New and scientific self-instructing school for the violin, on an entirely different method from any work of the kind heretofore offered to the public in this country intended for beginners, amateurs, business players, and teachers. George Saunders, professor of music and dancing.
New and scientific self-instructing school for the violin, on an entirely different method from any work of the kind heretofore offered to the public in this country intended for beginners, amateurs, business players, and teachers...
New and scientific self-instructing school for the violin, on an entirely different method from any work of the kind heretofore offered to the public in this country intended for beginners, amateurs, business players, and teachers...
New and scientific self-instructing school for the violin, on an entirely different method from any work of the kind heretofore offered to the public in this country intended for beginners, amateurs, business players, and teachers...

New and scientific self-instructing school for the violin, on an entirely different method from any work of the kind heretofore offered to the public in this country intended for beginners, amateurs, business players, and teachers...

Boston: Oliver Ditson & Co., [1847]. Oblong 4to, pp. 100; printed music throughout; original cloth-backed pictorial paper-covered boards; free endpapers creased, rear joint cracked, cloth cracked and chipped, occasional spots and stains; all else very good. With three small slips of manuscript music laid in ("Old Kentucky Home," "Home, Sweet Home," and "Blue Bells of Scotland"). Saunders was a professor of music and dancing in Providence, R.I. Includes preface by the author; technical notes on the violin and rudiments of music, with preliminary exercises; technical notes on positions, with progressive exercises; and, instructional notes on musical execution, with practice pieces. Item #58336

Price: $175.00

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