375.0 volumes As a pianist and music educator, Alfred Cortot actively collected materials relevant to his study of the history and theoretical structure of music and music performance. This collection contains primarily theoretical and historical treatises from the 15th to the 19th centuries that were once owned by Cortot.
University of Kentucky
Music--History and criticism, Music--Instruction and study, Music--Philosophy and aesthetics, Music--Theory--19th century, Music--Theory--Early works to 1800, Musical instruments--Early works to 1800, Musical notation--Early works to 1800, Singing--Instruction and study
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