The Horn and Horn-playing: And the Austro-Bohemian Tradition from 1680-1830, Volume 33

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A classic! It belongs on every horn player's bookshelf next to Morley-Pegge, Birchard Coar and Robin Gregory. This book redefined the term, Bohemian and produced mountains of new evidence and fathoms of new perspectives on the history of what came to be known as the French Horn.

Contents

THE CORDECHASSE AND
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THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE VIENNESE HORN
26
The character of the Waldhorn
35
Hornmakers in Germany England and Italy
44
THE GROWTH OF THE BOHEMIAN SCHOOL
50
Vienna and Naples
59
The Baroque style matures
65
Bachs later horn parts and players
77
Viennese influence in the provinces
148
THE MOUTHPIECE AND ITS ROLE IN
150
HANDHORN PLAYING FLO URISHES
163
REGISTER OF PLAYERS 2 THIRD
195
CONCLUSION THE NATURAL HORN TODAY
217
GLOSSARY
227
INDEX OF MUSIC
240
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THE HANDHORN IN VIENNA AND PRAGUE
125
Some leading Viennese handhorn makers and their contributions
139
GENERAL INDEX
251
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