A Treatise Upon Modern Instrumentation and Orchestration: Containing an Exact Table of the Compass, a Detail of the Mechanism, and a Study of the Quality of Tone, and Expressive Character of Various Instruments; Accompanied by Numerous Examples in Score, from the Works of the Greatest Masters, and from Some Unpublished Works of the Author. New Edition, Revised, Corrected Augmented by Several ... Chapters on Newly-invented Instruments, and on the Whole Art of the Orchestral Conductor
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