APA Citation

Ornithoparchus, A., Dowland, J., & Guido, d. (1609). Andreas Ornithoparcus his Micrologus, or Introduction: containing the art of singing: Digested into foure bookes. Not onely profitable, but also necessary for all that are studious of musicke. Also the dimension and perfect vse of the monochord, according to Guido Aretinus. By Iohn Douland lutenist, lute-player, and Bachelor of Musicke in both the Vniuersities. 1609. London: Printed [by Thomas Snodham] for Thomas Adams, dwelling in Paules Church-yard, at the signe of the white Lion.

Chicago Style Citation

Ornithoparchus, Andreas, John Dowland, and d'Arezzo Guido. Andreas Ornithoparcus His Micrologus, or Introduction: Containing the Art of Singing: Digested Into Foure Bookes. Not Onely Profitable, but Also Necessary for All That Are Studious of Musicke. Also the Dimension and Perfect Vse of the Monochord, According to Guido Aretinus. By Iohn Douland Lutenist, Lute-player, and Bachelor of Musicke in Both the Vniuersities. 1609. London: Printed [by Thomas Snodham] for Thomas Adams, dwelling in Paules Church-yard, at the signe of the white Lion, 1609.

MLA Citation

Ornithoparchus, Andreas, John Dowland, and d'Arezzo Guido. Andreas Ornithoparcus His Micrologus, or Introduction: Containing the Art of Singing: Digested Into Foure Bookes. Not Onely Profitable, but Also Necessary for All That Are Studious of Musicke. Also the Dimension and Perfect Vse of the Monochord, According to Guido Aretinus. By Iohn Douland Lutenist, Lute-player, and Bachelor of Musicke in Both the Vniuersities. 1609. London: Printed [by Thomas Snodham] for Thomas Adams, dwelling in Paules Church-yard, at the signe of the white Lion, 1609.

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