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Book/Printed Material The temple musick, or, An essay concerning the method of singing the Psalms of David in the Temple, before the Babylonish captivity. Wherein, the musick of our cathedrals is vindicated, and supposed to be conformable, not only to that of the primitive Christians, but also to the practice of the church in all preceding ages

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  • The temple musick, or, An essay concerning the method of singing the Psalms of David in the Temple, before the Babylonish captivity. Wherein, the musick of our cathedrals is vindicated, and supposed to be conformable, not only to that of the primitive Christians, but also to the practice of the church in all preceding ages

Names

  • Bedford, Arthur, 1668-1745.

Created / Published

  • London : H. Mortlock, 1706.

Headings

  • -  Jews--Music
  • -  Judaism--Liturgy
  • -  Church music--Church of England

Medium

  • 8 p. l., , 253, [1] p. ; 20 cm

Call Number/Physical Location

  • ML3001 .B41
  • Microfilm Music 5000 Item B-046, Reel 23 Microfilm. Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress, [1982]. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. On reel with other titles.

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  • 08017338

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  • image

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Bedford, Arthur. The temple musick, or, An essay concerning the method of singing the Psalms of David in the Temple, before the Babylonish captivity. Wherein, the musick of our cathedrals is vindicated, and supposed to be conformable, not only to that of the primitive Christians, but also to the practice of the church in all preceding ages. London: H. Mortlock, 1706. Image. https://www.loc.gov/item/08017338/.

APA citation style:

Bedford, A. (1706) The temple musick, or, An essay concerning the method of singing the Psalms of David in the Temple, before the Babylonish captivity. Wherein, the musick of our cathedrals is vindicated, and supposed to be conformable, not only to that of the primitive Christians, but also to the practice of the church in all preceding ages. London: H. Mortlock. [Image] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/08017338/.

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Bedford, Arthur. The temple musick, or, An essay concerning the method of singing the Psalms of David in the Temple, before the Babylonish captivity. Wherein, the musick of our cathedrals is vindicated, and supposed to be conformable, not only to that of the primitive Christians, but also to the practice of the church in all preceding ages. London: H. Mortlock, 1706. Image. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/08017338/>.