Francis W. Galphin
Published January 8, 2018
Reference - 336 Pages
ISBN 9781138555761 - CAT# Y380532
Series: Routledge Revivals
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The study of musical instruments now no longer with us is necessary, not only for the musician and composer, but for the man of letters, the artist, and the chronicler of our national life; for many allusions to customs of bygone times cannot otherwise be understood, and we should be spared such a trying ordeal as we were recently subjected to by one of our leading illustrated papers, which introduced into a thirteenth century scene a twentieth century mandoline with an up to date mechanism.
1. Rote and Harp 2. Gittern and Citole 3. Mandore and Lute 4. Psaltery and Dulcimer 5. Crowd, Rebec and Viol 6. Organistrum and Symphony 7. Clavichord and Virginal 8. Recorder and Flute 9. Shawm and Pipe 10. Horn and Cornett 11. Trumpet and Sackbut 12. Organs Portative and Positive 13. Tabors and Nakers 14. Cymbals and Chimes 15. The Consort INDEX