“How to Evaluate an Antique PIano: Part III”
The PIano Technicians Journal November 2010
“How to Evaluate an Antique Piano: Part II”
The PIano Technicians Journal Oct. 2010
“How to Evaluate an Antique Piano: Part I”
September 2010, The Piano Technicians Journal
Presenting paper on piano touch and tone perception and research at the American Musical Instrument Society Conference at the Library of Congress, May 26-29th.
for more information see:
Book review of Mr. Langshaw’s Square Piano: The Story of the First Pianos and How They Caused a Cultural Revolution by Madeline Goold, Bluebridge Books, New York, 2009 for The Piano Technicians Journal
Review of The New-York Book of Prices for Manufacturing Piano-fortes by The Society of Journeymen Piano-forte Makers New York, 1835, Foreward by Henry Z. Steinway, Introduction by Laurence Libin, published by American Musical Instrument Society, Inc. 2009, 109 pp. inclusive.
I’ll provide a link to my review of this book after the copyright reverts back to me in a few months.
In the meantime, if you are serious about fortepianos, I suggest you find a copy of this long awaited translation and give it a read.
“The Cantos Music Foundation: The History of the Keyboard from the Beginning to the Present”, PTG Journal, January 2009.
“Running a Small Shop Restoration Business” with Chuck Behm, PTG Journal, October 2008.
“Opening Modern Eyes, Ears and Minds to the Past: 18th and 19th century Pianos in the 21st Century”, The Canadian Music Teacher, January 2008.