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The Score: A Music Magazine January 1951 Number 4, Glock, William
1 Glock, William The Score: A Music Magazine January 1951 Number 4
Ambassador Publishing Paperback Very Good 
64pp, music examples. Includes: Purcell: The Meditation; Stravinsky III; Virgil Thomson: Three More Essays; Rameau and the Opera; Production of Opera; John Wilbye: Some Aspects of his Music. 
Price: 5.00 GBP
 
 
The History of American Classical Music: Macdowell through Minimalism, Struble, John Warthen
2 Struble, John Warthen The History of American Classical Music: Macdowell through Minimalism
Robert Hale 1995 070905677X / 9780709056775 Hardcover Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket 
444pp, illustrations, chronology, list of basic repertoire. Ives. Griffes. Gershwin. Copland. Cage. Reich. Glass and many others Begins in colonial times to trace the many different sources of today's music. 
Price: 15.00 GBP
 
 
The Hired Lad, Thomson, Ian Campbell
3 Thomson, Ian Campbell The Hired Lad
Farming Press Books 1994 0852362544 / 9780852362549 Paperback Very Good 
The author relives his time as a young farmworker on a Stirlingshire farm after the Second World War 163pp previous owners signature 
Price: 4.00 GBP
 
 
Early Music Vol 10 No 2 April 1982, Thomson, J. M.
4 Thomson, J. M. Early Music Vol 10 No 2 April 1982
Oxford University Press Paperback Very Good 
Many illustrations, music examples. Contents include: Orlandus Lassus (1532–1594) and the Munich Kapelle; Basses and basse continue in the orchestra of the Paris Opéra 1700-1764; A Songe of fortie parts, made by Mr. Tallys; Professional recorder playing in England 1500–1740 II: 1640–1740; German musicians and their instruments A 14th-century account by Konrad of Megenberg; How to get the best from direct-blown double reeds; Autographs of Alfonso Ferrabosco I-III. 
Price: 8.00 GBP
 
 
Early Music Vol 10 No 3 July 1982, Thomson, J. M.
5 Thomson, J. M. Early Music Vol 10 No 3 July 1982
Oxford University Press 1982 Paperback Very Good 
Many illustrations, music examples. Volume includes: The pardessus de viole and its literature; The sacred music of Thomas Ravenscroft, The performance of plainchant; The Gentleman's Diversion John Lenton and the First Violin tutor; An Introduction to Alessandro Scarlatti's: Toccata prima; Viol construction in 17th-century England. 
Price: 8.00 GBP
 
 
Early Music Vol 10 No 4 October 1982, Thomson, J. M.
6 Thomson, J. M. Early Music Vol 10 No 4 October 1982
Oxford University Press 1982 Paperback Very Good 
Illustrations, music examples. Contents includes: - The performance of songs in late medieval France; Instruments in Florentine Carnival songs; the Ebenthal lute and viol tablatures - 13 new manuscripts of Baroque instrumental music; storage climates for musical instruments; the most beautiful among the claviers - Rudolph Richter's reconstruction of a Baroque lute-harpsichord; the surviving instruments of Andrea Amati; Haydn autographs & 'authentic' manuscript copies in the British Library. 
Price: 8.00 GBP
 
 
Early Music Vol 4 No 2 April 1976, Thomson, J. M.
7 Thomson, J. M. Early Music Vol 4 No 2 April 1976
Oxford University Press 1976 Paperback Very Good 
Many illustrations, music examples. Volume includes: The maner of dauncying; The performance of unmeasured harpsichord preludes; Bassano and the orchestra of St Mark's; Staging The Play of Daniel; The Chitarrone Francese; Con ogni sorte di stromenti; Making reeds for the baroque oboe 2; Performing early music on record-3: The Baroque in Germany. 
Price: 8.00 GBP
 
 
Early Music Vol 7 No 1 January 1979, Thomson, J. M.
8 Thomson, J. M. Early Music Vol 7 No 1 January 1979
Oxford University Press Paperback Very Good 
Many illustrations, music examples. Repaired tear to back cover. Contents include: Concert in a house: Musical iconography and musical thought; Rameau's harpsichord transcriptions from Les Indes galantes; On Performing the Lo estampies; Il modo di far la fantasia: An appreciation of Luzzaschi's instrumental style; Once more: the ‘French overture style’; The Compleat Orchestral Musician; Some thoughts on the performance of concert music; How did the viola da gamba sound? ; Interpreting style: a tribute to: Howard Ferguson; Restoration, conservation: repair and maintenance: Some considerations on the care of musical instruments; English Church Music c 1660-1700 .2; Underneath the Archives: recalls the early days with J. M. Thomson; Performing Style in Bach Cantatas 3; Paris revisited: describes the flourishing state of French harpsichord making as shown at the 1978 Paris Harpsichord Forum. 
Price: 8.00 GBP
 
 
Early Music Vol 8 No 4 October 1980, Thomson, J. M.
9 Thomson, J. M. Early Music Vol 8 No 4 October 1980
Oxford University Press Paperback Very Good 
Many illustrations, music examples. Contents include: Monsieur Dublet and his confreres -The harpsichord decorators of Paris I; The songs of Dufay; Mary Magdalene, musician and dancer; Performing Franco-Netherlandish secular music of the late fifteenth century; French lute tablature in the 14th century; Naples 1460-90. 
Price: 8.00 GBP
 
 
Early Music Vol I No 2 April 1973, Thomson, J. M.
10 Thomson, J. M. Early Music Vol I No 2 April 1973
Oxford University Press Paperback Very Good 
Many illustrations, music examples. Contents includes: Vivaldi's church music: an introduction; The Cittern; The cittern repertoire; Capriol's revenge; Playing early pianos–a lost tradition? 
Price: 8.00 GBP
 
 
Early Music Vol I No 3 July 1973, Thomson, J. M.
11 Thomson, J. M. Early Music Vol I No 3 July 1973
Oxford University Press Paperback Very Good 
Many illustrations, music examples. Contents includes: The choice of instruments in baroque music; The crumhorn: historical sources; An introduction to the crumhorn repertoire; Recorder modifications 2: How to make blocks; New types of flute embouchure sections. 
Price: 8.00 GBP
 
 
Early Music Vol I No 4 October 1973, Thomson, J. M.
12 Thomson, J. M. Early Music Vol I No 4 October 1973
Oxford University Press Paperback Very Good 
Many illustrations. Contents includes: The art of courtly love; The Shakespeare-Purcell Fairy Queen: A Defence and Recommendation; On the reconstruction of a medieval tabor; Recorder modifications 3. 
Price: 8.00 GBP
 
 
Early Music Vol I No I January 1973, Thomson, J. M.
13 Thomson, J. M. Early Music Vol I No I January 1973
Oxford University Press Paperback Very Good 
Many illustrations, music examples. Contents includes: On the performance of fifeenth century chansons; Percussion instruments of the Middle Ages and Renaissance: Their history in literature and painting; Renaissance Europe through Japanese eyes: Record of a strange triumphal journey; Early pianos: Their history and character; Where the wind blows: A regular column on instruments and instrument makers. 
Price: 8.00 GBP
 
 
Early Music Vol 2 No 1 January 1974, Thomson, J.M.
14 Thomson, J.M. Early Music Vol 2 No 1 January 1974
Oxford University Press Paperback Very Good 
Many illustrations, music examples. Contents include: The Old Hall Manuscript; Playing from original notation; Early percussion techniques; A checklist for the cittern. 
Price: 8.00 GBP
 
 
Early Music Vol 2 No 2 April 1974, Thomson, J.M.
15 Thomson, J.M. Early Music Vol 2 No 2 April 1974
Oxford University Press Paperback Very Good 
Many illustrations, music examples. Contents include: Dance and dance music of the 16th century; Anyone for the galliard? ; The harpsichord reviva; The London College of Furniture; Frans Brueggen on the baroque recorder; The lute music of Robert Johnson. A small area has been cut from the title page giving details of the subscription terms, this has cut into a plate on the verso. 
Price: 8.00 GBP
 
 
Early Music Vol 2 No 4 October 1974, Thomson, J.M.
16 Thomson, J.M. Early Music Vol 2 No 4 October 1974
Oxford University Press Paperback Very Good 
Many illustrations, music examples. Contents include: Guillaume Dufay and the Early Renaissance; An introduction to renaissance viols, First steps on the dulcimer. 
Price: 8.00 GBP
 
 
Early Music Vol 3 No 3 July 1975, Thomson, J.M.
17 Thomson, J.M. Early Music Vol 3 No 3 July 1975
Oxford University Press Paperback Very Good 
Many illustrations, music examples. Contents include: Secular musical practice in sacred art; Performance practices in the frottola; Arnold Dolmetsch; Bend the finger at all three joints: A first-hand records of Landowska's teaching methods; The ‘Authentic’ sound of early music; First steps towards playing the cornett—2; Woods used for woodwind since the 16th century 2: A descriptive dictionary of the principal woods mentioned; Performing early music on record–1: A retrospective and prospective survey of the music of the Italian trecento. 
Price: 8.00 GBP
 
 
Early Music Vol 4 No 4 October 1976, Thomson, J.M.
18 Thomson, J.M. Early Music Vol 4 No 4 October 1976
Oxford University Press Paperback Very Good 
Many illustrations, music examples. Contents include: C. P. E. Bach's Versuch reconsidered; Producing Dido and Aeneas: An investigation into sixteen problems with a suggestion to conductors by Michael Tilmouth in the form of a newly-composed finale to the Grove scene; Chitarrone, Theorbo and Archlute; The trumpet sonata in England; Gut Strings; Harpsichord building in Holland; The economics of early music; Photographing early instruments; Performing early music on record 5: Early dance music. 
Price: 8.00 GBP
 
 
Early Music Vol 5 No 2 April 1977, Thomson, J.M.
19 Thomson, J.M. Early Music Vol 5 No 2 April 1977
Oxford University Press Paperback Very Good 
Many illustrations, colour and b/w, music examples. Contents include: ‘Main divers acors’: Some instrument collections of the Ars Nova period; A dance for kings: The 17th–century French Cour ante: Its character, step-patterns, metric and proportional foundations; What exactly is violone? A note towards a solution; The baroque trumpet after 1721; some preliminary observations: Part 1: Science and Practice; The performance of troubadour and trouvère songs: Some facts and conjectures; Sixteenth-century German playing-cards: A little-known source of German songs. 
Price: 8.00 GBP
 
 
Early Music Vol 7 No 3 July 1979, Thomson, J.M.
20 Thomson, J.M. Early Music Vol 7 No 3 July 1979
Oxford University Press Paperback Very Good 
Many illustrations, music examples. Contents include: The earliest English keyboard; Restoration stage fiddlers and their music; The theorboed guitar Its repertoire in the guitar books of Granata and Gallot; Charpentier and the early French ensemble sonata; The French style and the overtures of Bach: Part two; Rediscovering Baroque Wind 1: The baroque bassoon; The chalumeau: Independent voice or poor relation? ; Tonality and the baroque oboe; A brief workshop manual for recorders; An eight-voice parody of Lassus: André Pevernage's Bon jour mon coeur; Albert de Rippe Joueur de luth du Roy; Michael Prynne: a tribute. 
Price: 8.00 GBP
 
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