preceptor noun a teacher or instructor. preceptorial adj. preceptorship noun.
ETYMOLOGY: 15c: from Latin praeceptor an instructor.
This is a preceptor for the Accordion or Flutina
containing ample instructions whereby the general rules and principles of music, and a complete mastery of those fascinating instruments, may be obtained, without the aid of a master;
to which are added
numerous airs as exercises, from the works of popular and standard composers, with the figuring correctly marked
by Henry West R.A. of Music
It has 32 pages and 34 songs including
- God Save The Queen
- The Negro Village
- The Saucy Old British Flag
- Cheer Boys Cheer
- The Young May Moon
It sold for a not considerable £63.50 on Ebay a while back.
Surely it's worth it just for 'The Saucy Old British Flag' !