456 Let me conclude by remarking that any student of Greek ar- chitecture will find this book an indispensable asset. OOSTERBEEK, Zonneheuvelweg 26 A. V. M. HUBRECHT DE NOVIS LIBRIS IUDICIA J. PERROT, L'orgue de ses origines hellénistiques à la fin du XIIIe siècle. Étude historique et archéologique. Paris, A. et J. Picard, 1965. XII, 434 p. 28 pl., 27 figs. Pr. F 75. Sixty years after the publication of H. Degering, Die Orgel. Ihre Eyfindung und ihre Geschichte bis zur Kayolingerzeit (Miinster 1905), this excellent book has come into the market and will be of value for decades to come. All the descriptions and mentions of the organ up to the XIIIth century are covered. Besides, the author has separately inserted the Greek and Roman texts, and translations have been supplied. Then he has discussed all the representations and archaeological discoveries and nearly all the literature published up to the time of writing. There is a complete collection of photographs and drawings. Moreover, the author has written a separate chapter (short and in outlines, but clear) about Greek and Roman music as an introduction to the study of the sound of the organ in antiquity. Beginning with
Mnemosyne – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1968
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