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Book/Printed Material The modern musick-master, or, The universal musician : containing. I. An introduction to singing ... II. Directions for playing on the flute ... III. The newest method for learners on the German flute ... IV. Instructions upon the hautboy ... V. The art of playing on the violin ... VI. The harpsichord illustrated and improv'd ... in which is included a large collection of airs, and lessons, adapted to the several instruments ... With a brief history of musick ... To which is added, a musical dictionary ... Curiously adorn'd with cuts representing the manner performing on every instrument.

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Title

  • The modern musick-master, or, The universal musician : containing. I. An introduction to singing ... II. Directions for playing on the flute ... III. The newest method for learners on the German flute ... IV. Instructions upon the hautboy ... V. The art of playing on the violin ... VI. The harpsichord illustrated and improv'd ... in which is included a large collection of airs, and lessons, adapted to the several instruments ... With a brief history of musick ... To which is added, a musical dictionary ... Curiously adorn'd with cuts representing the manner performing on every instrument.

Names

  • Prelleur, Peter, 1705?-1741.

Created / Published

  • London : At the Printing-office in Bow Church yard, 1738.

Headings

  • -  Music--Instruction and study--Early works to 1800
  • -  Music--Handbooks, manuals, etc--Early works to 1800
  • -  Music--Dictionaries--Early works to 1800
  • -  Musical instruments--Early works to 1800

Notes

  • -  Each part except the last have separate t.p.

Medium

  • 8 pt. in 1 v. : front., plates (partly fold.) ; 23 cm.

Call Number/Physical Location

  • MT6.A2 P93
  • Microfilm Music 5000 Item P-058c, Reel 159 Microfilm. Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress, [1983]. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. On reel with other titles.

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Library of Congress Control Number

  • 09005281

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  • image

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Prelleur, Peter, 1705?-1741. The modern musick-master, or, The universal musician: containing. I. An introduction to singing ... II. Directions for playing on the flute ... III. The newest method for learners on the German flute ... IV. Instructions upon the hautboy ... V. The art of playing on the violin ... VI. The harpsichord illustrated and improv'd ... in which is included a large collection of airs, and lessons, adapted to the several instruments ... With a brief history of musick ... To which is added, a musical dictionary ... Curiously adorn'd with cuts representing the manner performing on every instrument. London: At the Printing-office in Bow Church yard, 1738. Image. https://www.loc.gov/item/09005281/.

APA citation style:

Prelleur, P. (1738) The modern musick-master, or, The universal musician: containing. I. An introduction to singing ... II. Directions for playing on the flute ... III. The newest method for learners on the German flute ... IV. Instructions upon the hautboy ... V. The art of playing on the violin ... VI. The harpsichord illustrated and improv'd ... in which is included a large collection of airs, and lessons, adapted to the several instruments ... With a brief history of musick ... To which is added, a musical dictionary ... Curiously adorn'd with cuts representing the manner performing on every instrument. London: At the Printing-office in Bow Church yard. [Image] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/09005281/.

MLA citation style:

Prelleur, Peter, 1705?-1741. The modern musick-master, or, The universal musician: containing. I. An introduction to singing ... II. Directions for playing on the flute ... III. The newest method for learners on the German flute ... IV. Instructions upon the hautboy ... V. The art of playing on the violin ... VI. The harpsichord illustrated and improv'd ... in which is included a large collection of airs, and lessons, adapted to the several instruments ... With a brief history of musick ... To which is added, a musical dictionary ... Curiously adorn'd with cuts representing the manner performing on every instrument. London: At the Printing-office in Bow Church yard, 1738. Image. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/09005281/>.