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Send Nicolas a private message. You may refer to the edition by Schirmer, where the work in three volumes indeed is attributed to A.
Dannhauser [sic]. But the history of this work is somewhat more complex. This volume is preserved in the BNF in two versions: one with accompaniment, the other without.
A second volume was published in , a third one in and a fourth in , each of these with the same description. An edition in 6 volumes was published in , in 7 volumes in , in 8 volumes in , still under the name of Carulli, volumes 4 ff. An edition in 10 volumes was published in , but no more under the names of Carulli and H. The lessons in the first three volumes "chosen, classified and accompanied by Danhauser", volumes 4 and by Louis Lemoine, and volume 5 by "modern authors".
Volumes in this edition exist either with or without accompaniment. Editions in 19 volumes were published in , , , , , , and ; in 23 volumes in , , ; in 32 volumes in ; in 33 volumes in and , with additional lessons by Lavignac; in 34 volumes in And these volumes were republished apparently at least up to The catalogue does not mention whether they are with accompaniment. The BNF appears to have many separate volumes from these many editions, but no complete set of any of them, unless the very firsts.
Danhauser is but one of its authors. I am afraid that, in order to see some of the accompaniments, you may have to pay a visit to the BNF.
Solfège des solfèges (Danhauser, Adolphe)
Solfège des Solfèges, vol. 1
Dannhauser - Solfege.pdf