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Context of The royal melody compleat : or the new harmony of Sion. In three books. Containing I. A New and Correct, Introduction to the Grounds of Musick, Rudimental, Practical, and Technical. II. A New, and Compleat Body of Church-Musick, adapted to the most select Portions of the Book of Psalms, of either Versions; With many Fuging Chorus's, and Gloria Patri's to the Whole. III. A New, and Select, Number of Services, Chants, Hymns, Anthems, and Canons, suited to several Occasions; and many of them never before printed; Set by the greatest Masters in the World. For Publick, and Private Use. The whole are Composed in Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, Seven, and Eight Musical Parts, according to the nicest Rules; Consisting of Solo's, Fuges, and Chorus's, Correctly set in Score, for Voices, or Organ: and fitted for all Teachers, Learners, and Musical Societies, &c. With a Preface on Church-Musick, shewing the Beauty and Excellency thereof: and several useful Tables. By William Tans'ur, Senior; Musico Theorico. -
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