||London: J. Robinson, 1753.
||Remarks on Mr. Avison's Essay on Musical Expression
||Remarks on Mr. Avison's Essay on Musical Expression, wherein the characters of several great masters, both ancient and modern, are rescued from the misrepresentations of the above author; and their real merit asserted and vindicated. In a letter from a Gentleman in London to his Friend in the Country. [William Hayes, anonymously]
Includes criticism of Avison's Op.3 Concertos with analysis of its perceived errors in harmony.