Book of songs, music and poems
- Seventeenth century music and commonplace manuscript by Scottish assistant schoolmaster, musician and session clerk Robert Taitt. The volume contains Scottish and English catches and airs, with their associated lyrics, collected and compiled by Taitt. The volume also contains some writings on music theory and teaching as well as passages from Samuel Butler’s Hudibras and William Geddes’ Saints recreation, in addition to other miscellaneous poetry in Latin and English.
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Early Modern English Manuscripts from UCLA’s Clark Library