Review of Reviews,  8 (1893), 402.

Emma Seiler. Scientist and Musician




Publications abstracted:

Werner's Magazine


Gender, Societies, Music, Sound, Physiology, Instruments, Instrument-makers, Invention, Dissection

Publications cited:

Seiler 1868 , Seiler 1875

    Deatils the 'earnest and exhaustive study of acoustics and vocal physiology' made by Emma Seiler, a former student of Hermann von Helmholtz, who pioneered the use of the laryngoscope, invented in 1856 by Manuel García, in North America, and was 'one of the six women thus far admitted to the American Philosophical Society' (402).

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