Polish Music Journal
Vol. 1, No. 2. Winter 1998. ISSN 1521 - 6039


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The Representation of Music Instruments in Stone Sculpture
In Lower Silesia Until the Beginning of the 16th Century

List of Illustrations (Figures)

Dorota Popławska

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Fig. 1: North-European lyre. Trzebnica, Cistercian convent (from the collection of the Archive of Photographic Documentation, Institute of Fine Arts, Polish Academy of Sciences, film id. no. 96777, photo by Jerzy Langda). Note that James Tyler considers this instrument a kithara - in an unusually late depiction.

Fig. 2: Curved horn, so-called "black horn". Złotoryja, church of the Blessed Virgin Mary (from the collection of the Department of Medieval Art IS PAN, film id. no. 6549, photo by Stanisław Stępniewski).

Fig. 3: Gittern. Lubań ¦l±ski, Evangelical Church (from the collection of the Department of Medieval Art IS PAN, film id. no. 2631; photo by Stanisław Stępniewski).

Fig. 4: Fiddle. Lubań ¦l±ski, Evangelical Church (from the collection of the Department of Medieval Art IS PAN, film id. no. 2630; photo by Stanisław Stępniewski).

Fig. 5: Fiddle. Strzegom, Church of Saints Peter and Paul (from the collection of the Department of Medieval Art IS PAN, film id. no. 13669; photo by Stanisław Stępniewski).

Fig. 6: Horns. Glinica, Filial Church of St. Anthony and Maciej (from the collection of the Department of Medieval Art IS PAN, film id. no. 12697; photo by Stanisław Stępniewski).

Fig. 7: Horns. Wrocław, Church of St. Magdalene, epitaph tablet of the Fogeler family (photo by Michał D±bski).

Fig. 8: Wrocław, Church of St. Elizabeth. Epitaph tablet of the Rintfleisch family (photo by Michał D±bski).

Fig. 9: fiddle and one-handed flute-pipe. Wrocław City Hall, fragment of the frieze (photo by Michał D±bski).

Fig. 10: One-handed flute and drum (pipe and tabor). Wrocław City Hall, fragment of the frieze (photo by Michał D±bski).

Fig. 11: Hunting horn. Wrocław City Hall, fragment of the frieze (photo by Michał D±bski).

Fig. 12: Musician with one-handed flute-pipe and a drum [pipe and tabor]. Wrocław, House of Waga, frieze fragment (from the collection of the Archive of Photographic Documentation IS PAN, film id. no. 37373).

Fig. 13: Psaltery. Wrocław City Hall, fragment of the southern façade (photo by Michał D±bski).

Fig. 14: Shawm or Pipe. Wrocław City Hall, fragment of the southern façade (photo by Michał D±bski).

Fig. 15: Small bagpipes. Wrocław City Hall, fragment of the southern façade (photo by Michał D±bski).

Fig. 16: Small bagpipes. Wrocław City Hall, fragment of the southern façade (photo by Michał D±bski).

Fig. 17: Three horns. Wrocław City Hall, Hall of the Senior (photo by Michał D±bski).


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Editor: Maria Anna Harley. Publisher: Polish Music Reference Center
Design: Maria Anna Harley & Marcin Depinski. 10 - 30 December 1998.
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