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NEMA Register of Early Music

Registration Form

The Register of Early Music contains the names, addresses and interests of over 1500 early music enthusiasts in many countries and its purpose is to promote all aspects of early music.

Please read carefully before completing the questionaire. Use a separate form for each individual or ensemble.*=required field


Individuals Please enter your name exactly as you wish it to appear in the Register
(e.g. Mr J Smith; J Smith; Mr John Smith; John Smith; etc). Enter the appropriate selection from the following letters in the box next to each of your activities:
p = professional (i.e. forms part of livelihood)
c = competent amateur; f = fair; b = beginner; t = teacher; y = unclassified

Section A - individuals

Mr, Mrs etc.
*First name:
*Surname:

Address line 1:
Address Line 2:
Address Line 3:
Address Line 4:
Town:
County:
Postcode:
Country (if not UK):
Telephone number1:
Telephone number2:
Fax number:
*Email address 1:
Email address 2:
Web address 1:
Web page 2:

ACTIVITIES

N.B. "classical" indicates "18th-19th century", not the modern instrument

Codings for makers
Codings for individuals For each of your activities enter one of the following: p = professional
c = competent amateur; f = fair; b = beginner; t = teacher; y = unclassified

000 VOICE
011 Soprano       012 Mezzo-soprano       013 Contralto/female alto
015 Male alto/countertenor       016 Tenor       017 Baritone       018 Bass
019 Self-accompanied singing       021 Gregorian chant

100 KEYBOARD
110 Organs       111 Organ-positive       114 Regal
130 Harpsichord       131 Spinet       132 Virginals       140 Clavichord
150 Early piano       191 Tuning (organs)       192 Tuning (harpsichord/piano)
193 Continuo playing (figured bass)       195 Keyboard accompaniment

200 BOWED STRINGS
211 Viols (renaissance)       214 Viols (treble)       215 Viols (tenor)       216 Viols (bass)
217 Violone       221 Lyra viol (from tablature)       222 Lirone
223 Baryton       225 Viola d'amore       226 Lyra da braccio
230 Violin (classical)       231 Violin (baroque)       232 Violin (renaissance)
233 Viola (renaissance)       234 Viola (baroque)       235 Viola (classical)
236 Cello (baroque)       240 Violoncello piccolo       241 Cello (classical)
237 Double bass (baroque)       242 Double bass (classical)       243 Bass violin/Basse de violon
250 Rebec       261 Fiedel/Fiddle/Vièle       265 Crwth/Crowd       267 Bowed psaltery
270 Hurdy-gurdy       271 Vielle à roue       273 Organistrum

300 PLUCKED STRINGS
311 Lutes (mediaeval)       312 Lutes (renaissance)       315 Lutes (baroque)       320 Extended lutes
318 Mandore       321 Archlute       322 Theorbo       323 Chitarrone
330 Mandoline       340 Cittern       342 Orpharion       343 Bandora
351 Guitars (renaissance)       352 Guitars (baroque)       353 Guitars (classical/romantic)
355 Vihuela       356 Gittern       358 Viola da mano       359 English/Portuguese Guitar       360 Lyre
361 Rote       362 Psaltery       366 Appalachian dulcimer
371 Harps (mediaeval)       372 Harps (renaissance)       373 Harps (baroque)       374 Harps (double)
375 Harps (triple)       377 Harps (Irish - large baroque)       378 Harps (Clarsach - wire strung)
379 Harps (Neo-Irish C19th type)       380 Harps (classical)       381 Harps (folk)

400 WOODWIND
402 Flutes (renaissance)       403 Flutes (baroque)       404 Flutes (classical)
408 Fife       409 Panpipes (Syrinx)
412 Recorders (renaissance)       413 Recorders (baroque)       414 Tabor & 3 holed pipe
415 Gemshorn       416 Folk whistle pipe       418 Flageolet (French)       419 Flageolet (English)
420 Reedcaps       421 Crumhorn       422 Cornamuse/Dulzaine
423 Kortholt       424 Rauschpfeife       427 Hornpipe/pibcorn
430 Shawm       441 Racket (renaissance)       442 Curtal/Dulcian       443 Sordun
451 Oboe (baroque)       452 Oboe (classical)       461 Bassoon (baroque)       462 Bassoon (classical)
472 Early clarinet       480 Bagpipes

500 LIP-REED WIND
510 Cornett       513 Cornett (mute)       516 Tenor cornett/Lysarden
517 Serpent       518 Ophicleide       530 Sackbut/trombone
520 Horn (natural)       540 Trumpet (natural)       561 Fingerhole horn (oxhorn)

600 PERCUSSION
651 Tambourin de Béarn       652 Dulcimer (hammered)       654 Cimbalom       675 Bells

800 OTHER PERFORMING SKILLS
810 Dance       811 Dance (mediaeval)       812 Dance (renaissance)       813 Dance (baroque)
817 Choreography (renaissance)       818 Choreography (baroque)       820 Conducting
834 Gesture/mime       835 Commedia dell' Arte
891 GENERAL INTEREST (if you do not play, teach or make)
892 Mediaeval interest       893 Renaissance interest       894 Baroque interest

900 OTHER SERVICES
910 Musicology (general)       911 Musicology (mediaeval)       912 Musicology (renaissance)
913 Musicology (baroque)       915 Music editing       920 Publishing
923 Music copying       924 Music calligraphy       925 Music setting (type)
927 Translation       928 Writing/criticism       930 Lecturing       931 Lecture recitals
932 School teaching       934 Course/workshop teaching       937 Librarian/archivist
938 Museum curators       939 Language coaching       940 Organising
941 Course directing       946 Artist management       950 Iconography (general)
951 Iconography (mediaeval)       952 Iconography (renaissance)       953 Iconography (baroque)
957 Organology (wind)       958 Organology (keyboard)
959 Organology (stringed insts)       960 Collecting

Codings for makers Please use the following codings; these categories have been made deliberately broad, since the "Buyers' Guide" section contains detailed lists of instrument types & models available. Please do not use codings for individual instruments - these refer to performers and teachers only.

970 INSTRUMENT MAKERS
971 Keyboard (stringed)       972 Bowed strings       973 Plucked strings
974 Woodwind       975 Lip-reed ('cup' mouthpiece)       976 Percussion
977 Restoration/repair       978 Decoration       979 Keyboard (organ)
980 Instrument plans       981 Bow makers       982 Reed makers
983 String makers/suppliers       984 Instrument-making supplies
985 Instrument maintenance (keyboard)       986 Instrument maintenance (other)
987 Instrument hire (harpsichord)       988 Instrument hire (organ)       989 Instrument hire (other)
991 Recording (engineering)       993 Historic costume advice       997 Stage direction
968 Music Stand making       969 Case making

OTHER ACTIVITIES


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