Item #900606 Concert and Opera Halls: How They Sound. Leo Beranek.
Concert and Opera Halls: How They Sound

Concert and Opera Halls: How They Sound

Woodbury, NY: Acoustical Society of Americal / American Institute of Physics, 1996.
First Edition. Hardcover. 7-1/2 x 10-5/8", dark blue cloth, viii, 643pp, appendices, references, name & subject indexes, 3pp publisher's ads. Item #900606
ISBN: 1563965305

The photographs, drawings to the same scale, and architectural and acoustical details on  76 concert halls in 22 countries offer a wealth of information pertinent to the design of concert halls and opera houses. The acoustical attributes of those halls molded by shape, size, surface arrangements, materials, balconies, boxes, seats and suspended elements, are related to the subjective classifications, thus offering new direction to architectural and acoustical design. The appendices contain modern acoustical data on 80 concert and opera halls.

A little bowing to boards, clean, tight, bright, very good + in dust wrapper with a bit of curling to extreme top-edge of rear panel, in protective mylar.

Price: $50.00

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