Lyric airs, consisting of specimens of Greek, Albanian, Walachian, Turkish, Arabian, Persian, Chinese and Moorish national songs and melodies . . . to which are added basses for the harp of piano-forte
Edward Jones London 1804 Eda Kuhn Loeb Music Library, Harvard University, Mus 552.19
This book presents melodies harmonized and adapted for keyboard, as well as a treatise on the origins of Greek music. It contains one example representing Chinese music, and posits a similarity to Scottish music.
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