American Musical Instrument Society
In this issue
Lutherie and Luthiers in Late-Renaissance and Baroque Rome: Archival Investigations
The Production of Stringed Instruments in Tuscany: Insights into the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries
Maria da Gloria Leitao Venceslau
From Countryside to Capital: The Tomschik Family of Wind-Instrument Makers
On the Dating of Wind Instruments Marked “Triebert”
David José Rubio, English Gentleman Luthier: An Identity Born in the USA
The Journal of the American Musical Instrument Society is an annual publication. Approximately 200 pages in length, it contains 3–6 articles, book reviews, a list of recent publications concerning musical instruments, and other notices and relevant advertisements.
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An index to the first twenty volumes (1975-1994) was published in 1997, listing articles, reviews, and communications. The ONLINE INDEX found here has been updated to cover volumes 1-32 (1975-2006).