Violins and Violinists Magazine

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Violins and Violinists Magazine


Violins and Violinists Magazine

The Purfling of Violins Part II by MAX MÖLLER TOP DRAWING I French tool for making purfling to right ... causes in one of the violin magazines , in which someone offered to carve the channel for the purfling in the tops and backs ...

Violins and Violinists  Magazine

Includes music.

The Care Construction and Repair of the Violin

Doring , Ernest N. Among the Violin Makers Violins and Violinists Magazine , VII ( Oct. - Nov . , 1945 ) , 71 . Doring , Ernest N. " Among the Violin Makers , " Violins and Violinists Magazine , VII ( Dec. , 1945 ) , 94 .

The Care  Construction  and Repair of the Violin


The Violin

Full title: The Cremona, With Which is Incorporated 'The Violinist,' a Record of the String World. The editorial in the first issue (17 December 1906) describes The Cremona as “an independent journal dealing with stringed instruments, ...

The Violin

First published in 2006. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

The British Union Catalogue of Music Periodicals

Lbl 1 (1893)–14 (1907), 169 Ob* The Violinist see The Cremona: with which is incorporated “The Violinist”, ... 1938–60 [Entitled Violins and Violinists Magazine (ISSN 0748–8645), 1942–60] LVp 18 (1957)–21 (1960) Violins and Violinists ...

The British Union Catalogue of Music Periodicals

First published in 1998, the aim of this catalogue is to help students, researchers and librarians determine the UK locations of over 2,000 music periodical titles held in public, academic and national libraries. Over 220 libraries in the UK have been surveyed, from St. Austell to Aberdeen, Aberystwyth to Brighton. Each catalogue entry provides detailed information on library holdings, and full bibliographic details of periodical titles, including ISSNs. The main catalogue is preceded by an address list, and by a preface outlining the history of music periodicals in Britain, together with statistical tables.

An Index to Articles Published in The Etude Magazine 1883 1957 Part 2

Tone Smile of the Violin , Sep42 : 592 Tone Technic , Jun28 : 474 Tone Tonics , Nov38 : 759 Tone , Sweet and Sour ... Aug08 : 530 Violinist Draws a Tone , Mar46 : 141 Violinist's Tone , Sep25 : 667 Violins , Violinists and Violin Tone ...

An Index to Articles Published in The Etude Magazine  1883 1957  Part 2

Annotation: The Index is published in two physical volumes and sold as a set for $250.00. As America's geography and societal demands expanded, the topics in The Etude magazine (first published in 1883) took on such important issues as women in music; immigration; transportation; Native American and African American composers and their music; World War I and II; public schools; new technologies (sound recordings, radio, and television); and modern music (jazz, gospel, blues, early 20th century composers) in addition to regular book reviews, teaching advice, interviews, biographies, and advertisements. Though a valued source particularly for private music teachers, with the de-emphasis on the professional elite and the decline in salon music, the magazine ceased publication in 1957. This Index to the articles in The Etude serves as a companion to E. Douglas Bomberger's 2004 publication on the music in The Etude. Published a little over fifty years after the final issue reached the public, this Index chronicles vocal and instrumental technique, composer biographies, position openings, department store orchestras, the design of a successful music studio, how to play an accordion, recital programs in music schools, and much more. The Index is a valuable tool for research, particularly in the music culture of American in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. With titles of these articles available, the doors are now open for further research in the years to come.

The Violin Makers Journal

... as the apparatus that could be applied to use of scientific terms , Smiley has put them into simple violin making . ... VIOLINS & VIOLINISTS " Magazine , January -February , 1958 issue , has been ordered and copies 1 can be obtained ...

The Violin Makers  Journal


Orange Coast Magazine

Now in her mid-40s and an accomplished solo violinist and conductor, Halprin splits her time between a primary home in Santa Fe, N.M., and frequent professional stops in New York and Orange County. She has toured Europe and Latin ...

Orange Coast Magazine

Orange Coast Magazine is the oldest continuously published lifestyle magazine in the region, bringing together Orange County¹s most affluent coastal communities through smart, fun, and timely editorial content, as well as compelling photographs and design. Each issue features an award-winning blend of celebrity and newsmaker profiles, service journalism, and authoritative articles on dining, fashion, home design, and travel. As Orange County¹s only paid subscription lifestyle magazine with circulation figures guaranteed by the Audit Bureau of Circulation, Orange Coast is the definitive guidebook into the county¹s luxe lifestyle.

Journal of the Violin Society of America

Violin Society of America. November 10 , 1974. Albert Mell was among those in attendance . In the course of that first meeting , the board of directors was expanded , and it was then that Albert joined the board .

Journal of the Violin Society of America


Music and Performance Culture in Nineteenth Century Britain

claimed for any other instrument at that time, including piano.30 Admittedly, the market sustained no more than three titles simultaneously; only three magazines endured (Strad, Violin Times and Gazette of the College of Violinists); ...

Music and Performance Culture in Nineteenth Century Britain

Music and Performance Culture in Nineteenth-Century Britain: Essays in Honour of Nicholas Temperley is the first book to focus upon aspects of performance in the broader context of nineteenth-century British musical culture. In four Parts, 'Musical Cultures', 'Societies', 'National Music' and 'Methods', this volume assesses the role music performance plays in articulating significant trends and currents of the cultural life of the period and includes articles on performance and individual instruments; orchestral and choral ensembles; church and synagogue music; music societies; cantatas; vocal albums; the middle-class salon, conducting; church music; and piano pedagogy. An introduction explores Temperley's vast contribution to musicology, highlighting his seminal importance in creating the field of nineteenth-century British music studies, and a bibliography provides an up-to-date list of his publications, including books and monographs, book chapters, journal articles, editions, reviews, critical editions, arrangements and compositions. Fittingly devoted to a significant element in Temperley's research, this book provides scholars of all nineteenth-century musical topics the opportunity to explore the richness of Britain's musical history.

Lippincott s Monthly Magazine

1 His compo- l ° Among living violinists , Ole Bull repwas one of the most charming violinists Paganini had departed . ... was the sion which was sounded by his bow . creator of a new era of the violin , and his Such was his precocity ...

Lippincott s Monthly Magazine


New York Magazine

BROOKLYN PHILHARMONIC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, Lukas Foss conductor; Christiane Edinger, violinist. Zimmerman's Violin Concerto (N.Y. premiere); Beethoven's Symphony No. 3, "Eroica"; Mozart's Symphony No. 35, "Haffner." BAM at 8. $6-$ 12.50.

New York Magazine

New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.

The Violin Times

A Journal for Professional and Amateur Violinists and Quartet Players. exercises , nearly every one of which treats ... I have undertaken in this department of our Magazine to record all the new works on the violin that reach my hands .

The Violin Times


The Violin Monthly Magazine for All Lovers of the Instrument

M. FLEMING , Author of “ Old Violins and their Makers , " writes as follows : TO MESSRS . HAYNES & Co. , LONDON . January 13th , 1888 . DEAR SIRS - I am very much pleased with the “ CARRODUS ” Violin you were good enough to show me I ...

The Violin Monthly Magazine for All Lovers of the Instrument


The Guadagnini Family of Violin Makers

1758 “ 1758 1753 reading the story in the magazine. Not only was the violin located, but it had been in this country since 1925! The documentary evidence embraces the original Hill certificate issued to Hartmann on October 9, 1905, ...

The Guadagnini Family of Violin Makers

Along with the instruments of Stradivari and del Gesù, the violins of Giovanni Battista Guadagnini have long been favored by professional musicians. This 1949 volume remains the most comprehensive study of G. B. Guadagnini's life, work, and legacy. Includes a catalog of masterpieces and a new Introduction by an authority on musical instruments.

New York Magazine

Loeffler: La Cornemuse; Mozart: Duo in G, K 423; Dvorak: Terzetto; Leclair: Sonata for Two Violins; Prokofiev: Sonata for Two Violins; Spohr: Violin Duo in D. Boston Symphony Orchestra, Philharmonic Hall, 8:30. Conductor: Claudio Abbado ...

New York Magazine

New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.

Cum Notis Variorum

Continued by Violin Society of America . Journal . Violins and violinists . Chicago , Ill . no.1-6 ( spring 1961Mar. 1964 ) // Frequency : Q ISSN : 0505-6233 Continues in part Violins and violinists magazine ( 0748-8645 ) .

Cum Notis Variorum


Violins

Riggs, Robert (2016) Violins and violinists in literature in The Violin ed. ... Russ (2004) “Saving the Music Tree,” Smithsonian Magazine, April. www.smithsonianmag.com/arts-culture/saving-the-music-tree-101375575/ Schiller, ...

Violins

Violins: Local Meanings, Globalized Sounds examines the violin as an object of meaning in a variety of cultural and historical contexts, and as a vehicle for introducing anthropological issues. Each chapter highlights concepts as taught in lower-level anthropology courses, and includes teaching and learning tools. Chapters range from a memoir-like social biography of a single instrument to explorations of violins in relation to technology, labor, the environment, migration, globalization, childhood, cultural understandings of talent and virtuosity, and prestige.