ARTICLES by Ture Bergstrøm

The Music of the C. F. Lehmann Kunstschrank at Rosenborg Castle, Copenhagen

in:

The Galpin Society Journal LXVIII (March 2015)

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Musikalske valseværker
Musik fra 1700- og 1800-tallet bragt til live på museets mekaniske instrumenter

Musical Barrels
Music from the 18th and 19h centuries revived on mechanical musical instruments in the museum

in:

Meddelelser fra Musikhistorisk Museum og Carl Claudius' Samling XI, 2009

The article is in Danish

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På sporet af Peter Heises klaverer

On the Track of Peter Heise's Pianos
The Danish composer Peter Heise's square piano and pedal piano identified and reunited.

in:

Meddelelser fra Musikhistorisk Museum og Carl Claudius' Samling X, 2006

The article is in Danish

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"Rosenborgfløjterne": Én eller to byggere?
To blokfløjter af narhvaltand i Det kongelige danske Kunstkammer

"The Rosenborg Recorders": One or two Makers?
Two recorders of narwhal tusk in the Royal Danish Kunstkammer

in:

Meddelelser fra Musikhistorisk Museum og Carl Claudius' Samling VIII, Copenhagen 2003

Based on features of the construction the author rejects the popular theory that one of the recorders should have been made by the Danish King Christian IV.

The article is in Danish.
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Musikhistorisk Museums Index - MMI

in:

Meddelelser fra Musikhistorisk Museum og Carl Claudius' Samling VIII, Copenhagen 2003

The objects of the museum organized in a recently developed database. The article describes the structure, functionality and search possibilities of the database. The article is in Danish.

 

Stadsmusikanternes instrumenter ca. 1600-1820

in:

Stadsmusikanter i Danmark. En udstilling tilrettelagt af Dansk Folkemindesamling og Musikhistorisk Museum. Katalog under redaktion af Lisbet Torp. Copenhagen 1999.

The word 'stadsmusikant' signifies the Danish town musicians, who played an important role in the musical life in the towns as well as in the countryside from the 16th to the beginning of the 19th century. The article, which is a part of a exhibition catalogue, deals with the instruments of the 'stadsmusikanter'. Their use of instruments was ratherconservative: the recorder, the viol and the cornett were in use until about 1800. The trumpet was a very important instrument, even used for rural weddings. The article is partly based on research by Jens Henrik Koudal, Dansk Folkemindesamling .

The article is in Danish.

 

Technical drawings of musical instruments on the Internet

in:

FoMRHI Quarterly 94, January 1999 (Fellowship of Makers and Researchers of Historical Instruments). Oxford 1999.

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Pörschmann-blokfløjten på Musikhistorisk Museum
Beretning om en teknisk undersøgelse

The Pörschmann Recorder in Musikhistorisk Museum, Copenhagen
Report on a Technical Examination

in:

Mette Müller and Lisbet Torp
(ed.): Musikkens tjenere. Instrument, forsker, musiker.
Jubilæumsskrift for Musikhistorisk Museum og Carl Claudius' Samling 1898-1998. Copenhagen 1998.

The article is in Danish.
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