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Eccles, Solomon 1618?-1682 ISNI National Library of France

Eccles, S. National Library of Ireland

Eccles, Solomon, 1618-1683 German National Library Library of Congress/NACO

Solomon Eccles compositeur Wikidata

VIAF ID: 15121756 (Personal)


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devil's dream National Library of France
Division to a ground Library of Congress/NACO
Instrumental music for London theatres, 1690-1699 Royal College of music, London, Ms. 1172 National Library of France
music collection at the Bodleian Library, Oxford National Library of France
A musick-lector, or, The art of musick (that is so much vindicated in Christendome) discoursed of, by way of dialogue between three men of several judgments : The one a musician, and master of that art, and zealous for the Church of England, who calls musick the gift of God. The other a Baptist, who did affirm it to be a decent and harmless practice. The other a Quaker (so called) being formerly of that art, doth give his judgment and sentence against it, but yet approves of the musick that pleaseth God. Library of Congress/NACO
Signes are from the Lord to a people or nation. - German National Library Library of Congress/NACO
Thesaurus Musicus being, A Collection of the Newest Songs performed at their Majesties Theatres; and at the Consorts in Viller-street in York-Buildings, and in Charles-street Covent-Garden. With a Thorow-Bass to each Song for the Harpsichord, Theorbo, or Bass-Viol to which is annexed a collection of aires ; The First(-Fifth) Book. National Library of Ireland
Unpublished English manuscripts before 1850, section A National Library of France

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