Reinicke, Friedrich Ludwig Walter - Correspondence with Carleen Hutchins R3720-101

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Type of resource mixed material
Date created 1973 - 1978
Language English
Digital origin reformatted digital

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Creator Reinicke, Friedrich Ludwig Walter, 1939-

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Biographical/Historical note A student of Professor Lothar Cremer at the Heinreich Hertz Institute in Berlin who, with Cremer made the first interferometric holograms of the completed vibrating violin. He subsequently did the first definitive analysis of the violin and cello bridges using hologram interferometry for his Doctoral thesis (included here). His article on this: "Transfer Characteristics of Stringed Instrument Bridges" in the CAS NL #19 is a summary report of the thesis and has been invaluable to many researchers (translated by Dr Edward Wall with Reinicke's approval). Since 1973 Reinicke has been a staff member in the acoustical consulting office of Muller BBN-GmbH, Munich.
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Location https://purl.stanford.edu/zw201yg6052
Location M1711
Repository Stanford University. Libraries. Department of Special Collections and University Archives

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Musical Acoustics Research Library collection, 1956-2007

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