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
Frontis. portrait (plate) of Thomas Mace signed: Hen. Cook pinx. W. Faithorne sculp.
Wing (2nd ed.) M120
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