2 edition of care of musical instruments in Canadian collections found in the catalog.
care of musical instruments in Canadian collections
R. L. Barclay
by Canadian Conservation Institute, National Museums of Canada in Ottawa
Written in English
|Other titles||Le soin des collections canadiennes d"instruments de musiques.|
|Statement||by R.L. Barclay.|
|Series||Technical bulletin -- no. 4, Technical bulletin (Canadian Conservation Institute) -- no. 4.|
|LC Classifications||AM145 .T43 no. 4, ML460 .T43 no. 4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||29, 29 p. :|
|Number of Pages||29|
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Care of musical instruments in Canadian collections. Ottawa, Ont.: Canadian Conservation Institute, National Museums of Canada, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: R L Barclay. Canadian Conservation Institute Technical Bulletin 4 Guidelines for looking after a musical instrument collection from the acquisition of the items right through to their cleaning, care, and maintenance are presented, and attention is given to complete and thorough.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: English and French on inverted pages. Caption title. Title on added t.p.: Le soin des collections canadiennes d'instruments de musique. A Survey of Musical Instrument Collections in the United States and Canada (Ann Arbor, Mich ) Jenkins, Jean, ed.
International Directory of Musical Instrument Collections (Buren, Netherlands ) Barclay, R.L. Care of Musical Instruments in Canadian Collections, Canadian Conservation Institute Technical Bulletin 4 (Ottawa ). Author: R.L. Barclay. Offers guidelines for musical instrument collections from acquisition to cleaning, care and maintenance.
Attention is given to complete and thorough documentation and to problems of display and storage. This bulletin discusses temperature and humidity recommendations for archives, and explains care of musical instruments in Canadian collections book and why they have changed.
Care of musical instruments in Canadian collections / by R.L. Barclay.: NM/E-PDF ; CH/E-PDF "The object of this Bulletin is to describe in some detail the general care and maintenance of a musical instrument collection.
Care of Musical Instruments in Canadian Collections by R. Barclay Published by the Canadian Conservation Institute (CCI) macs Rd. Ottawa, Canada K1AOM8 INational Museums of Canada ISSN ISBN DSS CAT.
No NM /1—1 First printing, December Revised, January Abstract The object of this Bulletin is. Caring for instruments is complex and difficult since there may be many working parts.
The following resources provide information and advice on caring for musical instruments. Technical Bulletins. TB 4 The Care of Musical Instruments in Canadian Collections () Other CCI resources on this topic.
Basic care – Keyboard instruments. These resources on the care of specific types of objects and collections focus on the material properties and vulnerabilities of objects and the ways they become damaged as well as proper handling and storage techniques.
For an integrated approach to the care of a mixed collection, consult Preventive conservation guidelines for collections. Canadian-made musical instruments, in various states of playing condition, may be seen in pioneer villages, forts and museums of local historical societies.
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A bibliography and resources list are also included. x cm ( x ”), paperback, pp., illustrated; Available only from the Canadian Conservation Institute. Book covers that feature musical instruments.
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