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One-key boxwood flute with ivory mounts : George Goulding, London

Item is a flute, made by George Goulding of London, England, with a silver square-ended D-sharp key. Its typical eighteenth-century small embouchure and finger holes produce a sweet and delicate tone. This type of flute was first seen in about 1672 on the European continent, about 1705 in England, and was in general use until 1780.

Eight-key cocuswood flute with wide sterling-silver bands : Thomas Prowse, London

Item is a flute, made by Thomas Prowse in London. The flute has sterling-silver keys with salt-spoon style ends, mounted on blocks. It is a brilliant example of the large-holed flute developed by the great English flutist Charles Nicholson Jr. The historical importance of this model is that Theodore Boehm heard Nicholson playing it during a visit to England in 1831. The epoch-making Boehm flute universally used today was the result.

[Music instruction manual]

Item is a digitized copy of the microfilm of Henry Frost's manual in three parts: Time ; Melody or Succession of Sounds according to Pitch ; Expression or Force and Delivery of Sounds.

Henry Frost fonds

  • CA OTUFM 38
  • Fonds
  • 1830

Fonds consists of digital images of the 211 page music instruction manual.

Frost, Henry

Ten-key cocuswood flute : Abel Siccama, London

Item is a flute, designed by Abel Siccama and made in London, with sterling-silver bands and keys with adjustable pad sockets, except for the C and C-sharp keys, which have pewter plugs. The A and E holes are out of direct reach of the fingers, and are covered by keys.

Cocuswood Pratten-system flute : [Boosey, London]

Item is a flute, likely made by Boosey in London, with German-silver bands and keywork mounted on pillars. Pratten, a celebrated English flutist, developed this system in 1852, and in 1856 Boosey started to make Pratten flutes. This flute has a cylindrical bore with large holes all covered, and is fingered like the eight-keyed flute.

Eight-key cocuswood flute : Alexander Liddle, London

Item is a flute, made by Alexander Liddle in London, with German-silver bands and block-mounted keywork. This is a version of Carte's silver "Old Model," and brought the advantages of cylindrical bore to players of the old eight-key flute.

Cocuswood Carte 1867 System flute : Rudall, Rose, Carte and Co., London

Item is a flute, made by Rudall, Rose, Cart and Co. in London, with sterling-silver keywork and head lining. The flute was described as "An excellent design, in some ways technically superior to the Boehm." This flute has an extra trill key for C to C-sharp and G to G-sharp.

[J.C. Batson letter to Mrs. George Wheeler, April 22 1868]

  • CA OTUFM 02-2-1-Corr-0001
  • Item
  • April 22, 1868
  • [இதன்] பகுதியானKathleen Parlow fonds

Item is a letter of appreciation written by J.C. Batson, Superintendant, on behalf of the school in Upper Woodstock, to Mrs. George Wheeler.
From: Batson, J.C.
To: Wheeler, Mrs. George
Genre: Personal correspondence

Ballad / J.C. Arlidge

File consists of score for voice and piano. Text is written on reverse in pencil. The text is taken from Lord Byron's poem, "Stanzas To A Lady, With The Poems Of Camoëns":
This votive pledge of fond esteem,
Perhaps, dear girl! for me thou’lt prize;
It sings of Love’s enchanting dream,
A theme we never can despise.

Who blames it but the envious fool,
The old and disappointed maid;
Or pupil of the prudish school,
In single sorrow doom’d to fade?

Then read, dear girl! with feeling read,
For thou wilt ne’er be one of those;
To thee in vain I shall not plead
In pity for the poet’s woes.

He was in sooth a genuine bard;
His was no faint, fictitious flame.
Like his, may love be thy reward,
But not thy hapless fate the same.

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