3D Object | Photos, Prints, Drawings DCM 1259: Anonymous / Sopranino Recorder in F [Stolen]
Photos, Prints, Drawings
Sopranino Recorder in F [Stolen]
- DCM 1259: Anonymous / Sopranino Recorder in F [Stolen]
- Contributor Names
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- Subject Headings
- - Sopranino Recorder in F [Stolen]
- - Physical Objects
- Physical Objects
- - Key Holes System: 1/7 holes.
- - Physical Description: Engraved throughout, black filled with animals, birds, in a spiral effect around the center joint.
- - Mark Maximum: No mark.
- - 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 1259. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org. The instrument is unique and can be easily identified by photographs in the files of the Library of Congress and the FBI.
- - Condition: DCM ledger: "A beautiful unique specimen in perfect condition, except lip is slightly nicked."
- - Provenance: Rudall, Carte & Co., London, 29 Aug. 1935.
- Ivory.; 24.9 cm.
- nonprojected graphic
- 1 sound disc : analog ; 12 in.
- Source Collection
- Dayton C. Miller Flute Collection
- Music Division
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- Other Formats
- Access Condition
- For rights information please contact the Performing Arts Reading Room at http://www.loc.gov/rr/askalib/ask-perform.html