The Resource The grounds and rules of musick explained; : or, An introduction to the art of singing by note. Fitted to the meanest capacities,, by Thomas Walter

The grounds and rules of musick explained; : or, An introduction to the art of singing by note. Fitted to the meanest capacities,, by Thomas Walter

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The grounds and rules of musick explained; : or, An introduction to the art of singing by note. Fitted to the meanest capacities,
Title
The grounds and rules of musick explained;
Title remainder
or, An introduction to the art of singing by note. Fitted to the meanest capacities,
Statement of responsibility
by Thomas Walter
Creator
Subject
Accompanying matter
  • libretto or text
  • technical information on music
Cataloging source
TYC
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1696-1725
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Walter, Thomas
Form of composition
other
Format of music
unknown
LC call number
M2116
LC item number
.W2
Literary text for sound recordings
not applicable
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  • Music
  • Sight-singing
  • Psalmody
  • Sight-singing
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The grounds and rules of musick explained; : or, An introduction to the art of singing by note. Fitted to the meanest capacities,, by Thomas Walter
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Contains "A recommendatory preface," undated, signed by Increase and Cotton Mather and 13 other ministers, the name of Joseph Sewall heading the list (iii p.)--Explanation of musical characters ([1] p.) "Some brief and very plain instructions for singing by note" (24 p.) Music (engraved) consisting of "Rules for tuning the voice" (p. [26]) followed by hymn tunes arranged for 3 parts (p. [27]-[55])
Extent
1 online resource ([2], iii, [1], 24, [32] pages)
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote
Label
The grounds and rules of musick explained; : or, An introduction to the art of singing by note. Fitted to the meanest capacities,, by Thomas Walter
Link
Publication
Note
Contains "A recommendatory preface," undated, signed by Increase and Cotton Mather and 13 other ministers, the name of Joseph Sewall heading the list (iii p.)--Explanation of musical characters ([1] p.) "Some brief and very plain instructions for singing by note" (24 p.) Music (engraved) consisting of "Rules for tuning the voice" (p. [26]) followed by hymn tunes arranged for 3 parts (p. [27]-[55])
Extent
1 online resource ([2], iii, [1], 24, [32] pages)
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote

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