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|Special collections of printed music > Inglis Collection of printed music > Printed text > Essay to the advancement of musick > (45) Page 19|
|Description||Chapter III. The cliffs reduced to one universal character.|
|Description||Scottish and English songs, military music and keyboard music of the 18th and 19th centuries contained in about 100 volumes selected from the collection of Alexander Wood Inglis of Glencorse (1854-1929). Also available are a manuscript, some treatises and other books on the subject.|
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|Description||Over 400 volumes from three internationally renowned special collections of printed music. The Glen Collection and the Inglis Collection represent excellent archives of 18th-19th century Scottish music, including Scottish songs. The Hopkinson Verdi Collection contains contemporary and later editions of the works of Verdi, collected by bibliographer Cecil Hopkinson.|