2 edition of A Snetzler chamber organ of 1761 found in the catalog.
A Snetzler chamber organ of 1761
John T. Fesperman
1970 by Smithsonian Institution Press ; [for sale by the Supt of Docs.] in Washington .
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 53-56.
|Statement||John T. Fesperman.|
|Series||Smithsonian studies in history and technology -- no. 8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||56 p. :|
|Number of Pages||56|
PREFACE. On the close of the Every-Day Book, which commenced on New Year’s Day, , and ended in the last week of , I began this work.. The only prospectus of the Table Book was the eight versified lines on the title-page. They appeared on New Year’s Day, prefixed to the first number; which, with the successive sheets, to the present date, constitute the volume now in the reader’s. The Cooley genealogy the descendants of Ensign Benjamin Cooley, an early settler of Springfield and Longmeadow, Massachusetts; and other members of the family in America by Mortimer E. Cooley. Published by The Tuttle publishing company, inc. in Rutland, Vt. By , there were moves afoot again to replace the organ. Records show that the Corporation of Ludlow received a handsome gift of the sum of £ from Henry Arthur, Earl of Powis, to erect a new organ, and the work was placed in the hands of John Snetzler. The work was completed by
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A Snetzler chamber organ of 1761 book chamber organs and their music --Chamber organs: an English musical vogue --Imported organs in colonial America --English influences on American makers --German influences --Lost treasures --John Snetzler's exports to North America --Snetzler organs now in the United States --Dr.
Samuel Bard's chamber organ in New York. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Fesperman, John T. Snetzler chamber organ of (DLC) (OCoLC) Named Person: John Snetzler; John Snetzler; John Snetzler.
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Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" Author: John T Fesperman. A SNETZLER CHAMBER ORGAN OF The chamber organ described in this booklet was acquired by the Division of Musical Instruments in from descendants of the original owner, Dr.
Samuel Bard () of New York and Hyde Park. Signed and dated "John Snetzler fecit Londini ," it is both a fine example of the work of England's most.
John T. Fesperman (Janu Charlotte, NC, USA – June 2, Mitchellville, MD, USA) was an American conductor, organist and author of several books on to he worked at the Division of Musical Instruments at the National Museum of History and Technology, part of the Smithsonian Institution.
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