The Orchestra and how to Write for it: A Practical Guide to Every Branch and Detail of Modern Orchestration: Including Full Particulars of All Instruments Now in Use and Rules for Their Combination. With Numerous Exercises and Over Two Hundred Useful Examples from Modern Works. The Whole Forming an Indispensable Manual for Conductors and Composers
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