Techniques of Archaeological Excavation. Pagan Statues in Christian Constantinople” Gesta Hjort, “Augustus Christianus—Livia Christiana: Sphragis and Roman portrait sculpture”, in L. Further reading[ edit ] There is a large modern literature on spolia, and the following list makes no claim to be comprehensive. Bassett, The urban image of late antique Constantinople Cambridge, Bosman, The power of tradition:
Concertina FAQ: Appendix 1: Wheatstone and Lachenal Dates of Manufacture
I imagine other remainder bookstores may have this on offer too. The whole book is fascinating, but I have found the very detailed bibliography and listings towards the end of particular interest. Lucas while working on a case with Maigret shortly prior to his retiremnet. Could you tell me in which book this takes place as I must have missed it somewhere and was saddened to think of it, as Lucas was a favorite of mine.
Just as Torrence managed to come back after his “death” in Pietr-le-letton and go on to have his own detective agency Les dossiers de l’agence O after leaving the Quai.
Lachenal Concertina Production and Serial numbers C. Flint ‘a Review of Joseph Scates Manufacturer and Professor of the concertina’ George Jones ‘Recollections of the English Concertina from ‘ Neil Wayne ‘Wheatstones.
Posted on 9 January, by Nick Bullock Tides, my second book is due to be published by Vertebrate Publishing and on the shelves in May. The cover is an ink by Tessa Lyons which I think is wonderful. Tessa did such a great job, as everyone at Vertebrate Publishing have done and who are, of course, still doing. My initial draft was words, the final draft is approximately 95 words which means there are a load of prose not included.
So on a run-up to Tides being published, I thought I publish some out-takes here as a bit of a teaser. This number 1 is a mish-mash of an essay I wrote that was first published in the CC journal and some of it was also published in Echoes. A moving modern art painting passes in front of my face.
Bullfighting: arguments against and action against
For the related movie, see North Face film. For the train station, see Eigerwand railway station. The Nordwand, German for “north wall” or “north face,” is the north face of the Eiger also known as the Eigernordwand:
I had chased bears all over the mountains off and on for several weeks with my good friend Don, who’s a very experienced bear chaser. I’d had opportunities to shoot many bears but none got me excited enough to .
After the revival of interest in traditional music and in concertinas from the s the Anglo has once again had some popularity in the United States, but without connection to any tradition of its earlier widespread use in America. This paper attempts to reconstruct a basic history of the Anglo concertina in the U. Topics discussed include the early use of German concertinas in the Eastern U.
Some previously unpublished photographs are included. Posted 15 April Notes on the Beginnings of Concertina Playing in Ireland, — by Dan Worrall Although the Irish are known for their long folk memory, the story of how of concertina playing began there has been largely lost; it is often tagged to a threadbare tale of mariners bringing them up the Shannon estuary to Clare.
This paper reconstructs its history by using period accounts from newspapers, books and family histories to document the social gatherings where it was played, and the vendors who sold it. The Anglo-German concertina was enormously popular all across Ireland during its heyday, amongst people of nearly all social and economic groups. Its later concentration in Clare was not a result of how it arrived, but of local cultural and economic factors that aided its barest survival there while it was completely dropped—and all but forgotten—elsewhere in the country.
Posted 15 November Ladies in the Wheatstone Ledgers: It is in two parts: Royal Musical Association Research Chronicle v. Posted 21 March Historic Concertina Patents Directory A portfolio of full copies of nine historic concertina patents.
History of Concertinas
They have mostly been found in concertina cases with few hints to date them. The approximate dates ascribed to the price lists here are based on internal evidence, as follows: Wheatstone moved from Conduit Street to West Street in , where they remained until after the war. Parts of the operation were moved to other locations around and , but the West Street flagship remained until around The basic postcode areas e.
Early Exploration of Tibet, Nepal, Tartary, the Himalaya, Karakoram, Introduction. Rather than provide a comprehensive history of the area or its discovery and exploration by the west, the main purpose of this section is to provide an overview that ties together my books and reading on these topics.
Breathing Colour is an installation-based show that takes a deeper look at the way colour behaves, exploring shapes, materials, shadows and reflections. How does the light during the day influence the colours and materials? What is the relationship between form and colour? When does a colour lift up a shape and give it a new dimension? What is the role of shadow? All elemental aspects of design. The ultimate aim is to pit the power of colour against the power of form. In my work I think about how coloured objects affect other objects and how all the objects behave in a certain setting.
How important is size or volume for a colour and how do coloured objects influence one another? The different materials have an impact on each other and certain colours can accentuate horizontal shapes, while others are better for vertical forms.
Wheatstone and Lachenal Dates of Manufacture Wes Williams has written an excellent article on this subject which, if you have access to the Internet, can be read at: If you own a Lachenal concertina you can help! Send Chris Algar of Barleycorn Concertinas see section 9, Shops and Dealers a note or an email giving a brief description of your Lachenal concertina and its number.
(Dating of Lachenal Concertinas) By David Aumann The story goes that Louis Lachenal, who had been employed by the Wheatstone company, left to set up his own business (possibly taking some of Wheatstone’s tools, and even some employees) around
Anglo Concertina Buyer’s Guide Lachenal In a competitive concertina-manufacturing and selling environment, the Lachenal company produced a range of very fine instruments, including many “student” models. Anglo Lachenals are, as far as I know, all considered “student” grade. They’re good instruments with “real” steel or brass concertina reeds and construction, but the action and sound won’t be as nice or as consistent as some other makes mentioned below.
These instruments were all made in the UK, so “vintage English” usually refers to a Lachenal, Wheatstone, Jeffries or Crabb, and implies superior compared to the Italian Stagis quality of construction, sound, and playability action. If you can afford it, one of these vintage concertinas will be a fine instrument on which to learn, and frankly, you might never need to purchase another instrument as long as you live. They had a metal-ended model available for a little more, but since I was already a bit over my budget, I got the wooden-end model.
Some people say the wooden-ended models have a mellower sound and so are better for accompaniment if you plan on singing at the same time, but I think this is a very general rule, and probably varies a lot from instrument to instrument. The type of reeds and layout of the reedpan also affects sound quality considerably see the note below by Rich Morse of The Button Box for more details.
Try to get a button though, as a button would be very limiting musically, as you would have only the C and G rows, and no accidentals besides the F of the G scale. Lachenal duet and accompanying brochure, photos courtesy of Kevin Gow kgandll juno. His comments about the decline of the concertina industry are also very interesting.
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Journet, 43, Tottenham Court Rd. Housed for a number of years at the former Concertina Museum, Belper, Derbyshire, they are now part of the Wayne Archive at the Horniman Museum, London, where they are in the process of being digitised by Robert Gaskins; when that work is completed, they will be made available for research both on the web and on a CD-ROM which will be available from the Museum.
The surviving twentieth-century ledgers, from on part of the Dickinson Archive , are already available in both formats; see http: Note added June
A Brief History of the Anglo Concertina in the United States by Dan Worrall In the United States the Anglo-German concertina was very popular during the middle and late nineteenth century, but by the early twentieth century it had all but vanished from American popular culture, becoming only a Hollywood symbol of “the old days”.
For the related movie, see North Face film. For the train station, see Eigerwand railway station. The Nordwand, German for “north wall” or “north face,” is the north face of the Eiger also known as the Eigernordwand: It is one of the three great north faces of the Alps , along with the north faces of the Matterhorn and the Grandes Jorasses known as ‘the Trilogy’.
At 2, metres inside the mountain lies the Eigerwand railway station. The station is connected to the north face by a tunnel opening at the face, which has sometimes been used to rescue climbers. The Eiger Trail, at the base of the north face, runs from Eigergletscher to Alpiglen railway stations.
The Concertina Museum Collection
During these 37 years Wheatstone manufactured about 2, Englishes and Duets, with serial numbers from about through , and some 9, Anglos, with serial numbers from through The original version of this article appeared on the net at concertina. Posted 23 June Dates of Concertinas by Henry Minting One sheet of blurred manual typing with dim hand-written additions, and another sheet in two copies possibly re-typed later from the first on an electric typewriter, with “Dates of Concertinas” relating Wheatstone serial numbers to dates of manufacture.
Unpublished manuscripts, Horniman Museum Library. Neither sheet has yet been catalogued at the Horniman, but these appear to constitute item number C in Neil Wayne’s finding list to his archives, which is described as “C A copy of a complete dating list for Wheatstone Concertinas, compiled by Henry Minting.
New evidence for the role played by Louis Lachenal in the early manufacturing history of C. Wheatstone & Co., and some points of reference to use in seeking to date Lachenal concertinas.
Tell us about it. This paper reconstructs its history by using period accounts from newspapers, books and family histories to document the social gatherings where it was played, and the vendors who sold it. The Anglo-German concertina was enormously popular all across Ireland during its heyday, amongst people of nearly all social and economic groups. Its later concentration in Clare was not a result of how it arrived, but of local cultural and economic factors that aided its barest survival there while it was completely dropped—and all but forgotten—elsewhere in the country.
Posted 15 November The Victorian Concertina: These decisions become especially critical for those who would perform the music in a manner that may at least approximate the way it may have sounded in the nineteenth century. Briefly, there are three basic decisions to be made. The first two concern the choice of instrument: The third decision, on the other hand, has to do with a fundamental question of playing technique: After the revival of interest in traditional music and in concertinas from the s the Anglo has once again had some popularity in the United States, but without connection to any tradition of its earlier widespread use in America.
This paper attempts to reconstruct a basic history of the Anglo concertina in the U. Topics discussed include the early use of German concertinas in the Eastern U.
Notes on Specific Instruments 1. Russell, 80, Goswell St. Journet, 43, Tottenham Court Rd. This article originated as a set of guidelines that I sent to Chris Algar for the Lachenal serial number dating project. The surviving nineteenth-century ledgers of C. Housed for a number of years at the former Concertina Museum, Belper, Derbyshire, they are now part of the Wayne Archive at the Horniman Museum, London, where they are in the process of being digitised by Robert Gaskins; when that work is completed, they will be made available for research both on the web and on a CD-ROM which will be available from the Museum.
Spolia (Latin, ‘spoils’), repurposed building stone for new construction, or decorative sculpture reused in new monuments, is the result of an ancient and widespread practice whereby stone that has been quarried, cut, and used in a built structure, is carried away to be used practice is of particular interest to historians, archaeologists and architectural historians since the.
A decent survey of Lachenal’s family history and his introduction of mass-production techniques into concertina manufacturing is that of Stephen Chambers , now on concertina. After around 18 years of concertina manufacture at the Conduit Street workshops, to , the new design of concertina resulting from Louis Lachenal’s new manufacturing processes were announced in Wheatstone’s promotional leaflet of mid , the sole surviving copy of which is now in the Horniman Museum Wayne Collection.
The 40 or so Lachenal concertinas in the Collection show the development of his key concertinas based on the designs he had produced whilst at Wheatstones, but the Lachenal factory built up a widespread network of dealers throughout Britain and around the world; we show below a selection of links to some of the dealers’ labels appearing on Lachenal instruments in the Collection. We list below short summaries of some of the Lachenal instruments in the Collection, including Item C.
It was owned by Marie Lachenal , Louis’s daughter, who was a noted performer and promoter of the family’s instruments throughout the s and s. An early appearance of reeds stamped in a tiny font-size with the r eed-frame size-number , corresponding to the number specified on the circular pan-labels.
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Afterwards, I regretted not taking the shot. I resolved not to make the same mistake again. The day started at 3: We were several miles from the truck. The day was progressing like all the other days over the past few weeks.
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Introduction Rather than provide a comprehensive history of the area or its discovery and exploration by the west, the main purpose of this section is to provide an overview that ties together my books and reading on these topics. It is as much for my own benefit as for any third party reader. It is a guide which is hopefully easier to navigate than a list of book titles. If you want to go deeper into the history of exporation in China and Tibet, then I highly recommend the complementary pages of Matthias Claus on “Reisen und Abenteuer in China und Tibet.
One page is a comprehensive annotated chronology of exploration of China and Tibet from – , and the other covers the same material, but is organized alphabetically, by person. These pages are in German. I also highly recommend spending time on the web site of the British Library. See for example the Aid for Researchers page and associated links on Afghanistan: Since the topic is so broad, it is difficult to recommend any single book that covers the literature or the scope of my interests.
One notable exception, however, is Cameron’s volume, produced in association with the Royal Geographical Society: Mountains of the Gods: The Himalaya and the Mountains of Central Asia. If you only buy one book to cover what follows and it is affordable , this might be it.