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Henry Donch performance library, 1811-1928

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Music, 1811-1924 (continued)
BOX 22-25, 36 Method Books, 1832-1892
This series consists of method books, etudes, and studies for clarinet, violin, and double bass published in the United States, Germany, and Austria. Works are printed unless otherwise noted.
Arranged alphbetically by composer and title therein.
Beriót, Charles de
BOX-FOLDER 22/1 Celebrated Method for the Violin, 1892
Published by Carl Fischer, New York
Berr, Friedrich
BOX-FOLDER 22/2 Clarinetten Schule, 1841
Published by Druck in Weimar, with lithography from Bernhard Friedrich Voigt
Hause, W. and F. C. Franke
BOX-FOLDER 23/1-3 Hause-Franke Four-String Double Bass Method, Parts 1-3, 1885
Published by Jean White, Boston
Hermann, Friedrich
BOX-FOLDER 23/5 Gaviniés Etuden für Violine Solo, undated
Published by C. F. Peters, Leipzig
Kreutzer, Rodolphe
BOX-FOLDER 23/9 40 etudes ou caprices pour violon, undated
Published by Henry Litolff, Braunschweig
Kross, Emil
BOX-FOLDER 23/10 The Art of Bowing, undated
Published by Carl Fischer, New York
Mueller, Iwan
BOX-FOLDER 24/4 Clarionetto Etudes, undated
Manuscript part
Spohr, Louis
BOX-FOLDER 24/13 Violinschule, circa 1832
Published by Tobias Haslinger, Vienna
BOX-FOLDER 25/12, 36/7 Warm-ups, undated
Manuscript part
BOX 25, 37 Miscellany, 1885-1928
This series contains photographs, a program, and a membership certificate and lyric sheets for the Washington Saengerbund.
Arranged alphabetically by format.
BOX-FOLDER 25/16 Certificate of honorary membership in the Washington Saengerbund, 1885 April 15
BOX-FOLDER 25/17 Lyric sheets for the Washington Saengerbund, 1890
BOX-FOLDER 37/1 Brown, Fred, 1912, 1928
BOX-FOLDER 37/2 Group of men, undated
BOX-FOLDER 37/3 Rowhome, undated
BOX-FOLDER 37/4 Unidentified portrait of a man, 1894
BOX-FOLDER 37/5 Program of music by the class of 1903
Note: Performers include Miss. L. Donch and Mrs. A. Lepper, accompanists, and William A. Donch, cello

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