Sound and Music

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    THAT this excellent elementary work has at last reached a second edition is certainly in one respect satisfactory. But that nine years should have been occupied in the process, while the “popular” rubbish of the paper scientists has in many cases (or at least is proclaimed as having) annual or biennial reproduction, is matter for profound regret and meditation.

    Sound and Music.

    By Sedley Taylor. Second Edition. (London: Macmillan and Co., 1883.)

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    Sound and Music . Nature 28, 434 (1883). https://doi.org/10.1038/028434a0

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