Table of contents for Sound projects with a music lab you can build / by Robert Gardner.

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Contents
Introduction
Chapter 1 The Science of Sound 
*1-1 Vibrations: the Cause of Sounds 
 1-2 A Bull Roarer 
 1-3 Sound, Frequency, and Pitch 
*1-4 How Sound Travels 
 1-5 A Sound Trumpet 
*1-6 Sound in Solids and Liquids
Chapter 2 Science and Music 
 2-1 The Science of Strings 
 2-2 Waves. Standing Waves, and Harmonics 
*2-3 Waves, Octaves, Music, and Math
*2-4 A String Telephone and a Bell 
*2-5 A Vibrating Air Column 
*2-6 Resonance 
*2-7 Sounds of the Sea: Resonance with Tubes of Air
Chapter 3 Instruments with Strings 
 3-1 Why a Hollow Box Under the Strings? 
*3-2 What Is the Purpose of a Mute On a Stringed Instrument? 
 3-3 A Wide-Stringed Piano 
*3-4 A Twangy Piano 
 3-5 A One-String Guitar 
 3-6 A Two-String Bottle Banjo 
 3-7 An Eight-String Harp 
 3-8 A "Washtub" Bass 
 3-9 A Shoe box Guitar
Chapter 4 Wind Instruments 
 4-1 A Hose Horn 
 4-2 A Simple Pipe Organ 
 4-3 A Fluty Horn 
 4-4 A Bottle Band 
*4-5 A Panpipe You Can Make 
*4-6 Reed Horns
Chapter 5 Percussion Instruments 
*5-1 A Mechanic's Xylophone 
*5-2 Drinking Glass Bells 
 5-3 The Bell and Woodwind Mystery 
 5-4 A Mechanic's Chimes 
 5-5 Bells from Flower Pots 
*5-6 Wood Chimes and Other Chimes 
 5-7 Some Inexpensive Percussion Instruments
Further Reading
Internet Addresses
Appendix
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Sound -- Juvenile literature.
Sound -- Experiments -- Juvenile literature.
Science projects -- Juvenile literature.