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    The abuse of the singing & speaking voice;causes, effects, and treatment,

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    The actor's art;a practical treatise on stage declamation, public speaking, and deportment, for the use of artists, students, and amateurs, including a sketch on the history of the theatre, from the Greeks to the present time.

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    Advanced elocution;

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    Advanced elocution;designed as a practical treatise for teachers and students in vocal training, articulation, physical culture and gesture,

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    The alliance of musick, poetry and oratory.Under the head of poetry is considered the alliance and nature of the epic and dramatic poem, as it exists in the Iliad, Æneid and Paradise Lost. By Anselm Bayly, ...

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    Ancient songs,from the time of King Henry the Third, to the revolution ...

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    The art of breathing as the basis of tone-production("the old Italian school of singing") indisensable to singers, elocutionists, educators ... and to all others desirous of having a pleasant voice and good health,

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    The art of breathing as the basis of tone-production("the old Italian school of singing") indisensable to singers, elocutionists, educators ... and to all others desirous of having a pleasant voice and good health,

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    The art of singing and vocal declamation

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    The art of speaking in publickor an essay on the action of an orator; as to his pronunciation and gesture. Useful in the senate or theatre, the court, the camp, as well as the bar and pulpit.

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    Artistic singing,

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    The child-voice in singing,treated from a physiological and a practical standpoint, and especially adapted to schools and boy choirs,

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    Choir training based on voice production,

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    A compendium of the principles of elocution,on the basis of Dr. Rush's philosophy of the human voice ...

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    A complete dictionary of music.Consisting of a copious explanation of all words necessary to a true knowledge and understanding of music. Translated from the original French of J. J. Rousseau. By William Waring.

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    The complete dictionary of music.Consisting of a copious explanation of all words necessary to a true knowledge and understanding of music. Translated from the original French of Mons. J. J. Rousseau. By William Waring.

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    Critical reflections on poetry, painting and music.With an inquiry into the rise and progress of the theatrical entertainments of the ancients. Written in French by the Abbé Du Bos, ... Translated into English by Thomas Nugent, gent. From the fifth edition revised, corrected, and inlarged by the author.

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    Critical reflections on poetry, painting and music.With an inquiry into the rise and progress of the theatrical entertainments of the ancients. Written in French by the Abbé Du Bos, ... Translated into English by Thomas Nugent, gent. From the fifth edition revised, corrected, and inlarged by the author.

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    Critical reflections on poetry, painting and music.With an inquiry into the rise and progress of the theatrical entertainments of the ancients. Written in French by the Abbé Du Bos, ... Translated into English by Thomas Nugent, gent. From the fifth edition revised, corrected, and inlarged by the author.

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    The cultivation of the speaking voice;

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    The cultivation of the speaking voice;

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    The cultivation of the speaking voice;

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    Delsarte system of oratory.

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    Diction for singers and composers,

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    A dictionary of music.Translated from the French of Mons. J. J. Rousseau. By William Waring.

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    A dissertation on the rise, union, and power, the progressions, separations, and corruptions, of poetry and music. To which is prefixed, The cure of saul. A sacred ode. Written by Dr. Brown

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    A drill book for practice of the principles of vocal physiology, and acquiring the art of elocution and oratory

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    Elements of musical enunciation

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    Elocution;or, Mental and vocal philosophy: involving the principles of reading and speaking; and designed for the development and cultivation of both body and mind, illustrated by two or three hundred choice anecdotes; three thousand oratorical and poetical readings; five thousand proverbs, maxims and laconics, and several hundred elegant engravings.

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    Elocution; voice, expression, gesture for use in colleges and schools and by private students.

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    English diction for singers and speakers,

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    English diction for singers and speakers,

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    English diction for singers and speakers,

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    An Essay on Poetry and Music, as they affect the mindEssays. On the nature and immutability of truth, in opposition to sophistry and scepticism. On poetry and music, as they affect the mind. On laughter, and ludicrous composition. On the utility of classical learning.

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    An Essay on Rhythmical MeasuresMemoirs of science and the arts;

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    Essays on song-writingwith a collection of such English songs as are most eminent for poetical merit.

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    Essays on song-writingwith a collection of such English songs as are most eminent for poetical merit.

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    Essays on song-writingwith a collection of such English songs as are most eminent for poetical merit. To which are added, some original pieces.

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    Essays on the nature and immutability of truth, in opposition to sophistry and scepticism; on poetry and music, as they affect the mind; on laughter, and ludicrous composition; on the utility of classical learning.

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    Essays, historical and critical, on English church music. By William Mason, M.A. precentor of York

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    Essays: on the nature and immutability of truth, in opposition to sophistry and scepticism;on poetry and musick, as they affect the mind; on laughter, and ludicrous composition; on the utility of classical learning.

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    The essentials of choir boy training,

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    French diction for singers and speakers,

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    French musical diction,

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    A general history of music,from the earliest ages to the present period. By Charles Burney, Mus.D. F.R.S. Volume the first.

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    A general history of music,from the earliest ages to the present period. To which is prefixed, A dissertation on the music of the ancients. By Charles Burney, Mus.D. F.R.S.

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    A general history of music,from the earliest ages to the present period. To which is prefixed, A dissertation on the music of the ancients. By Charles Burney, Mus.D. F.R.S.

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    A general history of the science and practice of music,by Sir John Hawkins. In five volumes.

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    A general history of the science and practice of music,by Sir John Hawkins. In five volumes.

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    A general history of the science and practice of music,by Sir John Hawkins. In five volumes.

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