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Making Musical Instruments By Hand

Havighurst, Jay

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ISBN 10: 1564963527 / ISBN 13: 9781564963529
Edité par Quarry Books, Gloucester, MA, 1998
Ancien(s) ou d'occasion Etat Very Good Wraps
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107 pp, illus, slight dings to corners, minimal other blemishes. This book is likely to require extra postage for overseas shipping which can be very high, so before ordering , contact me so that the postage rate can be agreed upon. ID# NBO`. N° de réf. du libraire 013086

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A step-by-step guide to designing and making musical instruments with a showcase of instruments by artists from around the world. This unique guide provides details on every step of the project. Percussion, wind, and string instruments, all are here - each illustrated with clear, instructional photographs. Alternative techniques use simple tools to offer inexpensive ways to make instruments. Tips on choosing materials, tool selection, cutting and finishing techniques, measuring, joining, and more. Includes special hints for tuning and playing the instruments you have made.

A propos de l'auteur: Jay Havighurst has explored building musical instruments since graduating from the Studio for Interrelated Media and Sculpture at Massachusetts College of Art in 1980. A resident of the North Shore of Massachusetts, he designed interactive, kinetic sound art, including large-scale sculptures that combine abstract visual elements with themes of rhythm and cycles inspired by nature. His work has been exhibited in the New Directions in Sound Environments show at the DeCordova Museum in Lincoln, Massachusetts, and at numerous galleries and festivals. Havighurst composes music that is layered and multi-timbral, and has accompanied several modern dance and performance pieces. With an unusual collection of instruments from around the world, he has a passion to share their sounds in group music-making, drumming, and celebrations, making music participatory and open to everyone

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Titre : Making Musical Instruments By Hand

Éditeur : Quarry Books, Gloucester, MA

Date d'édition : 1998

Reliure : Wraps

Etat du livre : Very Good

Edition : First Edition

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