2 edition of index of musical wind-instrument makers found in the catalog.
index of musical wind-instrument makers
Lyndesay Graham Langwill
|Other titles||Index of wind-instrument makers|
|LC Classifications||ML404 .L3 1962|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||308 p. :|
|Number of Pages||308|
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Edition Notes Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and indexes. Rev. of: Index of musical wind-instrument makers / Lyndesay G. Langwill. 6th ed., Cited by: 8. For over fifty years collectors and scholars of wind instruments have been indebted to Lyndesay G.
Langwill's researches. Initially this was by private circulation of lists, and then from by publication of his Index of Musical Wind-Instrument Makers in book form, through, eventually, six editions.
The New-York Book of Prices for Manufacturing Piano-fortes by The Society of Journeymen Piano-forte Makers. Foreword by Henry Z. Steinway. Introduction by Laurence Libin. LEARN MORE. Research Papers on American Musical Wind-Instrument Makers and Dealers, to s. A tremendous resource for research on American manufacturers, dealers.
An index of musical wind-instrument makers, by Lyndesay G. Langwill The bassoon and contrabassoon / Lyndesay G. Langwill Church and chamber barrel-organs: their origin, makers, music and location; a chapter in English church.
William Waterhouse (18 February – 5 November ) was a distinguished English bassoonist and played with notable orchestras, was a member of the Melos Ensemble, professor at the Royal Northern College of Music, author of the Yehudi Menuhin Music Guide "Bassoon", of The New Langwill Index, and contributor to the New Grove Dictionary of Died: 5 November (aged 76), Florence, Italy.
Langwill and his Index' IN June the late Lyndesay Langwill announced in thisJournal2 his intention to publish 'An Index of Musical Wind Instrument Makers'. This book has since come to be universally recognized as indispensable in its field as a work of reference.
This article will attempt to show how. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The new Langwill index: a dictionary of musical wind-instrument makers and inventors by William Waterhouse; 1 edition; Subjects: Wind instrument makers, Dictionaries, Biography.
The New Langwill Index: A dictionary of Musical Wind-Instrument Makers & Inventors. Second impression (of first edition) xxxvii + pp. Entries for nearly makers & inventors active until c Awarded the Prize by IAML (UK) as the best British work of Music Librarianship, Reference or Bibliography for £ The New Langwill Index "A Dictionary of Musical Wind-Instrument Makers and Inventors" is a MUST HAVE book for anyone dealing with vintage brasswind instruments.
It lists detailed information on thousands of makers. I consider this book to be an instrument collector's bible. It is in NEW condition. Langwill - An Index of Musical Wind-Instrument Makers Citations should take the following form: BOOKS IA Baines, Brass Instruments: Their History and Development (London, ), pp.
PERIODICALS 2 Eric Halfpenny, 'The Berkswell Cello', GSJ XXXVII (), p. Ibid, loc. cit. and op. cit. are to be avoided. In subsequent citations of the.
These papers (described more fully below), compiled for use in William Waterhouse’s book, The New Langwill Index: A Dictionary of Musical Wind-Instrument Makers and Inventors (London: T. Bingham, ), provide a rich source of information on approximately makers and dealers of woodwind and brasswind musical instruments who were active in the United States (and in the.
The new Langwill index: a dictionary of musical wind-instrument makers and inventors William Waterhouse, Lyndesay Graham Langwill Tony Bingham, - Art - pages. Langwill’s The New Langwill Index – A Dictionary of Musical Wind-Instrument Makers and Inventors serves as the most important single source of information on historical flute makers.
It provides basic information on most of the known makers including dates, addresses, makers marks and other ancillary information.The New Langwill Index: A Dictionary of Musical Wind-Instrument Makers and Inventors, by William Waterhouse.The New Langwill Index: A Dictionary of Musical Wind-Instrument Makers and Inventors.
Bath: Tony Bingham, ISBN (hardcover) Lyndesay Graham Langwill published six editions of his "Index of Musical Wind-Instrument Makers" between and William Waterhouse has continued Langwill's work in a greatly expanded edition.