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The following publications by John Curwen and other authors explain the Tonic Sol-fa method.  These are available online by clicking on the following images or icons. In some cases there are multiple online sources, often being different editions. The Standard Course of Lessons and Exercises in the Tonic Sol-fa Method  (several editions) by John Curwen (London: J. Curwen and Sons, 1858-). The Art of Teaching, and the Teaching of Music, being The Teacher's Manual of the Tonic Sol-fa Method by John Curwen (London: Tonic Sol-fa Agency, n.d.).    Tonic Sol-fa (Novello’s Primers and Educational Series) by John Curwen (London: Novello, n.d.). How to Observe Harmony, with Exercises in Analysis by John Curwen (London, J. Curwen &               Sons, n.d.) Harmony Simplified : Text-book of the Harmony Circle : Arranged from the Tonic Sol-Fa edition of How to Observe Harmony by John Curwen (Philadelphia : J.J. Hood, c1882). Musical Theory by John Curwen (London: Tonic sol-fa agency, c1879). The Tonic Sol-fa Music Reader: A Course of Instruction and Practice in the Tonic Sol-fa Method of Teaching Singing, with a choice collection of music suitable for day schools and singing schools by Theodore F. Seward (New York; Biglow & Main, c1880). Memorials of John Curwen by John Spencer Curwen. (London: J. Curwen and Son, 1882).
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