Marimba and Xylophone History Lecture Series
Marimbist, David Harvey, is not only a musical performer, but he also is a noted authority on the history of the Marimba and Xylophone. Mr. Harvey has 40 years of experience researching and preserving the legacy of rosewood keyboard music and development, as well as those performers from the past.
Beginning in the 1970's, David Harvey interviewed many surviving marimbists and xylophonists from the early part of the 20th century. In addition to the personal reminiscences of those musicians, Harvey also has investigated all possible source materials left behind by the marimba and xylophone's progress, including instruments, sound recordings dating from the 19th century, sheet music, films, photographs, method books, press releases, books, letters, catalogs, and more.
This special lecture series is the result of all of Mr. Harvey's
extensive research. It contains:
Over 6 hours of videos!
Hundreds of original photographs!
Scores of original audio recordings!
Information that you can't get anywhere else!
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1 - THEN AND NOW
2 - FOUR PHASES INTRO AND MAPS
3 - EUROPEAN DEVELOPMENT OF THE XYLOPHONE
4 - 1870-1915 XYLOPHONE IN THE USA
5 - GUATEMALAN DEVELOPMENT OF THE MARIMBA
6 - GEORGE HAMILTON GREEN
7 - 1915-1930's
8 - 1940's-1960's MARIMBA AND XYLOPHONE IN USA
9 - EARLY METHOD BOOKS
10 - VIDEO SHOW