Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine,  1 (1817), 343–47.

Cursory Remarks on Music, Especially on the Source of the Pleasure which it Communicates  [1/2]

[William Henry] *


Essay, Serial


Music, Feeling, Aesthetics

Publications cited:

Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society

    Concludes: 'that music was originally derived from the language of passion and emotion, is rendered highly probable, by inquiring into the history of early melodies of all countries that possess a national music' (346).

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