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Musical instruments in the Dayton C. Miller flute collection at the Library of Congress

Library of Congress

Musical instruments in the Dayton C. Miller flute collection at the Library of Congress

a catalog

by Library of Congress

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Published by Library of Congress in Washington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Miller, Dayton Clarence, 1866-1941 -- Musical instrument collections,
    • Library of Congress,
    • Flute -- Catalogs and collections -- United States

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

      Other titlesDayton C. Miller flute collection at the Library of Congress.
      Statementcompiled by Michael Seyfrit.
      ContributionsSeyfrit, Michael.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsML462.W33 L545 1982
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv. <1 > :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4268244M
      ISBN 100844403776
      LC Control Number81014274

      Highly respected as a writer, researcher, and lecturer, she has been a consultant to the Dayton C. Miller Flute Collection in the Library of Congress and the Department of Musical Instruments of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and was curator of an exhibition on Georges Barr re at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln. Handbook of the collection of musical instruments in the United States National Museum; Musical instruments in the Dayton C. Miller flute collection at the Library of Congress: a catalog / co Membership handbook / Music Library Association.

      The science of musical sounds. Hoekje, Peter L. and William Fickinger, " Acoustic teaching apparatus before at the Case School of Applied Science ". Gilliam, L., and W. Lichtenwanger, " The Dayton C. Miller Flute Collection: A Checklist of the Instruments ". Catalog of Books and Literary Material Relating to the Flute and Other Musical Instruments. Dayton, C Miller. Reprint Services Corporation. ISBN (hardcover). This book was privately printed, and now is part of the Library of Congress. The first volume discussed recorders, fifes and simple system transverse flutes in one key.

      Open Library. Featured movies All video latest This Just In Prelinger Archives Democracy Now! Full text of "The Dayton C. Miller flute collection: a . Zuffolo (also chiufolo, ciufolo) is an Italian fipple described in the 14th century, it has a rear thumb-hole, two front finger-holes, and a conical bore. It is approximately 8 cm in length and has a range of over two octaves, from B 3 to C 6 (Marcuse c).A larger instrument of the same name, with a lowest note of C5 appeared in the early 17th century (Fuller-Maitland, Classification: Wind, Woodwind.


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Musical instruments in the Dayton C. Miller flute collection at the Library of Congress by Library of Congress Download PDF EPUB FB2

Introducing the Dayton C. Miller Flute Collection. by Jon Newsom, Chief of the Music Division, Library of Congress. Thomas Jefferson's library is the foundation of the collections of the Library of Congress.

Congress purchased it to replace the books that had been destroyed inwhen the Capitol was burned during the War of Dayton C. Miller Collection Musical Instruments at the Library of Congress Performing Arts Encyclopedia 1, Nancy Toff is the author of The Development of the Modern Flute, Georges Barr re and the Flute in America, and Monarch of the Flute: The Life of Georges Barr respected as a writer, researcher, and lecturer, she has been a consultant to the Dayton C.

Miller Flute Collection in the Library of Congress and the Department of Musical Instruments of the Metropolitan Museum Cited by: Library of Congress.

Musical instruments in the Dayton C. Miller flute collection at the Library of Congress. Washington: Library of Congress, (OCoLC) Named Person: Dayton Clarence Miller; Dayton Clarence Miller: Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.

Musical instruments in the Dayton C. Miller flute collection at the Library of Congress: A catalog [Library of Congress] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Musical instruments in the Dayton C. Miller flute collection at the Library of Congress: A catalogAuthor: Library of Congress.

The Dayton C. Miller Flute Collection is currently housed in a secure, climate-controlled vault in the James Madison Building of the Library of Congress, where it may be viewed by appointment.

Please address inquiries to: Curator, Dayton C. Miller Collection, Music Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. or telephone ()   The Dayton C.

Miller flute collection: a checklist of the instruments by Library of Congress. Music Division; Gilliam, Laura E; Lichtenwanger, William, Publication date Topics Wind instruments Publisher Washington Collection Wellesley_College_Library; blc; Pages: The Dayton C.

Miller Collections of Wind Instruments. The Miller collections contain nearly 1, flutes and other wind instruments, statuary, iconography, books, music, trade catalogs, tutors, patents, and other materials mostly related to the flute. The collections include both Western and non-Western examples of wind instruments with at least European and American.

Get this from a library. The Dayton C. Miller flute collection: a checklist of the instruments. [Laura E Gilliam; William Lichtenwanger; Library of Congress.

Music Division.]. Nancy Toff is the author of The Development of the Modern Flute and Georges Barrere and the Flute in America. Highly respected as a writer, researcher, and lecturer, she has been a consultant to the Dayton C.

Miller Flute Collection in the Library of Congress and the Department of Musical Instruments of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.5/5(2). Nancy Toff is the author of The Development of the Modern Flute, Georges Barr re and the Flute in America, and Monarch of the Flute: The Life of Georges Barr respected as a writer, researcher, and lecturer, she has been a consultant to the Dayton C.

Miller Flute Collection in the Library of Congress and the Department of Musical Instruments of the Brand: Oxford University Press. Dayton C.

Miller with 22k and 18k-gold flute which he made inphotograph, Dayton C. Miller Flute Collection, Miller family photographs. The Stringed Instrument Collection. Instrument collecting at the Library of Congress began with the generosity of Mrs.

Gertrude Clarke Whittall who donated five stringed instruments made by Antonio Stradivari to the Library of Congress in Since that time, the Library's Music Division has acquired five additional stringed instruments through generous donations.

Highly respected as a writer, researcher, and lecturer, she has been a consultant to the Dayton C. Miller Flute Collection in the Library of Congress and the Department of Musical Instruments of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and was curator of an exhibition on Georges Barrère at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln 5/5(1).

See all books authored by Library of Congress, including The Library of Congress Illustrated Timeline of the Civil War, and Mark Twain's America: A Celebration in Words and Images, and more on Musical instruments in the Dayton C. Miller flute collection at the Library of Congress: A catalog.

Library of Congress. Dayton C. Miller was an American scientist who took a special interest in the flute, including its history and construction.

Just before his death, Miller donated his collection of flutes, flute literature, correspondence, and iconography to the Library of Congress. Nancy Toff is the author of The Development of the Modern Flute, Georges Barr re and the Flute in America, and Monarch of the Flute: The Life of Georges Barr respected as a writer, researcher, and lecturer, she has been a consultant to the Dayton C.

Miller Flute Collection in the Library of Congress and the Department of Musical Instruments of the Metropolitan Museum Pages: The collection of the musical instruments remains incomplete without the mention of the flutes.

The library of Congress owns the world’s largest flute collection, as reported by Steve : Newsgram. The Dayton C Miller Flute Collection A Checklist of the Instruments The Library of Congress, Washington. + vi pp, b/w plates. paper covers yellowed and soiled, spine darkened, a small faint damage to frontispiece, binding tight.

Library of Congress's American Memory Collections in the Performing Arts: Specific American Composers: The Leonard Bernstein Collection, ca. Music Div., Library Of Congress ; The Aaron Copland Collection, from the Library of Congress ; The Irving Fine Collection: Ca. Historic examples of glass flutes can be found in the Library of Congress' Dayton C.

Miller collection, dating from the early 19th century. They were made from clear cut glass with silver fittings. Hall Crystal Flutes are a contemporary version of these historic pieces.Folder 11 Seyfrit, Michael, comp.

Musical instruments in the Dayton C. Miller flute Collection at the Library of Congress; A catalog. Volume 1: recorders, fifes, and simple system transverse flutes of one key.

Washington, DC: Library of Congress Scope and .Folder "Musical Instruments in the Dayton C. Miller Flute Collection at the Library of Congress," Vol. 1 by Michael Seyfrit, Published by the Library of Congress, US Government Printing Office.

Also contains correspondence between Lloyd Farrar and Robert Sheldon at the Library of Congress from J