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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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$27.79



Old England and the Musical Instruments Museum
Old England and the Musical Instruments Museum
At the heart of Brussels, the former Old England department store is one of the city's most famous art nouveau buildings. Designed in 1898 by the architect Paul Saintenoy, it was the opportunity for a remarkable enterprise: that of creating in one of the capital's most fashionable quarters and no doubt for the first time in Belgium a large commercial edifice entirely in metal. It remains one of the last remaining examples of the metal department stores which saw rapid and short-lived success around 1900 before being swept aside by the advance of reinforced concrete. This richly illustrated book retraces the history of the prestigious site and tells the story of the complex restoration of the buildings and the installation of the Musical Instruments Museum in 2000.

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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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$15.00
-$70.00(-82%)



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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$17.44
-$7.56(-30%)



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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Museum Masterpieces, Bk 4: 8 Piano Solos Inspired by Great Works of Art
Museum Masterpieces, Bk 4: 8 Piano Solos Inspired by Great Works of Art
In Museum Masterpieces, Book 4, 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: At the Front (George Cochran Lambdin) * Dancers (Theo van Doesburg) * Dancers, Pink and Green (Edgar Degas) * Improvisation (Childe Hassam) * The Kiss (Gustav Klimt) * States of Mind: The Farewells (Umberto Boccioni) * Summer (Thomas Dewing) * Watson and the Shark (John Singleton Copley). "The Kiss" and "Summer" are Federation Festivals 2016-2020 selections.

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$7.41
-$1.58(-18%)



ABC: Musical Instruments from the Metropolitan Museum of Art
ABC: Musical Instruments from the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Presents a variety of musical instruments from the collection of the Metropolitan Museum in alphabetical order

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$99.99



Handbook of the Collection of Musical Instruments in the United States National Museum (Classic Reprint)
Handbook of the Collection of Musical Instruments in the United States National Museum (Classic Reprint)
Excerpt from Handbook of the Collection of Musical Instruments in the United States National MuseumThe literary material left by Mr. Hawley is extensive and has been of greatest assistance in preparing this handbook. The card index of specimens comprises cards, with detailed information concerning each specimen. Separate card indexes were prepared by him showing the classes of musical instruments with catalogue num bers of specimens, the geographical locations whence the specimens came, the names of collectors or donors, and an index of musical terminology. The largest card index prepared by Mr. Hawley con tains more than cards, representing musical instruments in other museums or mentioned in literature, with descriptions and references. Only type specimens in the National Museum collection are included in this latter index. In addition to exhibited speci mens and card indexes the musical material comprises reference books, old musical publications, photographs, and phonograph rec ords of primitive music, some of the latter made in 1888.About the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.comThis book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.

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$10.97



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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$7.88
-$43.07(-85%)


 
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