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  • Title
    Isaac Nathan - The southern euphrosyne and Australian miscellany, being a bound volume published ca.1849, with a letter of introduction by Isaac Nathan to Stuart Donaldson inserted, dated 29 July 1857
  • Creator
  • Call number
    MLMSS 6227
  • Level of description
  • Date

    ca. 1849, 1857, London : Whittaker & Co.
  • Type of material
  • Reference code
  • Issue Copy
    Microfilm : CY 1957, frames 144-240 (a microfilm of another copy of the publication at ML QA828/4A2, without the 1 page letter of introduction, 1857).
  • Physical Description
    1 volume - 0.03 Meters
    Textual Records - (printed)
    Textual Records
  • Scope and Content
    [1849]; The southern euphrosyne and Australian miscellany : containing oriental moral tales, original anecdote, poetry, and music, an historical sketch, with examples of the native Aboriginal melodies put into modern rhythm, and harmonised as solos, quartettes, etc., together with several other original vocal pieces, arranged to a pianoforte accompaniment / by the editor and sole proprietor, I. Nathan. London : Whittaker & Co.; Sydney : at the editor's residence, 105 Hunter Street. Contains extensive descriptions of Aboriginal ceremonies together with the following music: Anthem, Psalm 117 -- Overture to Don John of Austria -- The visions of youth -- I dare not say how much I love -- Canst thou bid the hand its cunning forget -- I'll go to sleep -- Kooee -- War-goon-da min-ya-rah -- Ah! Wy-a-boo-ka -- Dital dital baloonai -- Koorinda braia -- United here are heart and voice / by Mozart; arranged by Nathan.
    29 July 1857; Autograph letter signed by Isaac Nathan, written from Byron Lodge, Coogee, to Stuart Donalson [sic] introducing Mr Cotton. 1 page only, inserted inside front cover.
  • General note

    D.S. Mitchell appears on title page.
    Formerly located at ML QA828/4A1
    Bound by the Mitchell Library.
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