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by Adam Carse

eBook Musical Wind Instruments (Dover Books on Music) download ISBN: 0486424227
Author: Adam Carse
Publisher: Dover Publications; reprint edition (September 16, 2002)
Language: English
Pages: 416
ePub: 1288 kb
Fb2: 1668 kb
Rating: 4.7
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Adam Carse (1878–1958) ranks among the foremost modern musicologists

Only 7 left in stock (more on the way). Adam Carse (1878–1958) ranks among the foremost modern musicologists. It is written in a very dry manner that makes it difficult to completely comprehend under drowsy conditions (those of you who had to study the Grout know what I'm talking about!), and 2) take the time to study scores and recordings along with the discussion; while there are several printed musical examples given, they are extremely concise and do.

This first comprehensive history of musical instruments, this book ranges from prehistoric times to the 20th century. Only 13 left in stock (more on the way)

This first comprehensive history of musical instruments, this book ranges from prehistoric times to the 20th century. It traverses five continents and every stage of evolution. Only 13 left in stock (more on the way).

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Musical Wind Instruments Carse Adam Dover 9780486424224 : Informative overview of wind instruments .

Musical Wind Instruments Carse Adam Dover 9780486424224 : Informative overview of wind instruments used in European orchestras, military, and other wind bands during the past 400 years. 2002 Серия: Books on Music Язык: ENG Иллюстрации: Book Размер: 5 3/8 x 8 1/2 inch Поставляется из: США Описание: Informative overview of wind instruments used in European orchestras, military, and other wind bands during the past 400 years.

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Musical Wind Instruments. By Adam Carse Book Item: 06-424227.

This comprehensive guide presents an informative overview of wind instruments used in European orchestras, military, and other wind bands during the past 400 years. Musical Wind Instruments.

His books include Musical Wind Instruments (1939), The .

His books include Musical Wind Instruments (1939), The Orchestra in the 18th Century (1940) and The Orchestra from Beethoven to Berlioz (1948).

Musical Wind Instruments book. This book, written in 1939 (Thank you Dover books), is a scholarly and somewhat boring history of the origins and history of the development of these instruments

Musical Wind Instruments book. This book, written in 1939 (Thank you Dover books), is a scholarly and somewhat boring history of the origins and history of the development of these instruments. This comprehensive guide presents an informative overview of wind instruments used in European orchestras, military, and other wind bands during the past 400 years.

This comprehensive guide presents an informative overview of wind instruments used in European orchestras, military, and other wind bands during the past 400 years. Included are well-illustrated, descriptive passages about the various types and sizes of woodwinds — flutes, oboes, clarinets, and bassoons — and brass instruments — trumpets, cornets, horns, trombones, bugles, and related instruments. For this historical survey, the author has incorporated information and materials from numerous sources: old instruments from public and private collections, catalogs, and photographs; written descriptions, instructions for playing the instruments, fingering charts, and illustrations of old instruments from contemporary sources; as well as contemporary music specifically written for an instrument. Among other topics, chapters cover the lengthening slide and valve systems of brass instruments, the mechanics of woodwinds and brass, the transverse flute and whistle-flute, saxophone, bassoon, and bugle horns. Brief descriptions accompany the illustrations. A valuable guide for musicians, teachers, and music students, this book will delight and inform music lovers. Includes 30 photos, 41 drawings and diagrams, and 11 charts.
Comments: (2)
Deeroman
This book was just what I had been looking for. I placed the order and it arrived very quickly. I was very pleased with the purchase and surprised by the speedy shipping.
Virtual
This book is great for research, I have used it in several of my papers. Originally published in 1939, it has several instruments that have fallen out of use. It starts with some of the science behind how the instruments work and their mechanics. Then he divides the instruments into woodwind and brass. He goes through each major instruments, their relatives, the details, and the history of each.For anyone curious about their instrument's history or any music historian, I'd recommended having this book in the collection.