2018年10月13日土曜日

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Chappell, William Popular music of the olden time Vol.1 and 2, A collection of ancient songs, ballads, and dance tunes ... with short introductions to the different reigns, and notices of the airs from writers of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Also a short account of the minstrels. Airs harmonized by G.A. Macfarren. London : Cramer, Beale, & Chappell , [1855-1859]
   
Jacob van Eyck Composite music volume, A composite music volume : containing Der Fluyten Lust-Hof, vol Psalmen, Paduanen, Allemanden, Couranten, Balletten, Airs, &c. konstigh en lieflik gefigureert, met veel veranderingen and 'T uitnemed kabinet, vol Pavanen, Almanden, Sarbanden, Couranten, Balletten, Intraden, Airs, &c. en de nieuwste voizen, om met 2 en 3 fioolen, of ander speel-tuigh te gebruiken, Amsterdam, : by Paulus Matthysz. inde Stoof-steegh, in 't Muzyk-boek , 1649.
   
Mace, Thomas 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. : Divided into three parts. The first part, shews a necessity of singing psalms well, in parachial churches, or not to sing at all; directing, how they may be well sung, certainly; by two several ways, or means; with an assurance of perpetual national-quire; and also shewing, how cathedral musick, may be much improved, and refined. The second part, Treats of the noble lute, (the best of instruments) now made easie; and all its occult-locked-up-secrets plainly laid open, never before discovered; ... directing the most ample way, for the use of the Theorboe, from off the note, in confort, &c. ... In the third part, the generous viol, in its rightest use, is treated upon; ... / by Tho. Mace, one of the Clerks of Trinity Colledge, in the University of Cambridge. London 1676.
   
Playford, Henry The dancing-master: or, Directions for dancing country dances, with the tunes to each dance, for the treble-violin., London  1709.
   
Playford, John An introduction to the skill of musick, : in three books the first contains the grounds and rules of musick, acording to the gam-ut, and other principles thereof, the second, instructions and lessons both for the bass-viol and treble-violin, the third, The art of descant, or, Composing of musick in parts, in a more plain and easie method than any heretofore published / by John Playford. London 1683
   
Playford, John An introduction to the skill of musick, in three books. : The first contains the grounds and rules of musick, according to the gam-ut, and other principles thereof. The second, instructions and lessons both for the bass-viol and treble-violin. The third, the art of descant, or composing musick in parts: in a more plain and easie method than any heretofore published. / By John Playford., London 1694, 
   
Playford, John Musick's delight on the cithren, 1666, Musick's delight on the cithren : restored and refined to a more easie and pleasant manner of playing than formerly ; and set forth with lessons al a mode, being the choicest of our late new ayres, corants, sarabands, tunes, and jiggs. London 1666
Playford、John Transcript of tunes found in various editions of Playford's Dancing master including those for the treble violin and of tunes in William Christie's Collection of strathspeys : with notes and index by John Muir Wood
Purcell, Henry et,al A composite music volume : containing Deliciæ musicæ: being, a collection of the newest and best songs sung at court and at the publick theatres, most of them within the compass of the flute. With a thorow-bass, for the theorbo-lute, bass-viol, harpsichord, or organ. Book 1-4 [imperfect], London : Printed by J. Heptinstall , 1695, 1696
Rutherford, John  A collection of the most celebrated songs set to music by several eminent authors, adapted for the guitar, London ca 1774.
Salmon, Thomas An essay to the advancement of musick, : by casting away the perplexity of different cliffs. And uniting all sorts of musick lute, viol, violin, organ, harpsechord, voice, &c. in one universal character. / By Thomas Salmon, Master of Arts of Trinity College in Oxford.., London 1672
Sympson, Christopher A compendium: or, introduction to practical music. In five parts. ... By Christopher Sympson., London 1732.