Employs nearly 4, 000 names of music teachers, performers, instrument, makers, and tradesmen who contributed to the musical upbringing of one of our nation's earliest-settled regions. Also includes a study of sacred and secular music, concert life, music education, publications, and the music trades in New Jersey in this period.239 Ba#39;way, N. Y. C.; 131 Wayne, Jersey City. ... Warrinera#39;s business probably was in New York. ... Selling a large assortment of sheet music and instruction books for voice, guitar, violin, flute, flageolet, clarionet, fife, accordeon; strings, tuninganbsp;...
|Title||:||Music in New Jersey, 1655-1860|
|Author||:||Charles H. Kaufman|
|Publisher||:||Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press - 1981-01-01|