Montagu, Jeremy
August 1998
Early Music;Aug98, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p524
Academic Journal
Presents information on the sale of musical instruments, looking at instruments which were made available for resale. Details on the sale of musical instruments by Chritie's auction; What influences the sale of musical equipment; Amount which some pieces of equipment are sold; Description of the design of some musical pieces.


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