7 edition of The natural history of the musical bow found in the catalog.
The natural history of the musical bow
Reprint of the 1899 ed. published by Clarendon Press, Oxford.
|Statement||by Henry Balfour.|
|LC Classifications||ML755 .B18 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 87 p. :|
|Number of Pages||87|
|LC Control Number||76022326|
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Dance music violinists in Italy played with a French hold for example. The bow hold was related to the type of music and bow. Bow holds weren’t standardized at all: it wasn’t even unusual to bow with the left hand. French violin bow hold The bow hold was rather tensed in these days as the thumb was still used to tighten the bow hair. Musical instrument, any device for producing musical sound. The principal types of such instruments, classified by the method of producing sound, are percussion, stringed, keyboard, wind, and electronic. Learn more about the characteristics and classification of musical instruments in this article.
Natural rattles (for example gourds with their dried seeds inside) are also certainly used for music from the earliest times. Woodwind and strings: 10, BC In the next years, up to the start of recorded history, many other musical instruments are developed. These are some pretty Vintage Ribbon Images! Today I’m offering 4 versions of these lovely Bows. These were scanned from an Antique French Catalog that contains all kinds of Drapery Hardware.
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Page 20 - A musical instrument sometimes seen is made by stretching a thin string to a bent bow, about three feet long, passed through half a gouard, the open end of which rests against the performer's bare stomach.
The string is struck with a thin slip of cane or palm-leaf stem held in the right hand, and a finger of the left, which holds the instrument, is laid occasionally on the string.
The natural history of the musical bow; a chapter in the developmental history of stringed instruments of music. Primitive types. The Natural History of the Musical Bow Hardcover – January 1, by Henry Balfour (Author) Be the first to review this item.
See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover, January 1, Author: Henry Balfour. The Natural History of the Musical Bow is an article from The American Naturalist, Volume View more articles from The American this. Get this from a library.
The natural history of the musical bow: a chapter in the developmental history of stringed instruments of music. [Henry Balfour]. Comment: The book has been read, but looks new. The book cover has no visible wear, and the dust jacket is included if applicable. No missing or damaged pages, no tears, possible very minimal creasing, no underlining or highlighting of text, and no writing in the margins/5(3).
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The musical bow (bowstring or string bow) is a simple string instrument used by a number of South African peoples, which is also found in the Americas via slave trade.
It consists of a flexible, usually wooden, stick to 10 feet ( to 3 m) long, and strung end to end with a taut cord, usually metal. It can be played with the hands or a wooden stick or branch.
Henry Balfour published The Natural History of the Musical Bow: A Chapter in the Developmental History of Stringed Instruments of Music in This volume includes an encyclopedic description of dozens of musical bows arranged geographically.
It helps corroborate some of the posterior research done, and posits with some evidenceAuthor: Nathan W Watson.
Musical bow, stringed musical instrument found in most archaic cultures as well as in many in the present day. It consists of a flexible stick to 10 feet ( to 3 m) long, strung end to end with a taut cord that the player plucks or taps to produce a weak fundamental note.
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In music, a bow / b oʊ / is a tensioned stick which has hair (usually horse-tail hair) coated in rosin (to facilitate friction) affixed to is moved across some part of a musical instrument to cause vibration, which the instrument emits as vast majority of bows are used with string instruments, such as the violin, although some bows are used with musical saws and other.
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South American bow (pl. 5, fig. 22).A black longbow of palma brava. It is square in cross-section and has the usual rope string of this type. The excess is bound about the upper limb in a decorative way, which shows that the archer had no conception of what is required of a bow for strong shooting.
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