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T. Julian Adams Method for the Patent Harmonium Containing a full description of the instrument, the use of the stops, key board, bellows etc.: with numerous exercises and examples in every style of ancient and modern music selected from the works of Handel ...: also an appendix giving an ample detail of the mechanism of the instrument with copious directions for keeping it in order/ arranged, adapted and composed by T. Julian Adams. Edited by Thomas Baker. (Julien and Co., London, 1855) 65pp

Thomas Julian Adams was a composer and conductor, born in London, 28/1/1824. He studied under Moscheles and at Paris, and settled in England as a teacher and conductor. In 1851 he formed an orchestra and visited Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Greenock, giving a series of weekly concerts. In 1853 he performed at Paris, and in 1855 organised another orchestra, with which he travelled in England, giving concerts of high class music. He afterwards resided at Scarborough, Tynemouth, and Buxton as concert conductor. In 1877 he settled at Eastbourne as conductor of the Devonshire Park concerts. He died at Eastbourne, 7/5/1887. Adams introduced Debain's harmonium into England, and wrote the above book. He also composed fantasias, studies, marches, and concert-pieces for the orchestra.

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13
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14
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15
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16
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17
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18
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19
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20
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24
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25
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26
Michael McLuhan Index to Guitar Makers, Dealers and Outlets Personal communication (Mar'2014)

27
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28
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29
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30
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31
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32
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33
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Michel Dieterlen L'Harmonium et ca Voix Céleste Doctoral thesis in 4 volumes (Presses Universitaires du Septentrion, 1996) ISBN 2-284-01066-0

37
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38
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39
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40
Ralph Downes The Organ in Buckfast Abbey The Organ XXII:88 (Apr'1943) 164-7

41
Jules J. Duga A Short History of the Reed Organ The Diapason 59:8 (July 1968) p24-6

42
S.G. Earl Repairing the Reed Organ and Harmonium (Organ Literature Foundation, Braintree, Mass.) 31pp

43
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44
Bernard B. Edmonds Dream Children The Organ XXXIV:135 (Jan'1955) 123-31

45
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46
Kevin McElhone The Organette Book: a comprehensive study of the organette, a self playing reed organ (Shire Publications, 2003, for the Musical Box Society of Great Britain) 417pp ISBN 9-780-9505657-6-7 URL: http://www.rollerorgans.com/mcelhone/The_Organette_Book.htm

47
Alexander J. Ellis Mesotonic Harmonium Proceedings of the Musical Society 1 (1874) p41

48
Laurence Elvin Family Enterprise, the Story of some North Country Organ Builders (1986) ISBN 0-9500049-6-0

49
Laurence Elvin Pipes and Actions, some Organ Builders in the Midlands and beyond (1995) ISBN 0-9500049-8-7

50
Laurence Elvin Bishop and Son, Organ Builders

51
Laurence Elvin The Harrison Story (1974)

52
Laurence Elvin The Organ at the Central Hall, Birmingham The Organ XXXVI:142 (Oct'1956) 83-9

53
Laurence Elvin The Organ of Colston Hall, Bristol The Organ XXXVI:142 (Oct'1956) 90-8

54
S. Eydmann The Life and Times of the Concertina Ph.D. Thesis (Open University, 1995) URL: http://www.concertina.com/eydmann

55
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See also The Jersey Argus (5/5/1835)

56
H.G. Farmer A History of Music in Scotland (London, 1947) 402-3

57
Oliver C. Faust A Treatise on the Construction, Repairing and Tuning of the Organ, including also the Reed Organ, Orchestrelle and Piano-Player. 225 pages, (New England Conservatory of Music, Boston, Mass., USA, 1909), re-printed 1949 and 2005

58
Roger C. Fisher Hope-Jones' first Organ The Organ 61:242 (Oct'1982) 186-90

59
Roger C. Fisher From Wirral to WurliTzer (Roger Fisher, 2002) ISBN 0-9532991-9-8

60
Simon FitzGerald The Organ of Doncaster Parish Church The Organ 79:313 (Aug-Oct'2000) 119-24

61
Simon FitzGerald Some Edinburgh Organs The Organ 80:315 (Feb-Apr'2001) 2-6

62
Phil Fluke and Pam Fluke The Reed Organ - J.W. Sawyer: Reed Organ Builder Musical Opinion CVIII (1984-5) 248

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63
Phil Fluke and Pam Fluke R.F. Stevens, Reed Organ Builders, London ROS Bulletin IX:3 (Aug'1990) 15-19

64
Phil Fluke and Pam Fluke John Holt Reed Organs Musical Opinion CIX (1986) 101

John Holt Reed Organs ROS Bulletin IX:4 (Nov'1990) 15-19

65
Phil Fluke and Pam Fluke A William Hill Reed Organ The Organ 64:251 (Jan'1985) 24-6

66
Phil Fluke and Pam Fluke Mustel Harmoniums The Organ 65:255 (Jan'1986) 26-32

67
David H. Fox George Ashdown Audsley an on-line biography URL: http://hometown.aol.com/gaaudsley/index.htm

68
Dr. Andrew Freeman The Organs of Worcester Cathedral The Organ vol. 18 (1925) 65-77

69
Peter Gammond and Richard Bird Musical Instruments in Colour (Blandford, 1973) ISBN 0-7137-0628-7

70
Robert ``Fritz'' Gellerman International Reed Organs Atlas 2nd edition (Vestal Press, 1998) ISBN 1-879511-34-7

71
Robert ``Fritz'' Gellerman's Pictorial Database URL: http://www.reedorgan.info

72
Robert ``Fritz'' Gellerman The American Reed Organ and the Harmonium 2nd edition (Vestal Press, 1996) ISBN 1-879511-12-6

73
Bob Gilmore Harry Partch, a Biography (University of Yale, 1998) pp475 ISBN 0-300-06521-3

74
Karl T. Goldbach Arthur von Oettingen und sein Orthotonophonium im Kontext (Universität Tartu, Germany, 2008) URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10062/5574

75
John Green The Royal Seraphine: a new musical instrument, invented and manufactured only by J. Green, 33, Soho-Square (L. Harrison, printer, London, c.1830) 4pp

76
John Green Mr. Green's Seraphine Tutor

77
John Green Airs, adapted for the Royal Seraphine, a new musical instrument, having the power of a large organ, in the size and shape of a Chiffonier (c.1835) 29 engraved pp including title, original wrappers, title repeated on upper cover, oblong 8vo

78
John Green Characteristic Airs for the Royal Seraphine, with instructions for producing all the various effects

79
John Green Concise instructions for performance on the Royal Seraphine and Organ: addressed chiefly to those who already play the piano-forte: containing also a collection of some of the best old and many original chants. (John Green, London, c.1835)

80
Frans van der Grijn History of the Schiedmayer firm (2015) pp400 Print on demand, contact: frans.vandergrijn_at_online.nl

81
J.C. Grieve The New Musical Educator vol. II, Chapter 2. W. McNaught and H.A. Chambers (eds.) (Caxton, 3rd edn. re-printed 1957)

82
King Hall The Harmonium Novello (London, 1890)

83
James B. Hartman The Organ in Manitoba: a History of the Instruments, the Builders and the Players Includes a chapter on reed organs. (University of Manitoba Press, 1997) 304pp. ISBN: 978-0-887553813

84
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85
James Baille Hamilton The Vocalion Proceedings of the Musical Association for the Investigation and Discussion of Subjects Connected with the Art and Science of Music. Ninth Session 1882-83. 59-69. (Staney Lucas, Weber and Co., London, 1883)

86
Frank Haycraft. The three Haycraft notebooks are manuscript listings of organs visited by Frank Haycraft in the first three decades of the twentieth century. It gives summaries only, location, builder, size, etc., but no stop-lists. Its usefulness is, therefore, limited to giving basic information on organs not mentioned elsewhere. It is one of the secondary sources of information encorporated into the NPOR: National Pipe Organ Registry.

87
Hermann L.F. von Helmholtz On the Sensations of Tone as a Physiological Basis for the Theory of Music 2nd edition translated by A.J. Ellis (Longmans and Green, London, 1885) re-printed by Dover Publications (Dover, New York, 1954)

88
A.J. Ellis, ibid, additions by the translator Appendix XX Section F Experimental Instruments for exhibiting the Effects of Just Intonation p466-81

89
A.J. Ellis, ibid, additions by the translator Appendix XX Section N Miscellaneous Notes - On the Action of Free Reeds p553

90
ibid Appendix II On the Size and Construction of Resonators quote from Hermann Smith

91
Albert E. Halls. Letter to the editor. Musical Opinion (Jan'3rd, 1937) p468

92
Brian Hick Worcester Cathedral The Organ 75:298 ( Autumn 1996) 163-170

93
J. Hiles A Catechsm for the Harmonium (Brewer and Co., London, 1877) a sort of FAQ.

94
Dr. Sydenham Holmes An Organ of High Degree letter to the editor Musical Opinion (Jan'1936) p365

95
Dr. Sydenham Holmes Reed Organ Design letter to the editor Musical Opinion (Jan'3rd, 1937) p468

96
Dr. Sydenham Holmes The Reed Organ letter to the editor Musical Opinion (July 1937)

194
John Holt The John Holt Organ for Home, Church and College (Birmingham, c.1929)

98
Marc Honneger (ed.) Dictionnaire de la Musique Science de la Musique (Bordon, Paris 1976)

99
Stevens Irwin Dictionary of Pipe Organ Stops (Shirmer, New York, 1962)

100
Michel Jacot An Account of Jacot Reed Organs ROS Quarterly (1990-1) 13-15

101
Mark Jefford A singular Case of four Harmoniums, eight Reed Organs and ten sloping Stools, part 6 ROS Quarterly XXVII-2 (Summer 2008) 28-9

102
K.L. Johnstone Leeds Town Hall Organ, 1858-72 The Organ no 208 (1975) 19-29

103
Douglas Keislar History and Principles of microtonal Keyboard Design Tech. Report STAN-M-45 Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (Stanford University Dept. of Music, Apr'1988)

104
D. Stuart Kennedy The Lowly 'Armonium The Organ no 169 (July 1963) 19-26

105
Bill Kibby History of the Pianoforte The Piano History Centre Web site. Web: http://www.pianogen.org.uk

106
Percival R. Kirby A Early Organ by William Hill The Organ XXXVIII:150 (Oct'1958) 87-91

107
Nicholas Samuel Heineken Making Seraphine Tongues - and Hints on Musical Mechanism. Mechanic's Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Vol.701 (14/1/1837) p284-5

Nicholas Samuel Heineken The Seraphine - Rules for its Construction Mechanic's Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. (13/4/1843) p355-6

108
Alfred Savage On Eolian, or Free-Reed Instruments of Music. Mechanic's Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Vol.37 p68-71 July 2nd - December 21st 1842. (J.C.Robertson, London, 1842)

Construction of the Seraphine Mechanic's Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Vol. No.1032 (4/5/1843) vol.38 p408 (J.C.Robertson, London, 1843)

Organ Building, the Eolophon, etc. Published in Mechanic's Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. (29/8/1843) (J.C.Robertson, London, 1843)

109
Dave Kopp Morris. S. Wright and the early Aeolian Company - the story of the Aeolian Orchestrelle. ROS Bulletin VI:1 (Feb'1987) 3-7

110
Edward Lamburn A short History of a Great House (London 1938) p24

111
L.G. Langwill and N. Boston Church and Chamber Barrel Organs

112
Edwin Malkin The Orchestral Organist and the Mustel Organ (Mustel, 56 Wigmore Street, London W1, 1921) 16pp

113
Betty Matthews James Hook and his Family Musical Times (Nov, 1990) 131:1773, 622, 624-5

114
Metzler and Co. Simple Instructions for the small Harmonium sold by Metzler and Co. 48pp

115
Louis Engel Harmonium Tutor sold by Metzler and Co.

116
H.F. Milne The Reed Organ: its Design and Construction. A practical guide for craftsmen with instructions for making, including chapters on tuning and voicing, etc. (Musical Opinion, London, 1930) 168pp

117
Victor Mustel Harmonium ou Orgue Expressif Publication Industrielle XVII (Paris, 1865) 43-78

118
Alphonse Mustel L'orgue Expressif ou Harmonium (Paris, 1903)

119
Alphonse Mustel L'Orgue Harmonium in Encyclopédie del la Musique et Dictionnaire du Conservatoire sous la direction de A. Lavignac. (Delagrave, Paris 1926) 1375-1400

120
Arthur W.J.G. Ord-Hume Harmonium: the History of the Reed Organ and its Makers (David and Charles, Newton Abbot, 1986, Vestal Press 19??) ISBN 0-911572-57-0

121
Arthur W.J.G. Ord-Hume Who invented the Aeolian Orchestrelle? The Organ 70:275-6 (Winter 1991 and Spring 1992) 33-47 and 79-84

Arthur W.J.G. Ord-Hume Who invented the Aeolian Orchestrelle? Music and Automata 4:13 (Sep'1989) 240-57

122
Harry Partch Genesis of a Music (1949, 2nd. edn. enlarged, Da Capo Press, New York, 1974) ISBN 0-306-80106-X

123
Wilfrid Perrett The Heritage of Greece in Music Proc. Music Assn. 58 (1931) 85-103. Notes on the Olympion 90-91.

124
Wilfrid Perrett Some Questions of Musical Theory: 1. How Olympos found his New Scale; 2. The Olympion. (W. Heffer, Cambridge, 1926. 1st edition limited to 250 copies)

125
Peter Pesic Music and the Making of Modern Science (MIT Press, 2014)

126
R.A.D. Pope The Organs of St. John's Church, Birkenhead The Organ, XVI:64 (Apr'1937) 218-24

127
Alistair D.R. Pow The Organ in the Collegiate Church of Saint Mary, Warwick The Organ 63:247 (Jan 1984) 15-29

128
Marcel Punt, doctoral thesis. The Straube Code: Deciphering the Metronome Marks in Max Reger’s Organ Music (Revised on-line edition published 2015 by Marcel Punt Music; originally Sibelius Academy, Helsinki, 2008) 32pp Web page: http://www.marcelpuntmusic.com/straubecode ISBN 978-952-5531-38-1

129
C.A. Radzinsky The Great Wanamaker Organ The Organ III:10 (1923) 75-83

See also, G.A. Audsley, The Organ, III:11 (1924) 189-91

130
W.E. Raymond An Old Reed Organ Musical Opinion (Nov'1935) 172

131
James H. Richards The Vocalion The Diapason, 66:9 (1974-5) 5-7, re-produced in Reed Organ Society Bulletin (Feb'1985) 3-5

Also in The Organ: an Encyclopedia Ed. D.E. Bush and R. Kassel (Taylor and Francis, 2006) ISBN: 978-0-415-94174-7 Available as an e-Book

132
Riehm, German book on harmonium

133
Edward F. Rimbault Rimbault's Method for the Harmonium: Orgue á Percussion A concise and easy book of instruction for this popular instrument, chiefly adapted to sacred purposes: followed by a selection of choice pieces arranged from the words of Handel ... (Chappell, London, 1852) 41pp

134
Edward F. Rimbault The Harmonium: its Uses and Capabilities (London, 1857)

135
Edward F. Rimbault (arr.) Metzler and Co.'s Harmonium Library sold by Metzler and Co.

136
Edward F. Rimbault Chappell and Co.'s directions upon the art of tuning the pianoforte To which are added the method of remedying defects in the pianforte, and a description of Kemp's newly invented amateur tuner's assistant; also directions for tuning the harmonium. (London, 1865)

137
W.A. Roberts Peterborough Cathedral and its Organs The Organ no 37 (July 1930) 1-10

138
P. Sambrook A Country House at Work - Three Centuries of Dunham Massey National Trust (2003) ISBN 0-7078-0344-6

139
J.W. Sawyer The Ideal Reed Organ 24 page illustrated catalogue (Beeston Organ Works, c.1900) (5th ed. J.B. Barry, Nichols and Holmes, Leeds)

140
Dr. Michael Sayer Samuel Renn, English Organ Builder (1974)

141
Dr. Michael Sayer New Light on Hope-Jones The Organ 60:235 (Jan'1981) 20-38

142
Dr. Michael Sayer St. Peter's Manchester and Benjamin Joule The Organ XLIII:172 (Apr'1964) 207-14

143
Dr. Michael Sayer Kirtland and Jardine of Manchester The Organ no 216 (1976) 169-76

144
Percy A. Scholes Oxford Companion to Music Tenth Edition (OUP, 1970) SBN 19-311306-6

145
John Semmens History of a Hill and Sons Vocalion in Australia ROS Quarterly XXV:1 (Mar'2006) 17-19

146
Andrew Shenton Marcel Dupré's Symphonie-Passion The Organ 76:299 (Winter 1997) 14

147
Howard Slatter George Champion Bedwell (Trumpington Local History Group, 2016) URL: http://slatters.org.uk/Trumpington/f2240.htm

148
Joe Sloane and Stephen Best Mason and Risch Vocalion at the Orleans Historical Society meeting house Orleans Historical Society, Orleans, Massachusetts URL: http://www.orleanshistoricalsociety.org

149
Hermann Smith How to Build your own Harmonium or A Practical Treatise on the Harmonium The English Mechanic (from Jan'1867) articles published over several volumes

150
Hermann Smith Modern organ tuning: the how and why? clearly explaining the nature of the organ pipe and the system of equal temperament, together with an historic record of the evolution of the diatonic scale from the Greek tetrachord (Wm. Reeves, London, 1902) 120pp (re-published, Bardon Enterprises, 2003, digitized 2008) ISBN: 978-1-902222-17-2

151
Hermann Smith The Making of Sound in the Organ and the Orchestra published posthumously (William Reeves, 1911) 372pp

152
Herbert Snow A Modern Chamber Organ The Organ V:18 (1925) 108-11

153
Herbert Snow Leeds Town Hall Organ The Organ VI:22 (1926) 81-9 + figures

See also, reply from F. Webb, letters in The Organ, V:19 (1925) 191-2

154
Herbert Snow The Organs of Chesterfield Parish Church The Organ, no 40 (Apr'1931) 237-41

155
John Sproule, Ed. The Irish Industrial Exhibition of 1853: A detailed Catalogue of its Contents (Dublin, July 1854)

156
Edward L. Stauff Organ stops Web site. (c.2001) Web: http://www.organstops.org

157
Brian Stevenson John William Reed, 1843 - 1899 (Mar'2012) Web page: http://microscopist.net/ReedJW.html

158
Brian Stevenson James Williams Butcher, 1857-1937 (Dec'2015) Web page: http://microscopist.net/ButcherJW.html

159
Huskisson Stubington The Organ at Hereford Cathedral The Organ, no 47 (Jan'1933) 129-37

160
William L. Sumner The Organ: Its Evolution, Principles of Construction and Use 4th Edition (St. Martin's Press, 1962)

161
William L. Sumner The Organs of St. Paul's Cathedral London (Musical Opinion, 1931)

162
William L. Sumner The Organ in the Parish Church, Chesterfield The Organ XLIII:171 (Jan'1964) 130-40

163
William L. Sumner J.J. Binns and the Organ in the Castlegate Church, Nottingham The Organ LI:201 (July 1971) 21-4

164
Peter MacTaggart and Ann MacTaggart (eds.) Musical Instruments in the 1851 Exhibition: A Transcription of the Entries of Musical Interest from the Official Illustrated Catalogue of the Great Exhibition. (Mac and Me Ltd., 1986) ISBN 0-9507782-6-5

165
H.J.W. Terry Organ in Goldsmith's College, New Cross The Organ XXI:82 (Oct'1941) 54-60

166
Ian C.L. Thompson Two John Holt Reed Organs ROS Bulletin V:3 (Aug'1986) 18-22

167
Ian C.L. Thompson Reed Organ Stop Names Reed Organ Society Quarterly XXIV:3 (Autumn 2005)

168
Joris Verdin Het Harmoniumhandboek (c. 2008) pp250 URL: http://www.harmoniumnet.nl/harmoniumhandboekverdin.html

169
Milton Wainwright Two John Holt Giants Reed Organ Society Quarterly XXVII:2 (Summer 2008) 24-5

170
Milton Wainwright A Dear English Pipe-Top Reed Organ Society Quarterly XXVIII:1 (Summer 2009) 11-3

171
Dennis G. Waring Manufacturing the Muse: Estey Organs and Consumer Culture in Victorian America (Wesleyan University Press, Connecticut, 2002) ISBN ???

172
W.H. Watson The Sunday School Union: its History and Work (1868)

173
Neil Wayne The Wheatstone English Concertina Galpin Society Journal (1999) URL: http://www.free-reed.co.uk/galpin/g1.htm

The Invention and Evolution of the Wheatstone Concertina Galpin Society Journal (2009) URL: http://www.concertinamuseum.com/PDF/GSJ62 2009 Wayne.pdf

174
F. Webb The Player or Residence Organ The Organ, no 31 (Jan'1929) 139-51

175
F. Webb The Player and Residence Organ The Organ, no 31 (January, 1929) 139-51

176
F. Webb Robert Hope-Jones in the United States The Organ XIII:51 (Jan'1934) 152-60

177
James Ingall Wedgewood A Comprehensive Dictionary of Organ Stops English and Foreign, Ancient and Modern (The Vincent Music Company, Limited, London 1905)

178
S. Wesley Five Pieces for the Royal Seraphine edited by Ulrich Averesch (Edition Musica Rinata, c.2002) 15pp

179
J. Westbrook British Guitar Makers Ph.D. Thesis (University of Cambridge, 2013)

180
R.B. Whiting A Reed Organ Bibliography The Tracker 12:3 (1969) 9

181
Reginald Whitworth The Development of the Electric Organ The Organ VI:21 (1926) 16-22

182
Reginald Whitworth The Organ in the McEwan Hall, Edinburgh The Organ XIII:52 (Apr'1934) 223-8

183
Reginald Whitworth The Organ in the Town Hall, Sydney, Australia The Organ XXIV:94 (Oct'1944) 83-6 and plate following p82

184
Reginald Whitworth The Organs in the Colston Hall, Bristol The Organ XIII:50 (Oct'1933) 102-5

185
Reginald Whitworth The Organ in St. Nicholas Church, Whitehaven The Organ (Apr'1942)

186
Keith B. Williams The Vocalion and its Manufacturers - some History ROS Bulletin, VIII:4 (Nov'1989) 25-8

187
Keith B. Williams Morris S. Wright and his Contributions to the Vocalion ROS Bulletin, VIII:4 (Nov'1989) 29-31

188
H. Wilton-Bulstrode Crane's Patent English Combination Concertina Tutor Crane and Sons (1898)

189
Rowland Wright Dictionnaire des Instruments de Musique: Etude de Lexicologie (Battley Bros. Ltd., Queensgate Press, London, 1941) 196pp

190
by an ``eminent tuner'' D'Almaine and Co.'s new work upon the art of tuning the pianoforte and harmonium (London, 1862))

191
Penny Magazine (Oct'19th, 1839)

192
Quarterly Bulletin of the Reed Organ Society. 1983 onwards. Partial index on line at URL: http://www.mrc-bsu.cam.ac.uk/pub/organs/reed/

193
Westminster Holt Organ, Musical Opinion (Sep'1897)

194
Holt, Musical Opinion (Mar'1986)

195
Musical Opinion (7/1897) p600

196
Musical Opinion (8/1897) p752

197
The Musical Directory (Ruddall, Cart and Co.)

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National Pipe Organ Register and the Database of British Organ Builders. Web: http://npor.emma.cam.ac.uk/

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Reed Organ Society Database URL: http://www.reedsoc.org

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Union List of Reed Organ Catalogues. The list can be found at Web site: Web: http://mmd.foxtail.com/Gellerman/index.htm

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Guiness Book of Records (1973 Edition)

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West Sussex Organist's Association A Millenium Survey of the Pipe Organs of West Sussex (WSOA, Oct'2000) ISBN 0-9539051-0-1

For information about this project and how to obtain the publication see The Organ, 80:316 (May-July 2001) p87

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Notes on Stevens Model H, Musical Opinion (Dec'1962)

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J.F. Bridge (chair) The Vocalion Proc. Musical Assn. Vol.9:1 (5/2/1882) 59-69

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``Ricerca'' The Vocalion Musical Opinion (Nov'1935) 171-2

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``Free Reed'' The 32' Free Reed Musical Opinion (Dec'1935) 269-70

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The Musical World - a weekly record of musical science, literature and intelligence. No.I 18/3/1836 - No.V 15/4/1836 (Alfred Novello, London)

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The Musical World - a weekly record of musical science, literature and intelligence. No.XCV New Series No.I 5/1/1838 - No.CXX New Series No.XXVI 27/6/1838 (Hendy Hooper and R. Groombridgs, London)

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The Musical World - a weekly record of musical science, literature and intelligence. No.XI New Series No.IV 4/1/1839 - 23/5/1839 No.CLXVII New Series LXXIII (Hendy Hooper and R. Groombridgs, London)

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The Musical World Vol.38 No.1 7/1/1860 - Vol.38. No.26 30/6/1860 (Boosey and Sons, London))

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Vox Humana Magazine (The Netherlands)

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The Reed Organ (Sears, Roebuck and Co. Chicago) 22pp

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Tuning, Care and Repair of Reed and Pipe Organs (unknown) 87pp

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Great Britain Executive Commission Philadelphia Exhibition, 1876. Philadelphia International Exhibition, 1876: Official Catalogue of the British Section (G.E. Eyre and W. Spottiwode, London, 1876) 2v. in 1, pl. map.

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Apparatus, Tests and Supplies for Psychology, Psychometry, Psychotechnology, Psychiatrie, Neurology, Anthropology, Phonetics, Physiology, and Pharmacology. C.H. Stoelting Co., Chicago 1930. A digital facsimile is available on page 32 from URL: http://www.vlp.mpiwg-berlin.mpg.de/references?id=lit13685

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Seraphine GDMM, vol III (1890) p466

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Revue Musicale vol. X (1830) p245

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Revue Musicale vol. XI (1831) p36

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The Harmonicon (Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown and Green, London, c.1829-32)

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John Holt, organ builder, Harborne - Holt (Reed Organs) & Co. National Register and Archives, Birmingham (Arhives and Heritage Service). NRA 32196, Reference MS918. John Holt, organ builder 122307 letter book, corresp, papers (1906 - 1942) misc records (1913-34) Source: National Register of Archives (NRA, local and private archives) Floor 6, Central Library, Chamberlain Square, Birmingham B3 3HQ; Tel: 0121 303 4549; view by appointment

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Catalogue of Mason & Hamlin American Organs Sold by Wholesale Agents Metzler & Co. London c.1888 Published by Metzler & Co,. London c. 1888, 36 pages, appromimately 40 illustrations. Reprinted by Old Chapel Lane Books, Burgh le Marsh, Lincolnshire 2011.

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The Illustrated Catalogue of the Paris International Exhibition 1878 (Virtue, London, 1878) re-printed Adam Matthew Digital (USA, 2012) ISBN 978-1236415189

Catalogue Officiel de la Section Anglaise Exposition Universelle (Paris, 1/1/1878) ISBN 978-1275258266



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