The world's earliest music
Hermann Smith

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An edition of The world's earliest music (1904)

The world's earliest music

traced to its beginnings in ancient lands, by collected evidence of relics, records, history, and musical instruments from Greece, Etruria, Egypt, China, through Asyria and Babylonia, to the primitive home, the land of Akkad and Sumer.

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This edition was published in by W. Reeves in London.

Written in English

362 pages

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The world's earliest music

First published in 1904



The world's earliest music

traced to its beginnings in ancient lands, by collected evidence of relics, records, history, and musical instruments from Greece, Etruria, Egypt, China, through Asyria and Babylonia, to the primitive home, the land of Akkad and Sumer.

This edition was published in by W. Reeves in London.


Edition Notes

With music.

Classifications

Library of Congress
ML162 .S64

The Physical Object

Pagination
xv, [1], 362 p., 1 l.
Number of pages
362

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL6947900M
LC Control Number
04031598
OCLC/WorldCat
1210317

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