Palmer's theory of music : being a practical guide to the study of thorough-bass, harmony, musical composition and form, for those who wish to acquire a knowledge of the fundamental principles of the science, in a short time, either with or without the aid of a teacher: including 730 questions which are illustrated by 582 examples, selected from the works of the best writers on musical science / by H. R. Palmer.
|Main Author:||Palmer, H. R. 1834-1907|
Cincinnati : The John Church co., c1904.
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First published 1876.
168 p. :
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