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MIM Highlights from the Musical Instrument Museum [2012]
MIM Highlights from the Musical Instrument Museum [2012]
Musical Instrument Museum,Phoenix, Arizona

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Musical Instruments: Highlights of The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Musical Instruments: Highlights of The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Featuring more than 100 extraordinary pieces from around the world and spanning thousands of years, this book displays the astounding diversity of musical instruments. Highlights include Bronze Age cymbals, the earliest known piano, violins made by Stradivari, slit drums from Oceania, and iconic 20th-century American guitars. Stunning new photographs reveal these objects to be works of musical and visual art—marvels of technology and masterpieces of design. Each object is explored in fascinating text describing its historical use; its sound or the technological developments that gave rise to the form of music played upon it; details about its notable makers, owners, or players; or its construction and decoration. Related works—paintings, textiles, statues, and pottery that depict instruments and music making—complement and further illuminate the narrative which provides a lively and insightful appreciation of musical instruments that will appeal to art and music lovers everywhere.

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$24.97



Keyboard Musical Instruments in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Keyboard Musical Instruments in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Photographs and extensive technical information, balanced by biographical, art historical, and musicological essays, thoroughly document 53 instruments from the Museum's collection, illuminating the stages of the development of keyboard technology (including information on pianos) and placing each instrument in historical context. Species of wood used in the instruments were identified through microscopic analysis for this catalogue, which also includes an extensive glossary of technical keyboard instrument technology. Distributed by Northeastern U. Press. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.

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$41.25
-$43.75(-51%)



The Look of Music: Rare Musical Instruments 1500-1900 by Phillip T. YOUNG (1980-08-01)
The Look of Music: Rare Musical Instruments 1500-1900 by Phillip T. YOUNG (1980-08-01)
Excellent Book

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Catalogue of The Hill Collection of Musical Instruments in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford
Catalogue of The Hill Collection of Musical Instruments in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford
The Hill collection of stringed instruments is one of the most impressive in the world, and in the field of the violin it is unsurpassed. This catalog contains a detailed account with photographic illustrations of each item in the collection. Contents: Foreword Introduction The bowed instruments • Viola • Violins The bows The plucked instruments • Citterns • English guitars • Guitars The keyboard instruments Bibliography

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Musical Instruments and Sound-Producing Objects of Oceania: The collections of the Australian Museum
Musical Instruments and Sound-Producing Objects of Oceania: The collections of the Australian Museum
This book contributes to our knowledge and awareness of musical instruments and sound-producing objects in the region called Oceania. The author uses principles of organology to describe a research project at the Australian Museum. He explains the classification, provenance and cultural significance of diverse objects that were individually examined and measured. Four main sections are reflecting the regions of Oceania: Indigenous Australia, Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander musical instruments and sound-producing objects reveal a great diversity, as do the instruments in the Melanesian section, in particular Papua and New Guinea; some objects being exquisitely designed and crafted. The Polynesian section includes objects collected on the voyages of Captain James Cook, as well as different types of flute. By combining introductory essays with quality photographs and a numbered catalogue of basic nomenclature, vernacular names and dimensions, the book constitutes a valuable resource.

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$44.92
-$6.03(-12%)



Early Keyboard Instruments in European Museums
Early Keyboard Instruments in European Museums
Information for when you travel. By country and city, you are guided to the best instrument collections in Europe. For each site is provided a substantial discussion of the instruments, location, address, and hours of admission. There are abundant black and white (many full-page) photos, a glossary of terms associated with earlier instruments, and an index of makers." ―Piano & KeyboardGrowing out of the authors’ visits to 47 collections in Europe, this lively guidebook offers intimate glimpses at a great variety of instruments. It focuses on the more important and unusual holdings in each museum, such as the Cristofori pianos in Rome and Leipzig and the earliest known English double-manual instrument―a 1700 harpsichord by Tisseran, now in Oxford. In addition, the authors provide travelers with essential information for each museum.

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$44.33
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Museum Masterpieces, Bk 2: 10 Piano Solos Inspired by Great Works of Art
Museum Masterpieces, Bk 2: 10 Piano Solos Inspired by Great Works of Art
In Museum Masterpieces, Book 2, composer Catherine Rollin has created musical expressions of some of the great works of art found in museums throughout the world. The paintings that inspired these pieces are beautifully displayed on a four-page color insert at the center of the book, along with historical notes about each painting. Titles: Car and Hunting Fox (Umberto Boccioni) * La charmeuse de serpents (The Snake Charmer) (Henri Rousseau) * Cirque (Circus) (Georges Seurat) * The Girl with a Pearl Earring (Johannes Vermeer) * Jeunes filles au piano (Young Girls at the Piano) (Pierre-Auguste Renoir) * Noah's Ark (Edward Hicks) * Nocturne in Black and Gold---The Falling Rocket (James Abbott McNeill Whistler) * Primavera (Sandro Botticelli) * Sunrise on the Matterhorn (Albert Bierstadt) * Washington Crossing the Delaware (Emanuel Gottlieb Leutze). "Cirque (Circus)" and "Nocturne in Black and Gold---The Falling Rocket" are Federation Festivals 2016-2020 selections.

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$7.53
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