Key To The Exercises in Harmony
Its Theory and Practice
Augener's Edition. No. 9182a.
by Ebenezer Prout
Augener & Co., 1891, [First Edition], music instruction throughout, hardcover with engraved titling
Very Good Condition, a little edge and shelf wear, a little rubbing and bumping to edges and corners, a little rubbing and minor soiling to covers, previous owners inscription on title page (see photographs)
From the Preface:
"The present Key to the exercises in the author's Harmony, and to the additional exercises, has been prepared at the request of many teachers and students who are using the book... But inasmuch as very nearly all the additional exercises, and by far the larger proportion of the earlier ones contained in Harmony, are designed not only to teach chord progressions, but as first steps in actual musical composition, it is by no means superfluous to give what may be termed the "author's solution" of the various problems propounded."