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The psalm singer's choice companion : Or a Plain and Easy Introduction to Musick. Set down in Form of a Dialogue: Divided into two Parts. The First teacheth the Gamut, and how to Name your Notes, with Directions for keeping of Time, and the Way how to perform the same, with all things necessary for the Knowledge of Prick-Song: With Psalm Tunes and Hymns for two, three, four, five, six, seven, and eight Voices ; all within the compass of Nineteen Notes ; that is, two Eights and a Fifth. With Examples how to transpose Tunes out of any Key, to suit either Voice or Instrument. The second Part teacheth to understand the Art of Descant or Composing Musick in Parts ; teaching to know the Distances from one Part to another ; the Concords and Discords ; with Examples and Tables for the same. By Robert Barber. With an Excellent Anthem in four Parts, composed by one of the best Masters. Preview this item
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The psalm singer's choice companion : Or a Plain and Easy Introduction to Musick. Set down in Form of a Dialogue: Divided into two Parts. The First teacheth the Gamut, and how to Name your Notes, with Directions for keeping of Time, and the Way how to perform the same, with all things necessary for the Knowledge of Prick-Song: With Psalm Tunes and Hymns for two, three, four, five, six, seven, and eight Voices ; all within the compass of Nineteen Notes ; that is, two Eights and a Fifth. With Examples how to transpose Tunes out of any Key, to suit either Voice or Instrument. The second Part teacheth to understand the Art of Descant or Composing Musick in Parts ; teaching to know the Distances from one Part to another ; the Concords and Discords ; with Examples and Tables for the same. By Robert Barber. With an Excellent Anthem in four Parts, composed by one of the best Masters.

Author: Robert Barber
Publisher: London : Printed by W.P. and sold by Josiah Rathbone, in Macclesfield ; And J. Osborn, and T. Longman in Pater-Noster-Row [London], M. DCC. XXVII. [1727]
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Genre/Form: Early works
Dialogues
Early works to 1800
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Barber
OCLC Number: 642464731
Description: 1 online resource (63, [1] pages) : music

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