Alto Trombone History Bibliography

Bibliography of historical sources cited in Alto Trombone History Timeline. Readers are encouraged to read the sources themselves and get full context for timeline entries!

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Albrechtsberger, Johann Georg. Sämmtliche Schriften über Generalbass. Trans. Arnold Merrick. London: R. Cock, 1844.

Adler, Samuel. The Study of Orchestration. New York: W.W. Norton and Co., 1982.

Anderson, Emily, ed. The Letters of Mozart and His Family. London: Macmillan, 1985.

Avins, Styra and Josef Eisinger, “Six Unpublished Letters from Johannes Brahms” in For the Love of Music: Festschrift in Honor of Theodore Front, ed. Darwin F. Scott. Lucca, Italy: Lim antiqua, 2002.

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Berlioz, Hector. A Treatise on Modern Instrumentation and Orchestration: to Which is Appended the Chef d’Orchestre. Trans. Mary Cowden Clarke. London: Novello, 1858.

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Brossard, Sébastien de. Dictionnaire de Musique. Trans. Albion Gruber. Henryville, PA: Institute of Mediaeval Music, 1982.

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Clappé, Arthur A. The Band Teacher’s Assistant or, Complete and Progressive Band Instructor. Comprising the Rudiments of Music, and Many Valuable Hints on Band Topics, with Charts Showing Compass of All Instruments … ; Also, a Condensed Score of a Series of Progressive Lessons, Scales, Chords and Exercises. New York: Carl Fischer, 1888.

Clappé, Arthur A. The Wind-Band and Its Instruments; Their History, Construction, Acoustics, Technique and Combination, for Bandmasters, Bandsmen, Students and the General Reader. New York: H. Holt and Co., 1911.

Claus, J. B. “The Structure of the Orchestra,” part 6, Musical Herald, vol. 5, no. 9 (Sept 1884), 219.

Clodomir, P. Manuel complet du chef-directeur “harmonie et fanfare” à l’usage des exècutants, ou Traité de l’organisation des sociétes musicales, 6th ed. Paris: A. Leduc, 1889.

Coon, Oscar. Harmony and Instrumentation: The Principles of Harmony with Practical Instruction in Arranging Music for Orchestras and Military Bands. Cincinnati, OH: A. Squire, 1883.

Corder, Frederick. The Orchestra and How to Write for It: A Practical Guide to Every Branch of Modern Orchestration. London: R. Cocks & Co., 1896.

Daubeny, Ulric. Orchestral Wind Instruments Ancient and Modern: Being an Account of the Origin and Evolution of Wind Instruments from the Earliest to the Most Recent Times. London: The New Temple Press, 1920.

Day, Charles Russell and David James Blaikley. A Descriptive Catalogue of Musical Instruments Recently Exhibited at the Royal Military Exhibition, London, 1890. London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1891.

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Dodworth, Allen. Dodworth’s Brass Band School: Containing Instructions in the First Principles of Music…New York: Dodworth & Co., 1853.

Eisel, Johann Philipp. Musicus autodidactos, oder der sich selbst informirende Musicus. Erfurt, Germany: Johann Michael Funcken, 1738.

Elson, Arthur. Orchestra Instruments and Their Use. Boston, MA: The Page Company, 1922.

Elson, Louis Charles. Elson’s Music Dictionary. Boston: Oliver Ditson Company, 1905.

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Elson, Louis Charles. The Theory of Music: As Applied to the Teaching and Practice of Voice and Instruments. Boston: New England Conservatory of Music, 1890.

Ergo, Emile. Dans les propylées de l’instrumentation. Anvers: La libr. néerlandaise, 1908

Evans, Edwin. Method of Instrumentation: How to Write for the Orchestra and Arrange an Orchestral or Band Score. London: The New Temple Press, 1926.

Fetis, F. J. “A Manual for Composers, Musical Directors, Leaders of Orchestras, & Bandsmen” in The Musical World: A Journal of Music, the Drama, Literature, Fine Arts, Foreign Intelligence, &c., and Complete Record of the theatres and the Concert Room, vol. XLV (1867), 477-478.

Forsyth, Cecil. Orchestration. London: Macmillan and Co., 1914.

Galli, Amintore. Strumenti e Strumentazione. Milan: Sonzogno, 1897.

Gevaert, François-Auguste. Traité général d’instrumentation, exposé méthodique des principes de cet art dans leur application à l’orchestre, à la musique d’harmonie et de fanfares, etc. Gand: Gevaert, 1863.

Gleich, Ferdinand. Handbuch der modernen Instrumentirung für Orchester und Militairmusikcorps mit besonderer Berücksichtigung der kleineren Orchester, sowie der Arrangements von Bruchstücken größerer Werke für dieselben u. der Tanzmusik. Leipzig: C. F. Kahnt, 1853.

Hartman. Méthode elémentaire de trombonne: contenant les principes de musique, tablatures, gammes, exercices, leçons preparatoires, dix airs et 24 duos des operas les plus célèbres. Paris: Schonenberger, c. 1840.

Haynes, John C. Catalogue. Boston, MA: John C. Haynes & Co., 1887. University of California, Santa Barbara, Romaine Trade Catalog Collection: Trade Catalogs of Music.

Haynes, John C. & Co. Illustrated Catalogue of Musical Instruments, Strings, and Trimmings of Foreign & American Manufacture. Boston, MA: John C. Haynes & Co., 1884.

Henderson, William James. The Orchestra and Orchestral Music. Toronto: George N. Morang & Co., 1899.

Hofmann, Richard. Practical Instrumentation. Trans. Robin H. Legge. London: Augener & Co. (original Dürffling & Franke, Leipzig), 1893.

Hogarth, George. “Musical Instruments: The Trumpet, Trombone, Serpent, and Ophicleide” The Musical World: A Weekly Record of Musical Science, Literature, and Intelligence. XLIX, vol. 4 (Feb. 17, 1837), 129-133.

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Lacál, Luisa. Diccionario de la música, téchico, histórico, bio-bibliográfico. Madrid: San Francisco de Sales, 1899.

La Fage, Adrien de, “Trombone” in Encyclopédie des gens du monde répertoire universel des sciences, des lettres et des arts; avec des notices sur les principales familles historiques et sur les personnages célèbres, morts et vivans. Paris: Treuttel et Würtz, 22 vol., 1833-1844.

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Mahillon, Victor-Charles. Le matériel sonore des orchestres de symphonie, d’harmonie et de fanfares: ou Vade mecum du compositeur suivi d’une échelle acoustique permettant de calculer très facilement la longueur théorique de tous les instruments à vent à un diapason quelconque. 1st ed. Brussels: Mahillon, 1897.

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