being, a collection of the newest and best songs sung at court and at the publick theatres, most of them within the compass of the flute. With a thorow-bass, for the theorbo-lute, bass-viol, harpsichord, or organ. Composed by several of the best masters. The first book. Licenced, April 23. 1695. D. Poplar.
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London : printed by J. Heptinstall, for Henry Playford near the Temple-Church; or at his house over-against the Blew-Ball in Arundel-street: where also the new catch-book may be had, 1695.
With title page vignette, signed: F. H. Van. Hove. sculp:.
"An advertisement to the reader" signed by the compiler, "H.P.", i.e. Henry Playford.
With "A table of the songs".
Includes printed music.
Physical description: 1 score (, 32 p.) : music ; fol.
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), P2429
Citations/References: Day & Murrie. Songbooks, 131
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