Historic Brass Journal - Volume 14 - 2002

Historic Brass Journal - Volume 14 - Cover

Table of Contents, Editor's Message, President's Message, Monk Award    
     
More Thoughts on the Discipline of Organology Sabine K. Klaus  
     
The Minstrel School in the Late Middle Ages Rob C. Wegman  
     
The Roman Bucina: A Distinct Musical Instrument? John Ziolkowski  
     
Zorzi Trombetta and the Band of Piffari and the Trombones of the Serenissima: New Documentary Evidence Rodolfo Baroncini, translated by Hugh Ward-Perkins  
     
The Shofar and its Symbolism Malcom Miller  
     
Remnants of Some Late-Sixteenth-Century Trumpet Ensemble Music Michael Gale  
     
The Trumpet in Restoration Theatre Suites Alexander McGrattan  
     
Mozart's Use of Horns in B-flat and the Question of Alto-Basso in the Eighteenth Century Paul R. Bryan  
     
The Status of Brass Musicians as Dance Musicians in the Sixteenth to Eighteenth Centuries Walter Salmen, translated by Howard Weiner  
     
Beethoven's Equali (Woo 30): A New Perspective Howard Weiner  
     
The Salem Cornetts Stewart A. Carter  
     
The Venomous Affair of the First Serpent Method Benny Sluchin  
     
A Brief History of Piston-Valved Cornets Niles Eldredge  
     
Brasswind Innovation and Output of Boosey & Co. in the Blaikley Era Arnold Myers  
     
Cornets in the Brussels Musical Instrument Museum: A Survey and a Checklist of an Outstanding Collection Gery Dumoulin  
     
A Bibliography of Writings About Historic Brass Instruments, 2001-2002 Compiled by David Lasocki  
     
Brief Studies and Reports: The Perry George Lowry/Scott Joplin Connection: New Information on an Important African American Cornetist; and Communication Richard I. Schwartz  
     
Reviews and Guidelines for Contributors David Guion and Edward H. Tarr  
     
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