6 edition of Printed music in the British Museum found in the catalog.
|Statement||[by] Alec Hyatt King.|
|LC Classifications||ML111.L63 B74|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||210 p.,  leaves of plates,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||210|
|LC Control Number||81450383|
British Museum. Department of Printed Books. Title: General catalogue of printed books. Edition: Photolithographic ed. to Imprint: London: Trustees of the British Museum, Extent: v. Notes: The new edition was started with vol. 52 at the point where the previous edition had been abandoned; it will conclude with the publication Book Edition: Photolithographic Ed. to Get this from a library! Catalogue of printed music published before now in the British museum. Second supplement,. [William Barclay Squire; William Charles Smith; British Museum. Department of Printed Books.] -- Describes how sunshine and the tilt of the earth's axis are responsible for the changing seasons.
A group of ancillary bibliographies from England are also part of the collection. These include bibliographies of British autobiographies, ballad entries in the Stationers' Register, catalogs of prints, drawings, and printed music in the British Museum, and seventeenth-century descriptive catalogs by London booksellers. The British Museum library was long housed in the main building of the British Museum, in Bloomsbury, museum (with its library) was founded in on the basis of the collections of Sir Hans Sloane; Edward and Robert Harley, earls of Oxford; and Sir Robert George II presented to the library what is now known as the Old Royal Library (books collected by the kings of.
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Manuscripts. Get this from a library. Printed music in the British Museum: an account of the collections, the catalogues, and their formation up to [A Hyatt King]. Catalogue of printed music published between and now in the British Museum by British Library.
Dept. of Printed Books; Squire, Pages: A superbly printed bass part of 20 songs issued in is one of the earliest examples of English music printing. Finding printed music in the catalogue. Printed music is included in the Library's main catalogue, Explore the British Library. To restrict your search to printed music, choose 'Advanced Search' and then select 'Scores' from the.
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From Indigenous clothing and Mexican skulls to necklaces made of dolphin teeth, this is one of the most extensive online museum. The British Library has a world-famous collection of printed and manuscript music, music recordings, concert programmes and books and periodicals on music.
The Royal Music Library contains about 1, volumes of manuscript music and 4, volumes of printed music, dating from the lateth to the earlyth centuries. As a collection, it is partly a reflection of the musical tastes of the successive members of the royal household.
Men sitting at a round table with a candle, tobacco and punch-bowl, singing, drinking and smoking, including a stout man almost facing the viewer on the left and a man standing on the right; head-piece illustration to a music book; 'The happy Clubb, A new Song' below, etched notation for treble and bass four verses with choruses in engraved lettering.
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£14 3 Jul - 9 Aug Get this from a library. Catalogue of printed music published between and now in the British Museum.
[William Barclay Squire; British Museum. Trustees.]. British Museum. Department of Printed Books. Catalogue of printed music in the British Museum. Accessions (OCoLC) Document Type: Journal / Magazine / Newspaper: All Authors / Contributors: British Museum.
Department of Printed Books. Created as a 'space to sit and read and be', library of exile is an installation by British artist and writer, Edmund de Waal, housing more than 2, books in translation, written by exiled authors.
Unveiled to great acclaim during the Venice Biennalethis porcelain-covered pavilion is intended as a place of contemplation and dialogue.
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Department of Manuscripts. Catalogue of the manuscript music in the British Museum. London, Printed by order of the Trustees, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Oliphant; Frederic Madden; British Museum.
Department of .This collection includes images from all of the Austen family music books whose current whereabouts are known.
Two further manuscript albums, one of which includes material in Austen's hand, and an undetermined number of printed binder's volumes were in the collection of Henry Rice, another descendent of Edward Austen Knight, in the mids.