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Historic Brass Bibliography: N-P (Music Library)

Newsom, John.  "The American Brass Band Movement in the Mid-Nineteenth Century."  In Cipolla and Hunsberger, ed.  The Wind Ensemble and its Repertoire, 77- 94.

Nicholson, Graham.  "Brass Instruments at the Gemeente-Museum in The Hague."  Brass Bulletin 77 (1992): 76-80.

Nicholson, Joseph.  "The History of the Trombone as a Solo Instrument."  ITA Journal 17, no. 3 (Summer 1988): 34-36.

Nourisson, Roger.  "La musique militaire sous le Consulat et l'Empire: Faits d'armes et récompenses [Military music under the Consulate and the Empire: exploits and rewards]."  Batteries-Fanfares 121 (July 1995): 1.

Nourisson, Roger.  "La musique militaire sous le Consulat et l'Empire: Les trompettes [Military music under the Consulate and the Empire: the trumpets]."  Batteries-Fanfares Magazine 119 (January 1995): 13-16.

"Nouvelle invention: Les sudrophones ou saxophones à pistons et à embouchure" [New invention: sudrophones, or saxophones with valves and embouchure].  Larigot: Bulletin de l'Association des Collectionneurs d'Instruments à Vent 8 (September 1990): 4-5.  Facsimile of an advertisement by F. Sudre & Cie that appeared in 1905.

Nuchelmans, Jan.  "Nooit eens lekker in je eentje spelen.  Aan het woord: Charles Toet [Never having the pleasure of playing all by yourself: Charles Toet in conversation]."  Tijdschrift voor oude muziek 6, no. 1 (February 1991): 8-10.  Interview with Charles Toet, sackbut player with the group Concerto Palatino.

Nussbaum, Jeffrey.  "A Conversation with Early Brass Players Susan Addison and David Staff."  Historic Brass Society Newsletter 8 (Summer 1995): 3-11.

Nussbam, Jeffrey.  "Cornetto Discography."  Historic Brass Society Newsletter 8 (Summer 1995): 21-41.

Nussbaum, Jeffrey.  "An Interview with Cornetto Virtuoso Bruce Dickey."  Historic Brass Society Newsletter 4 (Summer 1992): 17-21.

Nussbaum, Jeffrey.  "An Interview with Don L. Smithers."  ITG Journal 13, no. 2 (December 1988): 11-20.

Nussbaum, Jeffrey.  "An Interview with Edward H. Tarr: A Pioneer in Early Brass Music."  Historic Brass Society Newsletter 7 (Fall 1994): 5-10.

Nussbaum, Jeffrey.  "An Interview with Natural Trumpeter Crispian Steele-Perkins."  Historic Brass Society Newsletter 6 (Summer 1994): 10-15.

Nussbaum, Jeffrey.  "A Survey of Modern Cornetto Makers: An Update."  Historic Brass Society Newsletter 6 (Summer 1994): 15-20.  Updates Douglas Kirk, "A Survey of Modern Cornetto Makers and their Work," in issue no. 1.

Odenkirchen, Andreas.  "Blechblasinstrumente in den Bühnenwerken Pergolesis [Brass instruments in the stage works of Pergolesi]."  Studi pergolesiani/Pergolesi Studies 2. Firenze: Nuova Italia, 1988, pp. 89-102.  OCLC 17743445.

Oorschot, Guido van.  "Aha, er is nog niemand die dit kan.  Aan het woord: Bruce Dickey [Aha! There's no one who can do this yet: Bruce Dickey in conversation]."  Tijdschrift voor oude muziek 6, no. 2 (May 1991): 15-17.

Orval, Francis.  "New Symbols for Hand Positions in the Bell for Natural Horn."  Historic Brass Society Journal 2 (1990): 187-89.

Oschmann, Susanne.  "Zur Rezeption von National- und Gattungsstilen in den corno da caccia-Suiten von Jan Dismas Zelenka [On the absorption of national and generic styles in the corno da caccia suites of Jan Dismas Zelenks]."  Archiv für Musikwissenschaft 51, no. 4 (1995): 315-39.

Ouwerkerk, Willem.  "The Town Trumpeters of Delft."  Brass Bulletin 77 (1992): 29-31.

Overton, Friend R.  "The Serpent Orchestration of Joseph Haydn from 1791."  In Internationaler Musikwissenschaftlicher Kongress zum Mozartjahr 1991 Baden-Wien, im Auftrag der Österreichischen Gesellschaft für Musikwissenschaft herausgegeben von Ingrid Fuchs.  Tutzing: Hans Schneider, 1993, vol. 2, pp. 797-814.

Palmer, Philip R.  "In Defense of the Serpent."  Historic Brass Society Journal 2 (1990): 132-86.

Parisi, Susan.  "Musicians at the Court of Mantua during Monteverdi's Time: Evidence from the Payrolls."  In Musicologia Humana: Studies in Honor of Warren and Ursula Kirkendale, ed. Siegfried Gmeinwieser, David Hiley, and Jörg Riedlbauer. Historiae musicae cultores biblioteca, 74.  Firenze: Leo S. Olschki, 1994, 183-208. ISBN 8822242343.  OCLC 32076635.  Includes a number of brass players.

Parks, Raymond.  "Never Travel Without Your Posthorn!"  The Galpin Society Journal 45 (March 1992): 138.

Parks, Raymond.  "The Tuohitorvi: Cornett Survival or Re-Creation?"  The Galpin Society Journal 48 (March 1995): 188-93.

Payne, Ian.  The Provision and Practice of Sacred Music at Cambridge Colleges and Selected Cathedrals c.1547-c.1646: A Comparative Study of the Archival Evidence.  Outstanding Dissertations in Music from British Universities.  New York: Garland, 1993.  OCLC 27222904.  A revision of the author's dissertation (Jesus College, Cambridge, 1990).  Includes references to the use of cornetts and sackbuts.

Pearson, Ian.  "Johann Nepomuk Hummel's `Rescue' Concerto: Cherubini's Influence on Hummel's Trumpet Concerto."  ITG Journal 16, no. 4 (May 1992): 14-20.

Pinnock, Andrew.  "A Wider Role for the Flat Trumpet."  The Galpin Society Journal 42 (August 1989): 105-11.

Pinnock, Andrew, and Bruce Wood.  "Counterblast on English Trumpets."  Early Music 19, no. 3 (August 1991): 437-43. Another 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.

Pirker, Michael.  "The Looped Trumpet in the Near East."  RIdIM Newsletter 18, no. 1 (Spring 1993): 3-8.

Pirker, Michael.  "Pictorial Documents of the Music Bands of the Janissaries (Mehter) and the Austrian Military Music." RIdIM/RCMI Newsletter 15, no. 2 (Fall 1990): 2-12.

Pitzka, Hans.  See Symposion, "Mozarts Hornkonzerte."

Polekh, Ludmilla.  "On the Problem of Improvisation Technique in Modern Performance Practice (A Study of Mozart's Concertos for the Horn)."  Horn Call 20, no. 1 (October 1989): 41-46.

Polk, Keith.  "Augustein Schubinger and the Zinck: Innovation in Performance Practice."  Historic Brass Society Journal 1 (1989): 83-92.

Polk, Keith.  German Instrumental Music of the Late Middle Ages: Players, Patrons, and Performance Practice.  Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 1992.  OCLC 24428986.

Polk, Keith.  "Innovation in Instrumental Music 1450- 1510: The Role of German Performers within European Culture."  In Music in the German Renaissance, 202-14.

Polk, Keith.  "Patronage and Innovation in Instrumental Music in the 15th Century."  Historic Brass Society Journal 3 (1991): 151-78.

Polk, Keith.  "Patronage, Imperial Image, and the Emperor's Musical Retinue: On the Road with 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, 89-106.  ISBN 3900590141.  OCLC 26624900.

Polk, Keith.  "The Schubingers of Augsburg: Innovation in Renaissance Instrumental Music," in Quaestiones in musica: Festschrift für Franz Krautwurst zum 65. Geburtstag, ed. Friedhelm Brusniak and Horst Leuchtmann.  Tutzing: Hans Schneider, 1989, pp. 495-503.  [OCLC 21961902]  Concerns a family of musicians who, breaking with tradition, played both loud and soft instruments.

Polk, Keith.  "The Trombone, the Slide Trumpet and the Ensemble Tradition of the Early Renaissance."  Early Music 17, no. 3 (August 1989): 389-97.

Polk, Keith.  "Voices and Instruments: Soloists and Ensembles in the 15th Century."  Early Music 18, no. 2 (May 1990): 179-98.  Includes more on the Schubingers, as well as other cornetto and sackbut players.

Polomik, Tünde.  "Quellen zur Erforschung der Tätigkeiten und Rollen von Militärorchestern in Bosnien und Herzegowina zur Zeit der österreichisch-ungarischen Verwaltung (1878-1918) [Sources for the investigation of the activities and roles of military orchestras in Bosnia and Herzegovina at the time of the Austro-Hungarian administration]."  Studia Musicologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 32 (1990): 383-408.

Pöschl, Josef.  "Notizen zur Entwicklung der österreichischen Jagdhornmusik = Brief History of Hunting Horn Music in Austria."  Brass Bulletin 80 (1992): 77-80.

Pöschl, Josef.  Das österreichische Jagdhornbläserbuch [The Austrian hunting horn book].  Graz, Austria: H. Weishaupt, 1990.

Poulin, Pamela.  "A View of Eighteenth-Century Musical Life and Training: Anton Stadler's `Musick Plan.'"  Music & Letters 71, no. 2 (May 1990): 215-24.  Concerns Stadler's recommendations for the curriculum for a music school in Hungary in 1800.  Includes suggestions for the size and constitution of a chamber ensemble and a wind Harmonie or Tafelmusik.

"Praetorius on Performance: Excerpts from Syntagma Musicum III."  Trans. Hans Lampl; selected with commentary by S.E. Plank.  Historic Brass Society Journal 6 (1994): 244-68.

Proesmans, Klaartje.  "Muziek aan het hof van Albrecht en Isabella 1598-1621.  Deel I: De hofkapel van de aartshertogen en het religieuze hofceremonieel [Music at the Court of Albrecht and Isabella (1598-1621).  Part I: The court chapel of the archdukes and the religious court ceremonial]."  Musica Antiqua 6, no. 2 (May 1989): 82-86.

Pyle, Robert W., Jr.  "A Computational Model of the Baroque Trumpet and Mute."  Historic Brass Society Journal 3 (1991): 79-97.

Pyle, Robert W., Jr., and Robinson Pyle.  "The Modern Baroque Trumpet."  Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 95, no. 5, part 2 (May 1994): 2912 (abstract).

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