American Musical Instrument Society
In this issue
A Small Upright Piano from Pennsylvania: Relic from the Origins of the Piano and Made by John Clemm(?)
John R. Watson
The String Scaling of the Upright Piano by John Clemm(?) in its Historical Context
An Extraordinary Fine Instrument: The Grand Pianoforte of John Michael Berent
Thomas Strange and Alexandra Cade
A Unique Over-the-Shoulder Bugle with Valves and Keys and Its Owner—James Rice, Teacher of Brass Bands
George Foreman and Robb Stewart
Gautrot and his Sarrusophone Revisited: A Multidisciplinary Approach
José-Modesto Diago Ortega
Guido Chigi Saracini, Leandro Bisiach, and Five Bowed String Instruments at the Accademia Musicale Chigiana in Siena
Giorgio Farabegoli and Cesare Mancini
Sounds of Futuristic Nostalgia: The Cultural Legacy of Blade Runner (1982) and the Yamaha CS-80 Synthesizer
The Making the Tunisian ʻŪd ʻArbī Today: Heritage of Craftsmanship and New Directions
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