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 ONY TO THAT OF THE PRIMITIVE CHRISTIANS, BUT ALSO TO THE PRACTICE OF THE CHURCH IN ALL PRECEEDING AGES. Arthur Bedford.
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 ONY TO THAT OF THE PRIMITIVE CHRISTIANS, BUT ALSO TO THE PRACTICE OF THE CHURCH IN ALL PRECEEDING AGES
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 ONY TO THAT OF THE PRIMITIVE CHRISTIANS, BUT ALSO TO THE PRACTICE OF THE CHURCH IN ALL PRECEEDING AGES
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 ONY TO THAT OF THE PRIMITIVE CHRISTIANS, BUT ALSO TO THE PRACTICE OF THE CHURCH IN ALL PRECEEDING AGES
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 ONY TO THAT OF THE PRIMITIVE CHRISTIANS, BUT ALSO TO THE PRACTICE OF THE CHURCH IN ALL PRECEEDING AGES

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 ONY TO THAT OF THE PRIMITIVE CHRISTIANS, BUT ALSO TO THE PRACTICE OF THE CHURCH IN ALL PRECEEDING AGES

London: Printed and sold H. Mortlock, at the Phoenix in S. Paul's Church-yard; J. Walsh in Catherine Street, near the Strand, 1706. First Edition. Leather-bound. Small octavo, rebacked in calf over contemporary embossed leather boards. Corners bumped, light general wear, professional tape repair to inner hinges, binding tight. 254 pages, musical notations. Very Good. Item #84548
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Arthur Bedford (1668-1745), was a writer and Vicar. He is most notable for his vitrolic pamphlets against the theatre and popular music.
Index includes "A Table of Hebrew, Chaldee, and Rabbinical Words, and also some sentences of the Old Testament, which are mentioned in this Treatise."

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