|Creator:||Kusser, Johann Sigmund, 1660-1727|
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Holograph. Composed in England and the continent. last page, p. 448, adhered to back pastedown. Text on back pastedown illegible.
In several languages, chiefly containing musical material. Contents include: recipes and remedies, poems, an alphabetical list of the people known to Kusser, lists of various kinds of music, lists of tunings of various instruments, instructions for the preparation of a copper plate for engraving, 2 puzzle-counterpoints devised by Kusser, songs, a short treatise on the enharmonic scale, a tabulation of drum rhythms, a treatise on flute-playing, a long treatise on counterpoint, systems for bringing a spinet into equal temperament, notes on the cost of putting on a concert in Dublin, the registration of the organ at Trinity College, Dublin, and a list of 33 directions ""What a virtuoso who comes to London should observe.""
1 v. (ca. 275 l.)
10 x 15 cm.
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|Curatorial Area:||Beinecke Library|
|Curated Collection:||The Osborn Collection|
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