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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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Easy Harmonica Songbook: For Chromatic Harmonica | 70 Audio Examples | Lyrics and Tabs
Easy Harmonica Songbook: For Chromatic Harmonica | 70 Audio Examples | Lyrics and Tabs
Beginner chromatic harmonica players will enjoy this selection of 50 famous songs written in solfege and tablature notation. The book contains also over 70 audio examples, chords for guitar/piano, lyrics and various essential scales for chromatic harmonica. Including: A-Tisket A-Tasket * After You've Gone * Alouette * Amazing Grace * Alphabet Song * Are You From Dixie? * Blue Danube * Blues Comes Down the Seine * Blues for Toots * Camptown Races * Clementine * Dear Old Stockholm * For Elise * For He's a Good Fello * Frere Jacques * Greensleeves * Gymnopedie n1 * Gymnopedie n2 * Habanera* Happy Birthday Song * Hark! The Herald Angels Sing * House of The Rising Sun * Hudson Blues * I Have Been Working on the Railroad * Key to The Highway * La Valse d'Amy * L.E.S Blues * Michael Row the Boat Ashore * Mary Had a Little Lamb * Ode to Joy * Oh! Susanna * Peg of My Heart * Red River Valley * Rock-a-Bye Baby * Sarabande * She’ll Be Coming ‘Round the Mountain * Shortnin'Bread * St Louis Blues * The Entertainer* They Can't Take That Away From Me * Twinkle Twinkle * The Comedian * The Marine’s Hymn* This Old Man * Tom Dooley * Wah Wah Blues * Wall Street Blues * Wedding March * We Wish You a Merry Christmas *Wienglied* When The Saints Go Marching In * Worried Man BluesAn audio recording of a professional soloist playing all the songs is included (download link at the end of the book).

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1890 Ad Paul G Mehlin & Sons Pianoforte Musical Instruments 461-67 W 40th St NYC - Original Print Ad
1890 Ad Paul G Mehlin & Sons Pianoforte Musical Instruments 461-67 W 40th St NYC - Original Print Ad
This is an original 1890 black and white print ad for pianofortes that were made and sold by Paul G. Mehlin & Sons of 461, 463, 465, and 467 West 40th Street, New York, NY.

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Musical Instruments: Traditions and Craftsmanship from Prehistory to the Present
Musical Instruments: Traditions and Craftsmanship from Prehistory to the Present
At once a sumptuous gift for the music lover and a complete and authoritative reference that fills a major gap in our knowledge of music history, this beautifully illustrated book traces the evolution of musical instruments and their importance in different world cultures. Starting with prehistoric drums, the text sheds new light on the varied ways in which people have used musical instruments throughout history, from tools of communication to mediums of artistic expression. From the human vocal chords to precision string instruments, from the cai trong kuan (Vietnamese zither) to the edungu (Ugandan lyre), this book details an astonishing array of instruments and provides unique anthropological insights into the relationship between ethnography and music. The only work currently in print that displays photographs of the world's musical instruments along with their history, this volume offers vital information for teachers, students, scholars, dealers, and collectors. LUCIE RAULT is an ethnologist who lectures at the Muse National d'Histoire Naturelle and heads the Department of Ethnomusicology at the Muse de l'Homme in Paris, where she lives. 200 illustrations, 150 in full color, 93/4 x 121/2"

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Mike Sherman Quintet Live At Sweet Rhythm NYC
Mike Sherman Quintet Live At Sweet Rhythm NYC
First ever DVD from vibraphonist Mark Sherman, which documents his current quintet that has been together for six years and four CD releases. Shot in 2009 at Sweet Rhythm, NYC featuring 10 songs and interviews with every band member.Tracks: Tip Top Rhythm, Little Lullaby, The Great Trip(let), Trust, Trinkle Tinkle, The Winning Life, Hope, Sandy, Ella Bella, Hardship.NTSC all region. 108 minutes.

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100 JAZZ PATTERNS FOR CHROMATIC HARMONICA by Yvonnick Prene: AUDIO EXAMPLES
100 JAZZ PATTERNS FOR CHROMATIC HARMONICA by Yvonnick Prene: AUDIO EXAMPLES
UPDATE- New audio files, Larger Harmonica Tabs & Music Notation 09/04/2017100 Jazz Patterns for Chromatic is the ideal book for beginner harmonica players seeking a well-organized, easy-to-follow encyclopedia of scales and exercises, as well as professionals who want to develop their knowledge of jazz improvisation and take it to new heights. This book features a foreword and introduction by Yvonnick Prené, a discography and more for harmonica enthusiasts of any level. The book contains over 100 Jazz patterns, Major and Minor scales, Bebop scales, Popular modes, Hanon-type warm up exercises -- written in all keys, in standard notation and harmonica tabs. It also includes licks in the style of Toots Thielemans, Stevie Wonder and Larry Adler. As an instructor of the harmonica, Prené has skillfully and carefully selected the jazz patterns in this guide to entice and challenge students. Prené plays all patterns and examples to help students master the harmonica — all available to download from a URL (web link) included inside.Are you ready to take your harmonica playing to the next level?Join Harmonica Studio https://harmonicastudio.yvonnickprene.comOver 250 lessons designed for chromatic harmonica players. All levels welcomed!

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Musical Instrument Makers of New York: A Directory of the Eighteenth-And Nineteenth-Century Urban Craftsmen (Annotated Reference Tools in Music)
Musical Instrument Makers of New York: A Directory of the Eighteenth-And Nineteenth-Century Urban Craftsmen (Annotated Reference Tools in Music)
The history of any skilled urban trade is ultimately tied to the growth and development of the city in which it is located. From its humble eighteenth-century beginnings, instrument making grew to be one of New York City's most sizable and important trades. By the 1840s, the city was the largest producer of instruments in the Western Hemisphere, and, in the decades that followed, designs and innovations pioneered by New York artisans influenced and inspired instrument makers throughout the world. Although many of the these instruments survive in American museums, there existed no comprehensive guide to their makers. Nancy Groce's biographical dictionary chronicles all of these master craftsmen in colorful detail, from the obscure work of Geoffry Stafford in 1691, to the zenith of the 1890s, and on to the Great Depression of the 1930s.

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Songs from Another Love
Songs from Another Love
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THE SAN FRANCISCO MUSIC BOX COMPANY Phantom of the Opera Musical Monkey Figurine
THE SAN FRANCISCO MUSIC BOX COMPANY Phantom of the Opera Musical Monkey Figurine
"Will you still play, even when the rest of us are dead?" Fans of the most successful musical ever created will fall in love with this striking "Phantom of the Opera" Monkey Figurine from the San Francisco Music Box Company! This ornate treasure depicts the famous monkey sitting atop a music box as it is sold at the opera house's auction. And now you too can enjoy Raoul's prized purchase. Revel in the nostalgia of "Phantom" as the delightful wind-up box twinkles the tune of "Masquerade" on its vintage 18-note mechanical player. The beautifully detailed monkey will crash his cymbals together as you listen to the charming music of the night. Hand sculpted and hand painted, this stunning statue makes the ideal gift idea for fans of the tragic tale. What's in the Box? Licensed "Phantom of the Opera" monkey figurine Fully assembled classic mechanical music player Our appreciation for your purchase A "Phantom" fan's wishes come true! Specs & Details Measures 7" tall Measures 5" wide Weighs in at 1 pound No batteries required How to Enjoy Gently wind up the mechanical turnkey Be entranced by the poignant "Masquerade" rendition Marvel at the monkey's cymbal performance Share your "Phantom" delight with friends and family!

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1931 Ad Steinway & Sons Piano Musical Instrument Children 109 W 57th St NYC Kid - Original Print Ad
1931 Ad Steinway & Sons Piano Musical Instrument Children 109 W 57th St NYC Kid - Original Print Ad
This is an original 1931 black and white print ad for pianos that were made and sold by Steinway & Sons of Steinway Hall, 109 West 57th Street, New York, NY. The ad also features a photograph by Anton Bruehl entitled "Study of a Child at the Piano".

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