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Musical instruments, historic, rare and unique

Alfred J. Hipkins

Musical instruments, historic, rare and unique

by Alfred J. Hipkins

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Published by A. and C. Black in Edinburgh .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • Musical instruments.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementthe selection, introduction and descriptive notes by A.J. Hipkins ... illustrated by a series of fifty plates in colours, drawn by William Gibb.
    ContributionsGibb, William, illus.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML462 .H66
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxix, 107 p.
    Number of Pages107
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6906969M
    LC Control Number01016377

    Details Additional Identification Number. ACCESS ID Collection Code. EP Collection Name. Ephemera collection. Reference Code. EP There probably is no such thing as the ‘rarest instrument’ but there is one musical instrument that stands out and comes closer than all other instruments. Why? Because this instrument is so rare that no one knows exactly what it sounds like. No c.

    Within the museum lies an exhibition of rare and ancient musical instruments from different historical periods and large diasporas to be explored during an experiential tour with innovative technology. Tours are suitable for all ages and are offered to both individuals and groups. The museum interior has an impressive architectural structure. As with the Strad Fest L.A., historic musical instruments again grabbed the spotlight. A reviewer claimed they “were hardly up to the quality of the Berlin Philharmonic’s usual instruments; yet the players did much more than rise to the occasion.”.

    Perhaps the most important early historian for keyboard instruments was Alfred Hipkins of Broadwoods. He compiled the catalogue for the International Inventions Exhibition, and used this experience for his book ‘Musical Instruments – Historic, Rare, and Unique’. 19th Century (s) Musical Instruments: rope tension drums, bugles, fifes, harmonicas, etc. As used during the American Civil War, Victorian, Indian Wars, Old West and Edwardian periods.


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"Musical Instruments, Historic, Rare and Unique ", by A. Hipkins, Illustrated by William Gibb Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black, Limited first edition of copies. Musical Instruments Historic, Rare and Unique by A. Hipkins, Illustrated by William Gibb published by Adam and Charles Black, London () Nearly year-old original offset lithographs after chromolithographs Sheet size: 8 x 12 inches (note: we also have many chromolithograph prints from the larger first edition).

The Company. The Renaissance Workshop Company Ltd. (RWC) is the world’s largest specialist manufacturer of historical instruments for early music, all based on existing originals or relevant iconography, meticulously researched and handmade in our own workshops by a small team of dedicated craftsmen who have many years experience.

RWC manufactures, for historical performance, a wide. Word list of rare and obscure musical instruments. Unusual Musical Instruments. Musical instruments are diverse in form and function, and over the centuries, there have probably been thousands of different instruments and variants within the basic categories of wind, string, and percussion, not to mention more recent electronic inventions.

Musical Instruments Historic, Rare and Unique by A. J. Hipkins, Illustrated by William Gibb published by Adam and Charles Black, Edinburgh (First Edition, —only 1, impressions made) Original Stone Color Lithographs (Chromolithographs) • Sheet size: 11 x 16 inches.

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