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Bart Hopkin is a creative organologist, ethnomusicologist, musical instrument inventor, writer, editor, and the publisher of EMI magazine. He is a prolific maker and one of the most significant contributors to the current environment of idiosyncratic musical instruments as a genre. This page is very incomplete and represents what will be one of the largest pages on this wiki. Bart Hopkin has significant contributions and connections to many other makers on this wiki. Expect this page to be one of the longest and most complex pages.


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EMI Magazine


Musical Instrument Design, 1996, See Sharp Press
Gravikords, Whirlies and Pyrophones. Book & CD, Orange, Connecticut: Ellipsis Arts. #3530, 1998
Making Musical Instruments with Kids, See Sharp Press
Slap Tubes and other plosive Aerophones – Bart Hopkin and Philip Dadson, Experimental Musical Instruments
Getting a Bigger Sound – Bart Hopkin with Robert Cain and Jason Lollar
Making Marimbas and Other Bar Percussion Instruments – Bart Hopkin and Carl Dean with Christopher Banta
Wind Chimes, Design and Construction, Experimental Musical Instruments
Funny Noises for the Connoisseur, Book and audio CD – Bart Hopkin with Ray Brunelle and Vincent Nicastro
Air Columns and Tone Holes: Principles for Wind, Experimental Musical Instruments
Nice Noise – Bart Hopkin and Yuri Landman, 72 pgs, Full Color, 2012, Experimental Musical Instruments




People Bart Hopkins has collaborated with


windworld 1)
emi 2)
personal website 3)
youtube channel 4)
Interview 5)

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