(48.) Marie Kent, 'Piano Silkers in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century London (1784-1911): A Genealogical Survey", The Galpin Society Journal 66 (2013), 71-98.
(53.) Michael Fleming, 'Some Points arising from a Survey of Wills and Inventories', The Galpin Society Journal LIII (2000), 301-11.
"Notes on the Vienna Horn." The Galpin Society Journal 14: pp.
"Some Historical Notes on the Horn in Germany and Austria." The Galpin Society Journal 16: pp.
See the photograph of this title-page in Galpin Society journal
, xliii (1990), plate ix(b) after p.
West African string instruments had been (and still are) quite varied, falling into two main groups: lutes (see Eric Charry, "Plucked Lutes in West Africa: An Historical Overview," Galpin Society Journal
49 :3-37) and rather more common harps, on which a neck, likely curved, offers an anchor for the strings, but each string produces a single pitch.
The bibliography, generally very good, omits a few sources I would add: the New Grove Violin Family (mentioned above); Albert Cohen, "A Cache of 18th-Century Strings," Galpin Society Journal
36 (1983): 37-48 (with information about silk strings, a subject mentioned by Kolneder, p.