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Bass Recorder in F

Date:
19th century
Geography:
Germany
Culture:
German
Medium:
Wood, ivory, brass.
Dimensions:
L. 42-5/8 in. (1083 mm)
Classification:
Aerophone-Whistle Flute-recorder
Credit Line:
The Crosby Brown Collection of Musical Instruments, 1889
Accession Number:
89.4.906
Not on view
Marking: Three five-pointed stars
Mary Elizabeth Adams Brown ; Count Eugene Henri-Joseph de Bricqueville
A Checklist of European & American Flageolets, Recorders, & Tabor Pipes. 2. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York, 1989, pg. 17.

A Checklist of Western European Flageolets, Recorders, and Tabor Pipes. 1. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York, 1976, pg. 8.

Catalogue of the Crosby Brown Collection of Musical Instruments: Europe. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York, 1904, vol. I, pg. 119, ill.

Catalogue of the Crosby Brown Collection of Musical Instruments of All Nations: I. Europe, Galleries 25 and 26, Central Cases of Galleries 27 and 28. Catalogue., The Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York, vol. 13, pg. 119, 119+, ill.



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