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a system of improved fingering and keying for the flute and clarinet, invented by the German musician Theobald Boehm (1794–1881).
Jakob [German yah-kawp] /German ˈyɑ kɔp/ (Show IPA), Böhme, Jakob. Historical Examples More Tales by Polish Authors Various Concord Days A. Bronson Alcott A History of Philosophy in Epitome Albert Schwegler More Tales by Polish Authors Various Mysticism in English Literature Caroline F. E. Spurgeon Robert Browning Edward Dowden More Tales by Polish Authors Various […]
the mystical doctrines or conceptions of Jakob Böhme.