Title: A new musical grammar, and dictionary: or, a general introduction to the whole art of musick. In four books. Teaching, I. The Rudiments of Tones, Diatonick, and Semitonick; according to the Gamut. - With Rules for Tuning the Voice, and Beating of Time; the Nature of Keys, and Transposition; and of all other Characters used in Musick. II. Containing such plain and easy Directions as are necessary for Tuning, and Playing on, the Organ, Harpsichord, Bass Viol, Violin, Hautboy, Flute, Bassoon, &c. - With Songs and Lessons in great Variety; in 2, 3, and 4 Parts. - With Rules for Tuning of Bells, and Pricking of Chime-Barrels, &c. And the Structure of an Organ considered, in all its curious Branches: And a Feeling Scale of Musick for such as are blind. III. The Theory of Sound, from its Natural Causes: Or, A Philosophical, and Mathematical Dissertation thereon; in a concise and easy Method, &c. Together with the Principles of Practical Musick: Or, the most Authentick Rules of Composition, either in 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8 Musical Parts: Shewing the Allowed Passages of all Concords, and Discords; and the Contrivance of Fuge, or Canon, in great Variety. IV. The Musicians Historical, and Technical Dictionary; explicating above 550 of the most useful Terms that generally occur in Musick; as they are taken from the Greek, French, Latin, and Italian Writers. With an Account of Instruments, and their Inventors, &c. The Whole is extracted from the best Authors, both Ancient, and Modern; and methodically digested to every Capacity. - With a Preface prefactory; and a Table to the Whole. This Book the Grounds of Musick doth contain, The Organ, Hantboy, Viol, and Flute explain: How Bells are Tun'd; and how the Chimes do play; And cheerful Songs, to drive dull Cares away, &c The third edition, with large additions. By William Tans'ur, Senior, Musico-Theorico.