Louis Spohr's celebrated violin school
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|Title||Louis Spohr's celebrated violin school / translated from the original by John Bishop.|
|Title-English||Celebrated violin school.; Violinshule. English.|
Spohr, Louis, 1784-1859.
Bishop, John, 1817-1890.
|Physical Description of Original||235 p. of music : ill. ; 37 cm.|
Violin--Instruction and study.
|Classification Number||MT262. S6613|
|Description||Louis Spohr was the greatest German violionist of his generation. Due to his reputation, this work became the standard text used in training young violinists during the early part of the nineteenth century. It was reprinted and published many times in the original German. This work is the first English translation of the treatise. -- Grove Music Online|
|General Note (500)||Translated from the German.|
|Note (Additional numbers)||Heron-Allen number HA908.|
|Source||Spohr, Louis. Louis Spohr's Celebrated Violin School. Translated by John Bishop. London : R. Cocks, 1843.|
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|Collection||Mahoney Music Collection|
|Digital Publisher||University of South Dakota. University Libraries. Archives and Special Collections.|
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|Relation-Is Part Of||Mahoney Music Collection|
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|Cataloged By||Kathleen McElhinney|