By John Wall Callcott
Excerpt from Musical Grammar: In 4 elements, I. Notation;, II. Melody;, III. Harmony;, IV. Rhythm
The layout of the subsequent paintings is, to compress in a small quantity, the prime princi ples of useful track. From the analogy which exists among track and Language, the writer has presumed to undertake a class first steered by means of the German Theorists, and to entitle the total a Musical Grammar.
He has endeavoured, by way of Examples chosen from the simplest Authors, and intermixed with Musical Characters, to render the directions extra passable than in the event that they have been simply verbal and he in basic terms regrets that, in lots of in stances, they can no longer be made extra exten sive, with out injuring the due share of the components and the moveable measurement of the book.
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A musical grammar, in four parts: I. Notation, II. Melody, III. Harmony, IV. Rhythm by John Wall Callcott