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|Other titles||Some brief and very plain instructions for singing by note.|
|Statement||By Thomas Walter, M.A. ; Recommended by several ministers. ; [One line from Psalms]|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 41504.|
|Contributions||Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, iii, , 25,  p., 24 leaves of plates|
|Number of Pages||25|
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Grounds and Rules of MUSIC Explained: Or, An Introduction to the Art of Singing by NOTE. Fitted to the meanest Capacities. by Thomas Walters Anthology of the American Hymn-Tune Repertory [Spelling, capitalization, and italics are as printed] A Recommendatory PREFACE.
[MUSIC]THOMAS WALTER. THE GROUNDS AND RULES OF MUSICK EXPLAINED: OR, AN INTRODUCTION TO THE ART OF SINGING BY NOTE. FITTED TO THE MEANEST : PRINTED BY SAMUEL GERRISH, Oblong 24mo (4 x 6 1/8 mm; x mm). 16 engraved plates of music, 9 pp contemporary manuscript music; some browning and thumb.
The grounds and rules of musick explained: or, An introduction to the art of singing by note: Fitted to the meanest capacities. First music printed with barred notes in a collection by Rev.
Thomas Walter from Roxbury, Massachusetts and titled: The Grounds and Rules of Musick Explained, or An Introduction to the Art of Singing By Note. Rev.
Thomas Walter from Roxbury, Massachusetts did the first music printed with barred notes titled: The Grounds and Rules of Musick Explained, or An Introduction to the Art of Singing By Note. Page 34 - The Grounds and Rules of Musick explained: Or an Introduction to the Art of Singing by Note: Fitted to the meanest capacities.
By Thomas Walter, AM Recommended by Several Ministers. ' Let everything that hath breath praise the Lord. 5/5(1).
A second breakthrough book of music followed just six years later in when Rev. Thomas Walter of Roxbury published a book titled The Grounds and Rules of Mufick explained, or an introduction to the art of singing by note.
The old folks strenuously objected to the inclusion of harmonic parts. The Hubbard manuscript is actually a series of additions to a print book: the edition of Thomas Walter’s popular and brief guide entitled The grounds and rules of musick explained: or, an introduction to the art of singing by note.
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Here you'll find current best sellers in books, new releases in books, deals in books, Kindle eBooks, Audible audiobooks, and so much more. Transcriptions or Images of Selected Prefaces Preface to The Grounds and Rules of Music Explained, (Thomas Walters) Preface to A Compleat Melody, (William Tans'ur) Preface to A Collection of the Best Psalm Tunes, (Josiah Flagg) Preface to The Chorister's Companion, (Simeon Jocelin) Preface to Select Harmony, (Andrew Law) Preface to The Easy Instructor, (Little.
The Grounds and Rules of Musick Explained (Walter, Thomas) H. The Harmony of Maine (Belcher, Supply) L. Lessons on the Practice of Singing (Gilson, Cornforth) M. The Massachusetts Harmony (Janes, Walter) Méthode complète d'ophicléide pour l'accompagnement du plain-chant (Projean, Claude Philippe) The Missouri Harmony (Carden, Allen D.) N.
Read, Daniel, American singing book Down steers the bass. Billings, William, Psalm-singer's amusement. Consonance. Hopkinson, Francis, My days have been so wond'rous free.
Kelly, Michael, Time's a tell-tale. Mischievous bee; arranged. Kelly, Michael, Forty theives. Last week I took a wife. The Grounds and Rules of Musick Explained (Walter, Thomas) H.
The Harmony of Maine (Belcher, Supply) L. Lessons on the Practice of Singing (Gilson, Cornforth) M. The Massachusetts Harmony (Janes, Walter) The Missouri Harmony (Carden, Allen D.) N. A New and Compleat Introduction to the Grounds and Rules of Musick (Bayley, Daniel).
These were John Tufts' An Introduction to the Singing of Psalm Tunes and Thomas Walters' The Grounds and Rules of Musick, Explained. These two publications "began a new era in American music history: between them they formed a point of contact between music as an art with a technical basis and a public motivated to learn that technique".
The first American music book with barred music notes, The Grounds and Rules of Musick Explained, or, an Introduction to the Art of Singing by Note by the Rev. Thomas Walter of Roxbury, Mass., was published.
Antiquities of the Jews by Flavius Josephus was favorite reading for colonial settlers. The grounds and rules of musick explained ; Introduction to the art of singing by note ; Some brief and very plain instructions for singing by note ; Thankfull Hubbard, ; or, An introduction to the art of singing by note: fitted to the meanest capacities.
The Eclectic Tune Book (Bradbury, William Batchelder) The Essex Harmony (Kimball, Jacob) F. The Federal Harmony (Various) G. The Gamut, or Scale of Music (Brown, Alling) The Grounds and Rules of Musick Explained (Walter, Thomas) H.
The Harmony of Maine (Belcher, Supply) Heaven on Earth (Tans'ur, William) L. Lessons on the Practice of Singing. The Grounds and Rules of Musick Explained (Walter, Thomas) H. The Harmony of Maine (Belcher, Supply) Heaven on Earth (Tans'ur, William) L.
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