The tonometer [microform] : explaining and demonstrating, by an easie method, in numbers and proportion, all the 32 distinct and different notes, adjuncts or suppliments contained in each of four octaves inclusive, of the gamut, or common scale of musick. With their exact difference and distance. Whereby the practitioner on any key'd, or fretted instrument, may easily know how to tune the same. And also, with great exactness, how to transpose any musick from one key to another, sharp or flat, higher or lower; with proper sharps or flats thereto; never before published.
- Other Title:
- Series title on container: Pre-1800 books about music as listed in RISM
- [London] : Printed by J. Cluer and A. Campbell, and sold by B. Creake, 1725.
- Pre-1801 books about music and related topics in the Library of Congress collections as listed in RISM ; Reel 206, item W-009.
24 p. illus. (music), 3 fold. plates (incl. music) ; cm.
- Musical intervals and scales.
- Microfilm. Washington : Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, [1982-1984]. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (Pre-1801 books about music and related topics ; Reel 206, item W-009). -- Reproduced from a copy in the Library of Congress.
- Cited in:
- RISM B/VI p. 878.
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