William Tans'ur (1706?-1783)

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Land : Grande-Bretagne
Geschlecht : masculin
Geburt : Dunchurch (?), Warwickshire, 06-11-1706
Tod : Saint Neots, Huntshire, 07-10-1783
Anmerkung :
Auteur de psaumes et théoréticien. - Baptisé le 7 novembre 1706 à Dunchurch, pourraît être né en 1699 à Barnes (Surrey) ou en 1700 à Dunchurch (Warwickshire)
Andere Namen : William Tansur (1706?-1783)
William Le Tansur (1706?-1783)
William Tanzer (1706?-1783)
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0004 3958 180X

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Wyeth's. Repository of sacred music. Part second. (2d edition). Original and selected from the most eminent and approved authors in that science, for the use of Christian churches, singing-schools and private societies. Together with a plain and concise introduction to the grounds of music and rules for learners. By John Wyeth. [Cantiques à 2, 3 et 4 voix]
Gezangboek van Christian science
A Compleat melody or the harmony of Sion. In three books containing I. a new and compleat introduction to the grounds of musik, theorical and practical, vocal and instrumental... II. the psalms of David new tun'd... III. A new and select number of divine hymns, and easy anthems on various occasions : with a scale of musick proper for either voice, organ, virginals, harpsicord or spinnet. With several canons of two, three and four parts in one, to which is added ; Te Deum and Magnificat, and a chanting tune for the reading psalms, the whole is composed in two, three, and four musical parts, according to the most authentick rules ; and set down in score (and figur'd) for either voice or organ etc... The fourth edition corrected by the author, according to his original manuscript with large additions
A Compleat melody or the harmony of Sion. Book III, containing a new and select number of divine hymns and easy anthems on several occasions with several canons of two, three and four parts in one, composed in two, three and four musical parts according to the most authentick rules for either voice or organ. The second edition, corrected and enlarg'd...
A Compleat melody or the harmony of Sion. Book II containing the psalms of David new-tun'd... composed in two, three and four musical parts according to the most authentick rules for either voice or organ. The second edition corrected and enlarg'd...
Colchester. - William Tans'ur, comp. . - [1]
O clap your hands together. - [1]

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Flûte à bec Vol. IV
A new musical grammar or, The harmonical spectator. - [11]

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M.r William Tans'ur, aetatis sue 60, Christi 1760
M.r William Tans'ur
William Tans'ur (1700-1783)

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