Lectures on the Theory and Practice of Music (Nathan, Isaac)

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Publisher. Info. Sydney: W. Ford, 1846.
London: Cramer, Addison & Beale
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Work Title Lectures on the Theory and Practice of Music
Alternative. Title The First, Second, and Third of a Series of Lectures on the Theory and Practice of Music, delivered at the Sydney College, New South Wales, Giving an Historical Account of the Origin, Rise, and Progress of the Science, from the earliest period up to the present time, with Progressive Exercises for improvement on the Piano-forte, Harmony, and Modulation; and for the cultivation of the Human Voice, from the first rudiments to the most refined and elaborate details of a perfect mastery of the art: forming a work of instruction for the pupil, and a work of reference for the master. By I. Nathan, musical historian and theorist to his late Reverend Majesty, George IV., professor of singing and composer to her late Royal Highness, the Princess Charlotte of Wales. Author of the "Hebrew Melodies," the "Musurgia Vocalis," &c.
Composer Nathan, Isaac
First Publication. 1846
Language English
Dedication Lady Mary Fitz Roy
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation incl. piano, voice