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The CCFCS collection of musical instruments

Roy W. Gibbons

The CCFCS collection of musical instruments

by Roy W. Gibbons

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Published by National Museums of Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Musical instruments -- Ontario -- Ottawa -- Catalogs and collections.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRoy W. Gibbons.
    SeriesMercury series, Paper / Canadian Centre for Folk Culture Studies -- no. 43-45, Paper (Canadian Centre for Folk Culture Studies) -- no. 43, etc.
    ContributionsCanadian Centre for Folk Culture Studies.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML462.O85 C3 1982
    The Physical Object
    Pagination3 v. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14769955M

    This book arose in response to a specific, personal need. In many years of composing and teaching musical composition at various levels, I was repeatedly struck by the dearth of practical information about how music is constructed. There are good texts available on harmony, counterpoint, and. The Stearns Collection of Musical Instruments comprises over 2, pieces of historical and contemporary musical instruments from all over the world. Built on an initial gift from Frederick Stearns in , the Collection is internationally renowned for its surprising diversity – no other major university collection has such a thorough.

    View musical instruments from around the world, ranging from ancient times to the late twentieth century. The Museum is home to over 1, instruments, including many European and American examples, as well as numerous pieces from Asia, the Middle East, Africa, and the Americas. Instruments Learn and Listen by Instrument! Click on the links below to sample sounds and learn more about all of the instruments played by our Dallas Symphony Orchestra musicians.

    Erich Lachmann collection of historical stringed musical instruments by Erich Lachmann and a great selection of related books, in a paper binder with the same cover illustration as the book. (12 1/2 x 17 1/2 inches, the tipped-in photos are 7 1/2 x 11 inches, paper binder a bit worn). Seller Inventory # Many wind instruments depend on a thin, flexible sheet called a reed to produce a musical sound. Reeds used to be always made of cane. These days they can also be made of other materials such as plastic, metal and wood. Instruments can single­reed, double­reed or free­reed. Musical InstrumentsFile Size: 1MB.


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As the title suggests, this volume presents those instruments commonly referred to as percussion instruments. The CCFCS Collection of Musical Instruments: Volume Three, Chordophonesis the last in a series of three catalogues presenting the complete collection of musical instruments of the Canadian Centre for Folk Culture Studies (CCFCS).

As the title suggests, this volume presents those instruments commonly referred to as the strings. The CCFCS Collection of Musical Instruments: Volume Two, Idiophones and Membranophones is the second in a series of three catalogues presenting the complete collection of musical instruments of the Canadian Centre for Folk Culture Studies (CCFCS).

As the title suggests, this volume presents those instruments commonly. reed. The tangp'iri is used for Chinese music with heptatonic scales. The hyangp'iri and sep'iri are used for playing Korean music with pentatonic scales. CCFCS has an example of each cylindrical bore (Plate 43). The double reeds of all specimens are wrapped with a narrow band of cop- per wire.

The instruments were made in Seoul, Korea in CCFCS collection of musical instruments. Ottawa: National Museums of Canada, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Roy W Gibbons; Canadian Centre.

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Gibbons. The CCFCS Collection of Musical Instruments: 3-Vol. Set. Regular price $ Sale price $ Sale. Add to cart GIBBONS, Roy W. Ottawa: National Museum of Man, National Museums of Canada. – Mercury Series, Canadian Centre for Folk Culture Studies, Papers No. The CCFCS Collection of Musical Instruments: Volume II, Idiophones and Membranophones.

Ottawa: National Museums of Canada. (Mercury Series, Canadian Centre for Folk Culture Studies; 44). The paper version is out of print Available in English only.

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