How to Write Music
by Clement A. Harris
Publisher: H. W. Gray Co. 1917
Number of pages: 54
It is reasonable to expect that a musician shall be at least an accurate and legible writer as well as a reader of the language of his Art. The writing of music must be taught concurrently with the reading of it. Hence the following pages.
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