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Page 277 - THE Entertainment of his most excellent majestie Charles II., in his passage through the city of London to his Coronation...
Page 248 - The History of Modern Music, a Course of Lectures delivered at the Royal Institution of Great Britain. By John Hullah.
Page 31 - This occasioned some opposition on the part of the choir, in consequence of which he published his composition, with an angry preface, on a folio sheet, under the title of Modern Church Music ; Pre-Accused, Censur'd, and Obstructed in its Performance before His Majesty, April I, 1666, Vindicated by the Author, Matt. Lock, Composer in Ordinary to His Majesty...
Page 240 - LIFE (the) of Haydn, in a series of letters written at Vienna. Followed by the life of Mozart, with observations on Metastasio, and on the present state of music in France and Italy. Translated from the French of LAC Bombet. With notes by the author of the sacred melodies [Thomas GARDINER].
Page 100 - The First Set of English Madrigals to 3, 4, 5 and 6 parts, apt both for Viols and Voyces. With a Mourning Song in memory of Prince Henry.
Page 70 - Psalterium Carolinum. The Devotions of his Sacred Majestie in his Solitudes and Sufferings, Rendered in Verse. Set to Musick for 3 Voices and an Organ, or Theorbo, By John Wilson, Dr. and Musick Professor of Oxford.
Page 100 - The Second Set of Madrigales to 3, 4, 5 and 6 parts. Apt for Viols and Voyces. Newly composed by Thomas Bateson, Batcheler of Musicke, Organist, and Master of the Children of the Cathedral!
Page 236 - A compendium of practical musick in five parts. Teaching, by a new, and easie method, 1. The rudiments of song. 2. The principles of composition. 3. The use of discords. 4. The form of ngurate descant. 5. The contrivance of canon.
Page 97 - In separate parts, viz., Superius, Medius, Contratenor, Tenor, and Bassus. quarto. London, nd [1587 or 1588]. and "Psalmes, Songs, and Sonnets; some solemne, other joyfull, framed to the life of the Words : Fit for Voyces or Viols of 3, 4, 5, and 6 parts.
Page 111 - The Musical Companion, IN TWO BOOKS, the First Book containing CATCHES AND ROUNDS for Three Voyces, the Second Book containing DIALOGUES, GLEES, AYRES, and SONGS for Two, Three, and Four Voyces, Collected and Published by JOHN PLAYFORD, Practitioner in Musick.

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