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APA Citation

Peerson, Martin. & Greville, Fulke.  (1630).  Mottects or Graue chamber musique Containing songs of fiue parts of seuerall sorts, some ful, and some verse and chorus. But all fit for voyces and vials, with an organ part; which for want of organs, may be performed on virginals, base-lute, bandora, or Irish harpe. Also, a mourning song of sixe parts for the death of the late Right Honorable Sir Fulke Greuil ... Composed according to the rules of art, by M.P. Batcheler of Musique.  London :  Printed by William Stansby

MLA Citation

Peerson, Martin. and Greville, Fulke.  Mottects or Graue chamber musique [electronic resource] : Containing songs of fiue parts of seuerall sorts, some ful, and some verse and chorus. But all fit for voyces and vials, with an organ part; which for want of organs, may be performed on virginals, base-lute, bandora, or Irish harpe. Also, a mourning song of sixe parts for the death of the late Right Honorable Sir Fulke Greuil ... Composed according to the rules of art, by M.P. Batcheler of Musique  Printed by William Stansby London  1630

Australian/Harvard Citation

Peerson, Martin. & Greville, Fulke.  1630,  Mottects or Graue chamber musique [electronic resource] : Containing songs of fiue parts of seuerall sorts, some ful, and some verse and chorus. But all fit for voyces and vials, with an organ part; which for want of organs, may be performed on virginals, base-lute, bandora, or Irish harpe. Also, a mourning song of sixe parts for the death of the late Right Honorable Sir Fulke Greuil ... Composed according to the rules of art, by M.P. Batcheler of Musique  Printed by William Stansby London

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  | title=Mottects or Graue chamber musique [electronic resource] : Containing songs of fiue parts of seuerall sorts, some ful, and some verse and chorus. But all fit for voyces and vials, with an organ part; which for want of organs, may be performed on virginals, base-lute, bandora, or Irish harpe. Also, a mourning song of sixe parts for the death of the late Right Honorable Sir Fulke Greuil ... Composed according to the rules of art, by M.P. Batcheler of Musique
  | author1=Peerson, Martin, 1571?-1651
  | author2=Greville, Fulke, Baron Brooke, 1554-1628
  | year=1630
  | publisher=Printed by William Stansby
  | language=English
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