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PIANO RELATED BOOKS
UNDERSTANDING WOOD
By R. Bruce Hoadley. Why
wood behaves as it does and
how to work with it instead of
against it. A truly outstanding
256 page book.
No. 1697 -
Each
PIANO PARTS AND THEIR
FUNCTIONS
By Merle Mason. Published by the
Piano Technicians Guild. This 98
page book describes in illustration
all of the parts of the piano. A
valuable source book for the pianist,
teacher, and piano dealer.
No. 1688 -
Each
BUT YOU CAN FEEL IT
By Emil Fries. The life story of Mr.
Fries, from his boyhood in a log cabin,
through his struggles for an education,
to international recognition in
vocational training of the visually
impaired. The book also presents the
importance of piano care and a better
understanding of both the blind and
partially blind.
No. 1691 -
Each
IDENTIFYING WOOD:
ACCURATE RESULTS WITH
SIMPLE TOOLS
By R. Bruce Hoadley. How
to identify over 100 species
of hardwoods, softwoods,
and tropical woods most
commonly encountered in
North America. 240 pages.
No. 1698 -
Each
THE PIANO KEY AND
WHIPPEN
By Walter Pfeiffer. An analysis of
their relationships in direct blow
actions. This is the English
version by Jim Englehardt. Hard
back, 72 pages, 39 illustrations
Highly technical.
No. 1714 -
Each
THE PIANO HAMMER
By Walter Pfeiffer. A detailed
investigation of piano
manufacturing. Various types
of actions are discussed
relative to how they activate
the hammer. There is also a
section on hammer weights.
This is the English version by
Jim Englehardt. 180 pages,
91 drawings.
No. 1715 -
Each
GRAND VOICING
By Franz Rudolf Dietz. A
discussion on how to needle, file,
and voice a new set of hammers.
16 instructive photographs.
No. 1716 -
Each
ON THE SENSATIONS OF TONE
By Hermann Helmholtz. One of the
world’s greatest scientific classics.
Nearly a century after its first
publication it is still a standard text
for the study of physiological
acoustics - the scientific basis of
musical theory. Difficult scientific
concepts are explained simply and
easily for the general reader.
576 pages, profusely illustrated,
6-1/8” x 9-1/4”, paperback.
No. 1717 -
Each
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