2 edition of Catalogue of the musical instruments in the collection of Percival R. Kirby found in the catalog.
Catalogue of the musical instruments in the collection of Percival R. Kirby
Percival R. Kirby
|Statement||compiled by Margaret M. de Lange.|
|Contributions||Lange, Margaret M. de., Africana Museum (Johannesburg, South Africa)|
|LC Classifications||ML462.J6 A54|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 155 l.|
|Number of Pages||155|
|LC Control Number||68101415|
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View musical instruments from around the world, ranging from ancient times to the late twentieth century. The Museum is home to over 1, instruments, including many European and American examples, as well as numerous pieces from Asia, the Middle East, Africa, and the Americas. Museum visitors can enjoy and learn about the instrument. "Musical Instruments of the Indigenous People of South Africa, third edition" by Percival Kirby The Galpin Society Journal () Vol. 68, pp. Noel Lobley.
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The Percival Kirby Collection (Colonial Music Archive) is a collection of colonial music archives which contains the native Races of South Africa. Housed at the University of Cape Town in South Africa, the collection has a book which was published by Oxford University Press in and it remains as a major reference on the subject.
First published as Musical Instruments of the Native Races of South Africa inthe book was the culmination of research trips undertaken by Percival Kirby. It became the standard reference on indigenous South African musical : The Kirby Collection is a unique and irreplaceable assembly of more than musical instruments, most of which were used in Southern Africa beforemany pre-dating urbanization.
This collection and his research became the basis of his book The Musical Instruments of the Native Races of South Africa (publisher Oxford University Press, ).
This book still remains the standard reference on the subject. The Collection comprises more than musical instruments, the majority. The Musical Instruments of the Indigenous People of South Africa Book Description: Percival Kirby was a musician and ethnomusicologist and for many years head of the music department at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg.
The musical instruments of the native races of South Africa / by Percival R. Kirby Kirby, Percival R. (Percival Robson), [ Book: ]. Kirby Collection (SA Collection of Music) is an internationally recognized collection of South African music gathered by the late Scottish Professor Percival Kirby after his arrival in South Africa in the early 's.
Aware that the music of many local communities was dying out under western influence, he undertook an extensive study of the music practices of South African.
PERCIVAL KIRB: rdMusical Instruments of the Indigenous People of South Africa, 3 edition (Review by Noel Lobley) SABINE KATHARINA KLAUS: Trumpets and other High Brass: A History Inspired by the Joe R.
and Joella F. Utley Collection. Volume 2, Ways File Size: KB. Percival Kirby ’ s wax cylinders: elegy on archiving a deaf spot. and Percival Kirby were acquired in conjunction with the main collection of musical instruments, bur- Author: Niklas Zimmer.
Catalogue of the musical instruments in the collection of Percival R. Kirby. Johannesburg, Africana Museum, (OCoLC) Online version: Kirby, Percival R. (Percival Robson), Catalogue of the musical instruments in the collection of Percival R.
Kirby. Johannesburg, Africana Museum, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book. The Musical Instruments of the Native Races of South Africa by Kirby, Percival R. Johannesburg: Witwatersrand University Press, Second Edition.
Hardcover. Very good. pp +73plates in black andExlibrary with the usual markings. A very good copy in the original blue cloth binding.
Front inner hinge cracked. Musical instruments that start with the letter r: rattle rauschpfeife rebec recorder rectangle reed rhaita ruan (Chinese lute) rudra veena (ancient Hindu string instrument) ryuteki (Japanese bamboo flute).
View the Kirby Musical Instruments Collection on the Digital Collections website. Michael Nixon is a Senior Lecturer in Ethnomusicology and African Music at the South African College of Music, and Curator of the Kirby Collection of Musical Instruments.
He has been a student and performer of Indian classical music since Percival R. Kirby, Professor of Music at the University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg.
Author of The Musical Instruments of the Native Races of South Africa. PDF Published How to Cite Hottentot and Bantu”. African Music: Journal of the International Library of African Music, Vol. 2, no. 4, Maypp. Sigal Collection: ALBERT R. RICE Obituaries: Rob Van Acht, André P.
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The Indonesian Origin of Certain African Musical Instruments by Percival R Kirby is a reprint taken from African Studies a quarterly journal devoted to the study of African Cultures, government and languages, Number 1, Professor Kirby's interest in the similarities of the instruments began in the 's.
4 pages of b&w plates. The Musical Instruments of the Native Races of South Africa. Johannesburg: Witwatersrand University Press,second edition. Hardcover with dust jacket, cm by 25cm, xxiii, pp. plus 73 pages of plates (Black and white photographs).
The collection is fully described in the Kirby Collection Catalogue housed at the SAHRA Offices and the Department of Music at the University of Cape Town.
SIGNIFICANCE. The Percival R Kirby Collection consists of musical instruments, the majority. Musical instruments of the indigenous people of South Africa. One of the greatest South African musicologists and ethnomusicologists, Percival R.
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