Early Keyboard Instruments in European Museums Edward L. Kottick

ISBN: 9780253332394

Published: May 1st 1997

Hardcover

304 pages


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Early Keyboard Instruments in European Museums  by  Edward L. Kottick

Early Keyboard Instruments in European Museums by Edward L. Kottick
May 1st 1997 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 304 pages | ISBN: 9780253332394 | 9.75 Mb

Information for when you travel. By country and city, you are guided to the best instrument collections in Europe. For each site is provided a substantial discussion of the instruments, location, address, and hours of admission. There are abundantMoreInformation for when you travel.

By country and city, you are guided to the best instrument collections in Europe. For each site is provided a substantial discussion of the instruments, location, address, and hours of admission. There are abundant black and white (many full-page) photos, a glossary of terms associated with earlier instruments, and an index of makers. --Piano & KeyboardGrowing out of the authors visits to 47 collections in Europe, this lively guidebook offers intimate glimpses at a great variety of instruments. It focuses on the more important and unusual holdings in each museum, such as the Cristofori pianos in Rome and Leipzig and the earliest known English double-manual instrument--a 1700 harpsichord by Tisseran, now in Oxford.

In addition, the authors provide travelers with essential information for each museum.



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