American Musical Instrument Society
In this issue
The Pérez de Lara Family, Mexican Organ and Piano Builders
Edward Charles Pepe
Thomas Loud, Immigrant Piano Builder in America, from Clementi, London
A Nineteenth-Century Maltese Bagpipe in the Metropolitan Museum Collection
Anna Borg Cardona
The Early Evolution of the Saxophone Mouthpiece
Timothy R. Rose
Amateurs, Autodidacts, and the First Decade of Classical Guitar-Making in Britain
Carleen Maley Hutchins: Reconsidering the Legacy of a Luthier and Acoustician
Allison A. Alcorn
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