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A treatise of good taste in the art of musick

Author: Francesco Geminiani; Robert Donington
Publisher: New York : Da Capo Press, 1969.
Series: Da Capo Press music reprint series.
Edition/Format:   Musical score : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1800
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Geminiani, Francesco, 1687-1762.
Treatise of good taste in the art of musick.
New York : Da Capo Press, 1969
(OCoLC)768070967
Document Type: Musical Score
Music Type: Studies & exercises, etudes; Songs; Trio-sonatas
All Authors / Contributors: Francesco Geminiani; Robert Donington
OCLC Number: 239743
Notes: Facsim. ed. of: A treatise of good taste in the art of musick : dedicated to His Royal Highness Frederick Prince of Wales / by F. Geminiani. London, 1749.
Description: 1 score (vi, 4, 30 p.) ; 38 cm.
Contents: Song[s], accompany'd by two violins, two German flutes, tenor, and thorough bass. 1, The lass of Peaty's Mill ; 2, The night her silent sable wore ; 3, When Phœbus bright ; 4, O Bessy bell --
Airs made into sonatas for two violins & a bass. [1], The broom of Cowdenknons ; 2, Bush aboon traquair ; 3, The last time I came o'er the moor --
4 airs for a violin or German flute, violoncello & harpsichord. Auld Bob Morrice ; The country lass ; Lady Ann Bothwel's lament ; Sleepy body.
Series Title: Da Capo Press music reprint series.
Responsibility: by Francesco Geminiani ; new introduction by Robert Donington.

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