EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY COLLECTION OF HISTORIC MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS

CATALOGUE OF THE COLLECTION

Volume 2 Part B Fascicle ii: Lutes, Citterns and Guitars

Return to Menu of Addenda and Corrigenda

Details of the Catalogue of the Collection

Addenda and Corrigenda to existing entries

(List including recently added items)

p.8 (3249) Illustration references: CAMPBELL, D.M. et al., 2004,
Musical Instruments: History, Technology, and Performance of
Instruments of Western Music, Oxford: Oxford University Press, p.290
Figure 9.2b

p.9 (1596) Specific literature references: SAYCE, L., 2001, The
development of Italianate continuo lutes, PhD thesis, The Open
University, pp.182-183.

p.10 (1051) Specific literature references: SAYCE, L., 2001, The
development of Italianate continuo lutes, PhD thesis, The Open
University, pp.35-37.

p.11 (300) Specific literature references: SAYCE, L., 2001, The
development of Italianate continuo lutes, PhD thesis, The Open
University, pp.33-35, 38.
Illustration references: SAYCE, L., 2001, The development of
Italianate continuo lutes, PhD thesis, The Open University,
pp.254-255.

p.13 (303) Illustration references: MARTIN, D.P., 2006, `The Early Wire
Strung Guitar'. Galpin Society Journal LIX p.252.

p.15 (3374) Illustration references: MARTIN, D.P., 2006, `The Early Wire
Strung Guitar'. Galpin Society Journal LIX p.252.

p.19 (1584) Illustration references: CAMPBELL, D.M. et al., 2004,
Musical Instruments: History, Technology, and Performance of
Instruments of Western Music, Oxford: Oxford University Press, p.290
Figure 9.2a

p.21 (310) Illustration references: MARTIN, D.P., 2006, `The Early Wire
Strung Guitar'. Galpin Society Journal LIX p.252.

p.29 (3369) Specific literature references: MARTIN, D.P., 2006, `The
Early Wire Strung Guitar'. Galpin Society Journal LIX
pp.130--133. Illustration references: MARTIN, D.P., 2006, `The Early
Wire Strung Guitar'. Galpin Society Journal LIX pp.124,
256.

p.30 (281) Specific literature references: MARTIN, D.P., 2006, `The
Early Wire Strung Guitar'. Galpin Society Journal LIX
pp.126-128. Illustration references: MARTIN, D.P., 2006, `The Early
Wire Strung Guitar'. Galpin Society Journal LIX pp.124,
253-254.

p.31 (279) Illustration references: CAMPBELL, D.M. et al., 2004,
Musical Instruments: History, Technology, and Performance of
Instruments of Western Music, Oxford: Oxford University Press, p.295
Figure 9.3a

p.32 (3384) Specific literature references: MARTIN, D.P., 2006, `The
Early Wire Strung Guitar'. Galpin Society Journal LIX
pp.128-130. Illustration references: MARTIN, D.P., 2006, `The Early
Wire Strung Guitar'. Galpin Society Journal LIX pp.124,
255.

p.36 (2330) Maker: Labelled A. Zaniboni, School of John Preston,
London (?), last quarter of eighteenth century.
Although labelled by Zaniboni (possibly the repairer), the instrument is
very similar in construction and decoration to "spanish guitars" which
have been attributed to John Preston of London.

p.53 (3838): Serial number is probably 1496, not 1196.
Previous ownership: formerly belonged to the late Norman Quinney of
Edinburgh, the Principal of the Scottish Academy of Classical Guitar.

p.54 (768) Maker: as stands, or Markneukirchen copy c 1890-1900.

p.55 (291) Illustration references: CAMPBELL, D.M. et al.,
2004, Musical Instruments: History, Technology, and Performance of
Instruments of Western Music, Oxford: Oxford University Press, p.295
Figure 9.3b

p.61 (1111) Maker: by Amedee Thibout, Paris, c 1805.

Details of the book

Return to EUCHMI Welcome Page


All material on this website is copyright.
© Edinburgh University Collection of Historic Musical Instruments, 2008.

This page updated: 17.6.08