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Historic Brass Bibliography: L-M (Music Library)

Landers, Harvey J., Jr.  The Horn in Selected Symphonies of Anton Bruckner.  Ph.D. dissertation, Texas Tech University, 1990.  [OCLC 25677933]

Landmann, Ortrun.  "The Dresden Hofkapelle during the Lifetime of Johann Sebastian Bach."  Early Music 17, no. 1 (February 1989): 17-30.

Landmann, Ortrun.  "Die Entwicklung der Dresdener Hofkapelle zum `klassischen' Orchester. Ein Beitrag zur Definition dieses Phänomens [The development of the Dresden court capelle into the `Classical' orchestra. A contribution to the definition of this phenomenon]."  Basler Jahrbuch für historische Musikpraxis 17 (1993): 175-90.

Lane, G.B.  "Brass Instruments Used in Confederate Military Service During the American Civil War."  Historic Brass Society Journal 4 (1992): 71-86.

Lapie, Raymond.  "The Braun Brothers: Two Names, One Method."  ITA Journal 23, no. 1 (Winter 1995): 30- 31.

Lapie, Raymond.  "Sigismund Neukomm (1778-1858) and the Trombone." Brass Bulletin 75 (1991): 30-34.

Lapie, Raymond.  "The Trombone and Chamber Music in France, 1800-1910."  Brass Bulletin 76 (1991): 74-81.

Larkin, Chris.  "Félicien David's Nonetto en ut mineur: A New Discovery and New Light on the Early Use of Valved Instruments in France."  Historic Brass Society Journal 5 (1993): 192-202.

Lasocki, David.  "The Bassanos' Maker's Mark Revisited."  The Galpin Society Journal 46 (March 1993): 114-19.

Lasocki, David.  "The Levashers and the Le Vachers."  The Galpin Society Journal 45 (March 1992): 111-13.  Suggests a link between the Lavashers in England and the Le Vachers in France; both families included musicians and instrument makers.

Lasocki, David, with Roger Prior.  The Bassanos: Venetian Musicians and Instrument Makers in England, 1531-1665.  Aldershot, Hampshire: Scolar Press; Brookfield, VT: Ashgate Publishing, 1995.  ISBN 0859679438.  OCLC 31435127 or 32922316.

Lawson, Graeme.  "Medieval Trumpet from the City of London, II." The Galpin Society Journal 44 (March 1991): 150-56.  The first part, by Graeme Lawson and Geoff Egan, appeared in 41 (October 1988): 63-66.

Lawson, Graeme, and Geoff Egan.  "Medieval Trumpet from the City of London."  The Galpin Society Journal 41 (October 1988): 63-66.  See also the article by Webb.

Leclerc, Anne-Sophie.  "The Discoveries at Fassy House at Larchant."  Historic Brass Society Journal 6 (1994): 24-31.

Lemaître, Edmond.  "L'Orchestre dans le théâtre lyrique français chez les continuateurs de Lully 1687-1715" [The orchestra of the French opera under the successors of Lully, 1687-1715].  "Recherches" sur la musique française classique 26 (1988-1990): 83-131.  Includes comments on the trumpet and horn (pp. 102-05).

Lemaître, Edmond.  "Les sources des Plaisirs de l'Isle enchantée [The sources of Plaisirs]."  Revue de musicologie 77, no. 2 (1991): 187-200.  Includes a list of the musicians who performed in the Plaisirs, an extravaganza given at the court of Louis XIV in 1664.

Lemmon, Douglas C.  "Music for Wind Ensembles from the Oettingen-Wallerstein Music Collection."  NACWPI Journal 37, no. 2 (Winter 1988-1989): 27-36.

Lengová, Jana.  "Militärmusik und Musikleben in Bratislava/Pressburg in der zweiten Hälfte des 19. Jahrhunderts [Military music and musical life in Bratislava/Pressburg in the second half of the nineteenth century]."  In Suppan, ed.  Kongressbericht Feldkirch/Vorarlberg 1992, 223-34.

Lengová, Jana.  "Die Musiksammlung des Militärkapellmeisters Karl Kaspar Richter (1848-1902) in Trenþín [The music collection of the military ensemble director Karl Kaspar Richter (1848-1902) in Trenþín]."  In Kongressbericht Abony/Ungarn 1994, ed. Wolfgang Suppan.  Alta Musica, 18.  Tutzing: Hans Schneider, 1996, 335-52.

Levin, Robert D.  Who Wrote the Mozart Four-Wind Concertante?  Stuyvesant, N.Y.: Pendragon Press, 1988.  [OCLC 11518780]

Lewis, H.M.  "Antique Cornets and Other Frustrations: A Performer's Guide to Cornets by the C.G. Conn Company, 1888-1911."  ITG Journal 19, no. 4 (May 1995): 39-46.

Lewis, H.M.  "How the Cornet Became a Trumpet -- The Instruments and Music of a Transitional Period in American Music: 1880-1925." ITG Journal 16, no. 1 (September 1991): 17-23, 26.

Lewis, Michael.  "Solo Trombone Performances at the Gewandhaus in the 18th [recte 19th] Century."  ITA Journal 20, no. 3 (Summer 1992): 27-32.

Lewis, Michael E.  Solo Trombone Performances at the Gewandhaus in the Nineteenth Century: A Lecture Recital, Together with Three Recitals of Selected Works of G. Jacobs, S. Sulek, E. Bloch, C. Wagenseil, W. Ross, G. Pergolesi, T. George, F. Hidas, J. Albrechtsberger and Others.  D.M.A. thesis, North Texas State University, 1990.  [OCLC 23102587]

Lienhard, Daniel.  "Das Naturhorn in Paris [The natural horn in Paris]."  Basler Jahrbuch für historische Musikpraxis 15 (1991): 81-115.

Lijnschooten, Henk van.  Woordenboek voor de blasmuziek: Dictionary of windmusic.  Wormerveer, Holland: Molenaar's Muziekcentrale, 1989.  [OCLC 24289067]  In Dutch, English, French, and German.

Lindell, Robert.  "Music and Patronage at the Court of Rudolf II."  In Music in the German Renaissance: Sources, Styles, and Contexts, ed. John Kmetz.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994, 254-71.  ISBN 0521440459.  OCLC 28962775 or 32698040.  Includes a section on the court trumpeters (some of whom played trombones, etc.).

Lindell, Robert.  "The Wedding of Archduke Charles and Maria of Bavaria in 1571."  Early Music 18, no. 2 (May 1990): 253-69.

Lionnet, Jean.  "Une `mode française' à Rome au XVIIe siècle [A `French manner' in Rome in the 17th century]." Revue de musicologie 77, no. 2 (1991): 279-90.  Includes information on the use of trumpets in Roman church music.

Littger, Klaus Walter.  Musik in Eichstätt: Beiträge zur Geschichte der Hofmusik und Katalog [Music in Eichstätt: contributions to the history of the court music; catalog].  Schriften der Universitätsbibliothek Eichstätt, 12.  Tutzing: Hans Schneider, 1988.  [OCLC 21159302]  Includes biographical information on the court musicians, among them 1 cornett player, 7 horn players, and no fewer than 57 trumpeters.

Lomas, Michael John.  Amateur Brass and Wind Bands in Southern England Between the Late Eighteenth Century and circa 1900, 2 vols.  Ph.D. thesis, Open University (Great Britain), 1990.

Lomas, Michael J.  "Secular Civilian Amateur Wind Bands in Southern England in the Late Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries." The Galpin Society Journal 45 (March 1992): 78-98.  Largely taken from his Ph.D. dissertation, Amateur Brass and Wind Bands in Southern England between the Late Eighteenth Century and Circa 1900 (Open University, 1990).

Lowrey, Alvin.  Lowrey's International Trumpet Discography, 2 vols.  Columbia, S.C.: Camden House, 1990.  [OCLC 20419549]

Lumsden, Alan.  The Sound of the Sackbut.  Edinburgh: Edinburgh University College of Historic Musical Instruments, 1988. [OCLC 18747416]

Macaluso, Rosario.  "Brass Playing in Belgium: School of Trumpet in Liège."  Brass Bulletin 88 (1994): 38-42; 89 (1995): 74-81; 90 (1995): 8-21.

MacCracken, Thomas G.  "Further Observations on Bach's Use of the Horn: A Reply to Bertil H. van Boer, Jr."  The Horn Call Annual 2 (1990): 97-104.  See also the reply by Boer, pp. 105-113.

MacCracken, Thomas G.  "Nochmals: Die Verwendung der Blechblasinstrumente bei J.S. Bach.  Erwiderung auf Don L. Smithers' `Kritische Anmerkungen' [Once more: the use of brass instruments in the music of J.S. Bach.  Reply to Don L. Smithers' `critical remarks']."  Bach-Jahrbuch 78 (1992): 123-30.  The continuation of MacCracken's article "Die Verwendung der Blechblasinstrumente bei J.S. Bach unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der Tromba da tirarsi," 70 (1984): 59-84, and Smithers' reply, "Die Verwendung der Blechblasinstrumente bei J.S. Bach unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der Tromba da tirarsi. Kritische Anmerkungen zum gleichnamigen Aufsatz von Thomas G. MacCracken," 76 (1990): 37-51.

Madeja, James T.  "Herbert T. Clarke: His Contribution to the Revitalization of the American Band of Providence."  Journal of Band Research 28, no. 2 (Spring 1993): 1-10.

Madeuf, Jean-François.  "La trompette naturelle [The natural trumpet]."  Batteries-Fanfares 113 (July 1993): 12-13.

Mallett, Edward K.  "The Double-Bell Euphonium: The History of a Forgotten Instrument."  TUBA Journal 21, no. 3 (Spring 1994): 24-28.

Mandate Against the Unauthorized Playing of Trumpets and Beating of Military Kettledrums Dated the 23rd of July in the year 1711.  English Translation and Commentary by Edward H. Tarr. Supplement to ITG Journal 16, no. 1 (September 1991). Includes a facsimile of the Saxon Mandat wieder das unbefugte Trompeten-Blasen und Heer-Paucken-Schlagen de dato den 23. Julii Anno 1711.  [OCLC 24519845]

Mangsen, Sandra.  "Ad Libitum Procedures in Instrumental Duos and Trios."  Early Music 19, no. 1 (February 1991): 29-40.  Concerns those published in Italy (primarily Venice and Bologna) between 1600 and 1675.

Manson, David Ross.  The Use of the Trombone in the Chamber Sonatas of Matthias Weckmann.  D.M.A. dissertation, Catholic University of America, 1989.

Marshall, Robert L.  "Mozart's Unfinished: Some Lessons of the Fragments."  Mozart-Jahrbuch 1991, 910-21.  Includes a discussion of the horn concerto in E-flat, K. 370b/371.

Martínez, José de Juan.  "José de Juan Martínez' Método de Clarín (1830)."  Introduction and translation by Beryl Kenyon de Pascual.  Historic Brass Society Journal 5 (1993): 92-106.

Martinéz, José de Juan.  Método de clarín.  Reprint of 1830 edition, ed. Beryl Kenyon de Pascual.  Madrid: Alpuerto, for Real Conservatorio de Música de Madrid, 1990.  Text in Spanish with editorial summary in English.

Marx, Josef.  "An Introduction to Mozart's 12 Duos for Two French Horns (K. 487)."  Horn Call 19, no. 1 (October 1988): 49-65.  Written October 1947.

Mathez, Jean-Pierre.  "Evolution of the Trumpet Ensembles."  Brass Bulletin 94 (1996): 33-36.

Mathez, Jean-Pierre.  "Henri Selmer Paris."  Brass Bulletin 86 (1994): 60-68.

Mathez, Jean-Pierre.  "The Natural Horn: An Amazing Renaissance." Brass Bulletin 84 (1993): 8-11.  Followed by a report on the Internationales Naturhorn Festival Essen, 7-12 September 1993 (pp. 12-22).  The program for the festival, described as "a minor masterpiece of introduction to the natural horn," is available from Oliver Kersken, Heinrich-Lersch-Strasse 16, D-40959 Düsseldorf, Germany.

Mathez, Jean-Pierre.  "Royal College of Music London."  Brass Bulletin 86 (1994): 10-20.  Includes a short interview with Peter Bassano, the Head of Brass.

Mattfeld, Victor H.  "The Use of Instruments in the Music of Henrich Schütz."  The American Organist 22, no. 3 (March 1988): 65-69.  See also the reply by Edwards, cited above.

Matthyssens, Xavier.  "Godard à bout des autres souffles" [Godard out of other breaths (a pun on "à bout de souffle," or "breathless")].  Jazz Magazine no. 391 (March 1990): 22-23.  Interview with Michel Godard about his jazz (?) serpent album "Le chant du serpent."

Mayer, Fred J.  The Jazz Process: Brass Bands to Swing Bands.  Music in Detroit, 1850-1930.  M.A. thesis, Michigan State University, 1995.  OCLC 33930361 and 33930369.

Mazzola, Sandy R.  "Chicago Concert Bands at the Turn of the Century."  Journal of Band Research 29, no. 1 (Fall 1993): 1-13.

McCann, John R.  "The Cornett: A Maker's Perspective." Historic Brass Society Newsletter 4 (Summer 1992): 15-16.

McCann, John.  "A Cornett Odyssey."  Historic Brass Society Journal 3 (1991): 33-42.  Discusses a dozen cornetts from the same workshop or circle, probably in seventeenth-century Germany.

McCann, John R.  "The Cornettino in Italy?"  The Early Brass Journal 4 (July 1988): 1-3.

McCann, John R.  "Crotalis I: Serpens in Desertis." Historic Brass Society Newsletter 5 (1993): 2-3.  On making a cornett in the form of a slithering snake.

McCann, John Lawrence.  A History of Trumpet and Cornet Pedagogy in the United States, 1840-1942.  D.M. thesis, Northwestern University, 1989.  [OCLC 22944852 or 23718958]

McCann, John R.  "Snakes, Trees and Flames: A Discussion of Venetian Curved Cornett Decorations."  Historic Brass Society Journal 1 (1989): 101-07.

McCullough, David M.  "The Horn Quartet: An Historical Perspective on the Evolution of the Genre and a Survey of Works Composed Since 1950."  The Horn Call Annual 3 (1991): 31-48.  Derived from his D.M.A. thesis, Performance and Stylistic Aspects of Horn Quartets by Hindemith, Tippett, Bozza, Heiden, and Reynolds (University of Georgia, 1990) [OCLC 22976714].

McElhinney, Michael.  "Hunters, Horses, and Horns."  The Horn Call 25, no. 2 (February 1995): 23-27.

McGowan, Keith.  "The World of the Early Sackbut Players: Flat or Round?"  Early Music 22, no. 3 (August 1994): 441-66.

McGrattan, Alexander.  "The Trumpet in Funeral Ceremonies in Scotland and England during the 17th Century."  Historic Brass Society Journal 7 (1995): 168-84.

Meckna, Michael.  Twentieth-Century Brass Soloists. Bio-critical Sourcebooks on Musical Performance.  Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1994. ISBN 0313264686.  OCLC 28222067.  Includes two players of historical brass instruments, Don Smithers and Edward Tarr.

Merryweather, James.  "York Music": The Story of a City's Music from 1304 to 1896.  York: Sessions Book Trust, The Ebor Press [Huntington Road, York YO3 9HS, England], 1988.  [OCLC 19268885]  About the York Waits.

Meucci, Renato.  "Il cimbasso e gli strumenti affini nell'ottocento italiano [The cimbasso and related instruments in 19th-century Italy]."  Studi verdiani 5 (1988-1989): 109-62.  Concerns the cimbasso or corno basso, oficleide a chiavi e a macchina, bombardone e pelittone, trombone contrabbasso "Verdi," and basso tuba.

Meucci, Renato.  "On the Early History of the Trumpet in Italy." Basler Jahrbuch für historische Musikpraxis 15 (1991): 9-34.

Meucci, Renato.  "The Pelitti Firm: Makers of Brass Instruments in Nineteenth-Century Milan."  Historic Brass Society Journal 6 (1994): 304-33.  Italian version as "Una famiglia di costruttori di ottoni: i Pelitti a Milano nel XIX secolo [A family of brass makers: the Pelitti in Milan in the 19th century]."  I fiati no. 9 (December 1995/January 1996): 52-59; no. 10 (February-March 1996): 42-47.

Meucci, Renato.  "Roman Military Instruments and the Lituus."  The Galpin Society Journal 42 (August 1989): 85-97.

Meyer, Christian.  "Un inventaire des livres et des instruments de musique de la chapelle des Comtes de Montbélaird (1555) [An inventory of the music books and musical instruments of the chapel of the counts of Montbélaird (1555)]."  Fontes artis musicae 38, no. 2 (April-June 1991): 122-29.  Includes eight cornetts.

Moens-Haenen, Greta.  Das Vibrato in der Musik des Barock: ein Handbuch zur Aufführungspraxis für Vokalisten und Instrumentalisten [Vibrato in the music of the Baroque: a handbook on performance practice for singers and instrumentalists].  Graz, Austria: Akademische Druck- und Verlagsanstalt, 1988.  [OCLC 17734531]  Sections "Das Vibrato auf Blechblasinstrumenten [Vibrato on brass instruments]," pp. 125-26; "Der Tremulant auf Blechblasinstrumenten [The tremulant on brass instruments]," pp. 137-38.

Möller, Dirk.  Besetzung und Instrumentation in den Opern Georg Friedrich Händels [Scoring and instrumentation in the operas of George Frideric Handel].  Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 1989.  From a Hamburg University dissertation of 1988.

Molino, Stefano.  "Gabriele Cassone."  I fiati 2, no. 4 (February-March 1995): 30- 35.  Interview with Cassone, who plays natural as well as modern trumpet.

Montagu, Jeremy.  The French Horn.  Princes Risborough, Buckinghamshire: Shire Publications, 1990.  [OCLC 21560466]

Mössmer, Günter.  "Funktion und Bedeutung des Feldspils der Landsknechte zur Zeit Maximilians I [The role and meaning of the Feldspil (field playing) of mercenaries in the time of Maximilian I]."  In Walter Salmen, ed.  Musik und Tanz zur Zeit Kaiser Maximilian I.: Bericht über die am 21. und 22. Oktober 1989 in Innsbruck abgehaltene Fachtagung. Innsbruck: Helbling, 1992, 47-58.  ISBN 3900590141.  OCLC 26624900.

Müller, Thomas.  "Stopping Technique in the Mozart Horn Concertos."  Brass Bulletin 62 (1988): 29-35.  Includes a translation of a modified version of his article listed under Symposion, "Mozarts Hornkonzerte," below.

Müller-Dombois, Richard.  "Der Beitrag Frankreichs zur europäischen Bläserkultur: Musiker, Instrumentenbauer und Komponisten" [The contribution of France to European wind instrument life: musicians, instrument makers, and composers].  Das Orchester 38, no. 11 (November 1990): 1148-52.

Museu de la Música: 1/Catàleg d'instruments [Barcelona museum of music: catalogue of instruments].  Barcelona: Ajuntament de Barcelona, [1991?].  ISBN 8476094558.  OCLC 27173768.

Musikgeographie: weltliche und geistliche Bläsermusik in ihren Beziehungen zueinander und zu ihrer Umwelt: Tagungsband des Symposiums 1990 [Music geography: secular and sacred wind music in their relationships to one another and to their milieu: proceedings of the 1990 symposium], ed. Manfred Büttner, Wolfgang Schnabel, and Klaus Winkler.  Abhandlungen zur Geschichte der Geowissenschaften und Religion / Umwelt-Forschung, 6.  Bochum: Universitätsverlag Dr. N. Brockmeyer, 1991- [OCLC 24411265]  Includes articles by Hartmut Beck, Manfred Büttner, W. Kornder, Wolfgang Schnabel, and Klaus Winkler (q.v.).

Die Musikinstrumentensammlung des Kölnischen Stadtmuseums [The musical instrument collection of the Cologne city museum].  Bearbeitet von Helmut Hoyler mit Beiträgen von Detlef Altenburg und Christoph Dohr.  Herausgeber: Werner Schäfke.  Beiträge zur rheinischen Musikgeschichte, 147.   Cologne: Kölnisches Stadtmuseum, 1993.  ISBN 3927396540. Includes essays by Detlef Altenburg, "Musikinstrumentenbau in Köln [Musical instrument making in Cologne]," and Christoph Dohr, "Die Instrumentensammlung des Musikwissenschaftlichen Instituts zu Köln [The instrument collection of the musicological institute of Cologne]."

Myers, Arnold, and Raymond Park.  "Brasswinds in the Edinburgh University Collection of Historical Musical Instruments."  Brass Bulletin 85 (1994): 10-19.

Myers, Arnold, and Angela Cartledge.  Catalogue of the Brass Musical Instruments in the Collections of Bradford Art Galleries and Museums.  Keighley, West Yorkshire: Cliffe Castle Museum (Spring Gardens Lane), 1991.

Myers, Arnold, and Trevor Herbert.  Catalogue of the European Wind and Percussion Instruments in the Cyfarthfa Castle Museum Collection.  Cyfarthfa Park, Merthyr Tydfil (Mid-Glamorgan CF47 8RE, Wales): Cyfarthfa Castle Museum and Art Gallery, 1990.  [OCLC 24709951]

Myers, Arnold, and Raymond Parks.  "How to Measure a Horn."  The Galpin Society Journal 48 (March 1995): 193-99.

Myers, Herbert W.  "Slide Trumpet Madness: Fact or Fiction?" Early Music 17, no. 3 (August 1989): 383-89.

Myers, Arnold, and Frank Tomes.  "PCB Cornets and Webster Trumpets: Rudall Carte's Patent Conical Bore Brasswind."  Historic Brass Society Journal 7 (1995): 107-22.



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