A treatise explanatory of the violoncello (Macdonald, John)
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London: John Macdonald, n.d.
printed for the Author by Ellerton & Henderson, sold by Monzani & Co.
Handwritten date 1822 crossed out on title-page
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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.|