3D Object DCM 0118: George Winfield Haynes / Flute in Low F (Alto or Bass in F)
About this Item
- DCM 0118: George Winfield Haynes / Flute in Low F (Alto or Bass in F)
- Contributor Names
- George Winfield Haynes
- Created / Published
- Los Angeles, 1898.
- Physical Objects
- - DCM ledger: "The tube is made of Mexican silver dollars, which cost 43 cents per dollar. Head joint is seamless, made of hollow ingot, bored, turned, and drawn on special hydraulic draw-bench. Tube has the first drawn tone-holes, originated by Geo. W. Haynes, and since copied by others. Lip plate made from $20 gold piece. Entire flute made by Haynes himself in 1898...the engraved name was [later] added with Mr. Haynes approval."
- - Instrument type: Flute in Low F (Alto or Bass in F)
- - Medium: Tube of Mexican silver dollars, embouchure plate of $20 gold piece.; 95.1 cm.
- - Key Holes System: Boehm system, cylindrical, closed G#, Briccialdi key, foot to C.
- - Mark Maximum: George W. Haynes / Los Angeles / 1898 (cursive)
- - Mark Additional: Mark on barrel.
- - Case: Case, with round silver container inside.
- - Provenance: Baxter-Northup Co., Los Angeles, 18 Oct. 1919.
- nonprojected graphic
- 1 sound disc : analog ; 12 in.
- DLC Music Division, Library of Congress
- Access Condition
- For rights information please contact the Performing Arts Reading Room at https://www.loc.gov/rr/askalib/ask-perform.html
- Online Format
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Chicago citation style:
George Winfield Haynes. DCM: George Winfield Haynes / Flute in Low F Alto or Bass in F. Los Angeles, 1898. Image. https://www.loc.gov/item/dcmflute.0118/.
APA citation style:
George Winfield Haynes. (1898) DCM: George Winfield Haynes / Flute in Low F Alto or Bass in F. Los Angeles. [Image] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/dcmflute.0118/.
MLA citation style:
George Winfield Haynes. DCM: George Winfield Haynes / Flute in Low F Alto or Bass in F. Los Angeles, 1898. Image. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/dcmflute.0118/>.
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