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" ... two parts, the one the treble and the other the tenor, which was very dulce and melodious to hear... "
The History of Scotland: From 21 February, 1436. to March, 1565. In which ... - Page 99
by Robert Lindsay - 1728 - 239 pages
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The Universal Magazine, Volume 97

Literary Criticism - 1795
...on inltrumentsof muf'C. Whowithia ihort time became very ingenious and cunning in the a,rt of mufic, whereby they could play and fing two parts, the one...to hear; the common people (who treated them alfo) wond1 ed that they could fpeak diverle and fundry languages, that is to fay, Latin, French, Italian,...
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The Caledonian bee: or, a select collection of interesting extracts, from ...

Literary Criticism - 1795 - 280 pages
...in- ftruments of mulic. Who within fhort time became Very ingenious and cunning in the art of mufic, whereby they could play and fing two parts, the one the treble, and the other the tenor, which was the very dulce and melodious to hear ; the common people, treated them aifo) wondred that they could...
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The Edinburgh magazine, or Literary miscellany

Literary Criticism - 1796
...instruments of mufic. Who within (hört time became very ingenious and cunning in the art of muûc, whereby they could. play and fing two parts, the one...very dulce and melodious to hear ; the common people (whotreatedthem alfo) wondered that they could fpeak diverfe and fundry languages, that is to fay Latin,...
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The Caledonian bee; or, A select collection of interesting extracts from ...

Caledonian bee - 1811
...inftruments of mufi'c. Who within fhort time became very ingenious and cunning in the art of mune, whereby they could play and fing two pa'rts, the one the treble, and the other the tenor, which was the very duke and melodious to hear f the common people treated them alfo) wondred that they could...
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The antiquary's portfolio: or cabinet selection of historical & literary ...

J. S. Forsyth - History - 1825
...short time became very ingenious and cunning in the art of music, whereby they could play and sing two parts, the one the treble and the other the tenor,...melodious to hear ; the common people (who treated them also) wondered that they could speak diverse and sundry languages, that is to say, Latin, French, Italian,...
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Notes and Queries

Electronic journals - 1871
...short time became very ingenious and cunning in the art of music ; whereby, they could play und sing two parts; the one the treble, and the other the tenor...; which was very dulce and melodious to hear. The co™mon people, who treated them also, wondred that thev could speak diverse and sundry languages;...
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Notes & Queries

William White - Questions and answers - 1871
...short time became very ingenious and cunning in the art of music ; whereby, they could play and sing two parts; the one the treble, and the other the tenor...melodious to hear. The common people, who treated them also, wondred that they could speak diverse and sundry languages; that is to say, Latin, French, Italian,...
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Ten thousand wonderful things: comprising whatever is marvellous and rare ...

Edmund Fillingham King - 1894
...short time became very ingenious and cunning in the art of music, whereby they could play and sing two parts, the one the treble, and the other the tenor,...melodious to hear.' the common people (who treated them also) wondered that they could speak diverse and sundry languages, that is to say, Latin, French, Italian,...
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Manual of antenatal pathology and hygiene

John William Ballantyne - 1904 - 697 pages
...short Time, became very ingenious and cunning in the Art of Musick ; whereby they could sing and play two Parts ; the one the Treble, and the other the...melodious to hear. The common People who treated them also, wondered that they could speak diverse and sundry Languages ; that is to say, Latin, French,...
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The Scientific Monthly, Volume 14

James McKeen Cattell - Electronic journals - 1922
...short Time, became very ingenious and cunning in the Art of Musick ; whereby they could sing and play two Parts ; the one the Treble, and the other the...melodious to hear. The common People who treated them also, wondered that they could speak diverse and sundry Languages ; that is to say, Latin, French,...
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