Welcome to Linda Cantoni’s
E-Book Library

 

Holland House library, London, 1940

People die, but books never die. — Franklin Delano Roosevelt


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This library contains links to free, public domain e-books available at Project Gutenberg,
which Linda has worked on as a volunteer e-book/music transcriber for Distributed Proofreaders (DP).

Linda is also the editor of DP’s Hot off the Press blog
check it out for book reviews, DP volunteers’ stories, celebrations, puzzles, and more.

She also recently resumed her role as Music Coordinator for DP,
facilitating music projects and transcription.

View the catalog of e-books that Linda has worked on for DP since 2003.


Highlights

Kobbé’s The Complete Opera Book (1st ed. 1919) - with sound files

Rimsky-Korsakov’s Principles of Orchestration (1922 ed.) - with sound files

Dibdin’s Bibliomania (1876 ed.)

Dennistoun’s Memoirs of the Dukes of Urbino, vols. 1, 2, & 3 (1909 Hutton ed.)


Linda’s Projects in Progress at DP

(as of October 2019)

Famous Composers and Their Works (vols. 3-6) (1891, ed. John Knowles Paine)

Grove’s Dictionary of Music and Musicians (vols. 1-2) (1904-1910, ed. J. Fuller Maitland)

Handbuch des Klavierspiels, by Hugo Riemann (7th ed. 1922 - in German Fraktur)

Rudiments of Music, by Andrew Adgate (6th ed. 1799)

A Plaine and Easie Introduction to Practicall Musicke, by Thomas Morley (1597)

Our Old Nursery Rhymes, by Alfred Moffat (1911)


Other Literary/Historical Activities

Linda is a member of the National Committee of The Mount, Edith Wharton's home in Lenox, Massachusetts, and of the Edith Wharton Society.

 She is also a member of The Wodehouse Society.

Linda is a member of two historical societies in the Berkshires of Massachusetts: The Lee Historical Society and the Berkshire County Historical Society.

She has participated in the Moby-Dick Marathon at Arrowhead, the house in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, where Melville wrote it, every year since the marathon began in 2017.

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