3 edition of Instruments around the world [sound recording] found in the catalog.
Instruments around the world [sound recording]
1990 in London : Guilford, Conn .
Written in English
|Other titles||Music of the western world 1100-1980.|
|Statement||by Andy Jackson.|
|Series||A History of music of the western world 1100-1980 ; 12|
|Contributions||Smith, J. E. (James E.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sound cassette : analog, stereo.|
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The world of sound recording by Donald Morison Murray,Lippincott edition, in English - [1st ed.]Pages: World & traditional music The British Library is making these collections of ethnographic available for non-commercial research, study and private enjoyment.
They should not be altered or used in ways that might be derogatory to the indigenous communities who are traditional custodians of the content. This book provides professional advice and recommendations on studio equipment, software and the latest technologies, plus practical tips for creating, editing and mastering digital recordings.
Perfect for professional musicians, music educators and hobbyists who want to explore the world of digital recording. 8 x 10, pages.5/5(2). Museum stories A history of world music in 15 instruments From the ancient Egyptians to the Sámi people of northern Europe, music has been an integral part of societies around the world.
To celebrate the Museum’s first major musical festival this April, here are 15 extraordinary instruments from history that hit just the right note. Take a look at instruments from around the world, from the ornate and the extravagant, to the simple and straightforward.
Ðàn Tre. The Ðàn Tre, which translates as “bamboo musical instrument” is an especially unusual instrument as there are only two in the Instruments around the world [sound recording] book, made by Vietnamese refugee Minh Tam Nguyen to give himself a creative outlet in the labour camp he had been sent to.
Famous Instruments Around The World Everyone knows the classic instruments used in every song: the drums that provide the back-beat, the bass, anchoring the harmonic framework and the guitar that provides the melody.
Experiments of capturing sound on a recording medium for preservation and reproduction began in earnest during the Industrial Revolution of the s. Many pioneering attempts to record and reproduce sound were made during the latter half of the 19th century – notably Scott's phonautograph of – and these efforts culminated in the invention of the phonograph by Thomas Edison in The is an alphabetical list of know Musical Instruments around the world, including sound bites and history.
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Informational (nonfiction), 1, words, Level P (Grade 2), Lexile L. Musical Instruments introduces readers to Instruments around the world [sound recording] book types of musical instruments from around the world.
Readers will readily recognize familiar instruments, such as the piano and violin. All the Musical Instruments of the World Click here to view all instruments being played | Click here to view all instruments by classification. 3rd bridge guitar. Accordina. Accordion.
Accordola. Acoustic bass guitar. Acoustic guitar. Aeolian harp. Aeolsklavier. Agidigbo. “The Sound Book” is a science essay by an acoustic engineer, Trevor Cox, who travels around the world seeking the sonic wonders.
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Michael Preston’s book has in it all that is needed to envelop youngsters in beautiful harmony. Crisp, colorful photographs introduce children to musical instruments from around the world. Familiar instruments like piano and drums are paired with interesting images of sitar and trombones.
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The recordings, one of a. Blowing tube instruments have been around for a very long time. In fact, one such example can be the Australian Didgeridoo, which the Aborigines have been using for thousands of years.
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Making music › Echoes › Smooth, hard surfaces tend to reflect sound, making it travel back. This causes an echo. Echoes › Loudness › The decibel scale is used to describe the loudness of sounds.View musical instruments from around the world, ranging from ancient times to the late twentieth century.
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