Format 3D Object
Photos, Prints, Drawings
Contributors Anonymous
Dates 1700
Language English
Subjects Physical Objects
Sopranino Recorder in F [Stolen]
Title
DCM 0329: Anonymous / Sopranino Recorder in F [Stolen]
Contributor Names
Anonymous
Genre
Physical Objects
Notes
-  Two flutes were stolen from the Library of Congress a number of years ago and are likely in Europe. They are DCM 0329 and DCM 1259. This is a photograph of DCM 0329. The digital image shown here was taken from an original photographic print made by Miller. You are encouraged to be watchful for this instrument and report any revelant information to the Library of Congress. Contact the Music Division at cwar@loc.gov. The instrument is unique and can be easily identified by photographs in the files of the Library of Congress and the FBI.
-  Instrument type: Sopranino Recorder in F [Stolen]
-  Medium: Ivory.; 26.3 cm.
-  Key Holes System: 1/7 holes. 7th hole drilled twice for right or left hand players, the unused hole is plugged.
-  Mark Maximum: No mark.
-  Provenance: Sumner Healey, New York, 25 Apr. 1923. Formerly in the Tolbecque collection. This probably refers to the collection of Auguste Tolbecque, 1830-1919, Niort, France. Tolbecque was a composer, stringed instrument maker, cellist, and collector of musical instruments. In 1879, the Belgian government purchased many instruments from the Tolbecque collection for the Brussels Conservatory. This instrument probably comes from a second collection of instruments which was dispersed in 1922 along with Tolbecque's library. Biographical information on Tolbecque per Elisabeth Bernard, “Auguste Tolbecque,” The New Grove Dictionary of Music Online ed. L. Macy (Accessed 29 April 2003), [http://www.grovemusic.com]
Form
nonprojected graphic
photonegative
Extent
1 sound disc : analog ; 12 in.
Repository
DLC Music Division, Library of Congress
Other Formats
http://lcweb2.loc.gov/diglib/ihas/loc.music.dcmflute.0329/mets.xml
Access Condition
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