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FoMRHI Quarterly Contents


Meaning of mnemonics used:

Plan: Plans

Bull: Bulletin

Suppl: Supplement

Book reviews are recognisable because the reviewer's name is given, following the words Reviewed by:.

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Quarterly 1 (1975)

On early 16th century lute barring and bridge placement. Segerman Abbott. [C-1 in Q1]

The problem of double bridges on 15th century illustrations of rebecs. Rooley. [C-2 in Q1]

Gut strings. Segerman Abbott. [C-3 in Q1]

An inductive thickness gauge. Edmunds. [C-4 in Q1]

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Quarterly 2 (1976)

Geometric description and analysis of instrument shapes. Abbott Segerman. [C-5 in Q2]

Some thoughts on a file of musical instruments. Abbott Segerman. [C-6 in Q2]

Sources of information on authentic lutes. Abbott Segerman. [C-7 in Q2]

Some manuscripts in the British Library with musical instruments and a few other sources. Montagu. [C-8 in Q2]

Pictures etc in the Ashmolean Museum. Downing. [C-8a in Q2]

Comments on the catalogue of the V&A Museum. Montagu. [C-9 in Q2]

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Quarterly 3 (1976)

Attitude to musical instrument conservation and restoration. O'Brien. [C-10 in Q3]

Proposal for a computer-based index of data concerning historical documents. Theakston. [C-11 in Q3]

Musical instruments in Jean de Gerson's Tractatus de Canticis. Page. [C-12 in Q3]

Musical instruments in medieval Latin biblical glosses. Page. [C-13 in Q3]

References to string materials in some medieval texts. Page. [C-14 in Q3]

Historical background to the strings used by catgut scrapers. Segerman Abbott. [C-15 in Q3]

On the Palmer orpharion. Segerman Abbott. [C-16 in Q3]

Regarding lute pegs and bridges. Curry. [C-17 in Q3]

Early percussion instruments from the middle ages to the baroque. Blades, Montagu. Reviewed by: Bowles [C-18 in Q3]

Making early percussion instruments. Montagu. Reviewed by: Bowles [C-19 in Q3]

A survey of musical instruments. Marcuse. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-20 in Q3]

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Quarterly 4 (1976)

The construction of a monochord. Montagu. [C-21 in Q4]

The polishing of metal surfaces. Betts. [C-22 in Q4]

Some notes on the use of benzotriazole as a preservative for copper and alloys of high copper content. Betts. [C-23 in Q4]

A substitute for ivory. Taggart. [C-24 in Q4]

A 16th century French description of gut strings in Turkey. Wright. [C-25 in Q4]

The Early Musical Instrument Makers Association Limited. Morley. [C-26 in Q4]

A letter to Editors of periodicals with interests in historical instruments. Abbott Segerman Montagu. [C-27 in Q4]

A note on the preparation and distribution of instrument designs. Abbott Segerman. [C-28 in Q4]

Design information for lute makers. Segerman Abbott. [C-29 in Q4]

On single, octave or unison courses in early stringed instruments. Segerman Abbott. [C-30 in Q4]

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Quarterly 5 (1976)

Italian harpsichords, Wraight [Plan in Q5]

A reconstruction of the Bosch hurdy-gurdy. Tolley. [C-31 in Q5]

Burning as an alternative to boring. Hailperin. [C-32 in Q5]

Colouring of instruments. Lawrence. [C-33 in Q5]

On bending woods. Hachez. [C-34 in Q5]

An ivory substitute. Hachez. [C-35 in Q5]

Lessons about the naming of instruments offered by the early guitar and violin. Segerman Abbott. [C-36 in Q5]

Comments on C-41. Segerman. [C-36a in Q5]

Praetorius and the viola bastarda. Abbott Segerman. [C-37 in Q5]

Praetorius and English pitch standards in the 17th century. Segerman Abbott. [C-38 in Q5]

On the string length of the 16th century vihuela da mano. Segerman Abbott. [C-39 in Q5]

Why are lute pegboxes bent back? Segerman Abbott. [C-40 in Q5]

Lute pegboxes and necks. Samson. [C-41 in Q5]

Museums, commercialism and instrument drawings. Segerman Abbott. [C-42 in Q5]

Notes on the Horniman Museum Handbook. Montagu. [C-43 in Q5]

Comments on C-29. Segerman Abbott. [C-43a in Q5]

Instruments of the middle ages and renaissance. Munrow. Reviewed by: Segerman [C-44 in Q5]

The world of medieval and renaissance musical instruments. Montagu. Reviewed by: Segerman [C-44 in Q5]

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Quarterly 6 (1977)

List Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York [Plan in Q6]

FoMRHI rules. [C-** in Q6]

Renaissance transposing keyboard instruments. Meeùs. [C-45 in Q6]

Recommendations for drawings of keyboard instruments. Barnes. [C-46 in Q6]

Lute pegboxes in pictures 1600-1800. Samson. [C-47 in Q6]

The twelve-course lute. Samson. [C-48 in Q6]

Classic guitar shape. Ecker. [C-49 in Q6]

Jerome of Moravia and bridge curvature in the medieval fiddle. Segerman Abbott. [C-50 in Q6]

Some speculations on medieval fiddle technique. Segerman Abbott. [C-51 in Q6]

What is a musical instrument? Marvin. [C-52 in Q6]

The words authentic and original. Segerman. [C-53 in Q6]

Felling your own timber. Rawson. [C-54 in Q6]

Some notes on C-39. Gill. [C-39a in Q6]

Instruments of the middle ages and renaissance (part 1). Munrow. Reviewed by: Segerman [C-44a in Q6]

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Quarterly 7 (1977)

Reports on FoMRHI seminars Syrus. Montagu. [C-55 in Q7]

FoMRHI book news. Montagu. [C-56 in Q7]

Renaissance transposing keyboard instruments II. Meeùs. [C-57 in Q7]

Jerome of Moravia. Baines. [C-58 in Q7]

The names, string lengths and pitch standards of extended-neck lutes in the 17th century. Abbott Segerman. [C-59 in Q7]

Instrument research through artist's depiction. Ecker. [C-60 in Q7]

Some comments on C-60. Montagu. [C-60a in Q7]

Detection of reinforcing bars in instruments. Wood. [C-61 in Q7]

Bending irons. Garrod, Abbott, Young. [C-62 in Q7]

On measures of instruments in museums. Segerman, Abbott. [C-63 in Q7]

Freighting instruments from the U.K. Wood. [C-64 in Q7]

In defence of C-40. Segerman. [C-40a in Q7]

Instruments of the middle ages and renaissance (part 2). Munrow. Reviewed by: Segerman [C-44b in Q7]

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Quarterly 8 (1977)

List V&A Museum, London [Plan in Q8]

On the sizes of renaissance and baroque viols and violins. Segerman. [C-65 in Q8]

The range of pitch with gut strings of a given length. Samson. [C-66 in Q8]

Principal instruments of 14th century Italy and their structural features. Mayor Brown. [C-67 in Q8]

Comments on technical drawings and photographs of musical instruments. Lee. [C-68 in Q8]

On the dangers of becoming an established scholar. Segerman. [C-69 in Q8]

Profile turning of reamer blanks for use in woodwind. Cameron. [C-70 in Q8]

Humidity cycling for stabilisation of gut and wood. Abbott Segerman Rolfe. [C-71 in Q8]

The manufacture of musical instruments. Tullberg. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-72 in Q8]

Musical instruments of the world. Diagram_group. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-73 in Q8]

Comment on C-10: attitudes to musical instrument conservation and restoration by O'Brien. Barnes. [C-10a in Q8]

Comments on comments (C-39a) on C-39. Segerman Abbott. [C-39b in Q8]

The world of medieval and renaissance musical instruments (part 1). Montagu. Reviewed by: Segerman [C-44c in Q8]

On prematurity of communication. Segerman Abbott. [C-58a in Q8]

Medieval carvings of musical instruments in St Mary's Church Shrewsbury. Wright. [C-74 in Q8]

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Quarterly 9 (1977)

Notes on the barring of an Arabian lute. Downing. [C-75 in Q9]

Notes on the preservation and repair of the shakuhachi. Mayers. [C-76 in Q9]

Restoration of cupped Flemish wrestplanks. Lee. [C-77 in Q9]

Profiling and tuning of viol front plates. Strahle. [C-78 in Q9]

Another note concerning Praetorius's pitch standards. Segerman. [C-79 in Q9]

Some reflections on the acoustics of the cornett. Leguy. [C-80 in Q9]

The string formula. van Pelt. [C-81 in Q9]

Comment on C-81. Segerman Abbott. [C-82 in Q9]

Wrought iron music wire. Karp. [C-83 in Q9]

Accuracy of measurement of woodwinds and the exact copy. Karp. [C-84 in Q9]

More comments on measured drawings of keyboard instruments. Debenham. [C-85 in Q9]

On measurement. Robinson. [C-86 in Q9]

On C-67. Hailperin. [C-87 in Q9]

A reasoned and practical approach to mean-tone fretting. Segerman Abbott. [C-88 in Q9]

On medieval and early renaissance tunings and fretting patterns. Segerman. [C-89 in Q9]

Katalog der Streichinstrumente Berlin. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-90 in Q9]

Preservation and restoration of musical instruments. van der Meer, Thibault. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-91 in Q9]

International dictionary of musical instruments. Jenkins. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-92 in Q9]

The world of medieval and renaissance musical instruments. Montagu. Reviewed by: Segerman (part 2) [C-44d in Q9]

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Quarterly 10 (1978)

Report on the 16th century seminar. Montagu Segerman. [C-93 in Q10]

Some thoughts on gut string history before 1600. Segerman. [C-94 in Q10]

A correction to C-50 on Jerome of Moravia's second fiddle tuning. Segerman. [C-95 in Q10]

A hypothesis on the symphony. Montagu. [C-96 in Q10]

Cetra et cetera. Allworth. [C-97 in Q10]

Lead in harpsichord keyboards. Rawson. [C-98 in Q10]

Seasoning your own timber. Rawson. [C-99 in Q10]

Early musical instruments for school construction. Tolley Roscow Allison. [C-100 in Q10]

On C-76 and woodwind crack repair. Karp. [C-101 in Q10]

Overspun strings. Karp. [C-102 in Q10]

The interaction between gut string technology and instrument ranges and sizes up to the 18th century. Segerman. [C-103 in Q10]

A description of the early Irish harp. Hobrough. [C-104 in Q10]

About old music wire. Gug. [C-105 in Q10]

Basic keyboard tuning techniques. Karp. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-106 in Q10]

The world of medieval and renaissance musical instruments. Montagu. Reviewed by: Segerman (part 3) [C-44e in Q10]

hurdy-gurdy drawing. Varquin. Reviewed by: Tolley [C-107 in Q10]

Old harpsichords, their construction and restoration. Scheurwater, van Acht. Reviewed by: Barnes [C-108 in Q10]

Die musikinstrumente im Seiermarkischen Landeszeughaus in Graz. Stradner. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-109 in Q10]

Musikinstrumenter ved Ringve Museum. Kjeldsberg. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-110 in Q10]

Klemt og Klang; Ringve Museum. Kjeldsberg. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-110a in Q10]

Studia Instrumentorum Musicae Popularis, Musikhistoriska museets skrifter. Stockmann. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-111 in Q10]

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Quarterly 11 (1978)

List Brussels Museum. [Plan in Q11]

List Société des Amis du Musée Instrumental, Paris [Plan in Q11]

The compass of the Royal College of Music clavicytherium. Debenham. [C-112 in Q11]

Reproductions. Garrod. [C-113 in Q11]

On the construction of Ruckers harpsichords. Gug. [C-114 in Q11]

More about drawings of keyboard instruments. Barnes. [C-115 in Q11]

The circulation of restoration reports: restoration of square piano c.1820 by Gaiser. Barnes. [C-116 in Q11]

Documentation of a Fort'e Piano mechanism once existing in the Giusti harpsichord. Sutherland. [C-117 in Q11]

A Ganassi flauto. Marvin. [C-118 in Q11]

Three full-sized line drawings of historical wind instruments. Cousen. [C-119 in Q11]

Reed-gouging tool. Holmes. [C-120 in Q11]

Woodwind measurements. Whinray. [C-121 in Q11]

A shaper for recorder block blanks. Whinray. [C-122 in Q11]

Information on regals and foreign language dictionaries. Young. [C-123 in Q11]

An analysis of the fretting of the Canpi cittern at the Royal College of Music in London. Segerman. [C-124 in Q11]

On C-97: Cetra fret blocks. Segerman. [C-125 in Q11]

Twist your strings to improve tone and fretting accuracy. Segerman Abbott. [C-126 in Q11]

More comments on C-39, 39a and 39b. Gill. [C-127 in Q11]

The Maler and Frei lutes - some observations. Downing. [C-128 in Q11]

String tension on Mersenne's lute. Segerman. [C-129 in Q11]

Clean edges on gold leaf. Douglas. [C-130 in Q11]

Some historical notes on acid staining. Owen. [C-131 in Q11]

Two simple varnishes. Rubin. [C-132 in Q11]

A gauge for measuring front-plate thickness profiles of viols. Strahle. [C-133 in Q11]

On wire-comms and wire-comm comments. Karp. [C-134 in Q11]

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Quarterly 12 (1978)

A proposed device for more accurate acoustical duplication of stringed instruments. Segerman. [C-135 in Q12]

Speculations on the renaissance viol, the ubiquity of soundholes bracketed by bars, and the history of soundposts. Segerman. [C-136 in Q12]

Strings, twisted and Mersenne. Karp. [C-137 in Q12]

Catline strings. Abbott Segerman. [C-138 in Q12]

Metal-covered threads before 1600. Montagu. [C-139 in Q12]

Making lute pegs. Miller. [C-140 in Q12]

A cut lute recorded. Samson. [C-141 in Q12]

Bologna lutes - comments on C-128. Samson. [C-142 in Q12]

The Baffo virginal. Shann. [C-143 in Q12]

Basic clavichord design. Rawson. [C-144 in Q12]

Method of woodwind frequency measurement data treatment. Raudonikas. [C-145 in Q12]

Nuts, bolts and plugs. Marvin. [C-146 in Q12]

Comments on a visit to the State Institute of Theatre, Music and Cinematographie (Leningrad). Moore. [C-147 in Q12]

FoMRHI book news. Montagu. [C-148 in Q12]

Musical instruments of the West. Remnant. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-149 in Q12]

Jahresschrift 22 1976. Salzburger Museum Carolino Augusteum. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-149 in Q12]

Die Holzblas Instrumente im Salzburger Museum Carolino Augusteum. Birsak. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-149 in Q12]

Arcadia at Versailles. Leppert. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-149 in Q12]

Intervallic hearing, its nature and pedagogy. Szende. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-149 in Q12]

Die Römische Orgel von Aquincum. Kaba. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-149 in Q12]

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Quarterly 13 (1978)

The physics of music. Hutchins. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-150 in Q13]

Making musical instruments. Tolley. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-151 in Q13]

18th century musical instruments in the National Museum Dublin, with notes on a English guitar 1764 by Gibson. Doyle. [C-152 in Q13]

Longnecks. Kimbel Lupus. [C-153 in Q13]

Mace's theorbo from Musick's Monument, 1676. Miller. [C-154 in Q13]

A red herring on Praetorius's foot. Segerman Young. [C-155 in Q13]

Two-headed lute news. Vang Segerman. [C-156 in Q13]

Musical sculptures in medieval Burgundy. Henning. [C-157 in Q13]

On the sizes of surviving English viols. Segerman. [C-158 in Q13]

The Giusti harpsichord in the Stearns collection. Barnes. [C-159 in Q13]

More about instrument drawings. Barnes Mactaggart. [C-160 in Q13]

Computing cents with a pocket calculator. Meeùs. [C-161 in Q13]

A string calculator. Abbott Segerman. [C-162 in Q13]

Overspun string calculations. Segerman Abbott. [C-163 in Q13]

On twisted metal strings and Mersenne's data. Segerman Abbott. [C-164 in Q13]

On C-86. Robinson. [C-165 in Q13]

Safety with woodworking machines. Rawson. [C-166 in Q13]

Vellum and parchment roses. Rawson. [C-167 in Q13]

Planes for shaping arched bellies of stringed instruments. Young. [C-168 in Q13]

Comments on humidity cycling. Wraight. [C-169 in Q13]

Blown resonance of baroque transverse flute: I pitch axis and wind bands. Raudonikas. [C-170 in Q13]

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Quarterly 14 (1979)

The bassoon, part I. Jansen. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-171 in Q14]

volume 1, no. 1. Divisions. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-172 in Q14]

A possible soundboard finish for lutes and guitars. Harwood. [C-173 in Q14]

On the time of invention of overspun strings. Abbott Segerman. [C-174 in Q14]

The identity of 18th century 6-course lutes. Hodgson. [C-175 in Q14]

Early 16th century lute constructions. Hodgson. [C-176 in Q14]

A table to convert plain gut string sizes to equivalent overwound string specifications. Hodgson. [C-177 in Q14]

Mensur? Ugh! Segerman [C-178 in Q14]

Fret distances from the nut for every interval above the open string. Abbott Segerman Spencer. [C-179 in Q14]

Making reamers on a shoestring. Marvin. [C-180 in Q14]

Blown resonance of baroque transverse flute: II characteristic frequency. Raudonikas. [C-181 in Q14]

Planning a workshop. Rawson. [C-182 in Q14]

On Mersenne's twisted data and metal strings. Karp. [C-183 in Q14]

Notes on European harps. Hobrough. [C-184 in Q14]

Peg taper finisher and cutter. Mather. [C-185 in Q14]

The viola pomposa. Smith. [C-186 in Q14]

More on the sizes of English (and other) viols. Segerman Abbott. [C-187 in Q14]

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Quarterly 15 (1979)

Making musical instruments. Ford. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-188a in Q15]

Making musical instruments. Ford. Reviewed by: Segerman [C-188b in Q15]

Making musical instruments. Ford. Reviewed by: Barnes [C-188c in Q15]

Lute construction. MacLeod-Coupe. Reviewed by: Hodgson [C-189 in Q15]

The bassoon, part I (plates). Jansen. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-190 in Q15]

Intervals, scales and temperaments. Boyle. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-191 in Q15]

Cornett and Sackbut, journal. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-192 in Q15]

Musikinstrumenten Museum Leipzig band 1 Flöten. Heyde. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-193 in Q15]

The development of the calachon. Hodgson. [C-194 in Q15]

Soundhole migration in the development of the lute. Downing. [C-195 in Q15]

Early 16th century lute construction. Downing. [C-196 in Q15]

Woodwind making techniques. Cameron. [C-197 in Q15]

Soundboard finishes. Shann. [C-198 in Q15]

Mersenne untwisted. Segerman. [C-199 in Q15]

A method for making traditional tuning pins. Barnes. [C-200 in Q15]

Artificial ivory made from milk. Pereira. [C-201 in Q15]

Inventory of the workshop of Kejcher, Krakow (1548-1599). Ducept. [C-202 in Q15]

The Memling Angel Musicians Psaltery. Kottick. [C-203 in Q15]

Making a fraize. McCrone. [C-204 in Q15]

A gouge for measuring thickness of musical instrument soundboards. Tourin. [C-205 in Q15]

On Chladni-plate tuning of baroque viol soundboards. Segerman. [C-206 in Q15]

Further to C-145 and C-80. Leguy. [C-207 in Q15]

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Quarterly 16 (1979)

Making musical instruments. Tolley. Reviewed by: Baines [C-208 in Q16]

Baroque guitar (record). Hope. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-209 in Q16]

The bassoon, part II. Jansen. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-210 in Q16]

Musical instrument conservation and technology journal. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-211 in Q16]

Divisions, volume 1, no. 2. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-212 in Q16]

Musical instruments at the University of Iowa. Ross. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-213 in Q16]

Diderot, viols and false tables. Miller. [C-214 in Q16]

On baroque lute strings and tunings. Segerman. [C-215 in Q16]

Acoustics, appearance and authenticity - are our priorities right? Samson. [C-216 in Q16]

The 3 R's: responses, rejoinders and reminders to C-216. Hodgson. [C-217 in Q16]

Further to C-216. Segerman. [C-218 in Q16]

Early 16th century lute reconstructions. Hodgson. [C-219 in Q16]

Tonal balance and bar depths. Samson. [C-220 in Q16]

An acoustical problem. Montagu. [C-221 in Q16]

On accuracy of measurements. Pereira. [C-222 in Q16]

On seasoning timber. Gould. [C-223 in Q16]

A note on electronic tuning aids. Gould. [C-224 in Q16]

The cataloguing of instruments and associated references. Holmes. [C-225 in Q16]

A serviceable early baroque flauto. Marvin. [C-226 in Q16]

Making double reeds for renaissance wind instruments. Meyer Kottick. [C-227 in Q16]

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Quarterly 17 (1979)

Note on titebond. Butler. [C-228 in Q17]

Blown resonance of baroque transverse flute: III influence of cork position alteration. Raudonikas. [C-229 in Q17]

Small planes. Williams. [C-230 in Q17]

Standards for instrument plans. Williams. [C-231 in Q17]

On the information in instrument drawings. Segerman. [C-232 in Q17]

A jig for preparing and glueing lute neck joints. Ellis. [C-233 in Q17]

Parchment roses. Theakston. [C-234 in Q17]

Parchment roses. Kemner. [C-235 in Q17]

The collection of Ukranian folk instruments at Kiev. Zajaruzny. [C-236 in Q17]

Dental acrylic. Mercer. [C-237 in Q17]

Jewelery in wood etc. Samson. [C-238 in Q17]

Comment on C-227. Gould. [C-239 in Q17]

Some original receipts, appertaining to the varnishes of lutes in Italy. Forrester. [C-240 in Q17]

Crumhorns - a letter from Hanchet to Montagu. [C-241 in Q17]

Crafts Council Conservation Sourcebook. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-242 in Q17]

Method for the vielle or hurdy-gurdy. Muskett. Reviewed by: Tolley [C-243 in Q17]

Bar Consort Earl Music (record). Toll. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-244 in Q17]

The bassoon, part II (plates) & III. Jansen. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-245 in Q17]

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Quarterly 18 (1980)

List Société des Amis du Musée Instrumental, Paris [Plan in Q18]

List of plans. Paris Conservatoire. [C-246 in Q18]

Adhesive bonding in musical instrument construction. Brown. [C-247 in Q18]

Response to Butler's C-228: more on titebond. Cumpanio. [C-248 in Q18]

Adhesive for the cornetto maker. Drake. [C-249 in Q18]

String keyboard instruments. Rawson. [C-250 in Q18]

Some thoughts on manufacture and production. Montagu. [C-251 in Q18]

More on computer catalogues. Holmes. [C-252 in Q18]

Theory of viol design - I. Segerman. [C-253 in Q18]

Making woodwind keys. Bigio. [C-254 in Q18]

This quarter's good cause: the FoMRHI book list. Hobrough. [C-255 in Q18]

Files and benches. Hobrough. [C-256 in Q18]

Old keyboard tablature used in making organ pipes. Pereira. [C-257 in Q18]

Untitled. Spalding. [C-258 in Q18]

Notes on the drawings and photographs of the liuto attiorbato by Choc in the V&A museum. Lourie. [C-259 in Q18]

Position of bridge and bars regarding tone production. Mather. [C-260 in Q18]

The bassoon, part IV. Jansen. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-261 in Q18]

Zeugnisse alter Musik XI, 1980. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-262 in Q18]

Divisions, volume 1, no. 3. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-263 in Q18]

Mechanical musical instruments as a source for the study of notes inégales. Fuller. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-264 in Q18]

Indirizzi di ricerca su strumenti pre-rinascimentali. Tiella. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-265 in Q18]

The renaissance clavichord I & II (records). Brauchli. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-266 in Q18]

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Quarterly 19 (1980)

List Royal College of Music, London [Plan in Q19]

Lute body manufacture - the authentic way. Downing. [C-267 in Q19]

Is restoration doomed. Rawson. [C-268 in Q19]

Viol dimensions. Tourin. [C-269 in Q19]

An Irish hurdy-gurdy in the National Museum Dublin. Doyle. [C-270 in Q19]

An early gemshorn. Muskett. [C-271 in Q19]

Styll shalmes. Buckland. [C-272 in Q19]

More on drawings of keyboard instruments. Pereira. [C-273 in Q19]

Mandora and calachon. Gill. [C-274 in Q19]

The hurdy-gurdy. Palmer. [C-275 in Q19]

The hurdy-gurdy. Palmer. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-276 in Q19]

Corrette's Method for learning to play the vielle-a-roue. Dürichen. Reviewed by: Muskett [C-277 in Q19]

Précis de fracture d'anches renaissance. Leguy. Reviewed by: Wood [C-278 in Q19]

Tibia 1/80 journal. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-279 in Q19]

Adolphe Sax. Haine. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-280 in Q19]

The bassoon, part V. Jansen. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-281 in Q19]

Drawings of four woodwind instruments in the Brussels Museum. Moonen. Reviewed by: McCrone [C-282 in Q19]

The story of the harp in Wales. Ellis. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-283 in Q19]

Hanes y delyn yng Nghymru. Ellis. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-283 in Q19]

Die nachtegael int wilde (record). Rans, Misschaert. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-284 in Q19]

Die nachtegael int wilde (record). Rans, Misschaert. Reviewed by: Yakeley [C-285 in Q19]

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Quarterly 20 (1980)

List V&A Museum, London [Plan in Q20]

On the distinction between the hurdy-gurdy and the vielle-a-roue. Montagu. [C-286 in Q20]

Further to C-275. Longstaff. [C-287 in Q20]

Further to C-276. Palmer. [C-288 in Q20]

A note on the belly construction of early English viols. Segerman. [C-289 in Q20]

Making solid bentsides for harpsichords. Rose. [C-290 in Q20]

Painting keyboard instruments. Rawson. [C-291 in Q20]

Making arcades for keyboard instruments. Rawson. [C-292 in Q20]

Arcade cutting. Glover. [C-293 in Q20]

A jig for use in arching and thicknessing viol front plates. Strahle. [C-294 in Q20]

Further to C-295. Gill. [C-295 in Q20]

Introduction to the small organ. Gwynn. [C-296 in Q20]

The early guitar. Tyler. Reviewed by: Hope [C-297 in Q20]

The bassoon, part VI. Jansen. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-298 in Q20]

Italian baroque guitar (record). Hope. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-299 in Q20]

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Quarterly 21 (1980)

Lute soundboards - how were they fitted? Samson. [C-300 in Q21]

Classification system of the pitches with various absolute height. Raudonikas. [C-301 in Q21]

A simple, safe method for making pine resin varnish. Duncalf Segerman. [C-302 in Q21]

Building lute backs with a flattened section. Lourie. [C-303 in Q21]

The forked shawm. Montagu. [C-304 in Q21]

Electronic aids and their use in early music. Isbell. [C-305 in Q21]

Laminated soundboards for harpsichords. Way. [C-306 in Q21]

Painting harpsichords. Way. [C-307 in Q21]

Making solid bentsides for harpsichords. Way. [C-308 in Q21]

Trois chansonniers Français du XV siècle. Thibault, Rokseth. Reviewed by: Fallows [C-309 in Q21]

The bassoon, part VII. Jansen. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-310 in Q21]

Catalogue des instruments Sax au Musée Instrumental de Bruxelles. Haine, de Keyser. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-311 in Q21]

An account of the musical performances in Westminster-Abbey. Burney. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-312 in Q21]

The Stradivari memorial. Orcutt. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-313 in Q21]

Personal recollections of Arnold Dolmetsch. Dolmetsch. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-314 in Q21]

Nothern Renaissance Instruments, catalogue. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-315 in Q21]

The master musicians of Jajouka at the Commonwealth Institute London (concert). Reviewed by: Montagu [C-316 in Q21]

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Quarterly 22 (1981)

List Hill collection, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford [Plan in Q22]

List Brussels Museum. [Plan in Q22]

Early music instruments from shipwrecks, lake dwellings and rivers. Morrison. [C-317 in Q22]

Plane scraping for profit and pleasure. Glover. [C-318 in Q22]

The baroque guitar - one day course - Hope. O'Sea. [C-319 in Q22]

Untitled (photogrammetrics and organology). Tiella. [C-320 in Q22]

Lute construction - further comments. Downing. [C-321 in Q22]

FoMRHI conference on pitch and transposition. Rose. [C-322 in Q22]

The problem of nomenclature. Montagu. [C-323 in Q22]

Why do some lutes have flattened backs? Samson. [C-324 in Q22]

On the number of guts in a gut string. Segerman. [C-325 in Q22]

Johannes Tinctoris translated. Parrish. Reviewed by: Page [C-326 in Q22]

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Quarterly 23 (1981)

To study the embouchure hole form. Raudonikas. [C-327 in Q23]

What was the flauto d'echo? Montagu. [C-328 in Q23]

Covered strings for clavichords and square pianos. Barnes. [C-329 in Q23]

How to make a baroque trumpet (I). van der Heide. [C-330 in Q23]

A temporary debarockant. Drake. [C-331 in Q23]

Photogrammetric measurement. Hobrough. [C-332 in Q23]

Devices for measuring the undercutting. Karp. [C-333 in Q23]

Enigmatic bars. Mather. [C-334 in Q23]

String to soundboard proximity. Mather. [C-335 in Q23]

Early double reeds. Haynes. [C-336 in Q23]

English nomenclature of extended lutes. Spencer. [C-337 in Q23]

Criteria for the naming of instruments. Segerman. [C-338 in Q23]

On water-resistant glues. Coutrait. [C-339 in Q23]

On shafts and bearings for hurdy-gurdies. Palmer. [C-340 in Q23]

Lead in keyboards. Hermans. [C-341 in Q23]

Organ pitch. Gwynn. [C-342 in Q23]

A string diameter on Mersenne's bass viol. Namreges. [C-343 in Q23]

Ambiguity in Mersenne's use of Grosseur. Segerman. [C-344 in Q23]

Warning! Gretton [C-345 in Q23]

The Syntagma Musicum Praetorius translated. Blumenfeld. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-346 in Q23]

Musical wind instruments. Carse. Reviewed by: Bate [C-347 in Q23]

Musikinstrumenten Museum Leipzig band 2 Kielinstrumente. Henkel. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-348 in Q23]

Musikinstrumenten Museum Leipzig band 3 Trompeten, Posaunen, Tuben. Heyde. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-348 in Q23]

Grundrichter Unterricht der musikalische Kunst oder Vierfaches musikalisches Kleeblatt, 1697. Speer. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-349 in Q23]

The bassoon, part VIII & IX. Jansen. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-350 in Q23]

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Quarterly 24 (1981)

On nomenclature - a rejoinder. Montagu. [C-351 in Q24]

The lower bout back fold on English treble viols. Segerman. [C-352 in Q24]

Restoration of a recorder edge. Miller. [C-353 in Q24]

Sinking harpsichord soundboards. Way. [C-354 in Q24]

Fingering on the Gaita galega. Gretton. [C-355 in Q24]

Bending massive bentsides. Kalsbeek. [C-356 in Q24]

The business end (sharp end) of the cornetto. Gretton. [C-357 in Q24]

Valves and mouthpieces for bagpipes. Gretton. [C-358 in Q24]

The inverted mordent in late 16th and 17th century music. Segerman. [C-359 in Q24]

An inventory of the Charles van Raalte Collection in instruments. Downing. [C-360 in Q24]

The bassoon, part X. Jansen. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-361 in Q24]

The musician's piano atlas. Taylor. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-362 in Q24]

A check-list of the brass musical instruments in the Edinburgh University collection. Myers. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-363 in Q24]

Michael Haydn, ein Überblick über sein Leben. Nagy. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-364 in Q24]

The Shrine to Music Museum, vol 1, keyed brass instruments. Stewart. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-365 in Q24]

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Quarterly 25 (1981)

Restoration reports for two Broadwood pianos. Barnes. [C-366 in Q25]

Browning harpsichord pins. Way. [C-367 in Q25]

The nomenclature of plucked keyboard instruments. Meeùs. [C-368 in Q25]

On renaissance flute design. Underhill. [C-369 in Q25]

Mixed clavichord and spinette (with vibrato). Matern. [C-370 in Q25]

Further to C-342. Raudonikas. [C-371 in Q25]

Peg mill attached to a lathe. Steafel. [C-372 in Q25]

Further to Still Shalmes (C-272). Buckland. [C-373 in Q25]

Further to comments by Rein on C-307. Mactaggart. [C-374 in Q25]

Proposal for a medieval workshop. Hobrough. [C-375 in Q25]

More on organological terminology - response to C-351. Segerman. [C-376 in Q25]

Lute outlines - geometrical description. Samson. [C-377 in Q25]

Report on the restoration of a violin. Watchorn. [C-378 in Q25]

Thickness graduation of the Tourte bow - simple alternative. Segerman. [C-379 in Q25]

Conservation of research information vs a playing collection. Segerman. [C-380 in Q25]

Design of a viol belly. Moonen. [C-381 in Q25]

On Talbot's measurements of viols. Segerman. [C-382 in Q25]

The bassoon, part XI. Jansen. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-383 in Q25]

Conservation, archaeology & museums. UK Institute for Conservation. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-384 in Q25]

Care of musical instruments in Canadian collections. Canadian Conservation Institute. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-385 in Q25]

Studia instrumentorum popularis VII. Musikhistoriska Museet Stockholm. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-386 in Q25]

Geschichte der Musikinstrumente in Mittelalter und Renaissance. Montagu. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-387 in Q25]

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Quarterly 26 (1982)

Yet more on organological terminology. Montagu [C-388 in Q26]

Should museum instruments be used? Montagu. [C-389 in Q26]

Construction of ivory cornetti and tuning cornetti at the sharp end. Gretton. [C-390 in Q26]

Brass. Karp. [C-391 in Q26]

A method of casting harpsichord roses. Paul. [C-392 in Q26]

Keyboard restoration. Barnes. [C-393 in Q26]

About restoration reports for fortepianos. Hermans. [C-394 in Q26]

Construction of viol bellies by bending all staves. Segerman Duncalf. [C-395 in Q26]

Production of plectrum from bird feathers. Lajaruzny. [C-396 in Q26]

Soundhole evolution. Lajaruzny. [C-397 in Q26]

A survey of graces in the renaissance and early baroque. Segerman. [C-398 in Q26]

Laying & decorating harpsichord papers. Mactaggart. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-399 in Q26]

Modern harpsichord makers. Paul. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-400 in Q26]

A check-list of the double-reed musical instruments in the Edinburgh collection. Langwill. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-401 in Q26]

A dictionary of early music. Roche. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-402 in Q26]

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Quarterly 27 (1982)

List Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nürnberg [Plan in Q27]

A method for casting harpsichord roses. Paul. [C-403 in Q27]

Woodwind bore measurement and analysis. Lewin. [C-404 in Q27]

Drone system of the Lissieu musette. Greensitt. [C-405 in Q27]

Woodwind bore oil. Karp. [C-406 in Q27]

Orpharion news. Segerman. [C-407 in Q27]

More mid- 16th century information on Spanish gracing. Segerman. [C-408 in Q27]

Renaissance and baroque bows. Segerman. [C-409 in Q27]

Hizler's tenor violin. Segerman. [C-410 in Q27]

On Memling's psaltery. Segerman [C-411 in Q27]

Proposed construction of a medieval fiddle. Segerman. [C-412 in Q27]

All-gut bass strings. Segerman. [C-413 in Q27]

All-nylon strung lutes. Irvine. [C-414 in Q27]

More on C-375. van Dijk. [C-415 in Q27]

Schrammek, Herre. Reviewed by: Museum Musicum Leipzig. Montagu [C-416 in Q27]

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Quarterly 28 (1982)

List Musée Grobet, Labadie [Plan in Q28]

List Société des Amis du Musée Instrumental, Paris [Plan in Q28]

List Musikmuseet, Stockholm [Plan in Q28]

Computing lute rib shapes. Peckham. [C-417 in Q28]

Braga cathedral - gospel organ. Pereira. [C-418 in Q28]

Blown resonance of baroque transverse flute: IV the tone and the blowing process. Raudonikas. [C-419 in Q28]

Lute action. Brown. [C-420 in Q28]

A new edition of Langwill's index? Waterhouse. [C-421 in Q28]

New guitar method. Aguado. Reviewed by: Hope [C-422 in Q28]

A check-list of the bowed string musical instruments in the Edinburgh collection. Emery. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-423 in Q28]

Two catalogues of exhibitions (Flöten; Drehleier & Dudelsack). Dreieich Museum. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-424 in Q28]

Musical instrument collections, Catalogues. Coover. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-425 in Q28]

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Quarterly 29 (1982)

The recorder collection of Frans Brüggen. Zen-on. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-426 in Q29]

A word of two on the flute (1826). James. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-427 in Q29]

A check-list of the plucked and hammered string musical instruments in the Edinburgh collection. Macauly. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-428 in Q29]

A check-list of the percussion musical instruments in the Edinburgh collection. Blades. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-428 in Q29]

Musikinstrumenter ved Ringve Museum. Kjeldsberg. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-429 in Q29]

The crumhorn and other renaissance windcap instruments. Boydell. Reviewed by: Moonen [C-430 in Q29]

Making unsoldered oboe staples. Kirkpatrick. [C-431 in Q29]

Finishing lute soundboards. Brown. [C-432 in Q29]

Two possible sources of instrument-making timber. Mills. [C-433 in Q29]

Perforating soundboard roses with scissors. Williams. [C-434 in Q29]

Report on the Stuttgart harpsichord exhibition August 1982. Champollion. [C-435 in Q29]

Converting cents to Hertz. Bigio. [C-436 in Q29]

Speculations on the rote. Segerman. [C-437 in Q29]

Strings for the violin family. Segerman. [C-438 in Q29]

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Quarterly 30 (1983)

Heinrich Schütz's strings. Karp. [C-439 in Q30]

Ferrous wire of high tensile strength ca. 1600. Segerman. [C-440 in Q30]

Blown resonance of baroque transverse flute: V tolerances of tones. Raudonikas. [C-441 in Q30]

On German, Italian and French pitch standards in the 17th and 18th century. Segerman. [C-442 in Q30]

Converting note names to frequency values. Karp. [C-443 in Q30]

Relative string lengths of the crwth. Montagu. [C-444 in Q30]

Fairly, Flutes, flautists and makers. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-445 in Q30]

Royal College of Music Museum Catalogue part I, European wind instruments. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-446 in Q30]

A check-list of the free reed, miscellaneous and ancillary instruments in the Edinburgh collection. Campbell. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-447 in Q30]

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Quarterly 31 (1983)

The trapozoidal triangle - a practical solution. Glover. [C-448 in Q31]

Spoon-castagnetts of Turkey. Harders. [C-449 in Q31]

Notes on copyright(©). Mactaggart. [C-450 in Q31]

Another recipe for copal varnish. Gretton. [C-451 in Q31]

The story of a harpsichord string. Gug. [C-452 in Q31]

A double recorder. Marvin. [C-453 in Q31]

Workshop gimmicks. Stanners. [C-454 in Q31]

Lettering. Bridges. [C-455 in Q31]

On the size of Italian theorboes and archlutes before 1650. Segerman. [C-456 in Q31]

Tuning instruments having a conical bore. van der Heide. [C-457 in Q31]

Early 18th century bows and screws. Segerman. [C-458 in Q31]

A note on mean temperament. Segerman. [C-459 in Q31]

Wood contraction and instrument bores. Segerman. [C-460 in Q31]

Transferring soundboard designs. Mactaggart. [C-461 in Q31]

The trombone in the middle ages and the renaissance. Lane. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-462 in Q31]

musical instruments in the Dayton C. Miller collection. Seyfritt. Reviewed by: Cousen [C-463 in Q31]

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Quarterly 32 (1983)

The sizes and pitches of Italian archlutes. Hodgson. [C-464 in Q32]

The mean-tone. Karp. [C-465 in Q32]

Some notes on cittern fingerboards and stringing. Forrester. [C-466 in Q32]

On restoration. Way. [C-467 in Q32]

Lost traditions - or are they? Montagu. [C-468 in Q32]

Portatives with reservoirs? Bridges. [C-469 in Q32]

Moisture blocking of fipple flutes. Willetts. [C-470 in Q32]

Comments on bows and their screws, taps, dies and lathes. Mather. [C-471 in Q32]

Put the gurus out to grass. Crookes. [C-472 in Q32]

Comments on C-448. Montagu. [C-473 in Q32]

Acid staining of hardwoods. Willetts. [C-474 in Q32]

Woodwind bore oil. Willetts. [C-475 in Q32]

How to make your own mouldings in wood. Hendry. [C-476 in Q32]

What is a historical instrument. Segerman. [C-477 in Q32]

A check-list of the bagpipes in the Edinburgh collection. Cheape. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-478 in Q32]

The Shrine to Music Museum, vol 2 instruments of Burma, India, Nepal, Thailand, Tibet. Cross. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-479 in Q32]

Die schönsten Musikinstrumente des Altertums. Vorreiter. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-480 in Q32]

Bingham, Catalogue of old brasswind instruments. Montagu. [C-481 in Q32]

Catalogue of the European musical instruments of the 17th-19th century. Ueno Gakuen College Tokio. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-482 in Q32]

Der Zink, Geschichte, Bauweise and Spieltechnik eines historischen Musikinstruments. Overton. Reviewed by: Gretton [C-483 in Q32]

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Quarterly 33 (1983)

Notes on a painting by Sabastino Lazzari. Downing. [C-484 in Q33]

The NF treble recorder at the Museum der Stadt Meran. Zaniol. [C-485 in Q33]

Geometrical description and analysis of instrument shapes; considerations on early 16th century lute construction. Steinberg. [C-486 in Q33]

Bone for peg decoration. Jenkins. [C-487 in Q33]

The fingered 16' on the harpsichord. Shann. [C-488 in Q33]

Comments on C-417 and C-420. Samson. [C-489 in Q33]

Mersenne, Praetorius and the English viol pitch standard: problems of the history of early pitches. Meeùs. [C-490 in Q33]

Response to C-490 on English viol pitches. Segerman. [C-491 in Q33]

Untitled (tuning conical bore woodwind instruments). Marvin. [C-492 in Q33]

Fingering the Gaita galega: the horse speaks. Stacey. [C-493 in Q33]

Health-shop historicity. Crookes. [C-494 in Q33]

No posterity for the eunuch flute? Crookes. [C-495 in Q33]

Museum Musicum Leipzig. Schrammek, Herre. Reviewed by: Henning [C-496 in Q33]

The proud bassoon (catalogue). Waterhouse. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-497 in Q33]

Musikinstrumenten Museum Leipzig band 4 Clavichorde. Henkel. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-498 in Q33]

Musikinstrumenten Museum Leipzig band 5 Hörner und Zinken. Heyde. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-498 in Q33]

Linzer Musikinstrumente der Bruckner-Zeit, Linz. Stradner. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-499 in Q33]

Trouble with C-302 varnish. Segerman. [C-500 in Q33]

Untitled (and some more). Kolberg. [C-500b in Q33]

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Quarterly 34 (1984)

The UKIC and V&A Christmas symposium. Montagu. [C-501 in Q34]

Some comments on C-477. Gretton. [C-502 in Q34]

Effects applicable to the tuning of instruments with a conical bore (replaces C-457). van der Heide. [C-503 in Q34]

How to make a baroque trumpet (II). van der Heide. [C-504 in Q34]

Comments on C-483: review of Der Zink. Overton. [C-505 in Q34]

18th century success of copal varnish. Segerman. [C-506 in Q34]

Lunatic crumhorn. Crookes. [C-507 in Q34]

Observations prelusive to reconstructing the kithara. Crookes. [C-508 in Q34]

Conjectures about making harpsichord bentsides. Lee. [C-509 in Q34]

The key system of the organistrum. Gibson. [C-510 in Q34]

Dean castle: van Raalte collection organs. Coetze. [C-511 in Q34]

Drilling bristle-holes in wooden jacks. Groom. [C-512 in Q34]

Comments on C-488: the fingered 16'. Meeùs. [C-513 in Q34]

Recorder voicing: answers to questions. Willoughby. [C-514 in Q34]

Beiträge zum historischen Cembalobau. Henkel. Reviewed by: Wraight [C-515 in Q34]

Tibia-Calendrium 1984. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-516 in Q34]

Anatomy of an exhibition: the look of music. Barclay. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-517 in Q34]

Painting and marbling harpsichord cases. Mactaggart. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-518 in Q34]

Musikinstrumenten Museum Leipzig band 6 Orgelinstrumente, Harmoniums. Gernhardt, Henkel, Schrammek. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-519 in Q34]

Volksmuziek en volksmuziekinstrumenten in Europa, Haags Gemeente Museum. van Acht. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-520 in Q34]

Carlos Seixas's nine sonatas for clavichord (record). Brauchli. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-521 in Q34]

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Quarterly 35 (1984)

List woodwind, Bate collection, Oxford [Plan in Q35]

List Royal College of Music, London [Plan in Q35]

The Icelandic langspil. Crookes. [C-522 in Q35]

Trends towards historical accuracy in popular design. Segerman. [C-523 in Q35]

Was the violin a French invention after all? Segerman. [C-524 in Q35]

Fingerboard length on the baroque violin. Segerman. [C-525 in Q35]

Comments on Bull. Supp. 34: O'Kelly table. O'Kelly. [C-526 in Q35]

Lute string calculation and identification. O'Kelly. [C-527 in Q35]

Further on early manufacture of gut strings. Zaniol. [C-528 in Q35]

Further on C-514. Zaniol. [C-529 in Q35]

Notes on Theobald Böhm's article on the open G-sharp key. Böhm. [C-530 in Q35]

The Mary Rose shawm or dulcina. Lyndon-Jones. [C-531 in Q35]

The fornication of recorder windways. Marvin. [C-532 in Q35]

Miscellaneous comments. Cronin. [C-533 in Q35]

The oldest organ in Christendom. Montagu. [C-534 in Q35]

Using the pitchmeter and digituner. Crowe. [C-535 in Q35]

Some thoughts on the use of renaissance legends. Crookes. [C-536 in Q35]

Flemish transposing harpsichords - some rejoinders answered. Shann. [C-537 in Q35]

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Quarterly 36 (1984)

List woodwind, Bate collection, Oxford [Plan in Q36]

Italian two-manual harpsichords. Wraight. [C-538 in Q36]

Comments. Way. [C-539 in Q36]

Bending harpsichord bentsides. Shann. [C-540 in Q36]

Further to C-529. Willoughby. [C-541 in Q36]

Making a Roman cornu. Barton. [C-542 in Q36]

Response to C-533. Hailperin. [C-543 in Q36]

Making a bodhrán without steaming. Crookes. [C-544 in Q36]

On making stitched drumheads. Gould. [C-545 in Q36]

Three unrelated rebukes. Crookes. [C-546 in Q36]

Figures relevant to C-546. Segerman. [C-547 in Q36]

Steel music wire. Karp. [C-548 in Q36]

Reply to C-526. Segerman. [C-549 in Q36]

The lengths of bows in the baroque. Segerman. [C-550 in Q36]

Converting note names & cents to frequency values by micro computer. Owen. [C-551 in Q36]

vivera di Strumenti. Quarna. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-552 in Q36]

The sounds of prehistoric Scandinavia (record). Lund. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-553 in Q36]

Praxis vol.1, Studi e testi sull' interpretazione della musica, 1983. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-554 in Q36]

Lutes, viols & temperaments. Lindley. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-555 in Q36]

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Quarterly 37 (1984)

List woodwind, Bate collection, Oxford [Plan in Q37]

Lutes, viols & temperaments. Lindley. Reviewed by: Hodgson [C-556 in Q37]

Viol bellies and bridges. Munck. [C-557 in Q37]

Frau Musica detected. Henning. [C-558 in Q37]

Partial response to C-442, C-490 & C-491 (pitch standards). Crighton. [C-559 in Q37]

A tiny harp made from bog oak. Crookes. [C-560 in Q37]

Progress report on the kithara. Crookes. [C-561 in Q37]

More cello spikes and lute strings. Crookes. [C-562 in Q37]

Why gut treble strings are the best. Segerman. [C-563 in Q37]

A thicknessing procedure for baroque and modern bows. Segerman. [C-564 in Q37]

Wood for bows. Jenkins. [C-565 in Q37]

A reply to C-505 (Overton). Gretton. [C-566 in Q37]

Making mild steel (flat-stock) reamers. Willoughby. [C-567 in Q37]

To hell with whither - it's what that counts. Montagu. [C-568 in Q37]

The transition from octave to unison stringing. Shann. [C-569 in Q37]

The colour of the Ruckers' wood-grain paper. Shann. [C-570 in Q37]

Scraping plane for mouldings in wood. Greenberg. [C-571 in Q37]

Bending bentsides using steam or hot-iron. Greenberg. [C-572 in Q37]

Re: C-540. Way. [C-573 in Q37]

Harpsichord bottom screws. Way. [C-574 in Q37]

Tentative observations about barred soundboards. Way. [C-575 in Q37]

Non-ferrous harpsichord wire. Way. [C-576 in Q37]

Installing soundboard wet and dry. Way. [C-577 in Q37]

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Quarterly 38 (1985)

List woodwind, Bate collection, Oxford [Plan in Q38]

The new Grove dictionary of musical instruments 3 vol. Montagu [C-578 in Q38]

Patents for inventions related to musical instruments, 1694-1866. Bingham. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-579 in Q38]

Harmony for the flute. Bingham. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-580 in Q38]

Bagpipes & hurdy-gurdies. Stacey, Wishart. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-581 in Q38]

The early history of the viol. Woodfield. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-582 in Q38]

Practical guilding. Mactaggart. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-583 in Q38]

The musician's piano atlas, suppl 1. Taylor. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-584 in Q38]

List of northern French makers. Delassus. [C-585 in Q38]

Re: scraping plane in C-571. Young. [C-586 in Q38]

Materials and tone quality. Cronin. [C-587 in Q38]

A contribution to authenticity in the art of drum making. Gould. [C-588 in Q38]

Did nothing survive from Roman antiquity? Crookes. [C-589 in Q38]

Some Nietzschean aphorisms to stir up trouble. Crookes. [C-590 in Q38]

Some historical data on harpsichords. Shann. [C-591 in Q38]

Bentsides again. Shann. [C-592 in Q38]

The pitch of Ruckers instruments. Shann. [C-593 in Q38]

Possible reconstruction of Stradivarius cellos. Smith. [C-594 in Q38]

Baroque cello spikes. Smith. [C-595 in Q38]

Response to Crighton's C-559. Segerman. [C-596 in Q38]

English viol sizes and pitches. Segerman. [C-597 in Q38]

What Praetorius wrote on English viols. Segerman. [C-598 in Q38]

King Henry VIII's stump. Chiverton. [C-599 in Q38]

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Quarterly 39 (1985)

List Société des Amis du Musée Instrumental, Paris [Plan in Q39]

The renaissance sackbut and its use today. Fischer. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-600 in Q39]

Making a spinet by traditional methods. Barnes. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-601 in Q39]

The historical harpsichord, vol.1. Schott. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-602 in Q39]

16 Rosenkrantzsonaten (record). Biber. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-603 in Q39]

The new Grove dictionary of musical instruments (A). Montagu [C-604 in Q39]

The new Grove dictionary of musical instruments. Segerman [C-605 in Q39]

The pitches of 18th century strung keyboard. Karp. Reviewed by: Segerman [C-606 in Q39]

Praetorius, Segerman and the English viols. Meeùs. [C-607 in Q39]

An unpublished letter by Michael Praetorius. Meeùs. [C-608 in Q39]

More on Denis Gaultier, Sohne, Zarlino et al. Lindley. [C-609 in Q39]

The vihuela. McCormack. [C-610 in Q39]

What was the viole d'aline? Crookes. [C-611 in Q39]

What was the Bohemian wing? Crookes. [C-612 in Q39]

Response to Crookes's C-589 and C-590. Segerman. [C-613 in Q39]

Grove on the chekker. Shann. [C-614 in Q39]

Provisional check-list of surviving clavicytheria. Bavington. [C-615 in Q39]

Oil and varnish. Mactaggart. [C-616 in Q39]

Pale drying oil. Wadsworth. [C-617 in Q39]

Start lean, finish fat. Forrester. [C-618 in Q39]

Method for drilling the hinge pin hole in the foot of a traverso. van Leeuwen. [C-619 in Q39]

Untitled. Kolberg. [C-620 in Q39]

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Quarterly 40 (1985)

Bressan recorder from Bate collection, Oxford [Plan in Q40]

Terton recorder from Haags Gemeente Museum [Plan in Q40]

List Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York [Plan in Q40]

The new Grove dictionary of musical instruments (A). Reviewed by: Segerman [C-621 in Q40]

Making a spinet by traditional methods. Barnes. Reviewed by: Shann [C-622 in Q40]

Ruckers transposing double harpsichords. Shortridge. [C-623 in Q40]

Authentic and all that jazz. Way. [C-624 in Q40]

Axioms for archaeology. Way. [C-625 in Q40]

Uniformity in old wire. Way. [C-626 in Q40]

Keyboard pitch in the 18th century. Karp. [C-627 in Q40]

The case of the unknown scholar and the missing lute. Hodgson. [C-628 in Q40]

Response to C-610 on vihuelas. Segerman. [C-629 in Q40]

Pitch notation: a plea to end confusion. Myers. [C-630 in Q40]

Comments on C-610 (vihuelas). Gill. [C-631 in Q40]

A closer look at pitch ranges of gut strings. Segerman. [C-632 in Q40]

Praetorius, Meeùs and the English viols. Segerman. [C-633 in Q40]

The Bohemian wing. Matou\(svek. [C-634 in Q40]

Reconstruction of the harpate wing. Crookes. [C-635 in Q40]

Some instruments of skomorokhi from the 1630s. Crookes. [C-636 in Q40]

Further to C-613. Crookes. [C-637 in Q40]

The new Grove eunuch-flute article. Crookes. [C-638 in Q40]

Some measurements techniques for recorders. Stroom. [C-639 in Q40]

Two links with antiquity: Kundera's zert and the zhaleyka. Crookes. [C-640 in Q40]

The microwave way: drying boxwood fast and easy. Bouterse. [C-641 in Q40]

Report about our researches in historical brass metal. Thein. [C-642 in Q40]

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Quarterly 41 (1985)

Nema, Early music in education. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-643 in Q41]

The Eddy collection of musical instruments; a check-list. Good. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-644 in Q41]

Catalogue 3, Bowed stringed-instruments. Kunitachi College, Tokio. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-645 in Q41]

Catalogue 4, Plucked stringed-instruments. Kunitachi College, Tokio. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-645 in Q41]

Catalogue 5, Harp; Lyre. Kunitachi College, Tokio. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-645 in Q41]

The new Grove dictionary of musical instruments. Montagu (B) [C-646 in Q41]

The new Grove dictionary of musical instruments. Segerman (Ba) [C-647 in Q41]

Reamer-saving counterbores. Marvin. [C-648 in Q41]

A flexible recorder. Marvin. [C-649 in Q41]

Apologies to Sverre. Marvin. [C-650 in Q41]

A Bassano flauto. Marvin. [C-651 in Q41]

Tuning recorders. Marvin. [C-652 in Q41]

Tuning the traverso. Bouterse. [C-653 in Q41]

Recorder voicing structures. Woods. [C-654 in Q41]

FoMRHI communication. Karp. [C-655 in Q41]

A Greenlandic drum. Crookes. [C-656 in Q41]

Some developments in Spanish musical life. Harris. [C-657 in Q41]

A flying visit to Italy. Montagu. [C-658 in Q41]

Speculation on Memling's tromba marina. Davies. [C-659 in Q41]

Comments on C-629 on vihuelas. Gill. [C-660 in Q41]

Discussion of points on violas and vihuelas in C-660. Segerman. [C-661 in Q41]

On cammer-ton and on the sizes of lutes. Hodgson. [C-662 in Q41]

The stringing of a baroque guitar. Hodgson. [C-663 in Q41]

Some ways with means. Segerman. [C-665 in Q41]

Ruckers doubles - a survey of the theories. Shann. [C-665 in Q41]

Swedish gauge system? Gug. [C-666 in Q41]

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Quarterly 42 (1986)

Victorian reed organs and harmoniums. Fluke. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-667 in Q42]

Journal of the Australian Association of musical instrument makers, Aug '85. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-668 in Q42]

The Glen account book 1838-1853. Myers. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-669 in Q42]

Händel: a celebration of his life and times. Simon. Reviewed by: Wollenberg [C-670 in Q42]

The new Grove dictionary of musical instruments. Montagu (C) [C-671 in Q42]

The new Grove dictionary of musical instruments. Segerman (Bb-Bz) [C-672 in Q42]

A return visit to Venice. Montagu. [C-673 in Q42]

A reamer made of aluminium. Janke. [C-674 in Q42]

Another reamer-saving counterbore. Swayne. [C-675 in Q42]

Workshop ideas for woodwinds. Swayne. [C-676 in Q42]

Further to Cary's C-655. Montagu. [C-677 in Q42]

The FoMRHI network. Karp. [C-678 in Q42]

Comments on C-666 on the Swedish gauge system. Karp. [C-679 in Q42]

Ruckers doubles: the sixth hypothesis. Meeùs. [C-680 in Q42]

Early pianos at Ipswich. Barnes. [C-681 in Q42]

Bending in San Franscisco. Greenberg. [C-682 in Q42]

18th century German and French pitches. Segerman. [C-683 in Q42]

An exceptional G-sharp in Milan. Lindley. [C-684 in Q42]

Early instrument news from Yugoslavia. Vojnic. [C-685 in Q42]

A letter to J. Montagu. Bashford. [C-686 in Q42]

Angled bridges and J bars on lutes. Segerman. [C-687 in Q42]

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Quarterly 43 (1986)

List Edinburgh University collection [Plan in Q43]

List Société des Amis du Musée Instrumental, Paris [Plan in Q43]

Eerens traverso, van Leeuwen [Plan in Q43]

Bass recorder, Bergstrøm [Plan in Q43]

The sound of the fortepiano: a discography of music on early pianos. Bassart. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-688 in Q43]

Musical instruments through the ages. Hamber, Stanners. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-689 in Q43]

Music for oboe, 1650-1800: a bibliography. Haynes. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-690 in Q43]

Vierundzwandzigsteljahrschrift der internationalen Maultrommel-virtuosengenossenschaft 2, 1985. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-691 in Q43]

A treatise on the fundamental principles of violin playing, (Knocker). Mozart. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-692 in Q43]

Un musée aujourd'hui - des facteurs d'instruments de musique. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-693 in Q43]

The art of fingering the harpsichord; illustrated with examples, etc 1757. Pasquali. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-694 in Q43]

Musical and poetical relicks of the Welsh bards, preserved by tradition, etc 1784. Jones. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-695 in Q43]

Piano i Norge. Kjeldsberg. Reviewed by: Aanstad [C-696 in Q43]

The new Grove dictionary of musical instruments. Montagu (D-E) [C-697 in Q43]

The new Grove dictionary of musical instruments. Segerman (Ca-Ci) [C-698 in Q43]

Are computers anything for us? Karp. [C-699 in Q43]

Untitled (on computers). Lyndon-Jones. [C-700 in Q43]

On computers, typewriters, etc. Champollion. [C-701 in Q43]

Untitled (non-keyboard baroque temperament). Haynes. [C-702 in Q43]

A matter of temperament. Hodgson. [C-703 in Q43]

The proportional compass. Gug. [C-704 in Q43]

A simple and cheap hygrometer. Bergstrøm. [C-705 in Q43]

Digital and other calipers. van Leeuwen. [C-706 in Q43]

Modification and sharpening of twist drills. van Leeuwen. [C-707 in Q43]

Dehumidifiers. Hope. [C-708 in Q43]

Chitarra battente. Hope. [C-709 in Q43]

Vihuela. Hope. [C-710 in Q43]

An experimental method. Odell. [C-711 in Q43]

On extended lutes. Segerman. [C-712 in Q43]

Napolitan mandolins, wire strengths and violin stringing. Segerman. [C-713 in Q43]

Round bridges: the geometry of clearance angles. Segerman. [C-714 in Q43]

Flat bridges I: focus on the lira da braccio. Segerman. [C-715 in Q43]

Lyra and other viols that played from tablature. Segerman. [C-716 in Q43]

Untitled (keyboard instrument classification). Pereira. [C-717 in Q43]

Double, double, toil and trouble. Shann. [C-718 in Q43]

Enquiries. Champollion. [C-719 in Q43]

Little French harpsichord plan, as asked for by Geza Vojnic. Champollion. [C-720 in Q43]

Biblical instruments - further to C-672. Montagu. [C-721 in Q43]

On the skill of the Nürnberg brass instrument makers. Montagu. [C-722 in Q43]

Untitled (the pitches of flutes). Cameron. [C-723 in Q43]

Building and playing a Narh. Madgwick. [C-724 in Q43]

A peculiar Fornari oboe. Bernardini. [C-725 in Q43]

Changes at Prague. Lyndon-Jones. [C-726 in Q43]

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Quarterly 44 (1986)

The new Grove dictionary of musical instruments. Montagu (F) [C-727 in Q44]

The baroque flute fingering book. Neuhaus. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-728 in Q44]

The new Grove dictionary of musical instruments. Segerman (Cj-Cz) [C-729 in Q44]

Geometry proportion and the art of lutherie. Coates. Reviewed by: Samson [C-730 in Q44]

Selection of wood according to a German document. Gug. [C-731 in Q44]

Converting Hertz to cents and vice versa. Montagu. [C-732 in Q44]

What should measuring tools be made of? Montagu. [C-733 in Q44]

Helpful recordings. White. [C-734 in Q44]

Happy tranposition?!? Meeùs. [C-735 in Q44]

More on the proportional compass. Shann. [C-736 in Q44]

Von Radolt's instructions to lute players (Vienna 1701). Samson Hodgson. [C-737 in Q44]

On extended peghead lutes. Hodgson. [C-738 in Q44]

Violas, vihuelas and iconography. Forrester. [C-739 in Q44]

Citterns and chitarra battente. Forrester. [C-740 in Q44]

Chitarra battente, further comments. Gill. [C-741 in Q44]

Response to C-739 and C-740. Segerman. [C-742 in Q44]

More on early gut string diameter. Segerman. [C-743 in Q44]

Moiré contours. McLennan. [C-744 in Q44]

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Quarterly 45 (1986)

List woodwind, Bate collection, Oxford [Plan in Q45]

List Royal College of Music, London [Plan in Q45]

Dictionaire des facteurs d'instruments de musique en Wallonie et à Bruxelles etc. Haine, Meeùs. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-745 in Q45]

Musical instruments in the 1851 exhibition. Mactaggart. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-746 in Q45]

Samuel Hughes ophicleidist. Weston. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-747 in Q45]

Chanter, the journal of the Bagpipe Society, vol.1, part 1, '86. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-748 in Q45]

The new Grove dictionary of musical instruments. Montagu (G) [C-749 in Q45]

The new Grove dictionary of musical instruments. Segerman (D) [C-750 in Q45]

More on Longman, Lukey & Broderip. Montagu. [C-751 in Q45]

Made for music - the Galpin Society's 40th anniversary. Montagu. [C-752 in Q45]

Mersenne, Mace and speed of playing. Segerman. [C-753 in Q45]

A bibliography of 18th century sources relating to crafts, manufacturing and technology. McGeary. [C-754 in Q45]

What has gone wrong with the early music movement? Samson. [C-755 in Q45]

What is a simple lute? Samson. [C-756 in Q45]

A reply to C-742. Forrester. [C-757 in Q45]

A follow-on to C-739. Gill. [C-758 in Q45]

Untitled (comments on the chitarra battente). Hope. [C-759 in Q45]

Untitled (craftsmanship of Nürnberg horns). Barclay. [C-760 in Q45]

Bore gauging - some ideas and suggestions. Williams. [C-761 in Q45]

Woodwind bore measuring tools. Karp. [C-762 in Q45]

Untitled (on measuring tools and modems). Stroom. [C-763 in Q45]

A preliminary check-list of iconography for oboe-type instruments, reeds and players, 1630-1830. Haynes. [C-764 in Q45]

Happy, happy transposition. Shann. [C-765 in Q45]

The way from Thoiry to Nürnberg. Gug. [C-766 in Q45]

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Quarterly 46 (1987)

List Edinburgh University collection [Plan in Q46]

List cembalo, Ruckers genootschap, Antwerpen [Plan in Q46]

The art of preluding, 1700-1830 for flutists, oboists, clarinettists and other performers. Bang Mather, Lasocki. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-767 in Q46]

The new Grove dictionary of musical instruments. Montagu (H) [C-768 in Q46]

The historic clarinet exhibition at Edinburgh, August 1986. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-769 in Q46]

The new Grove dictionary of musical instruments. Segerman (E-F) [C-770 in Q46]

Re: Grove review: double bass. Slatford. [C-771 in Q46]

A table for violin family string diameters and tensions. Segerman. [C-772 in Q46]

Response to an attack on modern catlines. Segerman. [C-773 in Q46]

A 1656 Tabley manuscript: on viol players, cittern and gittern. Segerman. [C-774 in Q46]

The wood under the varnish. Segerman. [C-775 in Q46]

Nut groove diameters on a Sellas extended-neck lute. Segerman. [C-776 in Q46]

Unhappy. Meeùs. [C-777 in Q46]

The origin of the chromatic keyboard layout. Meeùs. [C-778 in Q46]

Addresses. Karp. [C-779 in Q46]

Artificial ivory rings for woodwind instruments. Desforges. [C-780 in Q46]

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Quarterly 47 (1987)

Vierundzwandzigsteljahrschrift der internationalen Maultrommel-virtuosengenossenschaft 3, 1987. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-782 in Q47]

Chanter, the journal of the Bagpipe Society, vol.1, part 2, '86/'87. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-783 in Q47]

Exhibition catalogue 1987. Ringve Museum. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-784 in Q47]

March for two pairs of kettledrums. Philidor. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-785 in Q47]

English bowed instruments from Anglo-Saxon to Tudor times. Remnant. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-786 in Q47]

Voices & instruments of the middle ages - instrumental practice and songs in France 1100-1300. Page. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-786 in Q47]

Playing practice and instrumentation around 1500 as represented by Virdung's Musica Getutscht. Stradner. Reviewed by: Chiverton [C-787 in Q47]

The new Grove dictionary of musical instruments. Segerman (G) [C-788 in Q47]

A catalogue of surviving instruments. Lewin. [C-789 in Q47]

On the Zängelmass. Shann. [C-790 in Q47]

Computer programs for the conversion of cents to Hertz. Goodwin Mills. [C-791 in Q47]

Thoughts on C-755. Willetts. [C-792 in Q47]

On chemical analysis of the wood of historical bowed instruments. Gug. [C-793 in Q47]

Inductive meter to determine wood thickness of unopened musical instruments. Manders. [C-794 in Q47]

The bowed string. Meeùs. [C-795 in Q47]

Vihuela and José Romanillos. Hope. [C-796 in Q47]

The 17th century gittern and bell gittern. Gill. [C-797 in Q47]

Was the English guitar a guitar or a cittern? Walsh. [C-798 in Q47]

A method for the construction of the rib template for a lute. Kershaw. [C-799 in Q47]

A technical database management program for woodwind instrument makers. Powell. [C-800 in Q47]

A reed-scraping tool. Owen. [C-801 in Q47]

The Bassano, HIE(RO).S, !!, Venice discussion. Lyndon-Jones. [C-802 in Q47]

Restoration of an early clarinet. Wells. [C-803 in Q47]

A profile of Mr Ling - English oboe reeds around 1800. Burgess. [C-804 in Q47]

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Quarterly 48 (1987)

Musica Maximiliana, Ekkehart Stegmiller. Henning. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-805 in Q48]

2500 historical woodwind instruments. Young. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-806 in Q48]

English bowed instruments from Anglo-Saxon to Tudor times. Remnant. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-807 in Q48]

Voices & instruments of the middle ages - instrumental practice and songs in France 1100-1300. Page. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-808 in Q48]

Voices & instruments of the middle ages - instrumental practice and songs in France 1100-1300. Page. Reviewed by: Segerman [C-809 in Q48]

Syntagma Musicum I & II (tr Crookes). Praetorius. Reviewed by: Segerman [C-810 in Q48]

Bate collection of historical instruments - supplement to the 1976 catalogue. Montagu. Reviewed by: Segerman [C-811 in Q48]

The new Grove dictionary of musical instruments. Montagu (I) [C-812 in Q48]

What's wrong with early music? Page. [C-813 in Q48]

Recent changes in early music. Segerman. [C-814 in Q48]

Clamps for woodwind parts. Segerman. [C-815 in Q48]

The Clinton system clarinet. Shackleton. [C-816 in Q48]

John Hale. Shackleton. [C-817 in Q48]

Update to international check-list of locations and citations of early oboe reeds and accessories. Burgess. [C-818 in Q48]

The musical uses of the word consort. Segerman. [C-819 in Q48]

Discussion of the physics of bowing - response to C-794. Segerman. [C-820 in Q48]

Phosphorous iron music wire. Shann. [C-821 in Q48]

Determining wood thickness in unopened musical instruments. Armitage. [C-822 in Q48]

The English guitar etcetera. Gill. [C-823 in Q48]

Vihuela and José Romanillos. Gill. [C-824 in Q48]

17th century guitar woodwork. Forrester. [C-825 in Q48]

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Quarterly 49 (1987)

Naust traverso, Leningrad, Raudonikas [Plan in Q49]

Hotteterre traverso, Leningrad, Raudonikas [Plan in Q49]

Mulhouse traverso, van Leeuwen [Plan in Q49]

Thomas Ling, 1787-1851, reed maker. Byrne. [C-826 in Q49]

Lewis, a flute case maker. Smith. [C-827 in Q49]

More thoughts on woodwind bore measurement. Cronin. [C-828 in Q49]

What do we mean by A=415? Montagu. [C-829 in Q49]

A=415. Meeùs. [C-830 in Q49]

A=415? Barnes. [C-831 in Q49]

Re: comment on what do we mean by A=415? Law. [C-832 in Q49]

What means A=415? Way. [C-833 in Q49]

A=415 and unequal temperaments. Lindley. [C-834 in Q49]

Tuning an unequal temperament using an equal temperament pitchmeter. Chiverton. [C-835 in Q49]

European music wire making places. Gug. [C-836 in Q49]

Wire drawing and working conditions. Gug. [C-837 in Q49]

The case of the mythical kinks. Meeùs. [C-838 in Q49]

Response to Meeùs on the bowed string. Segerman. [C-839 in Q49]

An embryonic bass bar? Segerman. [C-840 in Q49]

The apparent geometry of Jakob Stainer. Smith. [C-841 in Q49]

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Quarterly 50 (1988)

List Edinburgh University collection [Plan in Q50]

A check-list of pianos, Haags Gemeente Museum. von Gleich. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-842 in Q50]

The harpsichord and fortepiano magazine, October 1987. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-843 in Q50]

The collection of musical instruments, Kunitachi College, Tokio. Sumi Gunji et alii. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-844 in Q50]

Guide to the collection, Edinburgh university collection of historical musical instruments. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-845 in Q50]

Tasteninstrumente des Museums, Berlin. Haase, Krickeberg. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-846 in Q50]

Ricerche su un violino di proprietà del comune di Rovereto. Tiella, Negri, Primon. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-847 in Q50]

The new Grove dictionary of musical instruments. Montagu (J-K) [C-848 in Q50]

The establishment of conservation standards and accreditation in the UK. Montagu. [C-849 in Q50]

London conference on early keyboard music and instruments. Jones. [C-850 in Q50]

A=415.3 and all that. Mobbs. [C-851 in Q50]

Strong iron wire and long scales in Italian harpsichords. Wraight. [C-852 in Q50]

English pianoforte wire - a controversy during the years 1823-1825. Gug. [C-853 in Q50]

Some strangeness in the proportion. Fleming. [C-854 in Q50]

On the double bass and related instruments before 1700. Segerman. [C-855 in Q50]

Is it a lyra viol or division viol or what? Hütmannsberger. [C-856 in Q50]

Pepys' viol. Forrester. [C-857 in Q50]

The cittern in Italy - notes, observations and speculations. Forrester. [C-858 in Q50]

A bore measurement tool. Cronin. [C-859 in Q50]

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Quarterly 51 (1988)

The new Grove dictionary of musical instruments. Segerman (H-I) [C-860 in Q51]

Comments on C-731. Downing. [C-861 in Q51]

On English and French vocal and viol style. Segerman. [C-862 in Q51]

On accreditation. Leigh. [C-863 in Q51]

Further to C-849. Ransley. [C-864 in Q51]

Comments on woodwind restoration. Ackerman. [C-865 in Q51]

Jobst Meuler or the secret of a Nürnberg wire drawer. Gug. [C-866 in Q51]

On English lute sizes and tunings c.1600. Segerman. [C-867 in Q51]

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Quarterly 52 (1988)

List Musikinstrumentenmuseum, Berlin [Plan in Q52]

The sound of the sackbut, Edinburgh university collection of historical musical instruments. Lumsden. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-868 in Q52]

Harpsichord and fortepiano magazine, 4:5, April 1988. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-869 in Q52]

Journal of the Australian Association of musical instrument makers, March '88. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-869 in Q52]

Das Claviorganum (record). Widensky. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-870 in Q52]

J.S. Bach Kompositionen für Lauteninstrumente (record). Jaccottet. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-870 in Q52]

Convegno di Studi Organaria veneta: patrimonio e salvaguardia. Montagu. [C-871 in Q52]

The new Grove dictionary of musical instruments. Segerman (J-K) [C-872 in Q52]

A reminder on the principles of scholarly choice. Segerman. [C-873 in Q52]

An international database on conservation techniques. Winsor. [C-874 in Q52]

UK conservation standards and accreditation. Barnes. [C-875 in Q52]

Registration of old musical instruments conducted by the historical monuments documentation centre, Warszawa. [C-876 in Q52]

Musical instruments case makers. Mactaggart. [C-877 in Q52]

Ancient clarsach compared with modern clarsach. Hobrough. [C-878 in Q52]

Studies on the physical and technical construction bases of great Italian violin. Suboni. [C-879 in Q52]

Keeping geometrical analysis in proportion. Smith. [C-880 in Q52]

Salted soundboards and sweet sounds. Gug. [C-881 in Q52]

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Quarterly 53 (1988)

List Edinburgh University collection [Plan in Q53]

Renaissance flute circle newsletter, vol. 1, no. 1 & 2 (1988). Reviewed by: Jones [C-882 in Q53]

Fünf Jahrhunderte Deutsche Musikinstrumentenbau. Moeck (ed). Reviewed by: Montagu [C-883 in Q53]

Royal College of Music Museum, Set of 13 postcards. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-884 in Q53]

Loan exhibition of historic double reed instruments, 1988. Young. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-885 in Q53]

The new Grove dictionary of musical instruments. Segerman (L) [C-886 in Q53]

Drum rythms for dance music in the renaissance and middle ages. [C-887 in Q53]

Montagu [art in Q53]

Roman keyed tibi? Galpin. [C-888 in Q53]

.. in death I sing. Haynes. [C-889 in Q53]

Generic A=415. Haynes. [C-890 in Q53]

18th century German and French pitches? Haynes. [C-891 in Q53]

Peculiar tibi. Montagu. [C-892 in Q53]

Historic and experimental studies on brass used for organ reeds. Gug. [C-893 in Q53]

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Quarterly 54 (1989)

General: Course on applied conservation technology, Dundee [art in Q54]

General: New acquisitions to the Fiske Museum, Ca [art in Q54]

List the Shrine to Music Museum, Vermillion, USA (Italian stringed instruments) [Plan in Q54]

General: Music and book reviews. Montagu. [art in Q54]

Manual or method of instrumentation for playing the Welsh harp. Roberts. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-894 in Q54]

Harpsichord & Fortepiano magazine, October 1986. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-895 in Q54]

Larigot, no. 2, May 1988, October 1986. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-895 in Q54]

Galpin Society Journal XLI, 1988, October 1986. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-895 in Q54]

American Musical Instrument Society Journal XIII, 1987, October 1986. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-895 in Q54]

Early Music, November 1988, October 1986. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-895 in Q54]

Pitch, \*(p and other musical paradoxes: a practical guide to natural microtonality. Lucy. Reviewed by: Jones [C-896 in Q54]

Account of the discovery of the scale of musick (1775?) (in above review). Harrison. Reviewed by: Jones [C-896 in Q54]

The new Grove dictionary of musical instruments. Montagu (L-M) [C-897 in Q54]

The new Grove dictionary of musical instruments. Segerman (M) [C-898 in Q54]

Accreditation and elitism. Barclay. [C-899 in Q54]

Conservation standards and accreditation. Karp. [C-900 in Q54]

Historical tests on Pleyel's music wire, Paris 1811. Gug. [C-901 in Q54]

Ivory. Powell. [C-902 in Q54]

Urgent communication on ivory. Haynes Powell.. [C-903 in Q54]

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Quarterly 55 (1989)

List Royal College of Music, London [Plan in Q55]

Survey: Instruments by named makers; Jeremy Montagu Collection [art in Q55]

The new Grove dictionary of musical instruments. Segerman (N-O) [C-904 in Q55]

FoMRHI and conservation and restoration. Chiverton. [C-905 in Q55]

A response to Cary's C-900 on conservation and accreditation. Montagu. [C-906 in Q55]

University of Edinburgh collection; progress report 1988. Meyers. [C-907 in Q55]

Response to C-889. Swayne. [C-908 in Q55]

Plastic, ivory, gold and South Africa. Powell. [C-909 in Q55]

GPS Agencies artificial ivory. Stevens. [C-910 in Q55]

Instrument drawings. Chiverton. [C-911 in Q55]

High tech in instrument making. Bezinger Evald. [C-912 in Q55]

The flutes of Robert and Willem Wijne. Bouterse. [C-913 in Q55]

Observations on the wear of two keyboards separated 200 years. Lee. [C-914 in Q55]

No percussion in more part renaissance dance music. Neumann. [C-915 in Q55]

Rhetoric for the voice and instruments. Segerman. [C-916 in Q55]

The Birmingham wire gauge and its musical sisters. Gug. [C-917 in Q55]

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Quarterly 56 (1989)

Complete list Bate collection, Oxford [Plan in Q56]

Survey: Publications by G. Dullat. [art in Q56]

Musical instruments and publications, Haags Gemeente Museum. [Plan in Q56]

Larigot no.5, May 1989. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-918 in Q56]

Traverso no.2, April 1989. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-919 in Q56]

Catalogue 8, bagpipes. Kunitachi College, Tokio. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-920 in Q56]

the Sound of Oceania, Auckland Institute & Museum, 1989. Moyle. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-921 in Q56]

The Early Mandolin, 1989. Tyler, Sparks. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-922 in Q56]

Journal of the Australian Association of musical instrument makers, Oct 1989. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-923 in Q56]

The new Grove dictionary of musical instruments. Reviewed by: Montagu (N) [C-924 in Q56]

Comments on comments about conservation. Karp. [C-925 in Q56]

The destruction of the tropical rain forests - What can I do? Lambert. [C-926 in Q56]

Bassoon reeds by Triébert and Massabo. White. [C-927 in Q56]

Responses to C-903 on the subject of ivory. Powell. [C-928 in Q56]

Traverso Newsletter. Powell. [C-929 in Q56]

La Gaita Gastoreña. [C-930 in Q56]

The Morley consort lessons and the English cittern. Forrester. [C-931 in Q56]

Historical wire micrometers and diameter values (1780 - 1850). Gug. [C-932 in Q56]

Fortepiano building in Vienna as reflected in the dispute between Jakob Bleyer & Martin Seufert. Swenson. [C-933 in Q56]

An unknown bentside spinet by Albert Delin. Meeùs. [C-934 in Q56]

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Quarterly 57 (1989)

Musical ensembles in festival books, 1500-1800; an iconographical and documentary survey. Bowles. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-935 in Q57]

The recorder; a basic workshop manual. Brown. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-936 in Q57]

Journal of the Australian Association of musical instrument makers, March '89. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-939 in Q57]

Ornamental metrics of recorders & traverso. Kolberg. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-938 in Q57]

Wood as raw material for making musical instruments. Richter. Reviewed by: Chiverton [C-939 in Q57]

Update on response to C-903 on the subject of ivory. Powell. [C-940 in Q57]

Don't go overboard about ivory. Montagu. [C-941 in Q57]

The use of drawings of original instruments. Lambert. [C-942 in Q57]

Traverso or traversa? Powell. [C-943 in Q57]

Harpsichord jacks at the Royal Swedish Academy of Science, 1739-1753. Gug. [C-944 in Q57]

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Quarterly 58 (1990)

Harpsichords, organs, trumpet, tromba marina (including photographs). Lee. [Plan in Q58]

The music and history of the baroque trumpet before 1721. Smithers. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-945 in Q58]

Musica, musical instruments in Belgian collections. Haine. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-946 in Q58]

Querflöten der Renaissance and des Barock, Band 1: Eine historisierende literarische Anthologie. Schultze. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-947 in Q58]

The psaltery; an annotated audio-visual review of different types. Van Ree Bernard. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-948 in Q58]

lute. Gunji, Kunitachi College, Tokio. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-949 in Q58]

bowed string instruments. Gunji, Kunitachi College, Tokio. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-949 in Q58]

Journal of the Australian Association of musical instrument makers, August '89. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-950 in Q58]

Larigot, November 1989. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-950 in Q58]

The new Grove dictionary of musical instruments. Segerman (P) [C-951 in Q58]

Boston Museum of Fine Arts - 1989 Report. Quigley. [C-952 in Q58]

FoMRHI members teaching in Prague. Loretto. [C-953 in Q58]

The Prague Bressan bocal. Loretto. [C-954 in Q58]

Intonation tests on a post horn in F with one tone hole. Rycroft. [C-955 in Q58]

More on 19th century bassoon reeds. Lehey. [C-956 in Q58]

Woodwind instrument making: use of gun drills for long hole boring. Goodacre. [C-957 in Q58]

Woodwind instrument making: report on gun drills, live centre, metal turning tools, plastic calipers and 4-jaw self-centering chuck. Goodacre. [C-958 in Q58]

The Pythagorean system of musical tones, part 1. Raudonikas. [C-959 in Q58]

Whistles on harpsichord strings. Bavington. [C-960 in Q58]

Work done on clavichord #6 by Arnold Dolmetsch 1896/7. Barnes. [C-961 in Q58]

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Quarterly 59 (1990)

General: New acquisitions to the Fiske Museum, Ca [art in Q59]

Handbook of conducting. Scherchen. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-962 in Q59]

The piano: a history. Ehrlich. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-963 in Q59]

Insect pests in museums. Pinniger. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-964 in Q59]

The new Grove dictionary of musical instruments. Segerman (Q-R) [C-965 in Q59]

Aulos, Stanesby junior traverso; Haka treble recorder. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-966 in Q59]

The Aulos baroque flute and descant and treble recorders. Jones. [C-967 in Q59]

The early 16th century Italian short octave. Wraight. [C-968 in Q59]

Viennese fortepiano tuning and maintenance manuals: a check-list. McGeary. [C-969 in Q59]

A contact-free woodwind bore measuring tool. Schultze. [C-970 in Q59]

University of Edinburgh collection of historic musical instruments, progress report 1989. Meyers. [C-971 in Q59]

Instrument courses in Prague. Freeman. [C-972 in Q59]

The killing of woodworm, particularly in woodwind instruments. Freemanova. [C-973 in Q59]

Throwing ivory overboard. Powell. [C-974 in Q59]

More on dead elephants. Folkers. [C-975 in Q59]

Geometry, lutherie and the art of historiography, part I. Gug. [C-976 in Q59]

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Quarterly 60 (1990)

List Bate collection, Oxford, supplement to the 1989 check list, July 1990 [Plan in Q60]

The new Grove dictionary of musical instruments. Segerman (S) [C-977 in Q60]

Larigot no.7, March 1990. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-978 in Q60]

Catalogo degli Strumenti dell'Istituto della Pietà Venezia, Venezia 1990. Tiella & Primon. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-979 in Q60]

Aulos Haka descant and treble recorders. Reviewed by: Davis [C-980 in Q60]

Reviews of musical instruments. Powell. [C-981 in Q60]

Further to C-981 - Are reviews justified? Montagu. [C-982 in Q60]

Style decoration and tone. Segerman. [C-983 in Q60]

Identifying woodworm. Rawson. [C-984 in Q60]

Old wood. Way. [C-985 in Q60]

The archetypal harpsichord. Yokota. [C-986 in Q60]

On three well proportioned alto recorders. Brach. [C-987 in Q60]

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Quarterly 61 (1990)

Catalogue 9, Flute. Gunji, Kunitachi College, Tokio. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-988 in Q61]

I Quaderni della Civico Scuola di Musica, no.17, April 1989, Commune de Milano [C-989 in Q61]

Larigot no.8, September 1990. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-990 in Q61]

Catalogue of the European musical instruments of the 17th-19th century (2nd issue). Ueno Gakuen College Tokio. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-991 in Q61]

Restoration of early musical instruments, UKIC and V&A Christmas symposium 1983. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-992 in Q61]

Jaarboek van het Vlaamse centrum voor oude muziek 3, 1987. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-993 in Q61]

1990 instrument courses in Prague. Freeman. [C-994 in Q61]

Further to C-981: Reviewers and reviewers. Chiverton. [C-995 in Q61]

Further to C-981: Response to bulletin supplement 60. Hailperin. [C-996 in Q61]

Further to C-981: Reviews of musical instruments. Rawson. [C-997 in Q61]

Further to C-981. Lambert. [C-998 in Q61]

Further to C-981: Finding fault in the early bassoon: some thoughts on musical instrument reviewing. White. [C-999 in Q61]

Further to C-981 and C-982. Bavington. [C-1000 in Q61]

Further to C-966, C-967, C-981 and C-982: Should FoMRHI continue or not? Henning. [C-1001 in Q61]

Further to C-981: A controversial issue. Powell. [C-1002 in Q61]

Fixing the baroque flute. Powell. [C-1003 in Q61]

The Sorduen Bas. Lloyd. [C-1004 in Q61]

Misled by Mersenne? (on flutes). Chiverton. [C-1005 in Q61]

Ivory alternatives. Paul. [C-1006 in Q61]

How to design a recorder. Brach. [C-1007 in Q61]

Violin makers' inches in proportion. Smith. [C-1008 in Q61]

A comparison of some baroque violins. Smith. [C-1009 in Q61]

The early design of stringed instruments. Chiverton. [C-1010 in Q61]

The acoustics of mountain forests in early centuries, or the lost art of choosing resonance wood. Gug. [C-1011 in Q61]

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Quarterly 62 (1991)

Record, keyboard works of C.P.E. Bach by Brauchli. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1012 in Q62]

Record, 18th century music for two keyboard instruments by Brauchli & Elizondo. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1013 in Q62]

University of Edinburgh collection of historic musical instruments, progress report 1990. Meyers. [C-1014 in Q62]

The other Germany - well worth visiting. Lambert. [C-1015 in Q62]

Hard currency and Eastern Europe. Lambert. [C-1016 in Q62]

Reducing and enlarging paper sizes. Lambert. [C-1017 in Q62]

On the reviewing and modification of musical instruments. Jones. [C-1018 in Q62]

How recorders can improve with time. Loretto. [C-1019 in Q62]

An imaginative investigator without ... investigations (on accuracy and precision). Gug. [C-1020 in Q62]

New hypothesis on the construction of bass strings for lutes and other gut strung instruments. Peruffo. [C-1021 in Q62]

A dynamic harpsichord action. Napier-Hemy. [C-1022 in Q62]

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Quarterly 63 (1991)

List Société des Amis du Musée Instrumental, Paris (new address) [Plan in Q63]

List Royal College of Music, London [Plan in Q63]

List Smithsonian Institute, Washington DC [Plan in Q63]

List Guild of American Luthiers, Tacoma WA [Plan in Q63]

General: New acquisitions to the Fiske Museum, Ca [art in Q63]

General: Leicester Early Music festival 1991 [art in Q63]

Larigot no.9, December 1990. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1023 in Q63]

Journal of the Australian Association of musical instrument makers, November '90. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1023 in Q63]

Transverse flutes down the centuries from all over the world, (Exhibition catalogue Frankfurt 1991). Spohr. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1024 in Q63]

Bouwbrief articles summarised, #51 - #58 (Nov '88 - Aug '90). Chiverton. [C-1025 in Q63]

From small acorns, large oak tress grow; a personal report on early music in Czechoslovakia. Freeman. [C-1026 in Q63]

A van load of instruments to Prague, June 1991. Holden. [C-1027 in Q63]

Musical instrument technology in 17th century England; meeting report Oxford 3 Feb '91. Gouk. [C-1028 in Q63]

Musical instrument technology 1450-1550; meeting report Oxford 17 Mar '91. Napier-Hemy. [C-1029 in Q63]

Corollaria to the modal scale theory (summary). Raudonikas. [C-1030 in Q63]

The Pythagorean system of musical tones, part 2. Raudonikas. [C-1031 in Q63]

Singing lessons for wood. Catch. [C-1032 in Q63]

The buzzing of wood strings. Segerman. [C-1033 in Q63]

The stringing of English and German guitars. Segerman. [C-1034 in Q63]

Culture mathematics and design of early instruments. Segerman. [C-1035 in Q63]

Some geometrical analyses of archings. Segerman. [C-1036 in Q63]

The descriptions of the Dutch recorders in the collection of the Haags Gemeente Museum. Bouterse. [C-1037 in Q63]

De blokfluit, handleiding voor aanschaf, onderhoud bijstemmen en kleine reparaties, 1990. Bouterse. Reviewed by: Bouterse [C-1038 in Q63]

Appeal for pitches of original traversos and recorders. Haynes. [C-1039 in Q63]

Wood bending process in 18th century England. Gug. [C-1040 in Q63]

A 17th century French harpsichord. Nobbs. [C-1041 in Q63]

The walnut revisited (a harpsichord in Landesmuseum Stuttgart). Jurgenson. [C-1042 in Q63]

Is looking seeing? (an Italian harpsichord description). Jurgenson. [C-1043 in Q63]

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Quarterly 64 (1991)

Martin Frères & Famille, Paris, 93 rue de la Chapelle. ACIMV [Larigot] Wind instrument makers and their catalogues, No.1. [C-1044 in Q64]

John Paul - An appreciation. [C-1045 in Q64]

Dear Jeremy (A letter to J.M. on authenticity). Way. [C-1046 in Q64]

On teaching wood to sing. Way. [C-1047 in Q64]

Reconstructing Mersenne's basson and fagot. Lyndon-Jones Harris. [C-1048 in Q64]

Preatorius' Basset Nicolo - Lang Strack Basset zu den Krumhörner, or Centaur, mythical beast? Foster. [C-1049 in Q64]

Paper organ pipes. Gill. [C-1050 in Q64]

The longitudinal structure of the Bizey boxwood flute (Bate collection No.106). Brach. [C-1051 in Q64]

Dutch recorders and transverse flutes of the 17th and 18th century. (list of instruments, July 1991). Bouterse. [C-1052 in Q64]

Some English viol belly shapes. Segerman. [C-1053 in Q64]

Mersenne's monochord. Napier-Hemy. [C-1054 in Q64]

Essays of Pythagorean system; primary concepts and two-dimensional syntax. Raudonikas. [C-1055 in Q64]

Evidence of historical temperament from fretted clavichords. Bavington Hellon. [C-1056 in Q64]

A signed Mietke harpsichord. Kilström. [C-1057 in Q64]

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Quarterly 65 (1991)

Dutch recorders of the 18th century (collection Haags Gemeente Museum). van Acht, van den Ende, Schimmel. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1058 in Q65]

Catalogue de la Collection d'instruments de musique à vent, tome 2, numéro special 1 du bulletin Larigot, ACIMV. Kampmann. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1059 in Q65]

Cartledge, Catalogue of the brass musical instruments in the collection of Bradford art galleries & museums. Myers. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1060 in Q65]

Catalogue of the European wind and percussion instruments in the Cyfarthfa Castle museum collection. Myers, Herbert. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1060 in Q65]

Snakes are Beautiful - with gratitude to Christopher Monk. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1061 in Q65]

Paper portative organ pipes. Bridges. [C-1062 in Q65]

English pitch standards, mostly c.1600. Segerman. [C-1063 in Q65]

Praetorius's Basset Nicolo, a reply to C-1049. Gire. [C-1064 in Q65]

Singing lessons for wood. Catch. [C-1065 in Q65]

Memories of John Paul. White. [C-1066 in Q65]

From Purcell to perestroika, early keyboard in the USSR. Stembridge. [C-1067 in Q65]

Essays of Pythagorean system; 3. three-dimensional syntax. Raudonikas. [C-1068 in Q65]

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Quarterly 66 (1992)

Verzeichnis sämtlicher Musikinstrumente, Germanisches National Museum, 1989, 415 pp. Huber. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1069 in Q66]

A handbook of historical stringing practice for keyboard instruments, 1991, 132 pp & graphs. Rose, Law. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1070 in Q66]

Händel & Scarlatti on the 1772 Kirckman harpsichord Ashmolean museum, CD or cassette. Souter. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1071 in Q66]

the Hanover Band, Huggett, Verney, Beethoven symphony #2, piano concerto #3. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1071 in Q66]

Martin Best Medieval Ensemble, the last of the troubadours. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1071 in Q66]

Trip to the Baltic states; including the Museum of Theatre and Music, Vilnius, the Museum of Theatre and Music, Tallinn, the Latvian State Museum, the Riga Museum of History and Shipping, Riga. Reviewed by: Madgwick [C-1072 in Q66]

The chemical treatment of timber - part II, general. Downing. [C-1073 in Q66]

The chemical treatment of timber - includes bogwood, bog oak, bog pine, alder. Downing. [C-1074 in Q66]

Guilt-free music; on vegetarians. Russell. [C-1075 in Q66]

Teaching wood to sing, and other matters; on scientist and musicians. Way. [C-1076 in Q66]

Teaching wood to sing; a reply to C-1032 and C-1047. Swayne. [C-1077 in Q66]

Italian short octaves; why did they exist? Bence. [C-1078 in Q66]

On early music; why is there an early music movement and not an early painting movement? Segerman. [C-1079 in Q66]

Design of the V&A Rose and Jaye viol soundholes. Segerman. [C-1080 in Q66]

More on Praetorius' Basset Nicolo, a reply to C-1064. Foster. [C-1081 in Q66]

Response to Eph Segerman's C-1063; on English pitch standards. Haynes. [C-1082 in Q66]

Essays of Pythagorean system; 4. four-dimensional syntax; 5. auscultation researches. Raudonikas. [C-1083 in Q66]

Essays of Pythagorean system; 6. spectrum of coherencies; 7. classification of modalities. Raudonikas. [C-1083 in Q66]

Essays of Pythagorean system; Supplement: representation of scale by point or the modular projection. Raudonikas. [C-1083 in Q66]

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Quarterly 67 (1992)

Various comments (on C-1082, C-1077, C-1078 and C-1081). Montagu. [C-1084 in Q67]

Bouwbrief articles (from 1991, #59 until 1991, #63). Chiverton. [C-1085 in Q67]

A small miscellany of bits and pieces. Chiverton. [C-1086 in Q67]

Progress report 1991 on the collection of historic musical instruments of the Edinburgh University. Myers. [C-1087 in Q67]

An inexpensive, easily made counter bore that works. Rhoads. [C-1088 in Q67]

Bajón reeds. White. [C-1089 in Q67]

The reality of musicians and scientists: response to C-1076. Segerman. [C-1090 in Q67]

Singing lessons for wood. Catch. [C-1091 in Q67]

Some more aspects about fiddle making. Talve. [C-1092 in Q67]

Jerome of Moravia's first fiddle tuning as an individualised modal framework. Zaerr. [C-1093 in Q67]

Travelling in the 16th century and .... lute strings. Gug. [C-1094 in Q67]

Short octaves. Barnes. [C-1095 in Q67]

Shelley's guitar and 19th century stringing practices. Segerman. [C-1096 in Q67]

Sympathetic strings. Segerman. [C-1097 in Q67]

Reply to C-891 (on 18th century German and French pitches) by Bruce Haynes? Segerman. [C-1098 in Q67]

Further comments to the pitch dispute. Haynes, Segerman. [C-1099 in Q67]

Early 18th century English pitches, especially 'consort flute pitch' and 'church pitch of f'. Segerman. [C-1100 in Q67]

Comments on early 18th century organ pitches. Gwynn. [C-1101 in Q67]

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Quarterly 68 (1992)

List the Bate collection of musical instruments, Oxford. Montagu [Plan in Q68]

List of available drawings housed in the Bate collection. Montagu. [Plan in Q68]

Comments to C-1093 (fiddle tunings). Segerman. [Suppl in Q68]

the art of the trumpet maker: the material, tools, and techniques used in the 17th and 18th century in Nuremberg; 186 pp. Barclay. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1103 in Q68]

the baroque clarinet, 197 pp. Rice. Reviewed by: Segerman [C-1104 in Q68]

Meråker Klarinetten; Ringve Museums Skrifter nr.5, 33 pp. Aksdal. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1105 in Q68]

Music for the oboe 1650-1800: a bibliography. Haynes. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1106 in Q68]

The conservation and technology of musical instruments, Art & Archeology Technical Abstracts, vol. 28, no. 3, 237 pp. Karp et al.. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1107 in Q68]

Strumenti di Antonio Stradivari, 68 pp. Tiella, Beare, et al.. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1108 in Q68]

More sympathetic strings? Webb. [C-1109 in Q68]

Forsyth (1914) quotes on viols. Cousen. [C-1110 in Q68]

What is a 'copy' of an original instrument? Segerman. [C-1111 in Q68]

An analysis of Irish harp scaling. Downing. [C-1112 in Q68]

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Quarterly 69 (1992)

Edinburgh Collection of Historic Musical Instruments. Myers, ed.. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1113 in Q69]

Zabytkowe Organy, Wydawnictwo Naukowe PWN, 1992; 422 pp. Rosiónski. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1114 in Q69]

Stownik Terminologiczny Zabytków [Dictionary of the Polish terminology of Historic Musical Instruments], 1991; 209 pp. Golos, Kobus & Vogel. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1114 in Q69]

Przewodnik Po Dawnym Instrumentarium, 1998; 184 pp. Golos. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1114 in Q69]

Fluting and Dancing, 1992; 200 pp. Lasocki, ed.. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1115 in Q69]

The Oxford companion to musical instruments, 1992; 404 pp. Baines. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1116 in Q69]

Comments on Jeremy Montagu's review of the Conservation and Technology of Musical Instruments' in C-1107. Karp. [C-1117 in Q69]

Addendum to C-1111: What is a 'copy' of an original instrument?. Loretto. [C-1118 in Q69]

The post-modernist bassoon: problems with 'authenticity' in early woodwind reproductions (marketing, facade and the early music industry steamroller). White. [C-1119 in Q69]

Some flute pitches. Chiverton. [C-1120 in Q69]

How to design a traverso. Brach. [C-1121 in Q69]

A string and tuning guide for the Irish harp. Downing. [C-1122 in Q69]

Short octaves (see also C-1078 and C-1095). Barnes. [C-1123 in Q69]

How my harpsichord goes out of tune. Lee. [C-1124 in Q69]

On Italian harpsichord jacks and sympathetic strings. Greenberg. [C-1125 in Q69]

On Spanish harpsichord jacks and sympathetic strings. Greenberg. [C-1126 in Q69]

English organs and transposition skills (with an appendix of a catalogue of methods of transposition). Segerman. [C-1127 in Q69]

Fascination with the chekker is alive and well. Segerman. [C-1128 in Q69]

Tempos and time signatures in 17th century England. Segerman. [C-1129 in Q69]

Duple tempi and time signature in the 16th century (appendix Gaffurius's 'breathing' and Neusidler's counting). Segerman. [C-1130 in Q69]

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Quarterly 70 (1993)

The Oxford companion to musical instruments, 1992; 404 pp. Baines. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1131 in Q70]

The early Flute, 1992; 164 pp. Solum. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1132 in Q70]

Edinburgh Collection of Historic Musical Instruments, volumes 1 (the illustrations, 168 pp) and 2 (the descriptive fascicles, 44 pp). Myers, ed.. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1133 in Q70]

Violin fraud: deception, forgery, theft, and the law, 1992; 126 pp. Harvey. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1134 in Q70]

Bouwbrief articles (summarises nr 65 to 67). Chiverton. [C-1135 in Q70]

The clarinet d'amour: e request for additional information. Rice. [C-1136 in Q70]

Woodwind instrument making: use of gun drills for long hole boring; supplement to C-957. Goodacre. [C-1137 in Q70]

Woodwind instrument making: wooden collet chucks for lathe work. Goodacre. [C-1138 in Q70]

Drilling and boring process for chanters and drones. McLaren. [C-1139 in Q70]

A case for CNC (Computer Numeric Control); computer aided reamer production for woodwind instruments. Jefferies. [C-1140 in Q70]

Low cost CNC (Computer Numeric Control). Jefferies. [C-1141 in Q70]

Re C-1119. Stanley. [C-1142 in Q70]

Meanness of tone; re C-1119. M. Lyndon-Jones. [C-1143 in Q70]

On the contrary; re C-1119. G. Lyndon-Jones. [C-1144 in Q70]

Comments on C-1119. G. Lyndon-Jones. [C-1145 in Q70]

Re C-1119. Grazzi. [C-1146 in Q70]

Beethoven and the early music industry. Segerman. [C-1147 in Q70]

On embellishment function and context. Segerman. [C-1148 in Q70]

Applying the principles of stringing plucked instruments to the Irish harp. Segerman. [C-1149 in Q70]

An attribution of an unsigned spinet. Wraight. [C-1150 in Q70]

Harpsichord dampers; historic vs. modern. Irvin. [C-1151 in Q70]

Through dampers (double dampers). Irvin. [C-1152 in Q70]

More on sympathetic strings. Irvin. [C-1153 in Q70]

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Quarterly 71 (1993)

an addition to C-1130 [Suppl in Q71]

General: 1992 Acquisitions at the Fiske Museum [art in Q71]

General: CIMCIM publications currently available [art in Q71]

General: Tutors from the Bate Collection [art in Q71]

General: Instructions for working tagua nuts, a substitute for ivory [art in Q71]

Checklist of technical drawings of musical instruments in public collections of the world, 185 pp., 1992. van Acht. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1154 in Q71]

1992 Report from the Czechoslovakian Society of Makers of Historical Reproduction Musical Instruments. Freeman. [C-1155 in Q71]

Cow bells, a request. Montagu. [C-1156 in Q71]

More on Beethoven and the early music industry. Montagu. [C-1157 in Q71]

On current uniformity in performing style. Segerman. [C-1158 in Q71]

Conflicting philosophies in the bassoon controversy. Segerman. [C-1159 in Q71]

The hallmark of good restoration is ruthless authenticity. White. [C-1160 in Q71]

Reamers - hollow. Loretto. [C-1161 in Q71]

Make your own imitation ivory. Ackerman. [C-1162 in Q71]

CNCs, the sledgehammer and the nut. Ackerman. [C-1163 in Q71]

The `Zängelmass' of the wire drawer; a documentary confirmation of the 16th century. Gug. [C-1164 in Q71]

On harpsichord dampers again. Greenberg. [C-1165 in Q71]

A comment on C-1150. Koster. [C-1166 in Q71]

Medieval sound boxes, to be glued or not. Segerman. [C-1167 in Q71]

Fingerboard shapes and graded frets. Segerman. [C-1168 in Q71]

Recreating the Irish harp - a comment to C-1149. Downing. [C-1169 in Q71]

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Quarterly 72 (1993)

Drawings available. Bouterse [Plan in Q72]

English viol bellies, made of bent strip? Segerman. [Suppl in Q72]

Correction to C-1129. [Suppl in Q72]

Restoration, on an article in the New Scientist, 26 June 1993. Segerman. [Suppl in Q72]

Recommendation for the conservation of musical instruments: an annotated bibliography. 19 pp. 1993. CIMCIM publication no.1. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1170 in Q72]

Journal of the Australian Association of musical instrument makers, vol.XII no.1, March '93. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1171 in Q72]

Do you get excited when the postman brings your Q? Lyndon-Jones. [C-1172 in Q72]

Welcome back the Hunter - income from the ivory trade is the best assurance for the survival of elephants. Jenkins. [C-1173 in Q72]

A counterblast to the Calvinist tendency (further to C-1119, C-1143, C-1146, C-1159, C-1160). Bavington. [C-1174 in Q72]

Blow somewhat strong. Wood. [C-1175 in Q72]

A preliminary reply to C-1119 and C-1160. Kirckpatrick. [C-1176 in Q72]

A rejoinder to a response to C-1157. Montagu. [C-1177 in Q72]

A comm on C-1137, C-1161, C-1163. Jefferies. [C-1178 in Q72]

A low cost CAD/CAM. Jefferies. [C-1179 in Q72]

Request for information (an Italian harpsichord). Greenberg. [C-1180 in Q72]

Some remarks on the W. Beukers baroque oboe (museum code 808/69) in the V&A Museum in London. Bouterse. [C-1181 in Q72]

Medieval glues ... sounded well! Gug [C-1182 in Q72]

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Quarterly 73 (1993)

General: Brassware for keyboard instruments. Law. [art in Q73]

List of workshop drawings from the Edinburgh University Collection of Historic Musical Instruments [Plan in Q73]

The Woodwind Quartely, issue 2. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1183 in Q73]

Great flute makers of France: the Lot and Godfroy families 1650-1900. Giannini. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1184 in Q73]

Makers of the piano 1700-1820. Novak Clinkscale. Reviewed by: Cole [C-1185 in Q73]

Real instruments and fake putti. Lyndon-Jones. [C-1186 in Q73]

An interesting organ loft in Antwerp. Lyndon-Jones. [C-1187 in Q73]

Memlinc revisited - further to C-203, C-411 and C-659. Montagu. [C-1188 in Q73]

Timber - swelling and shrinking. Allen. [C-1189 in Q73]

A letter on the Pythagorean system. Raudonikas [C-1190 in Q73]

Response to Bavington's C-1174 criticising criticism of Early Musicians. Segerman. [C-1191 in Q73]

Response to Wood's C-1175 criticising criticism of Early Musicians. Segerman. [C-1192 in Q73]

The sharp eared minority and the effects of its power. Segerman. [C-1193 in Q73]

Where have all the creative amateurs gone? Segerman. [C-1194 in Q73]

Ruthless authenticity. Jefferies. [C-1195 in Q73]

Relevant CNC. Jefferies. [C-1196 in Q73]

Positioning pivot holes in turned rings. Gill. [C-1197 in Q73]

A simple way to hold work on a lathe. Ransley. [C-1198 in Q73]

Authentic methods of making woodwinds. Ramsley. [C-1199 in Q73]

The sizes and pitches of Praetorius's sackbuts. Segerman. [C-1200 in Q73]

Mean-tone fretting by computer or calculator. Segerman. [C-1201 in Q73]

Violin makers in Milano 17th-18th century. Chiesa. [C-1202 in Q73]

Catlin(g)s: the etymology. Catch. [C-1203 in Q73]

Equal tension stringing of the Irish harp. Downing. [C-1204 in Q73]

Mortice and tenon joints on the Irish harp. Downing. [C-1205 in Q73]

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Quarterly 74 (1994)

General: Genuine boxwood [art in Q74]

General: African ebony [art in Q74]

The accounts of Thomas Green 1742-1790. Gillian Sheldrick, ed.. Reviewed by: 169 pp. Montagu [C-1206 in Q74]

A musical Directory for the year 1794. Joseph Doane. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1207 in Q74]

Peter Holman, Four and twenty fiddlers; the violin at the English Court 1540-1690. 491 pp. Montagu. [C-1208 in Q74]

The new Langwill index - a dictionary of musical instrument makers and inventors. 518 pp. William Waterhouse. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1209 in Q74]

Larigot; annual subscription to ACIMV. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1210 in Q74]

Edinburgh Collection of Historic Musical Instruments, catalogue Vol 2;E;ii, William Waterhouse, Bassoons. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1211 in Q74]

Edinburgh Collection of Historic Musical Instruments, catalogue Vol 2;H;iii, Arnold Myers & Raymond Parks, Trumpets and Trombones. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1211 in Q74]

What can we reasonably expect museums to provide or allow? (on measuring instruments). Montagu. [C-1212 in Q74]

Measuring instruments in museums & conservation. Ransley. [C-1213 in Q74]

Suppliers of materials. Gill. [C-1214 in Q74]

A reply to comments from various members on C-1174. Bavington. [C-1215 in Q74]

Some observations on the `natural' trumpet. Barclay. [C-1216 in Q74]

On musicologists and early music. Segerman. [C-1217 in Q74]

Scholarship, statistics, and the minimum amount of evidence needed. Segerman. [C-1218 in Q74]

Well under a thousand words for the ivory ban. Powell. [C-1219 in Q74]

Praetorius' keyless curtals. Lyndon-Jones. [C-1220 in Q74]

A wizard lizard (a 5-keyed cornett in the Stadtmuseum of Munich). Lyndon-Jones. [C-1221 in Q74]

Checklist of some of the woodwinds at the Stadtmuseum, Munich. Lyndon-Jones. [C-1222 in Q74]

On the difference between early and modern baroque reeds. Segerman. [C-1223 in Q74]

Augsburg revisited (the curtals in the Maximilian Museum). Lyndon-Jones. [C-1224 in Q74]

C.N.C. reamer experiment. July 1992. Jefferies. [C-1225 in Q74]

Some historical notes on acid staining. Owen. [C-1226 in Q74]

Expanding boxwood and playing in. Kirckpatrick. [C-1227 in Q74]

The good oil; what really happens when you oil your recorder. Simmons. [C-1228 in Q74]

Restoration report, 17th century Italian harpsichord at Music-Sources, 1993. Greenberg. [C-1229 in Q74]

Harpsichord voicing. Cole. [C-1230 in Q74]

Milanese keyboard makers - 16th century. Chiesa. [C-1231 in Q74]

An alphabetical string gauge system. Downing. [C-1232 in Q74]

A c. 1900 string gauge and an unwound viola C string. Segerman. [C-1233 in Q74]

Historical violin stringings up to 1900. Segerman. [C-1234 in Q74]

On catlines and Pistoy basses. Segerman. [C-1235 in Q74]

Bogwood again (further to C-1074). Downing. [C-1236 in Q74]

Below bridge bars in lutes - a missing link? Downing. [C-1237 in Q74]

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Quarterly 75 (1994)

Bate collection, three new plans (flutes by Delerablé, Lot, and Kirst) [Plan in Q75]

General: 1993 Acquisitions at the Fiske Museum [art in Q75]

General: CompuServe announcement on making musical instruments [art in Q75]

Edinburgh University collection of historical instruments, catalogue, vol 2A, wind instruments of regional cultures worldwide. Cooke. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1238 in Q75]

Das goldene Zeitalter der Flöte, Frankreich 1832-1932, 270 pp., Montagu Lenski, Ventzke. [C-1239 in Q75]

The keyed monochord; rediscovery of a forgotten instrument, 48 pp. van Ree Bernard. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1240 in Q75]

Musica Getutscht, (tr Beth Bullard), 275 pp. Virdung. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1241 in Q75]

The FoMRHI Quarterly review of `Makers of the Piano 1700-1820', a question of interpretation or a statement of misunderstanding (further to C-1185). Novak Clinkscale. [C-1242 in Q75]

Somewhat about understandings (further to C-1190). Raudonikas. [C-1243 in Q75]

Unwelcome honesty doesn't help - a response to C-1216 (and to C-1215). Segerman. [C-1244 in Q75]

Are our instruments HISTORIC or HISTORICAL? Myers. [C-1245 in Q75]

Association in instrument collections. Myers. [C-1246 in Q75]

Nominal pitch. Myers. [C-1247 in Q75]

Measuring instrument pitch with a pocket tuner. Downing. [C-1248 in Q75]

On the measurement of tessitura and movement in music. Segerman. [C-1249 in Q75]

An equal tempered scale for tempo. Segerman. [C-1250 in Q75]

Gerle on tempo. Segerman. [C-1251 in Q75]

The transposing organ and choir pitch in England: a short test. Goetze. [C-1252 in Q75]

Early instruments in St Petersburg. Henning. [C-1253 in Q75]

Catlin, coloured and loaded strings. Catch. [C-1254 in Q75]

On historical string tensions on lutes. Segerman. [C-1255 in Q75]

Stringing 5-course baroque guitars. Segerman. [C-1256 in Q75]

The curtals of the Maximilian Museum Augsburg: a reply to C-1224. Tremmel. [C-1257 in Q75]

Making a stamp or branding iron for marking musical instruments. King. [C-1258 in Q75]

Three boxwood oboes by Hendrik Richters. Bouterse. [C-1259 in Q75]

Woodwinds - boring pipes. Downing. [C-1260 in Q75]

The transposing organ and choir pitch in England: answers to C-1252). Goetze. [C-1261 in Q75]

Key lever fulcrum pin mortices. Robson. [C-1262 in Q75]

On the wings of the muse or songs of historical feathers (on harpsichord quills and voicing). Gug. [C-1263 in Q75]

The Canadian vocalion. Downing. [C-1264 in Q75]

The nature of theoretical musical communication. Raudonikas. [C-1265 in Q75]

Syntax of relative two-dimensional mode. Raudonikas. [C-1266 in Q75]

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Quarterly 76 (1994)

Bate collection, two new plans (harpsichords by William Smith, and by Joannes Goermans). [Plan in Q76]

On C-1245 (`historic' or `historical'). [Suppl in Q76]

On C-1278 (disputational style). [Suppl in Q76]

List Royal College of Music, London [Plan in Q76]

General: Portraits in the Royal College of Music, London [art in Q76]

The harp in its present improved state compared with the original pedal harp, London 1821. Pierre Erard. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1267 in Q76]

The Highland harp (part 2 of `Musical Instruments, Edinburgh 1904). Robert Bruce Armstrong. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1267 in Q76]

Larigot 15, June 1994, ACIMV. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1268 in Q76]

Mandolins of the 18th century, 154 pp. Stephen Morey. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1269 in Q76]

4900 historical woodwind instruments, 270 pp. Phillip T. Young. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1270 in Q76]

Questions on bending and a plan for crumhorns. Buck. [C-1271 in Q76]

`Let us now praise famous men ...', an obituary for Michael Morrow. Montagu. [C-1272 in Q76]

Michael Morrow. Segerman. [C-1273 in Q76]

Reply to Raudonikas's C-1243. Segerman. [C-1274 in Q76]

Letter to the membership as whole (further to C-1243). Raudonikas. [C-1275 in Q76]

Occam's razor: the formal method for ensuring objectivity in scholarship. Segerman. [C-1276 in Q76]

FoMRHI on the Internet. Rawson. [C-1277 in Q76]

A kinder, gentler FoMRHI? Cronin. [C-1278 in Q76]

On writing a history of the oboe in the 19th century. Burgess. [C-1279 in Q76]

A `bajón' for London. Waterhouse. [C-1280 in Q76]

Forces exerted by bore measuring techniques. Cronin. [C-1281 in Q76]

Early sound generation: bassoon reeds. White. [C-1282 in Q76]

Making one's Mark. Lyndon-Jones. [C-1283 in Q76]

More putti in the Stiftsbasilika at Waldsassen. Lyndon-Jones. [C-1284 in Q76]

A note on `the good oil' (C-1228) by T. Simmons. Guida. [C-1285 in Q76]

Theobald Böhm as a flute maker. Böhm. [C-1286 in Q76]

The scale of the psalter. Crookes. [C-1287 in Q76]

On Venice catlins, lyons, Pistoy basses and loaded weighted bass gut strings (see also C-1235, C-1254 and C-1255). Peruffo. [C-1288 in Q76]

More on the name `catline' (see also C-1254). Segerman. [C-1289 in Q76]

On early 17th century English vocal and organ pitches. Segerman. [C-1290 in Q76]

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Quarterly 77 (1994)

On C-1287 by D.Z. Crookes. Segerman. [Suppl in Q77]

On Early Music and music history. Segerman. [Suppl in Q77]

Keyboard musical instruments in the Museum of Fine Arts Boston (408 pp). John Koster. Reviewed by: Irvin [C-1291 in Q77]

Keyboard musical instruments in the Museum of Fine Arts Boston (408 pp). John Koster. Reviewed by: Cole [C-1292 in Q77]

European musical instruments in Liverpool Museum (182 pp). Pauline Rushton, ed.. Reviewed by: Cole [C-1293 in Q77]

European musical instruments in Liverpool Museum (182 pp). Pauline Rushton, ed.. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1294 in Q77]

Historische Lacke und Beizen auf Musikinstrumenten in deutschsprachigen Quellen bis 1900 (158 pp). Eszter Fontana, Friedemann Hellwig, Klaus Martius. Reviewed by: Segerman [C-1295 in Q77]

La recherche en organologie; les instruments de musique occidenteaux, 1960-1992. Florence Gétrau, ed.. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1296 in Q77]

Klangführer durch die Sammlung alter Musikinstrumente, Wien, Kunsthistorisches Museum. Gerhard Stradner, ed.. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1297 in Q77]

A method of bushing wrestplanks. Law. [C-1298 in Q77]

The Davidic notation system, a sequel to C-1287. Crookes. [C-1299 in Q77]

the internet mailing lists and Micat-L. Stroom. [C-1300 in Q77]

Further to C-1278 `a kinder, gentler FoMRHI'. Spohr. [C-1301 in Q77]

Thoughts on C-1276 `Occam's razor'. White. [C-1302 in Q77]

Response to C-1302 on Occam's razor. Segerman. [C-1303 in Q77]

For an open and honest FoMRHI - reply to C-1218. Segerman. [C-1304 in Q77]

Four great curtals from Augsburg, Sonderhausen and Pillnitz. Lyndon-Jones. [C-1305 in Q77]

Instruments at Schloss Pillnitz. Lyndon-Jones. [C-1306 in Q77]

On historical lute string types and tensions (including a response to C-1288). Segerman. [C-1307 in Q77]

Strings and their names. Catch. [C-1308 in Q77]

On melodic and continuo bowing of early fiddles and viols. Segerman. [C-1309 in Q77]

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Quarterly 78 (1995)

Wood absorption (further to C-1227, C-1228, C-1285) [Suppl in Q78]

The Hoogsteder Exhibition of Music & Painting in the Golden Age. Reviewed by: 386pp, CD + photo CD. 130 Dfl. Montagu [C-1310 in Q78]

The recorder - a guide to writings about the instrument for players & researchers. Griscomb & Lasocki. Reviewed by: 504pp. Montagu [C-1311 in Q78]

Klangführer durch die Sammlung alter Musikinstrumente, Wien, Kunsthistorisches Museum - part 2 (further to C-1297). Gerhard Stradner, ed.. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1312 in Q78]

The British Clavichord Society BCE. Alexander-Max. [C-1313 in Q78]

On manners, status and C-1301. Segerman. [C-1314 in Q78]

The world according to Segerman. Stroom. [C-1315 in Q78]

Contrasts between string and woodwind gracing in Purcell's time. Segerman. [C-1316 in Q78]

On the scholarship of string names, a reply to C-1308. Segerman. [C-1317 in Q78]

Roped gut bass strings - a 16th century reference. Downing. [C-1318 in Q78]

Chinese catlines. Downing. [C-1319 in Q78]

All at sea with the ship's cat. Downing. [C-1320 in Q78]

Talbot's English theorbo reconsidered. van Edwards. [C-1321 in Q78]

Geometrical design of the lute belly. Chiverton. [C-1322 in Q78]

Ebony. Camwood ltd.. [C-1323 in Q78]

c-1324 Lute: angled bridges, `J' shaped bars, fan bars and below the bridge transverse bars. Mather. [art in Q78]

Further help with C-1197. Mather. [C-1325 in Q78]

David's three-part organum (sequel to C-1299). Crookes. [C-1326 in Q78]

Praetorius' brass instruments and cammerthon. Heavens, Segerman. [C-1327 in Q78]

Praetorius' pitchpipe pfeifflin zur Chormass. Heavens. [C-1328 in Q78]

Transposing organs and pitch in England: response to Segerman's C-1290. Goetze. [C-1329 in Q78]

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Quarterly 79 (1995)

Corrections to C-1316. [Suppl in Q79]

Further to C-1318. [Suppl in Q79]

Fortepianos and their music. 158 pp. Katalin Komlós. Reviewed by: Cole [C-1330 in Q79]

The new Langwill Index: a dictionary of musical wind instrument makers and inventors. William Waterhouse. Reviewed by: 518 pp. 1993. White [C-1331 in Q79]

Thoughts after the New Langwill Index. Smith. [C-1332 in Q79]

A reply to Jeremy Montagu's review of Richard Griscomb & David Lasocki, the Recorder: a guide to writings about the instrument for players and researchers (C-1311). Lasocki. [C-1333 in Q79]

About the difficulties of delivering a message and some replies to C-1314. Spohr. [C-1334 in Q79]

On Stroom's C-1315. Segerman. [C-1335 in Q79]

A revised hypothesis for the early music meaning of the word `Consort'. Segerman. [C-1336 in Q79]

Wood science. Beament. [C-1337 in Q79]

Preserving passion and conviction: fend off the flaccid. White. [C-1338 in Q79]

Where do we want to go? Rawson. [C-1339 in Q79]

Progress report 1994 on the collection of historic musical instruments of the Edinburgh University. Myers. [C-1340 in Q79]

British clavichord society at the open university, 11th March 1995. Alexander-Max. [C-1341 in Q79]

The grounded staff (sequel to C-1326). Crookes. [C-1342 in Q79]

Cutting thick veneers. Gill. [C-1343 in Q79]

Cork substitute. Gill. [C-1344 in Q79]

The inventor of the double-action pedal harp with fourchettes; Gröll versus Erard. Baldwin. [C-1345 in Q79]

Restoration report of English spinet by Stephen Keene, London, 1704. Greenberg. [C-1346 in Q79]

Reply to C-1329 on English organ pitches. Segerman. [C-1347 in Q79]

Response to Chiverton's C-1322 on lute belly shapes. Segerman. [C-1348 in Q79]

Simple design for lute rib shapes. Chiverton. [C-1349 in Q79]

German baroque lutes and overspun strings. Peruffo. [C-1350 in Q79]

More on Ramelli, loaded gut strings and gansars. Peruffo. [C-1351 in Q79]

More on roped strings and other knotty problems. Downing. [C-1352 in Q79]

Determining the step size of a recorder. Loretto. [C-1353 in Q79]

Recorder bore measuring. Loretto. [C-1354 in Q79]

Recorder bore measuring, using modified telescopic bore gauges. Loretto. [C-1355 in Q79]

Resonans, a software program for developing new wind instruments. Bolton. [C-1356 in Q79]

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Quarterly 80 (1995)

Technical drawings of musical instruments on microfiche, MFF Publications [Plan in Q80]

The classical mandolin, 225 pp. Sparks. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1357 in Q80]

Seven Broadwoods; the evolution of an English piano. Burnett. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1358 in Q80]

the violin family and its makers in the British isles; an illustrated history and directory. 448 pp. Harvey. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1359 in Q80]

De clavicordo: proceedings of the international clavichord symposium, Magnano 9-11 Sept 1993. Brauchli, Brauchli, Galazzo, ed.. Reviewed by: Bavington [C-1360 in Q80]

Dulcimers in public collections. Alcock. [C-1361 in Q80]

Martin Routh's razor (further to C-1350). Catch. [C-1362 in Q80]

Response to C-1337 on wood science. Segerman. [C-1363 in Q80]

Response to Rawson's C-1339. Segerman. [C-1364 in Q80]

On the upsetting power of Occam's razor. Segerman. [C-1365 in Q80]

Once more, scholarship and disputes (further to C-1335). Stroom. [C-1366 in Q80]

Copyright, the status of FoMRHI and accuracy. Stroom. [C-1367 in Q80]

David Lasocki's Ganassi controversy (reply to 1333). Loretto. [C-1368 in Q80]

William who, from where?? (on Occam). Loretto. [C-1369 in Q80]

Recorder writings. Loretto. [C-1370 in Q80]

Praetorius's and surviving Nuremberg sackbut lengths and playing pitches. Segerman. [C-1371 in Q80]

On measuring the pitch of early wind instruments. Segerman. [C-1372 in Q80]

Mersenne's sackbut and pitch, plus playing with shawms. Segerman. [C-1373 in Q80]

Mersenne's pitch standard. Segerman. [C-1374 in Q80]

Undercutting small diameter finger holes on woodwind instruments: Goodacre's razor. Goodacre. [C-1375 in Q80]

Suppliers for Occam's razor. Goodacre. [C-1376 in Q80]

How to make a shelly hautbois. Crookes. [C-1377 in Q80]

Upon the harp with a solemn sound (sequel to C-1342). Crookes. [C-1378 in Q80]

On some early 17th century discussions of gracing. Segerman. [C-1379 in Q80]

Robert Greenberg, an obituary. Barnes. [C-1380 in Q80]

Withdrawal of ascription. Greenberg. [C-1381 in Q80]

Some comments on veneering with hot glue. Hood. [C-1382 in Q80]

The British ten foot organ. Goetze. [C-1383 in Q80]

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Quarterly 81 (1995)

Obituary Len Stanners. Smith. [C-1384 in Q81]

Length standards from Stone's New Mathematical Dictionary, 1726. Cousen. [C-1385 in Q81]

Philip Stubbes: anatomy of abuses, 1583 (music criticism). Cousen. [C-1386 in Q81]

The music of psalm 117 (sequel to C-1378). Crookes. [C-1387 in Q81]

On Stroom's C-1366. Segerman [C-1388 in Q81]

An explanation to C-1370. Loretto. [C-1389 in Q81]

Bending wood for crummhorns. Buck. [C-1390 in Q81]

Folding viol backs. Van Edwards. [C-1391 in Q81]

Another mouldy idea. Van Edwards. [C-1392 in Q81]

Gansar lute strings. Downing. [C-1393 in Q81]

Catapult cordage - part 1, manufacture and properties. Downing. [C-1394 in Q81]

Catapult cordage - part 2, more speculation. Downing. [C-1395 in Q81]

A correction to C-1362. Catch. [C-1396 in Q81]

The `clearness' of early gut. Segerman. [C-1397 in Q81]

Pitch standards of early English organs - response to C-1383. Segerman. [C-1398 in Q81]

Veneering with hot hide glue - response to C-1382. Rawson. [C-1399 in Q81]

About `manacordo' and `sordino'. Tiella. [C-1400 in Q81]

Was the fortepiano built as a folk instrument? Tiella. [C-1401 in Q81]

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Quarterly 82 (1996)

Boalch, Mould. Makers of the harpsichord and clavichord 1440-1840, 3rd ed. Reviewed by: Cole [C-1402 in Q82]

Pollens. The early pianoforte. Reviewed by: Cole [C-1403 in Q82]

Pollens. The early pianoforte. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1404 in Q82]

Larigot, Bulletin de l'association des collectionneurs d'instruments à vent. IV & V spécial & no.16. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1405 in Q82]

Myers, ed. Historical musical instruments in the Edinburgh University collection (Cornets & Tubas, Oboes, Clarinets, Stringed instruments of regional cultures worldwide, Viols & violins). Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1406 in Q82]

Cat(apult)lin(e)s. Catch. [C-1407 in Q82]

The auloi of Porphyrius: some thoughts about the differences in pitch between wider and narrower pipes of the same length. Bouterse. [C-1408 in Q82]

The Ganassi bell diameter. Loretto. [C-1409 in Q82]

More reamers. Chiverton. [C-1410 in Q82]

Just a last(?) bang at Ockham (Occam). Chiverton. [C-1411 in Q82]

Narrow long hole augers. Gill. [C-1412 in Q82]

The case against hot hide glue. Gill. [C-1413 in Q82]

On the expression of emotion in music. Segerman. [C-1414 in Q82]

Anti FoMRHI people in the lute world. Segerman. [C-1415 in Q82]

Some aspects of string technology bearing on sound quality. Segerman. [C-1416 in Q82]

More on gut strings. Peruffo. [C-1417 in Q82]

A power law in the stringing of instruments with varying string length. Segerman. [C-1418 in Q82]

On describing the body shapes of stringed instruments. Segerman. [C-1419 in Q82]

On the hair tension during bowing. Segerman. [C-1420 in Q82]

J.S. Bach's `Fiauti d'echo': recorders off-stage. Smith. [C-1421 in Q82]

The instruments of the consort. Segerman. [C-1422 in Q82]

Wood treatment to improve sound. Segerman. [C-1423 in Q82]

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Quarterly 83 (1996)

list, new acquisitions at the Fiske Museum, Claremont, California, USA. [Plan in Q83]

list, Muzeum Ceské Hudby, Praha [Plan in Q83]

Hide glue defended. Rawnsley. [C-1424 in Q83]

Hot hide glue defended. Bavington. [C-1425 in Q83]

Lieder ohne Worte: emotion imaged by music. White. [C-1426 in Q83]

Who was HIE.S: or HIER.S: or HIERO.S? Lyndon-Jones. [C-1427 in Q83]

More thoughts on the Bassanos. Lyndon-Jones. [C-1428 in Q83]

Hautboy taxonomy. Haynes. [C-1429 in Q83]

Bell key acoustics. Thomas. [C-1430 in Q83]

Recorder woods - do they influence the sound? Loretto. [C-1431 in Q83]

Estimation of original bore in old instruments. Gill. [C-1432 in Q83]

Brass mouthpieces. Chiverton. [C-1433 in Q83]

Chiverton's Ockham bang. Loretto. [C-1434 in Q83]

More about reamers. Gill. [C-1435 in Q83]

Right angled reamers; addendum to C-1410. Chiverton. [C-1436 in Q83]

How accurate and understandable are measurements of woodwind instruments. Bouterse. [C-1437 in Q83]

Historical evidence for stewing soundboard wood. Gill. [C-1438 in Q83]

why old fiddles sound sweeter. Hunt, Balsan. [C-1439 in Q83]

Mace on overspun strings. Segerman. [C-1440 in Q83]

More on sinew fibre - a footnote to C-1394. Downing. [C-1441 in Q83]

Sinew strings ... yet again! Downing [C-1442 in Q83]

Caul veneering. Downing. [C-1443 in Q83]

Making your own traditional purfling cutter. Downing. [C-1444 in Q83]

The cittern in consort. Forrester. [C-1445 in Q83]

Johann Socher's square piano of 1742. Cole. [C-1446 in Q83]

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Quarterly 84 (1996)

Chiverton's Ockham. Segerman. [Suppl in Q84]

Praetorius's recorder pitch. Segerman. [Suppl in Q84]

A response to C-1439, claiming wood changes on playing in. Segerman. [Suppl in Q84]

Myers, Parks, ed. Catalogues of historic musical instruments in the Edinburgh University collection, vol 2-H iv&v (small and large mouthpieces for brass, Montagu [C-1447 in Q84]

Field, Myers, ed. Catalogues of historic musical instruments in the Edinburgh University collection, vol 2-K (ancillary equipment). Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1447 in Q84]

Larigot 17 (August 1995 & 18 (February 1996). Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1448 in Q84]

Falcon Møller. Music aloft - musical symbolism in the mural paintings of Danish medieval churches. Montagu. [C-1449 in Q84]

Rose. Talks with bandsmen. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1450 in Q84]

Monroe. Adding percussion to medieval and renaissance music. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1451 in Q84]

Gétrau, ed. Instrumentistes et luthiers Parisiens, 17-18th siècles. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1452 in Q84]

Montagu. Musical instruments of the Bible. Reviewed by: Segerman [C-1453 in Q84]

Reply to C-1426 on emotion imaged by music. Segerman. [C-1454 in Q84]

The `dying fall', Caccini's `Exclamation' and a sigh. Segerman. [C-1455 in Q84]

New Braille codes for some early music notations. Williams. [C-1456 in Q84]

A visit to Paris and some of the museums there which have musical instruments. Montagu. [C-1457 in Q84]

Progress report 1995 on the collection of historic musical instruments of the Edinburgh University. Myers. [C-1458 in Q84]

The Mary Rose shawm. Forster. [C-1459 in Q84]

Hautboy and other taxonomy - further to C-1429. Montagu. [C-1460 in Q84]

Woodwind taxonomy. Smith. [C-1461 in Q84]

Long hole augers. Swayne. [C-1462 in Q84]

Reamers again (further to C-1435). Chiverton. [C-1463 in Q84]

A bit more on mouthpieces. Chiverton. [C-1464 in Q84]

Referring to C-1433 on brass mouthpieces. Myers. [C-1465 in Q84]

More on gut strings. Peruffo. [C-1466 in Q84]

Sinews: a search for improvement or an excuse for complacency? Segerman. [C-1467 in Q84]

Reply to Peter Forrester's C-1445 on English citterns. Segerman. [C-1468 in Q84]

Thicknessing. Forrester. [C-1469 in Q84]

More on the treatment of soundboards. Barlow. [C-1470 in Q84]

Wood structure and what happened in the Hunt & Balsan experiment. Segerman. [C-1471 in Q84]

Models for sound improvement on playing in. Segerman. [C-1472 in Q84]

Making a silk `sunburst' for a cabinet piano. Mobbs, Mobbs. [C-1473 in Q84]

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Quarterly 85 (1996)

Sutton Hoo lyre. Segerman. [Suppl in Q85]

Response to Roy Chiverton's C-1464. Segerman. [Suppl in Q85]

The English cittern in the 2nd quarter of the 17th century. Segerman. [Suppl in Q85]

Johann George Tromlitz, Ardal Powell, tr & ed. The keyed flute. Reviewed by: Frank [C-1474 in Q85]

The collection of musical instruments, Kunitachi College, Tokio, 2 vols, rev edition. Sumi Gunji et alii. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1475 in Q85]

Collection of paintings and sculptures, Wallraf-Richartz Museum, Cologne. CD-ROM catalogue. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1476 in Q85]

evolution, design and performance. David Crombie. Piano. Reviewed by: Cole [C-1477 in Q85]

proceedings of the international clavichord symposium, Magnano, Italy 21-23 September 1995. Bernard Brauchli, ed. De clavicordio II. Reviewed by: Mobbs [C-1478 in Q85]

A response to C-1454 & C-1426. White. [C-1479 in Q85]

In search of the well tuned clavier - I. Lee. [C-1480 in Q85]

Some points raised by Ephraim Segerman's reply, C-1468, on English citterns. Forrester. [C-1481 in Q85]

A response to C-1445 & C-1468. Gill. [C-1482 in Q85]

Vihuela string quality and thickness, and the Paris vihuela. Segerman. [C-1483 in Q85]

The changes from baroque to modern violins. Segerman. [C-1484 in Q85]

Dividing a circumference into five. Loretto. [C-1485 in Q85]

Old recorders for new (recorder patents). Madgwick, Loretto. [C-1486 in Q85]

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Quarterly 86 (1997)

Further to C-1485. Heavens. [Bull in Q86]

Further to C-1490. Segerman [Suppl in Q86]

Further again to C-1485. Segerman. [Suppl in Q86]

Art Brownlow. The last trumpet - a history of the English slide trumpet. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1487 in Q86]

Larigot, Bulletin de l'association des collectionneurs d'instruments à vent. VI spécial. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1488 in Q86]

Pitch standards in northern Italy. Segerman. [C-1489 in Q86]

The musical instrument - an oscillating system affected by high internal stresses. Weiss. [C-1490 in Q86]

Leicester Early Music Festival 1997. Bence. [C-1491 in Q86]

Violin research 15 years ago. Segerman. [C-1492 in Q86]

On the (frequency) calculations in C-1480 by Lee. Segerman. [C-1493 in Q86]

Mersenne's iron and Ruckers 6 foot pitch. Segerman. [C-1494 in Q86]

Harpsichords and `Buntpapier'. Pühringer. [C-1495 in Q86]

Segerman, Godwin, Fludd, and the English cittern. Forrester. [C-1496 in Q86]

Reply to Forrester's C-1481 (on English citterns). Segerman. [C-1497 in Q86]

Response to C-1482 and the Wensler G30 cithrinchen stringing. Segerman. [C-1498 in Q86]

A provisional list of quinticlaves (alto ophicleides) in Europe and the United States. Jones, Myers, Rice. [C-1499 in Q86]

Comments to C-1486 (recorder patents). Thomas. [C-1500 in Q86]

Four baroque recorders at Sotheby's, November 1996 (Beukers, Stanesby, Denner). Bouterse. [C-1501 in Q86]

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Quarterly 87 (1997)

CD-RoM museum pictures. Segerman. [Bull in Q87]

The `renaissance' guitar? Segerman. [Bull in Q87]

Cittern controversy. Segerman. [Bull in Q87]

A DIY make of gut lute strings. Segerman. [Bull in Q87]

ACB, Anthony Baines, 1912-1997. Montagu. [C-1502 in Q87]

les collections instrumentales du Conservatoire de Paris, 1793-1993. Florence Gétrau. Aux origines du musée de la musique. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1503 in Q87]

Thomas Lerch. Vergleichende Untersuchung von Bohrungprofilen historischer Blockflöten des Barock (Comparative research of bore profile of historical baroque recorders). Reviewed by: Bouterse [C-1504 in Q87]

Goodacre's razor and undercutting woodwind finger holes. Hailperin. [C-1505 in Q87]

Response to C-1500 (recorder patents). Loretto. [C-1506 in Q87]

Response to Messrs Heavens and Segerman (C-1485). Loretto. [C-1507 in Q87]

Recorder window size. Loretto. [C-1508 in Q87]

Trust but don't believe what you see in pictures. Segerman. [C-1509 in Q87]

Chaos, fractals and musical instrument acoustics. Segerman. [C-1510 in Q87]

A correction and simplification for C-1493 (frequency calculations). Segerman. [C-1511 in Q87]

Scaling harpsichords soundboards. Lloyd. [C-1512 in Q87]

Instruments in 18th century Canada and a string maker of New France. Downing. [C-1513 in Q87]

Citt/Gitt. Montagu. [C-1514 in Q87]

Parchment roses in citterns, lute, baroque guitars and harpsichords. van Weerd. [C-1515 in Q87]

Response to C-1498 (cithrinchen stringing). Gill. [C-1516 in Q87]

Semitone step calculations in stringing. Segerman. [C-1517 in Q87]

Stradivari `cello' strings and bass viols. Segerman. [C-1518 in Q87]

Thick gut string, playing harmonics and stopping in mid air. Segerman. [C-1519 in Q87]

Some earlyish cello string information. Segerman. [C-1520 in Q87]

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Quarterly 88 (1997)

Further to C-1457 (Paris museums). Hailperin. [Bull in Q88]

Further to C-1485 and C-1507 (dividing a circle). Heavens. [Bull in Q88]

What about the history of tempo standards? Segerman. [Suppl in Q88]

Christina Visconti in focus (further to C-1518). Segerman. [Suppl in Q88]

Tricks in calculating equivalent diameters of unusual wound strings. Segerman. [Suppl in Q88]

West Dean College 10 day instrument making course. Segerman(Y). [C-1521 in Q88]

Warning against the Camwood firm. Hailperin. [C-1522 in Q88]

Is evidence to be explained or just accumulated? Reply to C-1516. Segerman. [C-1523 in Q88]

Parchment roses for harpsichords. Rawson. [C-1524 in Q88]

Harpsichord and `Buntpapier'. Henning(R), Henning(U). [C-1525 in Q88]

About Neupert harpsichord technology in the 30's. Tiella. [C-1526 in Q88]

In search of the well tuned clavier - II. Lee. [C-1527 in Q88]

The mathematics of tuning up a string. Segerman. [C-1528 in Q88]

A short history of the names `gittern' and `cittern'; reply to C-1514. Segerman. [C-1529 in Q88]

Citt/Gitt (cittern and gittern) again. Montagu. [C-1530 in Q88]

More on the English guitar and speculations on its origin. Segerman. [C-1531 in Q88]

Explanations of ways in which wood absorbs sound vibrations. Segerman. [C-1532 in Q88]

The dimensions of windings on a traditional wound string. Segerman. [C-1533 in Q88]

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Quarterly 89 (1997)

Recorder fingerings. Bouterse. [Bull in Q89]

Further to C-1528. [Suppl in Q89]

Were early open-wound strings tigerlines? [Suppl in Q89]

The burn marks on the insides of surviving English viol soundboards. [Suppl in Q89]

Announcements & Queries: Clarinets by Koch. Perini. [art in Q89]

Announcements & Queries: Lyra da braccio and Lirone project. Pomykalo. [art in Q89]

Announcements & Queries: Music and Technology Research Seminar; 1997-1998. Jones. [art in Q89]

Philip Young. Woodwind instruments in the Oberösterreichisches Landesmuseum, Linz. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1534 in Q89]

Swedish clavichords - Mikko Korhonen plays instant music. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1535 in Q89]

Hardening and tempering tool steel. Jenkins. [C-1536 in Q89]

The Pipe and Tabor is alive and well and living in Euskadi. Montagu. [C-1537 in Q89]

The Bolhuis auction (1764) of musical woodwind instruments. Bouterse. [C-1538 in Q89]

The Selhof auction (1759) of musical woodwind instruments. Bouterse. [C-1539 in Q89]

Recorder voicing. Loretto. [C-1540 in Q89]

What happens when and after the clavichord tangent hits the string? Segerman. [C-1541 in Q89]

The purpose of cotton between the hurdy-gurdy wheel and string. Segerman. [C-1542 in Q89]

Origins of the `guitarra portuguesa'. Segerman. [C-1543 in Q89]

An amendment to C-1203. Catch. [C-1544 in Q89]

On Praetorius and the sizes of Renaissance bowed instruments. Segerman. [C-1545 in Q89]

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Quarterly 90 (1998)

On C-1535, review of a clavichord CD. Segerman. [Suppl in Q90]

Fomrhi Website. Segerman. [Suppl in Q90]

the 1710 Michael Mietke single harpsichord in Hudiksval, Sweden (in Supplement). [Plan in Q90]

Trevor Herbert, John Wallace. The Cambridge companion to brass instruments. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1546 in Q90]

Larigot, Bulletin de l'association des collectionneurs d'instruments à vent. VII spécial (April 1997) & no.20, Sept 1997. Reviewed by: Montagu [C-1547 in Q90]

James Beament. The violin explained - components mechanism and sound. Reviewed by: Segerman [C-1548 in Q90]

Jeremy Montagu. The magpie in ethnomusicology. Reviewed by: Segerman [C-1549 in Q90]

More on draw plates; response to Peter Forester's C-1469. Badiarov. [C-1550 in Q90]

On musical iconography. Tiella. [C-1551 in Q90]

The inventory of the musical instruments of Michael Charles le Cene (1743). Bouterse. [C-1552 in Q90]

Repairs to antique brass instruments. Perry. [C-1553 in Q90]

Renaissance woodwind in the museo degli strumenti musicali, Rome. Lyndon-Jones. [C-1554 in Q90]

Alternative fingerings for long foot baroque recorders. Bouterse. [C-1555 in Q90]

Recorder fingerings. Loretto. [C-1556 in Q90]

Reply to C-1544 on catlines. Segerman. [C-1557 in Q90]

Forqueray's strings and 18th century wound string sound. Segerman. [C-1558 in Q90]

Reply to C-1542 (cotton between the hurdy-gurdy wheel and string). Baker. [C-1559 in Q90]

On the lira da bracio and lirone project. Segerman. [C-1560 in Q90]

The Cremona secret of violins. Aristotel. [C-1561 in Q90]

The early violino and the viole da bracio family. Segerman. [C-1562 in Q90]

Experimental work on clavichord action. Barnes. [C-1563 in Q90]

On the tangent-string interaction on a clavichord: reply to Comm 1563. Segerman. [C-1564 in Q90]