London Street Views 1840 London Street Views 1840

Soho Square > Division 1

Issue number 85 of Tallis's 'London street views' showing nos. 1-37 Soho Square. One of the featured premises in this issue is J. Green "Inventor of the Transponicon or Transposing P.F.". According to Blackwood's Lady's Magazine for 1837, the transponicon was a musical instrument "in the shape, and answering all the purposes of a cottage pianoforte. Its powers of transposing any musical composition in one moment at the pleasure of the performer - as it appears to us, seems to threaten nothing less than a complete revolution in musical notation for key'd instruments".

Back
Key: Data has been added but not checked   Data had been added and checked
Note: If no label then no data has been added
Sorry, no business directory available for this guide

North side of the street

map - Tallis's London street views : No. 85. Soho Square (north)
Sorry, no business directory available for this guide

South side of the street

map - Tallis's London street views : No. 85. Soho Square (south)
Sorry, no business directory available for this guide

West side of the street

map - Tallis's London street views : No. 85. Soho Square (west)
Sorry, no business directory available for this guide

East side of the street

map - Tallis's London street views : No. 85. Soho Square (east)

Additional items from guides

Show more mapShow less map