"For its time the most comprehensive treatment of the subject." — New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians
. In what is probably the best general book on the subject, a noted English composer describes 57 orchestral instruments, tracing their origins, development, and status at the beginning of World War I.
Reprint of the Macmillan and Co., Ltd., and Stainer and Bell, Ltd., London, second 1935 edition.
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