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VAIZIETIE

OF

L V T €-lejJonJ : riz,.

Fanrafics, Pauins, Galliards, Alrnaincs, Corantoes, and Volts: Selected out of the bell ;;tpprollcd

A V THO R S, as well beyond the Seas as

of our ownc Country.

By ~/;crt '1)oJtI.wd.

VVhereunto is annexed cerraine Ob ... feruations belonging to L VTE-playing:

By.rohlJ Bptllo Be/ardo of Vifonri.

Alfo a fhort Treatife thereunto apperrayning :

By I(JJm Doltland Batchelor of 01-[ V SIC ]( E.

TO THE RIGHT WORSHIPFV L L, vVOR'fHY;J AND VER TVa VS Knight, Sir Thomas ~'14 ounjon,

I~~~~~fo Y R, the gratefull remembrance of your bountie to me.in part of Iny Educatioll,whilfi Iny Father Was abfent h'OIn E'ngland) hath em bouldned me to prefent thele nly firfl Labours to your worrhines, aifuring my ielfe that they being Mujica!l ~==r.~~~ will be acceptable to the Patron of ~1 ujtc,<!, and being onely out of duety Dedicated] you will daine to receiue them as a poore Tefiimonieofhis gratitude) who acknowledgeth himlelfe for euer vnable by his vtrermof] feruice to merit your Fauours. All [hat 1 can is to pray to Almighty God for the health and prolperitre of You and Yours) which 1 willneuer cealerc doe,

Your 'vVorlhips in all duery,

~b{jrt 'Douland,

'To the ,%adcr S 'J,J;bojoouer.

Entlemen : 1 a111 bold to prcfent you with the fira fruits of my Skill, which albeit it may fccrnc hcrediraric vnto mee, my Father being a Luteuifl, and well knowne ;l1110ngfl: you here in England, as in mof] paT~s of Chriflendome betide. I am furc you are not ignorant of that old faying, Lsbare 1)(IIm omni«

IUJ~Pmfj~~ vendere: And how pcrfcStion in any skill cannot be attained vnto without the

waite of many yecres, much con, and exccfslue labour and induilrie, which 1~~~~<~'liInu though I cannot attribute to my {dfe, being but young in yeeres, I haue aducnnircd like a delpcrare Souldier to thrul] my felfe into the Vant-gard, and to paOC: the Pikes of the (harpef] Ccnfiircs, but I trufl without daunger, becaufe we finde it true in Nature that thofc who haue loucd the Father ,will fcldome hate the Sonne. And not vnlike in reafon that I Ihould diftafi all, Iince my mcancs and hclpes of attaining what I hauc, hauc beene extraordinary . Touching this I hauc done, they are Collections gathered together with much labour out of the moft excellent Authors, as well of rhofe beyond the Seas, as out of the workcs of our owne Countrimen, The Treatife of fingering J thought no {corne to borrow of John Bapfif/o B~ford(} of Vifonti, being-a man generally knownc and honoured for his excellencie in this kinde. Em whatIoeuer 1 haue here done (vnrill my Father hathfiniihed his greater Workc, touching the Art of Lurc-playmg.) I rc~err~ it~o your ~l1dk.ious ccnfures)hopin,g that that loue which rou all generally haue borne vnto him 111 tunes pail:, being now gray) and like the Swan, but fingmg towards hIS: end, you would continue the fame to me his Sonne, who in the mesne time will confecrate my bell: indeuours at the (brine of your fauours, and {ball euer. resnaine obliged vnto you for your curtefies to-the vttermcf] of my power.

Thomas Smith Gent: 111 I'rllift of th, workt.

VVHcre Mtrit far Iirrmounts the pitch of'Pralfe,

The Go(}d·w(}rk~ there,tranfcends the reach ofWQrdJ.:

This If/ork~ is fitch : then good-words cannot raifc Their waight fo high as thefe HtatJ"n-fcaling Cirdts:

Then let their venue their owne glory raife, Lc;afi it be [aid a Smifh hath forg'd their pt:a.ife~

NECESSARIE OBSERVATIONS BELONGI N G TOT H E L V T 8~ AND L V T E ... playing) by fohn :Bapti/lo 13eJardo of Vifonti: with

choiie varieric ofL V T E-ldfons, partly Inuentcd, and partly Collcclcd out of the bell A v Til 0 It ~, by Robert DOIfLmd}

and John Doultl1Jd Barchelcr of

U1[ V SIC K E.

~F;li:==r~r,-:~r-"'''''II Enre thou haIl: (gentle R E.h D E R) a fafhion of praC1ifing on the Lv T E) fitch as I could gather out of rho Obieruarions of the famous and diuine Laltrcncimls, others) and mine owne: comprehended in a fcw rules, which I hauc hecre Ict out with as much care and diligence as I pofsibly could, by which thou maycft more eafily obtaine the right prJ-chfe on the Lv T E. Take therefore this workc of mine in good parr.who. foeuer thou art that rcadcft it, wirh a minde to profit thy fdfe: ycrthinke nod fet it forth to the end to draw thee away from the liuely teaching of thy Mailler, (whole fpcach doth farre excecde all writing,) or prefume to teach rhofe which are Maiflers in the ART there rriuiall wayes) but I offcr helpe to young beginncrs, and fuch as oftentimes want a Teacher, which it will not be vnpleaiing for them to vee, WhC~1 they hncie themfelnes wearied with th.o[e (~ifficlllties which lightly bef..~11 y~lIng learners .. Neither would I hau~ rhee thinkc that in this I detract from the other dIffenng wayesJ which other men doe vic, not vnfitly, [0 char there be reafon for them, and an ealie gracefulneffe in them. For a man may come to the Cune ~1ace 9iller~ waycs; and that ~veet Harm.ony of rhe L v -: E (the habit whereof wee doe dally afleCl:wlth [0 great trauaile ) may finke our cares With an cllegam delight) though the b:u:d be diucrfly applyed: Yet know as I a:11 free from all fnch ambition, [0, tl tat I would with all my heart hauc gillen thee the hab It and power to pIa y well, rather then the rncancs of learning to play, if it were pof6iblc to be had without labour.

\tVho[oeuer therefore will vfe thefe our rules, if hce be wholic raw in the Art) aboue all other things let him perfwade hirnfelfc, that the Imowledge of this A 11 T though it be hard, yet it is eaiilic to be obrayned by him that is in this fort conditioned. FirH)f hee hauc 110 great dcfcc\:ll1d hauc that narurall defirc towards M v SIC K n, which hath bccnc the [oundcr of cxccllcncic in ellery A R·C ; Secondly) if hce Ilint himfclfe in his learning with filch labour and cxcrcife that is 111Odc:ratc, and continuall, not filCh vnrcafonablc pail'1cs as many doc weary tliernlclucs with: Thirdly, if he be patient for a good long time, for c0111monly this brings vs whether wee will or no to the higheO; of the SCI ENe E s. To

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there if.hee adioyne the induflrious and liuely inll:ruCliol1s of a Teacher, that is a good Ar~ tift) bee cannot but hope for a reafonable habit in a fhort time. If therefore thou [halt be thus qualified and minded, and want a Teacher (whom indeed I would rather with thee.)

To chu(C:l Firf] and formof chufc a Lv '1' B neither great nor {mall, but a midling one, filch as LV 'r n for a {hall fit thine hand in thine OWt1C iudgcmcnt, Yet I had rather thou didfl: pra6Hfc at !irH learller. on a LV1'11 that were fomewhar greater and harder, vnlcfTc thy hand be very Ihort :

bccaufe that is good to Ilrctch the [inewes, which are in no fort to be Ilackncd . For there arc which do fometimes without a Lv T E forccably pull and lc.ngthcn their fingers. Others there are that laying their hand 011 a Table, or ferne like thmg, doc fpread their fingcrs as broad as they can por.~ibly. Others there are that oftentimes annoint their fingcrs with oyle of Tartar. Though I knowthcvfe thereof is good to make a nimble hand, rather by the often rcport of many others.then by any approued experience of mine owne, Howfoeucr ,it is moll necdlarie at Ieaflfor the beginner to handle the Lv l' E often, yet nencr but when thy Genilu fauours thee" that is, when thoufeclcfl thy Ielfc inc1yned to MvSIC X P. : For there is a ccrtainc naturall difpofirion, for learnit~g the A R '1' S naturally Infiifed into vs, and {1lCwing it in vs rather at onetime then another.which if one willprouoke by irnmoderatclabour.hc (hall fight againfl: Nature. Therefore when thou Ihalt fin de thy [elfe aprlie dilpofed, and haft time and opportunitic, fpare no payncs,yet keepethis courfe,

What lcIron to Chufe one Leflon thy felfe according to thy capacirie, which giue not ouer by 100- bc~in vvith:tll. king ouer others) or firaggling from one to another, till thou hauc got it rcafonably perfect, and doc not oncly bcginne it by going through it to the end at firU fight, but examine each part of itdiligcnrly, and flay vpon anyone poindo long (though thou play it ouer a thoufand times) till thou get it in Iome fort. The like you (ball doe in all parts of the faid Song, tillyon {hall findc YOllr fdfe prettily feene in it. It will not little help you to get it without booke : for whilf.l: the minde is bufie Iearching here and there for that which is written, the hand is more vnapt to pcrfonnc the Note, and all the difficultie the Lv l' E hath, which for the moft patt is imputed to the fingers, fhould rather be atrribu, ted to the varietic ofrhe Rules) which arc in tllis re1pect co be obferucd, all which doe rarher depend VpOll rhe mindc, then 011 the hand)

And although moll men dcevfethemfelues at the firfito the hardefl Leflons, thatafierwards thcy.,may hauc the eafier paflage, yet would I not perfwade young 'beginners ["" for fcarclcafl fuch difficulties Ibould caufe a loathing in them.and confcquently a giuing ouer of their practife : but I had rather an eafier Leflon were fet them at firH"which is not intricate by rcafon of many Gripes or {lops (as you call them) and in difplaying whereof one 111a11 not necde to la y his fingers croffe the ncckc of the L v 'r E. And this I would haue vfed vntill the hand be a little brought in vrc, And in this Leffon I would not haue many or diuers changes of the Time: for I haue knowne by experience that this hath been more hard to many then all the rcfl. Wherefore in taking filch Ldfons bc diligcntlycarefull in mar .... ki~lg ?oth y~ur hands, which being they are the chiefe and indeed the infl:tumel1tall parts of this pradife, therefore for the vfe of them take there precepts hereafter fet downe: begil111ingfirf.l:withthe lcfi hand, bccaufe that is as it were the mother of the Melodic the

other doth vnfold the Melodic concciucd, and fo founds it to our Eares, '

'FOI' vling of Wherefore take fpcciall hccdc, lef] the dght hand touch the Stringcs before the left both hands to. handflop them.and carrie yom lcfc hand fo in holding the necke of the Lv 'r n with a gather. good gracc,yollr thumbc mull be fet vpel1 the midden on the backe of the nccke, which

rnufl likewife with the other fingers as they goe vp a~d dOWI1C vpon the Lv l' B bc gently mall cd and follow them the way they goe. Now if you would know with which finger clIery letter is to be flopped, firfi enquire diligently whether the letter be it felfe alone or ioyncd with other letters: For if it be alone) then this order mufl abfolutely be kept. The firl1 Fingcr mull feme to floppe B, the Iecond for c, the third and fourth for D. alwayes, fa that the fourth finger ferne the fift or fourth firing,and the third finger the other firings, as for example:

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Alfo if fitch letters Gngly placed beyond the fret D fhall happen to be in more firings!l Diminution then two (as for example in thefe Diminutions following) and no A put amongll: them, ~~:~~~~c:::

they mull: be Hopped with the fore-finger laid ouer halfe the fiet of thar letrer which is nee- .

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AI' example, wherein the ftrfl Ji'Jger is to be laid ouer h,dft the [rtft E. (Jne(y in tbe three Jirjf flrings J where A. is none of the Letters.

An example, wherein the fore-fmga mttfl be l.lid ouer at! the jfriJ;gs in the fret C.

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In there 'examples you fee the finger is laid Oller the letter which is nec.ef] B,the fourth finger noppes that lerter which is farthcfifromBJtheotherfingers froPFe the midlefrets in their order.

But if the letter that we doubt of,be placed not alone but with one or marc other lettcrs.whicli conjunction we for this time will call a griffe, then thedifficultie is greater) neither can any thing cerrainely be prefcribed in this cafe, but that which vfe and cuframe doth teach vs, yet £0 farre as I can I will prouide that thou fhalt not be dellitute

For Griping of hel pc.Pirll.kcep this rule.that how oft fOL:L1er two Bs happen to be 011 two firings which ofIlops in B. {b.nd clofc together, let them be !1:opttogether with the toppe of the finger. Yet vnderHand this andy of the fidl:, [ccond or third frringe:for if two Bs frand to~ethcr in the 0- the):' (hinges (namclie theBafc Hringes) then thev mull be flopped not with the tappe of the firfifingcr ,but with the fame finger laid oucr the whole fret.

The Iccond Ruleis,thatwhenfoeuer tWO Bs are founded on two Strings,th:tt arc not clofe together,but hauc the Letter A, betwixt them or more Letters.then let fuch Bs be flopped with the fore-fingcr,and fecond finger.

The third Rule is, that whcnfoeuer the faid ss Ihal happen to be on two or more firings, betwixt which is no .A, but fame other Letter, or a line or more vacant: wherein afierward fome other Letter then A {ball be Iet, then the fore-finger mull be laid ouer the fiop. B. Let rhefc examples Ierue for all the paLts of this Rule. .

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And becaufe it is impoffibletofet downe in writing particularly all there things, which we {ball finde by daily vfe, neceilarie to concernc this Chapter,l haue placed here certaine oftbe common griffes or flops.wherein are one B or many, which mull be fl:opped eyrher laying the finger £J~t Oller the Fret, or othcrw~fe,which YOlllnay eafily perceiue, if they be written together 111 more places then two. m filch forme as you fcc them here: marked.

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Where rnarkethat the finger mull b~Iaid .cro(fe the Fret ofrcn, nay, vcry oftentimes, (though YOLI fin de but one Letrer of a kinde 111 that Frct,)that the other may be the fwifeIier flopped, which cannot by any certaine Rule but onely by vfe be learned, And know befides the fame griffes the Letters differ. not,y~t arc not Iloptalwaies after the fame [ort,by reafon of former. or [I:lb[equent fiops,whlCh th~ng ~hOll mull: d. iIi gently marke.For the letter C I thinke there IS no Idfe controuerlie about It: tor forne men doc fiop two Cs in the f:.unc Fret: when no Letter but A. goes with them, with the fecond and third finger very elegantly: I alwayes Ilop it with the fidl: and fecond finger) vnldfc it happen that B be ill the fame grifteJfor then ofneceflitie rnuf] the two Cs be Ilopped with the fecond and third fingers.Butll the faid two C s .and with them other l~ttcrs then A, you muG: lay your finger cro{fe the fret,thongh not alwayes yet mofl an end, If thole letters be: vnder C which otherwire fhould according to the Rule be flopped with the fecond finger, vnle!Te it chance that after the gritfcwhcrdll it is played, another c fol~ow~ ill1l~ediatdy in fome other firing:

Becaufe to the end the firfi,na.mely, the Letter which isfet 1ll fome Bafe I111y the better be held, itrnult nceds be flopped with the firfi finger. And this {ball flifficc for [he Letter c: more and more certaine Rules you (hall gather by vfe and praCl:i[e, yet hauc I fet downe fome examples, left the obfcurenetTc of there things I haue deliuercd might hinder thee.

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. The fame order Y01ll11ay keepe in the lower' Frets, andy in them forth e moil part (and

very -often) weevfeto lay the finger croffo the Fret for more cafine{fe~ .

'Of Holding. Therefore I will now fpea~e ot}lQlding:the 611gers vpon:a'thin&,whil!h is in this part ve-

ry ucccffiry : bccaufe nothing IS more fwcctc, then when thofc.parts (thcU10thcrs of Hsrmonie) arc rightly combined, which cannot be if the fingers be fodainely taken from

. .the firings: for that voyceperifheth foda:ine1y, when tI~c Hopping thereof is ended. And befides, nothing is more vncomely.then to haue the left Iiand ~l1onc~vp and downe often> .and by that mcanes to cccafion 'too llmch1l1orio~ of the ann'c? wln,eh 'is with all .care to be auoidcd, Betides, by fiaying the fingers on a Ilringyou fhallfo-eatily run vp and downe vpon the nccke of YOllr Lv r B at YOLlr plcafi.lre, that tho Y'f!.tY' handlingof it, (after a little labour and time paticndy borne) will be no more rroublefomero you then a plcafant walkc.Therefore kecpe yonr fingers ill what firings foe lIct I?' youtlrlke.rcfpccially when YOll {hike the Bafc) whilcil the: other fingers are Hopping other Hops, and rcmouc them not till

another Note come, which doth immediately fall vpon another Bafe; or fame other parr, And if Y0l1111ay ,hold the Bare and t he Treble togethcr,if there be certainc middle Notes to be cxpreffcd: but if YOl1l11ay not for wantofniore fingers) take away that finger for the moil part which fiops the Treble: for it were better that Note perifh then a Bafe,Gcncrally .rake this-for a Rule, the 6ng~rs mufl not be taken from the Ilrings, without it be necdfary: yet take heed whiHl: YOll play Diminutions, that one Note g~l1e place to another, and be not held with the Note following. Thus much-for the fiayil?g of the fingcrs on a firing, and of the vfage of the left hand, Iball fuffiec for thcirvfe which arc mcerely jgnorant,to be ilightly Q')Okcll,whereofonecannotdclillcrfilch plaine and ccrraincprcccpts.as hcmay -of the ri~ht hand, the vfc whereof to my power 1 will now fet downc •.

Fo~ thevfe of Firfi,1et your litrlefinger on the belly ofthe L v 'I' Ii!~ not towards the Rofe, but a little

the right hand. lower ,frretch out your Thornbc with all the force yO~l can, elpecially if thy Thombe be Ihort.fo thatthe other fingers may be carryed in a manner of a fil1:) and let the Thombe behcldhigherthcn them) this in thcbcginning will be hard.Yet they whichhaue afhort Thombe may imitate thore wbidl fl:rikc the firings with the Thombe vnder th~, ,other 6ngers,whiclltI10LJgh it benotlJing [0 eleg~nt, yet to them it willbernore eafie.

Now choofing one of thefe kindes.Iearne firft to Ilrike the firings more hard and clcarewhcther they be one or more that are to be Ilricken: and that yon may {hike them with the right fingcrs, rnarke whether one firing or more firings then one arc to be firicken: ifrnorc then one, kecpcthis rule, let two firings which Hand clofc together be firokcn with the. Thombc and fore- fingers: if two frrings bc diflant one from another fp that there be one ortwo firings betwixt them, Ilrikc them with the, Thornbe and middle fingcr: '{hike alfo three firings, with the Thombe, the fo~e-fillger and middle fingcr .fourc firings with 'all the other ~ngers (exccpting the little finger) if more be to be Ilrokcn (as

. oft there bc) keeping the fame order with your 6ngers, let the Thombc and the forc-finger

Ilrike cach of them two Ilrings, if fo many beto beflroken.

To know how Now that you may know with which fingcr you mufl Ilrikc thole notes which-arc found to Hl'iltCb{Il,IP,lc alone without the Griifes_,cxamine diligentlie the mcafure that each hath to it allotted.and ~::lll~~l\l~~~:~f~ if a letter be fet irnmcdintlic after any Gri:ff'c,which letter is of the fame mcafure with the £1111110)15, Griffc.rhcn when you hauc played that Gdifc,YOll mull I1CCc.:!CS bc~ill the Note following

with your fore- fingcr at all times.and afrcrwards vfe the Thombc if you meet a third note, and Io goe forwards by degrecs,kccping fuch ordcr with the Thombc and fore-finger,[o that as long as YOLI play in that mealurc you begin nothing with the-thombc twife to.gcther,nor follow with the fore-finger twife together, till YOLl come to a letter or Griffe where the meafiire chaungcs; which letter (ifit were alone) mul] needes be {hoke with the Thombe at allrirnes.But if aftcrthe griffe you finde a Notewhich hath ouer ir any change of time, then hauing played that Griffc,begin rhcNotc followingwith the Thombe,fiaying a while VpOI1 thcfaid Griffe or Note going before, as the nature of the time fhall require. Y ctfailcs that rule when the time going before hath a prickeput to it: for then it mull be' prccifely oblerued, th.ltafter(which hath a prickeadioyncd) the Note following though it be meafitrcd with a new rneafure, mul]: be flrooke with the fore- finger, and the

other

belonging to "Lute~playing41

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od~cr notes ~ith the thombe and [ore-fil:ger ,one after another:Y ct is thcr an exception in

this exception-for when you ~de a Gnfie~lca[ure~ with a pncl:e,as for example r· and there follow It many Notes jthe Hrfi whereof 15 f3 -,or If you meet with Iuch a one f.~ and after it filch a one ~) although the. mcalirre with a pricke doe goe before, yet mull that which follow~s.')corlcr-arie to this rule.begin with the Thomb~.For example of this Rule and other rhings which I haue tormcrly propounded, let this fuffice : for the better vnderflanding whcreof,qote that the letters which you (hall unde without a pricke added to them)

rolla be Ilroke with the right hand Thornbe .thofe which haue a pricke fet -by them or Vi1- Wherefore the

. . I numbers be-

der them_,wtth'the;Jore-fmger, the other numbers doe {hew tne application of other let- fore the letters

ters played tQgether : the number of 2.Ggnifieth the middle finger: the number of3' the (Cbllelh ..

next finger.

The Example (Jf the firft Rrtle.

"£'1 1" 2· 1":z. ,.,. ....

____"--____'--_'~"'D _------- -~ --->-"- --"-'- ----------

_~-..,.:-...l---...-----3-~4 __ . 4~A _ _f1_. __ • _

___ -~~~- _ L_:.:::Q3_'_1_.£J _

. ~---- ..£L _..:Ll_...£_2 ----

_ ___,...----,__~--------~I---------

__ --------~~-----....53.. ,____. _

EX,lmplt of tht pcoml Rf~te. Example of the thJrd RfJte. Exam;!(}o!thejfJllrth RII/e.

r . ~ ~ r r.~ F

___ ~ .~ ~.£L __ 1=" ::3;?___£' "'b __£__g_~23E~~-i

_..L2_JJ__..L_Q._::3;?__:£n;.~_£,2- L2.. • • • _J.L4_ _£L3_~-L~3 .

. _:lt~_. _:_ __ . . . _::12_3_ 3 ~3 _sa.2L __ • JJ..2 +~

_..1:..1.--------"-.1:..1-- _ ~ __ ~_ _a[_' __ _£l_l '

_.n.. ----.sa.. .c, ------'---'-- _JL.L --. _..:L JL'

__ ~_______ _ _ _~. _--:-- ._Jl JL

.£1. .An Example Ofl1?t exception from the fourtl) Rule.

r ~ r r F-fl r

_.___ { t_..a.._~_ "L:J 3_.£L t-~-_a-~ 2-1------

_. . __ 4_ _rt_._ . ..1:.. -...1!..----t:t)4- --------~

~~3------ ~3_~.__., __ 3_ _-- __ .-- __

. ,I .,

,_... . ===== =:=. -,. ~ .. _Jl. ======

There things being wellobferued.know that the two firfl fingers may be vfed in Dimi- Of playing nutions very well il~!leed of the Th?l1lbc: and,the fore-finger,~fthey be placed. wi~h.r0me ~~~I[;~C[WO BafesJo that the middle finger be 111 place ofrhe Thombc.which ThOl11b c whtlfi 1t 15 oc-

cupied in Hriking at leal] the Bafes, both the hands will be grace:d,and that vnmanly mo-

tion ofrhe Arme (which many cannot fa well auoide) 111111 be fhnnncd. But if with the

faid Diminutions there be not fet Bafcs which are to be ftopped, I will no t counlell you

to vferhe two fid! fingers, but rather rheThombe and the: fore-finger: neither will I win)

you to vee the two fore fingers,if you be to procecde (that is to runne) into the fourthJfift or

Iixt firing with Diminutions fet alfo with fome parts. Betides you [hall know that low letters A good N()t.;~ placed in the Bares, from the fourthChorlis to the ninth, if they be noted with this time F

may more fitly )nay mut] all be Ilrookc with the Thombc.and mol] commonly fo they are flroken.although this time ~ be put to them J as you (hall more eafily icc in the example

following:

fr fr r ~ r

-----.-----':Q__·~----$1-1--..- --- =t---'____

__ . .h l.l ~..fL ---

• ~J:i:l "-0 3~J.1:.1 __ -CL _- _

• _£l___£__L_ ~ --L2. _hl-±~_-----

______ -L ~ 3_..:L_..£L .£L..£2._

~ - ~ _ _£ 0 _ _..., _ __---

Cz

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I could win) you take as much paines inmarking the Mcaiurcs.as in the other (orlllcr rules, cfpeciall y if you be a beginner' be not too hattie in handling the Lv T E, for I dare promiie you faithfully and without deceit, that nothing is more fit to fecond this buundTc [hen patience in the beginning: for .nothing can, b~gottcn in an inO:ant,and YOLI mull: nor: rhinke to play your Icflous prcfcntly at fiHt fight)fcr that is impofsiblc. Whcrfore take no other care bur andy to Ilrikeall the Griffes and Notes that arc in the middle: 'betwixt them well and plaincly,rhough !lowly: for within a while.whcrhcr you will or no,ydu will get a: habit of fwiftndfe. Neither can you get that clccrc cxprefsing of Notes, ,'nldfeyou doe ,:fc your ielfc to that in the beginning: whicI: c1~lnc deliuery eucry man that fauours Mu(ickc, doth farrc prefcrre before all the [wlftnc{fc and vnrcafonablc noyfe that can. be. This J11GlrcI will tell you, YOLI muf] be carefiill when you beginllc to Icarne to carry your body comely, and the right hand Iledely, Some there be that binde their right hand with a napkin or girdle whilLl: they playvpon the Lv 'I' n, that thcymay Iccmc to moue nothing but their fingers & iOYllts!lwhich Y01ll11uH V[C [0 that in running they may feernc fcarccly tobc·moucd: in Iike Iort 111Ufl: you vic the Thombe and the fore-finger •.

YOLI Ibould hauc fame rules for the Iwcct relifhes and Ihakcs if they could be exprefled here, as they are on the Lv 't E : but feeing they cannot by [peach or writing be expreffed, thou wert bell to imitate [orne cunning player.or get them by thine owne prac}ife_,onc:.., Iy take heed, leafi in making too many {bakes thou hinder the perfection of the Notes, In fomme, if YOll affcCl: biting founds, as fome men call them, which may very well be vied, yet vfe them not in your running, and vfethern not at all but when you iudgethem decent,

Take this for a farewell: that this diuine Art,whkh at: this time: is by fo great men followed, ought to be vfed 'by thee with th:lt great gracefulnc{fc which is fit for learned men to vfe,and with akinde of maieflie : yea,fo that thou haue any skill in it be not afhamed at the requell of honefl friends tofhew thy cunning: but if thou chancefl to get an habit of perfection, prophanenot the Goddelfe,with making thy Ielfe cheape for a, fleight

ga.ine.

I haue fet downc no rules for tranfpofing out of Muficke to the Scale of the Lv 't!.'l became you haue that deliuered in the moil: elegant field of Emanuel Adriantu ,an excellent Mufitian.and in many other Bookes.Thercfore take in good part this one: Methode of praClifing on the Lv T E howfocuer it be : compofed in Iiicli fort-as an ingenious man .);tnd one that profdfeth another Art could attayne vnto: receiue it I fay with as kinde a heart as I offer 'it with, and [0 1 Ihall be Icady hereafter to furnifh thee with fame other workc of mine owne more: Ierious, F arewetl.

FIN 1 S.

OTHER NECESSARY

Obferuations belonging to the L V 'T E;1J

By 10 H N D 0 V LAND, Batchelcr of Muficke,

For Ch,ifing of LlIte-jlriflgs.

~~~~~~~ Hen wee take in hand ro infimCl: or teach a man on the L v r E_, wee doe filppofe that heeknoweth before (be hee neucr fo rude) what a String, a Fret, a SroPJ a Stroke, &ceo rneanerh: therefore it were not conuenient for a T eacher to fland VpOll ellery [mall point and matter that may be thought appertayning to the Art ofLuce-playing, but to Icauc and let paffc Oller Iornc thingsJ:l5 apparant ofrhemfelues.or c.uic to be difccrned of ellery learner, by Nature, Scnfe, Reafcn.or

. common Experience) and therefore we will oncly entreat and gillC

rcfolution of thofe things which arc moil nccdlull: of which chnfing of LMt:-Jlrir;gs is nor rhe lcafl, Ordinarily therefore wee choofe Lllte-jlrir{gs by the frcfbndfcJor new making: the which appeares V!1(O vs by their deere and oylincfle.as they lye in the Boxe or bundle; yet herein we are often deceiued.for Oylc ~t any time will make firings locke cleerc, and therefore this tricke is roo too comrnonly vfcd to them when they arc old.

Now bccauic Trebles are: the principal] fi:rings wee necdc to gec;>choofe them of a fain: and clccrc whitifh gray .or afh-colour Jand take one of the knots in YOllr hand.but Icrir not be: too Iinall, for thofe gille 110 found, befides they will be either rotten for lacke of fhbHancc, or cxtrcarnc [rllie. Al{o opcn the boures of one of the ends of the Kncr.nndthcn hold it vp againfl the light) arid lookc that it be round and finooth : but if you difcerne it to be curlie, as the thread ora curled Cypris.or horfe hayrc.rwhich you may as well [cdc as fcc) then rcfufe them) although they be both cleere and Ilrong, becaufethofe firings were not well twilled, and therefore will neuer be true on the Inflrument, For trying the:

Hrength of there firings, fame doe fct the top of their fore or middle finger OIl one of the ends of the Knot, which if they finde {liife, they honld them then as good; bur: jf it: bend as wee fay, throllgh a dankifh weakcneffe, then they arc not {hong. Some ::tgainc doe take the end of the fi:ring between their teeth, and they plucke it, and thereby ifit b reake fafeld at the end, then it IS {hong) but ifit brcake flubbed then it is WCQ](C. This Rule a1[o is houlden for the brel1dng of a fi:ring betweene the hands. The beitway ,is to plucke out an end of the thing (if the feller will luffer YOLl, if hce will not aif:.lre your [elfe that thofc firings which hee Iheweth you are old or mingled,)and then looke for the clcerne!fe and faults before Ipoken.us alfo for fafeting with little ha yres. And againe locke amongfl: the boutes, at one end of the Knot, that the il:ring be not parted, I rneane one pcece gre:1t and another fmall, then draw it hard betweene your hands) to try the firengch, which done) hould it vp againe againfi: the light betweene yom hands, and rnarke IV hethcr it be clcere ~$ before; if It be not but looke muddie, as a browne thread, Iiich flrings arc old, and haue bccnc rubbed Oller with oylc to make them clccre. This choofing of firings is not alone for Trebles, but allo for [mnll and great Meancs ; greater firings though tbey be ould arc better to be borne w irlull.fo the colour be good 1 but if they be frdh and new they will be clccrc againihhc Ii ght) though their colour b e b lackifh,

Now agrinc fame old firings will hould well the Ilretchlng betweenc your hands, yet when you fct them on the Inftrumcnt they will fiickc, (and rife by Ilarrs) in the Nut.and there brcake, ellen in the mning: the beD: remedy when rhdlrings flicke f6.) rs to rub the

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little nickes of the Nut, (in which the firing Ilides) with a little Oyle, Waxe.or black lead. Jf YOll defirc to choole firings that arc not falfe, that the maker cannot promife YOu; but there is a rule for the knowledge thereof by fight after theflring is drawn out.which being it is fo ordinarie and fo well knowne, I hould it not fit to trouble YOll with the relation, Somcflnngs there arc whlchare coloured.outofwhich choofethelighteil:'colours) viz, . . among Greene ~hoofe the.Sea-water, of Red t,hc Carnation, and ofBlc~ the Y\:~tchet.

Nowthefe Ilrings asthey arc of two forts, VI{l.,.~~eat a~~d Small: fu either fort IS pad vp in fimdry kindes,towit,theone[o~tof finaller ~rmgs( VI' hich come from R om« ~nc;l other parts of Italy) arebound vp by certame Dozens In bundcls, thcfe are very g00d If they be new) ifnot.their ftrengrh doth Ioone decay: the other fort arc pact vp in Boxes.and come om of Germany: of thefc" thofe firings which come from ll'Jonn81:m and Mtldorpt,are and continue the bei]. Likcwife there is a kinde of firings of a more Iirllcr and larger fort then ordinary(which we call Ganflrs.) Thefe firings for the Iizes of the great andfinall Meanes, are very good, but the Trebles arc 110t Ilrong, Yctalfo there is another fort of the finaller :firings" which are made at Liltornia ill Tufcanie : thefe firings are rolled vp round together, as if they were a companie of horfe hayres, Thefe are good if they be ncw,but thet are burhalfe Knots. Note there is forne Roreofthefe come hither lately, and are here made vp, and paffe for whole Knots, For the greater forts or Bare firings) fome are made at Nurmb.ur~e)and allo'at Straeshurgt)and'bound vponely in knots like other firings. Thefe ihirigs are excellenr.if they be new.if notJthey fallout flarke falfe. The befl ftrings of this kinde are double knots ioyned together)and are made at Bologna in Lumbardie, and from thence are fcnt to f/t1)ice: ~om wh!ch place they ~re tranfporred to the ~artes ,an~ thcr:fore coml1:]onlY'caIledPe1llce Catllnes. The bell time for the Marchant IS to prouidc Ius firings at Michaelmas.for then the firing-makers bring their befi ftrings which wcrernade in the Summer to Franckford,and Lyp~i,g Mattes, Contrarily at Ealler they bring their Winter firings) which are not fo good.

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Of fitting the r{ght jiz,tS of Strings vpon the Litle.

FOR the well ordering and fetdng 011 the right fizes of firings vpon the Lute, the fen-

ces of Seeing and Feeling is required. Whcrefore 6ril: haue contideracion to the greatndfc or [malncire of the Inllrument, and thereby proportionably fize your firings, ;lppointing for the bigger Lute the grcater firings, and for the lefler Lure the finaller Ilrings, which being fo thought 011, firfl Iet on your Trebles, which inuf] be flrayned neither too fiiffenor too ilacke,butoffilch a reafonable height that they may deliuer a pleafantfound, and alfo (as Mufitions call it) play too and fro after the Ilrokes thereon. Secondly" Ieton your Bafes.In that place which you call the fixt firing, or rvt1 thefeBafes mui] be both of one bigncs, yet it hath beene a generall cuflome (although not fo much vfcd any where as here in England) to feE a Iinall and a great firing together, but arnongl] learned MuHdons that cuflornc is left, as irregular to the rules of Muficke, But to our pllrpoic: tilde double Bales likewife mull: neither be flrerched too hard.nor too weake.but that they may according to your feeling In flriking with your Thombe and fin gel' equally counterpoyfe the Trebles) yeelding from them a low or deepe found, difiant from the Trebles an Interuall called Di/diapa.fol1. Now the Bafe being ordered.proceede to the Tenor.which firings mull be fo much finaller then the B:lfe, that they may reach a Dilltd/llron higher, that is, a fourth, ortofav better, foure Notes higher ithat being done, {l;rike the Tenor with your Thombe, alid the Treble with your fore-finger both together, and you {bail heare them found the Interuall Dif~(on cum Di"pmte. Thus as die founds increafe in height, fo the firings muf] decreafe 111 greatnetfe. Likewifc byrhe contrary,for thole AUff

flrils, which are the Ieaucutb, eight and ninth firing,&c. keeping the former counterpeife as if they were equall things waighed in an euen Ballance.

of

belonging to L.ute ... pbying.

affretting the 1,11 tc,

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A L~I:otlg~l !t ~nay be: th?llght we doe not herein ke,cpe a good DeCOrtl711J_ bccaufc our

. dJicourie 15 f:iri1oHrctt1l1g the Lure.rather then o] Iuning)whichis moil: commonly vfcd: yet for that we mcane this to Schollers, and not Maifkrs (feeing both rhele things are [0 needefiill) I haue rather chofen this (ubiec[ firil:,hopinS h:ttby to make the caficr induction ~o T uning.:wl;ich part is not tb~ leafT >an~ of moil ~ldlrcd ,becauic between Frc[(ing and. TU111l1g thel~e IS .5 trJ~phonte by Anttpho~~e J ti1:lt is to J,ay, through t!lC winding vp and lemng downe of the fir1l1gs, an Accord rilcth from Dilcord, fa as of contrary Notes is compofed a fweet Tune) which doth concurrc and after a Iort of meeting t1l2ctLcr, bril::lg foorth by their agrecmcnt that found which plc.uerh the Earc. Vvheretore ':lo. that fanlotls ~Lliller in Muiicke Al1drCitf Ornitbopsrci«, faithin lib.r. cap-3- of his .Mjcro!~~ps : a voyce IS co 111 pact of a Key and' a Sillable: ellen fa here the founds on the Lure, by which a Tenor of Notes may be cxprelled) are compact of a Hoppe and a Ilrokc.whofc dillin6tion is Ihcwed by Stliings called of the auncient Mufitions PthoIJa(}s) and alfo by Frets called Ncrttl; cillri;tntl,s lib, 1. Dedocbn, Now thefe frets of lace yccr~s were but [callen in numocr) as witnclieth f],ms Gerle L:ltcnin, Citizen and Lutc-rnukcr of Nftrmbttrgt', (Cor {() he Ililcrh hirnfelfc ill his booke of 'Dl/Jletftre,printed I 'i 3 3') and Io the Ieaucnth f~ct (according to the Monochord in the I?i~ltonike order) rcllcd vpon the Dispent«, Yet prclcntlv after there \V;JS added an cight fret: for my fclfe was borne but thirty yecrcs after Hans Gerlcs bookc was primed) and all the Lutes which I can remember vied eight frets) and [0 ended at the S cmitonium cum Dispente.

But yeLlS Pl.uits« faith, Nature rhirllinsa[terknowleclge, is alwaves defirous to inuent and Icckc morc.h y the witrie conccit(which I hauefccnc, and not ~!togcthcr to be difalowcd) of our moll tunotls countriman Mr.lv.ftlthJ..rs .M/lm, Lurcnitl.and one of the Groomes of his Maictlics moll honourable Priuie Chamber, (as it hath ben told mc.) inucnted three frets more) the: which were made of wood) and glucd VpOl1 the bclly,and from thence about rome few ),cc:rcs aftcr, by the French Nation, the ncckes otrhc Lutes wcrc lcngrhncd, and rhcrcbv incrcaicd two frets more, fo as all thofe Lutes \N hich arc moil: rcccined and ditircd, arc ofrcnl1c frcts. Now to place thefe frets aright, whereby wee may make vle or thefe various founds by them caufed, there is two wa yes: the one is the deuine fence of Hcarinu, which thole that be skilfiill doc man v[e, and according to the opinion of the Stoila, JS a Spirit rCilching fi'ol11 the Vnderltanding to the Earcs.and thereby (rfcer rlJC Inflrumcnt is tuned opcn)doe Icr them in their order; yet as C.dtttJill-f in d111Jitio & tr(Jgr~ftlf. /I1l1Jicis j~l irh, the fence of Hearing of all others deceiucth moil, and cannot difcerne and iudgc ofrhc founds in the Iinaller Inrcruals. To this agrectl1 VAlia Pl.uentinu« in lib.z , cap.j.ofh s Mufickc, wherein hec wrircth that thole founds muilbc ceniirrcd and pondered with naturall Inftrumcnts, and not by the Earcs, whofciudgemcntis dull, but by wit and rcafon,

Now the certaintie thereof was 6rfl: fonnd out (as Petrus COfIJ~fter in Hiflori,l SChOltlflicfl, [lith) by Ilth.ziJ waighing of his brother Tub,tis Hammers: bur mol] Authors ~ttribllte this VI1tO Pith,tgor,tJ, (the [anne of .Mn~farcht(.s a Sarnian borne) the 6rfl author of the name of Philofophic, who flourifhcd in the time of Cambiccs king of Pertia, feauemy yeeres after the captiuitie ofBabilon ended:whcn Tarquiniu: {t"pa/:JI{s the bft King of the Rornaincs raigned: more then fixe hundred yccres after the: dcllmCtiol1 of Troy, and (1l1C hundred yccrcs before the birth of Chrif], and the manner of it was thus. PJt/J,~~or'f.J [carching after a ccrtu inc dilbncc of Intcruuls, kft the iLldgemcllt of the Ea res, and went to the rules of'Rcafon : fm bee would not gillc credit to 111.1I1S Ea res, which arc cl1:lll11gcd partly by Nature, partly by outward accidents : as for example, leta companic of Lurcnitls, Violins, &c. which be CkilfllU, play each. arret" othcr.aud YOII [ec cucry one as the In (lTII IU-:1lC COIl1- mcth to him) Tunc according to the illdgcmcnt of his OWIlC Eare. Bcfidcs, PitJ};1.~n!:'CJ was gillen to no Inttrumcnts, alJlOngfl: which com monly there groweth 111:10h vanctle. and

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'vnccrtaintie being that ellen now if you will regard the firings, the Ayrc being moyf] dulles their found, or dry, makes them dry, or by fome other accident doth chaul1gcthc flare of their former conflancie.Now .being aU other Inflruments were fubiect to .the Iamc, hee accounting all thefe things to be of no waight nor truth, did with great toyle fludie a long time how hee might learne the fume and conflant courfe of Concords. Meane whilc(as God would haue it) parsing by the Smith (bops,hee heard the beating of their Hammers, and that of diners founds there was as it were one confenr, Vvherefore amazed :;r,t this, hee fet to thatworke which he had long intented.and pondering long thought tharthe fircngth of the Ilrikers did make the diuerfitic of the founds: which that it might be more euidentvnto l~im,hee bad them change hammers.but the propertie of the founds was not in-the Armes of the Ilrikcrs )bllt in the hammers which were chaunged : wherefore ·marking that, hee takes the waight of the hammers, and being by chance there fiue ham.mers, they were found to be duple in waight, which anfwc:red rhernfelucs, according to

the ~oncord of a Ditlpa[on, at?d that whicAw,as d~lple to the leaf], hec found to be' as ifq'li ... .tertiato another, to whom it founded a DtlltejJarol1. And aga1l1e hee found that the fame ·duplewasasdquialterto-that,with which it was ioynedin a Diapmte concord. Now l'hQ(c two, to whom the former duple was ;proued to be a sefql#ittrtiIH and s~{qui"Jttr, were

.found to keepe. a Sifquioctaua proportion one with another betwixt th~m(efues: and the lift hammer whichwas a. difcord to all of them was.reiected. Whereas therefore before PithagortU his time, the Muficallconcords were called partly Villpafon, partly Diapew.te, and partly Diat~/Jaron, which was thought the Ieafl of all Concords. Wherefore PithICgoras was the uril that by this rneanes found out by what proportion this diuerfirie of .. founds was loynedtogether.

And to make that which is fpoken more plaine, let there befor examples Iake of hammCIS foure waights, which let be comprehended in the numbers vnder-written, 12.9.8. and 6. Thofe hammerswhich waigh u.and 6.poundsJ did l1:dI<e a Dilllttfi", or eight COIlcord in the duple ~ the hammer that waigbed I2. 'to the hammer of 9. pound waight,and fartbC!r the hammer of 8. pound, to the hammer of 6. pound.according to the StJquitfr#A proportion, were ioyned in a Concord of a. fourth, or in a DiateJfaron: then the 9.pottnd hammerto that of 6;:and of ra, to 8.did mingle a fift or Diapenff,in the S ifiJlliattmt proportiou.Againe, the hammer of 9- to that of 8. did found in aSifrJlJioctltlia proportion. Wherefore returning backeagainefrom hence.andfearching by manifold tryals,whethcr the whole nature of Concords did canuU inthefe proportions, and fo fitting the waights (which anfwered the late found proportions) to !l:rings, hee iudged of their Concords by his Bare. Then onerfeeing the doubleneile and halfe of the firings length, and fitting the other proportions, he gat a moil true rule out of his manifold experience, and was exceedingly ioyed thathee had found that which in all things anfwered with the truth: hitherto are Bo(tills his words.

Thus the Intcruals being found out by waight and number, wee will endeauour to fet: them downe by meafure: whereby the ignorant may perceiue by this vndiuided Trinitie, that the finger of God framed Muficke, when his Word made the World. Wherefore take a thinne flat ruler of'whitifhwoode, and make it iuias long andftraight as from the inward fide of the Nut to the inward fide of the Bridge, then note that end which you meanc to the Bridgewithfomefinall marke, and the other end with the letter .A .beciule you may know which belongeth to the one and to the other: then lay the ruler vpona Table, and take a payre of compa!fes and Ieeke out the iuf] middle of the Ruler: that 110tC with a pricke, and fet the letter N. vpon it, which is a Diapafin from the A. as appeareth by the O:rildng of the firing open e . Secondly, part the dlilances from.N. to D.in three parts, then the firil part giues YOll the Ieauenthfretfrom the N ut,making a Di~pmte: in that place alfo fet a pricke, and vpon it theletter H. Thirdly, deuide the diflance from the letter f./ .to the letter A.in elcauen parts: two of which parts from A. glues the Grft fi:c:t,note that with a pricke, andfct the letter B. thereon, which maketh a Sanitone.Fonrthly, dluide the difiance from H. to the letter A.in three parts.one ofwhich parts from A.vpward fheweth the: fecond fret, note that with a pricke, and fet the letter c. vpon it, which maketh fl whole

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Tone from.d. Fifdy .diuidc th~ dHbn~c fr~m N_. to 4. into two partsJ there th~ fi't~itp;-;c fheweth you the firO: fret) fO~lIld~ng a DJAt~ll.-rotJ: In that place alfo fet a prickc.and VpOI1 it rhcletrer F.Ttle fixe fret which IS a G. muf] be placed iuf] in the midddl: betwixt F. and H. which rnakerh as tmidiapmte .Scucnthly )diuide the difl:ance from the letter B .to A.in three parcs,which being done.rneafure from the B.vpwards foure times and an halfe and chat wil giue you the third fret/oundin~ a ~emidit(J~e:mark that ,alfo \~ith a prick,& fet'thereon [he letter D.thcn Ietthe fourth fret iul] In the middle.the which wil be a perfect dit()m~ then take one third part from B. to the Bridge.and that third part from B ,rnaketh 1.\\1 hich foundcth Semit()f1irem cum Di,1pentc,then take a third part from the Bridge to c. rll1d that third part makerh s.which foundcrh T0f1t!4 cum dj,tpmte,or an Hexacbordo 17Mior.Then take Cine third part from D,ro the Bridge, and that third part from D.l1llkcth L.which Ioundcth Ditonsa cum Diapent«, Now take your Lv 'r E, and lay ir vpon a Table vprighr, and fet the Ruter cdgcwifc, betweene the nut and the bridge,andthereby fet little marks vpon the nccke of rhc Inlirumcnt ellen with thofe on tho: mler.becaufe thofe arcrhe places on which your frets mufl Iland.

Thus haue you the perfect p!acing of your ten frets, which taketh away tharIcruple by which many arc dccciucd , when they C1Y the frets are £dfc.Nore here alfo,wcc doc not trY.the frCtS',2S wee tri,e the fhings ; but (now knowi!lg their place~) Iize [hem righrIy,for which any kinde ofHrmg will Ierne, I mcanc whether they be true or £tIle) new or old, oncly take heed that YOLl ict nor J great flccwhcrc a {mall one 1110uJd be,& fo by conrrJry: for eucry fret doth feme as a JJ,tg.rde: therefore doc this; let the two firfl: fi'ets ncercll the head of the Infhumcnr (being rhc grcatefl:)be of the fize of your Countertenor.then the third and fourth frets muf] be of the fizc of your grca t Mcancs : the 6ft and fixr frets of the (ize of your lin all MC:lI1CS : and all the [eft Iizcd with Trebles. There rules feme aIfo for Viols, or any other kinde of Inflrum cnt whereon frets are tyed.

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BEing there is [llch Symphonic by Anriphonie, which procccdcth through the winding vp and letting down of the O:rings,:l.s is abouc faid,and therein affirmed by 1'LllttlYch,to be one kinde ofwilcdomc, which (taith he) is called M v SIC 1\ E. 1 win. thole who a(fumc vnto thcmfclucs the name of M_aiHer,(by infirt.lCl:illgof others) co prouidc and Iinde out Iomc good and ncccffiry rules tor the tLlning of the L V 'I' 1!,Il0t andy for rhcir ownc care, but alio tlJr the Scholers prefent good, oec.iufe it is mo!1: needfuJJ. Againc) though the Maillcr be ncuer Io diligent, painefiill.and induflrious.ycr three things are required in the Scholer, ncccflary for the obtaining thereof) uis: Nature, Reafon, and Vie: bccaulc this Harmony dcpcnderh of Science and humane Art, which the vnderfl:anding rcruincrh by Mu(1clll habit. And from hence it is.that in M v s 1 C K a not onely the Ienfe.but aifo V11- derHancling IS weakened, Wherefore I exhort all Practitioners on this Inflrumcnt to the learning of their Pricke-fong, alfo to vnderfland the Elements and Principles of that knowledge, as an elpeciall great helpe, and excellent worker in this Science, and Ioone attained, if [be Teacher be skilfull to inflruc] aright: for which purpofe I did Iarely fet forth the Vvorke of that mol] learned Andr(lts Ornithopsrcus his ,},fjCyo/O[,'U, in the EngliOl tongue Allo the duty of the Lu~c-mafl:er is ~o reach thtm, the r vt vp?n the Inlhumcnr, that thereby they may both difccrnc thofe degrees which arc continuall, and.alfo thofe difcrect Internals, which belong to the tuning of an Inflrumcnr , Now this intelleCt appcarcth vnto vs commonly by the fiibtilc lenfe of Hearing ( which is of fo great price, that P lotinus, the chicfe of the Plaronicall farnilie , makcth it like the bc'autie of the Soule.) For which caufc, [orne haue fer forth Rules to approue the agreement of Concords by Vnilons and Octanes, which indccde is true, when the Infhnnenr is tuned, but by what order thole fl:rings mull be Itt vp or downe.to Chew the finding Ollt thereof) I hauc nor (eene declared by ~ny. Therefore according to

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JDillcowne experience: brU, let the Scholerpractife to fet ellery one of the paires in an. vnifon, which being well vnderflood : Secondly, let him tunc his Bares and one of his Tenors in the Vnifon : Thirdly, let him raife the founds of the Bafe, by fioPpil1g thereon, .and then make the Tenor found open, to that found which ~as Ilope in the Bare: this rule muf] be.followed betweene the Bafe and the Tenor vntill the Tenor be ill the rn;fon with the Bare in the letter F : and then tune both the Tenors together, but,fuppofe you hauetuned your Tenor too hj~h, then you Iball fin de it in fome cifthofe places aboue the F, as in G, H, &c. Wherefore let it downeagaine to F. This fame courfe muirbe kept through our.onely excee_ting between the Contratenor and the ga::cat Meane, in which the fame courfe aboue faM mufi be vied, that the great Meane may

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Pauinsfor the Lute.

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GaIIiardsfor the Lute.

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