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Ronald Lewcock, Rijn Pirn, Jürgen Meyer, Carleen M. Hutchins, J. Woodhouse, John C. Schelleng, Bernard Richardson, Daniel W. Martin, Arthur H. Benade, Murray Campbell, Thomas D. Rossing, and Johan Sundberg

, a second harmonic, a third harmonic and a sixth harmonic (see Rossing and Sathoff, 1980 ). Bibliography C.V. Raman : ‘The Indian Musical Drum’, Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Sciences , section A, 1 (1934), 179–88 T.D. Rossing and H.J. Sathoff : ‘Modes of Vibration and Sound Radiation from Tuned Handbells’, JASA , 68 (1980), 2225–6 T.D. Rossing : ‘The Physics of Kettledrums’, Scientific American , 247 (1982), 172–8 T.D. Rossing and R.B. Shepherd : ‘Acoustics of Cymbals’, Proceedings of the 11th International Congress on Acoustics:



Harold S. Powers, Frans Wiering, James Porter, James Cowdery, Richard Widdess, Ruth Davis, Marc Perlman, Stephen Jones, and Allan Marett

Aspects of Indian Music , ed. S. Mutatkar (New Delhi, 1987), 13–18 S. Ramanatham : ‘The Concept of the Rāga in Carnatic Music’, Aspects of Indian Music , ed. S. Mutatkar (New Delhi, 1987), 9–12 D.R. Widdess : ‘Sugar, Candy and Treacle: History and the Concept of Rāga in Indian Music’, Ethnomusicology and the Historical Dimension , ed. M.L. Philipp (Ludwigsburg, 1989), 71–81 H.S. Powers : ‘Reinterpretations of Tradition in Hindustani Music: Omkarnath Thankur contra Vishnu Narayan Bhatkhande’, The Traditional Indian Theory and Practice of Music and Dance , ed


Stephen J. Adams

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Mugerauer (Dordrecht, 1985), 87–98 The Thinking Ear: Complete Writings on Music Education (Toronto, 1986) Patria and the Theatre of Confluence (Indian River, ON, 1991); repr. Descant , 22 (Summer 1991) A Sound Education: 100 Exercises in Listening and Sound-Making (Indian River, ON, 1992) Voices of Tyranny: Temples of Silence (Indian River, ON, 1993) Patria: the Complete Cycle (Toronto, 2002) Works Music theater Loving (Schafer), 1963–6 Patria 1: Wolfman (the Characteristics Man) (Schafer), 31 actors and singers, 32vv, orch, tape, 1966–74, rev. 1975 Patria 2:


Graham Sadler and Thomas Christensen

much less. In spite of the lack of prestige attached to the Fairs, he was to make useful contacts there, among them Louis Fuzelier, future librettist of Les Indes galantes. On 10 September 1725 Rameau attended a performance by two Louisiana Indians at the Théâtre Italien; he was soon to characterize their dancing in the harpsichord piece Les sauvages , later published in his Nouvelles suites de pieces de clavecin. Les sauvages was one of the works that Rameau referred to in his oft-quoted letter ( 25 October 1727 ) to the dramatist Antoine Houdar de Lamotte