Historic Brass Journal - Volume 28 - 2016

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Table of Contents, President's Message, Monk Award Regular Features  
     
“Jauchzet!” Steven E. Plank  
     
L’ultimo sospiro: Cornetto Virtuosity between Bologna and Florence at the Turn of the Eighteenth Century Bruce Dickey: In honor of Edward H. Tarr  
     
Unlocking the Mysteries of the Venetian Cornett: ad imitar piu la voce humana Jamie Savan  
     
Trombone in sordino: Muted Trombones in the Baroque Era Howard Weiner  
     
Braun’s Gamme et Méthode pour les Trombonnes: Some New Evidence Fabien Guilloux: Translated by Maurice Whitehead  
     
Bass Horn and Upright Serpent in Germany Part 2: Bass horn (continued), English Bass horn, and FagottSerpent Herbert Heyde  
     
Aspects of the Late Keyed Trumpet: Some New Evidence Adrian v. Steiger  
     
Bruckner on Valve Trombone?— Low Brass Performance Practice in Anton Bruckner’s Works Bernhard Rainer: Translated by Howard Weiner  
     
The Vienna Horn: Its Acoustics and Playing Technique Gregor Widholm  
     
BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WRITINGS ABOUT BRASS INSTRUMENTS, 2015–2016 Eva M. Heater  
     
BRIEF STUDIES AND REPORTS: A Tudor Manuscript Granting Livery to the King’s “Shakbots” Trevor Herbert  
     
CORRESPONDENCE Edward H. Tarr  
     
Reviews, Guidelines for Contributors Regular Features  
     
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