Siren coelestis centum harmoniarum, duarum, trium, & quatuor vocum Quam nova vite principibus etiam nec dum vulgatis auctoribus legit, pro temporum, d by William BraythwaitSiren coelestis centum harmoniarum, duarum, trium, & quatuor vocum Quam nova vite principibus etiam nec dum vulgatis auctoribus legit, pro temporum, d by William Braythwait

Siren coelestis centum harmoniarum, duarum, trium, & quatuor vocum Quam nova vite principibus etiam…

byWilliam Braythwait

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Siren coelestis centum harmoniarum, duarum, trium, & quatuor vocum Quam nova vite principibus etiam nec dum vulgatis auctoribus legit, pro temporum, dierumq[ue]; festorum diversitate concinnavit
Victorinus, Georg, d. ca. 1631.
Braythwait, William.
[Edition statement:] Editio altera correctior & melior.
Dawson printed first A4. The music is in a unique notation devised by William Braythwait. Apparently only the 2-pt. songs in the Suprema voice were published, together with Braithwaite's Methodus, which gives another musical setting of the same texts--STC.
In two parts.
Colophon, leaf C2: Cum privilegio. Londini. ex typographeo, Iohannis Norton. 1639.
Signatures: [pi]2 A-B4 C2 [2d]A1 [3d]A3.
[30] p.
Londini : Ex typographeo Iohannis Norton [and J. Dawson],
STC (2nd ed.) / 24715
Latin
Reproduction of the original in the Cambridge University Library


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Title:Siren coelestis centum harmoniarum, duarum, trium, & quatuor vocum Quam nova vite principibus etiam…Format:PaperbackDimensions:42 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.09 inPublished:December 14, 2010Publisher:EEBO Editions, ProQuestLanguage:Latin

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