3D Object DCM 0045: Edward Riley, senior / English Double Flageolet
About this Item
- DCM 0045: Edward Riley, senior / English Double Flageolet
- Edward Riley, senior
Created / Published
- New York, 1811-1831.
- Physical Objects
- - Marked adjacent to the windway cut-off key lever are the words "stop key", apparently added by former owner. Also the right thumb key has crudely scratched "B" on the key flap. The stock has an unfinished key mounting block for the other windway cut-off key, never notched or drilled.
- - Instrument type: English Double Flageolet
- - Medium: Boxwood, ivory (possibly bone) mouthpiece, finger studs and ferrules, brass keys.; 47 cm.
- - Key Holes System: 6 brass keys, flat square flap, pin in block, one for windway cut-off (left thumb); left pipe 1(key)/7 plus 1(D#) key; right pipe 1(key)/5 plus 2 keys.
- - Mark Maximum: E-RILEY / CHATHAM-ST / N-YORK.
- - Mark Additional: Mark on body. Right pipe marked: E-RILEY, left pipe marked: N-YORK.
- - Condition: Mouthpiece likely not original, although possibly period; stock cracked and the windway stop key block is broken off.
- - Provenance: The Little French Shop, New York, 22 July 1916.
- nonprojected graphic
- 1 sound disc : analog ; 12 in.
- DLC Music Division, Library of Congress
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Edward Riley, Senior. DCM: Edward Riley, senior / English Double Flageolet. New York, to 1831, 1811. Image. https://www.loc.gov/item/dcmflute.0045/.
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Edward Riley, S. (1811) DCM: Edward Riley, senior / English Double Flageolet. New York, to 1831. [Image] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/dcmflute.0045/.
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Edward Riley, Senior. DCM: Edward Riley, senior / English Double Flageolet. New York, to 1831, 1811. Image. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/dcmflute.0045/>.