The temple musick: or, An essay concerning the method of singing the Psalms of David, in the temple, before the Babylonish captivity.
|Secondary Title||Wherein, the musick of our Cathedrals is vindicated, and supposed to be conformable, not only to that of the primitive Christians, but also to the practice of the Church in all preceding ages. By Arthur Bedford, chaplain to His Grace Wriothesly Duke of Bedford; and vicar of Temple, in the city of Bristol.|
|Author||Bedford, Arthur, 1668-1745|
|Publisher||H. Mortlock, at the Phœnix in St. Paul's Church-Yard; J. Walsh in Catherine street, near the Strand; and Anth. Piesly near St. Mary's Church in Oxford|
|View on Gale Primary Sources||CB0129873838|