Bibliography

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  • Bowers, Jane. 1979. “‘Flaüste Traverseinne’ and ‘Flûte d’Allemagne’: The Flute in France from the Late Middle Ages up through 1702.” “Recherches” Sur La Musique Française Classique 19: 7–49.
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  • Brade, Christine. 1975. Die mittelalter Kernspaldloten Mittel- und Nordeuropas: Ein Beitrag zur prähistorischer und zur Typologie mittelalterlicher Kernspaltjloten [Medieval Duct Flutes of Central and Northern Europe: a Contribution to the Typology of Prehistoric and Medieval Duct Flutes]. Vol. 14. Göttinger Schriften zur Vor- und Frühgeschichte. Neumunster: Karl Wachholtz.
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  • Braun, Gerhard, and Nikolaus Delius. 1997. “Einige Gedanken zur Ästhetik der Blockflöte und des Blockflötenspiels im 20. Jahrhundert [Some Thoughts on the Aesthetic of the Recorder and Recorder Playing in the Twentieth Century].” In Sine musica nulla vita: Festschrift Hermann Moeck zum 75. Geburtstag am 16. September 1997, 91–107. Celle: Moeck Verlag.
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  • Bridge, Joseph Cox. 1901. “The Chester Recorders.” Proceedings of the Musical Association 27: 109–20.
  • Broege, Tom. 2004. “On the Cutting Edge: New Types of ‘modern’ Recorders Being Developed.” American Recorder 45 (1): 41–43. http://www.americanrecorder.org/docs/ARJan04body.PDF.
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  • Corcoran, Ronald E. 1965. “Did Recorder Playing ‘Die Out’ in Britain?” Recorder and Music Magazine 1 (9): 261.
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  • Coune, Dominique. 1997. “Sur les chemins du baroque et du jazz . . . Le facteur de flˆtes à bec, Philippe Bolton, a créé une flûte électro- acoustique.” Les Amis de la Musique: Lutherie d’aujourd’hui. http://home.pi.be/~tor-4879/bolton.htm.
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  • Degen, Johannes Dietz. 1936/1972. Zut Geschichte der Blockflöte in den germanaischen Läandern [The History of the Recorder in Germanic Countries]. Kassel: Bärenreiter.
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  • Dolmetsch, Carl F. 1974. The School Recorder Book. Revised Edition. 3. Leeds: E.J. Arnold & Son.
  • Dolmetsch, Carl F. 1968. “Which Way to Turn the Clock?” Recorder and Music Magazine 2 (9): 283–84.
  • Dolmetsch, Carl F. 1986. “High F Sharp.” Recorder and Music Magazine 8 (9): 275.
  • Ehrlich, Robert. 2021. The Great German Recorder Epidemic, Reinventing the Recorder, 1925-1950. Essay Series 1. Portland, Oregon: Instant Harmony. https://davidlasocki.com/store/Ehrlich-The-Great-German-Recorder-Epidemic-Reinventing-the-Recorder-1925%E2%80%931950-p319807060.
  • Ehrlich, Robert. 1993. “Our Recorder Culture: A Pyramid Built on Sand?” American Recorder 34 (3): 7–11.
  • Ehrlich, Robert. 1990–1991. “Prejudice, Practice and Ride: How to Be a Happy Recorder Player.” Recorder: Journal of the Victorian Recorder Guild, 12: 1–5; 13: 5–13.
  • Epstein, Jan. 1988. “An Interview with Frans Brüggen.” Recorder: Journal of the Victorian Recorder Guild 8: 8–10.
  • Escalas, Romà. 2003–2015. “‘La difusión de la flauta de pico en Catalunya.” Audenis. http://www.audenis.com/es/articles/arti_2.html.
  • Fajardo, Raoul J. 1970. “Enhancing the Recorder Sound.” Recorder and Music Magazine 3 (5): 172–74.
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  • Feider, Denise. 1993. “Zur Entwicklung der Blockflöte im 20. Jahrhundert [The Development of the Recorder in the Twentieth Century].” SAJM Zeitschrift, 21 (1): 19–36; (2): 3–17; (3): 3–17; (4): 3–17, 21.
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