68–106.

See also Bassoons, Clarinets, Dulcians, Flutes, Hautbois de Poitou, Heckelphones, Musettes, Oboes, Recorders, Reed Instruments, Reeds, Sarrusophones, Saxophones, Shawms

Wright, Elbridge G.

Eliason, Robert E. Bugles Beyond Compare: The Presentation E-flat Keyed Bugle in Mid-Nineteenth-Century America. 31 (2005): 67–132.

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