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Historic Brass Bibliography: H-I (Music Library)

Habla, Bernhard.  Besetzung und Instrumentation des Blasorchesters seit der Erfindung der Ventile für Blechblasinstrumente bis zum zweiten Weltkrieg in Österreich und Deutschland [Players and instrumentation of the wind orchestra from the invention of the value for brass instruments to World War II in Austria and Germany], 2 vols.  Alta Musica: eine Publikation der Internationalen Gesellschaft zür Erforschung und Förderung der Blasmusik, 12.  Tutzing: Hans Schneider, 1990.  [OCLC 22621745]  Originally a Dr.Phil. dissertation, Karl-Franzens Universität Graz, Austria, 1989.

Habla, Bernhard.  "Das Repertoire von Militär-Blasorchestern vor dem ersten Weltkrieg: gezeigt am Notenbestand des `bosnisch-herzegowinischen Infanterie-Regiments Nr. 4' [The repertory of the military wind band before World War I: as demonstrated by the music inventory of the 4th Bosnian-Herzegovinian infantry regiment]." In Bernhard Habla, ed. Festschrift zum 60. Geburtstag von Wolfgang Suppan. Tutzing: Hans Schneider, 1993, 349-75.  ISBN 3795207401.  OCLC 28969796.

Habla, Bernhard.  "Carl Maria von Webers Oberon-Ouverture in gedruckten Bearbeitungen für Bläser- und Blasorchesterbesetzungen [Carl Maria von Weber's Oberon Overture in printed arrangements for wind and wind-orchestra forces]."  In Kongressbericht Abony/Ungarn 1994, ed. Wolfgang Suppan.  Alta Musica, 18.  Tutzing: Hans Schneider, 1996, 205-44.

Habla, Bernhard, ed.  Kongressberichte Oberschützen/Burgenland 1988, Toblach/Südtirol 1990. Alta musica, 14.  Tutzing: Hans Schneider, 1992.  OCLC 26701496 or 27105880.  Includes the following relevant articles: Jon R. Piersol, "The Current State of Wind Band Research in the United States" (87-107); Fanie Jooste, "Der deutsche Einfluss auf die abendländische Blasmusik Südafrikas von 1652 bis 1902" [German influence on the Western wind music of South Africa, 1652-1902; includes English summary] (109-39); Raoul F. Camus, "The Influence of Italian Bandmasters on American Band Music" (141-57); Clyde S. Shive, Jr., "The Wind Band in the United States, 1800 to 1825" (159-79); Clyde S. Shive, Jr., "Wind Music in Philadelphia in the First Decades of the Nineteenth Century" (181-91); Giovanni Ligasacchi, "Amilcare Ponchielli und die Blasmusik [Amilcare Ponchielli and wind music]" (209-15); Gunther Joppig, "Musikerlehrbriefe des 18. und 19. Jahrhunderts [Musicians' letters of apprenticeship of the 18th and 19th centuries]" (217-36); Jirí Sehnal, "Die Harmoniemusik in Mähren von 1750 bis 1840 [Harmonie music in Moravia from 1750 to 1840]" (237-83).

Hachenberg, Karl.  "Der Werkstoff Messing im mitteleuropäischen Instrumentenbau vom 16. bis Ende des 18. Jahrhunderts [The raw material brass in middle European instrument making from the 16th to the end of the 18th century]."  Instrumentenbau Zeitschrift 44, no. 9 (September 1990): 17-24.  English translation as "Brass in Central European Instrument-Making from the 16th Through the 18th Centuries."  Historic Brass Society Journal 4 (1992): 229-52.

Hajdinjak, Reinhard, and Bernhard Habla.  Solo-Trompete und Blasorchester: Verzeichnis von über 500 Solowerken für Trompete(n) und Blasorchester [Solo trumpet and wind orchestra: catalogue of over 500 solo works for trumpet(s) and wind orchestra].  Werke für Soloinstrumente und Blasorchester, 1. Vienna: Musikverlag Johann Kliment, 1991.  ISBN 3851390016.  OCLC 29940110.

Hakelberg, Dietrich.  "A Medieval Wind Instrument from Schlettwein, Thuringia."  Historic Brass Society Journal 7 (1995): 185-96.

Halsell, George Kay.  North Italian Sacred Ensemble Music of the First Third of the Seventeenth Century Calling for Participation by One or More Trombones: An Annotated Anthology with Historical Introduction and Commentary.  D.M.A. thesis, University of Texas at Austin, 1989.

Hamada, Yoshimichi.  "The Side Embouchure."  Historic Brass Society Newsletter 5 (1993): 29-30.

Hanlon, Kenneth M.  The Eighteenth-Century Trombone: A Study of its Changing Role as a Solo and Ensemble Instrument.  D.M.A. thesis, Peabody Conservatory of Music, Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University, 1989.

Hanna, Len.  "The Baroque Trumpet."  Continuo 12, no. 3 (June 1988): 2-5.  Includes an interview with Fred Holmgren.

Harper, Thomas.  Instructions for the Trumpet.  Facsimile of the 1837 edition, with commentary on the life of Harper by John Webb and Scott Sorenson; foreword by John Webb.  Homer, New York (5745 US Route 11, Homer, NY 13077): Spring Tree Enterprises, 1988.  [OCLC 18492312]

Harris, Noreen Elizabeth.  "Concerto for Trombone" by Georg Christoph Wagenseil: An Analysis and Performance Practice Study.  M.M. thesis, California State University, Long Beach, 1990.  [OCLC 22602374]

Havlikova, Helena.  "Past and Present of Brass in Czechoslovakia." Brass Bulletin 78 (1992): 12-75.

Haynes, Bruce.  "Cornetts and Historical Pitch Standards."  Historic Brass Society Journal 6 (1994): 84-109.

Hazen, Margaret Hindle.  Register of the Hazen Collection of Band Photographs and Ephemera, ca. 1818-1931.  Washington, D.C.: Archives Center, National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution, 1990.  [OCLC 22119577]  Available free of charge.

Hazen, Robert M.  "Parisian Cornet Solos of the 1830s and 1840s: The Earliest Solo Literature for Valved Brass and Piano."  ITG Journal 19, no. 4 (May 1995): 35- 38.

Heartz, Daniel.  "Leutgeb and the 1762 Horn Concertos of Joseph and Johann Michael Haydn."  Mozart-Jahrbuch 1987/88: 59-64.

Heater, Eva Marie.  "Early Hunting Horn Calls and their Transmission: Some New Discoveries."  Historic Brass Society Journal 7 (1995): 123-41.

Heide, Geert Jan van der.  "Brass Instrument Metalworking Techniques: The Bronze Age to the Industrial Revolution." Historic Brass Society Journal 3 (1991): 122-50.

Heide, Geert Jan van der.  "Reconstructie van een bijzondere Italiaanse trompet van de vindplaats Scheurrak SO1 [Reconstruction of a special Italian trumpet from the Scheurrak SO1 site]."  In vis en visgangst: inleidigen gehouden tijdens het zevende Glavimans symposion Vlaardingen, 23 April 1992, ed. Reinder Reinders and Mette Bierma.  Groningen, 1994, 107-14.  Offprints available from Afdeling Archeologie Onder water, Rijksdienst voor het Oudheidkundig Bodemonderzoek, Eikenlaan 239, NL-2404 BP Alphen aan den Rijn, The Netherlands.  Concerns a trumpet made by Lissandro Milanese in Genoa in 1589 and its reconstruction.

Heidler, Manfred.  "Materialen zur Geschichte von Tenorhorn und Bariton [Documents on the history of the tenor and baritone horns]."  In Kongressbericht Abony/Ungarn 1994, ed. Wolfgang Suppan.  Alta Musica, 18.  Tutzing: Hans Schneider, 1996, 245-59.

Heim, David Bruce.  Practical Tuning, Temperament, and Conditioning for Hornists and Other Wind Instrumentalists: Understanding and Attaining Intonational Flexibility in Musical Performance.  M.M. thesis, The University of Tulsa, 1990.

Helenius-Öberg, Eva.  "Dem vi för vår la hålla: De kejserliga trumpetarprivilegiernas tillämpning i Sverige under 1600- och 1700-talet."  Svensk Tidskrift för Musikforskning 73 (1991): 69-84.  In Swedish with English summary (pp. 83-84).  Concerns a dispute between Conrad Caspar Kuhlau, a trumpeter at the Swedish Court, and the Trumpeters' Society in 1726.  Discusses the royal trumpeters' privileges.

Hemström, Anders.  "Georg von Bertouch and his Sonatas with Trumpet."  Historic Brass Society Journal 5 (1993): 22-28.

Herbert, Trevor.  "The Sackbut and Pre-Reformation English Church Music."  Historic Brass Society Journal 5 (1993): 146-58.

Herbert, Trevor.  "The Sackbut in England in the 17th and 18th Centuries."  Early Music 18, no. 4 (November 1990): 609-16.

Herbert, Trevor.  "Victorian Brass Bands: The Establishment of a `Working Class Musical Tradition.'"  Historic Brass Society Journal 4 (1992): 1-11.

Herbert, Trevor, ed.  Bands: The Brass Band Movement in the 19th and 20th Centuries.  Open University Press [c/o Taylor & Francis Group, 1900 Frost Road, Suite 101, Bristol, PA 19007-1598], 1991.  [OCLC 22419912]

Hermann, Hans.  See Schlemm, Horst Dietrich.

Heslip, Malcolm.  Nostalgic Happenings in the Three Bands of John Philip Sousa.  Rev. ed.  Westerville, OH: Integrity Press, 1992.  ISBN 0918048095.  OCLC 27828054.  Originally published by the author, Laguna Hills, CA, 1982.

Heyde, Herbert.  "Brass Instrument Making in Berlin from the 17th to the 20th Century: A Survey."  Historic Brass Society Journal 3 (1991): 43-47.

Heyde, Herbert.  "A Business Correspondence from Johann Wilhelm Haas in the Year 1719."  Historic Brass Society Journal 4 (1992): 45-56.

Heyde, Herbert.  "The Early Berlin Valve and an Unsigned Tuba at the Shrine to Music Museum."  Journal of the American Musical Instrument Society 20 (1994): 54-64.

Heyde, Herbert.  Historische Musikinstrumente der Staatlichen Reka-Sammlung am Bezirksmuseum Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder): Katalog [Historical musical instruments of the Reka national collection at the Viadrina district museum, Frankfurt an der Oder: catalog].  Leipzig: VEB Deutscher Verlag für Musik; Wiesbaden: Breitkopf & Härtel, 1989.  [OCLC 21721011 or 22469397]

Heyde, Herbert.  "Instrumentenkundliches über Horn und Trompete bei Johann Sebastian Bach [Instrument properties of the horn and trumpet in Johann Sebastian Bach]," in Johann Sebastian Bachs historischer Ort, herausgegeben im Auftrag des Forschungskollektivs "Johann Sebastian Bach" an der Universität Leipzig von Reinhard Szeskus.  Bach-Studien, 10.  Wiesbaden and Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, 1991, pp. 250-65.  [OCLC 24243803]

Heyde, Herbert.  Musikinstrumentenbau in Preussen [Music instrument making in Prussia].  Tutzing: Hans Schneider, 1994.  ISBN 3795207207.  OCLC 33291262.

Heyde, Herbert.  "Restaurierung eines seltenen Signalhorns [The restoration of a rare signal horn]."  Brass Bulletin 74 (1991): 76-78.  Concerns a French instrument of the 1830s.

Heydenreich, Johann Christian.  "Ein Trompeterzeugnis aus dem Jahre 1762 [A trumpeter's testimonial from the year 1762]."  Das Orchester 37, no. 5 (May 1989): 513.

Heyder, Bernd.  "Die Leipziger Stadtpfeiferinstrumente in Bachs Kirchenmusik (Teil 1) [The Leipzig Stadtpfeifer instruments in Bach's church music (Part 1)]."  Concerto: Das Magazin für Alte Musik 91 (March 1994): 24-30.  Treats Bach's use of the cornet, trombone, trumpet, and horn in his Leipzig church music.

Hiebert, Tom.  "A Discography of Instrumental Compositions for Natural Horn from the Baroque."  The Horn Call 23, no. 1 (October 1992): 25-30.

Hiebert, Thomas.  "Early Examples of Mixed-Keyed Horns and Trumpets in Works of C. Graupner."  Historic Brass Society Journal 6 (1994): 231-43.

Hiebert, Thomas.  The Horn in Early Eighteenth-Century Dresden: The Players and their Repertory.  D.M.A. thesis, University of Wisconsin--Madison, 1989.  [OCLC 20871882]

Hiebert, Thomas.  "Virtuosity, Experimentation, and Innovation in Horn Writing from Early 18th-Century Dresden."  Historic Brass Society Journal 4 (1992): 112-59.

Hilfiger, John Jay.  "Funeral Marches, Dirges, and Wind Bands in the Nineteenth Century."  Journal of Band Research 28, no. 1 (Fall 1992): 1-20.

Hilfinger, John Jay.  "Who Composed `Haydn's Second Horn Concerto'?"  The Horn Call Annual 5 (1993): 1-6.

Hiller, Albert.  "Finger-holes in Post Horns: An Explanation." The Galpin Society Journal 43 (1990): 161-64.  See also the companion article by David Rycroft, cited below.

Hiller, Albert.  Music for Trumpets from Three Centuries (c. 1600 - after 1900): Compositions for 1-24 (Natural) Trumpets with and without Timpani.  Translated by Richard A. Lister.  Cologne Music Series, Part 1-3.  Köln: Wolfgang G. Haas--Musikverlag Köln, 1993.  Includes all three volumes from the original German version: 1 (17th Century, The Beginning), 2 (18th Century, The Golden Age), and 3 (19th Century, The Turning Point).

Hiller, Albert.  Trompetenmusiken aus drei Jahrhunderten (ca. 1600 bis nach 1900): Kompositionen für 1 bis 24 (Natur-) Trompeten mit und ohne Pauken.  Band 1: 17. Jahrhundert, die Anfänge [Trumpet musics from three centuries (ca. 1600 - after 1900): compositions for 1-24 (natural) trumpets with and without timpani.  Vol. 1: 17th century, the beginnings]. Kölner Musikbeiträge, 1.  Cologne: Wolfgang G. Haas- Musikverlag, 1991.  [OCLC 25104282]

Hiller, Albert.  Trompetenmusiken aus drei Jahrhunderten (ca. 1600 - nach 1900): Kompositionen für 1 bis 24 (Natur-) Trompeten mit und ohne Pauken.  Band 3: 19. Jahrhundert, die Krisenzeit.  Kölner Musikbeiträge, 3.  Köln: Wolfgang G. Haas--Musikverlag Köln, 1992.  OCLC 26214453.

Hiller, Albert.  "Unknown Trumpet Works Which Deserve Attention: Anon. (Early Classical) Concerto in D Major for Trumpet, Strings, B.C., The `Washington Trumpet Concerto.'"  Brass Bulletin 73 (1991): 122-23.  Briefly describes a manuscript concerto in the possession of the Library of Congress (MUSIC 3262 ITEM 1).

Historic Musical Instruments in the Edinburgh University Collection: Catalogue of the Edinburgh University Collection of Historic Musical Instruments.  I: The Illustrations, ed. Arnold Myers.  Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Collection of Historic Musical Instruments, 1990.  [OCLC 23467302]

Historic Musical Instruments in the Edinburgh University Collection: Catalogue of the Edinburgh University Collection of Historic Musical Instruments.  Vol. 2, Part H, Fascicle I: Horn and Bugles, ed. Arnold Myers.  Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Collection of Historic Musical Instruments, 1992.  ISBN 0907635199.  OCLC 30895041.

Historic Musical Instruments in the Edinburgh University Collection: Catalogue of the Edinburgh University Collection of Historic Musical Instruments.  Vol. 2, Part H, Fascicle II: Cornets and Tubas, ed. Arnold Myers.  Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Collection of Historic Musical Instruments, 1994.  ISBN 9097635245.  OCLC 32132164.

Historic Musical Instruments in the Edinburgh University Collection: Catalogue of the Edinburgh University Collection of Historic Musical Instruments.  Vol. 2, Part H, Fascicle III: Trumpets and Trombones, ed. Arnold Myers.  Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Collection of Historic Musical Instruments, 1993.  OCLC 30813709.

Hoefs, Peter.  "The Horns of the Furstlich-Hohenzollernschen [sic] Sammlungen in the Castle Sigmaringen, Germany." The Horn Call 23, no. 2 (April 1993): 51-52.

Hofer, Achim.  Blasmusikforschung: eine kritische Einführung [Wind music research: a critical introduction]. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 1992.  ISBN 3534110838.  OCLC 26966311.

Hofer, Achim.  "Gedanken zur Ästhetik von Blas- und Bläsermusik [Thoughts on the aesthetic of wind music and wind musicians' music]."  In Bernhard Habla, ed.  Festschrift zum 60. Geburtstag von Wolfgang Suppan.  Tutzing: Hans Schneider, 1993, 265-73.  ISBN 3795207401.  OCLC 28969796.

Holman, Peter.  "English Trumpets -- A Response."  Early Music 19, no. 3 (August 1991): 443.  A reply to Peter Downey's article "What Samuel Pepys Heard on 3 February 1661: English Trumpet Style under the later Stuart Monarchs," 18, no. 3 (August 1990): 417-28.

Holman, Peter.  Four and Twenty Fiddlers: The Violin at the English Court 1540-1690.  Oxford and New York: Clarendon Press, 1993.  ISBN 019816145X.  OCLC 27265398.  Much incidental information on wind musicians and music.

Holmgren, Fred.  "1996 Survey of Natural Trumpet Makers."  Historic Brass Society Newsletter 9 (Summer 1996): 15-19.

Holmgren, Fred.  "Stalking the Valveless Trumpet."  Historic Brass Society Newsletter 2 (Summer 1990): 5-8.  An annotated listing of modern makers of such trumpets.

Hopfner, Rudolf.  "Kunsthistorisches Museum, Wien: Die Sammlung alter Musikinstrumente nach der Wiedereröffnung [Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna: the collection of early musical instruments after the reopening]."  Das Musikinstrument 44, no. 8 (August 1995): 54-57.

Horn, Geoffrey Clark.  Dual "Urlinien" in the Concerto Practice of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, as Demonstrated in the Three Concerti in E flat for Horn and Orchestra: K. 417, K. 447, and K. 495. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Michigan, 1989.

Horvath, Roland.  "Geschichte und Entwicklung der Wiener Blechbläserschule."  In Klang und Komponist: Ein Symposion der Wiener Philharmoniker: Kongressbericht, ed. Otto Biba and Wolfgang Schuster.  Tutzing: Hans Schneider, 1992, pp. 283-92. OCLC 28069945.

Horwood, Wally.  Adolphe Sax 1814-1894: His Life and Legacy.  3rd ed.  Baldock, Hertfordshire: Egon Publishers, 1992.

Howey, Henry.  "The Lives of Hoftrompeter and Stadpfeiffer as Portrayed in Three Novels of Daniel Speer." Historic Brass Society Journal 3 (1991): 65-78.

Huber, Renate.  Verzeichnis sämtlicher Musikinstrumente im Germanischen Nationalmuseum Nürnberg [Catalog of the complete musical instruments in the German National Museum, Nuremberg].  Taschenbücher zur Musikwissenschaft, 109. Wilhelmshaven: Florian Noetzel Verlag/"Heinrichshofen-Bücher," 1989.  [OCLC 21559593]  Pp. 301-60 on brass instruments.  Brief descriptions; no pictures.

Hughes, Willam Martin.  The Trombone in Performance of the Bass-Solo Canzonas of Girolamo Frescobaldi.  Ph.D. dissertation, University of Maryland, College Park, 1988.  [OCLC 19956414 or 20568924]

Hunsberger, Donald.  "The Wind Ensemble Concept."  In Cipolla and Hunsberger, ed.  The Wind Ensemble and its Repertoire, 6- 56.

Ischer, Robert.  "Early Music: A New Approach with Bruce Dickey." Brass Bulletin no. 67 (1989): 56-61.  Interview.



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