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  • edited by George Grove Percussion by Hubert Parry 1996160A Dictionary of Music and Musicians — Percussion1900 PERCUSSION. The treatment of a large
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  • 1876  (1876)  Hammers and Percussion By Arthur Rigg 599159Popular Science Monthly Volume 9 May 1876 — Hammers and Percussion By Arthur Rigg1876
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  • Viennese physician, published his Inventum Novum, describing the art of percussion in reference more especially to diseases of the chest. This consisted
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  • muskets, and a similar number from six percussion muskets, in all weathers. This trial established the percussion principle. The shooting was found to be
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  • effleurage, after five minutes of percussion, after five minutes of pétrissage, and finally after five minutes of friction, percussion, and petrissage alternating
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  • and in the percussion part of “time and percussion” fuzes. Here the ferrule, on shock of discharge, moves back relatively to the percussion pellet by collapsing
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  • PAGE May 1876 Society and Organism 1 Hammers and Percussion 11 Prepossessions for and Against the Super-Natural 21 Lessons in Electricity II 30 Recent
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  • baskische Trommel, Tambourin, or Schellen-trommel) , a popular instrument of percussion of indefinite musical pitch, used for marking the rhythm in dance or bacchanalian
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  • Encyclopaedia of Music by John Weeks Moore Anschlag 69152Complete Encyclopaedia of Music — AnschlagJohn Weeks Moore Anschlag. The percussion of a discord.
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  • physician, born 19 November, 1722; died 17 May, 1807. He was the inventor of percussion in physical diagnosis and is considered one of the small group of men
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  • serviceable arm, .69 calibre, clasp bayonet, long-range sight, original percussion barrel, and well finished.' On August 16th, 1861, General Ripley replied
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  • Strohfiedel or Holzharmonika; Ital. armonica de legno), a small instrument of percussion, of definite sonorousness, used in the orchestra to mark the rhythm. The
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  • thenceforward reigned supreme up to the introduction of a practicable percussion lock about 1830-1840. But the term “musket” survived the thing it originally
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  • harmonium, but is differentiated from it by having no stops; being without percussion action, it does not speak readily or clearly. As in the harmonium, the
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  • immediately ordered him to go into the enemy's country and bring out percussion caps, because at that time the supply was limited to but four rounds for
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  • heating to a certain temperature, but also by quite moderate friction or percussion. Consequently there is much danger in manufacture and storage, and however
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  • resonant receptacle, and the method of percussion. The intensity of the sound depends upon the degree of percussive force used and the diameter of the vellum
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  • student-lamps, hinges, match-safes, clocks, watches, pins, hooks and eyes and percussion-caps are made by the million. Waterbury was settled in 1667. Population
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  • SISTRUM (Gr. σεῖστρον, Ger. Rappel), an ancient Egyptian instrument of percussion of indefinite musical pitch, a kind of metal rattle. The sistrum consists
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  • the adufe of the Moors of Spain), the principal musical instrument of percussion of the Israelites, identical with the modern tambourine. The word timbrel
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