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Article Thamarai Selvan (March 23, 2021)
Panrutti Kattai: Crafting Taste and Sound. Technology's Stories. (/isis/citation/CBB861075946/) unapi

Thesis Patrick David-Jung Bonczyk (2021)
“Wond’rous Machines”: How Eighteenth-Century Harpsichords Managed the Human-Animal, Human-Machine Boundaries. (/isis/citation/CBB497166926/) unapi

Article Scott A. Trudell (2020)
An organ for the seraglio: Thomas Dallam's artificial life. Renaissance Studies (pp. 766-783). (/isis/citation/CBB932945210/) unapi

Article Sonja Petersen (2019)
The Notebook and the Laboratory – Types of Knowledge in German Piano-making, 1880–1930. History and Technology (pp. 58-80). (/isis/citation/CBB178123492/) unapi

Article Brenno Boccadoro; Paolo Gozza (2019)
Ripensare l'umanesimo musicale. Bruniana & Campanelliana: Ricerche Filosofiche e Materiali Storico-testuali (pp. 117-131). (/isis/citation/CBB342327129/) unapi

Book Thor Magnusson (2019)
Sonic writing: technologies of material, symbolic, and signal inscriptions. (/isis/citation/CBB909967877/) unapi

Thesis Katelyn Clark (2019)
The Early Pianoforte School in London’s Musical World, 1785–1800: Technology, Market, Gender, and Style. (/isis/citation/CBB679560387/) unapi

Thesis Zhuqing Hu (2019)
From Ut Re Mi to Fourteen-Tone Temperament: The Global Acoustemologies of an Early Modern Chinese Tuning Reform. (/isis/citation/CBB144734757/) unapi

Article Manuel Bertolini (2019)
Campanella, musica e storia culturale nel Rinascimento. Bruniana & Campanelliana: Ricerche Filosofiche e Materiali Storico-testuali (pp. 103-116). (/isis/citation/CBB144018218/) unapi

Article Giuseppe Severini; Andrea Orlando (2018)
ORGANISTRUM IN SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA: SYMPHONIA COELESTIS. Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry (pp. 345-352). (/isis/citation/CBB705706767/) unapi

Article Brandon Konoval (2018)
Pythagorean Pipe Dreams? Vincenzo Galilei, Marin Mersenne, and the Pneumatic Mysteries of the Pipe Organ. Perspectives on Science (pp. 1-51). (/isis/citation/CBB973868448/) unapi

Article Martensen, Karin (2018)
Mensch und Maschine in den Laboratorien Thomas Alva Edisons. Ein Beitrag zur Technikhistorie aus musikwissenschaftlicher Sicht. (Man and machine in the laboratories of Thomas Alva Edison. A contribution to the history of technology from a musicological point of view.). Technikgeschichte: Beiträge zur Geschichte der Technik und Industrie (pp. 149-172). (/isis/citation/CBB084582039/) unapi

Book Daniel Warner (2017)
Live Wires: A History of Electronic Music. (/isis/citation/CBB353866426/) unapi

Chapter Myles W. Jackson (2017)
Charles Wheatstone: Musical Instrument Making, Natural Philosophy, and Acoustics in Early-Nineteenth-Century London. In: Sound Knowledge: Music and Science in London, 1789-1851 (p. 101). (/isis/citation/CBB370684235/) unapi

Chapter Flora Willson (2017)
Hearing Things: Musical Objects at the 1851 Great Exhibition. In: Sound Knowledge: Music and Science in London, 1789-1851 (p. 227). (/isis/citation/CBB406736948/) unapi

Chapter James Q. Davies (2017)
Instruments of Empire. In: Sound Knowledge: Music and Science in London, 1789-1851 (p. 145). (/isis/citation/CBB147604907/) unapi

Article Cecilia Panti (2017)
Boethius and Ptolemy on Harmony, Harmonics and Human Music. Micrologus: Nature, Sciences and Medieval Societies (pp. 3-36). (/isis/citation/CBB900599050/) unapi

Book Rebecca Cypess (2016)
Curious and Modern Inventions: Instrumental Music as Discovery in Galileo's Italy. (/isis/citation/CBB480474643/) unapi

Book Laurent Dubois (2016)
The Banjo: America’s African Instrument. (/isis/citation/CBB345824780/) unapi

Article Deepanwita Dasgupta (2016)
Scientific Practice in the Contexts of Peripheral Science: C. V. Raman and His Construction of a Mechanical Violin-Player. Perspectives on Science (pp. 381-395). (/isis/citation/CBB105730493/) unapi


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