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" ... the other warbling in the acute or treble. Neither of the two nations has acquired this peculiarity by art, but by long habit, which has rendered it... "
Musical and Poetical Relicks of the Welsh Bards:: Preserved, by Tradition ... - Página 35
por Edward Jones - 1794 - 183 páginas
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The Monthly review. New and improved ser, Volumen17

1795
...fymphohious harmony ; but with lefs variety, finging only in two parts, one murmuring in the bafc, the other warbling in the acute or treble. Neither...practice is now fo firmly rooted in them, that it is pnufcal to hear a fimple and finglc melody well fung. And, which is ilill more wonderful, their children,...
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The Monthly Review

Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - 1795
...the inhabitants ufe in fmging the fame kind of fymphonious harmony ; but with lefs variety, fmging only in two parts, one murmuring in the bafe, the...peculiar property by art, but by long habit, which has icndered it familiar and natural: and the praftice is now fo fimily rooted in them, that it if unufual...
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The Literary panorama

1807
...symphonious harmony, but with less variety ; singing only in two parts, oue murmuring in the bass, the other warbling in the acute or treble. Neither of the two nations has acquired this peculiarity by art, but by long habit, which has Tendered it natural and familiar ; and the practice...
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The history of Wales

John Jones - 1824
...of symphonious harmony, but with less variety, singing only in two parts, one murmuring in the base, the other warbling in the acute or treble. Neither of the two nations has acquired this peculiarity by art, but by long habit, which has rendered it natural and familiar ; and the practice...
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The Literature of the Kymry: Being a Critical Essay on the History of the ...

Thomas Stephens - 1849 - 512 páginas
...variety, singing only in two parts, one murmuring in the base, the other warbling in the treble, or acute. Neither of the two nations has acquired this peculiar...rendered it familiar and natural; and the practice is now so firmly rooted in them that it is unusual to hear a simple and single melody well feung. Their children...
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The historical works of Giraldus Cambrensis containing the Topography of ...

Giraldus (Cambrensis.) - 1863
...symphoiiious harmony, but with less variety ; singing only in two parts, one murmuring in the base, the other warbling in the acute or treble. Neither of the two nations has acquired this peculiarity by art, but by long habit, which has rendered it natural and familiar ; and the practice...
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The literature of the Kymry, a critical essay. With a life of the ..., Volumen58

Thomas Stephens - 1876
...variety, singing only in two parts, one murmuring in the base, the other warbling in the treble or acute. Neither of the two nations has acquired this peculiar...rendered it familiar and natural; and the practice is now so firmly rooted in them that it is unusual to hear a simple and single melody well sung. Their children...
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A Popular History of the Art of Music: From the Earliest Times Until the Present

William Smythe Babcock Mathews - 1891 - 512 páginas
...of symphonious harmony, but with less variety, singing in only two parts, one murmuring in the bass, the other warbling in the acute or treble. Neither of the two nations has acquired this peculiarity by art, but by long habit, which has rendered it natural and familiar; and the practice...
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