|av. 1. A treatise of the natural grounds and principles of harmony ... / William Holder (1731) -- v. 2. A musical dictionary ... / James Grassineau (1740) -- v. 3. An essay on musical expression / Charles Avison (1752) -- v. 4. Observations on the present state of music and musicians / John Potter (1762) -- v. 5. An essay on the opera / Francesco Algarotti (1767) -- v. 6. The alliance of musick, poetry and oratory / Anselm Bayly (1789) -- v. 7. Principles and power of harmony / Benjamin Stillingfleet (1771). Observations on the present state of music in London / William Jackson (1791).
|aMusic|xPhilosophy and aesthetics.
|aPrice, John Valdimir.
|aHolder, William,|d1616-1698.|tTreatise of the natural grounds and principles of harmony.
As a unique collection of eighteenth-century sources of the aesthetics of music, this set provides fascinating insights into subjects such as the art of music, the art of singing and the teaching of music during that period. It also includes lavish music plates and in-text music illustrations.