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Ancient European musical instruments; an organological study of the musical instruments in the Leslie Lindsey Mason Collection at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston,

Author: Nicholas B Bodley; Leslie Lindsey Mason Collection.
Publisher: [Cambridge] Pub. for the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, by the Harvard University Press, 1941.
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Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Leslie Lindsey Mason Collection.
Ancient European musical instruments.
[Cambridge] Pub. for the Museum of fine arts, Boston, by the Harvard university press, 1941
(OCoLC)639385838
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nicholas B Bodley; Leslie Lindsey Mason Collection.
OCLC Number: 392914
Description: xxxiii, 503 pages illustrations, 16 plates 29 cm
Contents: Preface / Edwin J. Hipkiss --
Foreword / Francis W. Galpin --
Introduction --
ANCIENT EUROPEAN MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS --
Acoustical terminology, general definitions --
Equivalents of musical staff notation --
Classification of musical instruments --
Terminology --
CLASS I: IDIOPHONIC INSTRUMENTS OR IDIOPHONES --
Division I: Instruments controlled directly [A. Rhythmic (unpitched sound): 1 (sistrum), 2, 3 (castanets), 4 (triangle), 5 (cymbals), 6 (jingling Johnny) --
B. Tonal (definite pitch): 7 (bell), 8 (chariot bell), 9 (Pedlar's bell), 10 (mule bell), 11 (curfew bell or hand bell), 12 (Jew's harp), 13 (xylophone), 14 (nail violin), 15 (glass harmonica)] --
Division II: Instruments controlled by a keyboard: 16 (metal harmonica or keyboard glockenspiel) --
Division III: Instruments controlled by automatic motion: 17 (musical box) --
CLASS II: MEMBRANOPHONIC INSTRUMENTS OR MEMBRANOPHONES --
Division I: Instruments controlled directly [A. Rhythmic: 18 (tabor), 19 (side drum), 20, 21 (bass drum) --
B. Tonal: 22 (kettledrums), 23 (onion flute), 24 (kazoo), 25 (Zazah or voice flute)] --
Division II: Instruments controlled by a keyboard: [Example: drums of percussion stops of organs. Not represented in this collection.] --
Division III: Instruments controlled by automatic motion: [Examples: drums of self-acting organs; phonographs. Not represented in this collection.] --
CLASS III: AEROPHONIC INSTRUMENTS OR AEROPHONES --
Frequencies --
Tones --
Tonality and tonal position of aerophonic instruments --
Designation of the tonal position of aerophonic instruments --
Classification of aerophones [Division I: Instruments controlled directly {Section A: Flue-blown aerophones (Sub-section A: Aerophones with air stream directed by the lips <Group 1: Vertically blown: 26, 27, 28 (panpipes), 29, 30 (vertical flute) --
Group 2: Transversely blown [Keyless flutes: 31 (transverse flute), 32, 33 (fife), 34 (walking-stick flute), 35 (concert flute) --
One-keyed flutes: 36, 37 (flute), 38, 39, 40, 41, 42 (concert flute) --
Two-keyed flutes: 43 (concert flute) --
Multiple-keyed flutes: 44, 45, 46 (concert flute) --
Low-pitched flutes: 47 (flute d'amour), 48 (alto flute), 49 (flauto di voce), 50 (bass flute), 51 (alto flute)> --
Sub-section B: Mouthpiece blown (flue-blown) <Classification of fipple-flutes by families --
The vertical flute family --
The recorder family --
The flageolet family --
The pipe family [Vertical flutes: 52, 53 (vertical flute), 54 (flute-a-bec), 55 (vertical piccolo flute) --
The recorder family: 56 (treble recorder), 57 (tenor-alto recorder), 58 (basset recorder), 59 (bass recorder), 60, 61 (treble recorder), 62 (tenor recorder) --
The flageolet family: 63, 64, 65, 66, 67 (flageolet) --
Pipes: 68 (picco pipe), 69 (churula), 70 (tabor pipe), 71 (bass tabor pipe) --
Multiple flutes: 73 (dvojnice), 74, 75, 76 (double vertical flute), 77 (triple vertical flute) --
Whistles: 78 (bird-whistle), 79 (boatswain's pipe), 80 (military whistle), 81 (double whistle), 82, 83, 84 (ocarina), 85 (pitch pipe), 86 (fool's flute)]>) --
Section B: Reed-vibrated aerophones (Sub-section A: Reeds controlled indirectly <Group 1: Single beating reed aerophones [Sub-group i: With cylindrical tube: 87 (single hornpipe), 88 (double hornpipe), 89 (pibgorn), 90 (stock and horn) --
Sub-group ii: With conoidal tube: 91 (signal horn)] --
Group 2: Double beating reed aerophones [Sub-group i: With cylindrical tube: The cromorne family: 92 (treble cromorne), 93 (alto cromorne) --
Sub-group ii: With conoidal tube: 94 (practice chanter), 95, 96 (hautbois de poitou), 97 (foghorn)] --
Group 3: Polyphonic reed instruments (bagpipes) [Sub-group i: Bagpipes inflated through a blow-pipe: 98 (biniou), 99 (cornemuse), 100 (Great Highland bagpipe), 101 (zampogna) --
Sub-group ii: Bagpipes inflated by bellows: 102 (musette), 103 (uilleann bagpipe), 104 (lowland bagpipe), 105 (north-umbrian bagpipe)] --
Group 4: Free reed: 106 (mouth harmonica)> --
Sub-section B: Reeds controlled directly <Group 1: Single beating reed [Sub-group i: With cylindrical tube {The clarinet family: 107 (chalumeau), 108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 113, 317, 114 (clarinet), 115 (alto clarinet) --
The basset horn: 116, 117, 118 (basset horn) --
The bass clarinet: 119, 120 (bass clarinet)} --
Sub-group ii: With conoidal tube: 121 (alto fagotto), 122 (saxophone)] --
Group 2: Double beating reed [Sub-group i: With cylindrical tube: 123 (Aulos), 124 (courtaud), 125 (rackett or sausage bassoon) --
Sub-group ii: With conoidal tube {The primitive instruments: 126 (whithorn), 127 (pastoral pipe), 128 (musette bretonne) --
The shawm family: 129 (treble shawm), 130 (alto shawm), 131 (tenor shawm), 132 (bass shawm) --
The oboe family: 133, 134, 135, 136, 137 (oboe), 138 (grand hautbois), 139, 140 (alto oboe), 141 (baritone oboe or basset oboe) --
Oboe d'amore family: 142 (Oboe da caccia), 143, 144 (English horn) --
The bassoon family: 145 (single courtal), 146 (fagottino), 147 (tenoroon), 148, 149, 150, 151 (bassoon), 152 (double bassoon)}]>) --
Section C: Lip-vibrated aerophones (brass wind) (Specific classification of lip-vibrated aerophones --
Generic classification of lip-vibrated aerophones --
A 'new era' in the construction of brass wind instruments <Construction of lip-vibrated aerophones --
Families of lip-vibrated aerophones --
Family classification of lip-vibrated aerophones --
Technical description of the families of lip-vibrated aerophones> --
Sub-section A: Conoidal tube <Group 1: Two-octave instruments [Primitive types: 153 (shofar), 154 (bacchic horn), 155 (oliphant), 156 (watchman's horn), 157, 158 (forester's horn) --
Tubes with lateral holes: 159 (bukkehorn) --
The cornett family: 160 (straight cornett), 161 (treble cornett), 162 (cornett), 163 (mute cornett), 164 (great cornett), 165 (Serpent), 166, 167, 168 (bass horn) --
The lateral-hole instruments with keys: 169, 170, 171, 172, 173, 174 (key bugle), 175, 176 (ophicleide) --
The slide and the valves --
A defect of the valve mechanism] --
Group 2: Three-octave instruments [Sub-group i: With pedal tone: 177, 178 (bugle), 179 (lur), 180 (buccina), 181 (alphorn) --
Sub-group ii: Without pedal tone: The cornet (post-horn) family: 182, 183 (post-horn), 184, 185 (cornopean), 186, 187, 188 (cornet), 189 (ballad horn)] --
Group 3: Four-octave instruments [Sub-group i: With pedal tone: (Example: Orchestral French horn in B-flat. Not represented in this collection) --
Sub-group ii: Without pedal tone: 190, 191 (hunting horn), 192 (hand horn), 193 (inventionshorn), 194 (cor omnitonique), 195 (valve horn)]> --
Sub-section B: Cylindrical tube <Group 1: Two-octave instruments [Primitive types: 196 (glass trumpet), 197 (celluloid trumpet)] --
Group 2: Three-octave instruments [Sub-group i: With pedal tone: The trombone family: 198 (buysine), 199 (discant trombone), 200 (alto trombone), 201, 202 (tenor trombone), 203 (buccin), 204 (bass trombone), 205 (tenor trombone) --
Sub-group ii: Without pedal tone (Example: Trombone in lower positions.)] --
Group 3: Four-octave instruments [Sub-group i: With pedal tone: 206 (lituus), 208 (stopf-trompete), 211 (key trumpet), 212 (valve trumpet) --
Sub-group ii: Without pedal tone: 207 (trumpet), 209 (cavalry trumpet), 210 (slide trumpet), 213, 214 (post-horn)] Note: In the text the description of trumpets belonging to Group 3 follows the historical and not the organological basis. The lituus is included in this Group for historical reasons.>)} --
Division II: Instruments controlled by a keyboard {Section A: Flue and reed pipes: 215 (hydraulis), 216 (portative organ), 217 (positive organ), 218 (cabinet organ), 219 (chamber organ) --
Section B: Free reeds: 220 (accordion), 221 (concertina), 222 (rocking melodian), 223 (melophone), 316 (book harmonium)} --
Division III: Instruments controlled by automatic motion {224 (barrel organ)} --
Division IV: Free Air instruments: (Example: Bull-roarer. Not represented in this collection.)] --
CLASS IV: CHORDOPHONIC INSTRUMENTS OR CHORDOPHONES --
Division I: Instruments controlled directly [Position of parts --
Types of strings --
Resonant bodies or sound-boxes --
String fasteners and intermediate supports --
Sound-post and bass-bar {Section A: Plucked (Sub-section A: Plucked chordophones without a neck <Lyre type: 225 (rotta) --
Psalteries: 226 (spitzharfe), 227, 228 (psaltery), 229 (kantele) --
Zithers: 230 (scheitholt), 231, 232 (zither) --
Harps: 233 (clarsech), 234 (ceirnin), 235 (telyn), 236 (minnesinger's harp), 237 (minstrel's harp), 238 (hooked harp), 239 (harp)> --
Sub-section B: Plucked chordophones with a neck <Primitive: 240 (tanbourica), 241 (balalaika) --
Lutes: [The lute family --
Thomas Mace's directions for playing the lute: 242 (lute), 243 (theorboe), 244 (chitarrone) --
Instruments of the lute type: 245 (pandurina), 246 (mandora), 247 (milanese mandoline), 248 (mandoline), 249 (mandola)] --
Citterns: 250, 251 (English guitar), 252 (Portuguese guitar), 253 (syron) --
Guitars: 254, 255, 256, 257 (guitar), 258 (chitarra battente), 259 (lyre-guitar), 260 (harpolyre), 261 (harp-lute-guitar), 262 (harp-lute)>) --
Section B: Struck strings: 72 (tambourin a cordes), 263 (dulcimer), 264 (keyed guitar) --
Section C: Bowed strings (Probable origins of bowed chordophones in Europe --
Two fundamental methods of stopping strings on bowed chordophones <Sub-section A: Bowed chordophones without a finger-board: 265 (lyra) --
Sub-section B: Bowed chordophones with a finger-board: 266 (rebec), 267 (rebec kit), 268 (kit), 269 (husla), 270 (rustic violin)> --
Viols <Nomenclature and sizes --
Nomenclature of parts --
A detailed description of viol design --
General remarks about viol body construction --
Tone color and playing technique --
Summary --
History [The first period, to 1500 --
The second period, 1500-1650 --
The third period, after 1650] --
271 (high treble viol), 272 (small tenor viol), 273 (lyra viol), 274 (division viol), 275 (bass viol), 276 ('Eutherpe'), 277 (alto viol), 278 (small tenor viol), 279 (cither viol), 280 (sultana) --
Bowed chordophones with sympathetic strings: 281, 282 (viole d'amour), 283 (baryton), 284 (hardangerfele)> --
Violins <The violin family --
History --
Comparative summary of details of the viol and violin families --
The probable time of the origin of the violin --
The evolution of the violin family --
285 (violin), 286 (viola), 287 (violoncello), 288 (double bass), 289 (violin), 290 (mute violin) --
Independent forms: 291 (crwth), 292 (tromba marina), 293 (bow melodeon)>)}] --
Division II: Instruments controlled by a keyboard [Section A: Plucked keyboard chordophones: 294 (spinet), 295 (virginal), 296 (clavicytherium), 297 (spinet), 298 (harpsichord) --
Section B: Struck keyboard chordophones: 299 (clavichord, fretted), 300 (clavichord, fretless), 301 (pianoforte), 302 (workbox piano), 303 (upright piano), 315 (orphica) --
Section C: Bowed keyboard chordophones: 304 (nyckelharpa), 305 (hurdy-gurdy)] --
Division III: Instruments controlled by automatic or autonomous motion: 306 (aeolian harp) --
CLASS V: ELECTROPHONIC INSTRUMENTS --
CLASS VI: ACCESSORIES --
Bows: 307 (bumbass bow), 265b (lyra bow), 304b (nyckelharpa bow), 284b (hardangerfele bow), 309 (viol bow), 310 (violin bow), 311 (bass viol bow), 312 (violin bow), 282b (viole d'amour bow), 292b (tromba marina bow), 288b (double bass bow) --
Miscellaneous: 313 (stage harp), 314 (portion of tibia) --
APPENDICES --
A: Scaling of Praetorius' drawings --
B: Sizes and tunings of viols of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries --
C: Basic proportions of viols --
D: The polydiapasonal scale --
E: Nomenclature of violins in Monteverdi's Orpheo and Praetorius' Syntagma Musicum (Volumes I, II, and III) --
NOTES --
BIBLIOGRAPHY --
INDEX.
Responsibility: by Nicholas Bessaraboff. With a preface by Edwin J. Hipkiss and a foreword by Canon Francis W. Galpin.

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