Bibliography for Other Double Reed Instruments
Conrey, George A. "The Sarrusophone--An Update, Part Two." The Journal of the International Double Reed Society 17 (1989): 64-65. There is no "Part One" to Conrey's article, rather it responds to earlier publications. Conrey's chart from written Bb3 to C5 is drawn from charts by Paul Mimart's Method for Alto and Bass Clarinet (and Sarrusophones) (Boston: Cundy-Bettoney Co., Inc.--via Carl Fischer) and Roger-źdouard Leruste's "Le Sarrusophe" contained in the Encyclopādie de la Musique et dictionnaire du Conservatioure, Part 2, Vol. 3, p. 1665.
Jolivet, Michel and Richart, Robert. "The Sarrusophone." The Double Reed 8/2 (Fall 1985): 42. Contains a fingering chart for the Eb contrabass sarrusophone from written Bb3 to D6.
Joppig, Gunther. "Heckelphone 80 Years Old." The Journal of the International Double Reed Society 14 (1986): 70. Fingering chart for Piccolo-Heckelphone in F from written B3-G#6. The article accompanying the chart is a revised translation of the 5th chapter appeaing in Das Musikinstrument Technical Publication Series No. 22, November 1984.
Joppig, Gunther. "Sarrusophone, Rothphone (Saxorusophone) and Reed Contrabass." The Journal of the International Double Reed Society 17 (1989): 47, 57. Page 47 contains a facsimile of a fingering chart for alto and tenor sarrusophone from Gautrot ainé (Paris: after 1868). Page 57 contains a facsimile of a fingering chart for ophicleide, first published in Caecilia 9 (Mainz: B. Schott's Söhne, 1928), before p. 130.
Leruste, Roger-Édouard. "Le Sarrusophe" contained in the Encyclopé>die de la Musique et dictionnaire du Conservatioure, Part 2, Vol. 3, p. 1665.
Rehfeldt, Phillip. "The Eb Contrabass Sarrusophone in America: A Present Day Perspective." The Journal of the International Double Reed Society 19 (1991): 38-39. Supplies a fingering chart for Eb contrabass sarrusophone Bb3-G#6. Six multiphonic fingerings are also included.
Shreeves, Andrew. "A Plain and Easy Introduction to Playing the Heckelphone or `Don't HECKEL me, I'm on the PHONE.'" The Journal of the International Double Reed Society 19 (1991): 54. Contains a fingering chart of less than an octave and comments on passages in Strauss's Salome.
Wood, George. Complete Instructions for the Alto Fagotto. London: Wood, c1825. The only known tutor of the alto bassoon. Copy in the British Museum.