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Baines, Anthony.  Brass Instruments: Their History and Development. London: Faber, 1976. (B)

 

Barbour, J. Murray.  Trumpets, Horns and Music.  Michigan State University Press, 1964.

 

Brüchle, Bernhard and Kurt Janetzky.  A Pictorial History of the Horn.  Munich: Verlegt Bei Hans

         Schneider, 1976. 

 

Clark, Andrew.  “The Heydey of the Hand Horn and the Birth of the Valved Horn: A Study of the

         Nineteenth Century Horn Technique as Revealed in the Solo Works for Horn by Carl Czerny.”  

         Historic Brass Society Journal 13 (2001): 118-127.

 

Coar, Birchard.  The French Horn.  Ann Arbor, Michigan: Edwards Brothers, Inc., 1947. (C1)

 

Coar, Birchard.  A Critical Study of the Nineteenth Century Horn Virtuosi in France.  Dekalb, IL:

          Birchard Coar, 1952. (C2)

 

Dean, Roger T.  “Jazz, Improvisation and Brass.” In The Cambridge Companion to Brass

           Instruments, ed.  Trevor Herbert and John Wallace, 217-235.  Cambridge: Cambridge

           University Press, 1997. (D)

 

Ericson, John Q.  "Beethoven's Symphony No. 9, Schubert's Nachtgesang im Walde and Auf dem

           Strom, and the Horn Technique of the Lewy Brothers in the 1820s." The Horn Call Annual 8

           (1996): 5-1 (E)

 

Ericson, John Q. "The Double Horn and its Invention in 1897." The Horn Call 28, no.2 (Feb 1998):

           31-3. (E5)

 

Ericson, John Q.  “Heinrich Stoelzel and Early Valved Horn Technique.”  Historic Brass Society

           Journal 9 (1997): 63-82. (E1)

 

Ericson, John Q.  Horn Articles Online: Articles and Tips on Horn Playing and Horn History. 

          <http://www.hornarticles.com>

 

Ericson, John Q. "Joseph Rudolphe Lewy and Valved Horn Technique in Germany, 1837-1851."

            The Horn Call Annual 9 (1997): 23-35. (E2)

 

Ericson, John Q. "The Original Kopprasch Etudes." The Horn Call 27, no. 2 (Feb 1997): 17-21.

             (E6)

 

Ericson, John Q. "The Valve Horn and Its Performing Techniques in the Nineteenth Century: An

            Overview." The Horn Call Annual 4 (1992): 2-32. (E3)

 

Ericson, John Q.  "Why Was the Valve Invented?" The Horn Call  28, no. 3 (May 1998): 35-40.

              (E4)

 

Evans, Robert.  “The post-classical horn.” In The Cambridge Companion to Brass Instruments, ed. 

           Trevor Herbert and John Wallace, 207-216.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997.

 

Fasman, Mark J.  Brass Bibliography: Sources on the History, Literature, Pedagogy,Performance,

           and Acoustics of Brass Instruments.  Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1990.

 

Fitzpatrick, Horace.  “An Eighteenth-Century Bohemian School of Horn-makers.” The Galpin Society

            Journal 18 (February 1964): 77-88.

 

Fitzpatrick, Horace. The Horn and Horn Playing and the Austro-Bohemian Tradition from 1680 to

            1830. London: Oxford University Press, 1970. (F)

 

Fitzpatrick, Horace.  “Notes on the Vienna Horn.” The Galpin Society Journal 14 (March 1961): 49

             51.

 

Fitzpatrick, Horace.  “Some Historical Notes on the Horn in Germany and Austria.” The Galpin

            Society Journal 16 (May 1963): 33-48.

 

Gregory, Robin.  The Horn: A Comprehensive Guide to the Modern Instrument and its Music. 

             New York: Frederick A. Praeger, Inc., 1969. 

 

Hiebert, Thomas.  “A Case for Horn in D basso in the Early Eighteenth Century and its effect on Horn

            and-Trumpet Combinations.” In Perspectives in Brass Scholarship: Proceedings of the 

            International Historic Brass Symposium, Amherst, 1995, ed. Steward Carter, 115-133. 

            Stuyvesant, NY: Pedragon Press, 1997. (H1)

 

Hiebert, Thomas. “The horn in the Baroque and Classical periods.” In The Cambridge Companion

            to Brass Instruments, ed.  Trevor Herbert and John Wallace,103-114. Cambridge: Cambridge

            University Press, 1997. (H2)

 

Hiebert, Thomas. “Virtuosity, Experimentation, and Innovation in Horn Writing from the Early 18th

            Century Dresden.” Historic Brass Society Journal 4 (1992): 112-139.

 

Hill, Douglas. Collected Thoughts on Teaching and Learning, Creativity, and Horn Performance.

              Miami: Warner Bros., 2001. (Hill)

 

Humphries, John.  The Early Horn: A Practical Guide.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,

             2000. (H)

 

Janetzky, Kurt and Bernhard Brüchle.  The Horn.  Transcribed by James Chater.Portland, Oregon:

             Amadeus Press, 1988. (J/B)

 

Kearns, Andrew.  “Clarino Horn, Hand Horn, and Virtuosity in Late-Eighteenth Century Horn

             Concerto.”  Horn Call Annual 3 (1991): 2-30. (K)

 

Merewether, Richard.  The Horn, the Horn.  London: Paxman, 1978.

 

Morley-Pegge, Reginald.  The French Horn. London: Benn, 1973. (M-P)

 

Pizka, Hans.  Das Horn bei Mozart.  Munich: Hans Pizka Edition, 1980. 

 

Schlesinger, Kathleen.  “’Horn’: Encyclopedia Brittanica, 11th Edition, (1910-11).” Horn Call

             Annual 9 (1997): 7-21.

 

Snedeker, Jeffrey L.  “The Early Valved Horn and Its Proponents in Paris 1826-1840.” Horn Call   

             Annual 6 (1996): 6-17. (S1)

 

Snedeker, Jeffrey L.  “The Horn in Early America.”  In Perspectives in Brass Scholarship:

            Proceedings of the International Historic Brass Symposium, Amherst, 1995, ed. Steward

            Carter, 151-169.  Stuyvesant, NY: Pedragon Press, 1997. (S2)

 

Strauchen, E. Bradley.  “Giovanni Puzzi and Horn Playing in London’s Orchestras in the 1820s.” 

            Historic Brass Society Journal 11 (1999): 37-68.

 

Tuckwell, Barry.  Horn.  London:  Kahn & Averill, 2002.  (T)