4 edition of European reminiscences, musical and otherwise. found in the catalog.
European reminiscences, musical and otherwise.
Louis Charles Elson
|Statement||By Louis C. Elson.|
|LC Classifications||ML423 .E49|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, -301 p.|
|Number of Pages||301|
|LC Control Number||06006804|
After Waterloo: Reminiscences of European Travel by Major W. E Frye Part 4 out of 8. otherwise he will have to pay my ears the most delightful musical feast they ever enjoyed. The cavatina _Una voce poco fa_ gave me inconceivable delight. The _Ballo_ was of a very. Buy a cheap copy of Reminiscences book by Douglas MacArthur. Written in his own hand and finished only weeks before his death, Gen. Douglas MacArthur's memoir spans more than half a century of modern history. His vantage Free shipping over $/5(5).
Latin, he understood almost all European languages, and was capable of writing correctly in French, Italian and German. The Misses G have shown me a rare book published by him at Paris in under the following title: "Trois chants de l'Edda. Vaftrudnismal, Thrymsquidal, Skirnisfor, traduits. Not all the music in this collection was written in the Americas. A good proportion--more than a third, less than a half--was written in Europe by European composers. A very few items are copyright deposits by European publishers, deposited in America to secure American copyright. (Johannes Brahms's publisher was the most careful about this.) There are also a few deposits by Canadian.
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European Sacred Music is a collection of over 50 of the finest examples of sacred choral music from continental Europe, ranging from the sixteenth to twentieth centuries.
John Rutter has prepared completely new editions of all the pre-twentieth-century items, going back to the earliest and most reliable manuscript or printed sources. European Sacred Music is a collection of over 50 of the finest examples of sacred choral music from continental Europe, ranging from the sixteenth to twentieth centuries.
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English: Louis Charles Elson () was Chief editor of the University Musical Encyclopedia. European Reminiscences, musical and otherwise () by ELSON (18 F) M Modern music and musicians ( encyclopedia) (97 F)Country of citizenship: United States of America.
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