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Tuba stentoro-phonica

Morland, Samuel Sir

Tuba stentoro-phonica

an instrument of excellent use, as well as at sea as at land : invented and variously experimented in the year 1670 and humbly presented to the Kings Most Excellent Majesty Charles II, in the year 1671

by Morland, Samuel Sir

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Published by Printed by W. Godbid and are to be sold by M. Pitt ... in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Megaphones,
  • Sound -- Early works to 1800

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesTuba stentoro phonica, Tuba stentoro phonica.
    Statementby S. Morland ; the instruments (or speaking trumpets) of all sizes and dimensions are made and sold by Mr. Simon Beal ...
    GenreEarly works to 1800.
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1018:5.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[3], 14 p.
    Number of Pages14
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16789852M

    Morland's treatise on the speaking-trumpet is entitled: 'Tuba Stentoro-Phonica: An Instrument of excellent use, as well at Sea, as at Land' (). An advertisement states that the instruments of all sizes and dimensions were made and sold by Simon Beal, one . Morland, Samuel: Tuba Stentoro-Phonica, an instrument of excellent use, as well at sea, as at land. The rational mechanics of flexible or elastic bodies ]".

      Pepys characterised one that he saw as very pretty but not very useful. A similar instrument seems to be indicated by No. 84 of the Marquis of Worcester's 'Century of Inventions.' Morland's treatise on the speaking-trumpet is entitled: 'Tuba Stentoro-Phonica, an Instrument of excellent use, as well at Sea, as at Land. The church displays a tuba stentoro-phonica, or a speaking trumpet, one of only eight in the country. Sir Samuel Morland claimed to have invented these horns, for speaking between ships. The device, also known as “The Harrington Vamping Horn”, was demonstrated to Charles II in St James’ Park. Exit the churchyard through the other gate.

    Morland, Tuba Stentoro-Phonica, An Instrument of Excellent Use. This instrument was in essence an early version of the megaphone, made first of glass, then brass, and eventually copper. See Connor, 5, – See, von Kempelen, Mechanismus der menschlichen Sprache nebst Beschreibung einer sprechenden by: Morland, Samuel, Tuba stentoro-phonica (London, ). Google Scholar. Morland, op. cit. (ref. 50), 1. It is likely that Aproino's story about Rondolet's book during his holiday is made up since it is known from other sources that the idea of providing the court with an ear trumpet was Galileo's. However, it is still relevant that Cited by: 2.


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St Peter & St Paul's Church is an Anglican Church and the parish church of is a Grade II* listed building and stands on the east side of Church Lane, to the north-east of the village of Harrington. There is no reference to a church or priest in the entry for the parish in the Domesday Book, which was compiled in This may indicate the absence of a church Denomination: Church of England.

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In this book Samuel Morland (–95) describes a new invention: Tuba stentoro-phonica: an instrument of excellent use, as well at sea, as at land. The result of much acoustical experimentation, Morland claimed that his instrument enabled. Tuba stentoro-phonica an instrument of excellent use as well at sea as at land / invented in the year and humbly presented to the Kings Most Excellent Majesty Charles II Author: Sir Samuel Morland.

InSir Samuel Morland published at sixteen page treatise on his new invention, the speaking trumpet, entitled Tuba Stentoro-Phonica. Samuel, a notable academic, polymath and inventor in his own right, operated as, arguably, the first double agent in Englands Restoration effort to return Charles II to the throne.

Here is a pestilent book com from Hamburg called “Tractatus Theologo-Politicus”, also extant Sir Samuel Morelands “Tuba Stentoro-phonica”. Source: The Correspondence of. Music, Experiment and Mathematics in England, By Benjamin Wardhaugh. Aldershot: Ashgate, [vi, p. ISBN [pounds sterling]] In the long, venerable history of interaction between music and science, the late 17th century constitutes a high point.

If we consider the wide diffusion of visually interfaced music-production workstations, it seems hard to believe that most sound engineers still accomplish their tasks mainly by means of a thorough refinement of hearing.

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London: Printed by W. Godbid and are to be sold by M. Pitt. Project () Ciphers, Sounds, and Ear Trumpets: Acoustics and Espionage in England, – Morland,S(Samuel),Sir,Tuba stentoro-phonica. Title(s): Joh. Jacobi Wepferi medicinæ doctoris historiæ apoplecticorum: & Exercitatio de loco apoplexia affecto.

Morland’s diagram of the sound field of his Tuba-Stentoro-Phonica 61 William Henry Bunbury’s study of a street crier 72 Hogarth’s The Enraged Musician () 78 Colladon’s experiment, from his account in Annales de Chimie et de Physique 88 The ‘uncouth and cumbrous’ Blu¨cher, 93.

SIR – Sir Samuel Morland's experiments (Letters, June 22) extended further than making a big noise with the tuba stentoro-phonica, a sort of giant vuvuzela.MORLAND, SAMUEL(b. Sulhamstead Bannister, Berkshire, England, ; d. Hammersmith, Middlesex [now London], England, 30 December )mathematics, d was the son of Thomas Morland, rector of Sulhamstead Bannister, from which village Samuel Morland took his title when he was created baronet.

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