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Making music with home made instruments

Paul E Rosene

Making music with home made instruments

by Paul E Rosene

  • 150 Want to read
  • 36 Currently reading

Published by Stripes .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Children with disabilities,
  • Music therapy,
  • Percussion instruments

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages36
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11163559M
    ISBN 10087563236X
    ISBN 109780875632360
    OCLC/WorldCa16818593

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Making music with home made instruments by Paul E Rosene Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Havighurst made a real effort to avoid that with his book, I think. This, if nothing else, makes the book worth a look. The level of detail in the step-by-step instructions is very good, with only two exceptions/5(6).

Handmade Music Factory: The Ultimate Guide to Making Foot~Stompin'~Good Instruments by Mike Orr gives instructions for making real, usable instruments out of cookie tins, making an electrified stomp box and washboard, one string washtub bass, an ironing board lap steel guitar and a soup can diddley bow/5().

"Do-Re-Mi" Xylophone If you've got a serious hankering for DIY projects, this adorable xylophone that kids can play along to "Do-Re-Mi" from The Sound of Music, fits the Lovely Indeed, you'll need to make a trek to the home-improvement store for all the materials, but the chic design and good sound quality means you'll want to keep it out instead of stashing it away somewhere.

This book will show you how to make your own musical instruments. The instruments in this book are all members of the clarinet family. I have developed these designs and measurements over the last 25 years and included in this book are 13 of the instruments with various tunings and materials. The instructions for the builds are really well documented, with plenty of photos and explanatory captions and call-outs.

There’s even a page ebook, A Guide to Advanced Cigar Box Guitar Making, by Joshua Gayou that covers everything from an introduction to all of the tools used in instrument making to the hardware, the woodworking, the electronics, and finishing.

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Ths book contains plans and instructions for making eight different stringed instruments: a bowed psaltery, a lyre, a simple lute, an appalachian dulcimer, a flat-backed mandolin, a mediaeval fiddle, a gothic harp and a s: 8.

"Making Wood Folk Instruments" is a nice little book with lots of musical projects for everyone. Don't expect this to be like Ikea; You won't be assembling things with a hammer and screwdriver. A good, well-stocked workshop is a necessity.

The book clearly shows you how to make many historic musical instruments, as well as giving a goodReviews:   Humans have been making music using homemade instruments since long before recorded history.

This fun how-to book blends music, science, common household items and tools, and instructions on how to create everything from a zucchini flute to a homemade music box and an eerie-sounding theremin using three old AM radios positioned close together/5(15).

Find and save ideas about homemade instruments on Pinterest. One of music’s most celebrated homemade musical instruments is the “walking piano”, which was created by Italian engineer Remo Saraceni. It was installed in New York toy store FAO Schwarz.

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Music & Movement. See more ideas about Music and movement, Homemade instruments pins. 20 DIY Musical Instruments. I searched the web for a great collection of homemade musical instruments. They are accessible because they are inexpensive to make and can be created by kids of all age.

I have to thank the talented bloggers who came up with all of these fabulous ideas. Music is that much sweeter when it’s from an instrument you made yourself!

Put your woodworking skills to the test with this roundup of musical instrument plans, broken down into strings, wind, percussion and ancient/period instruments. Not everything out there is a proper plan sometimes it’s more of a photo essay, sometimes just drawings. For the Every Day Art Project Magical Music Makers, we offered a mix of found materials for guests to make their own instruments.

We used yarn, string, wire, small plastic containers, straws, bottle caps, corks, tape, glue, wood scraps and other plastic and cardboard pieces.