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US2234086A
US2234086A US27934839A US2234086A US 2234086 A US2234086 A US 2234086A US 27934839 A US27934839 A US 27934839A US 2234086 A US2234086 A US 2234086A
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A47FURNITURE; DOMESTIC ARTICLES OR APPLIANCES; COFFEE MILLS; SPICE MILLS; SUCTION CLEANERS IN GENERAL
    • A47BTABLES; DESKS; OFFICE FURNITURE; CABINETS; DRAWERS; GENERAL DETAILS OF FURNITURE
    • A47B23/00Bed-tables; Trays; Reading-racks; Book-rests, i.e. items used in combination with something else
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    • YGENERAL TAGGING OF NEW TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS; GENERAL TAGGING OF CROSS-SECTIONAL TECHNOLOGIES SPANNING OVER SEVERAL SECTIONS OF THE IPC; TECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER USPC CROSS-REFERENCE ART COLLECTIONS [XRACs] AND DIGESTS
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    • Y10T24/20Paper fastener
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W. ROSE BRAUGH FOLIO LYRE Filed June 15, 19559 2 Sheets-Sheet 1 NVENTOR.

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This invention relates to a folio lyre designed primarily for suspending .and attaching sheet music to the instruments of marching musicians, but it is to be understood that a folio lyre. in accordance with this inventionis for use in any connection for which it may be found applicable.

The invention aims to provide, in-a manner as hereinafter set forth, a folio lyre for the purpose referred to which makes possible the expeditious substituting of one musical score for another, when desired by a musician.

The invention further aims to provide, in a manner as hereinafter set forth, a folio lyre for the purpose referred to which makes possible the convenient substitution of one musical'score for another, when desired by a marching musician without removing the musical scores from his in strument.

The invention further aims to provide, in a manner as hereinafter set forth, a folio lyre for connection to the musical instrument of a marchingmusician and which makes possible the expeditious changing of music with one hand by the musician without removing the folio lyre from the instrument.

The invention further aims to provide, in a manner as hereinafter setforth, a folio'lyre for the purpose referred to and which will protect musical scores carried thereby from wind, rain and sleet, as well as prevent the dropping of such scores.

The invention further aims-topro-vide, in a manner as hereinafter set forth, a folio lyre for the purpose referred to whereby musical scores may be conveniently changed and expeditiously arranged in position to be read by a musician without the direct handling of the sheets provided with said scores.

The invention further aims to provide, in a manner as hereinafter set forth, a folio lyre which is simple in its construction and arrangement, strong, durable, compact, thoroughly eificient in its use, quickly installed with respect to a musicalinstrument, readily assembled, permitting for the convenient and expeditious changing of musical scores, and 1 comparatively inexpensive to manufacture.

Embodying the foregoing aims and others which may hereinafter appear, the invention consists of. the'novel construction, combination and arrangements of parts as will 'be more specifically referred to and illustrated in the accompanying drawings, wherein is shown an embodiment of the invention, but it is to be understood that changes, variations and modifications may be resorted to which fall within thescope of the invention as claimed.

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Figure l is a perspective view of the folio lyre,

Figure 2 is a perspective view of the structure shown in Figure'l and further illustrating by arrows and dash lines the path of travel of the sheet music carrier whenarranging a substituted musical score in position to be read by the musiclan,

Figure 3 is a fragmentary view in perspective illustrating a pair of sheets of music partly extended from one of the leaves of the carrier.

Figure 4 is an elevation looking towards one side of the folio lyre and illustrating one of the leaves of the carrier in position to be shifted from rear to front and further indicating by arrows the path of such leaf from rear to front,

Figure 5 is a fragmentary view in rear elevation of the sheet music carrier and the revoluble supporting frame for said carrier,

Figure-6 is a fragmentary view in side elevation of the coupling and holding element for the supporting frame; the clamping structure for the leaves of the carrier, and the path of travel of the clamping members of said structure,

Figure 7 is a fragmentary exploded view in perspective-of the folio lyre,

Figure 8 is a fragmentary detail in lengthwise section and in front elevation of the device, and

Figure 9 is a fragmentary view in perspective illustrating the form of holdfast means employed for connecting the leaves of the carrier element to the support for the latter.

The-folio lyre includes a carrier element I for the sheets of music 2, a supporting frame 3 for the element l, a combined coupling and holding element 4 for the frame 2, a clamping structure 5 for the leaves of the carrier I, and a connector 6 employed to attach the device to a musical instrument, not shown.

The element I is of book like form and comprises a seriesof opposed aligned leaves 1 each provided with a flexible reinforcing member 8 exteriorly and lengthwise thereof. The reinforcing members 8 areof like form and arranged in side-wise abuttingor pack-like relation. The leaves 1 are of like construction and each is in the form of 'a rectangular bendable envelope of transparent moisture proof material, open at one side as at 9 (Figure 4).- Each leaf has a part thereof constituting a compartment [0 in whichis to be arranged a pair of sheets of music 2 in back to back relation. The leaves 1 are mounted in and extend from the members 8. The members 3 are of like form'and each consists of a channel or yoke like body open at its top and ends; The sides of the members 8 are indicated at 8 8 and their bightsat 8. The length of the members 8 correspond to the length of the leaves 1. The bights 8 of the members 8 are positioned-against the lengthwise edge of the leaves I. The side 8 of each member 8 is positioned against the marginal portion of one outer side face of a leaf which borders that edge of the leaf against which abuts the bight 8, and the side 8* of such member 8 is positioned against the marginal portion of the other side face of the leaf aforesaid which borders that edge of the leaf which the aforesaid bight abuts. Each leaf 1 and its correlated member 8 are secured together by a row of stitching I I dis-; posed in proximity to the outer lengthwise edges of the sides of a member 8. Each leaf I and its correlated member 8 is formed with registering openings I2. The openings I2 in one leaf register with the openings I2 in the leaves I- adjacent thereto. The compartment II] in each leaf I is formed between the stitching II and the inner face of the said other lengthwise edge of the leaf, and it is closed at one end by the closed side of the leaf. The open sides 9 of the envelopes provide the entrances to the compartments for the storing of the music sheets in back to back relation into the envelopes. When the element I is set up for use the leaves I may be bent downwardly upon themselves in depending relation with respect to its rear side of reinforcing members 8 or a number of the leaves I may be bent downwardly upon themselves in depending relation with respect to the rear side and the remaining leaves likewise disposed with respect to the front'side of the reinforcing members 8. The leaves when bent downwardly are releasably held in such position and this will be more fully referred to. With reference to- Figures 1, 2, 3 and 4 the leaves I are disposed in depending relation with respect to the front and rear sides of the carrier.

The supporting frame 3 for element l consists of a tubular vertically disposed bottom part I3, an upstanding V-shaped intermediate part I4 and a horizontally disposed channel shaped upper part I5providing a binder. The apex of the part I4 is formed with an opening I6 which communicates with the interior of part I4. The part I3 at its upper end merges into the lower end of part I4. The latter at its upper end is integral with the bottom I6a of the part I5. The sides of part I5 are indicated at H and they are formed with openings I8 which are to register with the openings I2. The depth of the channeled upper part I5 of the frame 3 is less than the depth of the channeled shape members 8 which are arranged in aligned sidewise abutting relation and mounted in and projects from the part I5 of frame I. The leaves I, reinforcing member 8 and part I5 are secured together by holdfast means I9 extending through the registering openings I2 and I8. When element I and frame 3 are se- The frame 3 is revolubly mounted about the upper portion of the combined coupling and holder element 4, the latter consists of a post 20 of the desired length formed of an intermediate part 2 I, a lower part 22 having a threaded socket 23 and a reduced upper part constituting a shaft or spindle for the frame 3. The junction of the parts 2I, 24 provides a shoulder 25 which forms a bearing for the lower end of part I3 of frame 3. The part 24 of element 4 extends {upwardlythrough the part I3 and into the part I4 of frame 3. A washer 26 within the part I4 of the frame 3 surrounds the upper portion of the 1 to the bottom edges of the leaves I when the latter are inverted. The structure 5 includes a pair of oppositely disposed clamping members 30 of like form which are arranged between and pivotally connected to a pair of supporting plates 40 of like form secured by the holdfast means 4Iu to opposite sides of the intermediate portion 2| of the post 20. Arranged against the other opposite sides of the intermediate portion of the post 20 are oppositely disposed bow-shaped upstanding springs 4I which permanently bear against the clamping members 30. The holdfast means 42 is employed for securing the upper end terminal portions of the springs M to the post 20. The intermediate portion of each spring 4| extends away from the'post. The lower end ter-" minal portions of the springs 4| permanently bear against and are free of connection to post 20. Each of the members 30 'is of angle form and comprises an upstanding arm 43 of V-shaped contour which merges at its lower end into the inner end of a straight horizontally disposed arm 44." Each member is pivoted at the points of mergence between the arms thereof to the plates 40. as at 45. The arm 43 of each member is of compound curvature and the lower end of the inside of each member 33 is formed witha camface 46 which bears against the intermediate portion of a spring 4I when the clamping member is in an upstanding position. The clamping members when they are in upstanding position releasably maintain the leaves I in abutting relation and hold the said leaves in the positions shown in Figures 1 and 2. The holding position of one cam member 30 and the releasing position of the other cam member 30 are shown in Figure 6. The path of movement of a cam member 30 when moved from retaining or holding position with respect to the leaves I is indicated at 41. The path of travel of a holder member 30 when shifted to holding'or retaining position relative to the leaves I is indito engage in a socket or other suitable means on the instrument, not shown whereby the device will be held in a manner to have the musical score read by the musician. The leg 49 is formed with a reduced peripheral threaded extension 5| for engagement into the socket 23 whereby elements 4 and 6 will be connected together. The junction of the extension 5| and leg 49 provides a shoulder 52 which is to abut against the lower edge 53 of the post 2! when elements 4 and 6 are connected together. 7

It will be assumed that the musician is to changethe musical score displayed before him by a leaf 1 and to accomplish this, such leaf is released, see Figure land is then moved in a direction as indicated at 54 to a position on the front of the carrier element I. Just prior to the shiftable leaf assuming its position at the front aesaose 3 of the element l, the clamping member -30'at the right of Figure 4 is moved in thedirection of the arrows 55, after which such leaf is positioned at the-front of element and the clamping'member 30 to the right of Figure 4 moved to retaining position which would be in a path opposite to that indicated by the arrows 55. After the shifted leaf has been clamped, the clamping member 30 to the left of Figure l is moved in the direction of the arrows 56 to clamp the leaves at what would be the rear of the carrier element l at-this time. After the leaves I have been clamped in position, the substituted musical score is arranged in exposed relation at what would be the front of the carrier element I, Figure 4. The said element is then revolved to an extent of 180 as indicated by the arrows 57, Figure 2 whereby the substituted exposed musical score will be shifted to the position shown in Figure 2 to be read by the musician. If the musical scores in a leaf are arranged back to back, it is readily obvious that one can be read from the rear of the carrier element for example as shown in Figure 1, but when such leaf carrying such score is shifted to a position upon the front of the carrier element, when the latter is in the position as shown in Figures 1 and 4 the leaf will be inverted and expose the other musical score. Now when the carrier is revolved to an extent referred to the said exposed musical score will be arranged at the rear of the carrier in a position to be read by the musician.

The leaves I of the carrier element I are divided in stationary portions and hinged independently shiftable portions. The stationary portions are arranged within and fixed to the reinforcing members 8. The hinged portions are extended from the reinforcing members 8 and each hinged portion provides the compartment for the music sheets; The entrances for said compartments are formed by parts of the openings 9. When reference is had to the shifting of the leaves from rear to front it is to be understood that this refers to the hinged portions of the envelopes.

The part l5 constitutes a binder which is common to the leaves of the carrier i.

What I claim is:

1. In a folio lyre for attachment to a band instrmnent to independently position different musical scores to be played by a musician, a horizontally revoluble carrier element including a series of sidewise abutting independent flexible reinforcing members of like form and a series of independent transparent impervious leaves of like form, each of said leaves having a stationary portion arranged in and connected to a reinforcing member and its remaining portion extended from and shiftable on its correlated reinforcing member, said leaves being in the form of envelopes adapted for receiving therein a pair of independently exposable sheets of music arranged one with its back against the back of the other, each of said leaves being independently shiftable relative to its reinforcing member from exposing position with relation to one of said sheets at the back of said element to exposing position with relation to the other of said sheets at the front of said element, a revolubly adjustable mounting for said element secured to said reinforcing members whereby the said element may be revolubly adjusted to an extent to position the sheet exposed at its front to a position of exposure at its rear, a combined coupling and supporting means for said mounting, and a duplex releasable clamping structure carried by said meansand acting to releasably clamp said leaves together in abutting-relation and coasting with said element to releasably hold the revolving of the mounting to prevent the shifting of the element from its adjusted position when exposing the music sheet at the rear thereof.

2. In a folio lyre for attachment to a band instrument to independently position different musical scores to be played by a musician, a horizontally revo-luble carrier element including a series of sidewise abutting independent flexible reinforcing members of like form and a series of independent transparent impervious leaves of like form, each of said leaves having a stationary portion arranged in and connected to a reinforcing member and its remaining portion extended from and shiftable on its correlated reinforcing member, said leaves being in the form of envelopes adapted for receiving therein a pair of independently exposable sheets of music arranged one with its back against the back of the other, each of said leaves being independently shiftable relative to its reinforcing member from exposing position with relation to one of said sheets at the back of said element to exposing position with relation to the other of said sheets at the front of said element, a revolubly adjustable mounting forsaid element secured to said reinforcing members whereby the said element may be revolubly adjusted to an extent to position the sheet exposed at its front to a position of exposure at its rear, a combined coupling and supporting means for said mounting, a duplex releasable clamping structure carried by said means and acting to releasably clamp said leaves together in abutting relation and coacting with said element to releasably hold the revolving of the mounting to prevent the shifting of the element from its adjusted position when exposing the music sheet at the rear thereof, and a connector carried by said combined coupling and supporting means adapted for connecting it to a musical instrument.

3. In a folio lyre, a series of independent binders arranged in the form of a pack, a series of independent transparent envelopes each formed of an oppositely shiftable exposable and a permanently concealed stationary portion, said exposable portion adapted to have mounted therein a pair of oppositely disposed sheets of music in a manner for exposing the notes of a sheet through a side ofsuch portion for reading at the extent of one of the shifting movements of such portion, the permanently concealed portion of each envelope being arranged in a flexible reinforcing member. means for securing said concealed portions to the said members, the shiftable exposable portions of said envelopes hinging on said members, a revoluble mounting for and having an upper part receiving said members, means for securing said members together in sidewise abutting relation and to said-part, and duplex means for releasably maintaining one or more of said exposable portions of the envelopes simultaneously at the opposite sides of said mounting in depending relation with respect to the said upper part and for releasably holding said mounting from revolving.

4. In a folio lyre, a series of independent binders arranged in the form of a pack, a series of independent transparent envelopes each formed of an oppositely shiftable exposable and a permanently concealed stationary portion, said exposable portion adapted to have mounted therein a pair of oppositely disposed sheets of music ina manner'for exposing the notes of a sheet through ting relation and to said part, duplex meansfor releasably maintaining one or more of said exposable portions of the envelopes simultaneously at opposite sides of said mounting in depending relation with respect to the said upper part and for releasably holding said mounting from revolving, and means carried by the mounting for connecting it in an upstanding position to a musical instrument.

5. In a folio lyre for the purpose set forth an upstanding carrier element formed of a plurality of face-wise opposed impervious transparent envelopes, channel-shaped flexible reinforcing members in which said envelopes are mounted in and extended from and means for securing said members together and each member to a part of each of the envelopes to form the latter with stationary portions and independently shiftable hinged portions, each capable of being swung from the rear to the front of the carrier, said envelopes being open at one side, each of said hinged portions providing a compartment adapted for the storing and independent exposure of sheets of music, said compartments having entrances provided by a part of said openings, and said hinged portions being disposed in depending relation with respect to said stationary portions and members.

6. In a folio lyre for the purpose set forth an upstanding carrier element formed of a plurality of face-Wise opposed impervious transparent envelopes, channel-shaped flexible reinforcing members in which said envelopes are mounted in and extended from and means for securing said members together and each member to a part of each of the envelopes to form the latter with stationary portions and independently shiftable hinged portions, each capable of being swung from the rear to the front of the carrier, said envelopes being open at one side, each of said hinged portions providing a compartment adapted for the storing and independent exposure of sheets of music, said compartments having entrances provided by a part of said openings, said hinged portions being disposed in depending relation with respect .to said stationary portions and members, an upstanding structure for revolubly supporting said element secured to said stationary portions and members and having means for the attaching it to a musical instrument, and said structure including means for releasably clamping said hinged portions from shifting and said element from movement.

7. In a folio lyre for the purpose set forth, a carrier element including flexible reinforcing members having secured therein portions of independently shiftable impervious transparent parts for receiving, protecting and exposing sheets of music, a revolubly adjustable mounting for and fixed at its upper end to said members, said parts being disposed in depending relation with respect to said members, a combined coupling and supporting means for said mounting, and a releasable clamping structure for correlation with said element, parts and mounting for holding said element, parts and mounting for holding them stationary, and an attachment carried by said means adapted for connecting it to a musical instrument.

9. In a folio lyre for the purpose set forth, a carrier element in the form of a body of transparent impervious envelopes and a flexible reinforcing member for each envelope, said envelopes having stationary portions arranged within said members and independently shiftable hinged portions extended from said members, each hinged portion providing a compartment adapted for the storage of a pair of oppositely disposed independently exposable sheets of music, means for securing each member to its correlated leaf, an upstanding revolubly adjustable mounting for said element having an upper part for receiving said members and being secured to said members and to the stationary portions of said envelopes, said hinged portions being disposed in depending relation with respect to said upper part of said mounting and capable of being shifted from the rear of the carrier to the front of the latter, an upstanding means coupled to and revolubly supporting said mounting, and a releasable clamping structure carried by said means and acting to releasably clamp the hinged portions of said leaves together in abutting relation and coacting with said element to releasably hold it and the said mounting in adjusted position.

10. In a folio lyre for the purpose set forth, a carrier element in the form of a body of transparent impervious envelopes and a flexible reinforcing member for each envelope, said envelopes having stationary portions arranged within said members and independently shiftable hinged portions extended from said members, each hinged portion providing a compartment adapted for the storage of a pair of oppositely disposed independently exposable sheets of music, means for securing each member to its correlated leaf, an, upstanding revolubly adjustable mounting for said element having an upper part for receiving said members and being secured to said members and to the stationary portions of said envelopes, said hinged portions being disposed in depending relation with respect to said upper part of said mounting and capable of being shifted from the rear of the carrier to the front of the latter, an upstanding means coupled to and revolubly supporting said mounting, a releasably clamping structure carried by said means and acting to releasably clamp the hinged portions of said leaves together in abutting relationand coacting with said element to releasably hold it and the'said mounting in adjusted position, and a connector connected to said means for detachably connecting the latter in an upstanding position relative to. a musical instrument.

WALTER ROSEBRAUGH.

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US2514068A (en) * 1947-01-17 1950-07-04 Lawrence B Johnston Music holder
US3743231A (en) * 1971-11-09 1973-07-03 D Whyte Copy holders
US4205817A (en) * 1978-05-30 1980-06-03 Corder James T Music holder
US4326691A (en) * 1979-11-09 1982-04-27 Lloyd Bert A Music holder
US4365431A (en) * 1980-11-10 1982-12-28 Bankers Box Company Copy holder
US4475705A (en) * 1981-07-02 1984-10-09 Honeywell Information Systems Inc. Document holder for display terminal
DE3928727A1 (en) * 1989-08-30 1991-03-07 Georg Wilhelm Stand for sheet music - has hinged cover made form sheet of transparent material
US6017011A (en) * 1996-08-30 2000-01-25 Alden Lee Comapny, Inc. Collapsible music stand with optional multiple desks having dual-angular and verticle adjustability
US20060065795A1 (en) * 2004-09-30 2006-03-30 Compx International Support for flat monitors
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* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2514068A (en) * 1947-01-17 1950-07-04 Lawrence B Johnston Music holder
US3743231A (en) * 1971-11-09 1973-07-03 D Whyte Copy holders
US4205817A (en) * 1978-05-30 1980-06-03 Corder James T Music holder
US4326691A (en) * 1979-11-09 1982-04-27 Lloyd Bert A Music holder
US4365431A (en) * 1980-11-10 1982-12-28 Bankers Box Company Copy holder
US4475705A (en) * 1981-07-02 1984-10-09 Honeywell Information Systems Inc. Document holder for display terminal
DE3928727A1 (en) * 1989-08-30 1991-03-07 Georg Wilhelm Stand for sheet music - has hinged cover made form sheet of transparent material
US6017011A (en) * 1996-08-30 2000-01-25 Alden Lee Comapny, Inc. Collapsible music stand with optional multiple desks having dual-angular and verticle adjustability
US20060065795A1 (en) * 2004-09-30 2006-03-30 Compx International Support for flat monitors
US20150026929A1 (en) * 2012-03-22 2015-01-29 Gi Technos Inc. Paper holder
US9469147B2 (en) * 2012-03-22 2016-10-18 Gi Technos Inc. Paper holder

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