Historic Brass Journal - Volume 11 - 1999

Historic Brass Journal - Volume 11 - C5ver

Table of Contents, Editor's Message, President's Message, Monk Award    
On "Organology": A Position Paper Renato Meucci  
Of Handel, London Trumpeters, and Trumpet Music Donald Burrows  
Ferdinand Weinschenk (1831-1910), Pivotal Figure in German Trumpet History Edward H. Tarr  
Giovanni Puzzi and Horn Playing in London's Orchestras in the 1820s E. Bradley Strauchen  
Mozart's Concerto for Second Horn: K. 370b and 371 Andrew Kearns  
André Braun's Gamme et Méthode Pour Les Trombonnes Revisited Howard Weiner  
Francois René Gebauer's 50 Leçons Pour La Trombonne Basse, Alto & Tenor: The Earliest Book of Études fo the Trombone Howard Weiner  
The Brass Instrument Collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York Herbert Heyde  
The Ministriles tradition in Latin America: Part One: South America
1. The Cases of Santafé (Colombia) and La Plata (Bolivia) in the Seventeenth Century
Egberto Bermúdez  
A Bibliography of Writings About Historic Brass Instruments, 1998-99 Compiled by David Lasocki  

Brief Studies and Reports:

Brass Instruments in Colonial America: The Newspaper Sources Mary Jane Corry
The Guitbert Trumpet: A Remarkable Discovery Pierre-Yves Madeuf, Jean-Francois Madeuf, and Graham Nicholson

Other Features:

Editor's Message Stewart Carter
President's Message Jeffrey Nussbaum
Monk Award Announcement