Robert Hooke's Trinity College 'Musick Scripts', his music theory and the role of music in his cosmology

Annals of Science 40 (6):559-595 (1983)
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(1983). Robert Hooke's Trinity College ‘Musick Scripts’, his music theory and the role of music in his cosmology. Annals of Science: Vol. 40, No. 6, pp. 559-595

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