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A Treatise on Harmony, Written and Composed for the Use of the Pupils at the Royal Conservatoire of Music, in Paris; by Catel, Professor of Harmony in that Establishment
Boston: Published by James Loring. 1832. First. First American edition. "From the English Copy, with additional Notes and Explanations, by Lowell Mason." Octavo. 156pp. Original quarter muslin and papercovered boards with printed paper spine label. Early, probably contemporary owner's name of Kate Snow of Fredonia, N.Y., light stains on the rear board, faint dampstain on the edge of the last half of the leaves, still a pleasing, very good or better copy. Standard treatise on harmony in a nice original binding. .
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