TAS 3 - Physics of wind instruments and organ pipes 1100-2010. New and Extended Writings

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Rapid developments in acoustics, started in years "thirty" and spurred on by the dualism with electrical circuits and related electronic equipment, have overshadowed the findings of previous historical periods. Despite the recent revival of interest in this field, especially focusing on the Scientific Revolution, much work remains to be done. 

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Price 50,00 €
Author Barbieri Patrizio
Size 17,5x24,5 cm
Pages XII-568, hardcover, illustrations (45 in colour), 10 tables
Language English
Isbn 9788895203409
Publishing date 2013

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Rapid developments in acoustics, started in years "thirty" and spurred on by the dualism with electrical circuits and related electronic equipment, have overshadowed the findings of previous historical periods. Despite the recent revival of interest in this field, especially focusing on the Scientific Revolution, much work remains to be done. This volume aims not only to help bridge this gap, but also to extend the research to our days. The first four chapters deal with the subject from the Middle Ages until the end of the Scientific Revolution. The remaining seven continued the examination, since the beginning of the eighteenth century to the present day. Since dealing with the numerous references to performance practice, this book will appeal not only to historians of science, but also musicians and musicologists.

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TAS 3 - Physics of wind instruments and organ pipes 1100-2010. New and Extended Writings

TAS 3 - Physics of wind instruments and organ pipes 1100-2010. New and Extended Writings

Rapid developments in acoustics, started in years "thirty" and spurred on by the dualism with electrical circuits and related electronic equipment, have overshadowed the findings of previous historical periods. Despite the recent revival of interest in this field, especially focusing on the Scientific Revolution, much work remains to be done.