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INDEX

Articles are indexed from Volume 1 (1975) through Volume 32 (2006)

Reviews are indexed from Volume 1 (1975) through Volume 42 (2016)

This index consists of separate sections for articles and reviews. For articles there are three alphabetical lists, arranged respectively by author, title, and subject matter. (Letters to the editor appear under "Communications" in the title list, with a cross-reference from the writer's name, but are not included in the subject index.) The three lists for reviews provide access by author, title, and reviewer. Lists of recent publications, though appearing in every volume, are not included.

In all entries, volume, year, and page references take the form volume (year): page (using arabic numerals throughout). The Journal is also indexed in RILM Abstracts of Music Literature and The Music Index.

Editors

  • Thomas Forrest Kelly 1 (1975) - 4 (1978)

  • William E. Hettrick 5-6 (1979-80) - 11 (1985)

  • Martha Maas 12 (1986) - 15 (1989)

  • Arthur Lawrence 16 (1990) - 18 (1992)

  • William E. Hettrick interim editor 18 (1992)

  • Martha Novak Clinkscale 19 (1993) - 22 (1996)

  • Thomas G. MacCracken 23 (1997) - 32 (2006)

  • Janet K. Page 33 (2007) - 37 (2011)

  • Allison A. Alcorn 38 (2012) - 43 (2017)

  • James B. Kopp 44 (2018) -

Associate Editor

  • Carolyn Bryant 28 (2002)- 

Review Editors

  • Jane Bowers 3 (1977) - 7 (1981)

  • Martha Maas 8 (1982) - 11 (1985)

  • Kenton T. Meyer 12 (1986) - 23 (1997)

  • Carolyn Bryant 24 (1998) - 29 (2003)

  • Janet K. Page 30 (2004) - 32 (2006)

  • James B. Kopp 33 (2007) - 36 (2010)

  • Albert R. Rice 37 (2011) - 

Articles by Author

 

Adkins, Cecil. The German Oboe in the Eighteenth Century. 27 (2001): 5–47.

Adkins, Cecil. Oboes Beyond Compare: The Instruments of Hendrik and Fredrik Richters. 16 (1990): 42–117.

Adkins, Cecil. Proportions and Architectural Motives in the Design of the Eighteenth-Century Oboe. 25 (1999): 95–132.

Adkins, Cecil. William Milhouse and the English Classical Oboe. 22 (1996): 42–88. 

Adkins, Cecil, and Alis Dickinson. Miniaturization of the Positive Organ, 1570–1750. 14 (1988): 5–37.

Adkins, Cecil, and Alis Dickinson. A Trumpet by Any Other Name: Toward an Etymology of the Trumpet Marine. 8 (1982): 5–15.

Banks, Margaret Downie, and James W. Jordan. C. G. Conn: The Man (1844–1931) and His Company (1874–1915). 14 (1988): 61–113.

Banks, Margaret Downie, see also Downie, Margaret Anne.

Barbieri, Patrizio. Giambattista Della Porta’s “Singing” Hydraulis and Other Expressive Devices for the Organ, c. 1560–1860. 32 (2006): 145–166.

Barbieri, Patrizio. Musical Instruments and Players in J.-A. Charles’s Acoustique(Paris, c. 1787–1802) and Other French Technical Sources. 23 (1997):94–120.

Barnett, Gregory. The Violoncello da Spalla: Shouldering the Cello in the Baroque Era. 24 (1998): 81–106.

Barry, Wilson. Henri Arnaut de Zwolle’s Clavicordium and the Origin of the Chekker. 11 (1985): 5–13.

Barry, Wilson. The Lodewyk Theewes Claviorganum and its Position in the History of Keyboard Instruments. 16 (1990): 5–41.

Barry, Wilson. The Scaling of Flemish Virginals and Harpsichords. 17 (1991): 115–35.

Barry, Wilson. Theophilus on Making Organ Pipes. 15 (1989): 74–89.

Beare, Charles, see Communications.

Bernardini, Alfredo. Woodwind Makers in Venice, 1790–1900. 15 (1989): 52–73.

Bloom, Peter H., see Communications.

Bonta, Stephen. Catline Strings Revisited. 14 (1988): 38–60.

Bonta, Stephen. From Violone to Violoncello: A Question of Strings? 3 (1977): 64–99.

Bonta, Stephen. Terminology for the Bass Violin in Seventeenth-Century Italy. 4 (1978): 5–42.

Borg-Cardona, Anna. The Maltese Friction Drum. 28 (2002): 174–210.

Boutersee, Jan. The Deutsche Schalmeien of Richard Haka. 25 (1999): 61–94.

Bouterse, Jan, see Communications.

Bowers, Jane. New Light on the Development of the Transverse Flute between about 1650 and about 1770. 3 (1977): 5–56.

Bowles, Edmund A. Iconography as a Tool for Examining the Loud Consort in the Fifteenth Century. 3 (1977): 100–21.

Bowles, Edmund A. Mendelssohn, Schumann, and Ernst Pfundt: A Pivotal Relationship between Two Composers and a Timpanist. 24 (1998): 5–26.

Bowles, Edmund A. Nineteenth-Century Innovations in the Use and Construction of the Timpani. 5–6 (1979–80): 74–143.

Bowles, Edmund A. On Using the Proper Tympani in the Performance of Baroque Music. 2 (1976): 56–68.

Brauchli, Bernard. Aspects of Early Keyboard Technique: Hand and Finger Positions, as Seen in Early Treatises and Iconographical Documents. Part 1, 18 (1992): 62–102; Part 2, 20 (1994): 90–110.

Brauchli, Bernard. The Clavichord in Christian Friedrich Gottlieb Thon’s Keyboard Manual, Ueber Klavierinstrumente (1817). 9 (1983): 68–88.

Brown, Howard Mayer. Notes (and Transposing Notes) on the Transverse Flute in the Early Sixteenth Century. 12 (1986): 5–39.

Bryant, Wanda. The Keyless Double Reed Aerophone: Its Usage, Construction, and Worldwide Distribution. 16 (1990): 132–76.

Bukalski, Peter J., see Rice, Albert R., and Peter J. Bukalski.

Carter, Stewart. The Gütter Family: Wind Instrument Makers and Dealers to the Moravian Brethren in America. 27 (2001): 48–83.

Charry, Eric. West African Harps. 20 (1994): 5–53.

Chow, Fong. Han Dynasty Musicians and Instruments. 1 (1975): 113–25.

Clinkscale, Martha Novak, see Communications.

Cohen, Albert. Jean Marius’ Clavecin brisé and Clavecin à maillets Revisited: The “Dossier Marius” at the Paris Academy of Sciences. 13 (1987): 23–38.

Coltman, John W. Theobald Boehm and the Scale of the Modern Flute. 9 (1983): 89–111.

Coltman, John W., see Communications.

Crane, Frederick. Tobias Schönfeld’s Compendium instrumentorum musicalium(Liegnitz, 1625). 5–6 (1979–80): 37–41.

Crane, Frederick, see Communications.

Davis, Shelley. The Orchestra under Clemens Wenzeslaus: Music at a Late-Eighteenth-Century Court. 1 (1975): 86–112.

DeVale, Sue Carole. Musical Instruments and Ritual: A Systematic Approach. 14 (1988): 126–60.

Dickinson, Alis, see Adkins, Cecil, and Alis Dickinson.

Dobney, Jayson. The Creation of the Trap Set and its Development Before 1920. 30 (2004): 24–56.

Dowd, William R. A Classification System for Ruckers and Couchet Double Harpsichords. 4 (1978): 106–13.

Downie, Margaret Anne. The Modern Greek Lyra. 5–6 (1979–80): 144–65.

Downie, Margaret, see also Banks, Margaret Downie.

Dudgeon, Ralph T. Joseph Haliday, Inventor of the Keyed Bugle. 9 (1983): 53–67.

Eliason, Robert E. Brasses with Both Keys and Valves. 2 (1976): 69–85.

Eliason, Robert E. Bugles Beyond Compare: The Presentation E-flat Keyed Bugle in Mid-Nineteenth-Century America. 31 (2005): 67–132.

Eliason, Robert E. Charles G. Christman, Musical Instrument Maker in Nineteenth-Century New York. 27 (2001): 84–120.

Eliason, Robert E. The Dresden Key Bugle. 3 (1977): 57–63.

Eliason, Robert E. George Catlin, Hartford Musical Instrument Maker. Part 1, 8 (1982): 16–37; Part 2, 9 (1983): 21–52.

Eliason, Robert E. Letters to Marsh & Chase from Graves & Company, Musical Instrument Makers. 4 (1978): 43–53.

Eliason, Robert E. The Meachams, Musical Instrument Makers of Hartford and Albany. 5–6 (1979–80): 54–73.

Eliason, Robert E. Rhodolph Hall: Nineteenth-Century Keyed Bugle, Cornet, and Clarinet Soloist. 29 (2003): 5–71.

Eliason, Robert E., see Communications.

Ellsworth, Jane. Early American Clarinet Makers and Sellers, 1761–1820. 32 (2006): 80–123.

Germann, Sheridan. Regional Schools of Harpsichord Decoration. 4 (1978): 54–105.

Gétreau, Florence. Recent Research about the Voboam Family and Their Guitars. 31 (2005): 5–66.

Good, Edwin M., see Communications.

Greenberg, Michael D. The Double-Bass Class at the Paris Conservatory, 1826–1832. 26 (2000): 83–140.

Greenberg, Michael D. Musical Instruments in the Archives of the French Court: The Argenterie, Menus Plaisirs et Affaires de la Chambre, 1733–1792. 32 (2006): 5–79.

Greenberg, Michael D., see Communications.

Griswold, Harold E. Changes in the Tonal Character of the Eighteenth-Century French Bassoon. 14 (1988): 114–25.

Haefer, J. Richard. North American Indian Musical Instruments: Some Organological Distribution Problems. 1 (1975): 56–85.

Hartley, John D., see Payne, Richard W., and John D. Hartley.

Haynes, Bruce. Johann Sebastian Bach’s Pitch Standards: The Woodwind Perspective. 11 (1985): 55–114.

Haynes, Bruce. Questions of Tonality in Bach’s Cantatas: The Woodwind Perspective. 12 (1986): 40–67.

Haynes, Bruce. “Sweeter than Hautbois”: Towards a Conception of the Schalmey of the Baroque Period. 26 (2000): 57–82.

Hettrick, William E. The Dolceola: A Story of Musical Enterprise in Toledo, Ohio. 26 (2000): 141–186.

Hettrick, William E. Harry Edward Freund’s Great Square-Piano Bonfire: A Tale Told in the Press. 30 (2004): 57–97.

Hettrick, William E. Identifying and Defining the Ruszpfeif: Some Observations and Etymological Theories. 17 (1991): 53–68.

Hettrick, William E., see Communications.

Heyde, Herbert. The Early Berlin Valve and an Unsigned Tuba at the Shrine to Music Museum. 20 (1994): 54–64.

Higbee, Dale. Recorders in Bach Cantata 161, Komm, du süße Todesstunde. 17 (1991): 83–84.

Hoag, Barbara Brewster. A Spanish Clavichord Tuning of the Seventeenth Century. 2 (1976): 86–95.

Hoover, Cynthia Adams. The Steinways and Their Pianos in the Nineteenth Century. 7 (1981): 47–89.

Howe, Robert S. The Invention and Early Development of the Saxophone, 1840–55. 29 (2003): 97–180.

Howe, Robert, see Communications.

Howe, Robert, and Peter Hurd. The Heckelphone at 100. 30 (2004): 98–165.

Howell, Standley. Paulus Paulirinus of Prague on Musical Instruments. 5–6 (1979–80): 9–36.

Howell, Standley. Ramos de Pareja’s “Brief Discussion of Various Instruments”. 11 (1985): 14–37.

Huehns, Colin. Dating Old Huqin: New Research on Examples of pre-1949 Instruments in Three Major British Collections. 28 (2002): 118–173.

Hurd, Peter, see Howe, Robert.

Johnson, Henry M. The Koto: Musical Instrument, Material Culture, and Meaning. 23 (1997): 56–93.

Johnson, Henry M. Traditions Old and New: Continuity, Change, and Innovation in Japanese Koto-Related Zithers. 29 (2003): 181–229.

Joppig, Gunther. Sarrusophone, Rothphone (Saxorusophone), and Reed Contrabass. 12 (1986): 68–106.

Jordan, James W., see Banks, Margaret Downie, and James W. Jordan.

Kaufman, Charles H. Musical-Instrument Makers in New Jersey, 1796–1860. 2 (1976): 5–33.

Klaus, Sabine K. German Square and Harp-Shaped Pianos with Stoßmechanik in American Collections: Distinguishing Characteristics of Regional Types in the Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries. 27 (2001): 120–182.

Klaus, Sabine K. German Square Pianos with Prellmechanik in Major American Museum Collections: Distinguishing Characteristics of Regional Schools in the Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries. 24 (1998): 27–80.

Klitz, Brian. The Bassoon in Chamber Music of the Seventeenth Century. 9 (1983): 5–20.

Koeppe, Douglas. see Communications.

Kopp, James B. Notes on the Bassoon in Seventeenth-Century France. 17 (1991): 85–114.

Kopp, James B. Precursors of the Bassoon in France before Louis XIV. 28 (2002): 63–117.

Koster, John. The Divided Bridge, Due Tension, and Rational Striking Point in Early English Grand Pianos. 23 (1997): 5–55.

Koster, John. Michael Praetorius’s Pfeifflin zur Choprmaß. 30 (2004): 5–23.

Koster, John, see Communications.

Lehman, Robert A. Preparation and Management of a Descriptive Inventory for a Collection of Flutes. 12 (1986): 137–48.

Kuronen, Darcy. Early Violin Making in New England. 28 (2002): 5–62.

Kuronen, Darcy. James A. Bazin and the Development of Free-Reed Instruments in America. 31 (2005): 133–182.

Kuronen, Darcy, see Communications.

Levin, Simon. Collecting of Musical Instruments in Russia and the Soviet Union. 16 (1990): 118–31.

Libin, Laurence. John Huber Revisited. 20 (1994): 73–83.

Libin, Laurence. John Huber’s Pianos in Context. 19 (1993): 5–37.

Libin, Laurence. Progress, Adaptation, and the Evolution of Musical Instruments. 26 (2000): 187–213.

Lott, R. Allen. Chickering, Steinway, and Three Nineteenth-Century European Piano Virtuosos. 21 (1995): 65–85.

Maas, Martha. The Phorminx in Classical Greece. 2 (1976): 34–55.

Marissen, Michael. Organological Questions and Their Significance in J. S. Bach’s Fourth Brandenburg Concerto. 17 (1991): 5–52.

Martin, Lynn Wood. The Colonna-Stella Sambuca lincea, an Enharmonic Keyboard Instrument. 10 (1984): 5–21.

Matusky, Patricia. Musical Instruments and Musicians of the Malay Shadow Puppet Theater. 8 (1982): 38–68.

McGeary, Thomas. German-Austrian Keyboard Temperaments and Tuning Methods, 1770–1840: Evidence from Contemporary Sources. 15 (1989): 90–118.

McGeary, Thomas. Harpsichord Mottoes. 7 (1981): 5–35.

Meer, John Henry van der. The Typology and History of the Bass Clarinet. 13 (1987): 65–88.

Meer, John Henry van der, see Communications.

Mobbs, Kenneth, see Communications.

Oleskiewicz, Mary. A Museum, a World War, and a Rediscovery: Flutes by Quantz and Others from the Hohenzollern Museum. 24 (1998): 107–145.

Olsen, Dale A. The Flutes of El Dorado: An Archaeomusicological Investigation of the Tairona Civilization of Colombia. 12 (1986): 107–36.

Owen, Barbara, see Communications.

Pascual, Beryl Kenyon de. The One-Man Band in Eighteenth-Century Spain and Instrument No. 89.4.1039. 20 (1994): 65–72.

Payne, Richard W. Indian Flutes of the Southwest. 15 (1989): 5–31.

Payne, Richard W., and John D. Hartley. Pre-Columbian Flutes of Mesoamerica. 18 (1992): 22–61.

Peppers, Emily. Richard Hume and Viol Making in Early Sixteenth-Century Britain. 32 (2006): 124–144

Pinel, Stephen L. Thomas and William Robjohn: A Study of Innovative Organ Building. 19 (1993): 65–104.

Pollens, Stewart. The Bonafinis Spinet: An Early Harpsichord Converted into a Tangent Piano. 13 (1987): 5–22.

Pollens, Stewart. The Pianos of Bartolomeo Cristofori. 10 (1984): 32–68.

Poulin, Pamela L. Anton Stadler’s Basset Clarinet: Recent Discoveries in Riga. 22 (1996): 110–127.

Poulin, Pamela L., see Communications.

Powell, Ardal. The Tromlitz Flute. 22 (1996): 89–109.

Powley, Harrison. The Drum Tablature Tradition of American Military Music of the Early Nineteenth Century: Levi Lovering’s The Drummers Assistant, or the Art of Drumming Made Easy. 21 (1995): 5–29.

Quigley, Sam. The Raffles Gamelan at Claydon House. 22 (1996): 5–41.

Rice, Albert R. The Clarinet as Described by Lorents Nicolai Berg (1782). 5–6 (1979–80): 42–53.

Rice, Albert R. The Musical Instrument Collection of Michiel van Bolhuis (1764). 18 (1992): 5–21.

Rice, Albert R., see Communications.

Rice, Albert R., and Peter J. Bukalski. Two Reed Contrabasses (Contrabassi ad ancia) at Claremont. 11 (1985): 115–22.

Rice, John A. Anton Walter, Instrument Maker to Leopold II. 15 (1989): 32–51.

Rice, John A. Stein’s “Favorite Instrument”: A Vis-à-vis Piano-Harpsichord in Naples. 21 (1995): 30–64.

Richards, James H. Reed Organ Coverage in The New Grove. 8 (1982): 69–78.

Schechter, John M. The Diatonic Harp in Ecuador: Historical Background and Modern Traditions. Part 1, 10 (1984): 97–118; Part 2, 11 (1985): 123–73.

Schott, Howard M., see Communications.

Selch, Frederick R. Some Moravian Makers of Bowed Stringed Instruments. 19 (1993): 38–64.

Semmens, Richard. The Bassoons in Marin Mersenne’s Harmonie universelle (1636). 10 (1984): 22–31.

Signell, Karl. The Mystique of the Shakuhachi. 7 (1981): 90–98.

Simonson, Linda. A Burmese Arched Harp (Saùng-gauk) and Its Pervasive Buddhist Symbolism. 13 (1987): 39–64.

Snedeker, Jeffrey L. Fétis and the “Meifred” Horn. 23 (1997): 121–146.

Spohr, Peter. Some Early American Boehm Flutes. 25 (1999): 5–30.

Stewart, Gary M. The Restoration of a 1608 Trombone by Jacob Bauer, Nuremberg. 8 (1982): 79–92.

Sutherland, David. Bartolomeo Cristofori’s Paired Cembalos of 1726. 26 (2000): 5–56.

Thompson, Susan E. Deutsche Schalmei: A Question of Terminology. 25 (1999): 31–60.

Thompson, Susan E., see Communications.

Topham, John. A Dendrochronological Study of Violins Made by Antonio Stradivari. 29 (2003): 72–96.

Tyler, James, see Communications.

Vance, Stuart-Morgan. Carte’s Flute Patents of the Mid-Nineteenth Century and Related Systems. 13 (1987): 89–106.

Vogel, Benjamin. Two Tangent Square Pianos in Poland. 20 (1994): 84–89.

Watson, John R. Historical Musical Instruments: A Claim to Use, an Obligation to Preserve. 17 (1991): 69–82.

White, Paul. Early Bassoon Reeds: A Survey of Some Important Examples. 10 (1984): 69–96.

Williams, Peter. Was Johann Sebastian Bach an Organ Expert or an Acquisitive Reader of Andreas Werckmeister? 11 (1985): 38–54.

Witten, Laurence C., II. Apollo, Orpheus, and David. 1 (1975): 5–55.

Young, Phillip T. A Bass Clarinet by the Mayrhofers of Passau. 7 (1981): 36–46.

Articles by title

 

Anton Stadler’s Basset Clarinet: Recent Discoveries in Riga. Pamela L.Poulin. 22 (1996): 110–127.

Anton Walter, Instrument Maker to Leopold II. John A. Rice. 15 (1989): 32–51.

Apollo, Orpheus, and David. Laurence C. Witten, II. 1 (1975): 5–55.

Aspects of Early Keyboard Technique: Hand and Finger Positions, as Seen in Early Treatises and Iconographical Documents. Bernard Brauchli. Part 1, 18 (1992): 62–102; Part 2, 20 (1994): 90–110.

Bartolomeo Cristofori’s Paired Cembalos of 1726. David Sutherland. 26 (2000): 5–56.

A Bass Clarinet by the Mayrhofers of Passau. Phillip T. Young. 7 (1981): 36–46.

The Bassoon in Chamber Music of the Seventeenth Century. Brian Klitz. 9 (1983): 5–20.

The Bassoons in Marin Mersenne’s Harmonie universelle (1636). Richard Semmens. 10 (1984): 22–31.

The Bonafinis Spinet: An Early Harpsichord Converted into a Tangent Piano.Stewart Pollens. 13 (1987): 5–22.

Brasses with Both Keys and Valves. Robert E. Eliason. 2 (1976): 69–85.

Bugles Beyond Compare: The Presentation E-flat Keyed Bugle in Mid-Nineteenth-Century America. Robert E. Eliason. 31 (2005): 76–132.

A Burmese Arched Harp (Saùng-gauk) and Its Pervasive Buddhist Symbolism.Linda Simonson. 13 (1987): 39–64.

Cabinets and Other Pianos. Edwin M. Good. See Communications.

Carte’s Flute Patents of the Mid-Nineteenth Century and Related Systems.Stuart-Morgan Vance. 13 (1987): 89–106.

Catline Strings Revisited. Stephen Bonta. 14 (1988): 38–60.

C. G. Conn: The Man (1844–1931) and His Company (1874–1915). Margaret Downie Banks and James W. Jordan. 14 (1988): 61–113.

Changes in the Tonal Character of the Eighteenth-Century French Bassoon.Harold E. Griswold. 14 (1988): 114–25.

Charles G. Christman, Musical Instrument Maker in Nineteenth-Century New York. Robert E. Eliason. 27 (2001): 84–120.

Chickering, Steinway, and Three Nineteenth-Century European Piano Virtuosos. R. Allen Lott. 21 (1995): 65–85.

Chinese Instruments from the Galpin Collection at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. Darcy Kuronen. See Communications.

The Clarinet as Described by Lorents Nicolai Berg (1782). Albert R. Rice. 5–6 (1979–80): 42–53.

A Classification System for Ruckers and Couchet Double Harpsichords. William R. Dowd. 4 (1978): 106–13.

The Clavichord in Christian Friedrich Gottlieb Thon’s Keyboard Manual, Ueber Klavierinstrumente (1817). Bernard Brauchli. 9 (1983): 68–88.

Collecting of Musical Instruments in Russia and the Soviet Union. Simon Levin. 16 (1990): 118–31.

The Colonna-Stella Sambuca lincea, an Enharmonic Keyboard Instrument. Lynn Wood Martin. 10 (1984): 5–21.

Communications

Beare, Charles. 13 (1987): 129 [comments on Myron Rosenblum’s review of Alte Meistergeigen: Beschreibungen, Expertisen, vol. 5–8, JAMIS 12 (1986): 166–67].

Bloom, Peter H. Thomas Ryan Identified. 30 (2004): 190 [comments on Robert E. Eliason’s article, “Rhodolph Hall: Nineteenth-Century Keyed Bugle, Cornet, and Clarinet Soloist,” JAMIS 29 (2003): 5–71].

Bouterse, Jan. 26 (2000): 243–50 [expands on the final footnote of his article, “The Deutsche Schalmeien of Richard Haka,” JAMIS 25 (1999): 61–94, regarding Haka’s sale of instruments to the Swedish navy, giving a facsimile and transcription of his newly-discovered invoice dated 1685 together with some preliminary comments on it].

Clinkscale, Martha Novak. Pianos for the Cabinet. 21 (1995): 89–93 [responds to Communication from Kenneth Mobbs, JAMIS 20 (1994): 130–31].

Coltman, John W. 12 (1986): 177–78 [urges JAMIS to adopt the U.S.A. National Standards Institute system of pitch designation].

Crane, Frederick. 3 (1977): 137–138 [provides corrections to Fong Chow’s article, “Han Dynasty Musicians and Instruments,” JAMIS 1 (1975): 113–25].

Eliason, Robert E. 4 (1978): 143 [provides a correction to his article, “The Dresden Key Bugle,” JAMIS 3 (1977): 57–63].

Eliason, Robert E. More on Echo-Cornets. 30 (2004): 193–96 [provides an addendum to his article, “Rhodolph Hall: Nineteenth-Century Keyed Bugle, Cornet, and Clarinet Soloist,” JAMIS 29 (2003): 5–71].

Good, Edwin M. Cabinets and Other Pianos. 21 (1995): 86–89 [responds to Communication from Kenneth Mobbs, JAMIS 20 (1994): 130–31].

Greenberg, Michael D. 27 (2001): 216–19 [provides corrections and amplifications to his article “The Double-Bass Class at the Paris Conservatory, 1826–1832,” JAMIS26 (2000): 83–140].

Hettrick, William E. 13 (1987): 131–32 [comments on the proposal that JAMIS adopt the U.S.A. National Standards Institute system of pitch designation].

Howe, Robert. 25 (1999): 164–65 [comments on Cecil Adkins’s article, “William Milhouse and the English Classical Oboe,” JAMIS 22 (1996): 42–88.].

Koeppe, Douglas. An Eleven-Key Oboe by C. G. Christman. 30 (2004): 184–89 [provides an addendum to Robert E. Eliason’s article, “Rhodolph Hall: Nineteenth-Century Keyed Bugle, Cornet, and Clarinet Soloist,” JAMIS 29 (2003): 5–71].

Koster, John. 13 (1987): 130–31 [comments on the proposal that JAMIS adopt the U.S.A. National Standards Institute system of pitch designation].

Kuronen, Darcy. Chinese Instruments from the Galpin Collection at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. 29 (2003): 271 [responds to Colin Huehns’s article, “Dating Old Huqin: New Research on Examples of pre-1949 Instruments in Three Major British Collections,” JAMIS 28 (2002): 118–173, noting that many of the instruments shown in Huehns’s figs. 10–11 are in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston].

Meer, John Henry van der. 14 (1988): 187 [provides a correction to his article, “The Typology and History of the Bass Clarinet,” JAMIS 13 (1987): 87].

Mobbs, Kenneth. 23 (1997): 170 [responds to Communications by Edwin M. Good and Martha Novak Clinkscale, JAMIS 21 (1995): 86–93].

Owen, Barbara. 15 (1989): 138 [comments on Cecil Adkins and Alis Dickinson’s article, “Miniaturization of the Positive Organ, 1570–1750,” JAMIS 14 (1988): 5–37].

Poulin, Pamela L. 23 (1997): 171 [provides a correction of fig. 3 in her article, “Anton Stadler’s Basset Clarinet: Recent Discoveries in Riga,” JAMIS 22 (1996): 110–27].

Rice, Albert R. 12 (1986): 176–77 [relates the discovery by Herbert Heyde of Römhilder Kammerrechnungen with reference to Bruce Haynes’s article, “Johann Sebastian Bach’s Pitch Standards: The Woodwind Perspective,” JAMIS 11 (1985): 55–114; provides additional information regarding Rice and Peter J. Bukalski’s article, “Two Reed Contrabasses (Contrabassi ad ancia) at Claremont,” JAMIS 11 (1985): 115–22].

Rice, Albert R. 14 (1988): 187–90 [comments on John Henry van der Meer’s article, JAMIS 13 (1987)].

Rice, Albert R. “T. Ryan” Identified, and an Echo Mute at the Fiske Museum. 30 (2004): 191–92 [comments on Robert E. Eliason’s article, “Rhodolph Hall: Nineteenth-Century Keyed Bugle, Cornet, and Clarinet Soloist,” JAMIS 29 (2003): 5–71].

Schott, Howard M. 13 (1987): 132 [comments on the proposal that JAMIS adopt the U.S.A. National Standards Institute system of pitch designation].

Thompson, Susan E. Smaller than Hautbois: A Fresh Look at James Talbot’s Schalmeye. 28 (2002): 246–60 [provides corrections and amplifications to her article “Deutsche Schalmei: A Question of Terminology,” JAMIS 25 (1999): 31–60, giving a facsimile and diplomatic transcription of Talbot’s discussion of this and related instruments in Oxford, Christ Church Library, Music MS 1187].

Tyler, James. 13 (1987): 128 [responds to Cecil Adkins’s review of the New Grove Dictionary, JAMIS 12 (1986): 149–51].

The Creation of the Trap Set and its Development Before 1920. Jayson Dobney. 30 (2004): 24–56.

Dating Old Huqin: New Research on Examples of pre-1949 Instruments in Three Major British Collections. Colin Huehns. 28 (2002): 118–173.

A Dendrochronological Study of Violins Made by Antonio Stradivari. John Topham. 29 (2003): 72–96.

Deutsche Schalmei: A Question of Terminology. Susan E.Thompson. 25 (1999): 31–60.

The Deutsche Schalmeien of Richard Haka. Jan Boutersee. 25 (1999): 61–94.

The Diatonic Harp in Ecuador: Historical Background and Modern Traditions.John M. Schechter. Part 1, 10 (1984): 97–118; Part 2, 11 (1985): 123–73.

The Divided Bridge, Due Tension, and Rational Striking Point in Early English Grand Pianos. John Koster. 23 (1997): 5–55.

The Dolceola: A Story of Musical Enterprise in Toledo, Ohio. William E. Hettrick. 26 (2000): 141–186.

The Double-Bass Class at the Paris Conservatory, 1826–1832. Michael D. Greenberg. 26 (2000): 83–140.

The Dresden Key Bugle. Robert E. Eliason. 3 (1977): 57–63.

The Drum Tablature Tradition of American Military Music of the Early Nineteenth Century: Levi Lovering’s The Drummers Assistant, or the Art of Drumming Made Easy. Harrison Powley. 21 (1995): 5–29.

Early American Clarinet Makers and Sellers, 1761–1820. Jane Ellsworth. 32 (2006): 80–123.

Early Bassoon Reeds: A Survey of Some Important Examples. Paul White. 10 (1984): 69–96.

The Early Berlin Valve and an Unsigned Tuba at the Shrine to Music Museum.Herbert Heyde. 20 (1994): 54–64.

Early Violin Making in New England. Darcy Kuronen. 28 (2002): 5–62.

An Eleven-Key Oboe by C. G. Christman. Douglas Koeppe. See Communications.

Fétis and the “Meifred” Horn. Jeffrey L. Snedeker. 23 (1997): 121–146.

The Flutes of El Dorado: An Archaeomusicological Investigation of the Tairona Civilization of Colombia. Dale A. Olsen. 12 (1986): 107–36.

From Violone to Violoncello: A Question of Strings? Stephen Bonta. 3 (1977): 64–99.

George Catlin, Hartford Musical Instrument Maker. Robert E. Eliason. Part 1, 8 (1982): 16–37; Part 2, 9 (1983): 21–52.

German-Austrian Keyboard Temperaments and Tuning Methods, 1770–1840: Evidence from Contemporary Sources. Thomas McGeary. 15 (1989): 90–118.

The German Oboe in the Eighteenth Century. Cecil Adkins. 27 (2001): 5–47.

German Square and Harp-Shaped Pianos with Stoßmechanik in American Collections: Distinguishing Characteristics of Regional Types in the Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries. Sabine K. Klaus. 27 (2001): 120–182.

German Square Pianos with Prellmechanik in Major American Museum Collections: Distinguishing Characteristics of Regional Schools in the Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries. Sabine K. Klaus. 24 (1998): 27–80.

Giambattista Della Porta’s “Singing” Hydraulis and Other Expressive Devices for the Organ, c. 1560–1860. Patrizio Barbieri. 32 (2006): 145–166.

The Gütter Family: Wind Instrument Makers and Dealers to the Moravian Brethren in America. Stewart Carter. 27 (2001): 48–83.

Han Dynasty Musicians and Instruments. Fong Chow. 1 (1975): 113–25.

Harpsichord Mottoes. Thomas McGeary. 17 (1981): 5–35.

Harry Edward Freund’s Great Square-Piano Bonfire: A Tale Told in the Press. William E. Hettrick. 30 (2004): 57–97.

The Heckelphone at 100. Robert Howe and Peter Hurd. 30 (2004): 98–165.

Henri Arnaut de Zwolle’s Clavicordium and the Origin of the Chekker. Wilson Barry. 11 (1985): 5– 13.

Historical Musical Instruments: A Claim to Use, an Obligation to Preserve. John R. Watson. 17 (1991): 69–82.

Iconography as a Tool for Examining the Loud Consort in the Fifteenth Century.Edmund A. Bowles. 3 (1977): 100–121.

Identifying and Defining the Ruszpfeif: Some Observations and Etymological Theories. William E. Hettrick. 17 (1991): 53–68.

Indian Flutes of the Southwest. Richard W. Payne. 15 (1989): 5–31.

The Invention and Early Development of the Saxophone, 1840–55. Robert S. Howe. 29 (2003): 97–180.

James A. Bazin and the Development of Free-Reed Instruments in America. Darcy Kuronen. 31 (2005): 133–182.

Jean Marius’ Clavecin brisé and Clavecin à maillets Revisited: The “Dossier Marius” at the Paris Academy of Sciences. Albert Cohen. 13 (1987): 23–38.

Johann Sebastian Bach’s Pitch Standards: The Woodwind Perspective. Bruce Haynes. 11 (1985): 55–114.

John Huber Revisited. Laurence Libin. 20 (1994): 73–83.

John Huber’s Pianos in Context. Laurence Libin. 19 (1993): 5–37.

Joseph Haliday, Inventor of the Keyed Bugle. Ralph T. Dudgeon. 9 (1983): 53–67.

The Keyless Double Reed Aerophone: Its Usage, Construction, and Worldwide Distribution. Wanda Bryant. 16 (1990): 132–76.

The Koto: Musical Instrument, Material Culture, and Meaning. Henry M. Johnson. 23 (1997): 56–93.

Letters to Marsh & Chase from Graves & Company, Musical Instrument Makers.Robert E. Eliason. 4 (1978): 43–53.

The Lodewyk Theewes Claviorganum and its Position in the History of Keyboard Instruments. Wilson Barry. 16 (1990): 5–41.

The Maltese Friction Drum. Anna Borg-Cardona. 28 (2002): 174–210.

The Meachams, Musical Instrument Makers of Hartford and Albany. Robert E. Eliason. 5–6 (1979–80): 54–73.

Mendelssohn, Schumann, and Ernst Pfundt: A Pivotal Relationship between Two Composers and a Timpanist. Edmund A. Bowles. 24 (1998): 5–26.

Michael Praetorius’s Pfeifflin zur Chormaß. John Koster. 30 (2004): 5–23.

Miniaturization of the Positive Organ, 1570–1750. Cecil Adkins and Alis Dickinson. 14 (1988): 5–37.

The Modern Greek Lyra. Margaret Anne Downie. 5–6 (1979–80): 144–65.

More on Echo-Cornets. Robert E. Eliason. See Communications.

A Museum, a World War, and a Rediscovery: Flutes by Quantz and Others from the Hohenzollern Museum. Mary Oleskiewicz. 24 (1998): 107–145.

The Musical Instrument Collection of Michiel van Bolhuis (1764). Albert R. Rice. 18 (1992): 5–21.

Musical-Instrument Makers in New Jersey, 1796–1860. Charles H. Kaufman. 2 (1976): 5–33.

Musical Instruments and Musicians of the Malay Shadow Puppet Theater.Patricia Matusky. 8 (1982): 38–68.

Musical Instruments and Players in J.-A. Charles’s Acoustique (Paris, c. 1787–1802) and Other French Technical Sources. Patrizio Barbieri. 23 (1997):94–120.

Musical Instruments and Ritual: A Systematic Approach. Sue Carole Devale. 14 (1988): 126–60.

Musical Instruments in the Archives of the French Court: The Argenterie,Menus Plaisirs et Affaires de la Chambre, 1733–1792. Michael D. Greenberg. 32 (2006): 5–79.

The Mystique of the Shakuhachi. Karl Signell. 7 (1981): 90–98.

New Light on the Development of the Transverse Flute between about 1650 and about 1770. Jane Bowers. 3 (1977): 5–56.

Nineteenth-Century Innovations in the Use and Construction of the Timpani.Edmund A. Bowles. 5–6 (1979–80): 74–143.

North American Indian Musical Instruments: Some Organological Distribution Problems. J. Richard Haefer. 1 (1975): 56–85.

Notes (and Transposing Notes) on the Transverse Flute in the Early Sixteenth Century. Howard Mayer Brown. 12 (1986): 5–39.

Notes on the Bassoon in Seventeenth-Century France. James B. Kopp. 17 (1991): 85–114.

Oboes Beyond Compare: The Instruments of Hendrik and Fredrik Richters.Cecil Adkins. 16 (1990): 42–117.

The One-Man Band in Eighteenth-Century Spain and Instrument No. 89.4.1039.Beryl Kenyon de Pascual. 20 (1994): 65–72.

On Using the Proper Tympani in the Performance of Baroque Music. Edmund A. Bowles. 2 (1976): 56–68.

The Orchestra under Clemens Wenzeslaus: Music at a Late-Eighteenth-Century Court. Shelley Davis. 1 (1975): 86–112.

Organological Questions and Their Significance in J. S. Bach’s Fourth Brandenburg Concerto. Michael Marissen. 17 (1991): 5–52.

Paulus Paulirinus of Prague on Musical Instruments. Standley Howell. 5–6 (1979–80): 9–36.

The Phorminx in Classical Greece. Martha Maas. 2 (1976): 34–55.

Pianos for the Cabinet. Martha Novak Clinkscale. See Communications.

The Pianos of Bartolomeo Cristofori. Stewart Pollens. 10 (1984): 32–68.

Pre-Columbian Flutes of Mesoamerica. Richard W. Payne and John D. Hartley. 18 (1992): 22–61.

Precursors of the Bassoon in France before Louis XIV. James B. Kopp. 28 (2002): 63–117.

Preparation and Management of a Descriptive Inventory for a Collection of Flutes. Robert A. Lehman. 12 (1986): 137–48.

Progress, Adaptation, and the Evolution of Musical Instruments. Laurence Libin. 26 (2000): 187–213.

Proportions and Architectural Motives in the Design of the Eighteenth-Century Oboe. Cecil Adkins. 25 (1999): 95–132.

Questions of Tonality in Bach’s Cantatas: The Woodwind Perspective. Bruce Haynes. 12 (1986): 40–67.

The Raffles Gamelan at Claydon House. Sam Quigley. 22 (1996): 5–41.

Ramos de Pareja’s “Brief Discussion of Various Instruments”. Standley Howell. 11 (1985): 14–37.

Recent Research about the Voboam Family and Their Guitars. Florence Gétreau. 31 (2005): 5–66.

Recorders in Bach Cantata 161, Komm, du süße Todesstunde. Dale Higbee. 17 (1991): 83–84.

Reed Organ Coverage in The New Grove. James H. Richards. 8 (1982): 69–78.

Regional Schools of Harpsichord Decoration. Sheridan Germann. 4 (1978): 54–105.

The Restoration of a 1608 Trombone by Jacob Bauer, Nuremberg. Gary M. Stewart. 8 (1982): 79–92.

Rhodolph Hall: Nineteenth-Century Keyed Bugle, Cornet, and Clarinet Soloist. Robert E. Eliason. 29 (2003): 5–71.

Richard Hume and Viol Making in Early Sixteenth-Century Britain. Emily Peppers. 32 (2006): 124–144.

Sarrusophone, Rothphone (Saxorusophone), and Reed Contrabass. Gunther Joppig. 12 (1986): 68–106.

The Scaling of Flemish Virginals and Harpsichords. Wilson Barry. 17 (1991): 115–35.

Smaller than Hautbois: A Fresh Look at James Talbot’s Schalmeye. Susan E. Thompson. See Communications.

Some Early American Boehm Flutes. Peter Spohr. 25 (1999): 5–30.

Some Moravian Makers of Bowed Stringed Instruments. Frederick R. Selch. 19 (1993): 38–64.

A Spanish Clavichord Tuning of the Seventeenth Century. Barbara Brewster Hoag. 2 (1976): 86–95.

Stein’s “Favorite Instrument”: A Vis-à-vis Piano-Harpsichord in Naples. John A. Rice. 21 (1995): 30–64.

The Steinways and Their Pianos in the Nineteenth Century. Cynthia Adams Hoover. 7 (1981): 47–89.

“Sweeter than Hautbois”: Towards a Conception of the Schalmey of the Baroque Period. Bruce Haynes. 26 (2000): 57–82.

Terminology for the Bass Violin in Seventeenth-Century Italy. Stephen Bonta. 4 (1978): 5–42.

Theobald Boehm and the Scale of the Modern Flute. John W. Coltman. 9 (1983): 89–111.

Theophilus on Making Organ Pipes. Wilson Barry. 15 (1989): 74–89.

Thomas and William Robjohn: A Study of Innovative Organ Building. Stephen L. Pinel. 19 (1993): 65–104.

Thomas Ryan Identified. Peter H. Bloom. See Communications.

Tobias Schönfeld’s Compendium instrumentorum musicalium (Liegnitz, 1625).Frederick Crane. 5–6 (1979–80): 37–41.

Traditions Old and New: Continuity, Change, and Innovation in Japanese Koto-Related Zithers. Henry M. Johnson. 29 (2003): 181–229.

The Tromlitz Flute. Ardal Powell. 22 (1996): 89–109.

A Trumpet by Any Other Name: Toward an Etymology of the Trumpet Marine.Cecil Adkins and Alis Dickinson. 8 (1982): 5–15.

“T. Ryan” Identified, and an Echo Mute at the Fiske Museum. Albert R. Rice. See Communications.

Two Reed Contrabasses (Contrabassi ad ancia) at Claremont. Albert R. Rice and Peter J. Bukalski. 11 (1985): 115–22.

Two Tangent Square Pianos in Poland. Benjamin Vogel. 20 (1994): 84–89.

The Typology and History of the Bass Clarinet. John Henry van der Meer. 13 (1987): 65–88.

The Violoncello da Spalla: Shouldering the Cello in the Baroque Era. Gregory Barnett. 24 (1998): 81–106.

Was Johann Sebastian Bach an Organ Expert or an Acquisitive Reader of Andreas Werckmeister? Peter Williams. 11 (1985): 38–54.

West African Harps. Eric Charry. 20 (1994): 5–53.

William Milhouse and the English Classical Oboe. Cecil Adkins. 22 (1996): 42–88.

Woodwind Makers in Venice, 1790–1900. Alfredo Bernardini. 15 (1989): 52–73

articles by subject

 

Africa

Charry, Eric. West African Harps. 20 (1994): 5–53.

Agricola, Martin

Brown, Howard Mayer. Notes (and Transposing Notes) on the Transverse Flute in the Early Sixteenth Century. 12 (1986): 5–39.

Hettrick, William E. Identifying and Defining the Ruszpfeif: Some Observations and Etymological Theories. 17 (1991): 53–68.

America, North

Haefer, J. Richard. North American Indian Musical Instruments: Some Organological Distribution Problems. 1 (1975): 56–85.

Payne, Richard W. Indian Flutes of the Southwest. 15 (1989): 5–31.

America, South

Payne, Richard W., and John D. Hartley. Pre-Columbian Flutes of Mesoamerica. 18 (1992): 22–61.

Olsen, Dale A. The Flutes of El Dorado: An Archaeomusicological Investigation of the Tairona Civilization of Colombia. 12 (1986): 107–36.

Schechter, John M. The Diatonic Harp in Ecuador: Historical Background and Modern Traditions. Part 1, 10 (1984): 97–118; Part 2, 11 (1985): 123–73.

Antes, John

Selch, Frederick R. Some Moravian Makers of Bowed Stringed Instruments. 19 (1993): 38–64.

Antique Instruments

Watson, John R. Historical Musical Instruments: A Claim to Use, an Obligation to Preserve. 17 (1991): 69–82.

Witten, Laurence C., II. Apollo, Orpheus, and David. 1 (1975): 5–55.

Arnaut de Zwolle, Henri

Barry, Wilson. Henri Arnaut de Zwolle’s Clavicordium and the Origin of the Chekker. 11 (1985): 5–13.

Asia

Matusky, Patricia. Musical Instruments and Musicians of the Malay Shadow Puppet Theater. 8 (1982): 38–68.

Simonson, Linda. A Burmese Arched Harp (Saùng-gauk) and Its Pervasive Buddhist Symbolism. 13 (1987): 39–64.

See also China, Japan

Bach, J. S.

Haynes, Bruce. Johann Sebastian Bach’s Pitch Standards: The Woodwind Perspective. 11 (1985): 55–114.

Haynes, Bruce. Questions of Tonality in Bach’s Cantatas: The Woodwind Perspective. 12 (1986): 40–67.

Higbee, Dale. Recorders in Bach Cantata 161, Komm, du süße Todesstunde. 17 (1991): 83–84.

Marissen, Michael. Organological Questions and Their Significance in J. S. Bach’s Fourth Brandenburg Concerto. 17 (1991): 5–52.

Williams, Peter. Was Johann Sebastian Bach an Organ Expert or an Acquisitive Reader of Andreas Werckmeister? 11 (1985): 38–54.

Band Instruments / Music

Banks, Margaret Downie and James W. Jordan. C. G. Conn: The Man (1844–1931) and His Company (1874–1915). 14 (1988): 61–113.

Bouterse, Jan. [Communication]. 26 (2000): 243–50 [expands on the final footnote of his article, “The Deutsche Schalmeien of Richard Haka,” 25 (1999): 61–94].

Carter, Stewart. The Gütter Family: Wind Instrument Makers and Dealers to the Moravian Brethren in America. 27 (2001): 48–83.

Eliason, Robert E. Charles G. Christman, Musical Instrument Maker in Nineteenth-Century New York. 27 (2001): 84–120.

Eliason, Robert E. Rhodolph Hall: Nineteenth-Century Keyed Bugle, Cornet, and Clarinet Soloist. 29 (2003): 5–71.

Howe, Robert S. The Invention and Early Development of the Saxophone, 1840–55. 29 (2003): 97–180.

See also Brass Instruments, Keyed Bugles

Bassoons

Griswold, Harold E. Changes in the Tonal Character of the Eighteenth-Century French Bassoon. 14 (1988): 114–25.

Klitz, Brian. The Bassoon in Chamber Music of the Seventeenth Century. 9 (1983): 5–20.

Kopp, James B. Notes on the Bassoon in Seventeenth-Century France. 17 (1991): 85–114.

Kopp, James B. Precursors of the Bassoon in France before Louis XIV. 28 (2002): 63–117.

Semmens, Richard. The Bassoons in Marin Mersenne’s Harmonie universelle (1636). 10 (1984): 22–31.

White, Paul. Early Bassoon Reeds: A Survey of Some Important Examples. 10 (1984): 69–96.

Bauer, Jacob

Stewart, Gary M. The Restoration of a 1608 Trombone by Jacob Bauer, Nuremberg. 8 (1982): 79–92.

Bazin, James A.

Kuronen, Darcy. James A. Bazin and the Development of Free-Reed Instruments in America. 31 (2005): 133–182.

Berg, Lorents Nicolai

Rice, Albert R. The Clarinet as Described by Lorents Nicolai Berg (1782). 5–6 (1979–80): 42–53.

Bethlehem (Pennsylvania) 

Carter, Stewart. The Gütter Family: Wind Instrument Makers and Dealers to the Moravian Brethren in America. 27 (2001): 48–83.

Boehm, Theobald

Coltman, John W. Theobald Boehm and the Scale of the Modern Flute. 9 (1983): 89–111.

Bolhuis, Michiel van

Rice, Albert R. The Musical Instrument Collection of Michiel van Bolhuis (1764). 18 (1992): 5–21.

Bonafinis, Franciscus

Pollens, Stewart. The Bonafinis Spinet: An Early Harpsichord Converted into a Tangent Piano. 13 (1987): 5–22.

Bowed Strings

Adkins, Cecil, and Alis Dickinson. A Trumpet by Any Other Name: Toward an Etymology of the Trumpet Marine. 8 (1982): 5–15.

Downie, Margaret Anne. The Modern Greek Lyra. 5–6 (1979–80): 144–65.

Greenberg, Michael D. Musical Instruments in the Archives of the French Court: The Argenterie, Menus Plaisirs et Affaires de la Chambre, 1733–1792. 32 (2006): 5–79.

Selch, Frederick R. Some Moravian Makers of Bowed Stringed Instruments. 19 (1993): 38–64.

Witten, Laurence C. II. Apollo, Orpheus, and David. 1 (1975): 5–55.

See also Contrabasses, Huqin, Viole da spalla, Violins, Violoncelli da spalla, Viols

Brass Instruments

Banks, Margaret Downie and James W. Jordan. C. G. Conn: The Man (1844–1931) and His Company (1874–1915). 14 (1988): 61–113.

Bowles, Edmund A. Iconography as a Tool for Examining the Loud Consort in the Fifteenth Century. 3 (1977): 100–21.

Eliason, Robert E. Brasses with Both Keys and Valves. 2 (1976): 69–85.

Eliason, Robert E. Letters to Marsh & Chase from Graves & Company, Musical Instrument Makers. 4 (1978): 43–53.

Greenberg, Michael D. Musical Instruments in the Archives of the French Court: The Argenterie, Menus Plaisirs et Affaires de la Chambre, 1733–1792. 32 (2006): 5–79.

See also Cornets, Cornetts, Ebor cornos, Horns, Keyed bugles, Ophicleides, Serpents, Trombacellos, Trombones

Bugles, Keyed see Keyed Bugles

Bülow, Hans von

Powley, Harrison. The Drum Tablature Tradition of American Military Music of the Early Nineteenth Century: Levi Lovering’s The Drummers Assistant, or the Art of Drumming Made Easy. 21 (1995): 5–29.

Carte, Richard

Vance, Stuart-Morgan. Carte’s Flute Patents of the Mid-Nineteenth Century and Related Systems. 13 (1987): 89–106.

Catlin, George

Eliason, Robert E. George Catlin, Hartford Musical Instrument Maker. Part 1, 8 (1982): 16–37; Part 2, 9 (1983): 21–52.

Charles, J.-A.

Barbieri, Patrizio. Musical Instruments and Players in J.-A. Charles’s Acoustique(Paris, c. 1787–1802) and Other French Technical Sources. 23 (1997):94–120.

Chekkers

Barry, Wilson. Henri Arnaut de Zwolle’s Clavicordium and the Origin of the Chekker. 11 (1985): 5–13.

Chickering & Sons

Lott, R. Allen. Chickering, Steinway, and Three Nineteenth-Century European Piano Virtuosos. 21 (1995): 65–85.

China

Chow, Fong. Han Dynasty Musicians and Instruments. 1 (1975): 113–25.

Huehns, Colin. Dating Old Huqin: New Research on Examples of pre-1949 Instruments in Three Major British Collections. 28 (2002): 118–173.

Kuronen, Darcy. Chinese Instruments from the Galpin Collection at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. 29 (2003): 271.

Christman, Charles G. 

Eliason, Robert E. Charles G. Christman, Musical Instrument Maker in Nineteenth-Century New York. 27 (2001): 84–120.

Koeppe, Douglas. An Eleven-Key Oboe by C. G. Christman. 30 (2004): 184–89.

Clarinets

Carter, Stewart. The Gütter Family: Wind Instrument Makers and Dealers to the Moravian Brethren in America. 27 (2001): 48–83.

Eliason, Robert E. Charles G. Christman, Musical Instrument Maker in Nineteenth-Century New York. 27 (2001): 84–120.

Eliason, Robert E. Rhodolph Hall: Nineteenth-Century Keyed Bugle, Cornet, and Clarinet Soloist. 29 (2003): 5–71.

Ellsworth, Jane. Early American Clarinet Makers and Sellers, 1761–1820. 32 (2006): 80–123.

Meer, John Henry van der. The Typology and History of the Bass Clarinet. 13 (1987): 65–88.

Poulin, Pamela L. Anton Stadler’s Basset Clarinet: Recent Discoveries in Riga. 22 (1996): 110–127.

Poulin, Pamela L. [Communication]. 23 (1997): 171 [correction of fig. 3 in her article, “Anton Stadler’s Basset Clarinet: Recent Discoveries in Riga,” 22 (1996): 110–27].

Rice, Albert R. The Clarinet as Described by Lorents Nicolai Berg (1782). 5–6 (1979–80): 42–53.

Young, Phillip T. A Bass Clarinet by the Mayrhofers of Passau. 7 (1981): 36–46.

Clavichords

Brauchli, Bernard. The Clavichord in Christian Friedrich Gottlieb Thon’s Keyboard Manual, Ueber Klavierinstrumente (1817). 9 (1983): 68–88.

Hoag, Barbara Brewster. A Spanish Clavichord Tuning of the Seventeenth Century. 2 (1976): 86–95.

Claviorgana

Barry, Wilson. The Lodewyk Theewes Claviorganum and its Position in the History of Keyboard Instruments. 16 (1990): 5–41.

Clemens Wenzeslaus, Elector of Trier

Davis, Shelley. The Orchestra under Clemens Wenzeslaus: Music at a Late-Eighteenth-Century Court. 1 (1975): 86–112.

Collections of Musical Instruments see Museums and Collections

Colonna, Fabio

Barbieri, Patrizio. Giambattista Della Porta’s “Singing” Hydraulis and Other Expressive Devices for the Organ, c. 1560–1860. 32 (2006): 145–166.

Martin, Lynn Wood. The Colonna-Stella Sambuca lincea, an Enharmonic Keyboard Instrument. 10 (1984): 5–21.

Conn, C. G.

Banks, Margaret Downie and James W. Jordan. C. G. Conn: The Man (1844–1931) and His Company (1874–1915). 14 (1988): 61–113.

Contrabasses, Reed

Joppig, Gunther. Sarrusophone, Rothphone (Saxorusophone), and Reed Contrabass. 12 (1986): 68–106.

Rice, Albert R., and Peter J. Bukalski. Two Reed Contrabasses (Contrabassi ad ancia) at Claremont. 11 (1985): 115–22.

Contrabasses, String

Carter, Stewart. The Gütter Family: Wind Instrument Makers and Dealers to the Moravian Brethren in America. 27 (2001): 48–83.

Greenberg, Michael D. [Communication]. 27 (2001): 216–19 [provides corrections and amplifications to his article “The Double-Bass Class at the Paris Conservatory, 1826–1832,” 26 (2000): 83–140].

Greenberg, Michael D. The Double-Bass Class at the Paris Conservatory, 1826–1832. 26 (2000): 83–140.

Cornets 

Eliason, Robert E. More on Echo-Cornets. 30 (2004): 193–96.

Eliason, Robert E. Rhodolph Hall: Nineteenth-Century Keyed Bugle, Cornet, and Clarinet Soloist. 29 (2003): 5–71.

Rice, Albert R. “T. Ryan” Identified, and an Echo Mute at the Fiske Museum. 30 (2004): 191–92.

Cornetts 

Carter, Stewart. The Gütter Family: Wind Instrument Makers and Dealers to the Moravian Brethren in America. 27 (2001): 48–83.

Correa de Arauxo, Francisco

Hoag, Barbara Brewster. A Spanish Clavichord Tuning of the Seventeenth Century. 2 (1976): 86–95.

Couchet Family see Ruckers Family

Court Music

Davis, Shelley. The Orchestra under Clemens Wenzeslaus: Music at a Late-Eighteenth-Century Court. 1 (1975): 86–112.

Greenberg, Michael D. Musical Instruments in the Archives of the French Court: The Argenterie, Menus Plaisirs et Affaires de la Chambre, 1733–1792. 32 (2006): 5–79.

Craft Techniques

Topham, John. A Dendrochronological Study of Violins Made by Antonio Stradivari. 29 (2003): 72–96.

Cristofori, Bartolomeo

Pollens, Stewart. The Pianos of Bartolomeo Cristofori. 10 (1984): 32–68.

Sutherland, David. Bartolomeo Cristofori’s Paired Cembalos of 1726. 26 (2000): 5–56.

Cymbals

Dobney, Jayson. The Creation of the Trap Set and its Development Before 1920. 30 (2004): 24–56.

Dal Secco Family

Bernardini, Alfredo. Woodwind Makers in Venice, 1790–1900. 15 (1989): 52–73.

Dating

Adkins, Cecil. The German Oboe in the Eighteenth Century. 27 (2001): 5–47.

Gétreau, Florence. Recent Research about the Voboam Family and Their Guitars. 31 (2005): 5–66.

Howe, Robert S. The Invention and Early Development of the Saxophone, 1840–55. 29 (2003): 97–180.

Huehns, Colin. Dating Old Huqin: New Research on Examples of pre-1949 Instruments in Three Major British Collections. 28 (2002): 118–173.

Topham, John. A Dendrochronological Study of Violins Made by Antonio Stradivari. 29 (2003): 72–96.

De Azzi Family

Bernardini, Alfredo. Woodwind Makers in Venice, 1790–1900. 15 (1989): 52–73.

Della Porta, Giambattista

Barbieri, Patrizio. Giambattista Della Porta’s “Singing” Hydraulis and Other Expressive Devices for the Organ, c. 1560–1860. 32 (2006): 145–166.

Dendrochronology

Topham, John. A Dendrochronological Study of Violins Made by Antonio Stradivari. 29 (2003): 72–96.

Design and Evolution

Adkins, Cecil. The German Oboe in the Eighteenth Century. 27 (2001): 5–47.

Adkins, Cecil. Proportions and Architectural Motives in the Design of the Eighteenth-Century Oboe. 25 (1999): 95–132.

Barbieri, Patrizio. Giambattista Della Porta’s “Singing” Hydraulis and Other Expressive Devices for the Organ, c. 1560–1860. 32 (2006): 145–166.

Barry, Wilson. The Scaling of Flemish Virginals and Harpsichords. 17 (1991): 115–35.

Bowers, Jane. New Light on the Development of the Transverse Flute between about 1650 and about 1770. 3 (1977): 5–56.

Bowles, Edmund A. Nineteenth-Century Innovations in the Use and Construction of the Timpani. 5–6 (1979–80): 74–143.

Coltman, John W. Theobald Boehm and the Scale of the Modern Flute. 9 (1983): 89–111.

Dobney, Jayson. The Creation of the Trap Set and its Development Before 1920. 30 (2004): 24–56.

Eliason, Robert E. Bugles Beyond Compare: The Presentation E-flat Keyed Bugle in Mid-Nineteenth-Century America. 31 (2005): 67–132.

Gétreau, Florence. Recent Research about the Voboam Family and Their Guitars. 31 (2005): 5–66.

Greenberg, Michael D. Musical Instruments in the Archives of the French Court: The Argenterie, Menus Plaisirs et Affaires de la Chambre, 1733–1792. 32 (2006): 5–79.

Griswold, Harold E. Changes in the Tonal Character of the Eighteenth-Century French Bassoon. 14 (1988): 114–25.

Haynes, Bruce. “Sweeter than Hautbois”: Towards a Conception of the Schalmey of the Baroque Period. 26 (2000): 57–82.

Howe, Robert S. The Invention and Early Development of the Saxophone, 1840–55. 29 (2003): 97–180.

Howe, Robert, and Peter Hurd. The Heckelphone at 100. 30 (2004): 98–165.

Huehns, Colin. Dating Old Huqin: New Research on Examples of pre-1949 Instruments in Three Major British Collections. 28 (2002): 118–173.

Johnson, Henry M. Traditions Old and New: Continuity, Change, and Innovation in Japanese Koto-Related Zithers. 29 (2003): 181–229.

Klaus, Sabine K. German Square and Harp-Shaped Pianos with Stoßmechanik in American Collections: Distinguishing Characteristics of Regional Types in the Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries. 27 (2001): 120–182.

Klaus, Sabine K. German Square Pianos with Prellmechanik in Major American Museum Collections: Distinguishing Characteristics of Regional Schools in the Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries. 24 (1998): 27–80.

Kopp, James B. Notes on the Bassoon in Seventeenth-Century France. 17 (1991): 85–114.

Kopp, James B. Precursors of the Bassoon in France before Louis XIV. 28 (2002): 63–117.

Koster, John. The Divided Bridge, Due Tension, and Rational Striking Point in Early English Grand Pianos. 23 (1997): 5–55.

Kuronen, Darcy. Early Violin Making in New England. 28 (2002): 5–62.

Kuronen, Darcy. James A. Bazin and the Development of Free-Reed Instruments in America. 31 (2005): 133–182.

Libin, Laurence. Progress, Adaptation, and the Evolution of Musical Instruments. 26 (2000): 187–213.

Meer, John Henry van der. The Typology and History of the Bass Clarinet. 13 (1987): 65–88.

Powell, Ardal. The Tromlitz Flute. 22 (1996): 89–109.

Sutherland, David. Bartolomeo Cristofori’s Paired Cembalos of 1726. 26 (2000): 5–56.

Dolceolas 

Hettrick, William E. The Dolceola: A Story of Musical Enterprise in Toledo, Ohio. 26 (2000): 141–186.

Dovaston, John 

Koster, John. The Divided Bridge, Due Tension, and Rational Striking Point in Early English Grand Pianos. 23 (1997): 5–55.

Drums 

Dobney, Jayson. The Creation of the Trap Set and its Development Before 1920. 30 (2004): 24–56.

Powley, Harrison. The Drum Tablature Tradition of American Military Music of the Early Nineteenth Century: Levi Lovering’s The Drummers Assistant, or the Art of Drumming Made Easy. 21 (1995): 5–29.

See also Friction drums

Dulcians 

Kopp, James B. Precursors of the Bassoon in France before Louis XIV. 28 (2002): 63–117.

Bouterse, Jan. [Communication]. 26 (2000): 243–50 [expands on the final footnote of his article, “The Deutsche Schalmeien of Richard Haka,” 25 (1999): 61–94].

Ebor Cornos 

Eliason, Robert E. Rhodolph Hall: Nineteenth-Century Keyed Bugle, Cornet, and Clarinet Soloist. 29 (2003): 5–71.

Eisenbrandt, Heinrich Christian

Ellsworth, Jane. Early American Clarinet Makers and Sellers, 1761–1820. 32 (2006): 80–123.

Ethnomusicology

DeVale, Sue Carole. Musical Instruments and Ritual: A Systematic Approach. 14 (1988): 126–60.

Simonson, Linda. A Burmese Arched Harp (Saùng-gauk) and Its Pervasive Buddhist Symbolism. 13 (1987): 39–64.

See also Africa; America, North; America, South; Asia; China; Japan; Java; Malta 

Fétis, François Joseph 

Snedeker, Jeffrey L. Fétis and the “Meifred” Horn. 23 (1997): 121–146.

Flutes

Bowers, Jane. New Light on the Development of the Transverse Flute between about 1650 and about 1770. 3 (1977): 5–56.

Brown, Howard Mayer. Notes (and Transposing Notes) on the Transverse Flute in the Early Sixteenth Century. 12 (1986): 5–39.

Carter, Stewart. The Gütter Family: Wind Instrument Makers and Dealers to the Moravian Brethren in America. 27 (2001): 48–83.

Coltman, John W. Theobald Boehm and the Scale of the Modern Flute. 9 (1983): 89–111.

Eliason, Robert E. Charles G. Christman, Musical Instrument Maker in Nineteenth-Century New York. 27 (2001): 84–120.

Lehman, Robert A. Preparation and Management of a Descriptive Inventory for a Collection of Flutes. 12 (1986): 137–48.

Oleskiewicz, Mary. A Museum, a World War, and a Rediscovery: Flutes by Quantz and Others from the Hohenzollern Museum. 24 (1998): 107–145.

Olsen, Dale A. The Flutes of El Dorado: An Archaeomusicological Investigation of the Tairona Civilization of Colombia. 12 (1986): 107–36.

Payne, Richard W. Indian Flutes of the Southwest. 15 (1989): 5–31.

Payne, Richard W., and John D. Hartley. Pre-Columbian Flutes of Mesoamerica. 18 (1992): 22–61.

Powell, Ardal. The Tromlitz Flute. 22 (1996): 89–109.

Signell, Karl. The Mystique of the Shakuhachi. 7 (1981): 90–98.

Spohr, Peter. Some Early American Boehm Flutes. 25 (1999): 5–30.

Vance, Stuart-Morgan. Carte’s Flute Patents of the Mid-Nineteenth Century and Related Systems. 13 (1987): 89–106.

Fornari, Andrea

Bernardini, Alfredo. Woodwind Makers in Venice, 1790–1900. 15 (1989): 52–73.

Free-Reed Instruments 

Kuronen, Darcy. James A. Bazin and the Development of Free-Reed Instruments in America. 31 (2005): 133–182.

Freund, Harry Edward

Hettrick, William E. Harry Edward Freund’s Great Square-Piano Bonfire: A Tale Told in the Press. 30 (2004): 57–97.

Friction Drums

Borg-Cardona, Anna. The Maltese Friction Drum. 28 (2002): 174–210.

Gamelans 

Quigley, Sam. The Raffles Gamelan at Claydon House. 22 (1996): 5–41.

Graves & Company

Eliason, Robert E. Letters to Marsh & Chase from Graves & Company, Musical Instrument Makers. 4 (1978): 43–53.

Greece

Downie, Margaret Anne. The Modern Greek Lyra. 5–6 (1979–80): 144–65.

Maas, Martha. The Phorminx in Classical Greece. 2 (1976): 34–55.

Guitars

Gétreau, Florence. Recent Research about the Voboam Family and Their Guitars. 31 (2005): 5–66.

Gütter, Heinrich Gottlob and Johann Georg

Carter, Stewart. The Gütter Family: Wind Instrument Makers and Dealers to the Moravian Brethren in America. 27 (2001): 48–83.

Ellsworth, Jane. Early American Clarinet Makers and Sellers, 1761–1820. 32 (2006): 80–123.

Selch, Frederick R. Some Moravian Makers of Bowed Stringed Instruments. 19 (1993): 38–64.

Haka, Richard 

Bouterse, Jan. [Communication]. 26 (2000): 243–50 [expands on the final footnote of his article, “The Deutsche Schalmeien of Richard Haka,” 25 (1999): 61–94].

Boutersee, Jan. The Deutsche Schalmeien of Richard Haka. 25 (1999): 61–94.

Thompson, Susan E. Deutsche Schalmei: A Question of Terminology. 25 (1999): 31–60.

Haliday, Joseph

Dudgeon, Ralph T. Joseph Haliday, Inventor of the Keyed Bugle. 9 (1983): 53–67.

Hall, Rhodolph 

Eliason, Robert E. Rhodolph Hall: Nineteenth-Century Keyed Bugle, Cornet, and Clarinet Soloist. 29 (2003): 5–71.

Harps

Charry, Eric. West African Harps. 20 (1994): 5–53.

Greenberg, Michael D. Musical Instruments in the Archives of the French Court: The Argenterie, Menus Plaisirs et Affaires de la Chambre, 1733–1792. 32 (2006): 5–79.

Schechter, John M. The Diatonic Harp in Ecuador: Historical Background and Modern Traditions. Part 1, 10 (1984): 97–118; Part 2, 11 (1985): 123–73.

Simonson, Linda. A Burmese Arched Harp (Saùng-gauk) and Its Pervasive Buddhist Symbolism. 13 (1987): 39–64.

Harpsichords

Dowd, William R. A Classification System for Ruckers and Couchet Double Harpsichords. 4 (1978): 106–13.

Germann, Sheridan. Regional Schools of Harpsichord Decoration. 4 (1978): 54–105.

Greenberg, Michael D. Musical Instruments in the Archives of the French Court: The Argenterie, Menus Plaisirs et Affaires de la Chambre, 1733–1792. 32 (2006): 5–79.

McGeary, Thomas. Harpsichord Mottoes. 17 (1981): 5–35.

Pollens, Stewart. The Bonafinis Spinet: An Early Harpsichord Converted into a Tangent Piano. 13 (1987): 5–22.

Rice, John A. Stein’s “Favorite Instrument”: A Vis-à-vis Piano-Harpsichord in Naples. 21 (1995): 30–64.

Sutherland, David. Bartolomeo Cristofori’s Paired Cembalos of 1726. 26 (2000): 5–56.

Hartmann, Christian Frederick

Selch, Frederick R. Some Moravian Makers of Bowed Stringed Instruments. 19 (1993): 38–64.

Hautbois de Poitou

Kopp, James B. Precursors of the Bassoon in France before Louis XIV. 28 (2002): 63–117.

Heckel, Wilhelm

Howe, Robert, and Peter Hurd. The Heckelphone at 100. 30 (2004): 98–165.

Heckelphones

Howe, Robert, and Peter Hurd. The Heckelphone at 100. 30 (2004): 98–165.

Hohenzollern Museum

Oleskiewicz, Mary. A Museum, a World War, and a Rediscovery: Flutes by Quantz and Others from the Hohenzollern Museum. 24 (1998): 107–145.

Horns 

Snedeker, Jeffrey L. Fétis and the “Meifred” Horn. 23 (1997): 121–146.

Huber, John

Libin, Laurence. John Huber Revisited. 20 (1994): 73–83

Libin, Laurence. John Huber’s Pianos in Context. 19 (1993): 5–37

Hume, Richard

Peppers, Emily. Richard Hume and Viol Making in Early Sixteenth-Century Britain. 32 (2006): 124–144.

Huqin 

Huehns, Colin. Dating Old Huqin: New Research on Examples of pre-1949 Instruments in Three Major British Collections. 28 (2002): 118–173.

Kuronen, Darcy. Chinese Instruments from the Galpin Collection at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. 29 (2003): 271.

Hydraulis

Barbieri, Patrizio. Giambattista Della Porta’s “Singing” Hydraulis and Other Expressive Devices for the Organ, c. 1560–1860. 32 (2006): 145–166.

Iconography

Bowers, Jane. New Light on the Development of the Transverse Flute between about 1650 and about 1770. 3 (1977): 5–56.

Bowles, Edmund A. Iconography as a Tool for Examining the Loud Consort in the Fifteenth Century. 3 (1977): 100–21.

Bowles, Edmund A. On Using the Proper Tympani in the Performance of Baroque Music. 2 (1976): 56–68.

Brauchli, Bernard. Aspects of Early Keyboard Technique: Hand and Finger Positions, as Seen in Early Treatises and Iconographical Documents. Part 1, 18 (1992): 62–102; Part 2, 20 (1994): 90–110.

Eliason, Robert E. The Dresden Key Bugle. 3 (1977): 57–63.

Maas, Martha. The Phorminx in Classical Greece. 2 (1976): 34–55.

Witten, Laurence C. II. Apollo, Orpheus, and David. 1 (1975): 5–55.

Instrument Makers see Musical Instrument Makers

Japan

Johnson, Henry M. The Koto: Musical Instrument, Material Culture, and Meaning. 23 (1997): 56–93. 

Johnson, Henry M. Traditions Old and New: Continuity, Change, and Innovation in Japanese Koto-Related Zithers. 29 (2003): 181–229.

Signell, Karl. The Mystique of the Shakuhachi. 7 (1981): 90–98.

Java 

Quigley, Sam. The Raffles Gamelan at Claydon House. 22 (1996): 5–41.

Keyboard Instruments

Barry, Wilson. Henri Arnaut de Zwolle’s Clavicordium and the Origin of the Chekker. 11 (1985): 5– 13.

Barry, Wilson. The Lodewyk Theewes Claviorganum and its Position in the History of Keyboard Instruments. 16 (1990): 5–41.

Barry, Wilson. The Scaling of Flemish Virginals and Harpsichords. 17 (1991): 115–35.

Brauchli, Bernard. Aspects of Early Keyboard Technique: Hand and Finger Positions, as Seen in Early Treatises and Iconographical Documents. Part 1, 18 (1992): 62–102; Part 2, 20 (1994): 90–110.

Cohen, Albert. Jean Marius’ Clavecin brisé and Clavecin à maillets Revisited: The “Dossier Marius” at the Paris Academy of Sciences. 13 (1987): 23–38.

Greenberg, Michael D. Musical Instruments in the Archives of the French Court: The Argenterie, Menus Plaisirs et Affaires de la Chambre, 1733–1792. 32 (2006): 5–79.

Martin, Lynn Wood. The Colonna-Stella Sambuca lincea, an Enharmonic Keyboard Instrument. 10 (1984): 5–21.

Pollens, Stewart. The Bonafinis Spinet: An Early Harpsichord Converted into a Tangent Piano. 13 (1987): 5–22.

See also Chekker, Clavichords, Dolceolas, Harpsichords, Pianos, Organs, Reed Organs

Keyed Bugles

Dudgeon, Ralph T. Joseph Haliday, Inventor of the Keyed Bugle. 9 (1983): 53–67.

Eliason, Robert E. Brasses with Both Keys and Valves. 2 (1976): 69–85.

Eliason, Robert E. Bugles Beyond Compare: The Presentation E-flat Keyed Bugle in Mid-Nineteenth-Century America. 31 (2005): 67–132.

Eliason, Robert E. Charles G. Christman, Musical Instrument Maker in Nineteenth-Century New York. 27 (2001): 84–120.

Eliason, Robert E. The Dresden Key Bugle. 3 (1977): 57–63.

Eliason, Robert E. Rhodolph Hall: Nineteenth-Century Keyed Bugle, Cornet, and Clarinet Soloist. 29 (2003): 5–71.

Kotos

Johnson, Henry M. The Koto: Musical Instrument, Material Culture, and Meaning. 23 (1997): 56–93.

Johnson, Henry M. Traditions Old and New: Continuity, Change, and Innovation in Japanese Koto-Related Zithers. 29 (2003): 181–229.

Lovering, Levi 

Powley, Harrison. The Drum Tablature Tradition of American Military Music of the Early Nineteenth Century: Levi Lovering’s The Drummers Assistant, or the Art of Drumming Made Easy. 21 (1995): 5–29.

Malta

Borg-Cardona, Anna. The Maltese Friction Drum. 28 (2002): 174–210.

Marius, Jean

Cohen, Albert. Jean Marius’ Clavecin brisé and Clavecin à maillets Revisited: The “Dossier Marius” at the Paris Academy of Sciences. 13 (1987): 23–38.

Mayrhofer, Anton and Michael

Young, Phillip T. A Bass Clarinet by the Mayrhofers of Passau. 7 (1981): 36–46.

Meachum, John and Horace

Eliason, Robert E. The Meachams, Musical Instrument Makers of Hartford and Albany. 5–6 (1979–80): 54–73.

Meifred, Joseph Émile 

Snedeker, Jeffrey L. Fétis and the “Meifred” Horn. 23 (1997): 121–146.

Mendelssohn, Felix 

Bowles, Edmund A. Mendelssohn, Schumann, and Ernst Pfundt: A Pivotal Relationship between Two Composers and a Timpanist. 24 (1998): 5–26.

Mersenne, Marin

Kopp, James B. Notes on the Bassoon in Seventeenth-Century France. 17 (1991): 85–114.

Kopp, James B. Precursors of the Bassoon in France before Louis XIV. 28 (2002): 63–117.

Semmens, Richard. The Bassoons in Marin Mersenne’s Harmonie universelle (1636). 10 (1984): 22–31.

Milhouse, William 

Adkins, Cecil. William Milhouse and the English Classical Oboe. 22 (1996): 42–88.

Howe, Robert. [Communication]. 25 (1999): 164–65 [comments on Cecil Adkins’s article, “William Milhouse and the English Classical Oboe,” 22 (1996): 42–88.].

Military Music 

Powley, Harrison. The Drum Tablature Tradition of American Military Music of the Early Nineteenth Century: Levi Lovering’s The Drummers Assistant, or the Art of Drumming Made Easy. 21 (1995): 5–29.

Thompson, Susan E. Deutsche Schalmei: A Question of Terminology. 25 (1999): 31–60.

Musettes 

Kopp, James B. Precursors of the Bassoon in France before Louis XIV. 28 (2002): 63–117.

Museums and Collections

Huehns, Colin. Dating Old Huqin: New Research on Examples of pre-1949 Instruments in Three Major British Collections. 28 (2002): 118–173.

Klaus, Sabine K. German Square and Harp-Shaped Pianos with Stoßmechanik in American Collections: Distinguishing Characteristics of Regional Types in the Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries. 27 (2001): 120–182.

Klaus, Sabine K. German Square Pianos with Prellmechanik in Major American Museum Collections: Distinguishing Characteristics of Regional Schools in the Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries. 24 (1998): 27–80.

Kuronen, Darcy. Chinese Instruments from the Galpin Collection at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. 29 (2003): 271.

Lehman, Robert A. Preparation and Management of a Descriptive Inventory for a Collection of Flutes. 12 (1986): 137–48.

Levin, Simon. Collecting of Musical Instruments in Russia and the Soviet Union. 16 (1990): 118–31.

Oleskiewicz, Mary. A Museum, a World War, and a Rediscovery: Flutes by Quantz and Others from the Hohenzollern Museum. 24 (1998): 107–145.

Rice, Albert R. The Musical Instrument Collection of Michiel van Bolhuis (1764). 18 (1992): 5–21.

Musical Instrument Dealers

Eliason, Robert E. Letters to Marsh & Chase from Graves & Company, Musical Instrument Makers. 4 (1978): 43–53.

Musical Instrument Makers

Adkins, Cecil. The German Oboe in the Eighteenth Century. 27 (2001): 5–47.

Adkins, Cecil. Oboes Beyond Compare: The Instruments of Hendrik and Fredrik Richters. 16 (1990): 42–117.

Adkins, Cecil. William Milhouse and the English Classical Oboe. 22 (1996): 42–88.

Banks, Margaret Downie, and James W. Jordan. C. G. Conn: The Man (1844–1931) and His Company (1874–1915). 14 (1988): 61–113.

Bernardini, Alfredo. Woodwind Makers in Venice, 1790–1900. 15 (1989): 52–73.

Bouterse, Jan. [Communication]. 26 (2000): 243–50 [expands on the final footnote of his article, “The Deutsche Schalmeien of Richard Haka,” 25 (1999): 61–94].

Boutersee, Jan The Deutsche Schalmeien of Richard Haka. 25 (1999): 61–94.

Carter, Stewart. The Gütter Family: Wind Instrument Makers and Dealers to the Moravian Brethren in America. 27 (2001): 48–83.

Cohen, Albert. Jean Marius’ Clavecin brisé and Clavecin à maillets Revisited: The “Dossier Marius” at the Paris Academy of Sciences. 13 (1987): 23–38.

Coltman, John W. Theobald Boehm and the Scale of the Modern Flute. 9 (1983): 89–111.

Dowd, William R. A Classification System for Ruckers and Couchet Double Harpsichords. 4 (1978): 106–13.

Dudgeon, Ralph T. Joseph Haliday, Inventor of the Keyed Bugle. 9 (1983): 53–67.

Eliason, Robert E. Bugles Beyond Compare: The Presentation E-flat Keyed Bugle in Mid-Nineteenth-Century America. 31 (2005): 67–132.

Eliason, Robert E. Charles G. Christman, Musical Instrument Maker in Nineteenth-Century New York. 27 (2001): 84–120.

Eliason, Robert E. George Catlin, Hartford Musical Instrument Maker. Part 1, 8 (1982): 16–37; Part 2, 9 (1983): 21–52.

Eliason, Robert E. Letters to Marsh & Chase from Graves & Company, Musical Instrument Makers. 4 (1978): 43–53.

Eliason, Robert E. The Meachams, Musical Instrument Makers of Hartford and Albany. 5–6 (1979–80): 54–73.

Ellsworth, Jane. Early American Clarinet Makers and Sellers, 1761–1820. 32 (2006): 80–123.

Germann, Sheridan. Regional Schools of Harpsichord Decoration. 4 (1978): 54–105.

Gétreau, Florence. Recent Research about the Voboam Family and Their Guitars. 31 (2005): 5–66.

Greenberg, Michael D. Musical Instruments in the Archives of the French Court: The Argenterie, Menus Plaisirs et Affaires de la Chambre, 1733–1792. 32 (2006): 5–79.

Hoover, Cynthia Adams. The Steinways and Their Pianos in the Nineteenth Century. 7 (1981): 47–89.

Howe, Robert S. The Invention and Early Development of the Saxophone, 1840–55. 29 (2003): 97–180.

Kaufman, Charles H. Musical-Instrument Makers in New Jersey, 1796–1860. 2 (1976): 5–33.

Kuronen, Darcy. Early Violin Making in New England. 28 (2002): 5–62.

Kuronen, Darcy. James A. Bazin and the Development of Free-Reed Instruments in America. 31 (2005): 133–182.

Libin, Laurence. John Huber Revisited. 20 (1994): 73–83

Libin, Laurence. John Huber’s Pianos in Context. 19 (1993): 5–37

Lott, R. Allen. Chickering, Steinway, and Three Nineteenth-Century European Piano Virtuosos. 21 (1995): 65–85.

Oleskiewicz, Mary. A Museum, a World War, and a Rediscovery: Flutes by Quantz and Others from the Hohenzollern Museum. 24 (1998): 107–145.

Pinel, Stephen L. Thomas and William Robjohn: A Study of Innovative Organ Building. 19 (1993): 65–104.

Pollens, Stewart. The Pianos of Bartolomeo Cristofori. 10 (1984): 32–68.

Powell, Ardal. The Tromlitz Flute. 22 (1996): 89–109.

Rice, John A. Anton Walter, Instrument Maker to Leopold II. 15 (1989): 32–51.

Rice, John A. Stein’s “Favorite Instrument”: A Vis-à-vis Piano-Harpsichord in Naples. 21 (1995): 30–64.

Selch, Frederick R. Some Moravian Makers of Bowed Stringed Instruments. 19 (1993): 38–64.

Stewart, Gary M. The Restoration of a 1608 Trombone by Jacob Bauer, Nuremberg. 8 (1982): 79–92.

Sutherland, David. Bartolomeo Cristofori’s Paired Cembalos of 1726. 26 (2000): 5–56.

Topham, John. A Dendrochronological Study of Violins Made by Antonio Stradivari. 29 (2003): 72–96.

Young, Phillip T. A Bass Clarinet by the Mayrhofers of Passau. 7 (1981): 36–46.

New England

Kuronen, Darcy. Early Violin Making in New England. 28 (2002): 5–62.

New York

Eliason, Robert E. Charles G. Christman, Musical Instrument Maker in Nineteenth-Century New York. 27 (2001): 84–120.

Nomenclature and Terminology 

Adkins, Cecil. Proportions and Architectural Motives in the Design of the Eighteenth-Century Oboe. 25 (1999): 95–132.

Adkins, Cecil, and Alis Dickinson. A Trumpet by Any Other Name: Toward an Etymology of the Trumpet Marine. 8 (1982): 5–15.

Bonta, Stephen. From Violone to Violoncello: A Question of Strings? 3 (1977): 64–99.

Bonta, Stephen. Terminology for the Bass Violin in Seventeenth-Century Italy. 4 (1978): 5–42.

Borg-Cardona, Anna. The Maltese Friction Drum. 28 (2002): 174–210.

Bouterse, Jan. [Communication]. 26 (2000): 243–50 [expands on the final footnote of his article, “The Deutsche Schalmeien of Richard Haka,” 25 (1999): 61–94].

Clinkscale, Martha Novak. Pianos for the Cabinet. 21 (1995): 89–93.

Good, Edwin M. Cabinets and Other Pianos. 21 (1995): 86–89.

Haynes, Bruce. “Sweeter than Hautbois”: Towards a Conception of the Schalmey of the Baroque Period. 26 (2000): 57–82.

Hettrick, William E. Identifying and Defining the Ruszpfeif: Some Observations and Etymological Theories. 17 (1991): 53–68.

Mobbs, Kenneth. [Communication]. 23 (1997): 170 [response to Communications by Edwin M. Good and Martha Novak Clinkscale, 21 (1995): 86–93].

Thompson, Susan E. Deutsche Schalmei: A Question of Terminology. 25 (1999): 31–60.

Thompson, Susan E. Smaller than Hautbois: A Fresh Look at James Talbot’s Schalmeye. 28 (2002): 246–60.

Oboes

Adkins, Cecil. The German Oboe in the Eighteenth Century. 27 (2001): 5–47.

Adkins, Cecil. Oboes Beyond Compare: The Instruments of Hendrik and Fredrik Richters. 16 (1990): 42–117.

Adkins, Cecil. Proportions and Architectural Motives in the Design of the Eighteenth-Century Oboe. 25 (1999): 95–132.

Adkins, Cecil. William Milhouse and the English Classical Oboe. 22 (1996): 42–88.

Bouterse, Jan. [Communication]. 26 (2000): 243–50 [expands on the final footnote of his article, “The Deutsche Schalmeien of Richard Haka,” 25 (1999): 61–94].

Boutersee, Jan The Deutsche Schalmeien of Richard Haka. 25 (1999): 61–94.

Haynes, Bruce. “Sweeter than Hautbois”: Towards a Conception of the Schalmey of the Baroque Period. 26 (2000): 57–82.

Howe, Robert. [Communication]. 25 (1999): 164–65 [comments on Cecil Adkins’s article, “William Milhouse and the English Classical Oboe,” 22 (1996): 42–88.].

Koeppe, Douglas. An Eleven-Key Oboe by C. G. Christman. 30 (2004): 184–89.

Thompson, Susan E. Deutsche Schalmei: A Question of Terminology. 25 (1999): 31–60.

Thompson, Susan E. Smaller than Hautbois: A Fresh Look at James Talbot’s Schalmeye. 28 (2002): 246–60.

See also Heckelphones

Ophicleides 

Eliason, Robert E. Rhodolph Hall: Nineteenth-Century Keyed Bugle, Cornet, and Clarinet Soloist. 29 (2003): 5–71.

Howe, Robert S. The Invention and Early Development of the Saxophone, 1840–55. 29 (2003): 97–180.

Orchestras

Davis, Shelley. The Orchestra under Clemens Wenzeslaus: Music at a Late-Eighteenth-Century Court. 1 (1975): 86–112.

Organology

Dowd, William R. A Classification System for Ruckers and Couchet Double Harpsichords. 4 (1978): 106–13.

Haefer, J. Richard. North American Indian Musical Instruments: Some Organological Distribution Problems. 1 (1975): 56–85.

Lehman, Robert A. Preparation and Management of a Descriptive Inventory for a Collection of Flutes. 12 (1986): 137–48.

Libin, Laurence. Progress, Adaptation, and the Evolution of Musical Instruments. 26 (2000): 187–213.

Marissen, Michael. Organological Questions and Their Significance in J. S. Bach’s Fourth Brandenburg Concerto. 17 (1991): 5–52.

Organs

Adkins, Cecil, and Alis Dickinson. Miniaturization of the Positive Organ, 1570–1750 14 (1988): 5–37.

Barbieri, Patrizio. Giambattista Della Porta’s “Singing” Hydraulis and Other Expressive Devices for the Organ, c. 1560–1860. 32 (2006): 145–166.

Barry, Wilson. Theophilus on Making Organ Pipes. 15 (1989): 74–89.

Koster, John. Michael Praetorius’s Pfeifflin zur Chormaß. 30 (2004): 5–23.

Pinel, Stephen L. Thomas and William Robjohn: A Study of Innovative Organ Building 19 (1993): 65–104.

Richards, James H. Reed Organ Coverage in The New Grove. 8 (1982): 69–78.

Williams, Peter. Was Johann Sebastian Bach an Organ Expert or an Acquisitive Reader of Andreas Werckmeister? 11 (1985): 38–54.

Paulus Paulirinus of Prague

Howell, Standley. Paulus Paulirinus of Prague on Musical Instruments. 5–6 (1979–80): 9–36.

Paris

Greenberg, Michael D. [Communication]. 27 (2001): 216–19 [provides corrections and amplifications to his article “The Double-Bass Class at the Paris Conservatory, 1826–1832,” 26 (2000): 83–140]. 

Greenberg, Michael D. The Double-Bass Class at the Paris Conservatory, 1826–1832. 26 (2000): 83–140.

Percussion Instruments

Greenberg, Michael D. Musical Instruments in the Archives of the French Court: The Argenterie, Menus Plaisirs et Affaires de la Chambre, 1733–1792. 32 (2006): 5–79.

See also Cymbals, Drums, Timpani, Trap Set

Performance Practice

Barbieri, Patrizio. Musical Instruments and Players in J.-A. Charles’s Acoustique(Paris, c. 1787–1802) and Other French Technical Sources. 23 (1997):94–120.

Barnett, Gregory. The Violoncello da Spalla: Shouldering the Cello in the Baroque Era. 24 (1998): 81–106.

Borg-Cardona, Anna. The Maltese Friction Drum. 28 (2002): 174–210.

Bowles, Edmund A. Mendelssohn, Schumann, and Ernst Pfundt: A Pivotal Relationship between Two Composers and a Timpanist. 24 (1998): 5–26.

Bowles, Edmund A. On Using the Proper Tympani in the Performance of Baroque Music. 2 (1976): 56–68.

Brauchli, Bernard. Aspects of Early Keyboard Technique: Hand and Finger Positions, as Seen in Early Treatises and Iconographical Documents. Part 1, 18 (1992): 62–102; Part 2, 20 (1994): 90–110.

Brown, Howard Mayer. Notes (and Transposing Notes) on the Transverse Flute in the Early Sixteenth Century. 12 (1986): 5–39.

Davis, Shelley. The Orchestra under Clemens Wenzeslaus: Music at a Late-Eighteenth-Century Court. 1 (1975): 86–112.

Dobney, Jayson. The Creation of the Trap Set and its Development Before 1920. 30 (2004): 24–56.

Eliason, Robert E. Rhodolph Hall: Nineteenth-Century Keyed Bugle, Cornet, and Clarinet Soloist. 29 (2003): 5–71.

Greenberg, Michael D. The Double-Bass Class at the Paris Conservatory, 1826–1832. 26 (2000): 83–140.

Howe, Robert S. The Invention and Early Development of the Saxophone, 1840–55. 29 (2003): 97–180.

Huehns, Colin. Dating Old Huqin: New Research on Examples of pre-1949 Instruments in Three Major British Collections. 28 (2002): 118–173.

Johnson, Henry M. Traditions Old and New: Continuity, Change, and Innovation in Japanese Koto-Related Zithers. 29 (2003): 181–229.

Poulin, Pamela L. Anton Stadler’s Basset Clarinet: Recent Discoveries in Riga. 22 (1996): 110–127.

Powell, Ardal. The Tromlitz Flute. 22 (1996): 89–109.

Snedeker, Jeffrey L. Fétis and the “Meifred” Horn. 23 (1997): 121–146.

Pfundt, Ernst 

Bowles, Edmund A. Mendelssohn, Schumann, and Ernst Pfundt: A Pivotal Relationship between Two Composers and a Timpanist. 24 (1998): 5–26.

Phorminx

Maas, Martha. The Phorminx in Classical Greece. 2 (1976): 34–55.

Pianos

Clinkscale, Martha Novak. Pianos for the Cabinet. 21 (1995): 89–93.

Good, Edwin M. Cabinets and Other Pianos. 21 (1995): 86–89.

Greenberg, Michael D. Musical Instruments in the Archives of the French Court: The Argenterie, Menus Plaisirs et Affaires de la Chambre, 1733–1792. 32 (2006): 5–79.

Hettrick, William E. Harry Edward Freund’s Great Square-Piano Bonfire: A Tale Told in the Press. 30 (2004): 57–97.

Hoover, Cynthia Adams. The Steinways and Their Pianos in the Nineteenth Century. 7 (1981): 47–89.

Klaus, Sabine K. German Square and Harp-Shaped Pianos with Stoßmechanik in American Collections: Distinguishing Characteristics of Regional Types in the Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries. 27 (2001): 120–182.

Klaus, Sabine K. German Square Pianos with Prellmechanik in Major American Museum Collections: Distinguishing Characteristics of Regional Schools in the Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries. 24 (1998): 27–80.

Libin, Laurence. John Huber Revisited. 20 (1994): 73–83

Libin, Laurence. John Huber’s Pianos in Context. 19 (1993): 5–37

Lott, R. Allen. Chickering, Steinway, and Three Nineteenth-Century European Piano Virtuosos. 21 (1995): 65–85.

Mobbs, Kenneth. [Communication]. 23 (1997): 170 [response to Communications by Edwin M. Good and Martha Novak Clinkscale, 21 (1995): 86–93].

Pollens, Stewart. The Bonafinis Spinet: An Early Harpsichord Converted into a Tangent Piano. 13 (1987): 5–22.

Pollens, Stewart. The Pianos of Bartolomeo Cristofori. 10 (1984): 32–68.

Rice, John A. Anton Walter, Instrument Maker to Leopold II. 15 (1989): 32–51.

Rice, John A. Stein’s “Favorite Instrument”: A Vis-à-vis Piano-Harpsichord in Naples. 21 (1995): 30–64.

Sutherland, David. Bartolomeo Cristofori’s Paired Cembalos of 1726. 26 (2000): 5–56.

Vogel, Benjamin. Two Tangent Square Pianos in Poland. 20 (1994): 84–89.

Pitch

Brown, Howard Mayer. Notes (and Transposing Notes) on the Transverse Flute in the Early Sixteenth Century. 12 (1986): 5–39.

Bouterse, Jan. [Communication]. 26 (2000): 243–50 [expands on the final footnote of his article, “The Deutsche Schalmeien of Richard Haka,” 25 (1999): 61–94].

Boutersee, Jan The Deutsche Schalmeien of Richard Haka. 25 (1999): 61–94.

Greenberg, Michael D. Musical Instruments in the Archives of the French Court: The Argenterie, Menus Plaisirs et Affaires de la Chambre, 1733–1792. 32 (2006): 5–79.

Haynes, Bruce. Johann Sebastian Bach’s Pitch Standards: The Woodwind Perspective. 11 (1985): 55–114.

Haynes, Bruce. “Sweeter than Hautbois”: Towards a Conception of the Schalmey of the Baroque Period. 26 (2000): 57–82.

Koster, John. Michael Praetorius’s Pfeifflin zur Chormaß. 30 (2004): 5–23.

Plucked Strings

Pascual, Beryl Kenyon de. The One-Man Band in Eighteenth-Century Spain and Instrument No. 89.4.1039. 20 (1994): 65–72.

See also Guitars, Harps, Kotos

Praetorius, Michael

Crane, Frederick. Tobias Schönfeld’s Compendium instrumentorum musicalium(Liegnitz, 1625). 5–6 (1979–80): 37–41.

Koster, John. Michael Praetorius’s Pfeifflin zur Chormaß. 30 (2004): 5–23.

Quantz, Johann Joachim 

Oleskiewicz, Mary. A Museum, a World War, and a Rediscovery: Flutes by Quantz and Others from the Hohenzollern Museum. 24 (1998): 107–145.

Raffles, Sir Thomas Stamford 

Quigley, Sam. The Raffles Gamelan at Claydon House. 22 (1996): 5–41.

Ramos de Pareja, Bartolomé

Howell, Standley. Ramos de Pareja’s “Brief Discussion of Various Instruments”. 11 (1985): 14–37.

Recorders

Bouterse, Jan. [Communication]. 26 (2000): 243–50 [expands on the final footnote of his article, “The Deutsche Schalmeien of Richard Haka,” 25 (1999): 61–94].

Higbee, Dale. Recorders in Bach Cantata 161, Komm, du süße Todesstunde. 17 (1991): 83–84.

Marissen, Michael. Organological Questions and Their Significance in J. S. Bach’s Fourth Brandenburg Concerto. 17 (1991): 5–52.

Reed Instruments

Bryant, Wanda. The Keyless Double Reed Aerophone: Its Usage, Construction, and Worldwide Distribution. 16 (1990): 132–76.

Joppig, Gunther. Sarrusophone, Rothphone (Saxorusophone), and Reed Contrabass. 12 (1986): 68–106.

Rice, Albert R., and Peter J. Bukalski. Two Reed Contrabasses (Contrabassi ad ancia) at Claremont. 11 (1985): 115–22.

See also Bassoons, Heckelphones, Oboes, Woodwind Instruments

Reed Organs

Kuronen, Darcy. James A. Bazin and the Development of Free-Reed Instruments in America. 31 (2005): 133–182.

Richards, James H. Reed Organ Coverage in The New Grove. 8 (1982): 69–78.

Reeds

White, Paul. Early Bassoon Reeds: A Survey of Some Important Examples. 10 (1984): 69–96.

Religion and Music

Simonson, Linda. A Burmese Arched Harp (Saùng-gauk) and Its Pervasive Buddhist Symbolism. 13 (1987): 39–64.

Restoration

Stewart, Gary M. The Restoration of a 1608 Trombone by Jacob Bauer, Nuremberg. 8 (1982): 79–92.

Watson, John R. Historical Musical Instruments: A Claim to Use, an Obligation to Preserve. 17 (1991): 69–82.

Richters, Hendrik and Fredrik

Adkins, Cecil. Oboes Beyond Compare: The Instruments of Hendrik and Fredrik Richters. 16 (1990): 42–117.

Riga (Latvia)

Poulin, Pamela L. Anton Stadler’s Basset Clarinet: Recent Discoveries in Riga. 22 (1996): 110–127.

Poulin, Pamela L. [Communication]. 23 (1997): 171 [correction of fig. 3 in her article, “Anton Stadler’s Basset Clarinet: Recent Discoveries in Riga,” 22 (1996): 110–27].

Riley, Edward

Ellsworth, Jane. Early American Clarinet Makers and Sellers, 1761–1820. 32 (2006): 80–123.

Robjohn, Thomas and William

Pinel, Stephen L. Thomas and William Robjohn: A Study of Innovative Organ Building. 19 (1993): 65–104.

Rubinstein, Anton 

Lott, R. Allen. Chickering, Steinway, and Three Nineteenth-Century European Piano Virtuosos. 21 (1995): 65–85.

Ruckers Family

Dowd, William R. A Classification System for Ruckers and Couchet Double Harpsichords. 4 (1978): 106–13.

Ruszpfeif

Hettrick, William E. Identifying and Defining the Ruszpfeif: Some Observations and Etymological Theories. 17 (1991): 53–68.

Ryan, Thomas

Bloom, Peter H. Thomas Ryan Identified. 30 (2004): 190.

Rice, Albert R. “T. Ryan” Identified, and an Echo Mute at the Fiske Museum. 30 (2004): 191–92.

Sarrusophones 

Howe, Robert S. The Invention and Early Development of the Saxophone, 1840–55. 29 (2003): 97–180.

Sax, Adolphe

Howe, Robert S. The Invention and Early Development of the Saxophone, 1840–55. 29 (2003): 97–180.

Saxophones 

Howe, Robert S. The Invention and Early Development of the Saxophone, 1840–55. 29 (2003): 97–180.

Schönfeld, Tobias

Crane, Frederick. Tobias Schönfeld’s Compendium instrumentorum musicalium(Liegnitz, 1625). 5–6 (1979–80): 37–41.

Schumann, Robert 

Bowles, Edmund A. Mendelssohn, Schumann, and Ernst Pfundt: A Pivotal Relationship between Two Composers and a Timpanist. 24 (1998): 5–26.

Serpents 

Carter, Stewart. The Gütter Family: Wind Instrument Makers and Dealers to the Moravian Brethren in America. 27 (2001): 48–83.

Shawms 

Bouterse, Jan. [Communication]. 26 (2000): 243–50 [expands on the final footnote of his article, “The Deutsche Schalmeien of Richard Haka,” 25 (1999): 61–94].

Boutersee, Jan The Deutsche Schalmeien of Richard Haka. 25 (1999): 61–94.

Haynes, Bruce. “Sweeter than Hautbois”: Towards a Conception of the Schalmey of the Baroque Period. 26 (2000): 57–82.

Kopp, James B. Precursors of the Bassoon in France before Louis XIV. 28 (2002): 63–117.

Thompson, Susan E. Deutsche Schalmei: A Question of Terminology. 25 (1999): 31–60.

Thompson, Susan E. Smaller than Hautbois: A Fresh Look at James Talbot’s Schalmeye. 28 (2002): 246–60.

Skórski, Jan

Vogel, Benjamin. Two Tangent Square Pianos in Poland. 20 (1994): 84–89.

Smith, Azariah

Selch, Frederick R. Some Moravian Makers of Bowed Stringed Instruments. 19 (1993): 38–64.

Stadler, Anton 

Poulin, Pamela L. Anton Stadler’s Basset Clarinet: Recent Discoveries in Riga. 22 (1996): 110–127.

Poulin, Pamela L. [Communication]. 23 (1997): 171 [correction of fig. 3 in her article, “Anton Stadler’s Basset Clarinet: Recent Discoveries in Riga,” 22 (1996): 110–27].

Stein, Johann Andreas 

Rice, John A. Stein’s “Favorite Instrument”: A Vis-à-vis Piano-Harpsichord in Naples. 21 (1995): 30–64.

Steinway Family

Hoover, Cynthia Adams. The Steinways and Their Pianos in the Nineteenth Century. 7 (1981): 47–89.

Lott, R. Allen. Chickering, Steinway, and Three Nineteenth-Century European Piano Virtuosos. 21 (1995): 65–85.

Stradivari, Antonio 

Topham, John. A Dendrochronological Study of Violins Made by Antonio Stradivari. 29 (2003): 72–96.

Strings

Bonta, Stephen. Catline Strings Revisited. 14 (1988): 38–60.

Bonta, Stephen. From Violone to Violoncello: A Question of Strings? 3 (1977): 64–99.

Terminology see Nomenclature and Terminology

Thalberg, Sigismond 

Lott, R. Allen. Chickering, Steinway, and Three Nineteenth-Century European Piano Virtuosos. 21 (1995): 65–85.

Theater

Matusky, Patricia. Musical Instruments and Musicians of the Malay Shadow Puppet Theater. 8 (1982): 38–68.

Theewes, Lodewyk

Barry, Wilson. The Lodewyk Theewes Claviorganum and its Position in the History of Keyboard Instruments. 16 (1990): 5–41.

Theophilus (pseud. of Roger of Helmarshausen)

Barry, Wilson. Theophilus on Making Organ Pipes. 15 (1989): 74–89.

Thon, Christian Friedrich Gottlieb

Brauchli, Bernard. The Clavichord in Christian Friedrich Gottlieb Thon’s Keyboard Manual, Ueber Klavierinstrumente (1817). 9 (1983): 68–88.

Timpani 

Bowles, Edmund A. Mendelssohn, Schumann, and Ernst Pfundt: A Pivotal Relationship between Two Composers and a Timpanist. 24 (1998): 5–26.

Bowles, Edmund A. Nineteenth-Century Innovations in the Use and Construction of the Timpani. 5–6 (1979–80): 74–143.

Bowles, Edmund A. On Using the Proper Tympani in the Performance of Baroque Music. 2 (1976): 56–68.

Toledo (Ohio) 

Hettrick, William E. The Dolceola: A Story of Musical Enterprise in Toledo, Ohio. 26 (2000): 141–186.

Trade in Musical Instruments 

Banks, Margaret Downie, and James W. Jordan. C. G. Conn: The Man (1844–1931) and His Company (1874–1915). 14 (1988): 61–113.

Bouterse, Jan. [Communication]. 26 (2000): 243–50 [expands on the final footnote of his article, “The Deutsche Schalmeien of Richard Haka,” 25 (1999): 61–94].

Carter, Stewart. The Gütter Family: Wind Instrument Makers and Dealers to the Moravian Brethren in America. 27 (2001): 48–83.

Eliason, Robert E. Charles G. Christman, Musical Instrument Maker in Nineteenth-Century New York. 27 (2001): 84–120.

Ellsworth, Jane. Early American Clarinet Makers and Sellers, 1761–1820. 32 (2006): 80–123.

Hettrick, William E. The Dolceola: A Story of Musical Enterprise in Toledo, Ohio. 26 (2000): 141–186.

Hettrick, William E. Harry Edward Freund’s Great Square-Piano Bonfire: A Tale Told in the Press. 30 (2004): 57–97.

Trap Set

Dobney, Jayson. The Creation of the Trap Set and its Development Before 1920. 30 (2004): 24–56.

Treatises

Barbieri, Patrizio. Musical Instruments and Players in J.-A. Charles’s Acoustique(Paris, c. 1787–1802) and Other French Technical Sources. 23 (1997):94–120.

Barry, Wilson. Theophilus on Making Organ Pipes. 15 (1989): 74–89.

Brauchli, Bernard. Aspects of Early Keyboard Technique: Hand and Finger Positions, as Seen in Early Treatises and Iconographical Documents. Part 1, 18 (1992): 62–102; Part 2, 20 (1994): 90–110.

Brauchli, Bernard. The Clavichord in Christian Friedrich Gottlieb Thon’s Keyboard Manual, Ueber Klavierinstrumente (1817). 9 (1983): 68–88.

Crane, Frederick. Tobias Schönfeld’s Compendium instrumentorum musicalium(Liegnitz, 1625). 5–6 (1979–80): 37–41.

Hettrick, William E. Identifying and Defining the Ruszpfeif: Some Observations and Etymological Theories. 17 (1991): 53–68.

Howell, Standley. Paulus Paulirinus of Prague on Musical Instruments. 5–6 (1979–80): 9–36.

Howell, Standley. Ramos de Pareja’s “Brief Discussion of Various Instruments”. 11 (1985): 14–37.

Koster, John. The Divided Bridge, Due Tension, and Rational Striking Point in Early English Grand Pianos. 23 (1997): 5–55.

Powell, Ardal. The Tromlitz Flute. 22 (1996): 89–109.

Powley, Harrison. The Drum Tablature Tradition of American Military Music of the Early Nineteenth Century: Levi Lovering’s The Drummers Assistant, or the Art of Drumming Made Easy. 21 (1995): 5–29.

Semmens, Richard. The Bassoons in Marin Mersenne’s Harmonie universelle (1636). 10 (1984): 22–31.

Thompson, Susan E. Smaller than Hautbois: A Fresh Look at James Talbot’s Schalmeye. 28 (2002): 246–60.

Trombacellos 

Eliason, Robert E. Rhodolph Hall: Nineteenth-Century Keyed Bugle, Cornet, and Clarinet Soloist. 29 (2003): 5–71.

Trombae marinae

Adkins, Cecil, and Alis Dickinson. A Trumpet by Any Other Name: Toward an Etymology of the Trumpet Marine. 8 (1982): 5–15.

Trombones

Eliason, Robert E. Charles G. Christman, Musical Instrument Maker in Nineteenth-Century New York. 27 (2001): 84–120.

Stewart, Gary M. The Restoration of a 1608 Trombone by Jacob Bauer, Nuremberg. 8 (1982): 79–92.

Tromlitz, Johann Georg 

Powell, Ardal. The Tromlitz Flute. 22 (1996): 89–109.

Tubas

Heyde, Herbert. The Early Berlin Valve and an Unsigned Tuba at the Shrine to Music Museum. 20 (1994): 54–64.

Tuning, Temperament, and Intonation

Barbieri, Patrizio. Musical Instruments and Players in J.-A. Charles’s Acoustique(Paris, c. 1787–1802) and Other French Technical Sources. 23 (1997):94–120.

Hoag, Barbara Brewster. A Spanish Clavichord Tuning of the Seventeenth Century. 2 (1976): 86–95.

Kuronen, Darcy. James A. Bazin and the Development of Free-Reed Instruments in America. 31 (2005): 133–182.

McGeary, Thomas. German-Austrian Keyboard Temperaments and Tuning Methods, 1770–1840: Evidence from Contemporary Sources. 15 (1989): 90–118.

Powell, Ardal. The Tromlitz Flute. 22 (1996): 89–109.

Valves (for brass instruments) 

Snedeker, Jeffrey L. Fétis and the “Meifred” Horn. 23 (1997): 121–146.

Viole da gamba: see Viols

Viole da spalla 

Barnett, Gregory. The Violoncello da Spalla: Shouldering the Cello in the Baroque Era. 24 (1998): 81–106.

Violins 

Eliason, Robert E. Rhodolph Hall: Nineteenth-Century Keyed Bugle, Cornet, and Clarinet Soloist. 29 (2003): 5–71.

Kuronen, Darcy. Early Violin Making in New England. 28 (2002): 5–62.

Topham, John. A Dendrochronological Study of Violins Made by Antonio Stradivari. 29 (2003): 72–96.

Violoncelli da spalla 

Barnett, Gregory. The Violoncello da Spalla: Shouldering the Cello in the Baroque Era. 24 (1998): 81–106.

Violoncellos

Barnett, Gregory. The Violoncello da Spalla: Shouldering the Cello in the Baroque Era. 24 (1998): 81–106.

Bonta, Stephen. From Violone to Violoncello: A Question of Strings? 3 (1977): 64–99.

Bonta, Stephen. Terminology for the Bass Violin in Seventeenth-Century Italy. 4 (1978): 5–42.

Viols

Peppers, Emily. Richard Hume and Viol Making in Early Sixteenth-Century Britain. 32 (2006): 124–144.

Virdung, Sebastian

Hettrick, William E. Identifying and Defining the Ruszpfeif: Some Observations and Etymological Theories. 17 (1991): 53–68.

Voboam Family

Gétreau, Florence. Recent Research about the Voboam Family and Their Guitars. 31 (2005): 5–66.

Walter, Anton

Rice, John A. Anton Walter, Instrument Maker to Leopold II. 15 (1989): 32–51.

Werckmeister, Andreas

Williams, Peter. Was Johann Sebastian Bach an Organ Expert or an Acquisitive Reader of Andreas Werckmeister? 11 (1985): 38–54.

Whiteley, William

Ellsworth, Jane. Early American Clarinet Makers and Sellers, 1761–1820. 32 (2006): 80–123.

Woodwind Instruments

Bernardini, Alfredo. Woodwind Makers in Venice, 1790–1900. 15 (1989): 52–73.

Bowles, Edmund A. Iconography as a Tool for Examining the Loud Consort in the Fifteenth Century. 3 (1977): 100–21.

Bryant, Wanda. The Keyless Double Reed Aerophone: Its Usage, Construction, and Worldwide Distribution. 16 (1990): 132–76.

Eliason, Robert E. Letters to Marsh & Chase from Graves & Company, Musical Instrument Makers. 4 (1978): 43–53.

Greenberg, Michael D. Musical Instruments in the Archives of the French Court: The Argenterie, Menus Plaisirs et Affaires de la Chambre, 1733–1792. 32 (2006): 5–79.

Haynes, Bruce. Johann Sebastian Bach’s Pitch Standards: The Woodwind Perspective. 11 (1985): 55–114.

Haynes, Bruce. Questions of Tonality in Bach’s Cantatas: The Woodwind Perspective. 12 (1986): 40–67.

Hettrick, William E. Identifying and Defining the Ruszpfeif: Some Observations and Etymological Theories. 17 (1991): 53–68.

Joppig, Gunther. Sarrusophone, Rothphone (Saxorusophone), and Reed Contrabass. 12 (1986): 68–106.

See also Bassoons, Clarinets, Dulcians, Flutes, Hautbois de Poitou, Heckelphones, Musettes, Oboes, Recorders, Reed Instruments, Reeds, Sarrusophones, Saxophones, Shawms

Wright, Elbridge G.

Eliason, Robert E. Bugles Beyond Compare: The Presentation E-flat Keyed Bugle in Mid-Nineteenth-Century America. 31 (2005): 67–132.

reviews by author of book

 

Acht, Rob von, see Scheurwater, Wouter, and Rob van Acht.

Adams, Peter H. An Annotated Index to Selected Articles from The Musical Courier, 1880–1940. Reviewed by William E. Hettrick. 36 (2010): 179–82.

Ahrens, Christian. Valved Brass: The History of an Invention. Reviewed by Robert E. Eliason. 35 (2009): 171–74.

Aksdal, Bjørn. Med Piber og Basuner, Skalmeye og Fiol: Musikinstrumenter i Norge ca. 1600–1800 [With pipes and trombones, shawm and fiddle: musical instruments in Norway ca. 1600–1800]. Reviewed by John G. Johnstone. 9 (1983): 124–25.

Anoyanakis, Fivos. Greek Popular Musical Instruments, Engl. transl. by Christopher N. W. Klint. Reviewed by Margaret Anne Downie. 9 (1983): 118–21.

Armstrong, Janice Gray, ed. Catching the Tune: Music and William Sidney Mount. Reviewed by Dale Higbee. 11 (1985): 176–79.

Arnold, Alison, ed. South Asia: The Indian Subcontinent (The Garland Encyclopedia of World Music,Vol. 5). Reviewed by Beth Bullard. 27 (2001): 183–88. 

Arruga, Franco Lorenzo, Luigi di Fronzo, Elena Previdi, and Giovanni Paolo Di Stefano. Note de valzer nel mondo viennese: Arte e musica nel fortepiano di Heitzmann / Waltzes from the World of Vienna: Art and Music on the Heitzmann Fortepiano. Alla ricerca dei suoni perduti / In Search of Lost Sounds, Appendix 2. Reviewed by Anita Sullivan. 38 (2012): 166–69.

Askenfelt, Anders, ed. Five Lectures on the Acoustics of the Piano. Reviewed by Edward L. Kottick. 18 (1992): 124–31.

Bachman-Geiser, Brigitte. Europäische Musikinstrumente im Bernischen Historischen Museum: Die Sammlung als Spiegel bernischer Musikkultur. Reviewed by Beth Bullard. 29 (2003): 266–70. 

Bahnert, Heinz, Theodor Herzberg, and Herbert Schramm. Metallblasinstrumente, 2d ed. Reviewed by George R. Hunter. 15 (1989): 129–31.

Baines, Anthony. The Bate Collection of Historical Wind Instruments: Catalogue of the Instruments. Reviewed by Dale Higbee. 5–6 (1979–80): 216–17.

Banks, Margaret Downie, see Downie, Margaret Anne. 

Bär, Frank P., ed. Musica Instrumentalis: Zeitschrift für Organologie. Ausgabe 1 (1998); Band 2 (1999). Reviewed by William Hettrick. 27 (2001): 212–15. 

Barbieri, Patrizio. Enharmonic Instruments and Music, 1470–1900: Revised and Translated Studies. Reviewed by Edward L. Kottick. 35 (2009): 159–63.

Barbieri, Patrizio. Physics of Wind Instruments and Organ Pipes 1100 –2010: New and Extended Writings. Reviewed by Murray Campbell. 42 (2016): 240–43.

Barclay, Robert. The Preservation and Use of Historic Musical Instruments. Reviewed by Albert R. Rice. 32 (2006): 191–94.

Barclay, Robert L., ed. The Care of Historic Musical Instruments. Reviewed by Laurence Libin. 25 (1999): 157–60. 

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Wackernagel, Bettina. Musikinstrumentenverzeichnis der Bayerischen Hofkapelle von 1655: Faksimile, Transkription und Kommentar. Reviewed by William E. Hettrick. 32 (2006): 179–82.

Wagner, Gunther, see Meer, John Henry van der, Martin Elster, and Gunther Wagner.

Wainwright, Jonathan, and Peter Holman, eds. From Renaissance to Baroque: Change in Instruments and Instrumental Music in the Seventeenth Century. Reviewed by James B. Kopp. 33 (2007): 264–68.

Wardman, Judith, see Brauchli, Bernard, Alberto Galazzo, and Judith Wardman, eds.

Waring, Dennis G. Manufacturing the Muse: Estey Organs and Consumer Culture in Victorian America. Reviewed by Darcy Kuronen. 30 (2004): 175–79.

Waterhouse, William. The New Langwill Index: A Dictionary of Musical Wind-Instrument Makers and Inventors. Reviewed by Albert Rice. 21 (1995): 94–97. 

Waterhouse, William. The Proud Bassoon. Reviewed by Beverley Ervine. 11 (1985): 189–90.

Watson, John R. Artifacts in Use: The Paradox of Restoration and the Conservation of Organs. Reviewed by R. L. Barclay. 36 (2010): 166–69.

Watson, John R. ed. Organ Restoration Reconsidered: Proceedings of a Colloquium. Reviewed by Isabelle Emerson. 33 (2007): 255–59.

Weber, Rainer, see Meer, John Henry van der, and Rainer Weber.

Wells, Elizabeth, and Christopher Nobbs, eds. Museum of Instruments: Catalogue. Part 3, European Stringed Instruments. Reviewed by Joëlle Morton. 34 (2008): 114–16.

Wheeler, Tom. American Guitars: An Illustrated History. Reviewed by Nancy Groce. 11 (1985): 187–89.

Whitney, Quincy. American Luthier: Carleen Hutchins—the Art & Science of the Violin. Reviewed by Allison A. Alcorn. 42 (2016): 249–53.

Wilder, Tom, ed. The Conservation, Restoration, and Repair of Stringed Instruments and Their Bows. Reviewed by Arian Sheets. 37 (2011): 175–79.

Williams, Peter. A New History of the Organ, from the Greeks to the Present Day. Reviewed by Barbara Owen. 7 (1981): 102–08.

Williams, Peter. The European Organ 1450–1850. Reviewed by Arthur Lawrence. 9 (1983): 128–30.

Woodfield, Ian. The Early History of the Viol. Reviewed by John E. Sawyer. 13 (1987): 121–25.

Woodrow, David. The Shape of Stradivari Violins: Proportions in the Forms and Violins of Antonio Stradivari. Reviewed by Allison A. Alcorn-Oppedahl. 20 (1994): 120–21.

Yearsley, David. Bach’s Feet: The Organ Pedals in European Culture. Reviewed by Jane Schatkin Hettrick. 39 (2013): 216–19. 

Young, Philip T. Twenty-five Hundred Historical Woodwind Instruments: An Inventory of the Major Collections. Reviewed by Mary Jean Simpson. 10 (1984): 125–26.

Young, Phillip T. 4900 Historical Woodwind Instruments: An Inventory of 200 Makers in International Collections. Reviewed by Dale Higbee. 21 (1995): 98–101. 

Young, Phillip T. Die Holzblasinstrumente im Oberösterreichischen Landesmuseum / Woodwind Instruments of the Oberösterreichisches Landesmuseum. Reviewed by Michael Finkelman. 25 (1999): 139–43. 

Zhuo, Sun. The Chinese Zheng Zither: Contemporary Transformations. Reviewed by Beth Bullard. 42 (2016): 238–40.

reviews by title of book

 

200 Jahre Patente, Privilegien und Gebrauchsmuster im internationalen Holz- und Metallblasinstrumentenbau. Günter Dullat. Reviewed by Albert R. Rice. 38 (2012): 162–65.

The Acoustic Guitar: Adjustment, Care, Maintenance and Repair. Don E. Teeter. Reviewed by H. E. Hutting II. 3 (1977): 134–36.

Acquired of the Angels: The Lives and Works of Master Guitar Makers John D’Angelico and James L. D’Aquisto. Paul William Schmidt. Reviewed by Charles F. McGovern. 24 (1998): 154–56.

Adolphe Sax (1814–1894): Sa vie, son oevre et ses instruments de musique. Malou Haine. Reviewed by Carolyn Bryant. 9 (1983): 132–35.

Alla ricerca dei suoni perduti: Arte e musica negli strumenti della collezione di Fernanda Giulini / In Search of Lost Sounds: Art and Music in the Instruments Collection of Fernanda Giulini. John Henry van der Meer, et al. Reviewed by Thomas G. MacCracken. 34 (2008): 145–49.

Alte Meistergeigen: Beschreibungen, Expertisen, vols. 5–8. Adolf Heinrich König, ed. Reviewed by Myron Rosenblum. 12 (1986): 166–67.

Alte Musikinstrumente aus niederbayerischen Werkstätten. Konrad Ruhland. Reviewed by William E. Hettrick. 8 (1982): 111–16.

Alte Musikinstrumente in Basel / Instruments de musique anciens à Bâle / Ancient Musical Instruments in Basle. Walter Nef. Reviewed by Dale Higbee. 3 (1977): 132–34.

The Amateur Wind Instrument Maker. Trevor Robinson. Reviewed by Laura E. Beha. 1 (1975):126–27.

The American Reed Organ and the Harmonium: A Treatise on Its History, Restoration and Tuning, with Descriptions of Some Outstanding Collections, Including a Stop Dictionary and a Directory of Reed Organs. Robert F. Gellerman. Reviewed by Allison Alcorn-Oppedahl. 25 (1999): 148–51.

America’s Instrument: The Banjo in the Nineteenth Century. Philip F. Gura and James F. Bollman. Reviewed by André Larson. 27 (2001): 195–98.

American Guitars: An Illustrated History. Tom Wheeler. Reviewed by Nancy Groce. 11 (1985): 187–89.

American Luthier: Carleen Hutchins—the Art & Science of the Violin. Quincy Whitney. Reviewed by Allison A. Alcorn. 42 (2016): 249–53.

American Musical Instruments in The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Laurence Libin. Reviewed by Dale Higbee. 13 (1987): 110–13.

An Annotated Index to Selected Articles from The Musical Courier, 1880–1940. Peter H. Adams. Reviewed by William E. Hettrick. 36 (2010): 179–82.

Analog Days: The Invention and Impact of the Moog Synthesizer. Trevor Pinch and Frank Trocco. Reviewed by Randy Westbrook. 32 (2006): 175–79.

Ancient Egyptian Musical Instruments. Lise Manniche. Reviewed by Martha Maas. 4 (1978): 119–21.

Ancient Text Messages of the Yorùbá Bàtá Drum: Cracking the Code. Amanda Villepastour. Reviewed by Beth Bullard. 38 (2012): 153–57.

Antichi strumenti in un moderno museo: Museo Nazionale Strumenti Musicali—Roma, 2d ed. Luise Cervelli. Reviewed by Darcy Kuronen. 15 (1989): 119–21.

Art Institute of Chicago. Margareth Owens with Terence Ford, ed. Reviewed by Carolyn Bryant. 16 (1990): 197–201.

Artifacts in Use: The Paradox of Restoration and the Conservation of Organs. John R. Watson. Reviewed by R. L. Barclay. 36 (2010): 166–69.

The Art of Music: American Paintings & Musical Instruments, 1770–1910. William Salzillo, ed. Reviewed by Dale Higbee. 11 (1985): 176–79.

The Art of Tuning: A Self-Guided Manual for Piano Tuning, Design, Action Regulation, and Repair from mid-19th Century France: For the Piano Owner and Technician, with Guidelines for Training the Blind and Visually Impaired. Claude Montal. Reviewed by Anne Beetem Acker. 41(2015): 267–70. 

Aspects of Harpsichord Making in the British Isles. Howard Schott and John Koster, eds. Reviewed by Edward L. Kottick. 36 (2010): 155–57.

Aux Origines du Musée de la Musique: Les Collections instrumentales du Conservatoire de Paris, 1793–1993. Florence Gétreau. Reviewed by André P. Larson. 25 (1999): 133–36.

Bach’s Continuo Group: Players and Practices in His Vocal Works. Laurence Dana Dreyfus. Reviewed by Gordon Sandford. 15 (1989): 125–27.

Bach’s Feet: The Organ Pedals in European Culture. David Yearsley. Reviewed by Jane Schatkin Hettrick. 39 (2013): 216–19. 

The Bagpipe: The History of a Musical Instrument. Francis Collinson. Reviewed by Shelley Gruskin. 4 (1978): 141–43.

Bagpipes and Tunings. Theodor H. Podnos. Reviewed by J. Richard Haefer. 2 (1976): 102–03.

Bagpipes: A National Collection of a National Instrument. Hugh Cheape. Reviewed by James Kopp. 35 (2009): 180–83.

Bands: The Brass Band Movement in the 19th and 20th Centuries. Trevor Herbert, ed. Reviewed by S. Frederick Starr. 19 (1993): 112–13.

The Baroque Double Bass Violone. Alfred Planyavsky. Reviewed by Shanon P. Zusman. 26 (2000): 238–42.

The Bassanos: Venetian Musicians and Instrument Makers in England, 1531–1665.David Lasocki, with Roger Prior Reviewed by Giulio M. Ongaro. 23 (1997): 158–61.

The Bate Collection of Historical Wind Instruments: Catalogue of the Instruments. Anthony Baines. Reviewed by Dale Higbee. 5–6 (1979–80): 216–17.

Beiträge zum historischen Cembalobau. Hubert Henkel. Reviewed by Howard J. Serwer. 9 (1983): 125–28.

Brass Scholarship in Review: Proceedings of the Historic Brass Society Conference, Cité de la Musique, Paris 1999. Stewart Carter, ed. Reviewed by Niles Eldredge. 34 (2008): 122–24.

Broadwood Square Pianos: Their Historical Context, and Technical Development, Together with a New Biography of John Broadwood. Michael Cole. Reviewed by Sabine K. Klaus. 33 (2007): 249–52.

The Brussels Museum of Musical Instruments Bulletin, vol. 4. René de Maeyer, ed. Reviewed by R. Peter Wolf. 5–6 (1979–80): 176–79.

C. F. Martin and His Guitars, 1796–1873. Philip F. Gura. Reviewed by Darcy Kuronen. 31 (2005): 187–91.

The Cambridge Companion to Brass Instruments. Trevor Herbert and John Wallace, editors. Reviewed by John Q. Ericson. 25 (1999): 151–54.

The Cambridge Companion to Electronic Music. Nick Collins and Julio d’Escriván, eds. Reviewed by Mark Zaki. 35 (2009): 150–53.

The Cambridge Companion to the Cello. Robin Stowell, editor. Reviewed by Brenda Neece. 27 (2001): 208–12.

The Cambridge Companion to the Organ. Nicholas Thistlethwaite and Geoffrey Webber, editors. Reviewed by Arthur P. Lawrence. 26 (2000): 228–31.

The Cambridge Companion to the Piano. David Rowland, editor. Reviewed by Stephen Siek. 26 (2000): 221–24.

The Care of Historic Musical Instruments. Robert L. Barclay, editor. Reviewed by Laurence Libin. 25 (1999): 157–60.

The Carel van Leeuwen Boomkamp Collection of Musical Instruments: Descriptive Catalogue. Carel van Leeuwen Boomkamp and John Henry van der Meer. Reviewed by Lloyd P. Farrar. 9 (1983): 112–17.

Catalogo degli strumenti musicali dell’ Accademia Filarmonica di Verona. John Henry van der Meer and Rainer Weber. Reviewed by R. M. Rosenbaum. 10 (1984): 120–23.

Catalogue of the Sir Nicholas Shackleton Collection. Arnold Myers, ed. Reviewed by Robert Howe. 35 (2009): 177–80.

Catching the Tune: Music and William Sidney Mount. Janice Gray Armstrong, ed. Reviewed by Dale Higbee. 11 (1985): 176–79.

Cavaillé-Coll and the Musicians. Fenner Douglass. Reviewed by Charles Ferguson. 8 (1982): 102–04. 

The Cello. Elizabeth Cowling. Reviewed by Mary Cyr. 4 (1978): 136–38.

A Checklist of European Harps. Laurence Libin. Reviewed by Dale Higbee. 7 (1981): 116–18.

A Checklist of Keyboard Instruments at the Smithsonian Institution. 2d ed. J. Scott Odell, and Cynthia Adams Hoover, eds. Reviewed by John Henry van der Meer. 5–6 (1979–80): 179–82.

A Checklist of Pianos: Musical Instrument Collection Haags Gemeentemuseum. Clemens von Gleich. Reviewed by Thomas Masinter. 15 (1989): 121–22.

A Checklist of Viole da gambe (Viols). William L. Monical. Reviewed by Dale Higbee. 7 (1981): 116–18.

Chinese Musical Instruments. Alan R. Thrasher. Reviewed by Barbara B. Smith. 28 (2002): 211–15.

The Chinese Zheng Zither: Contemporary Transformations. Sun Zhuo. Reviewed by Beth Bullard. 42 (2016): 238–40.

Chopin e il suono di Pleyel: Arte e musica nella Parigi romantica / Chopin and the Pleyel Sound: Art and Music in Romantic Paris / Chopin et le son Pleyel: Art et musique dans le Paris romantique. Alla ricerca dei suoni perduti / In Search of Lost Sounds, Appendix 3. Florence Gétreau et al. Reviewed by Anita Sullivan. 38 (2012): 166–69.

Cinco siglos de música de tecla española / Five Centuries of Spanish Keyboard Music: Proceedings of FIMTE Symposia 2002–2004. Luisa Morales, ed. Reviewed by Susanne Skyrm . 35 (2009): 163–68.

The Clarinet in the Classical Period. Albert R. Rice. Reviewed by Deborah Check Reeves. 31 (2005): 199–202.

The Clarinet. Eric Hoeprich. Reviewed by Albert R. Rice. 35 (2009): 174–77. 

Clarinette: Méthodes et Traités, Dictionnaires. Philippe Lescat and Jean Saint-Arroman, editors. Reviewed by Albert R. Rice. 28 (2002): 234–38.

The Classical Mandolin. Paul Sparks. Reviewed by Ann Viles. 23 (1997): 164–66.

Clavicembali e spinette dal XVI al XIX secolo: Collezione L. F. Tagliavini. Luigi Ferdinando Tagliavini, and John Henry van der Meer. Reviewed by Edward L. Kottick. 14 (1988): 174–77.

The Clavichord. Bernard Brauchli. Reviewed by Richard Troeger. 26 (2000): 224–28.

The Collection of Musical Instruments [at the Kunitachi College of Music Research Institute, Tokyo]. Sumi Gunji, Kazue Nakamizo, Miki Ito, and Mayumi Okada, eds. Reviewed by Peter H. Adams. 17 (1991): 145–46.

The Complete Luthier’s Library: A Useful International Critical Bibliography for the Maker and Connoisseur of Stringed and Plucked Instruments. Roberto Regazzi, comp. Reviewed by Ann Viles. 19 (1993): 109–11.

Concerning the Flute: Ten Articles about Flute Literature, Flute Playing, Flute Making, and Flutists. Rien de Reede, ed. Reviewed by Jane P. Ambrose. 12 (1986): 167–70.

Connecticut’s Fife and Drum Tradition. James Clark. Reviewed by Jayson Dobney. 39 (2013): 209–12.

The Conservation, Restoration, and Repair of Stringed Instruments and Their Bows. Tom Wilder, ed. Reviewed by Arian Sheets. 37 (2011): 175–79.

Cordes et claviers au temps de Mozart: Actes des Rencontres Internationales harmoniques, Lausanne 2006 / Bowed and Keyboard Instruments in the Age of Mozart: Proceedings of the harmoniques International Congress, Lausanne 2006. Thomas Steiner, ed. Reviewed by Laurence Libin. 37 (2011): 165–68.

Cordofones de tecla portugueses do século XVIII: Clavicordios, cravos, pianofortes e espinetas / Portuguese String Keyboard Instruments of the Eighteenth Century: Clavichords, Harpsichords, Fortepianos and Spinets. Gerhard Doderer and John Henry van der Meer. Reviewed by Susanne Skyrm. 34 (2008): 140–44.

The Crumhorn and Other Renaissance Windcap Instruments. Barra Boydell. Reviewed by Kenton T. Meyer. 9 (1983): 133–42.

The Crumhorn: Its History, Design, Repertory, and Technique. Kenton Terry Meyer. Reviewed by Herbert W. Myers. 10 (1984): 134–38.

Der Csakan und seine Musik: Wiener Musikleben im frühen 19. Jahrhundert, dargestellt am Beispiel einer Spazierstockblockflöte. Marianne Betz. Reviewed by William Hettrick. 21 (1995): 101–04.

La cultura del fortepiano / Die Kultur des Hammerklaviers 1770–1830: Atti del Convegno internazionale di studi / Akten der internationalen Studientagung; Roma 26–29 Maggio 2004 / Rom 26.–29. Mai 2004. Richard Bösel, ed. Reviewed by Eva Badura-Skoda . 36 (2010): 160–65.

Dangerous Curves: The Art of the Guitar. Darcy Kuronen. Reviewed by Jeremy Tubbs. 28 (2002): 220–22.

De Clavicordio II: Proceedings of the International Clavichord Symposium = Atti del Congresso Internazionale sul Clavicordo: Magnano, 21–23 September 1995. Bernard Brauchli, Susan Brauchli, and Alberto Galazzo, editors. Reviewed by Edward L. Kottick. 24 (1998): 164–69.

De Clavicordio VI: Proceedings of the VI International Clavichord Symposium, Magnano 2003. Bernard Brauchli, Alberto Galazzo, and Ivan Moody, eds. Reviewed by Rodney Myrvaagnes. 34 (2008): 135–40.

De clavicordio VIII: The Clavichord on the Iberian Peninsula; Proceedings of the VIII International Clavichord Symposium, Magnano, 5–8 September 2007. Bernard Brauchli, Alberto Galazzo, and Judith Wardman, eds Reviewed by Laurence Libin. 35 (2009): 168–71.

De Clavicordio X: Proceedings of the X International Clavichord Symposium. Bernard Brauchli, Alberto Galazzo, and Judith Wardman, eds.Reviewed by John Koster. 40 (2014): 245–49. 

De Clavicordio IX: Proceedings of the IX International Clavichord Symposium. Bernard Brauchli, Alberto Galazzo, and Judith Wardman, eds.Reviewed by John Koster. 40 (2014): 245–49.

Dictionnaire des facteurs d’instruments de musique en Wallonie et à Bruxelles du 9e siècle à nos jours. Malou Haine and Nicolas Meeùs, eds. Reviewed by Barbara Owen. 14 (1988): 164–67.

A Description and History of the Pianoforte and of the Older Keyboard Stringed Instruments. Alfred J. Hipkins. Reviewed by Laurence Libin. 5–6 (1979–80): 182–84.

The Development of the Modern Flute. Nancy Toff. Reviewed by Jane P. Ambrose. 8 (1982): 108–11.

The Development of the Modern Violin, 1775–1825: The Rise of the French School.John Huber. Reviewed by John Moran. 28 (2002): 222–27.

A Dictionary of Traditional Japanese Musical Instruments: From Prehistory to the Edo Period. Sumi Gunji and Henry Johnson. Reviewed by Jeremy Montagu. 40 (2014): 249–52.

The Didjeridu: From Arnhem Land to Internet. Karl Neuenfeldt, editor. Reviewed by J. Kenneth Moore. 27 (2001): 188–91.

Directory of Contemporary Musical Instrument Makers. Susan Caust Farrell, Reviewed by Dale Higbee. 10 (1984): 119–20.

Domenico Scarlatti en España: Actas de los simposia FIMTE 2006–2007 / Domenico Scarlatti in Spain: Proceedings of FIMTE Symposia 2006–2007. Luisa Morales, ed. Reviewed by Edward Pepe. 37 (2011): 169–71.

The Duduk and National Identity in Armenia. Andy Nercessian. Reviewed by J. Kenneth Moore. 32 (2006): 183–86.

Dutch Woodwind Instruments and Their Makers, 1660–1760. Jan Bouterse. Reviewed by Albert R. Rice. 34 (2008): 131–35.

Early American Brass Makers. Robert E. Eliason. Reviewed by Robert E. Sheldon. 7 (1981): 114–16.

The Early Flute. John Solum. Reviewed by Dale Higbee. 20 (1994): 126–28.

The Early Guitar: A History and Handbook. James Tyler. Reviewed by Clare Callahan. 9 (1983): 130–32.

The Early History of the Viol. Ian Woodfield. Reviewed by John E. Sawyer. 13 (1987): 121–25.

Early Keyboard Instruments in European Museums. Edward L. Kottick and George Lucktenberg. Reviewed by Darcy Kuronen. 24 (1998): 169–72.

The Early Mandolin. James Tyler and Paul Sparks. Reviewed by Patrick Snowden Marshall. 17 (1991): 157–58.

Early Percussion Instruments from the Middle Ages to the Baroque. James Blades and Jeremy Montagu. Reviewed by Edmund A. Bowles. 4 (1978): 125–30.

The Early Piano. C. F. Colt. Reviewed by Frederick K. Gable. 8 (1982): 99–102.

The Eddy Collection of Musical Instruments: A Checklist. Edwin M. Good. Reviewed by James M. Borders. 14 (1988): 168–71.

The Electric Guitar: A History of an American Icon. André Millard, ed. Reviewed by Matthew Hill. 34 (2008): 119–22.

Éléments d’acoustique musicale et instrumentale: Comprenant l’examen de la construction théorique de tous les instruments de musique en usage dans l’orchestre moderne, 2d ed. Victor-Charles Mahillon. Reviewed by John W. Coltman. 11 (1985): 179–82.

The Eloquent Oboe: A History of the Hautboy from 1640 to 1760. Bruce Haynes. Reviewed by Susan E. Thompson. 29 (2003): 245–49.

The Embergher Mandolin. Ralf Leenen and Barry Pratt. Reviewed by James Tyler. 33 (2007): 252–54.

Enharmonic Instruments and Music, 1470–1900: Revised and Translated Studies.Patrizio Barbieri. Reviewed by Edward L. Kottick. 35 (2009): 159–63.

La Escuela Granadina de Guitarreros = Granada School of Guitar-Makers, Alberto Cuéllar et al., ed. John Ray. Reviewed by James Westbrook. 42 (2016): 246–49.

Europäische Musikinstrumente im Bernischen Historischen Museum: Die Sammlung als Spiegel bernischer Musikkultur. Brigitte Bachman-Geiser. Reviewed by Beth Bullard. 29 (2003): 266–70.

European and American Wind and Percussion Instruments: Catalogue of the Stearns Collection of Musical Instruments, University of Michigan. James M. Borders. Reviewed by Albert R. Rice. 15 (1989): 133–37.

The European Organ 1450–1850. Peter Williams. Reviewed by Arthur Lawrence. 9 (1983): 128–30.

The Evolution of Javanese Gamelan. Book 1, Music of the Roaring Sea. Mantle Hood. Reviewed by Barbara B. Smith. 11 (1985): 192–95.

The Evolution of Javanese Gamelan. Book 2, The Legacy of the Roaring Sea. Mantle Hood. Reviewed by Barbara B. Smith. 12 (1986): 158–61.

The Evolution of Javanese Gamelan. Book 3, Paragon of the Roaring Sea. Mantle Hood. Reviewed by Barbara B. Smith. 17 (1991): 162.

Extant Medieval Musical Instruments: A Provisional Catalogue by Types. Frederick Crane. Reviewed by Edwin M. Ripin. 1 (1975):131–33.

Five Lectures on the Acoustics of the Piano. Anders Askenfelt, ed. Reviewed by Edward L. Kottick. 18 (1992): 124–31.

Il Flauto dolce: revista semestrale per lo studio e la pratica della musica antica. Giancarlo Ristirolla, ed. Reviewed by Herbert W. Myers. 17 (1991): 146–49.

Flentrop in America: An Account of the Work and Influence of the Dutch Organ Builder D. A. Flentrop in the United States, 1939–1977. John Fesperman. Reviewed by Barbara Owen. 10 (1984): 123–25.

The Flute. Ardal Powell. Reviewed by Jane M. Bowers. 29 (2003): 237–44.

The Flute Book: A Complete Guide for Students and Performers. Nancy Toff. Reviewed by Jane P. Ambrose. 13 (1987): 126–28.

La flûte traversiere à une clef. M. Castellengo, F. Drouin, and P. Sechet. Reviewed by John W. Coltman. 8 (1982): 105–08.

Folk Musical Instruments of Turkey. Laurence Picken. Reviewed by Karl Signell. 5–6 (1979–80): 171–76.

The Fortepiano Writings of Streicher, Dieudonné, and the Schiedmayers: Two Manuals and a Notebook. Preethi de Silva. Reviewed by Edwin M. Good. 36 (2010): 157–60.

4900 Historical Woodwind Instruments: An Inventory of 200 Makers in International Collections. Phillip T. Young Reviewed by Dale Higbee. 21 (1995): 98–101.

Frame Drums in the Medieval Iberian Peninsula. Mauricio Molina. Reviewed by Cristina Bordas. 37 (2011): 157–60.

Francis Johnson (1792–1844): A Study in 19th Century Military and Terpsichorean Music History. Arthur LaBrew. Reviewed by Robert E. Eliason. 2 (1976): 101–02.

The Frick Collection, New York. Elliot Hurwitt with Terence Ford, ed. Reviewed by Carolyn Bryant. 16 (1990): 197–201.

From Renaissance to Baroque: Change in Instruments and Instrumental Music in the Seventeenth Century. Jonathan Wainwright and Peter Holman, eds. Reviewed by James B. Kopp. 33 (2007): 264–68.

From the Clarinet d’Amour to the Contra Bass: A History of Large Size Clarinets, 1740–1860. Albert R. Rice. Reviewed by Eric Hoeprich. 36 (2010): 172–74.

Geigenlacke: Wissenwertes über Harze und Grundstoffe für Geigenlacke sowie Ratschläge zur Lackierung. Josef and Reiner Hammerl, eds. Reviewed by Lee Brentlinger. 20 (1994): 122.

Gellerman’s International Reed Organ Atlas, second edition. Robert R. [i.e., F.] Gellerman. Reviewed by Allison Alcorn–Oppedahl. 25 (1999): 148–51.

Germanisches Nationalmuseum Nürnberg. Flöten- und Rohrblattinstrumente bis 1750: Beschreibender Katalog. Martin Kirnbauer. Reviewed by Albert R. Rice. 22 (1996): 128–32.

Geschichte, Bauweise und Spieltechnik der tiefen Streichinstrumente: 21. Musikinstrumentenbau-Symposium Michaelstein, 17. bis 19. November 2000. Monika Lustig, ed. Reviewed by John Moran. 33 (2007): 259–64.

Die geschichtliche Entwicklung der kleinen Flötentypen und ihre Verwendung in der Musik des 17. und 18. Jahrhunderts. Lenz Meierott. Reviewed by Jane Bowers. 3 (1977): 125–29.

Giraffes, Black Dragons, and Other Pianos. Edwin M. Good. Reviewed by Maribel Meisel. 11 (1985): 182–85.

Giraffes, Black Dragons, and Other Pianos: A Technological History from Cristofori to the Modern Concert Grand, 2nd edition. Edwin M. Good. Reviewed by Edward L. Kottick. 28 (2002): 230–34.

Graves & Company: Musical Instrument Makers. Robert E. Eliason. Reviewed by Robert Austin Warner. 3 (1977): 131–32.

Great Flute Makers of France: The Lot and Godfroy Families, 1650–1900. Tula Giannini. Reviewed by Ardal Powell. 23 (1997): 153–58.

Great Guitars. Robert Shaw. Reviewed by Charles F. McGovern. 24 (1998): 154–56.

Greek Popular Musical Instruments, Engl. transl. by Christopher N. W. Klint. Fivos Anoyanakis. Reviewed by Margaret Anne Downie. 9 (1983): 118–21.

Das Grosse Buch vom Posthorn. Albert Hiller. Reviewed by Ralph Dudgeon. 14 (1988): 181–84.

The Glen Account Book: 1838–1853. Arnold Myers, ed. Reviewed by Susan Berdahl. 15 (1989): 131–33.

The Great Organ at Methuen: From its Celebrated Arrival in Nineteenth-Century Boston to the Present. Barbara Owen. Reviewed by Stephen Schnurr. 38 (2012): 157–59.

The Grove Dictionary of Musical Instruments, 2nd ed. Laurence Libin, ed. Reviewed by Jayson Kerr Dobney. 41(2015): 260–67.

A Guide to Musical Instruments. Vol. 2, 1800–1950. Jérôme Lejeune. Reviewed by Geoffrey Burgess. 41(2015): 270–74.

A Guide to Period Instruments—Guide des instruments anciens—Leitfaden durch die historischen Instrumente. Jérôme Lejeune. Reviewed by Geoffrey Burgess. 41(2015): 270–74.

Guitar and Vihuela: An Annotated Bibliography. Meredith Alice McCutcheon. Reviewed by Gary R. Moege. 15 (1989): 127–29.

The Guitar in America: Victorian Era to Jazz Age. Jeffrey J. Noonan. Reviewed by Darcy Kuronen . 35 (2009): 153–56.

Haags Gemeentemuseum: Over het ontstaan van de Muziekafdeling: Portret van de Verzameling-Scheurleer. Clemens von Gleich. Reviewed by James M. Borders. 14 (1988): 168–71.

Hamburg’s Role in Northern European Organ Building. Gustav Fock. Reviewed by Jane Shatkin Hettrick. 26 (2000): 231–35.

The Hammered Dulcimer in America: A History. Paul M. Gifford. Reviewed by Nancy Groce. 30 (2004): 172–75.

Handbook of Instrumentation. Andrew Stiller. Reviewed by Herbert W. Myers. 14 (1988): 161–64.

De harp in de mideleeuwen: Studies naar de symbolick van een muziekinstrument. Martin van Schaik. Reviewed by Linda Simonson. 17 (1991): 152–56.

The Harpsichord and its Repertoire: Proceedings of the International Harpsichord Symposium, Utrecht 1990. Pieter Dirksen, editor. Reviewed by Arthur Lawrence. 23 (1997): 151–53.

Historic Musical Instruments in the Edinburgh University Collection: Catalogue of the Edinburgh University Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. Arnold Myers, editor. Reviewed by Albert R. Rice. 25 (1999): 136–39.

The Historical Harpsichord: A Monograph Series in Honor of Frank Hubbard, [vol.1]. Howard Schott, ed. Reviewed by Howard Serwer. 12 (1986): 163–65.

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Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien. Klangführer durch die Sammlung alter Musikinstrumente. Gerhard Stradner, et al. Reviewed by Frederick Crane. 22 (1996): 133–35.

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The Lira da Braccio. Sterling Scott Jones. Reviewed by Tina Chancey. 24 (1998): 151–53.

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Der Wiener Kontrabass: Spieltechnik und Aufführungspraxis, Musik und Instrumente. Josef Focht. Reviewed by John Moran. 28 (2002): 222–27.

Wind Instruments of European Art Music. E. A. K. Ridley. Reviewed by Dale Higbee. 3 (1977): 132–34.

The World of Baroque and Classical Musical Instruments. Jeremy Montagu. Reviewed by Robert Austin Warner. 8 (1982): 93–96.

The World of Medieval and Renaissance Musical Instruments. Jeremy Montagu. Reviewed by Bruce Bellingham. 4 (1978): 121–25.

The World of Romantic and Modern Musical Instruments. Jeremy Montagu. Reviewed by Robert Austin Warner. 8 (1982): 93–96.

Der Zink: Geschichte, Bauweise und Spieltechnik eines historischen Musikinstruments. Friend Robert Overton. Reviewed by Kenton T. Meyer. 10 (1984): 131–34.

reviews by reviewer

 

Acker, Anne Beetem

Review of Claude Montal, The Art of Tuning: A Self-Guided Manual for Piano Tuning, Design, Action Regulation, and Repair from mid-19th Century France: For the Piano Owner and Technician, with Guidelines for Training the Blind and Visually Impaired. 41(2015): 267–70. 

Adams, Peter H.
Review of Sumi Gunji, Kazue Nakamizo, Miki Ito, and Mayumi Okada, eds., The Collection of Musical Instruments [at the Kunitachi College of Music Research Institute, Tokyo]. 17 (1991): 145–46.

Adelson, Robert

Review of Florence Gétreau, Musique-Images-Instruments. Vol. 12, Orchestres aux XVIIIe et XIXe siècles: composition, disposition, directions, représentation. 38 (2012): 248–50.

Review of Jerrold Levinson, Musical Concerns: Essays in Philosophy of Music. 42 (2016): 235–38.

Adkins, Cecil D.
Review of David Creese, The Monochord in Ancient Greek Harmonic Science. 39 (2013): 206–07.

Review of Margaret Anne Downie, The Rebec: An Orthographic and Iconographic Study. 11 (1985): 186–87.

Review of Jeremy Montagu, Reed Instruments: The Montagu Collection, An Annotated Catalogue. 29 (2003): 263–66.

Review of Stanley Sadie, ed., The New Grove Dictionary of Musical Instruments. 12 (1986): 149–51.

Review of Bettina Wackernagel, Holzblasinstrumente. Kataloge des Bayerischen Nationalmuseums 22. 33 (2007): 242–45.

Alcorn, Allison A.

Review of Quincy Whitney, American Luthier: Carleen Hutchins—the Art & Science of the Violin. 42 (2016): 249–53.

Alcorn-Oppedahl, Allison A.
Review of Robert F. Gellerman, The American Reed Organ and the Harmonium: A Treatise on Its History, Restoration and Tuning, with Descriptions of Some Outstanding Collections, Including a Stop Dictionary and a Directory of Reed Organs. 25 (1999): 148–51.

Review of Robert R. [i.e., F.] Gellerman, Gellerman’s International Reed Organ Atlas, second edition. 25 (1999): 148–51.

Review of David Woodrow, The Shape of Stradivari Violins: Proportions in the Forms and Violins of Antonio Stradivari. 20 (1994): 120–21.

Ambrose, Jane P.
Review of Rien de Reede, ed., Concerning the Flute: Ten Articles about Flute Literature, Flute Playing, Flute Making, and Flutists. 12 (1986): 167–70.

Review of Nancy Toff, The Development of the Modern Flute. 8 (1982): 108–11.

Review of Nancy Toff, The Flute Book: A Complete Guide for Students and Performers. 13 (1987): 126–28.

Aretz, Isabel
Review of Karl Gustav Izikowitz, Musical Instruments of the South American Indians. 2 (1976): 98–100.

Armstrong, Agnes

Review of Frederic B. Stiven, In the Organ Lofts of Paris. 39 (2013): 219–20.

Badura-Skoda, Eva

Review of Richard Bösel, ed., La cultura del fortepiano / Die Kultur des Hammerklaviers 1770–1830: Atti del Convegno internazionale di studi / Akten der internationalen Studientagung; Roma 26–29 Maggio 2004 / Rom 26.–29. Mai 2004.36 (2010): 160–65.

Banks, Margaret Downie
Review of Edmund A. Bowles, Musical Ensembles in Festival Books, 1500–1800: An Iconographical and Documentary Survey. 16 (1990): 180–85.

Review of Martha Maas and Jane McIntosh Snyder, Stringed Instruments of Ancient Greece. 18 (1992): 131–32.

Review of Stanley Sadie, ed., The New Grove Dictionary of Musical Instruments. 12 (1986): 151–56.

Banks, Margaret Downie, see also Downie, Margaret Anne. 

Barclay, R. L.

Review of John R. Watson, Artifacts in Use: The Paradox of Restoration and the Conservation of Organs. 36 (2010): 166–69.

Bé, Kenneth
Review of Robert Lundberg, Historical Lute Construction. 29 (2003): 234–37.

Review of Douglas Alton Smith, A History of the Lute from Antiquity to the Renaissance. 29 (2003): 234–37.

Bégin, Carmelle
Review of Eric Montbel and Florence Gétreau, editors, Souffler, c’est jouer: Chabretaires et cornemuses à miroirs en Limousin. 27 (2001): 191–95.

Beha, Laura E.
Review of Trevor Robinson, The Amateur Wind Instrument Maker. 1 (1975):126–27.

Bellingham, Bruce
Review of Jeremy Montagu, The World of Medieval and Renaissance Musical Instruments. 4 (1978): 121–25.

Review of David Munrow, Instruments of the Middle Ages and Renaissance. 4 (1978): 121–25.

Berdahl, Susan
Review of Robert Bigio, Rudall, Rose & Carte: The Art of the Flute in Britain. 40 (2014): 240–43.

Review of Arnold Myers, ed., The Glen Account Book: 1838–1853. 15 (1989): 131–33.

Berry, Brandi

Review of Mary Cyr, Style and Performance for Bowed String Instruments in French Baroque Music. 40 (2014): 243–45.

Blackley, Becky
Review of Nelly van Ree Bernard, The Psaltery: An Annotated Audio-visual Review of Different Types of Psaltery. 17 (1991): 158–61.

Bloom, Peter H. 
Review of Ardal Powell, editor [and translator], The Keyed Flute by Johann George Tromlitz. 24 (1998): 160–64.

Bordas, Cristina

Review of Mauricio Molina, Frame Drums in the Medieval Iberian Peninsula. 37 (2011): 157–60.

Borders, James M.
Review of James Coover, Musical Instrument Collections: Catalogues and Cognate Literature. 12 (1986): 156–58.

Review of Clemens von Gleich, Haags Gemeentemuseum: Over het ontstaan van de Muziekafdeling: Portret van de Verzameling-Scheurleer. 14 (1988): 168–71.

Review of Edwin M. Good, The Eddy Collection of Musical Instruments: A Checklist. 14 (1988): 168–71.

Review of E. A. K. Ridley, The Royal College of Music Museum of Instruments Catalogue. Vol. 1, European Wind Instruments. 10 (1984): 126–27.

Bowers, Jane
Review of Robert Bigio, ed., Readings in the History of the Flute: Monographs, Essays, Review of Lenz Meierott, Die geschichtliche Entwicklung der kleinen Flötentypen und ihre Verwendung in der Musik des 17. und 18. Jahrhunderts. 3 (1977): 125–29.

Review of Ardal Powell, The Flute. 29 (2003): 237–44.

Review of Reviews, Letters and Advertisements from Nineteenth-Century London, edited and with an introduction by Robert Bigio. 34 (2008): 124–31.

Review of Nancy Toff, Monarch of the Flute: The Life of Georges Barrère. 34 (2008): 124–31.

Bowles, Edmund A.
Review of James Blades and Jeremy Montagu, Early Percussion Instruments from the Middle Ages to the Baroque. 4 (1978): 125–30.

Review of Jeremy Montagu, Making Early Percussion Instruments. 4 (1978): 125–30.

Brentlinger, Lee
Review of Josef Hammerl and Reiner, eds., Geigenlacke: Wissenwertes über Harze und Grundstoffe für Geigenlacke sowie Ratschläge zur Lackierung. 20 (1994): 122.

Brown, Howard Mayer
Review of William Lichtenwanger, et al., A Survey of Musical Instrument Collections in the United States and Canada. 2 (1976): 96–98.

Bryant, Carolyn
Review of Terence Ford, comp. and ed., The National Gallery of Art, Washington; Terence Ford and Andrew Green, The Pierpont Morgan Library: Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts;Elliot Hurwitt with Terence Ford, ed., The Frick Collection, New York; and Margareth Owens with Terence Ford, ed., Art Institute of Chicago. 16 (1990): 197–201.

Review of Malou Haine, Adolphe Sax (1814–1894): Sa vie, son oeuvre et ses instruments de musique. 9 (1983): 132–35.

Review of Peter and Ann Mactaggart, eds., Musical Instruments in the 1851 Exhibition: A Transcription of the Entries of Musical Interest from the Official Illustrated Catalogue of the Great Exhibition of the Art and Industry of All Nations, with Additional Material from Contemporary Sources. 14 (1988): 171–74.

Bullard, Beth
Review of Alison Arnold, editor, South Asia: The Indian Subcontinent. (The Garland Encyclopedia of World Music,Vol. 5)27 (2001): 183–88.

Review of Brigitte Bachman-Geiser, Europäische Musikinstrumente im Bernischen Historischen Museum: Die Sammlung als Spiegel bernischer Musikkultur. 29 (2003): 266–70.

Review of Henry Johnson, The Koto: A Traditional Instrument in Contemporary Japan. 34 (2008): 116–19.

Review of Jeremy Montagu, Musical Instruments of the Bible. 31 (2005): 183–87.

Review of Amanda Villepastour, Ancient Text Messages of the Yorùbá Bàtá Drum: Cracking the Code. 38 (2012): 153–57.

Review of Sun Zhuo, The Chinese Zheng Zither: Contemporary Transformations. 42 (2016): 238–40.

Burgess, Geoffrey

Review of Jérôme Lejeune, A Guide to Period Instruments—Guide des instruments anciens—Leitfaden durch die historischen Instrument. 41(2015): 270–74.

Review of Jérôme Lejeune, A Guide to Musical Instruments. Vol. 2, 1800–1950. 41(2015): 270–74.

Callahan, Clare
Review of James Tyler, The Early Guitar: A History and Handbook. 9 (1983): 130–32.

Campbell, Murray 

Review of Patrizio Barbieri, Physics of Wind Instruments and Organ Pipes 1100 –2010: New and Extended Writings. 42 (2016): 240–43.

Carlson, Bruce
Review of Robert Palmieri, editor, with Margaret W. Palmieri, The Piano. Vol. 1 ofEncyclopedia of Keyboard Instruments. 22 (1996): 132–33.

Review of Johann Joachim Quantz, On Playing the Flute, 2d ed., transl. with notes by Edward R. Reilly. 14 (1988): 177–81.

Review of Michael Seyfrit, Musical Instruments in the Dayton C. Miller Flute Collection at the Library of Congress: A Catalog. Vol. 1, Recorders, Fifes, and Simple System Transverse Flutes of One Key. 10 (1984): 128–31.

Carr, Dale
Review of Arend Jan Gierveld, Het Nederlandse huisorgel in de 17de en 18de eeuw. 7 (1981): 111–14.

Chancey, Tina 
Review of Sterling Scott Jones, The Lira da Braccio. 24 (1998): 151–53.

Review of Susan Orlando, editor, The Italian Viola da Gamba: Proceedings of theInternational Symposium on the Italian Viola da Gamba. 31 (2005): 191–95.

Chapin, Andris K.
Review of Ian McCombie, The Piano Handbook. 7 (1981): 118–21.

Clark, Robert
Review of John Allen Ferguson, Walter Holtkamp, American Organ Builder. 7 (1981): 109–11.

Clinkscale, Martha Novak
Review of Michael Cole, The Pianoforte in the Classical Era. 26 (2000): 218–21.

Coltman, John W.
Review of M. Castellengo, F. Drouin, and P. Sechet, La flûte traversiere à une clef. 8 (1982): 105–08.

Review of Albert Glinsky, Theremin: Ether Music and Espionage. 28 (2002): 215–19.

Review of Owen H. Jorgensen, Tuning: Containing the Perfection of Eighteenth-Century Temperament, the Lost Art of Nineteenth-Century Temperament, and the Science of Equal Temperament: Complete with Instructions for Aural and Electronic Tuning. 19 (1993): 105–09.

Review of Earle L. Kent, ed., Musical Acoustics: Piano and Wind Instruments. 5–6 (1979–80): 200–03.

Review of Victor-Charles Mahillon, Éléments d’acoustique musicale et instrumentale: Comprenant l’examen de la construction théorique de tous les instruments de musique en usage dans l’orchestre moderne, 2d ed. 11 (1985): 179–82.

Review of Herbert W. Myers, The Practical Acoustics of Early Woodwinds. 8 (1982): 105–08.

Crane, Frederick B.
Review of John Henry van der Meer, Musikinstrumente: Von der Antike bis zur Gegenwart. 13 (1987): 107–10.

Review of Microsoft Musical Instruments. 21 (1995): 105–08.

Review of Gerhard Stradner, et al, Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien. Klangführer durch die Sammlung alter Musikinstrumente. 22 (1996): 133–35.

Cyr, Mary
Review of Elizabeth Cowling, The Cello. 4 (1978): 136–38.

Dobney, Jayson

Review of James Clark, Connecticut’s Fife and Drum Tradition. 39 (2013): 209–12.

Dobney, Jayson Kerr 

Review of Laurence Libin, ed., The Grove Dictionary of Musical Instruments, 2nd ed. 41(2015): 260–67.

Douglass, Fenner
Review of François Bédos de Celles, The Organ-Builder, Engl. transl. by Charles Ferguson. 5–6 (1979–80): 193–97.

Downie, Margaret Anne
Review of Fivos Anoyanakis, Greek Popular Musical Instruments, Engl. transl. by Christopher N. W. Klint. 9 (1983): 118–21.

Dudgeon, Ralph
Review of Albert Hiller, Das Große Buch vom Posthorn. 14 (1988): 181–84.

Review of Sabine Katherina Klaus, Trumpets and Other High Brass: A History Inspired by the Joe R. and Joella F. Utley Collection. Vol. 2, Ways to Expand the Harmonic Series. 41(2015): 274–77.

Review of Don L. Smithers, The Music and History of the Baroque Trumpet before 1721, 2nd ed. 16 (1990): 188–91.

Eddy, M. Alexandra
Review of Alison Crum with Sonia Jackson, Play the Viol: The Complete Guide to Playing the Treble, Tenor, and Bass Viol. 17 (1991): 149–52.

Eldridge, Niles

Review of Stewart Carter, ed., Brass Scholarship in Review: Proceedings of the Historic Brass Society Conference, Cité de la Musique, Paris 1999. 34 (2008): 122–24.

Eliason, Robert E.

Review of Christian Ahrens, Valved Brass: The History of an Invention. 35 (2009): 171–74.
Review of Art Brownlow, The Last Trumpet: A History of the English Slide Trumpet. 24 (1998): 157–59.

Review of Bernhard Brüchle and Kurt Janetzky, Kulturgeschichte des Horns: Ein Bildsachbuch / A Pictorial History of the Horn. 5–6 (1979–80): 203–05.

Review of Reine Dahlqvist, The Keyed Trumpet and Its Greatest Virtuoso, Anton Weidinger. 2 (1976): 101.

Review of Robert Garofalo and Mark Elrod, A Pictorial History of Civil War Era Musical Instruments and Military Bands. 12 (1986): 173–76.

Review of Sabine Katherina Klaus, Trumpets and Other High Brass: A History Inspired by the Joe R. and Joella F. Utley Collection. Vol. 1, Instruments of the Single Harmonic Series. 39 (2013): 207–09.

Review of Arthur LaBrew, Francis Johnson (1792–1844): A Study in 19th Century Military and Terpsichorean Music History. 2 (1976): 101–02.

Review of Don L. Smithers, The Music and History of the Baroque Trumpet before 1721. 1 (1975): 129–30.

Emerson, Isabelle

Review of John Ogasapian, Scot L. Huntington, Len Levasseur, and N. Lee Orr, eds.,

Litterae Organi: Essays in Honor of Barbara Owen. 33 (2007): 254–55. 

Review of John R. Watson, ed., Organ Restoration Reconsidered: Proceedings of a Colloquium. 33 (2007): 255–59.

Ericson, John Q. 
Review of Trevor Herbert and John Wallace, editors, The Cambridge Companion to Brass Instruments. 25 (1999): 151–54.

Ervine, Beverley
Review of William Waterhouse, The Proud Bassoon. 11 (1985): 189–90.

Farrar, Lloyd P.
Review of Carel van Leeuwen Boomkamp and John Henry van der Meer, The Carel van Leeuwen Boomkamp Collection of Musical Instruments: Descriptive Catalogue. 9 (1983): 112–17.

Review of G. Craig Caba, United States Military Drums, 1845–1865: A Pictorial Survey. 5–6 (1979–80): 210–13.

Review ofHerbert Heyde, Katalog des Musikinstrumenten-Museums der Karl-Marx-Universität, Leipzig. Vol. 1, Flöten and Vol. 3, Trompeten, Posaunen, Tuben. 9 (1983): 112–17.

Review of John Henry van der Meer, Verzeichnis der europäischen Musikinstrumente in Germanischen Nationalmuseum Nürnberg. Vol. 1, Hörner und Trompeten, Membranophone, Idiophone. 9 (1983): 112–17.

Review of Gary M. Stewart, Keyed Brass Instruments in the Arne B. Larson Collection. 9 (1983): 135–37.

Ferguson, Charles
Review of Fenner Douglass, Cavaillé-Coll and the Musicians. 8 (1982): 102–04.

Fesperman, John
Review of Orpha Ochse, The History of the Organ in the United States. 3 (1977): 129–31.

Finkelman, Michael C.
Review of James Coover, Music at Auction: Puttick and Simpson (of London), 1794–1971. 17 (1991): 137–40.

Review of Phillip T. Young, Die Holzblasinstrumente im Oberösterreichischen Landesmuseum / Woodwind Instruments of the Oberösterreichisches Landesmuseum. 25 (1999): 139–43.

Fontana, Eszter

Review of Friedemann Hellwig and Barbara Hellwig, Joachim Tielke: Kunstvolle Musikinstrumente des Barock. 38 (2012): 150–53.

French, Todd 
Review of Brian W. Harvey and Carla J. Shapreau, Violin Fraud: Deception, Forgery, and Lawsuits in England and America. 25 (1999): 154–57.

Gable, Frederick K.
Review of C. F. Colt, The Early Piano. 8 (1982): 99–102.

Review of Stanley Sadie, ed., The New Grove Dictionary of Musical Instruments. 13 (1987): 113–16.

Glück, Sebastian M.

Review of Tina Frühauf, The Organ and Its Music in German-Jewish Culture. 36 (2010): 169–72.

Good, Edwin M. 
Review of Martha Clinkscale, Makers of the Piano, Volume 2: 1820–1860. 27 (2001): 198–200.

Review of Dieter Krickeberg, ed., Der “schöne” Klang: Studien zum historischen Musikinstrumentenbau in Deutschland und Japan unter besonderer Berücksichtigung des alten Nürnberg. 25 (1999): 160–63.

Review of Preethi de Silva, The Fortepiano Writings of Streicher, Dieudonné, and the Schiedmayers: Two Manuals and a Notebook. 36 (2010): 157–60.

Review of Thomas Steiner, editor, Instruments à claviers—expressivité et flexibilité sonore / Keyboard Instruments—Flexibility of Sound and Expression. 32 (2006): 172–75. 

Gough, Hugh
Review of Ernst Gottlieb Baron, Study of the Lute (1727), Engl. transl. by Douglas Alton Smith. 4 (1978): 138–41.

Grafing, Keith G.
Review of Cyril Ehrlich, The Piano: A History. 4 (1978): 114–16.

Green, Robert A. 
Review of Musique • Images • Instruments: Revue française d’organologie et d’iconographie musicale. Volume 1 (1995): Innovations et traditions dans la vie musicale française au XIXe siècle. Volume 2 (1996): Aspects de la vie musicale au XVIIe siècle. 24 (1998): 146–48.

Review of Marie-Anne Sarda, ed., Le Vielleux: Métamorphoses d’une figure d’artiste du XVIIe au XIXe siècle. 35 (2009): 156–59.

Groce, Nancy
Review of Paul M. Gifford, The Hammered Dulcimer in America: A History. 30 (2004): 172–75.

Review of Tom Wheeler, American Guitars: An Illustrated History. 11 (1985): 187–89.

Gruskin, Shelley
Review of Francis Collinson, The Bagpipe: The History of a Musical Instrument. 4 (1978): 141–43.

Haefer, J. Richard
Review of Theodor H. Podnos, Bagpipes and Tunings. 2 (1976): 102–03.

Hebbert, Benjamin
Review of David Rattray, Masterpieces of Italian Violin Making (1620–1850): Important Stringed Instruments from the Collection at the Royal Academy of Music, 2nd edition. 28 (2002): 228–30.

Hettrick, Jane Schatkin 
Review of Gustav Fock, Hamburg’s Role in Northern European Organ Building. 26 (2000): 231–35.

Review of Barbara Owen, The Registration of Baroque Organ Music. 25 (1999): 143–48.

Review of David Yearsley, Bach’s Feet: The Organ Pedals in European Culture. 39 (2013): 216–19. 

Hettrick, William E.

Review of Peter H. Adams, An Annotated Index to Selected Articles from The Musical Courier, 1880–1940. 36 (2010): 179–82.

Review of Frank P. Bär, editor, Musica Instrumentalis: Zeitschrift für Organologie.Ausgabe 1 (1998); Band 2 (1999). 27 (2001): 212–15.

Review of Marianne Betz, Der Csakan und seine Musik: Wiener Musikleben im frühen 19. Jahrhundert, dargestellt am Beispiel einer Spazierstockblockflöte. 21 (1995): 101–04.

Review of Helmut Ottner, Der Wiener Instrumentenbau 1815–1833. 8 (1982): 111–16.

Review of Konrad Ruhland, Alte Musikinstrumente aus niederbayerischen Werkstätten. 8 (1982): 111–16.

Review of Bettina Wackernagel, Musikinstrumentenverzeichnis der Bayerischen Hofkapelle von 1655: Faksimile, Transkription und Kommentar. 32 (2006): 179–82.

Higbee, Dale
Review of Janice Gray Armstrong, ed., Catching the Tune: Music and William Sidney Mount. 11 (1985): 176–79.

Review of Anthony Baines, The Bate Collection of Historical Wind Instruments: Catalogue of the Instruments. 5–6 (1979–80): 216–17.

Review of Clifford Bevan, ed., Musical Instrument Collections in the British Isles. 18 (1992): 106–09.

Review of Stephen Bonta and William Salzillo, eds., The Schambach Collection of Musical Instruments. 11 (1985): 176–79.

Review of Edwin Buijsen and Louis Peter Grijp, et al., The Hoogsteder Exhibition of Music and Painting in the Golden Age. 23 (1997): 166–69.

Review of Susan Caust Farrell, Directory of Contemporary Musical Instrument Makers. 10 (1984): 119–20.

Review of Richard Griscom and David Lasocki, The Recorder: A Guide to Writings about the Instrument for Players and Researchers. 23 (1997): 161–63.

Review of Jean Jenkins, ed., International Directory of Musical Instrument Collections. 5–6 (1979–80): 213–15.

Review of David Lasocki, The Recorder and Other Members of the Flute Family in Writings from 1100 to 1500. 39 (2013): 220–23.

Review of Laurence Libin, American Musical Instruments in The Metropolitan Museum of Art. 13 (1987): 110–13.

Review of Laurence Libin, A Checklist of European Harps. 7 (1981): 116–18.

Review of Laurence Libin, Musical Instruments in the Metropolitan Museum of Art. 7 (1981): 116–18.

Review of William L. Monical, A Checklist of Viole da gambe (Viols). 7 (1981): 116–18.

Review of Walter Nef, Alte Musikinstrumente in Basel / Instruments de musique anciens à Bâle / Ancient Musical Instruments in Basle. 3 (1977): 132–34.

Review of E. A. K. Ridley, Wind Instruments of European Art Music. 3 (1977): 132–34.

Review of William Salzillo, ed., The Art of Music: American Paintings & Musical Instruments, 1770–1910. 11 (1985): 176–79.

Review ofJoyce Smar, Michaelene Gorney, and Jane Vial, Musical Instruments. 7 (1981): 116–18.

Review of John Solum, The Early Flute. 20 (1994): 126–28.

Review of Phillip T. Young, 4900 Historical Woodwind Instruments: An Inventory of 200 Makers in International Collections. 21 (1995): 98–101.

Hill, Matthew

Review of André Millard, ed., The Electric Guitar: A History of an American Icon. 34 (2008): 119–22.

Hoeprich, Eric

Review of Albert R. Rice, From the Clarinet d’Amour to the Contra Bass: A History of Large Size Clarinets, 1740–1860. 36 (2010): 172–74.

Howard, Joseph H.
Review of James Blades, Percussion Instruments and Their History, rev. ed. 11 (1985): 190–91.

Howe, Robert

Review of Arnold Myers, ed., Catalogue of the Sir Nicholas Shackleton Collection. 35 (2009): 177–80.

Hunter, George R.
Review of Heinz Bahnert, Theodor Herzberg, and Herbert Schramm, Metallblasinstrumente, 2d ed. 15 (1989): 129–31.

Hutting, H. E. II
Review of Don E. Teeter, The Acoustic Guitar: Adjustment, Care, Maintenance and Repair. 3 (1977): 134–36.

Johnstone, John G.
Review of Bjørn Aksdal, Med Piber og Basuner, Skalmeye og Fiol: Musikinstrumenter i Norge ca. 1600–1800 [With pipes and trombones, shawm and fiddle: musical instruments in Norway ca. 1600–1800]. 9 (1983): 124–25.

Klaus, Sabine K.

Review of Michael Cole, Broadwood Square Pianos: Their Historical Context, and Technical Development, Together with a New Biography of John Broadwood. 33 (2007): 249–52.

Review of Günter Dullat, Verzeichnis der Holz- und Metallblasinstrumentenmacher auf eutschsprachigem Gebiet von 1500 bis Mitte des 20. Jahrhunderts. 37 (2011): 160–65.

Kopp, James

Review of Hugh Cheape, Bagpipes: A National Collection of a National Instrument.35 (2009): 180–83.

Kopp, James B.

Review of Jonathan Wainwright and Peter Holman, eds., From Renaissance to Baroque: Change in Instruments and Instrumental Music in the Seventeenth Century. 33 (2007): 264–68.

Koster, John 

Review of Bernard Brauchli, Alberto Galazzo, and Judith Wardman, eds., De Clavicordio IX: Proceedings of the IX International Clavichord Symposium. 40 (2014): 245–49.

Review of Bernard Brauchli, Alberto Galazzo, and Judith Wardman, eds., De Clavicordio X: Proceedings of the X International Clavichord Symposium. John Koster. 40 (2014): 245–49. 
Review of Grant O’Brien, Ruckers: A Harpsichord and Virginal Building Tradition. 18 (1992): 109–24.

Review of Hans Georg Richter, Holz als Rohstoff für den Musikinstrumentenbau. 17 (1991): 163–69.

Kottick, Edward L.
Review of Anders Askenfelt, ed., Five Lectures on the Acoustics of the Piano. 18 (1992): 124–31.

Review of Patrizio Barbieri, Enharmonic Instruments and Music, 1470–1900: Revised and Translated Studies. 35 (2009): 159–63.

Review of Bernard Brauchli, Susan Brauchli, and Alberto Galazzo, editors, De Clavicordio II: Proceedings of the International Clavichord Symposium = Atti del Congresso Internazionale sul Clavicordo: Magnano, 21–23 September 1995. 24 (1998): 164–69.

Review of Edwin M. Good, Giraffes, Black Dragons, and Other Pianos: A Technological History from Cristofori to the Modern Concert Grand, 2nd edition. 28 (2002): 230–34.

Review of Howard Schott, ed., The Historical Harpsichord: A Monograph Series in Honor of Frank Hubbard, vol. 3. 20 (1994): 123–25.

Review of Howard Schott and John Koster, eds., Aspects of Harpsichord Making in the British Isles. 36 (2010): 155

Review of Luigi Ferdinando Tagliavini and John Henry van der Meer, Clavicembali e spinette dal XVI al XIX secolo: Collezione L. F. Tagliavini. 14 (1988): 174–77.

Kreitner, Kenneth.
Review of Bruce Haynes, A History of Performing Pitch: The Story of “A”. 32 (2006): 194–96.

Kuronen, Darcy
Review of Luisa Cervelli, Antichi strumenti in un moderno museo: Museo Nazionale Strumenti Musicali—Roma, 2d ed. 15 (1989): 119–21.

Review of Philip F. Gura, C. F. Martin and His Guitars, 1796–1873. 31 (2005): 187–91.

Review of Edward L. Kottick and George Lucktenberg, Early Keyboard Instruments in European Museums. 24 (1998): 169–72.

Review of Jeffrey J. Noonan, The Guitar in America: Victorian Era to Jazz Age. 35 (2009): 153–56.

Review of Craig H. Roell, The Piano in America, 1890–1940. 16 (1990): 186–88.

Review of Frederick R. Selch and H. Reynolds Butler, The Legacy of Sebastian Virdung: An Illustrated Catalogue of Rare Books from the Frederick R. Selch Collection Pertaining to the History of Musical Instruments. 33 (2007): 240–42. 

Review of Robert Shaw and Peter Szego, Inventing the American Guitar: The Pre-Civil War Innovations of C. F. Martin and his Contemporaries. 41(2015): 277–81.

Review of Dennis G. Waring, Manufacturing the Muse: Estey Organs and Consumer Culture in Victorian America. 30 (2004): 175–79.

Larson, André P.
Review of Clifford Bevan, The Tuba Family. 5–6 (1979–80): 205–07.

Review of Florence Gétreau, Aux Origines du Musée de la Musique: Les Collections instrumentales du Conservatoire de Paris, 1793–1993. 25 (1999): 133–36.

Review of Philip F. Gura and James F. Bollman, America’s Instrument: The Banjo in the Nineteenth Century. 27 (2001): 195–98.

Lawrence, Arthur
Review of Ann P. Basart, The Sound of the Fortepiano. 13 (1987): 116–18.

Review of Pieter Dirksen, editor, The Harpsichord and its Repertoire: Proceedings of the International Harpsichord Symposium, Utrecht 1990. 23 (1997): 151–53.

Review of John Fesperman, Organs in Mexico. 8 (1982): 104–05.

Review of Barbara Owen, The Organ in New England: An Account of Its Use and Manufacture to the End of the Nineteenth Century. 7 (1981): 99–102.

Review of Nicholas Thistlethwaite and Geoffrey Webber, editors, The Cambridge Companion to the Organ. 26 (2000): 228–31.

Review of Carol A. Traupman-Carr, editor, “Pleasing for Our Use”: David Tannenberg and the Organs of the Moravians. 27 (2001): 206–08.

Review of Peter Williams, The European Organ 1450–1850. 9 (1983): 128–30.

Leedy, Douglas
Review of Owen Jorgensen, The Equal-beating Temperaments: A Handbook for Tuning Harpsichords and Forte-Pianos, with Tuning Techniques and Tables of Fifteen Historical Temperaments. 7 (1981): 121–29.

Review of Herbert Anton Kellner, The Tuning of My Harpsichord. 7 (1981): 121–29.

Review of Owen Jorgensen, Tuning the Historical Temperaments by Ear. 5–6 (1979–80): 197–200.

Leonard, Charlotte A.

Review of Trevor Herbert, The Trombone. 33 (2007): 245–49.

Leppert, Richard D.
Review of A.-P. de Mirimonde, L’iconographie musicale sous les rois Bourbons: La musique dans les arts plastiques (XVIIe–XVIIIesiècles). 5–6 (1979–80): 166–71.

Libin, Kathryn Shanks
Review of Richard Maunder, Keyboard Instruments in Eighteenth Century Vienna. 26 (2000): 214–18.

Libin, Laurence
Review of Robert L. Barclay, editor, The Care of Historic Musical Instruments. 25 (1999): 157–60.

Review of Donald H. Boalch, Makers of the Harpsichord and Clavichord 1440–1840, third edition, edited by Charles Mould. 23 (1997): 147–51.

Review of Bernard Brauchli, Alberto Galazzo, and Judith Wardman, eds., De clavicordio VIII: The Clavichord on the Iberian Peninsula; Proceedings of the VIII International Clavichord Symposium, Magnano, 5–8 September 2007. 35 (2009): 168–71.

Review of Murray Campbell, Clive Greated, and Arnold Myers, Musical Instruments: History, Technology, and Performance of Instruments of Western Music. 32 (2006): 186–90.

Review of Chaire Chevallier, Jos van Immerseel, et al., editors, ‘Matière et Musique’: The Cluny Encounter (Proceedings of the European Encounter on Instrument Making and Restoration). 28 (2002): 241–45.

Review of Alain Corbin, Village Bells: Sound and Meaning in the 19th-Century French Countryside. 26 (2000): 235–38.

Review of Nancy Groce, Musical Instrument Makers of New York: A Directory of Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Urban Craftsmen. 18 (1992): 103–06.

Review of Alfred J. Hipkins, A Description and History of the Pianoforte and of the Older Keyboard Stringed Instruments. 5–6 (1979–80): 182–87.

Review of Helen Rice Hollis, The Piano: A Pictorial Account of Its Ancestry and Development. 5–6 (1979–80): 182–87.

Review of Sibyl Marcuse, A Survey of Musical Instruments. 3 (1977): 122–25.

Review of Thomas Steiner, ed., Cordes et claviers au temps de Mozart: Actes des Rencontres Internationales harmoniques, Lausanne 2006 / Bowed and Keyboard Instruments in the Age of Mozart: Proceedings of the harmoniques International Congress, Lausanne 2006. 37 (2011): 165–68.

Maas, Martha
Review of Lise Manniche, Ancient Egyptian Musical Instruments; and Lise Manniche, Musical Instruments from the Tomb of Tut’ankhamun. 4 (1978): 119–21.

MacCracken, Thomas G.

Review of Giuseppe Barigazzi, John Henry van der Meer, Daniela Di Castro, and Michael Latcham, Walter e Stein gli strumenti di Mozart: Arte e musica nella collezione di Fernanda Giulini / Mozart’s Piano Makers Walter and Stein: Art and Music in Fernanda Giulini’s Collection. 34 (2008): 145–49.

Review of John Henry van der Meer et al., Alla ricerca dei suoni perduti: Arte e musica negli strumenti della collezione di Fernanda Giulini / In Search of Lost Sounds: Art and Music in the Instruments Collection of Fernanda Giulini. 34 (2008): 145–49.

Marshall, Patrick Snowden
Review of James Tyler and Paul Sparks, The Early Mandolin. 17 (1991): 157–58.

Masinter, Thomas
Review of Clemens von Gleich, A Checklist of Pianos: Musical Instrument Collection Haags Gemeentemuseum. 15 (1989): 121–22.

McGovern, Charles F. 
Review of Paul William Schmidt, Acquired of the Angels: The Lives and Works of Master Guitar Makers John D’Angelico and James L. D’Aquisto. 24 (1998): 154–56.

Review of Robert Shaw, Great Guitars. 24 (1998): 154–56.

Meer, John Henry van der
Review of J. Scott Odell and Cynthia Adams Hoover, eds., A Checklist of Keyboard Instruments at the Smithsonian Institution, 2d ed. 5–6 (1979–80): 179–82.

Meisel, Maribel
Review of Edwin M. Good, Giraffes, Black Dragons, and Other Pianos. 11 (1985): 182–85.

Mell, Albert
Review of Herbert K. Goodkind, Violin Iconography of Antonio Stradivari: 1644–1737. 4 (1978): 130–33.

Meyer, Kenton T.
Review of Barra Boydell, The Crumhorn and Other Renaissance Windcap Instruments. 9 (1983): 133–42.

Review of Friend Robert Overton, Der Zink: Geschichte, Bauweise und Spieltechnik eines historischen Musikinstruments. 10 (1984): 131–34.

Mobbs, Kenneth
Review of Howard Schott, editor, The Historical Harpsichord, volume 4. 29 (2003): 260–63.

Moege, Gary R.
Review of Meredith Alice McCutcheon, Guitar and Vihuela: An Annotated Bibliography. 15 (1989): 127–29.

Montagu, Jeremy

Review of Sumi Gunji and Henry Johnson, A Dictionary of Traditional Japanese Musical Instruments: From Prehistory to the Edo Period. 40 (2014): 249–52.

Moore, J. Kenneth.
Review of Andy Nercessian, The Duduk and National Identity in Armenia. 32 (2006): 183–86.

Review of Karl Neuenfeldt, editor, The Didjeridu: From Arnhem Land to Internet. 27 (2001): 188–91.

Moran, John
Review of Michael Fleming, Viol-Making in England c. 1580–1660. 29 (2003): 255–59.

Review of Josef Focht, Der Wiener Kontrabass: Spieltechnik und Aufführungspraxis, Musik und Instrumente. 28 (2002): 222–27.

Review of Carol A. Gartrell, A History of the Baryton and Its Music: King of Instruments, Instrument of Kings. 36 (2010): 176–79.

Review of Rudolf Hopfner, Streichbogen: Katalog; Sammlung alter Musikinstrumente und Sammlungen der Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde in Wien im Kunsthistorischen Museum Wien. 28 (2002): 222–27.

Review of John Huber, The Development of the Modern Violin, 1775–1825: The Rise of the French School. 28 (2002): 222–27.

Review of Monika Lustig, ed., Geschichte, Bauweise und Spieltechnik der tiefen Streichinstrumente: 21. Musikinstrumentenbau-Symposium Michaelstein, 17. bis 19. November 2000. 33 (2007): 259–64.

Review of John Milnes, ed., Musical Instruments in the Ashmolean Museum: The Complete Collection. 38 (2012): 159–62.

Morton, Joëlle

Review of Elizabeth Wells and Christopher Nobbs, eds. Museum of Instruments: Catalogue. Part 3, European Stringed Instruments. 34 (2008): 114–16.

Myers, Arnold.
Review of Edmund A. Bowles, The Timpani: A History in Pictures and Documents. 30 (2004): 166–68.

Myers, Herbert W.
Review of Henry George Fischer, The Renaissance Sackbut and Its Use Today. 12 (1986): 170–73.

Review of Kenton Terry Meyer, The Crumhorn: Its History, Design, Repertory, and Technique. 10 (1984): 134–38.

Review of Giancarlo Ristirolla, ed., Il Flauto dolce: revista semestrale per lo studio e la pratica della musica antica. 17 (1991): 146–49.

Review of Andrew Stiller, Handbook of Instrumentation. 14 (1988): 161–64.

Myrvaagnes, Rodney 

Review of Bernard Brauchli, Alberto Galazzo, and Ivan Moody, eds., De Clavicordio VI: Proceedings of the VI International Clavichord Symposium, Magnano 2003. 34 (2008): 135–40.

Neece, Brenda
Review of Robin Stowell, editor, The Cambridge Companion to the Cello. 27 (2001): 208–12.

Noyes, James R.

Review of Stephen Cottrell, The Saxophone. The Yale University Instrument Series. 41(2015): 281–83.

Ongaro, Giulio M.
Review of Patrizio Barbieri, Acustica, accordatura e temperamento nell’ illuminismo Veneto. 16 (1990): 202–03.

Review of David Lasocki, with Roger Prior, The Bassanos: Venetian Musicians and Instrument Makers in England, 1531–1665. 23 (1997): 158–61.

Owen, Barbara
Review of Jim Berrow, editor, Towards the Conservation and Restoration of Historic Organs: A Record of the Liverpool Conference, 23–26 August 1999. 28 (2002): 238–41.

Review of John Fesperman, Flentrop in America: An Account of the Work and Influence of the Dutch Organ Builder D. A. Flentrop in the United States, 1939–1977. 10 (1984): 123–25.

Review of Malou Haine and Nicolas Meeùs, eds., Dictionnaire des facteurs d’instruments de musique en Wallonie et à Bruxelles du 9e siècle à nos jours. 14 (1988): 164–67.

Review of Peter Williams, A New History of the Organ, from the Greeks to the Present Day. 7 (1981): 102–08.

Owens, Samantha.
Review of Geoffrey Burgess and Bruce Haynes, The Oboe. 31 (2005): 195–99. 

Parkins, Robert
Review of J. Bunker Clark, Transposition in Seventeenth Century English Organ Accompaniments and the Transposing Organ. 4 (1978): 116–18.

Review of Tula Giannini, Great Flute Makers of France: The Lot and Godfroy Families, 1650–1900. 23 (1997): 153–58.

Pepe, Edward

Review of Luisa Morales, ed., Domenico Scarlatti en España: Actas de los simposia FIMTE 2006–2007 / Domenico Scarlatti in Spain: Proceedings of FIMTE Symposia 2006–2007. 37 (2011): 169–71.

Powley, Harrison.
Review of Jeremy Montagu, Timpani and Percussion. 30 (2004): 168–72.

Reeves, Deborah Check.
Review of Albert R. Rice, The Clarinet in the Classical Period. 31 (2005): 199–202.

Rice, Albert R.
Review of Robert Barclay, The Preservation and Use of Historic Musical Instruments. 32 (2006): 191–94.

Review of James M. Borders, European and American Wind and Percussion Instruments: Catalogue of the Stearns Collection of Musical Instruments, University of Michigan. 15 (1989): 133–37.

Review of Jan Bouterse, Dutch Woodwind Instruments and Their Makers, 1660–1760. 34 (2008): 131–35.

Review of Günter Dullat, 200 Jahre Patente, Privilegien und Gebrauchsmuster im internationalen Holz- und Metallblasinstrumentenbau. 38 (2012): 162–65.

Review of David M. Guion, The Trombone: Its History and Music, 1697–1811. 16 (1990): 192–96.

Review of Malou Haine, Musica: Les instruments de musique dans les collections belges / Musical Instruments in Belgian Collections / Muziek-instrumenten in Belgische versammlungen. 17 (1991): 140–45.

Review of Eric Hoeprich, The Clarinet. 35 (2009): 174–77. 

Review of Margaret J. Kartomi, On Concepts and Classifications of Musical Instruments. 19 (1993): 113–14.

Review of Martin Kirnbauer, Germanisches Nationalmuseum Nürnberg. Flöten- und Rohrblattinstrumente bis 1750: Beschreibender Katalog. 22 (1996): 128–32.

Review of Philippe Lescat and Jean Saint-Arroman, editors, Clarinette: Méthodes et Traités, Dictionnaires. 28 (2002): 234–38.

Review of Arnold Myers, editor, Historic Musical Instruments in the Edinburgh University Collection: Catalogue of the Edinburgh University Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. 25 (1999): 136–39.

Review of William Waterhouse, The New Langwill Index: A Dictionary of Musical Wind-Instrument Makers and Inventors. 21 (1995): 94–97.

Ripin, Edwin M.
Review of Frederick Crane, Extant Medieval Musical Instruments: A Provisional Catalogue by Types. 1 (1975):131–33.

Rosenbaum, R. M.
Review of John Henry van der Meer and Rainer Weber, Catalogo degli strumenti musicali dell’ Accademia Filarmonica di Verona. 10 (1984): 120–23.

Review of Edwin M. Ripin, The Instrument Catalogues of Leopoldo Franciolini. 1 (1975):127–29.

Rosenblum, Myron
Review of Harry Danks, The Viola d’Amore. 4 (1978): 134–36.

Review of Adolf Heinrich König, ed., Alte Meistergeigen: Beschreibungen, Expertisen, vols. 5–8. 12 (1986): 166–67.

Rossi Rognoni, Gabriele

Review of Stewart Pollens, Stradivari. 37 (2011): 171–75.

Sandford, Gordon
Review of Laurence Dana Dreyfus, Bach’s Continuo Group: Players and Practices in His Vocal Works. 15 (1989): 125–27.

Review of Friedemann Hellwig, ed., Studia Organologica: Festschrift für John Henry van der Meer zu seinem fünfundsechzigsten Geburtstag. 16 (1990): 177–80.

Santa María Bouquet, Jonathan

Review of Guido Meli, ed., Il restauro conservativo del contrabbasso “Panormo.” 36 (2010): 174–76.

Sawyer, John E.
Review of Ian Woodfield, The Early History of the Viol. 13 (1987): 121–25.

Schnurr, Stephen

Review of Barbara Owen, The Great Organ at Methuen: From its Celebrated Arrival in Nineteenth-Century Boston to the Present. 38 (2012): 157–59.

Schott, Howard
Review of Alfons Huber, ed., Das Österreichische Cembalo: 600 Jahre Cembalobau in Österreich. 30 (2004): 179–83. 

Review of John Henry van der Meer, Martin Elste, and Gunther Wagner, Kiel-klaviere: Cembali, Spinette, Virginale: Bestandskatalog. 20 (1994): 116–19.

Review of James Parakilas et al., Piano Roles: Three Hundred Years of Life with the Piano. 27 (2001): 200–05.

Seebass, Tilman
Review of Helmut Giesel, Studien zur Symbolik der Musikinstrumente im Schrifttum der alten und mittelalterlichen Kirche, von den Anfängen bis zum 13. Jahrundert. 8 (1982): 96–99.

Serwer, Howard J.
Review of Hubert Henkel, Beiträge zum historischen Cembalobau. 9 (1983): 125–28.

Review of Howard Schott, ed., The Historical Harpsichord: A Monograph Series in Honor of Frank Hubbard, [vol. 1]. 12 (1986): 163–65.

Sheets, Arian 

Review of Tom Wilder, ed., The Conservation, Restoration, and Repair of Stringed Instruments and Their Bows. 37 (2011): 175–79.

Sheldon, Robert E. 
Review of Robert Eliason, Early American Brass Makers. 7 (1981): 114–16.

Siek, Stephen
Review of David Rowland, editor, The Cambridge Companion to the Piano. 26 (2000): 221–24.

Signell, Karl
Reivew of Laurence Picken, Folk Musical Instruments of Turkey. 5–6 (1979–80): 171–76.

Simons, Carolyn W. 
Review of Robert A. Green, The Hurdy-Gurdy in Eighteenth-Century France. 24 (1998): 148–51.

Simonson, Linda
Review of Martin van Schaik, De harp in de mideleeuwen: Studies naar de symbolick van een muziekinstrument. 17 (1991): 152–56.

Simpson, Mary Jean
Review of Philip T. Young, Twenty-five Hundred Historical Woodwind Instruments: An Inventory of the Major Collections. 10 (1984): 125–26.

Skyrm, Susanne

Review of Gerhard Doderer and John Henry van der Meer, Cordofones de tecla portugueses do século XVIII: Clavicordios, cravos, pianofortes e espinetas / Portuguese String Keyboard Instruments of the Eighteenth Century: Clavichords, Harpsichords, Fortepianos and Spinets. 34 (2008): 140–44.

Review of Nicolas Dufetel, ed., Liszt e il suono di Érard / Liszt and the Érard sound / Liszt et le son Érard. 39 (2013): 213–16.

Review of Luisa Morales, ed., Cinco siglos de música de tecla española / Five Centuries of Spanish Keyboard Music: Proceedings of FIMTE Symposia 2002–2004. 35 (2009): 163–68.

Smith, Barbara B.
Review of Hugh de Ferranti, Japanese Musical Instruments. 28 (2002): 211–15.

Review of Haags Gemeentemuseum, Traditional Musical Instruments of Japan. 9 (1983): 122–24.

Review of Mantle Hood, The Evolution of Javanese Gamelan. Book 1, Music of the Roaring Sea. 11 (1985): 192–95.

Review of Mantle Hood, The Evolution of Javanese Gamelan. Book 2, The Legacy of the Roaring Sea. 12 (1986): 158–61.

Review of Ki Mantle Hood, The Evolution of Javanese Gamelan. Book 3, Paragon of the Roaring Sea. 17 (1991): 162.

Review of Jennifer Lindsay, Javanese Gamelan. 9 (1983): 122–24.

Review of Alan R. Thrasher, Chinese Musical Instruments. 28 (2002): 211–15.

Starr, S. Frederick
Review of Ralph T. Dudgeon, The Keyed Bugle. 20 (1994): 128–30.

Review of Trevor Herbert, ed., Bands: The Brass Band Movement in the 19th and 20th Centuries. 19 (1993): 112–13.

Sullivan, Anita

Review of Franco Lorenzo Arruga, Luigi di Fronzo, Elena Previdi, and Giovanni Paolo Di Stefano, Note de valzer nel mondo viennese: Arte e musica nel fortepiano di Heitzmann / Waltzes from the World of Vienna: Art and Music on the Heitzmann Fortepiano. Alla ricerca dei suoni perduti / In Search of Lost Sounds, Appendix 2. 38 (2012): 166–69.

Review of Florence Gétreau et al., Chopin e il suono di Pleyel: Arte e musica nella Parigi romantica / Chopin and the Pleyel Sound: Art and Music in Romantic Paris / Chopin et le son Pleyel: Art et musique dans le Paris romantique. Alla ricerca dei suoni perduti / In Search of Lost Sounds, Appendix 3. 38 (2012): 166–69.

Review of Fernando Mazzoca, Grant O’Brien, Giovanni Paolo Di Stefano, Lavinia Galli, and Andreina Bazzi. Schanz lo strumento dei Principi: Arte e musica nella Milano dell’Ottocento al tempo di Cristina Archinto Tivulzio / Schanz the Instrument of Princes: Art and Music in the [sic] Nineteenth Century Milan at the Time of Cristina Archinto Trivulzio. Alla ricerca dei suoni perduti / In Search of Lost Sounds, Appendix 1. 38 (2012): 165–69.

Thieme, Darius L.
Review of Monique Brandily, Instruments de musique et musiciens instrumentistes chez les Teda du Tibesti. 5–6 (1979–80): 207–10.

Thompson, Susan E.
Review of Bruce Haynes, The Eloquent Oboe: A History of the Hautboy from 1640 to 1760. 29 (2003): 245–49.

Tikker, Timothy

Review of Anthony Hammond, Pierre Cochereau: Organist of Notre-Dame. 40 (2014): 252–56.

Troeger, Richard
Review of Bernard Brauchli, The Clavichord. 26 (2000): 224–28.

Tubbs, Jeremy
Review of Darcy Kuronen, Dangerous Curves: The Art of the Guitar. 28 (2002): 220–22.

Tyler, James

Review of Ralf Leenen and Barry Pratt, The Embergher Mandolin. 33 (2007): 252–54.

Review of Matthew Spring, The Lute in Britain: A History of the Instrument and its Music. 29 (2003): 230–34.

Viles, Ann
Review of Roberto Regazzi, comp., The Complete Luthier’s Library: A Useful International Critical Bibliography for the Maker and Connoisseur of Stringed and Plucked Instruments. 19 (1993): 109–11.

Review of Paul Sparks, The Classical Mandolin. 23 (1997): 164–66.

Warner, Robert Austin
Review of Robert E. Eliason, Graves & Company: Musical Instrument Makers. 3 (1977): 131–32.

Review of Jeremy Montagu, The World of Baroque and Classical Musical Instruments; and Jeremy Montagu, The World of Romantic and Modern Musical Instruments. 8 (1982): 93–96.

Washburn, Robert
Review of Thomas E. Cross, Instruments of Burma, India, Nepal, Thailand, and Tibet. 11 (1985): 174–76.

Review of Laurence Pickens, ed., Musica Asiatica, vol. 4. 12 (1986): 161–63.

Review of Thomas Vennum, Jr., The Ojibwa Dance Drum: Its History and Construction. 14 (1988): 184–87.

Watson, John R.
Review of Edward L. Kottick, A History of the Harpsichord. 32 (2006): 167–72. 

Review of Stewart Pollens, The Manual of Musical Instrument Conservation. 42 (2016): 243–46.

Westbrook, James

Review of Alberto Cuellar et al., La Escuela Granadina de Guitarreros = Granada School of Guitar-Makers, ed. John Ray. 42 (2016): 246–49.

Westbrook, Randy
Review of Hans Fjellestad, Moog: A Documentary Film. 32 (2006): 175–79.

Review of Trevor Pinch and Frank Trocco, Analog Days: The Invention and Impact of the Moog Synthesizer. 32 (2006): 175–79.

Witten, Laurence C., II
Review of Brigitte Geiser, Studien zur Frühgeschichte der Violine. 5–6 (1979–80): 187–89.

Review of Walter Salmen, ed., Jakob Stainer und seine Zeit: Tagungsbericht. 13 (1987): 118–21.

Review of Walter Senn and Karl Roy, Jakob Stainer: Leben und Werk des tiroler Meisters 1617–1683. 15 (1989): 123–25.

Wolf, R. Peter
Review of René de Maeyer, ed., The Brussels Museum of Musical Instruments Bulletin, vol. 4. 5–6 (1979–80): 176–79.

Review of Edwin M. Ripin, Keyboard Instruments: Studies in Keyboard Organology, 1500–1800. 5–6 (1979–80): 190–93.

Review of Wouter Scheurwater and Rob van Acht, Oude klavecimbels: hun bouw en restauratie (Old Harpsichords: Their Construction and Restoration). 5–6 (1979–80): 190–93.

Zaki, Mark 

Review of Nick Collins and Julio d’Escriván, eds., The Cambridge Companion to Electronic Music. 35 (2009): 150–53.

Zusman, Shanon P.
Review of Annette Otterstedt, The Viol: History of an Instrument. 29 (2003): 249–55.

Review of Alfred Planyavsky, The Baroque Double Bass Violone. 26 (2000): 238–42.