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A brief introduction to the skill of musick

A brief introduction to the skill of musick

in two books : first book contains the grounds and rules of musick, the second, instructions for the viol and also the treble-violin

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Published by Printed for J. Playford and are sold at his shop ... in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Music -- Handbooks, manuals, etc. -- Early works to 1800

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesArt of setting or composing of music in parts
    Statementby J. Playford, Philo-musicæ ; to which is added a third book, entituled, The art of setting or composing musick in parts, by Dr. Tho. Campion, with annotations thereon by Mr. Chr. Simpson
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1510:37
    ContributionsCampion, Thomas, 1567-1620, Simpson, Christopher, d. 1669
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[8], 76 [i.e. 80] p
    Number of Pages80
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16884012M

    An Introduction to the Skill of Musick. In Two Books is written by John Playford and published by W. Godbid, for J. Playford. This book explains you about musical instruction. This music book is divided into 2 section. First, a brief & plain Introduction to Musick, both for singing, and for playing on the Violl. By J. P. "An / Introduction / To the Skill of / Mutsick. / In two Books. / First, a brief and plain Introduction to Musick, / both for singing, and for playing on Violl. /By J. P. / Second, the Art of Setting or Composing of / Musick in Parts, by a most familiar and easie/ Rule of Counterpoint. Formerly pub-.

    Thomas Campion (). From An Introduction to the Skill of Musick, Courtesy Internet Archive.. Thomas Campion (12 February - 1 March ) was an English poet, composer, and wrote over lute songs, masques for dancing, and an authoritative technical treatise on music. A Brief Introduction to the Skill of Musick in Two Books: The First Contains the General Grounds and Rules of Musick, the Second, Instructions for the Viol and Also the Treble-Violin () by Christopher Simpson.

    The Schmidt Collection contains primarily photocopies of original and transcribed music for lute gathered from a variety of libraries and archival repositories. It was written by one John Playford, and is entitled “A Brief Introduction to the Skill of Musick,” wherein is the following relating to the violin: “The treble violin is a cheerful and sprightly instrument, and much practised of late, some by book, and some without; which of these two is the best way, may easily be resolved.


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A Brief Introduction to the Skill of Musick, in Two Books: The First Contains the Grounds and Rules of Musick; The Second, Instructions for the Viol, and Also for the Treble-Violin (Classic Reprint) [Playford, John] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

A Brief Introduction to the Skill of Musick, in Two Books: The First Contains the Grounds and Rules of 1/5(1). A brief introduction to the skill of musick for song and viol in two books: first book contains the grounds and rules of musick for song, second book, de gambo and also on the treble violin () [Playford, John] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

A brief introduction to the skill of musick for song and viol in two books: first book contains the Author: John Playford. Book/Printed Material A brief introduction to the skill of musick: in three books.

The first: The grounds and rules of musick, according to the gam-ut and other principles thereof. The second: Instructions for the bass-viol, and also for the treble-violin: vvith lessons for beginners.

Book/Printed Material 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.

A brief introduction to the skill of musick book The second: instrvctions and lessons both for the bass-viol and treble-viloin. A brief introduction to the skill of music: in three books: the first: the grounds and rules of musick, according to the gam-ut and other principles thereof: the second: instructions for the bass-viol and also for the treble-violin, with lessons for beginners1/5(1).

An introduction to the skill of musick: in two books: first, a brief & plain introduction to musick both for singing and for playing on the violl, by J.P.: second, The art of setting or composing of musick in parts by a most familiar and easie rule of counterpoint: formerly published by Dr.

Tho. Campion, but now reprinted with large. A brief introduction to the skill of musick for song and viol: in two books: first book contains the grounds and rules of musick for song, second book, directions for the playing on the viol de gambo and also on the treble violin.

Get this from a library. Playford's brief introduction to the skill of musick: an account, with bibliographical notes, of an unique collection comprising. A brief introduction to the skill of musick: In two books.

The first containes the general grounds and rules of musick. The second, instructions for the viol and also for the treble-violin. To which is added The art of descant, or Composing musick in parts, by Dr.

Thomas Campion. With annotations thereon by Mr. Chr. Simpson. Other articles where Brief Introduction to the Skill of Musick is discussed: John Playford: His Brief Introduction to the Skill of Musick, a handbook on music theory and practice, went into many editions between and and was revised in by the composer Henry Purcell.

An elegy on Playford’s death, “Gentle shepherds, you that know,” by Nahum Tate. 1) a reviw of Book I of Play-ford's Introduction 2) an examination of the influ-ence of Playford on the musi-cal development of colonial America An Introduction to the Skill of Musick was divided into three books.

Book One included the grounds and rules of music, Book Two provided instructions for playing the bass viol and treble. 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 Pages: A Brief Introduction to the Skill of Musick: in two Books--to which is added a third book, entitled, The art of descant or Composing musick in parts by Dr.

Thomas Campion ; with annotations thereon by Mr. Chr. Simpson Item Preview. A brief introduction to the skill of musick: in two books: the first contains the general grounds and rules of musick, the second, instructions for the viol and also the treble-violin: to which is added The art of descant, or, Composing musick in parts, by Dr.

Thomas Campion, with annotations thereon by Mr. Chr. Simpson. His Brief Introduction to the Skill of Musick, a handbook on music theory and practice, went into many editions between and and was revised in by the composer Henry Purcell. An elegy on Playford’s death, “Gentle shepherds, you that know,” by Nahum Tate, was set to music by Purcell.

A BRIEF INTRODUCTION To the Playing on the Bass-Viol. The Second BOOK. An exact Table, directing the Places of the Notes, Flat and Sharp, to every Stop on the Bass-Viol, according to the Gam-ut ; beginning at the lowest Note of the Bass on the Sixth String, and ascending to the highest on the Treble.

A brief introduction to the skill of musick: in three books. The first: the general grounds and rules of musick,according tho the gam-ut and other principles thereof. The second: instructions for the bass-viol, and also for the treble-violin: vvith lessons for beginners.

This data is provided as an additional tool in helping to insure edition identification: ++++"A brief introduction to the skill of musick in two books: the first contains the general grounds and rules of musick, the second, instructions for the viol and also the treble-violin"Art of rd, John, ?Campion, Thomas, Simpson made a small contribution to John Playford's work A Brief Introduction to the Skill of Musick but is best known for his own book, The Division Viol, or the Art of Playing upon a Ground (published ) which is a set of practical instructions, organised into three sections: Of the Viol it self, with Instructions how to Play upon it; Use.

An Introduction To The Skill Of Musick "First, a brief & plain Introduction to Musick, both for singing, and for playing on the Violl. By J. Second, the Art of Setting or Composing of Musick in Parts, by a most familiar and easie Rule of Counterpoint.

Formerly published by Dr Tho. Campion: but now reprinted with large Annotations. Excerpt from A Brief Introduction to the Skill of Musick, in Two Books: The First Contains the Grounds and Rules of Musick; The Second, Instructions for the Viol, and Also for the Treble-Violin Befides thefe Names of the Notes, there is tried in the Gem-lit, 7 Letters of the Al plum, which are fet'at the beginning of each little and Space, as g.Thomas Campion was born in London, England in Campion’s importance for nondramatic literature of the English Renaissance lies in the exceptional intimacy of the musical-poetic connection in his work.

While other poets and musicians talked about the union of the two arts, only Campion produced complete songs wholly of his own composition, and only he wrote lyric. In he published his 'Breefe Introduction to the Skill of Musick for Song and Viall.' Of that impression but one copy is now known, which was for many years in the possession of the late Dr.

Rimbault, and produced 10 guineas at the sale of his library in