Philosophies of Music History

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BIBLIOGRAPHY
Literature concerning the general history of music in chronological order
1. Calvisius Sethus, Exercitationes Musicae Duae. Quarum prior est, de modis musicis, quos vulgo tonos vocant, recté cognoscendis, et dijudicandis. Apelij, Leipzig, 1600. LC. The historical part, De origine et progressu musices, comprises the last half of the book, pp. 74-139. A second edition appeared in 1611.
2. Cerone Domenico Pietro, El Melopeo y Maestro. Tractado de musica theorica y pratica: en que se pone por extenso, lo que uno para hazerse perfecto musico ha menester saber: y por mayor facilidad, comodidad y claridad del lector, esta repartido en XXII libros. 2 vols. Gargano and Nucci, Naples, 1613. NY.
3. Praetorius Michael, Syntagma Musicum. 3 vols. Kahnt, Leipzig, 1615. NY. For the title of Volume I see p. 12.
4. Mersenne Marin, Traité de l'harmonie universelle. Par le Sieur de Sermes, pseud. Bandry, Paris, 1627. NY. For the full title see p. 15-
5. Kircher Athanasius, Musurgia universalis, sive Ars magna consoni et dissoni in X libros digesta. 2 vols. Corbelletti, Rome, 1650. NY.
6. Printz Wolfgang Caspar, Historische Beschreibung der edlen Singund Klingkunst, in welcher derselben Ursprung und Erfindung, Fortgang und Verbesserung, unterschiedlicher Gebrauch, wunderbare Wirkungen, mancherlei Feinde und zugleich berühmteste Ausüber von Anfang der Welt bis auf unserer Zeit in möglichster Kürze erzdält und vorgestellt werden, aus den vornehmsten autoribus abgefasst und in Ordnung gebracht. 240 pp. Niethens, Dresden, 1690. NY.
7. Bontempi Giovanni Andrea Angelini, Historia musica, nella quale si ha piena cognitione della teorica, e della practica antica della musica harmonica; secondo la dottrina de'Greci, i quali inventata prima da Iubal avanti il Diluvio, e poi dopo ritrousta da Mercurio, la restituirono nella sua pristina, antica dignitate come della teorica, e della practica antica sia poi nata la practica moderna, che contiene la scientia del contrapunto. 280 pp. Costantini, Perugia, 1695. NY.
8. Brossard Sebastian de, Dictionnaire de musique, ce qu'il y a de plus curieux, et de plus nécessaire à scavoir; tant pour l'histoire el la théorie. 112 pp. Ballard, Paris, 1703. Translated, with additions, by James Grassineau as A Musical Dictionary [ 14]. 347 pp. London, 1740.
9. Bourdelot-Bonnet, Histoire de la musique, et de ses effets depuis son origine, les progrès successifs de cet art jusqu'à présent. Cochart,

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