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Trumpets and other High Brass - Volume 4: Heyday of the Cornet 352 pages + DVD (the riches of cornet design and evolution) (A History Inspired by the Joe R. and Joella F. Utley Collection) The history of the piston-valve B-flat cornet from the 1830s to the 1990s. From the invention of the modern piston valve, the unique exuberance of American cornet models at the turn of the twentieth century, to the revival of the cornet in the second half of the twentieth century. Discusses manufacturers advertising practices, and the social phenomenon of the cornet as an affordable, mass-produced commodity for community engagement. Based primarily on the Utley Collection at the National Music Museum, the subjects is richly illustrated with numerous drawings, patents, manufacturer catalogs, and over color 800 photographs. Includes a DVD that brings selected instruments to life. Sabine Katharina Klaus is the Joe R. and Joella F. Utley Curator of Brass Instruments and Professor of Music at the National Music Museum, University of South Dakota. She has served as "Historical Instrument Window" column editor for the International Trumpet Guild Journal since 2005. She is the recipient of the 2000 Densmore Prize and the 2014 Bessaraboff Prize of the American Musical Instrument Society, and the 2017 Christopher Monk Award of the Historic Brass Society. She publishes extensively on the history of brass instruments.
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