A treatise explanatory of the violoncello (Macdonald, John)

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Publisher. Info. London: John Macdonald, n.d.
printed for the Author by Ellerton & Henderson, sold by Monzani & Co.
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Work Title A treatise explanatory of the violoncello
Alternative. Title A Treatise Explanatory of the Principles constituting the Practice and Theory of the Violoncello; and of a Systematic method of Fingering, Fully Exemplified in Every Compass of the Instrument; with a Description of the Harmonics throughout its whole Extent; Illustrated by Delineated Figures, and Experiments ascertaining the nature of the Harmonic System: and Containing, also, a short account of the Rise, Progress, and General Elements of Music: as far as the Work necessarily requires such Illustration. By John Macdonald Esqr. F.R.S. F.A.S. late Lieut. Coll., Engineer, and Author of several Works.
Composer Macdonald, John
First Publication. 1811
Language English
Dedication George, Prince of Wales, Prince Regent
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Classical
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation cello; 2 cellos