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To the Reader.
Epitome of Practical Mnfich^ For
by this happy contrivance ■', the
Cliffs, which were many, arc re-
duced into an Univerfal Cha-
racter ; the various (Lifting of
Notes in a Syfteme, or ftaff of
lines are fixed : the neceffity of
their Tranfpofitions taken away i
So that he that can Sing or Play
any one Part, may Sing and Play
all Parts \ And he that (hall
know his diffances in any one
Part, may know them in all
Parrs.
And fo great will the Benefit of
this Effay be i to thofe who will
make ufe of it, that I dont know
what to requeft more advantageous
for its acceptance, than an Ex-
periental tryal. Reader, I jJjall
therefore thinly it needlefs to treat
yon with an Apology , where your
advantage is like to be proportio-
nable

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