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|AUTHOR:||Rimbault, Edward Francis|
|TITLE:||The Pianoforte, its origin, progress, and construction; with some account of instruments of the same class which preceded it; viz. the clavichord, the virginal, the spinet, the harpsichord, etc. to which is added a selection of interesting Specimens of Music composed for keyed-stringed instruments, by Blitheman, Byrd, Bull, Frescobaldi, Dumont, Chambonnieres, Lully, Purcell, Muffat, Couperin, Kuhnau, Scarlatti, Seb. Bach, Mattheson, Handel, C.P. Emanuel Bach, etc.|
|PUBL. DATA:||by Edward F. Rimbault, Ll.D. Member of the Royal Academy of Music in Stockholm, etc. etc. [Dedicated] To Henry E. Dibdin, Esq. - London: Robert Cocks and Co., 1860. xvi, 420p (pp.237-368 is mus.exx, with separate pagination at the bottom -129p; Pl.-Nr.: 12,059) [BWV 992 (p.332-339, dated '1715')]|
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