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William B. Ribbens, electronic music equipment maker, November 1965

William B. Ribbens, electronic music equipment maker, November 1965 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 9, 1965
Caption
Electronic Music Equipment Maker William B. Ribbens of 627 Center, a partner of Cybersonics, tests a solid-state electronic instrument which emits a wide range of sounds that can be recorded on magnetic tape by a composer. The composer cuts and splices the tape to form a new composition. Electronic music is a new, experimental art form depicted by sounds that many persons have not heard before. Cybersonics manufactures instruments mostly for composers and schools.

Clyde Corrello "tunes" a cello, February 1965

Clyde Corrello "tunes" a cello, February 1965 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 18, 1965
Caption
Thump! (Ah, E-Flat!) Clyde Corrello, Ann Arbor vionlin maker, "tunes" a cello back by thumping it and listening. he claims his educated ear is more accurate than scientific sound measuring devices.

Herb David Demonstrates How to Play An Appalachian Dulcimer, March 1963

Herb David Demonstrates How to Play An Appalachian Dulcimer, March 1963 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 1, 1963
Caption
Makes Music: Former research psychologist Herb David plays an Appalachian dulcimer by using a goose quill to pluck the strings the way Americans played the instrument in years past while sitting on their proches in the mountains of the eastern United States

Herb David Builds An Appalachian Dulcimer, March 1963

Herb David Builds An Appalachian Dulcimer, March 1963 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 1, 1963
Caption
Builds Appalachian Dulcimer: Herb David is shown here working on an Appalachian dulcimer in his State St. string instrument shop.

Herb David at His Studio

Herb David at His Studio image

Herb David with Handmade Harp

Herb David with Handmade Harp image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 29, 1978
Caption
On Their Way - Local instrument maker Herb David (above) [this photo] proudly shows the ornate harp he created over a three-year period. David and his harp are on their way to the Smithsonian, which has selected the harp for a year-long show of musical instruments by American instrument makers. At left are details of the instruments design. (News photos by Larry E. Wright.)

Harp Handmade by Herb David

Harp Handmade by Herb David image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 29, 1978
Caption
On Their Way - Local instrument maker Herb David (above) proudly shows the ornate harp he created over a three-year period. David and his harp are on their way to the Smithsonian, which has selected the harp for a year-long show of musical instruments by American instrument makers. At left are details of the instruments design [this photo]. (News photos by Larry E. Wright.)