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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. 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. By William Tans'ur, Senior, Musico Theorico
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