Catalogue of the Library of the Sacred Harmonic Society

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The Society, 1872 - Church music - 399 pages
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Page 291 - 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 348 - THE Entertainment of his most excellent majestie Charles II., in his passage through the city of London to his Coronation...
Page 310 - History of the Origin and Progress of the Meeting of the Three Choirs of Gloucester, Worcester, and Hereford, and of the Charity connected with it. To which is prefixed, a View of the Condition of the Parochial Clergy of this Kingdom, from the earliest times. By the Rev. Daniel Lysons, MA F RSFSA Rector of Rodmarton, in the county of Gloucester.
Page 354 - Catalogue of sculpture, paintings, engravings, and other works of art belonging to the Corporation, together with books not included in the catalogue of the Guildhall Library.
Page 314 - History of the Violin and other Instruments played on with a Bow, from the Earliest Times to the Present, also an Account of the Principal Makers, English and Foreign.
Page 284 - Musick's Monument, or A REMEMBRANCER OF THE BEST PRACTICAL MUSICK, BOTH DIVINE AND CIVIL, that has ever been known to have been in the World.
Page 291 - 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.
Page 320 - A lytell geste of Robin Hode with other ancient and modern ballads and songs relating to this celebrated yeoman to which is prefixed his history and character, grounded upon other documents than those made use of by his former biographer,
Page 319 - WIT AND MIRTH ; or, PILLS TO PURGE MELANCHOLY. Being a Collection of the best Merry Ballads and Songs, Old and New. Fitted to all Humours, having each their proper Tune for either Voice or Instrument ; most of the Songs being new set.

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