7 edition of The keyed bugle found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 245-259) and index.
|Statement||by Ralph T. Dudgeon.|
|LC Classifications||ML960 .D83 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 267 p. :|
|Number of Pages||267|
|LC Control Number||92040030|
In Winchester, Keat built keyed bugles and some valve brasses but died in at the age of He had sold the shop to Graves in and it is known that he suffered an extended illness. The first photo shows a Bb keyed bugle, from Mark Elrod's collection, made by Keat in Winchester and is believed to be a very early example. Keyed or Kent bugle. A keyed bugle circa s by Cowlan. Manchester. 6Six brass keys. Copper body. All complete and in good general condition. Some .
Bb Keyed Bugle Replica with Nickel Trim. This was one of the last keyed bugles that I made and the only Bb in copper with nickel trim. The interesting story to be told here is producing a product for a demand that is almost non-existent. In , when I set about tooling up for making these, the only other new keyed bugles available were being. There Keat built keyed bugles and some valve brasses but died in at the age of He had sold the shop to Graves in and it is known that he suffered an extended illness. The first photo on the left shows a Bb keyed bugle, from Mark Elrod's collection, made by Keat in Winchester and is believed to be a very early example.
This second edition of a definitive work on the keyed bugle includes an enlarged performance practice section for beginning students, plus new listings of performers, makers, and sellers of key bugles. There are new chapters on the acoustics of keyed bugles and on bugle Book Edition: Second Edition. The ophicleide was invented in and patented in by French instrument maker Jean Hilaire Asté (also known as Halary or Haleri) as an extension to the keyed bugle or Royal Kent bugle family. It was the structural cornerstone of the brass section of the Romantic orchestra, often replacing the serpent, a Renaissance instrument which was Classification: Keyed brass, Brass instrument.
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Ralph Dudgeon's The Keyed Bugle provides a clear picture of the instrument's history, repertoire and beautifully presented edition contains a wealth of information about the original design and development of the keyed bugle and its use in Europe and the United States, along with many fascinating and often amusing is clear from page one that Ralph Dudgeon has done a 5/5(2).
The keyed bugler's companion: A method for the B flat and E flat keyed bugle Spiral-bound – by Ralph Thomas Dudgeon (Author)Author: Ralph Thomas Dudgeon.
Chapters consist of: The Keyed Bugle in Europe, The Keyed Bugle in the United States, The Revival, Methods, Literature, Performance Practice, Performers, Makers and Sellers, and a final chapter on Acoustics Construction Styles.
The book 4/5(1). Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: The definitive study of The keyed bugle book keyed bugle and its role in European and American music in the 19th century. "The Keyed Bugle puts the best of current research on the instrument into book form and provides the collector, performer, and serious music student with a clear picture of the instrument's history, repertoire, and technique."--Jacket.
Free 2-day shipping. Buy The Keyed Bugle at nd: Ralph T Dudgeon. Most of what I have learned has come from Ralph Dudgeon's great book "The Keyed Bugle, 2nd Edition" and available through Amazon.
Key points that match this to the Markneukirchen area of Germany are the banding at the joints, the square box with ears over the third key, and the "flamingo" shape The keyed bugle book the fourth key.
Also, be sure to check out Dudgeon’s definitive book on the keyed bugle and Reine Dahlqvist’s booklet on the keyed trumpet. Most recently, Bryan Proksch has published two fascinating articles in the and issues of the Historic Brass Society Journal concerning Weidinger, the keyed trumpet, and his relationship with Haydn.
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Bogle reveals his key to getting more out of investing: low-cost index funds/5(). Ralph Dudgeon's The Keyed Bugle provides a clear picture of the instrument's history, repertoire and beautifully presented edition contains a wealth of information about the original design and development of the keyed bugle and its use in Europe and the United States, along with many fascinating and often amusing is clear from page one that Ralph Dudgeon has done a Price: $ This book is the definitive study of the keyed bugle and its role in European and American music in the 19th century.
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A beautiful silver bugle with eleven keys in high E-flat (NMM ) in the Joe R. and Joella F. Utley Collection, though, has now given up its secrets.
This keyed bugle is engraved with the name of the maker and also the workshop which commissioned its manufacture: Made by / E. WRIGHT, / FOR / Allen & Co. / Boston. Elbridge G. Wright ( Ralph Dudgeon's book, "The Keyed Bugle", is the definitive work on the subject. Still, the 1st edition had many errors, and in the 2nd edition Dudgeon has corrected those errors in addition to expanding the scope of the book.
2 people found this helpful5/5. Keyed Bugle in Eb by E.G. Wright. Elbridge G. Wright started building brass instruments in the s and moved to Boston by where he made a speciality of making the small Eb keyed bugles, designed by Henry Sibley of that city.
These became the solo instrument of brass bands that were being formed all over the US. 6 keyed bugle. robb stewart. 6 eb 6 keyed bugle # maker unknown. 's's. eb 6 keyed bugle. potter london. 's's. 6 keyed bugle. This new edition of The Keyed Bugle is an expansion rather than a revision of the first edition.
The performance practice discussion has been extended to cater to the needs of the reader who wishes to learn the instrument.
All chapters contain new information, and the chapters on Performers, Makers and Sellers have been extensively expanded. An additional chapter offers an explanation of the.
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Ralph Dudgeon's book, "The Keyed Bugle", is the definitive work on the subject. Still, the 1st edition had many errors, and in the 2nd edition Dudgeon has corrected those errors in addition to expanding the 5/5.
"The Keyed Bugle comes with an additional straight crook and mouthpiece that tunes to Bb high pitch A= The pigtail crook seems to tune to high pitch A and may be missing an additional small crook that fits between the pigtail and the mouthpiece.
Author Dudgeon, Ralph Thomas, Title The keyed bugle / Ralph T. Dudgeon. Format Book Edition 2nd ed. Published.Keyed Bugle Method Books:Documents of Transition in 19th Century Brass Instrument Performance Practice and Asthetics.Define keyed bugle. keyed bugle synonyms, keyed bugle pronunciation, keyed bugle translation, English dictionary definition of keyed bugle.
or n a bugle that has keys to make it possible to play a chromatic scale. keyed bugle or key-bugle. n (Instruments) a bugle that has keys to make it possible to play a chromatic scale.