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    Rossing Thimas D.

    Rossing has taught musical acoustics for nearly 50 years, and has been active in research in this area for at least 30 years. Free and Forced Vibrations of Simple Systems. Coupled Vibrating Systems.

    Physics | DHC Physics of Musical Instruments

    Nonlinear Systems. Sound Waves in Air.

    Sound Radiation. Pipes, Horns, and Cavities. Guitars and Lutes.

    Bowed String Instruments. Harps, Harpsicords, Clavicords, and Dulcimers. The Piano. Sound generation by Reed and Lip Vibrations.

    The nonlinear physics of musical instruments

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