||A New Musical Grammar
||A New Musical Grammar; or, the Harmonical Spectator. Containing All the useful Theoretical, Practical, and Technical Parts of Musick. Being a New and Correct Introduction to All the Rudiments, Terms, and Characters, and Composition in all its Branches. With Several Scales for Musicall Instruments; and Philosophical Demonstrations, on The Nature of Sound. Laid down in so concise and easy a Method, as to be understood by the meanest Practitioner, whether Vocal or Instrumental, by Way of Question and Answer. With variety of Cuts correctly engraved. By William Tansur: Musico Theorico. Author of The Universal Harmony, &c.
- Of the Gamut, and of Semitones and Cliffs
- Of Notes and their Names, and of Rests, and other Characters used in Musick
- Of Time in General, in all its various Moods; and how to beat them: and of the Doctrine of Pendulums
- Of Tuning the Voice; and of Accents: of Intonation, and the original Use of the Pitch-Pipe.
- The Scale of Musick adapted to the Organ, Violin, Flute [i.e. Recorder], &c.
- Of the several Keys in Musick; and of Transposition.
- Of Intervals, Concords, and Discords; and how to compare one Part of Musick with another
- Of Theory in General; or, a Philosophical Demonstration of the Nature of Sound, and of the Racios and Proportion of all Intervals
- Of Practical-Musick; teaching all the Rules of Composition, from Two to Eight Parts
- Of Canon in General, and how to compose any of them
- The Musical Alphabet; shewing the Use of all Terms belonging to Musick
||all Lovers of Musick
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||sections on voice, organ (or harpsichord), violin, flute (recorder)