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Thomas Mace
Musick's Monument, London, 1676
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Mace has 109 entries


11 Example in Gam ut Key (Thomas Mace)
F Major  (6g)    -   Mace / 114
12 Example in B mi Key (Thomas Mace)
a minor  (6g)    -   Mace / 114
13 The First Praelude beginning in that Key C fa ut (Thomas Mace)
B flat Major  (6g)    -   Mace / 115
14 The 2nd Praelude in the 10th. above the Key (Thomas Mace)
B flat Major  (6g)    -   Mace / 116
15 The Third Praelude in the Fifth (Thomas Mace)
B flat Major  (6g)    -   Mace / 119
16 The 4th Praelude in the Eighth above (Thomas Mace)
B flat Major  (6g)    -   Mace / 119
17 Here begins the First Praelude of the 8 Suits of Lessons (Thomas Mace)
B flat Major  (6g)    -   Mace / 120
18 The First Lesson of the First Sett, called the Author's Mistress (Thomas Mace)
B flat Major  (6g)    -   Mace / 121
19 The 2nd Lesson of the first Sett, Named the Off-spring (or Part of My Mistress) (Thomas Mace)
B flat Major  (6g)    -   Mace / 125
20 The 3d Lesson of the 1st. Sett, named the Cozen-German (Thomas Mace)
B flat Major  (6g)    -   Mace / 126

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