Notated Music Cantus, songs and fancies, to severall musicall parts both apt for voices and viols : with a brief introduction to musick, as is taught into the Musick-school of Aberdeen : together also, with severall of the choisest Italian-songs, and new English-ayres, all in three parts, (viz.) two treebles and a bass

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Title
Cantus, songs and fancies, to severall musicall parts both apt for voices and viols : with a brief introduction to musick, as is taught into the Musick-school of Aberdeen : together also, with severall of the choisest Italian-songs, and new English-ayres, all in three parts, (viz.) two treebles and a bass
Contributor Names
Forbes, John -- -1675
Gastoldi, Giovanni Giacomo -- active 1582-1609
Davidson, Thomas -- -1675
Created / Published
Printed by Iohn Forbes, printer to the ancient city of Bon-Accord, Aberdeen, anno dom. 1682, monographic.
Subject Headings
-  e-uk-en -- e-uk-st
-  Songs, Scots
-  Songs, English
Notes
-  Signatures: 2 leaves unsigned, A-O⁴.
-  Added t.p. (with woodcut illustrations): Cantus, songs and fancies, to three, four or five parts, both apt for voices and viols. With a brief introduction to musick. As is taught in the Musick-school of Aberdeen. The 3rd ed., much enl. and corr. Printed in Aberdeen by Iohn Forbes, and are to be sold at his printing-house above the Meal-market, at the sign of the Towns-armes, 1682.
-  The photolithographic facsimile issued in the New club series, Paisley, A. Gardner, 1879, contains the illustrated t.p. only.
-  In the 1st and 2nd editions the "Brief introduction to musick" is given as by Thomas Davidson.
-  "Severall of the choisest Italilan songs composed by Giovanni Giacomo Castoldi [i.e. Gastoldi] da Carravaggio. Together also, with some of the best new English-ayres ..."--P. [90]-[116].
-  The English composers named are Henry Lawes, Simon Ives, William Webb, Jeremy Savile, and Dr. Wilson.
-  Armorial book-plate: Bibliotheca Lindesiana.
-  Bound in full blue morocco, gilt, gilt edges, by Zaehnsdorf.
Form
print
Extent
1 score ([116] p.) : ill. ; 15 x 19 cm.
Library of Congress Control Number
29006571
LC Classification
M1490 .F69
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Forbes, John, Giovanni Giacomo Gastoldi, and Thomas Davidson. Cantus, songs and fancies, to severall musicall parts both apt for voices and viols: with a brief introduction to musick, as is taught into the Musick-school of Aberdeen: together also, with severall of the choisest Italian-songs, and new English-ayres, all in three parts, viz. two treebles and a bass. Printed by Iohn Forbes, printer to the ancient city of Bon-Accord, Aberdeen, anno dom. , monographic, 1682. Notated Music. https://www.loc.gov/item/29006571/.

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Forbes, J., Gastoldi, G. G. & Davidson, T. (1682) Cantus, songs and fancies, to severall musicall parts both apt for voices and viols: with a brief introduction to musick, as is taught into the Musick-school of Aberdeen: together also, with severall of the choisest Italian-songs, and new English-ayres, all in three parts, viz. two treebles and a bass. Printed by Iohn Forbes, printer to the ancient city of Bon-Accord, Aberdeen, anno dom. , monographic. [Notated Music] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/29006571/.

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Forbes, John, Giovanni Giacomo Gastoldi, and Thomas Davidson. Cantus, songs and fancies, to severall musicall parts both apt for voices and viols: with a brief introduction to musick, as is taught into the Musick-school of Aberdeen: together also, with severall of the choisest Italian-songs, and new English-ayres, all in three parts, viz. two treebles and a bass. Printed by Iohn Forbes, printer to the ancient city of Bon-Accord, Aberdeen, anno dom. , monographic, 1682. Notated Music. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/29006571/>.

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