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1.   Benjamin, Thomas, Michael Horvit, Robert Nelson.
Techniques and Materials of Tonal Music. With an Introduction to Twentieth-Century Techniques. Third Edition.
Publisher: Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1986
xii, 280 p. illus. 28 cm. 'Intended to be used as a text for the first two years of college theory courses.' Stock# 37,172. Vg, illustrated boards/ no dj .

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2.   Berlioz, Hector, 1803-1869
A Treatise upon Modern Instrumentation [Traité d'instrumentation] and Orchestration...
Publisher: Boston: Elias Howe Co., No. 88 Court Street [1899 or earlier]
257, [2] p., 66 "illustrations" of music; 26.5 cm. Title continues: Containing an Exact Table of the Compass, a Detail of the Mechanism, and a Study of the Quality of Tone, and Expressive Character of Various Instruments; Accompanied by Numerous Examples in Score, from the Works of the Greatest Masters, and from some Unpublished Works of the Author. New Edition, revised, corrected, augmented by several additional chapters on Newly-invented Instruments and on the whole art of the Orchestral Conductor. By Hector Berlioz. Op. 10. Translated from the French by Mary Cowden Clarke. Latest Improved Edition. First published 1844 as Traité d'instrumentation. "His reputation grew not from his masterpieces but from a pedagogic work, The Treatise on Modern Instrumentation and Orchestration. By refusing to write pretty little ditties for the Parisian salon, Berlioz made himself the master of orchestral mass. Polemical and precise, his treatise blazed a path of technical possibility for the high noon of European music. It was closely studied by Mahler and Strauss and served as the foundation for a subsequent textbook by Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov..." (Norman Lebrecht on Copy of Lola Phinney with her dated ink signature on title-page. Publisher's dark green cloth stamped in gold; corners & edges worn, hinges loosened; lacks all before title-page; good+. Stock#44180.

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3.   Machabey, Armand, 1886 -1966
La Notation Musicale
Publisher: Paris, Presses Universitaires de France, 11971, c1952
127, [1] p. illus. 18 cm. Series: Que sais-je? 514. Troisieme Edition Mise a Jour par Michel Huglo. Musical notation. Pa. Stock# 37,247. Vg/ paper.

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4.   Prout, Ebenezer.
Double Counterpoint and Canon... Seventh Impression.
Publisher: London, Augener Ltd. [1891+]. Augener's Edition No. 9184
xi, 284, [4] p., index, music; 21.5 cm. "It has been necessary in some respects to relax the strictness of the rules when applying them to double counterpoint-- especially in the tenth, the most difficult interval to work. The fundamental principles of strict counterpoint are, nevertheless, observed... The whole of the examples to the strict double counterpoint have been written expressly for this work." Contents include Strict Double Counterpoint in the Octave and Fifteenth; the Tenth; the Twelfth; Free Double Counterpoint in the Octave, Tenth, and Twelfth on a Choral; ...on a Florid Subject; Double Counterpoint with Free Parts Added; the Rarer Intervals; Triple and Quadruple Counterpoint; Canon: Imitation; The Round; Two-part Canons; Canons with Free Parts-- Accompanied Canons; The Canon on a Canto Fermo, or Choral; Canons on one Subject, in more than two parts; Canons with more than one Subject; Curiosities of Canon. Copy of Calderon Howe with his ink signature. Maroon cloth stamped in gold; covers faded, old inactive mold spots, edges foxed; VG. Stock# 44,577.

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5.   Rosen, Charles, 1927- .
Sonata Forms.
Publisher: NY, Norton [1980]
4 p.l., 344 p.; music, 24 cm. Pianist Rosen says "the sonata form is not a definite form like a minuet, a da capo aria, or a French overture; it is, like the fugue, a way of writing, a feeling for proportion, direction, and texture rather than a pattern'. Stock# 35361. Vg/ dj good+, clipped, spine faded.

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