|Title:||The music of nature; or, An attempt to prove that what is passionate and pleasing in the art of singing, speaking, and performing upon musical instruments, is derived from the sounds of the animated world. With curious and interesting illustrations, by William Gardiner|
|Author:||Gardiner, William, 1770-1853|
|Note:||Boston, Sanborn, Carter & Bazin, 1856|
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