The Arthur H. Benade Archive
The Arthur H. Benade Archive contains research files, correspondence, published and unpublished writings, and other material from the Benade estate. A. H. Benade (1925-1987) was a physicist whose work focused especially on the acoustics of woodwind and brass instruments. He excelled in both experiment and theory. The Acoustical Society of America awarded him its Silver Medal (for musical acoustics) and its Gold Medal (for overall excellence in acoustics). His entire career (1952-1987) was spent as a professor at Case Institute of Technology/Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH.
- A brief biography of A. H. Benade
- List of Benade's writings on acoustics, both published (books, papers, and abstracts) and unpublished, including privately circulated papers, book chapters, outlines of talks, and slides made to illustrate lectures
- Descriptions of files containing research data, measurements, calculations, and theory
- Details of correspondence on acoustics-related subjects between Benade
and scientists, engineers, musicians, and instrument makers