The Luthier S Handbook

Author by : Roger H. Siminoff
Languange : en
Publisher by : Hal Leonard Corporation
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Description : (Book). An essential item for the instrument builder, The Luthier's Handbook explores the secrets and science behind making good-sounding acoustic stringed instruments. Renowned author Roger H. Siminoff brings to the table more than four decades of luthiery experience and shares the time-tested philosophies, tips and technology of the craft. As the ideal complement to other books on building instruments, this text describes the structural and acoustical attributes of air chambers; what to listen for when tap-tuning; selecting a good piece of wood; placement of the braces and tone bars and how to tune them; how to select the right strings; what to consider in bridge design concepts; and much more. Includes a free String Gauge Calculator for determining the right set of strings.


The Luthier S Acoustic Guitar Making Handbook

Author by : Chris Wynne
Languange : en
Publisher by :
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Total Read : 71
Total Download : 316
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Description : "The Luthiers Acoustic Guitar Making Handbook" is filled with essential plans, measurements, templates and printed specifications to accompany each stage of construction shown on the 9 DVDs.


The String Instrument Owner S Handbook

Author by : Michael J. Pagliaro
Languange : en
Publisher by : Rowman & Littlefield
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Total Read : 9
Total Download : 541
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Description : In The String Instrument Owner’s Guide, Michael Pagliaro surveys the complete “ownership life cycle” of bowed string instruments. A touchstone work for uninitiated and advanced players, The String Instrument Owner’s Guide provides a roadmap for every step of the owning process, from selecting and buying (or renting ) to maintaining, repairing, modifying, upgrading and even re-selling your instrument. The String Instrument Owner’s Guide answers, chapter by chapter, such key questions as: Where did string instruments come from? How do they work? What are the different kinds of string instruments? How they are made? How should you choose one? How do you care for string instruments? What accessories are needed and what do you need to know about them? How do string instruments compare to one another? How does one learn to play? And so much more. This work should sit in the library of not only every professional musician but also of students, teachers, technicians, and parents.


Handbook Of Ecocriticism And Cultural Ecology

Author by : Hubert Zapf
Languange : en
Publisher by : Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
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Total Read : 69
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Description : Ecocriticism has emerged as one of the most fascinating and rapidly growing fields of recent literary and cultural studies. From its regional origins in late-twentieth-century Anglo-American academia, it has become a worldwide phenomenon, which involves a decidedly transdisciplinary and transnational paradigm that promises to return a new sense of relevance to research and teaching in the humanities. A distinctive feature of the present handbook in comparison with other survey volumes is the combination of ecocriticism with cultural ecology, reflecting an emphasis on the cultural transformation of ecological processes and on the crucial role of literature, art, and other forms of cultural creativity for the evolution of societies towards sustainable futures. In state-of-the-art contributions by leading international scholars in the field, this handbook maps some of the most important developments in contemporary ecocritical thought. It introduces key theoretical concepts, issues, and directions of ecocriticism and cultural ecology and demonstrates their relevance for the analysis of texts and other cultural phenomena.


London College Of Music Handbook For Diploma Examinations In Classical Guitar Playing

Author by : Tony Skinner
Languange : en
Publisher by : Registry Publications Ltd
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Total Read : 21
Total Download : 147
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Description : This is the official London College of Music handbook for classical guitar Diploma examinations. The handbook covers the following sections of the ALCM and LLCM classical guitar examinations: scales, arpeggios and chords; sight reading and ear tests.


Classical Guitar Design

Author by : Giuseppe Cuzzucoli
Languange : en
Publisher by : Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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Total Read : 97
Total Download : 760
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Description : Every luthier and every performer has a personal concept of which sound they want from their instruments. To explain how these ideas can be turned in the design of a classical guitar, this book presents theoretical analysis, guidelines and practical indications. The book is meant for luthiers who feel the need to go beyond their experience, bringing forward their research with no need to forsake their personal touch and creativity. The book is also addressed to guitar players who may find answers about the guitar sound and cast a more competent look on the 'magic' world of lutherie. Although this is not an handbook on guitar construction, some reader will be possibly inspired to build its own guitar, following the designing criteria illustrated here. Finally the book addresses readers with a technical education in Engineering or Physics, curious about how certain basic principles of Acoustics can be applied to the operation of a musical instrument. Mathematical formulations have been reduced to a minimum; readers willing to go deeper on these subjects can refer to the specific publications mentioned in the text


Siminoff S Luthiers Glossary

Author by : Roger H. Siminoff
Languange : en
Publisher by : Hal Leonard Corporation
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Total Read : 69
Total Download : 909
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Description : (Book). Siminoff's Luthier Glossary is a first-edition compendium of more than 800 technical terms used in the design, construction, and production of string musical instruments. The handy 6"x9" softcover text is intended for all levels of builders from beginners to advanced, and features descriptions of parts, techniques, tools, adhesives, finishes, machinery, woods, stains, acoustics, and legal terms. The Appendix includes numerous valuable data tables along with two dozen color plates to help recognize the tonewoods and decorative woods used in luthierie.


American Lutherie

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Languange : en
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Total Read : 18
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Data Sheets

Author by : Guild of American Luthiers
Languange : en
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Total Read : 36
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A Dictionary Of Foreign Musical Terms And Handbook Of Orchestral Instruments

Author by : Tom S. Wotton
Languange : en
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Total Read : 23
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