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ALBUM 

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1. Mazurka pg. 2 

2. Ballade 8 

3. Danse 18 

4. Reverie 28 

5. Valse romantique 34 

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THE BOSTON MUSIC COMPANY 

COLLECTION OF 

Books for the Music Apprentice 

Covering the complete field of Musical Science and History 

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THEORY, HARMONY, ETC. 

ANGER, J. H., Treatise on Harmony. In 3 parts. 

— Parts I & II Cl. ea. 1.25 

— Part III Cl. 2.50 

— Key to Part I Cl. 1.25 

— Key to Part II Cl. 1.25 

— The Modern Enharmonic Scale 30 

FARLANE, G., Reading Exercises on Notes 25 

— Reading Exercises on Time 25 

— Reading Exercises on Phrasing . .25 

FARMER, HENRY, Catechism of the Rudiments of Music 75 

FOWLES, E., Studies in Musical Graces and Embellishments Cl. 1.25 

— Key to the Exercises in "Studies in Musical Graces and Embellish- 
ments." Cl. .75 

KNOWLES, C. H. C, Rhymes on the Rules of Harmony. Founded on Dr. Prout's 

Harmony Flex.Cl. .40 

MACPHERSON, S.. The Rudiments of Music Pap. 50. Cl. .75 

— t>aestions and Exercises upon the "Rudiments of Music."CJ. .75 

— Practical Harmony Pap. 2.00 Cl. 2.25 

(Also published in German.) 

— Appendix to Practical Harmony Pap. 1.25. Cl. 1.75 

— Questionson Harmony 60 

— 350 Exercises in Harmony, Counterpoint and Modu- 
lation Cl. .75 

— Form in Music (With especial reference to the design of 
instrumental music) Cl. 2.00 

— Studies in Phrasing and Form 2.00 

— Practical Counterpoint Cl. 2.25 

— Summary of the Principle Rules of Strict Counterpoint 50 

— Music and its Appreciation Cl. 1.50 

— The Appreciative Aspect of Music Study 50 

MATTHAY, TOBIAS, Studies in Musical Interpretation Cl 1.50 

MOZART, W. A., Practical Elements of Thorough Bass Flex. Cl. .75 

NIECKS, F., A Concise Dictionary of Musical Terms Cl. 1.00 

— Introduction to the Elements of Music Cl. .50 

PETERSON, FRANKLIN. Elements of Music .............."..CI. .So 

— An Introduction to the Study of Theory. (A Sequel 

to the "Elements of Music") Cl. .75 

— The Student's Handbook of Musical Knowledge. CI. .75 

— Catechism of Music C/ 100 

PROUT, EBENEZER, Counterpoint: Strict and Free Cl. 2.50 

— Additional Exercises to "Counterpoint: Strict and 
Free." Cl. 1.25 

— Harmony, its Theory and Practice Cl. 2.00 

— Analytical Key to the Exercises in "Harmony." Cl. 1.25 

— Double Counterpoint and Canon Cl. 2.00 

— The Fugue Cl. 2.00 

— Fugual Analysis: A Companion to "Fugue." Cl. 2 00 

— Musical Form Cl. 2.50 

— Applied Forms: A Sequel to "Musical Form." Cl. 2.00 

PROUT, LOUIS B., Sidelights on Harmony.: _ 1.00 

— Harmonic Analysis 1.00 

— Time, Rythm and Expression .25 

RIEMANN, H., Harmony Simplified CL 2.00 

(Also published in German and French.) 

— Dictionary of Music Cl. 4.50 

— Catechism of Musical Aesthetics flex. Cl. 1.00 

ROCKSTRO, W. S., Practical Harmony Flex. Cl. 1.00 

— Key to "Practical Harmony." Flex.Cl. .75 

— The Rules of Counterpoint Flex. Cl. 1.00 

SCHUMANN, R., Advice to Young Musicians .25 

SLOPER, LINDSAY, Manual of Harmony 75 

SUTTON. ROBERT, The Elements of Musical Theory flex. Cl. 1.00 

TREW, CHARLES, Elements of Music, Simply Explained 50 

WUERST, R., Elementary Theory of Music and Treatment of Chords Cl. .50 

WYLDE, HENRY, Harmony and the Science of Music; Book I. (Parts 1 to 3.) 1.25 

— Harmony and the Science of Music: Book II. (Parts 4 to 8.) 1.25 

— Modern Counterpoint in Major and Minor Keys. (Parts 

— 1 & 2-) — „ : 1.25 



MUSICAL HISTORY, BIOGRAPHIES, ETC. 

ANTCLIFFE, HERBERT, Living Music Cl 1.25 

BROWNE, A. M., Musical Biographies of Composers, Classified in Centennial 

Periods . .. 50 

DANNREUTHER, E., Wagner and the Reform of the Opera Cl 2 00 

O'INDY VINCENT, Beethoven, A Critical Biography (ill.) "".Cl. 1.25 

RIEMANN, H., Catechism of Musical History. Part I. Instruments, Tone Sys- 
tems and Notations „ .FUx. Cl. 1.00 

— Pait II. Musical Form and Biographical Notices flex. Cl. 1.00 

ROCKSTRO, W. S., A Short History of Music Flex. Cl. 1.00 

STIELER, J., The Great German Composers. Biographical Notices . Cl. 3 50 

THOMPSON, VANCE, Life of Ethelbert Nevin (ill.) ..XI. 2.50 



PIANO 

ARNOLD, M., Pianist's Manual 50 

BLANCHETT, H., Scale and Arpeggio Fingering Chart 25 

GOODWIN, A., Practical Hints on the Technique and Touch of Pianoforte 

Playing Flex.Cl. 1.25 

MATTHAY, TOBIAS, The Child's First Steps in Pianoforte Playing 60 

— The Forearm-Rotation Principle in Pianoforte Playing 50 

PETERSON, FRANKLIN, The Pianist's Handbook: 

— Part I. A Theoretic Companion to Practice Cl. .75 

— Part II. A Handbook of Musical Form Cl. .75 

REDDIE, CHARLES F., Piano Playing on its Technical and Aesthetic Sides.. -Cl. 1.50 

REINECKE, CARL, Beethoven's Pianoforte Sonatas. (Letters) 1.25 

RIEMANN, H., Catechism of Pianoforte Playing Flex. Cl. 1.00 

— Analysis of Bach's "48 Preludes and Fugues. " 2 Books. Flex.Cl. 

ea. 1.00 
RIMBAULT, E. F.. The Pianoforte: Its Origin, Progress and Construction ...Cl. 3.75 

ORGAN 

BACH, J. S., School of Trio Playing. Inventions arranged for Organ by Max 

Reger and K. Straube 75 

HULL, A. EAGLEFIELD.Organ Playing: Its Technique and Expression Cl. 2.00 

MATTHEWS, J., A Handbook of the Organ Flex. Cl. 1.00 

RICHARDS, H. W., The Organ Accompaniment of the Church Services Cl. 1.50 

STRING INSTRUMENTS 

SCHROEDER, C, Handbook of Violin and Viola Playing Flex. Cl. 1.00 

— Handbook of Violoncello Playing Flex. Cl. 1.00 

WESSELY, HANS, Practical Guide to Violin Playing Cl. 1-25 

ORCHESTRA, INSTRUMENTATION, ETC. 

BERLIOZ, HECTOR, Instrumentation. (Revised and Supplemented by 

RICHARD STRAUSS 10.00 

— Score Examples 3.00 

FITZGERALD, JOHN, Modern Instrumentation for String Orchestra, Military 

and Brass Bands 1.00 

HOFMANN, RICHARD, Practical Instrumentation. Seven Parts, complete 10.00 

— Part I. The Strings 2.00 

— Part II. The Wood-Wind _ 2.00 

— Part III. Strings and Wood-Wind Combined 1.25 

— Part IV. The Horns 1.25 

— Part V. The Combination of Strings, Wood- Wind and 
Horns 1.25 

— Part VI. The Trumpets. Cornets, Trombones, Tubas, 

and Instruments of Percussion 2.25 

— PartVII. Harp, Mandolin, Zither, Guitar. Piano, (Cem- 

— balo), Organ and Harmonium 2.00 

PROUT, EBENEZER, The Orchestra: 

Vol I. The Technique of the Instruments Cl. 2.00 

— Vol.11. The Orchestral Combinations Cl. 2.00 

(Also published in German.) 
RIEMANN, H., Catechism of Musical Instruments. (Guide to Instrumentation.) 

Flex.Cl. 1.00 

— Catechism of Orchestration flex. Cl. 1.00 

— Introduction to Playing from Score flex. Cl. 1.00 

SCHROEDER, C, Handbook of Conducting Flex. Cl. 1.00 

WIDOR, CH. M., The Technique of the Modern Orchestra CI. 5.00 

VOICE 

COLE, S. W., Exercises in Sight Singing. (Solfeggio) CI. .60 

CROKER, NORRIS, Handbook for Singers Flex. Cl. 1.00 

DOUGLAS, E., Exercises for Training of the Boy's Voice Cl. .60 

GIRAUDET, A. A., Vocal Gymnastics _ 1.25 

KENNEDY, JOHN, Common Sense and Singing . .50 

MYER, EDMUND J.. Position and Action in Singing Cl. 1.25 

— The Renaissance of the Vocal Art CI. 1.25 

— Vocal Reinforcement CI. 1.50 

PALMER, E. DAVIDSON, The Tenor Voice and its Training 50 

— The Rightly-produced Voice CI. 1.00 

— The Boy's Voice at the Breaking Period 50 

— Manual of Voice Training (With a complete course 

of exercises) _ 75 

SIBLEY, CHURCHILL, The Voice and its Control 50 

TREE, CHARLES, How to Acouire ease of Voice Production 75 

LITURGY 

DOUGLAS, E., The Plain-Song Service Cl. 1.00 

RICHARDS, H. W., The Organ Accompaniment, of the Church c ervices Cl 1.50 




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PIANO SOLO Net 

AD AMI, The Rainbow 60 

ALBENIZ, Album of eight pieces 60 

AMERICAN COMPOSERS, Album of ten pieces 60 

BACH, J. S. ,The Clavecin Book of Anna Magdalena Bach .60 

BECKER, Carnival Sketches 60 

B. M. CO. PIANO DIGEST, No. 1 Twenty easy and 

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B. M. CO. PIANO DIGEST No. 2, Twelve pieces in med- 
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CLASSICAL ALBUM FOR THE BEGINNER, Twenty 

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CLOUGH-LEIGHTER, Five Studies in Expression 60 

CRAMM, Ten Easy Studies in Embellishments 60 

DEBUSSY, Album of five pieces 60 

DELBRUCK, Childhood Dreams 60 

FRENCH COMPOSERS, Album of eight pieces 60 

GE1BEL, Album of Selected Pieces 60 

CRAZIANI-WALTER, Album Pittoresque 60 

— Six Morceaux Caracteristiques. . .60 

CREGH, Five Little Recreations 60 

GRENZEBACH, Ten Etudes in progressive order 60 

HARKER, Six Woodland Sketches 60 

HARRIS, Six Romantic Pieces 60 

HEELER, M.P.,Op. 31, Four Easy Pieces (both hands 

treble) 60 

— Op. 31a, Four Easy Pieces (treble and 

bass) 60 

— Op. 32, Four Easy Episodes 60 

HELM, Summer Scenes 60 

HENRI QUES, Op. 30, Twenty Short Lyric Pieces. 2 Bks.each .90 

KARGANOFF, Op. 10, Seven Minatures 60 

KOHLER, Practical Method. 4 Books each .50 

KROGMANN, Op. 42, Seven Miniature Sketches 60 

— Op. 105, Ten Bagatelles for Beginners... .60 

Op. 106, Moods and Melodies 60 

LANG, A Morning in Munich 50 

MARSCHAL-LOEPKE, Autumn Fancies 60 

— Childhood toys 60 

— In the Woodland 60 

To Nod-Land 60 

MAXIM, Album of Selected Pieces 60 

MESSAGER, 1 )anee-Suite 60 

ME YER-HELMUND, Op. 135, Four Nocturnes 60 

MODERN DANCE ALBUM, Vol 1 60 

NEUPERT-FRIEDMAN, Thirty-three Studies. 2 Bks. 

each .90 

NEVIN, ETHELBERT, Op. 7, Four Pieces 1.00 

NOLCK, Suite Arabesque 60 

NORTHERN COMPOSERS, Album of ten pieces 60 

OSGOOD, Greetings from Munich 60 

PARLOW, From the Realms of Youth 60 

REINHOLD, Suite Mignonne 60 

ROGERS, The Golden Age 60 

RUSSIAN COMPOSERS, 1st Album of twelve pieces. . . .60 

— 2d Album of twelve pieces. . . .60 

SAUERBREY, Tone Pictures 60 

SCIIMALS 'ITCH, ( )p. 41, Play and Work. 3 Bks.. . .each .60 
SCHYTTE, Op. 94, Musical Pictures. 2 Bks each .75 

Op. 96, Tales and Fables. 2 Bks each .75 

Op. 97, Joys of Youth. 2 Bks each .75 

— Op. 160, Twenty-five Easy Studies 60 

— Major and Minor (Studies). 4 Bks each .60 

— Forty Pedal Studies 60 

— Ten Easy Transcriptions 60 

SCHYTTfi, FRIEDMAN-Technical Piano Exercises 75 

SEEBOECK, Album of Selected Pieces 60 

SHACKLEY, Pasticcio 60 

SJOGREN, Erotikon (5 pieces) 60 

SMITH, Op. 16, Miniatures 60 

— Op. 19, Water Music 60 

SWINSTEAD, Op. 22, Pleasant Pastime 60 

WHELPLEY, Op. 11, Five Characteristic Pieces .60 

WYATT, Six Pastels 60 

ZILCHER, Sketch-book for the Young 60 



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d'ANTALFFY, Hungarian Suite 

CLOUGH-LEIGHTER, Four Novellettes 

FUCHS, For Little Folks (12 pieces) 

CANSCHALS, For the Home. 2 Bks each 

MARSCHAL-LOEPKE, Little Wood Folks 

SCHMITT, Easy Tunes for Two 

SEEBOECK, Six Piano Duets 

WILLIS, Op. 13, Six Duets in Unfamiliar Keys 

VIOLIN SOLO 

GAVRILOFF, Special Exercises for the Fourth Finger. . . . 
GRIBADE, Twelve Bow-studies 

VIOLIN AND PIANO 

B. M. CO. VIOLIN DIGEST, Vol. I (Elementary grade) 

ELGAR, Three Bavarian Dances 

HELM, Summer Scenes 

— Summer Scenes, Violin part alone 

HOLLAENDER, Op. 48, Six Easy Pieces 

— Op. 48, Six Easy Pieces, Violin part alone 
NOLCK, Op. 162, Six Character Pieces 

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— Op. 12, Twelve Easy Pieces, Violin part alone. 
RUSSOW, First Steps (10 pieces in 1st poa.) 

— First Steps, Violin part alone 

RYDER, A June Idyl (Suite) 

SINGER, Seven Transcriptions for Classic Sources 

SOMERVELL, Suite in Four Parts 

STRUBE, Mirages (6 pieces in 1st pos.) 

TOLHURST-LANGE, Album of Fourteen Pieces in the| 

First and Third Positions 

— The same, Violin part alone . 

VIOLONCELLO AND PIANO 

BUSSER, ( )p. 52, Three Pieces 

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ORGAN 

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BUSSER, Two Preludes and Fugues 

B. M. CO. ORGAN ALBUM, Eight Transcriptions . . 

DOUGLAS, Three Wedding Marches 

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LISZT, Five Consolations 

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