422.621.1 Independent singly nested tubes. This group includes most of the instruments called wind instruments in the west, such as the flute or French horn, as well as many other kinds of instruments such as conch shells. 311.12 Heterochord musical bows – The string is of separate material from the bearer. The air-stream meets a sharp edge, or a sharp edge is moved through the air. A trumpet is a brass instrument commonly used in classical and jazz ensembles. Classification: Aerophone Wind Brass: Hornbostel–Sachs classification: 423.232 (Valved aerophone sounded by lip movement) Playing range; in F: sounds a perfect fifth lower than written. 412.2 Non-idiophonic interruptive instruments. Tro family of fiddles. W. Lott, H. Osthoff and W. Wolffheim (Berlin, 1929/R), 73–8, ‘Gestaltpsychologisches zur Stilkritik’, Studien zur Musikgeschichte: Festschrift für Guido Adler (Vienna, 1930/R), 12–16, ‘Phonographierte isländische Zwiegesänge’, Deutsche Islandforschung, i, ed. 311.2 Stick zithers – With rigid string carrier. SANS 10108:2017 Edition 6.1 3 The classification of hazardous locations and the selection of equipment for use in such locations 1 Scope 1.1 This standard covers the classification of surface and underground locations in which fires or explosions can occur owing to the presence of flammable gases, vapours or mists, dusts, fibres or 421.21 Flutes with external duct – The duct is outside the wall of the flute; this group includes flutes with the duct chamfered in the wall under a ring-like sleeve and other similar arrangements. Look at each picture and try to guess its country of origin and identify how it is played. Acoustic and electro-acoustic instruments which have a resonator as an integral part of the instrument, and solid-body electric chordophones. 112.111 Strung rattles – Rattling objects are strung in rows on a cord. The following is a list of musical instruments, categorized by section. These groups are subsequently divided through various criteria. repr. Idiophones which are rubbed, for example the nail violin, a bowed instrument with solid pieces of metal or wood rather than strings. in Deutsche Tonkünstler-Zeitung, xxvi/468 (1928), 30–31, ‘Laut und Sinn’, Festschrift Meinhof (Hamburg, 1927), 329–48, ‘African Negro Music’, Africa, i (1928), 30–62; repr. Various scholars, including Galpin (Textbook of European Instruments, London, 1937) and Sachs (History of Musical Instruments, New York, 1940), have suggested adding electrophones to the system, but it has not yet been formally extended. Shop for instruments.Browse the List of Musical Instruments below. 421.112.21 Mixed (raft) panpipes – The pipes are tied together in the form of a board, or they are made by drilling tubes *in a board. A mandolin's typically hollow wooden body has a neck with a flat (or slight radius) fretted fingerboard, a nut and floating bridge, a tailpiece or pinblock at the edge of the face to which the strings are attached, and mechanical tuning machines, rather than friction pegs, to accommodate metal strings. After studying natural sciences and philosophy at the universities of Heidelberg and Vienna (1895–9) he took the doctorate in chemistry in Vienna (1900) and then moved to Berlin, where, under the influence of Stumpf at the university, he became absorbed in the study of experimental psychology and musicology, particularly tone psychology. At the Second Congress of the International Musical Society (Basle, 1906) Hornbostel provided sufficient evidence for the use of empirical musicological data in ethnological research. 133.1 Individual friction vessels (for example the, 211.1 Instruments in which the body of the drum is dish- or bowl-shaped (, 211.2 Instruments in which the body is tubular (, 211.21 Instruments in which the body has the same diameter at the middle and end (, 211.211 Instruments which have only one usable membrane, 211.211.1 Instruments in which the end without a membrane is open, 211.211.2 Instruments in which the end without a membrane is closed, 211.212 Instruments which have two usable membranes, 211.22 Instruments in which the body is barrel-shaped (, 211.221 Instruments which have only one usable membrane, 211.221.1 Instruments in which the end without a membrane is open, 211.221.2 Instruments in which the end without a membrane is closed, 211.222 Instruments which have two usable membranes, 211.23 Instruments in which the body is hourglass-shaped, 211.231 Instruments which have only one usable membrane, 211.231.1 Instruments in which the end without a membrane is open, 211.231.2 Instruments in which the end without a membrane is closed, 211.232 Instruments which have two usable membranes, 211.24 Instruments in which the body is conical-shaped (, 211.241 Instruments which have only one usable membrane, 211.241.1 Instruments in which the end without a membrane is open, 211.241.2 Instruments in which the end without a membrane is closed, 211.242 Instruments which have two usable membranes, 211.243 Mixed sets of single-conical drums, 211.244 Instruments in which the body is double-conical, 211.244.1 Instruments which have only one usable membrane, 211.244.11 Instruments in which the end without a membrane is open, 211.244.12 Instruments in which the end without a membrane is closed, 211.244.2 Instruments which have two usable membranes, 211.245 Mixed sets of double-conical drums, 211.25 Instruments in which the body is goblet-shaped (, 211.251 Instruments which have only one usable membrane, 211.251.1 Instruments in which the end without a membrane is open, 211.251.2 Instruments in which the end without a membrane is closed, 211.252 Instruments which have two usable membranes, 211.3 Instruments in which the body depth is not greater than the radius of the membrane (, 211.31 Instruments which do not have a handle, 211.311 Instruments which have only one usable membrane, 211.312 Instruments which have two usable membranes, 211.321 Instruments which have only one usable membrane, 211.322 Instruments which have two usable membranes, 231.1 Instruments in which the stick is inserted in a hole in the membrane, 231.11 Instruments in which the stick can not be moved and is subject to rubbing, causing friction on the membrane, 231.12 Instruments in which the stick is semi-movable, and can be used to rub the membrane, 231.13 Instruments in which the stick is freely movable, and is used to rub the membrane, 231.2 Instruments in which the stick is tied upright to the membrane, 232.1 Instruments in which the drum is held stationary while playing, 232.11 Instruments which have only one usable membrane, 232.12 Instruments which have two usable membranes, 232.2 Instruments in which the drum is twirled by a cord, which rubs in a notch on the stick held by the player. Example: There are eight types of flutes in the western concert flute category, which are all metal. However, the original 1914 version of the system did not acknowledge the existence of his 5th category. (List of aerophones by Hornbostel–Sachs number). 112.12 Frame rattles – Rattling objects are attached to a carrier against which they strike (. trans. So when you access our website, in compliance with Article 22 of Law 34/2002 of the Information Society Services, in the analytical cookies treatment, we have requested your consent to their use. The following is a list of musical instruments, categorized by section. Lute can generally refer to any plucked string instrument with a neck (either fretted or unfretted) and a deep round back, or a specific instrument from the family of European lutes. According to the Sachs-Von Hornbostel classification of instruments, ... (Von Hornbostel and Sachs 1961: 14) Sachs adds that instruments of this type are extensions of striking or clapping hands or stamping feet. 311.1 Musical bows – The string bearer is flexible (and curved). This… Struck drums are instruments which have a struck membrane. The valveless bugle for instance, has the classification number 423.121.22, even though it is generally regarded as a relatively simple instrument (it is basically a bent conical tube which you blow down like a trumpet, but it does not have valves or finger-holes). The strings are stretched across an open frame. 111.242.122 Hanging bells with internal strikers. Jun 21, 2019 - Explore Filipe Calegario's board "Classification Musical Instruments" on Pinterest. Aerophones primarily produce their sounds by means of vibrating air. The string bearer is composed of canes tied together in the manner of a raft. i–iii [S, 349–58], ‘Fragebogen über bosnische und dalmatinische Doppelflageoletts und Doppelschalmeien’, Zeitschrift für österreichische Volkskunde, xiv (1908), 208–10, ‘Über die Musik der Kubu’, in B. Hagen: Die Orang-Kubu auf Sumatra (Frankfurt, 1908), 245–56 [S, 359–77], ‘Phonographierte Melodien aus Madagaskar und Indonesien’, in A. Krämer: Anthropologie und Ethnographie, v: Forschungsreise S.M.S. Most of the instruments are percussive with an exception of some aerophones and chordophones. Yes, according to the Hornbostel-Sachs classification system, a bassoon is classified as a double-reeded aerophone with keys. With Abraham, Hornbostel published a series of essays on non-European music (Japanese, Turkish, Indian, Amerindian) based on materials at the Phonogramm-Archiv, and suggested a method for transcribing music from recordings. 412.14 Band reed instruments – The air hits the sharp edge of a band under tension. Nonetheless, in older music, bass-clef notes are written one octave lower (thus sounding a perfect fourth higher than written). Learn more. These have notched bridges. in Beiträge zur Akustik und Musikwissenschaft, vi (1911), 102–15, ‘Über einige Panpfeifen aus Nordwestbrasilien’, in T. Koch-Grünberg: Zwei Jahre unter den Indianern, ii (Berlin, 1910), 378–91, ‘Über vergleichende akustische und musikpsychologische Untersuchungen’, Zeitschrift für angewandte Psychologie und psychologische Sammelforschung, iii (1910), 465–87; repr. in Ethnomusicology: an Introduction, ed. 421.112.21 Stopped (raft) panpipes – The pipes are tied together in the form of a board, or they are made by drilling tubes *in a board. 423.121.1 End-blown straight trumpets – The tube is neither curved nor folded. The air-stream is interrupted periodically. 111.242.221 Sets of hanging bells without internal strikers. Aerophone Chordophone Idiophone Membranophone It is the most widely used system for classifying musical instruments by ethnomusicologists and organologists (people who study musical instruments). For example, in Galpin's 1937 book A Textbook of European Musical Instruments, he lists electrophones with three second-level divisions for sound generation ("by oscillation," "electro-magnetic," and "electro-static"), as well as third-level and fourth-level categories based on the control method. Their system, which draws on that devised by Victor-Charles Mahillon for the Royal Conservatory in Brussels and is widely used today, divides instruments into groups which employ air, strings, membranes or sonorous materials to produce sounds. The result is four main categories: struck idiophones (11), plucked idiophones (12), friction idiophones (13), and blown idiophones (14). The numbers in the bugle's classification indicate the following: 423.121.22 does not uniquely identify the bugle, but rather identifies the bugle as a certain kind of instrument which has much in common with other instruments in the same class. He was an assistant to Stumpf at the Psychological Institute (1905) until its archives became the Berlin Phonogramm-Archiv, of which he was director from 1906 to 1933. In 1904 they outlined a programme in comparative musicology similar to that of comparative linguistics. The Hornbostel-Sachs classification (from the GSJ translation, with minor alterations) follows as an appendix to this article. Useimmissa kielisoittimissa värähtelyt välittyvät instrumentin runkoon, joka … classification system, a landfill is classified in terms of waste class, size of operation, and potential for significant leachate generation, all of which influence the risk it poses to the environment. 111.3 Mixed sets of directly struck idiophones. Hornbostel's papers are housed with Max Wertheimer's papers in the special collections of the Library and Museum of the Performing Arts, Music Division, New York Public Library. Austrian scholar. The Hornbostel-Sachs classification (from the GSJ translation, with minor alterations) follows as an appendix to this article. H.H. Instruments in which the membrane is vibrated by an unbroken column of wind, without a chamber, Instruments in which the membrane is placed in a box, tube or other container. In 1932 he was a leading participant at the Congress of Arabian Music in Cairo. During World War I his work with the psychologist Max Wertheimer on the physical and psychological basis of sound detectors took him to the major battle fronts and gave him the opportunity to record folk music in prison camps. 312.1 Whole tube zithers – The string carrier is a complete tube. This group includes flutes with the duct formed by an internal baffle (natural node, bock of resin) and an exterior tied-on cover (cane, wood, hide). 312.2 Half-tube zithers – The strings are stretched along the convex surface of a gutter. This group includes all instruments generally called string instruments in the west, as well as many (but not all) keyboard instruments, such as pianos and harpsichords. Besides being a consultant at the New York Public Library, and serving as visiting professor from time to time at various American universities (Harvard, Northwestern and Michigan), Sachs also lectured regularly at Columbia University in New York, where he was made adjunct professor from 1953 until his death. See also List of instruments by nationality and There are 482 musical instruments listed. Pratt: Some Aspects of Musicology: Three Essays (New York, 1957) [incl. ed. On being dismissed in 1933 (his mother was Jewish) he fled to Switzerland and then emigrated to New York with his wife and son to accept a lectureship at the New School for Social Research, but failing health obliged him to move to London in 1934. 421.112.22 Mixed bundle (pan-) pipes – The pipes are tied together in a round bundle. 412.11 Concussion reeds – Two lamellae make a gap which closes periodically during their vibration. Instruments in which the vibrating air is not contained within the instrument, for example sirens, or the bullroarer. Hornbostel: Abhandlungen zur vergleichenden Musikwissenschaft (Munich, 1922) [S], ed. (List of chordophones by Hornbostel–Sachs number). 412.111 Independent pairs of concussion reeds. Aerophone Chordophone Idiophone Membranophone instrument_type2 Instrument: classification 2 Estimate of Hornbostel-Sachs instrument classification based on ethnographic description. The acoustics of this instrument have so far not been investigated. 421.222.1 Sets of open flutes with internal duct. A numeric code, similar to the class marks of the Dewey decimal library classification system, indicates the structure and physical function of the instrument. We use Google Analytics to collect anonymous statistical information such as the number of visitors to our site. trans., W, 1–84], ‘Melodischer Tanz: eine musikpsychologische Studie’, ZIMG, v (1903–4), 482–8 [Eng. in GSJ, xiv (1961), 3–29 [trans. Add List of Musical Instruments to your PopFlock.com topic list for future reference or share this resource on social media. Please add to List of musical instruments by Hornbostel-Sachs number also. trans., 1937/R), ‘La signification, la tache et la technique museographique des collections d'instruments de musique’, Mouseion, xxvii–xxviii (1934), 153–84, Les instruments de musique de Madagascar (Paris, 1938), The History of Musical Instruments (New York, 1940), The Rise of Music in the Ancient World, East and West (New York, 1943), ‘The Road to Major’, MQ, xxix (1943), 381–404, The Commonwealth of Art: Style in the Fine Arts, Music and the Dance (New York, 1946), Our Musical Heritage (New York, 1948, 2/1955/R), ‘Rhythm and Tempo: an Introduction’, MQ, xxxviii (1952), 384–98, Rhythm and Tempo: a Study in Music History (New York, 1953/R), with A. Mendel and C.C. Bearer is flexible ( and curved ) sirens, or kettle drum, and solid-body electric chordophones other instruments comparative... For western, non-western, and shaken to strike against each other chordophones ( see below.. 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