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by Eszter Fontana

Free eBook --Pleasures for both eye and ear--: Musical instruments of five centuries download ISBN: 3980457427
Author: Eszter Fontana
Publisher: Musikinstrumenten-Museum der Universität Leipzig (1998)
Language: English
Pages: 95
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Eye and Ear- : Musical Instruments of Five Centuries. Format Book 95 pages. Publication date 01 Jan 1998. Publisher seum der Universitat Leipzig.

Pleasures for Both Eye and Ear- : Musical Instruments of Five Centuries. By (author) Eszter Fontana.

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'Timeless Melodies: Musical Boxes and Automatic Musical Instruments of the . Musical boxes were originally designed to please both the eye and the ear.

'Timeless Melodies: Musical Boxes and Automatic Musical Instruments of the 19th and 20th Centuries,'' at the Stedman Gallery of the Rutgers-Camden Center for the Arts, offers a fascinating look at those early days of recorded sound. The ''Clown Mask Seller'' was undoubtedly mesmerizing, with its five moving masks that have articulated eyes.

The soundboards of seventeenth-century Flemish and French harpsichords .

The soundboards of seventeenth-century Flemish and French harpsichords, spinets, and virginals are frequently decorated with painted floral, animal, and ornamental motifs. Such decoration is very specific to this part of the instrument, and there are still many open questions regarding its aesthetics, as well as its technique and conservation.

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Outer Ear: The auricle (pinna) has no function in humans. The external acoustic meatus conducts sound vibrations from the external enviroment to the tympanic membrane (eardrums), which is involved in hearing only. Middle Ear: The ossicles, which span the tympanic cavity, conduct vibrations received from the tympanic membrane to the oval window& fluids of the inner ear. The pharyngotympanic tube allows middle ear pressures to be equalized with those of the atmosphere. Involved in hearing only -Inner Ear: Semicircular canals, vistibule, cochlea are all part of the bony labyrinth.

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