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1989 Historic Brass Society Newsletter # 1

A Survey of Modern Cornetto Makers and Their Work by Douglas Kirk

Contemporary Sackbut Makers: An Update by Stewart Carter

Historic Brass Symposium: A Synopsis by Jeffrey Nussbaum

Report on the Early Brass Festival at Amherst

News of the Field, Editor's Message, President's Message, Letters to the Editor, Reviews


1989 Historic Brass Society Journal vol.1 (128 pages)

A New Look at the Evolution of Lip-Blown Instruments:Classical Antiquity Until the End of the Middle Ages - Don Smithers

The Tenor Sackbut of Anton Schnitzer the Elder at Nice by Henry Fischer

Ethics in the Conservation and Preservation of Brass Instruments by Robert Barclay

Augustein Schubinger and the Zinck: Innovation in Performance Practice by Keith Polk

Early Horn Mouthpieces by Richard Seraphinoff

Snakes, Trees and Flames: A Discussion of Venetian Curved Cornett Decorations by John McCann

Il Vero Modo Di Diminuir - Girlamo dalla Casa: A Translation by Jesse Rosenberg

News of the Field, Reviews, President's Message, Editor's Message, Letters to the Editor


1990 Historic Brass Society Newsletter #2

Stalking the Valveless Trumpet: A Report on Natural Trumpet Makers in the USA and Europe by Fred Holmgren

Basel Symposium on Natural Trumpet and Horn by Edward Tarr

Basel Symposium on Natural Trumpet and Horn by Cripian Steele-Perkins

Report on the Second Keyed Brass Conference by Ralph Dudgeon

Report on the Early Brass Festival at Amherst

First International Serpent Festival by Craig Kridel

News of the Field, Editor's Message, President's Message, HBS Financial Report, Letters, Recording and Music Reviews


1990 Historic Brass Society Journal vol.2 (224 pages)

Bach, Reiche, and the Leipzig Collegia Musica by Don Smithers

Trombone Obbligatos in Viennese Oratorios of the Baroque by Stewart Carter

A Brief Overview of Musical Ensembles with Brass Instruments in European Festivals of State by Edmund A. Bowles

Antique Trumpet Mutes by Jindrich Keller (translation)

Antique Trumpet Mutes: A Retrospective Commentary by Don Smithers

Keyed Bugle Method Books:Documents of Transition in 19th Century Brass Instrument Performance Practice and Asthetics in England by Ralph Dudgeon

The Mid-19th Century Brass Band - A Rebirth by Jon Borowicz

In Defense of the Serpent by Philip Palmer

New Symbols for Hand Positions in the Bell for Natural Horn by Francis Orval

A Bibliography of Writings About Historic Brass Instruments, 1988-89 by David Lasocki

News of the Field, Reviews, Editor's Message, President's Message, Letters to the Editor


1991 Historic Brass Society Newsletter #3

Serpent Celebration 1590-1990 by Christopher Monk

Jean Rife: An Interview by Jeffrey Nussbaum

European and American Natural Horn Makers by Richard Seraphinoff

The London Cornett and Sackbut Symposium by Douglas Kirk and Stephen Escher

Report of Two Workshop Weeks with Bruce Dickey and Charles Toet by Sebastian Krause

News of the Field, HBS Financial Report, Book, Music and Recording Reviews, Letters to the Editor, HBS Membership Directory
1991 Historic Brass Society Journal volume 3 (300 pages)

Christopher Monk: 1921-1991 The Purest Serpentist by Clifford Bevan

The Trumpet and the Unitas Fratrum by Ernest H. Gross III

A Bibliography of Writings about Historic Brass Instruments, 1989-1990 by David Lasocki

A Cornett Odyssey by John McCann

Brass Instrument Making in Berlin From The 17th to the 20th Century: A Survey by Herbert Heyde

Mozart's Very First Horn Concerto by Herman Jeurissen

Giovanni Martino Cesare and His Editors by Howard Weiner

The Lives of Hoftrompeter and Stadtpeifer as Portrayed in the Three Novels of Daniel Speer by Henry Howey

A Computational Model of the Baroque Trumpet and Mute by Robert Pyle



L'Accento: In Search of A Forgotten Ornament by Bruce Dickey

Brass Instrument Metal Working Techniques: The Bronze Age to the Industrial Revolution by Geert Jan van der Heide

Patronage and Innovation in Instrumental Music in the 15th Century by Keith Polk

DauvernŽ Trumpet Method 1857: A Complete Translation

News of the Field, Correspondence
1992 Historic Brass Society Newsletter #4 (63 pages)

A Brief Note on Ghizzolo with Transcription of Two Canzonas by Bruce Dickey

The Cornett: A Maker's Perspective by John R. McCann

An Interview with Cornetto Virtuoso Bruce Dickey by Jeffrey Nussbaum

On the Construction of Alphorns: A Maker's Experiences by Philip Drinker

Brahms Horn Trio Op. 40: A Brief Account by Vincente Zarzo

Soli Deo Gloria: Sacsred Music for Brass by Mark J. Anderson

News of the Field, Classified Ads, Cartoons by John Webb, Book, Music, Recording Reviews, HBS Financial Report


1992 Historic Brass Society Journal volume 4 (300 pages)

19th Century British Brass Bands by Trevor Herbert

V.F. Cerveny: Inventor and Instrument Maker by Gunther Joppig

A Business Correspondence From Johann Wilhelm Haas in the Year 1719 by Herbert Heyde

An Examination of the Meifred Horn Method by Jeffrey Snedeker

Virtuosity, Experimentation, and Innovation in Horn Writing from Early 18th Century Dresden by Thomas Hiebert

Analysis of Metals in 17th and 18th Century Brass Instruments by Karl Hachenberg

A Bibliography of Writings About Historic Brass Instrument, 1990-1991 by David Lasocki

The Oldest French Tutor for Slide Trumpet by Friedrich Anzenberger

19th Century Keyed Bugle Players: A Check List by Ralph Dudgeon

Confederate Civil War Brass Band Instruments by G.B. Lane

Bovicelli's Regole, Passaggi Di Musica (1594) translated by Jesse Rosenberg

Dauprat's Horn Method (1824) translated by Jeffrey Snedeker

Trumpet in the Talmud (From Encyclopedia of the Talmud) Shlomo Yosef Zevin

Book Reviews, News of the Field, Letters to the Editor
1993 Historic Brass Society Newsletter # 5 (66 pages)

Crotalis I: Serpens in Desertis by John R. McCann

Gottfried Reiche: 24 Quatricinia Rediscovered (with music transcriptions) by Holger Eichorn

A Brief Report on the State of Affairs at the Ch. Monk Workshops - Jeremy West & Keith Rogers

I'm Almost Shore It's Snow! by David & Julie Edwards

Constructive Research by John Webb

Meet Your Maker: A Round-Table Discussion/Interview

The Apparato musicale (1613) of Amante Franzoni (transcriptions by Ch. Toet) by Bruce Dickey

The Side Embouchure by Yoshimichi Hamada

Conference of Early Music Societies by Stewart Carter

News of the Field, Recording, Book, and Music Reviews, HBS Financial Report, Letters
1993 Historic Brass Society Journal vol. 5 (380 pages)

Method Books for Natural Trumpet in the 19th Century by Friedrich Anzenberger

The Romantic Trumpet by Edward H. Tarr

Georg Von Bertouch and his Sonatas with Trumpet by Anders Hemstršm

Pitches of German, French, and English Trumpets in the 17th & 18th C. Reine Dahlqvist

Method for High-Horn and Low-Horn (translation by Jeffrey Snedeker) by L.F. Dauprat

Lip-Blown Instruments of Ireland Before the Norman Invasion by Peter Downey

JosŽ de Juan Mart’nez's MŽtodo de Clar’n (1830) Intro & Translation by B. Kenyon de Pascual

The Application of Noninvasive Acoustic Measurements to the Design, Manufacture and Reproduction of Brass Wind Instruments by Philip A. Drinker and John M. Bowsher

A Bibliography of Writing About Historic Brass Instruments, 1991-93 by David Lasocki

The Sackbut and Pre-Reformation English Church Music by Trevor Herbert

Girolamo Fantini: Recent Additions to His Biography by Igino Conforzi

Gottfired Reiche's Instrument: A Problem of Classification by Reine Dahlqvist

Fèlicien David's Nonetto En Ut Mneur: A New Discovery and New Light on the Early Use of Valved Instruments in France by Chris Larkin

The First Music For Brass Published in America by Clyde Shive, Jr.

The English Slide Trumpet by John Webb

Small is Beautiful: The Trompe de Lorraine by B. Kenyon de Pascual

Andrè Braun's Gammet Et Mèthode Pour Les Trombonnes: The Earliest Modern Trombone Method Rediscovered ( with complete translation) by Howard Weiner

Alto or Tenor Trombone: Open or Closed Case? by Benny Sluchin

News of the Field and Book and Music Reviews


1994 Historic Brass Society Newsletter # 6 (67 pages)

A view of an Important Horn Collection by Vicente Zarzo

An Interview with Natural Trumpeter Crispian Steele-Perkins by Jeffrey Nussbaum

Survey of Modern Cornetto Makers: An Update by Jeffrey Nussbaum

An Interview with Hermann Baumann by Oliver Kersken

A Systematic Approach to Determinging Instrument Values by Dan Woolpert

Brass Instrument Dating by Serial Numbers by Gordon Cherry

News of the Field, Recording, Book and Music Reviews, HBS Financial Report, Letters


1994 Historic Brass Society Newsletter #7 (92 pages)

An Interview with Edward H. Tarr: A Pioneer in Early Brass Music by Jeffrey Nussbaum

Cornet and Performance Practice: Learning from the Golden-Age Masters by Patricia Backhaus

Dating Trumpets by Serial Numbers Compiled by Henry Reiter

How to Make a Shofar by Michael Albukerk

The Peaceful Bazooka by Jack Hotchkiss

HBS Membership Directory

News of the Field, Recording, Book and Music Reviews, Letters, Classified Ads


1994 Historic Brass Society Journal vol. 6 (417 pages)

The Romantic Trumpet (Part II) by Edward H. Tarr

Cornett Pitch by Bruce Haynes

Method Books for Keyed Trumpet in the 19th Century: An Annotated Bibliography by Friedrich Anzenberger

Errata In Il Terzo Libro Delle Divino Lodi Musicali of Giovanni B. Riccio by Tim Urban

Dart's Dated Drums Dropped by Crispian Steele-Perkins

Praetorius on Performance: Excerpts from Syntagma Musicum III translated by Hans Lampl, with commentary by S.E. Plank

The Pelitti Makers of Brass Instruments in Milan in the 19th Century by Renato Meucci

Early Examples of Mixed-Key Horns and Trumpets in Works of C. Graupner by Thomas Hiebert

A Bibliography of Writings About Historic Brass Instruments, 1992-94 by David Lasocki

The Discoveries at Fassy House by Anne-Sophie Leclerc

The Trumpet Shall Sound: Some Reasons Which Suggest Why Berlioz Altered the Part for Trompette ˆ pistons in his Overture Waverly by Diana Bickley

Girolamo Fantini, Monarch of the Trumpet: Recent Additions in his Work by Igino Conforzi

A Second Miracle at Cana: Recent Musical Discoveries in Veronese's Wedding Feast at Cana by Peter Bassano

The Trompe De Lorraine (Continued) by B. Kenyon de Pascual

Two Trumpet Mutes Recently Acquired by the Germanisches Nationalmuseum NŸrnberg by Dieter Krickeberg and Klaus Martius

Concerning the Clar’n and the Early Clar“nes by Peter Downey

Fantini and Mersenne: Some Additions to Recent Controversies by Peter Downey

Dauprat Horn Method (1824) translation by Jeffrey Snedeker (part III)

Reviews, Letters to the Editor


1995 Historic Brass Socieity Newsletter #8 (106 pages)

A Conversation with Early Brass Players Susan Addison and David Staff by Jeff Nussbaum

An Interview with Herbert Heyde by Peter Ecklund and Jeff Nussbaum

A Collector's Life: An Interview with Ernst W. Buser by Edward Tarr

A Cornetto Discography compiled by Jeffrey Nussbaum

A Survey of Contemporary Makers of Early Trombone compiled by George Butler

An Interview with Ophicleide, Serpent, and Tuba Player Tony George by Richard Robinson

The Wallace Collection's Cyfarthfa Project by John Wallace

News of the Field, Recording, Book, Music Reviews, Letters, Classified Ads
1995 Historic Brass Society Journal vol. 7 (250 pages)

Method Books For Trumpet and Cornet Using Stopped Notes In the 19th c. by Friedrich Anzenberger

Trumpet Style in 17th c. France and the Music of Les Trompettes Du Roy by Peter Downey

Problems in Identification of Archaeoorganological Evidence by Dietrich Hakelberg

The Performance Practice of the Hunting Horn by Eva Heater

A Bibliography of Writings About Historic Brass Instruments by David Lasocki

The Trumpet in Funeral Ceremonies in Scotland During the 17th c. by Alexander McGrattan

PCB Cornets and Webster Trumpets: Rudall Carte's Patent Conical Bore Brasswind by A. Myers and F. Tomes

Andreas Nemetz's Neueste Posaun-Schule: An Early Viennese Trombone Method (translation) by Howard Weiner

The Ophicleide in Spain by B. Kenyon de Pascual

Clarines and Trompetas: Some Further Observations by B. Kenyon de Pascual

Dauprat Horn Method (1824) (translation) by Jeffrey Snedeker (part IV)

Letters to the Editor, Reviews
1996 Historic Brass Society Newsletter #9 (80 pages)

HBS Hosts International Historic Brass Symposium by Jeff Nussbaum

So How Many Holes is a Baroque Trumpet Supposed to Have? by Tim Collins

1996 Survey of Natural Trumpet Makers by Fred Holmgren

No Hot Air Here (interview: Bauguess, Conforzi, Holmgren, Immer, Plunkett, Tarr) by Bob Rieder

A Cacophany of Cornettists (interview:Collver, Dickey, Escher,Kirk, Tubery, West) by Susan Smith

A Conversation with John Wallace and Trevor Herbert by Ralph Dudgeon

Grand Concert? A New Exhibition on New Hampshire Town Bands by Richard Spicer

The First International Altenburg Competition by Anne Hardin

News of the Field, Recording, Book, Music Reviews, Letters, Classified Ads, Financial Report


1996 Historic Brass Society Journal vol. 8 (200 pages)

Knowledge in the Making: Recent Discourse on Bach and the Slide Trumpet by Steven Plank

In Defense of Altenburg: The Pitch and Form of Foreign Trumpets by Matthew Cron

The Reconstruction of a 16th-Century Italian Trumpet by Geert Jan van der Heide

Stopped Notes on the Horn: Some Aesthetic Considerations by William Rogan

Method for High-Horn and Low-Horn by L.F. Dauprat (part V) translated by Jeff Snedeker

A Chance Encounter with a Unicorn? A Possible Sighting of the Renaissance Slide Trumpet by Keith McGowan

Method Books for Slide Trumpet: An Annotated Bibliography by Friedrich Anzenberger

Bibliography of Writings About Historic Brass Instruments: 1995-96 by David Lasocki

Letters to the Editor, Reviews


1997 Historic Brass Society Newsletter # 10 (84 pages)

A Discussion with Brass Players of the Chamber Orchestra of Europe by Douglas Hedwig and Jeff Nussbaum

A Report on Natural Horn Makers World-Wide by Richard Seraphinoff

A Brief History of the Finnish Brass Band by Paul Niemisto

Message from a Cornettists at St. Mark's, dated 1614 by Bruce Dickey

HBS Membership Directory

New of the Field, Recording, Book, Music Reviews, Letters, Classified Ads, Financial Report
1997 Historic Brass Society Journal vol. 9

Anthony Baines: 1912-1997 by Jeremy Montagu

Barrel Bells and Backward Bells: Notes on the History of Loud Wind Instruments by Ross Duffin

Method Books for Valve Trumpet up to 1850: An Annotated Bibliography by Friedrich Anzenberger



Tubatori e Piffari: Civic Wind-Players in Medieval and Renaissance Bergamo by Gary Towne

Brass Band Tradition in Finland by Kauko Karjarjalainen



Crutti, cuslennaig, cornairi - Instrument and Music in Early Medieval Ireland by Peter Downey

Heinrich Stoelzel and Early Valved Horn Technique by John Q. Ericson

Slide Trombone Teaching and Method Books in France 1794-1960 by Benny Sluchin and Raymond Lapie

Dauprat Horn Method (1824) A Translation by Jeffrey Snedeker (part VI)

28 Duests for Two Horns by Carl Haudek Discovered in England by Chris Larkin

Biblography of Writings about Brass Instruments 1996-1997 by David Lasocki

Cron Put His Finger (or a Foot!) on an Important Point by Crispian Steele-Perkins

Comments on Matthew Cron's article In Defense of Altenburg: the Pitch and Form of Foreign Trumpets by Bruce Haynes

Letters to the Editor, Reviews
1998 Historic Brass Society Newsletter # 11 (91 pages)

A Look at the First Ten Years of the Historic Brass Society by Jeffrey Nussbaum

A Conversation with Claude Maury and R.J. Kelley by Peter Ecklund and Jeffrey Nussbaum

Cornetto Discography: Part 2 Compiled by Jeffrey Nussbaum

Sticks and Bones in Britain by Susan Smith

Sackbut, Trombone Player Peter Bassano Talks to Richard Robinson

Checklist of Recent Early Brass Related Recordings by Dave Baum

Giovanni Valentini: Canzona A Doi Cornetto e Trombon transcription by Roland Wilson

Recording, Music, Book Review, News of the Field, Letters to the Editor, Ads
1998 Historic Brass Society Journal vol. 10 (200 pages)

Brass and Percussion Instruments and Players in Vienna 1740-1760 according to the Wiennerisches Diarium by Janet Page

The Complaint Made by the Markneukirchen Brass-Instrument Makers About the Poor Quality of the Brass from the Rodewisch-Niederauerbach Brass Foundry, Saxony, in the Years 1787-1795 by Karl Hachenberg

The Role of the Trombone and its Affekt in the Lutheran Church Music of 17th-Century Saxony by Charlotte Leonard

A New Species of Instrument: The Vented Trumpet in Context by Robert Barclay

Horns and Trumpets in a Treatise by Friedrich Ponsing c. 1800 by Gerhard Stradner

Early Trombones in the Shrine to Music Museum by Stewart Carter

A Bibliography of Writing About Historic Brass Instruments, 1997-98 by David Lasocki

Reviews, Letters to the Editor
1999 Historic Brass Society Newsletter # 12 (93 pages)

Early Brass on the Map: An Interview with Robrt King, Paul McCreech and Andrew Parrott by Susan Smith

Cornetto and Serpent Makers Worldwide by Jeffrey Nussbaum

Public Defender Number One for the Serpent: An Interview with Douglas Yeo by Trevor Herbert and Jeff Nussbaum

An Interview with Hornist Raul Diaz by Alessandro Zaro

Historic Brass Instrument Days - An International Symposium by Jeff Nussbaum

A Symposium on Historic Brass Instruments in Limoges by Edward H. Tarr

German Fanfarenzuege in Former Times and Now by Karl Muenter and Bob Goodman

HBS Membership Directory

HBS Financial Report, News of the Field, Book, Music and Recording Reviews, Classified Ads, Letters to the Editor


1999 Historic Brass Society Journal vol. 11 (245 pages)

On ‘Organology’ A Position Paper by Renato Meucci

Of Handel, London Trumpeters, and Trumpet Music by Donald Burrows

Ferdinand Weinschenk (1831-1910) Pivotal Figure in German Trumpet History by Edward H. Tarr

Giovanni Puzzi and Horn Playing in London’s Orchestras in the 1820s by E. Bradley Strauchen

Mozart’s Concerto for Second Horn: K. 370b and 371 by Andrew Kearns

André Braun’s Gamme et Méthode pour les trombonnes Revisited by Howard Weiner

François René Gebauer’s 50 Leçons pour la Trombonne Basse, Alto & Tenor: The Earliest Book of Etudes for the Trombone by Howard Weiner

The Brass Instrument Collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York by Herbert Heyde

The Ministriles Tradition in Latin America: Part One: South America in the 17th century by Egberto Bermudez

A Bibliography of Writings About Historic Brass Instrument, 1998-99 by David Lasocki

Brief Studies and Reports

Brass Instruments in Colonial America: The Newpaper Sources by Mary jane Corry

The Guitbert Trumpet: A Remarkable Discovery by Pierre-Yves Madeuf, Jean-François Madeuf, Graham Nicholson

Reviews, Communications, President’s Message, Editor’s Message
2000 Historic Brass Society Newsletter # 13 (60 pages)

Pioneers in Early Brass: A Conversation with Ronald Anderson, Martha Bixler, Allan Dean, Arnold Fromme, and Robert Montest by Jeffrey Nussbaum

A Survey of Contemporary Makers of Early Trombones by Howard Weiner and Jeffrey Nussbaum

15th Annual HBS Early Brass Festival by Jeff Nussbaum

Cornetto Symposium in Oxford by Jeffrey Nussbaum

A Checklist of Recent Early Brass-Related Recordings by Dave Baum

Necrologies Robert King by Douglas Yeo and Philip Jones: A Tribute by Elgar Howarth

HBS Financial Report, News of the Field, Book, Music and Recording Reviews, Classified Ads, Letters to the Editor


2000 Historic Brass Society Journal Vol. 12 (217 pages)

On “Organology”: A Position Paper by Arnold Myers

Outstanding Trumpets, Trombones, and Horns in the Musical Instrument Collection of the Historical Museum, Basel by Sabine Klaus

Horns and Trumpets in Byzantium: Images and Tests by Alfred Büchler

The Aftrican American Contribution to the Cornet of the 19th Century: Some Long Lost Names by Richard Schwartz

Abt Vogler on the Horn Parts in Peter Winter’s Symphony in D Minor (1778): A View from Within the Mannheim Orchestra by Daniel Heartz

Waldhorn and Song in the Open Air, 1750-1830 by Walter Salmen

Laßt Lustig die Hörner Erschallen: Resolutions to Two Problems in Horn Performance Practice of the Late 18th Century by Bertil van Boer

The Role of the Trombone and its Affekt in the Lutheran Church Music of 17th-Century Saxony and Thuringia: The Mid- and Late 17th Century by Charlotte Leonard

Giovanni Cellini: Piffero of Florence by Timothy McGee

Trombones, Trumpets, and Cornetti in Florence C. 1500: An Epilogue to Timothy McGee’s Article on Giovanni Cellini by Keith Polk

Theories of Tuning and Ensemble Practice in Italian Dramatic Music of the Early Baroque or Oh Where, Oh Where Have the Wind Instruments Gone? By David Guion

A Bibliography of Writings About Historic Brass Instruments, 1999-2000 by David Lasocki

Brief Studies and Reports

The Sad but Musical End of Trumpeter Carsten Mistleff: Or Hard Times in Stockholm in the 1590s by Ardis Grosjean

Sensation or Forgery? The 1677 Soprano Trombone of Cristian Kofahl by Lars Laubhold

Reviews, Letters to the Editor, President’s Message, Editor’s Message


2001 Historic Brass Society Newsletter #14 (75 pages)

An Interview with Cornetto Player, Maker and Musica Fiata Director, Roland Wilson by Jeffrey Nussbaum

A Survey of Trumpet Makers World-Wide by Jeffrey Nussbaum

A Checklist of Recent Early Bass-Related Recordings by Dave Baum

16th Annual Early Brass Festival: A Report by Jeff Nussbaum

A Discography of Recordings Reviewed in the HBS Newsletter by Graydon Barnum

Reports on Three Historic Brass Symposia in Toronto, Utrecht, and Herne

News of the Field, Recording, Music and Book Reviews, Financial Report, Fun ‘n Games,

Necrologies, Letter to the Editor, President’s Message, March by J. Hyde for 3 Trumpets
2001 Historic Brass Society Journal vol. 13 (277 pages)

Methods of Organology and Proportions in Brass Wind Instrument Making by Herbert Heyde

Benninck Meets Sander: A Comparision of Two Early 17th- Century Trumpets by Markus Raquet and Klaus Martius

Further Mandate Against the Unauthorized Playing of Trumpets [Dresden 1736]: Introduction and Translation by Edward H. Tarr

“Louis Licks” and 19th-Century Cornet Etudes: The Roots of Melodic Improvisation as Seen in the Jazz Style of Louis Armstrong by Peter Ecklund

Horn and Trumpet as Topical Signifiers by Raymond Monelle

The Heyday of the Hand Horn and the Birth of the Valved Horn: A Study of the 19th-Century Technique as Revealed in the Solo Works for Horn by Carl Czerny by Andrew Clark

Roles for the Horn in Danzi’s Trio in F Major, Op. 23 by Kristen S. Hansen

The Soprano Trombone Hoax by Howard Weiner

Serpentists in Charles Wild’s “Choir of the Cathedral of Amiens” (ca. 1826) by Douglas Yeo

Brass Instruments in Small Swedish Wind Ensembles During the late 19th Century by Ann-Marie Nilsson

A Bibliography of Writings About Historic Brass Instruments, 2000-2001 by David Lasocki

Reviews, Communications, President’s Message, Editor’s Message
2002 Historic Brass Society Newsletter #15 (72 pages)

An Interview with Jeremy Montagu by Bradley Strauchen-Scherer

17th Annual HBS Early Brass Festival by Jeffrey Nussbaum

A Brief Discussion on Cornetto Making with Serge Delmas by Marie Garnier-Marzullo

An Approach to Playing the 2nd Brandenbuyrg Concerto by Toshio Shimada

New Facts About Cornetto Playing in 17th-Century Central America by Arno Paduch

A Checklist of Recent Early Brass Related Recordings by Dave Baum

Edward H. Tarr Celebrates his 65th Birthday by Vera Horven

“I Was Born Under a Wand’ing Shofar” by Malcolm Miller

An Interview with Esa Fagerholm, Finnish Sackbut Player by Michael Holmes

Doug Yeo Serpent Activities by Jeffrey Nussbaum

HBS Session at 2002 IMS Meeting by Jeffrey Nussbaum

HBS Financial Report, News of the Field, Book, Music and Recording Reviews, Classified Ads, Letters to the Editor
2002 Historic Brass Society Journal vol. 14 (500 pages)

More Thoughts on the Discipline of Organology by Sabine Klaus

The Minstrel School in the Late Middle Ages by Rob Wegman

The Roman Bucina: A Distinct Musical Instrument? by John Ziolkowski

Zorzi Trombetta and the Band of Piffari and Trombones of the Serenissima: New Documentary Evidence by Rodolfo Baroncini

The Shofar and its Symbolism by Malcolm Miller

Remnants of Some Late-Sixteenth-Century Trumpet Ensemble Music by Michael Gale

The Trumpet in Restoration Theatre Suites by Alexander McGrattan

Mozart’s Use of Horns in Bb and the Question of Alto-Basso in the Eighteenth-Century by Paul Bryan

The Status of Brass Musicians and Dance Musicians in the Sixteenth to Eighteenth Centuries by Walter Salmen

Beethoven’s Equali (Woo 30): A New Perspective by Howard Weiner

The Salem Cornetts by Stewart Carter

The Venomous Affair of the First Serpent Method by Benny Sluchin

A Brief History of Piston-Valved Cornets by Niles Eldredge

Brasswind Innovation and output of Boosey & Co.. in the Blaikley Era by Arnold Myers

Cornets in the Brussels Musical Instrument Museum: A Survey and Checklist of an Outstanding Collection by Gery Deumoulin

A Bibliograph of Writings about Historic Brass Instruments, 2001-2002 by David Lasocki

The Perry George Lowery/Scott Joplin Connection: New Information on An Important African American Cornetist by Richard Schwartz

Reviews, Communications, President’s Message, Editor’s Message
2003 Historic Brass Society Newsletter # 16 (56 pages)
An Interview with Jean-Pierre Canihac and Marie Garnier-Marzullo by Jeffrey Nussbaum

18th Annual HBS Early Brass Festival: A Report by Jeffrey Nussbaum

In the Footsteps of the Old Nuremburg Makers by Sabine K. Klaus

Fifth Maryland Early Brass Festival: A Report by David Baum

A Checklist of Recent Early Brass Related Recordings by Dave Baum

Building the “Squarpent” by Paul Schmidt

News of the Field

Book, Music, Film, and Recording Reviews, Communications, Financial Report


2003 Historic Brass Society Journal vol. 15 (381 pages)

Organology Again: This Time, Ethno-Organology by Jeremy Montagu

Russian Silver Trumpets: Musical Instruments and Battle Decorations by Edward Tarr

Brasswind Manufacturing at Boosey & Hawkes, 1930-59 by Arnold Myers

The “Catholic” Fingering – First Valve Semitone Reversed Valve Order in Brass Instruments and Related Valve Constructions by Joe R. Utley and Sabine K. Klaus

The Shout Band Tradition in the Southeastern United States by Matthew A. Hafar

Reversed Chirality in Horns, or is Left Right? The Horn, on the Other Hand by Richard Martz

The Paradigm of Industrial Thinking in Brass Instrument Making During the Nineteenth Century by Ignace De Keyser

Assante Ivory Trumpets in Time, Place, and Context, an Analysis of a Field Study by Joseph Kaminski

What Handel Taught the Viennese about the Trombone by David Guion

The Eulogies of Fame to the Trumpet by Angelo Tarachia and Giovanni Battista Pirazzoli translated by Don Smithers with Introductory Preface

Bibliography of Writings about Historic Brass Instruments, 2002-2003 compiled by David Lasocki

Louis Armstrong’s First Cornet? By Jeffrey Nussbaum, Niles Eldredge, and Robb Stewart

Reviews, President’s Message, Christopher Monk Award


2004 Historic Brass Society Newsletter #17 (50 pages)

An Interview with Robert Hazen by Stanley Curtis

19th Annual HBS Early Brass Festival at Yale University Report by Jeff Nussbaum

20th Annual HBS Early Brass Festival at Oberlin College Report by Jeff Nussbaum

HBS Declamation vs. Lyricism Symosium

Metropolitan Museum Brass by Jeff Nussbaum

A Checklist of Recent Early Brass Related Recordings by Dave Baum

Cabell-Beckinridge Band Plays Hunley Sailors Home

HBS Iconography Session in New York by Jeff Nussbaum

2003 Monk Award Presented to Renato Meucci

News of the Field, Book, Music, Recording, Film Reviews, Necrology: Ernst Buser

President’s Message, Editor’s Message, HBS 2003 Financial Report, Letters


2004 Historic Brass Society Journal vol. 16 (152 pages)

Zorzi Trombetta da Modon and the Founding of the Band of Piffari and Tromboni of the Serenissima by Rodolfo Baroncini

A Possible Mid-Seventeenth-Century Source of Music for the Soprano Trombone by Peter Downey

Wind Instruments in the Anglo-German Consort Repertoire, Ca. 1630-40: A Survey of Music by Johann Schop and Nikolaus Bleyer by Arne Spohr

The Doubtful Authenticity of Mozart’s Horn Concerto K. 412 by Benjamin Perl

The Köhler Family of Brasswind Instrument Makers by Lanace Whitehead and Arnold Myers

Bibliography of Writings About Historic Brass Instruments, 2003-2004 by David Lasocki

Reviews, President’s Message, Christopher Monk Award, Editor’s Message


2005 Historic Brass Society Newsletter #18 (65 pages) * Last printed edition

HBS Financial Report 2004 by John Benoit, Treasurer

President’s Message by Jeffrey Nussbaum

An Interview with Trumpeter and Embouchure Instructor Robert Civiletti by Jeff Nussbaum

21st Annual HBS Early Brass Festival, A Report by Jeff Nussbaum and Mike O’Connor

Early Jazz Brass Conference

Seventh Maryland Early Brass Festival, A Report by Dave Baum

Some Experience and Reflections on Playing the Baroque Trumpet by Jean-François Madeuf and Graham Nicholson

Book, Music, Record Reviews, News of the Field, Necrologies, Frederick Fennell
2005 Historic Brass Society Journal vol. 17 (146 pages)

Silver or Gold: The Color of Brass Instruments in the Late Middle Ages by Timothy J. McGee

Evidence of the Emerging Trombone in the Late Fifteenth Century: What Iconography May Be Trying to Tell Us by Herbert W. Myers

When is an Alto Trombone an Alto Trombone: When is a Bass Trombone?- The Makeup of the Trombone Section in 18th Century and Early 19th Century Orchestras by Howard Weiner

Brief Studies and Reports: Friedheim’s Reservoir: A Failed Precursor to the Trombone Water Key by Howard Weiner

Brass Research Chronicle Curtis Janssen and a selection of outstanding brasses at the Fiske Museum, The Claremont Colleges, California by Albert R. Rice

Bibliography of writings about historic brass instruments: 2004-2005 compiled by David Lasocki

Communications, Editor’s Message, President’s Message, Monk Award Announcement


2006 Historic Brass Society Journal vol.18 (116 pages)

W. Brown & sons: A Nearly Forgotten Name in British Brass Making by John Humphries

Fanny Hensel Meets the Boys in the Band: The Brass Transcriptions of Gartenlieder, OP. 3 by Marian Wilson Kimber

Brief Studies and Reports: The “Qint-Terz-Tenor” Trombone: An Enigma Solved by Howard Weiner

An Italian Translation of Eugene Roy’s Method for Keyed Trumpet by Albert Rice

Brass Research Chronicle: Beethoven’s Brass Players: New Discoveries in Composer-Performer Relations by Theodore Albrecht

Bibliography of Writings About Historic Brass Instruments, 2005-2006 Compiled by David Lasocki

President’s Message, Monk Award Announcement, Reviews, Communications


2007 Historic Brass Society Journal vol. 19 (144 pages)

Transmuting Silver into Gold: Cautionary Notes on the Iconography and Symbolism of Silver Trumpets by Randall Rosenfeld

The Schnitzer Family of Nuremberg and a Newly Rediscovered Trombone by Markus Raquet and Klaus Martius

A Window on the Horn in Early 19th century Italy: The Brevi Cenni of Giovanni Simone Mayr by Gabriele Rochetti

Theodore Hoch: The “Much Beloved Solo Cornetist of Bilse’s Capelle” by Edward H. Tarr

Bibliography of Writings about Historic Brass Instruments, 2006-2007 Compiled by David Lasocki

Reviews, Obituary William Waterhouse 1931-2007, President’s Message, Monk Award Announcement, Communications
2008 Historic Brass Society Journal vol. 20 (254 pages)

The Cornett and the “Orglishe Art”: Ornamentation in early 16th-century Germany by Jamie Savan

A Newly Discovered Source of French Hunting Horn Signals, Ca. 1666 by Stuart Chaney

A Fresh Look at “Some Ingenious Mechanical Contrivance”-The Rodenbostel/Woodham Slide Trumpet by Sabine K. Klaus

Buhl, Dauverné, Kresser, and the Trumpet in Paris, Ca. 1800-1840 by Bryan Proksch

Adolphe Sax: Visionary or Plagiarist? By Eugenia Mitroulia and Arnold Myers

Winds of Change: Technology, Pedagogy, and Disaster in the Making of Sam Morgan’s Jazz Band by Bruce Raeburn

The Entertainment Value of Novelty: Women Brass Musicians on the Vaudeville Stage by Joanna Ross Hersey

Brass Research Chronicle: Bands and Cornet Soloists at the St. Louis World’s Fair of 1904 by Richard and Iris Schwartz

Bibliography of Writings about Historic Brass Instruments, 2007-2008 Compiled by David Lasocki

Reviews, President’s Message, Monk Award Announcement, Communications
2009 Historic Brass Society Journal vol. 21 (145 pages)

Se La Face Ay Pale and the Loud Band of the 15th-century by Kenneth Kreitner

New Light on the Early History of the Keyed Bugle Part I: The Astor Advertisement and Collins v. Green by David Lasocki

Trombone Slide Lubrication and Other Practical Information for Brass Players in Joseph Fröhlich’s Musikschule (1813) by Howard Weiner

The Mounted Band and Field Musicians of the U.S. 7th Cavalry During the Time of the Plains Indian War by Bruce Gleason

Technological Study of a Byzantine Trumpet Bell by Kilian Anheuser

Bibliography of Writings about Historic Brass Instruments, 2008-2009 Compiled by David Lasocki

Reviews, President’s Message
2010 Historic Brass Society Journal vol. 22 (139 pages)

Trombone Glissando: A Case Study in Continuity and Change in Brass Instrument Performance Idioms by Trevor Herbert

New Light on the Early History of the Keyed Bugle Part II: More on England and Ireland; The United States by David Lasocki

Haydn: The Horn, the Hunt, and Hand-Stopping by J. Drew Stephen

Farewell to the Kidshifter: The Decline of the G Bass Trombone in the UK 1950-1980 by Gavin Dixon

An 18th-Century Congolse Horn in the Shape of a Cornett by Ignace De Keyser



Bibliography of Writings about Historic Brass Instruments, 2009-2010 Compiled by Eva Heater

Review, President’s Message


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