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Bibliography

This bibliography combines the following types of references in one alphabetical listing:

  1. sources referred to or quoted
  2. sources for material of relevance
  3. sources of particular value in the selection and tracing of material referred to, quoted or of relevance
  4. music scores
  5. CD recordings.

The majority of listed seventeenth, eighteenth and nineteenth-century English newspapers can be accessed via the Gale British Library newspapers online databases.

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Abbas, A. (2012). ‘What is a Commode? Is it a Chest of Drawers or a Toilet?’ In About.com Furniture. New York: The New York Times Company. furniture.about.com/od/furnitureterms/f/co92009des.htm (retrieved 21 September 2012).

Abbott, E. (1805). ‘Letter to John Piper, 30 October 1805.’ In Piper Papers, Vol. 1, A254, pp. 61–4. Sydney: Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales.

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Adams, F. W. L. (1886). Australian Essays. Melbourne: Inglis.

Adams, M. (1793). The New Royal System of Universal Geography. Containing a Complete, Full, Particular, and Accurate History and Description of All the Several Parts of the Whole World … Including Every Interesting Discovery and Circumstance in the Narratives of Captain Cook’s Voyages Round the World. Together with All the Recent Discoveries Made in the Pelew Islands, New Holland, New South Wales, Botany-Bay, Port-Jackson, Norfolk-Island … Carefully Written and Compiled from the Late Journals of the Voyages and Travels of Captain Phillip, King, Ball, Hunter, White … The Whole Forming a Complete, Authentic, Copious, and Real New Geographical Library. London: Alexander Hogg.

Adams, T. (2011). ‘The Ongoing Joys of Family Research: Hangings, Divorce, Lunacy and Death by London Bus.’ In The Cornwall Family History Society, No. 141, September 2011, p. 11. Truro, Cornwall: The Cornwall Family History Society.

Adeane, J. H. (ed.) (1897). The Girlhood of Maria Josepha Holroyd. Recorded in Letters of a Hundred Years Ago: From 1776 to 1796. Edited by Jane H. Adeane. 2nd edn. London: Longmans, Green & Co.

Adkins, L. (2003). Empires of the Plain: Henry Rawlinson and the Lost Languages of Babylon. London: Harper Collins.

Adlam, D. (1981). ‘The Anatomy of the Piano.’ In D. Gill (ed.), The Book of the Piano. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.

Adlam, D. (1988). ‘History of the Piano: 4. England and France to 1800.’ In The New Grove Piano. New York: W. W. Norton & Company.

Adlung, J. (1961). Musica Mechanica Organoedi, das ist: Gründlicher Unterricht von der Struktur, Gebrauch und Erhaltung der Orgeln, Clavicymbel, Clavichordien, und andere Instrumente, in zwei Theilen [Musica Mechanica Organoedi, that is: Thorough Teaching of the Structure, Use and Preservation of Organs, Harpsichords, Clavichords, and Other Instruments, in Two Parts]. Facsimile edn. Kassel: Bärenreiter. [Originally published, Berlin: Friedrich Wilhelm Birnstiel, 1768.]

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Allgemeine Musikalische Zeitung [General Music Journal]. (1802). Vol. 5, No. 12. Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel.

Allgemeine Musikalische Zeitung [General Music Journal]. (1819). Vol. 21, No. 34. Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel.

Almonds for Parrots: Or, A Soft Answer to a Scurrilous Satyr, Call’d, St. James’s Park. With a Word or Two in Praise of Condons. (1708). London.

‘A Magical Mystery Piano.’ (n.d.). In ‘Update October 28th.’ In Friends of Square Pianos. www.friendsofsquarepianos.co.uk/ (retrieved 9 November 2013).

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Ancestry.com.au. (n.d.). Australia Death Index, 1787–1985. Original data: Compiled from publicly available sources. search.ancestry.com.au/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&db=AusDeathIndex&rank=1&new=1&MSAV=0&msT=1&gss=angs-d&gsfn=John%20Parsons&gsln=Worgan&msbdy=1805&uidh=000&pcat=34&fh=5&h=4408936&recoff=7&requr=274882134016&ur=0 (retrieved 30 May 2011).

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Anderson, K. (n.d.). ‘About this Recording 8.570368—Scarlatti, D.: Keyboard Sonatas (Complete), Vol. 9.’ In Scarlatti, D.: Keyboard Sonatas (Complete). Volume 9. www.naxos.com/mainsite/blurbs_reviews.asp?item_code=8.570368&catNum=570368&filetype=About%20this%20Recording&language=English (retrieved 20 December 2008).

Anderson, R. D. (n.d.). ‘Pohlman Square Piano ca 1780–1784.’ In Harpsichord Photo. harpsichordphoto.org/anderson/ (retrieved 26 November 2013).

‘An Early George III Square Piano by Frederick Beck, London 1773.’ (n.d.). In Pelham Galleries. London. www.pelhamgalleries.com/DesktopDefault.aspx?tabid=6&tabindex=5&objectid=5874 (retrieved 21 February 2012).

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‘Antique Instruments for Sale. Square Piano by Longman & Broderip No 1846, London c.1788.’ (n.d.). In The Music Room Workshop. Makers & Restorers of Early Keyboard Instruments. www.musicroomworkshop.co.uk/lb1846.html (retrieved 2 August 2012).

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Arne, T. et al. (ca 1790). Musicae Vocalis Deliciae being a Collection of Scarce & Celebrated Madrigals, Glees, Catches, Canzonets, Rounds & Canons, both Antient and Modern Composed by Arne, Atterbury, Brewer, Bird, Baildon, Berg, Battishill, Croft, Ford, Gregory, Hilton, Howard, Hayes, Long, Morley, Morrington, Norris, Purcell, Rogers, Smith, Weelks, Webbe, & Other Eminent Masters; Most of which are Sung at the Noblemens Catch-Club, Anacreontic Society, and Je ne scai quoi Club. The Words Consistent with Female Delicacy. London: T. Skellern.

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