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Author: Salmon, Thomas, 1648-1706.
Title: 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 ...
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: 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 ...
Salmon, Thomas, 1648-1706., Birchensha, John, fl. 1664-1672.

London: Printed by J. Macock and to be sold by John Car ..., 1672.
Notes:
Added t.p., engraved.
Preface signed: John Birchensha.
Music on double plates.
Errata: p. [18].
Advertisement: p. [1] at end.
Reproduction of original in Library of Congress.
Subject terms:
Musical notation.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A60527.0001.001

Contents
frontispiece
title page
THE PUBLISHER TO THE READER.
The Contents of the Chapters, and Advantages which arise from this Essay.
CHAP. I.
CHAP. II.
CHAP. III.
CHAP. IV.
CHAP. V.
CHAP. VI.
The Conclusion.
ERRATA.
AN ESSAY TO THE Advancement of Musick.
CHAP. I. The Advantages of Musick.
CHAP. II. The Gamut Reformed.
CHAP. III. The Cliffs reduced to one Ʋniversal Character.
CHAP. IV. The Design Applyed; and first to Vocal Musick.
CHAP. V. The Design applyed to Instrumental Mu∣sick, and first to the Violin.
instrument
An example of a Viol Lesson, moving up and down the lower and middle Octaves.
The Design applyed to the Organ and Harpsechord.
instrument
CHAP. VI. The Objections Answered.
The Conclusion.
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