Bibliography


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  • Agricola, Martin. 1545. Musica instrumentalis deudsch, darin das Fundament und Application der Finger und Zungen, auff mancherley Pfeiffen als Flöten, Kromphörner, Zincken, Bomhard, Schalmeyen, Sackpfeiffen und Schweitzerpfeiffen etc. Darzu von dreierley Geigen, als welschen, polisschen und kleinen Handgeiglein und wie die Griffe drauff auch auff Lauten künstlich abgemessen werden, item vom Monochordo, auch von künstlicher Stimmung der Orgelpfeiffen und Zimbeln, etc. Kürtzlich begriffen, und für unsere Schulkinder und andere gmeine Senger aufs verstendlichst und einfeltigst jtzund newlich zugericht [A German instrumental music, containing the basic rules and application of the fingers and tongue on many kinds of wind instruments, such as recorders, crumhorns, cornetts, pommer, shawms, bagpipes, and Swiss flutes, etc. In addition, concerning three kinds of fiddles, the Italian, the Polish, and the little hand-fiddle, and how the finger positions may be skillfully gauged on them, and also on the lute. Also concerning the monochord and the skillful tuning of organ pipes and small bells, etc. Briefly summarized and now newly arranged for our school children and other beginning singers in the most understandable and simple way]. Wittenberg: George Rhau.
  • Agricola, Martin. 1529. Musica instrumentalis deudsch ynn welcher begriffen ist, wie man nach dem gesange auff mancherley Pfeiffen lernen sol, Auch wie auff die Orgel, Harffen, Lauten, Geigen, und allerley Instrument und Seytenspiel, nach der rechtgegrüdten Tabelthur sey abzusetsen [A German Instrumental music, in which is Contained: How to Learn to Play Many Kinds of Wind Instruments from Vocal Notation, and also How to Set Music into the Appropriate Tablature for the Organ, Harp, Lute, Fiddle, and all Kinds of Keyboard and String Instruments]. Wittenberg: George Rhau. http://imslp.org/wiki/Musica_instrumentalis_Deudsch_(Agricola,_Martin)
  • Anonymous. 1510. “Anleitung zum Blockflötenspiel: Introductio Geschriben uf Pfifen.” Basel. Ms. F X 38. Universitätsbibliothek. http://www.e-manuscripta.ch/doi/10.7891/e-manuscripta-2686
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  • Ballester, Jordi. 2000. “La flauta dulce en la antigua corona de Aragón a finales del siglo XIV: Nuevas aportaciones [The Recorder in the Ancient Kingdom of Aragón at the End of the Fourteenth Century: New Contributions].” Revista de flauta de pico 15: 9–12.
  • Ballester, Jordi. 2000. “El pastor músico y la flauta dulce en la pintura catalana y valenciana del siglo XV [The Shepherd Musician and the Recorder in the Catalan and Valencian Painting of the Fifteenth Century].” Revista de flauta de pico 16: 11–15.
  • Bartram, James F. jnr. 1976. “Some Notes on the History of the Recorder.” Historical Woodwinds, PO Box 371, Newport, R.I. 02840.
  • Bergmann, Walter. 1965. “When a Treble Really WAS a Treble.” Recorder and Music Magazine 1 (19): 313.
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  • Bouterse, Jan. 1995. “Early Dutch Fipple Flutes, with Emphasis on the Seventeenth Century and Jacob van Eyck.” In The Recorder in the 17th Century: Proceedings of the International Recorder Symposium Utrecht, 27-30 August 1993, edited by David Lasocki, 77–90. Utrecht: STIMU.
  • Bouterse, Jan. 1998. “Dordrecht sopraan blokfluit (cursus aankondiging) [Dordrecht Soprano Recorder (course announcement)].” Bouwbrief 88: 20–22.
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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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  • Ganassi, Silvestro. 1535. Opera intitulata Fontegara. La quale i[n]segna a sonare de flauto cho[n] tutta l’arte opportuna a esso i[n]strumento massime il diminuire il quale sarà utile ad ogni i[n]strumento di fiato et chorde: et a[n]chora a chi si dileta di canto. [Work entitled “Fontegara”, which Instructs in Playing the Recorder with all the Proper Art of this Instrument, Especially the Creation of Diminutions that will be Useful for all Wind and String Instruments as well as those who Practice Singing]. Venice: Silvestro Ganassi. http://imslp.org/wiki/Opera_Intitulata_Fontegara_(Ganassi,_Sylvestro)
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