By Anathasius Kircher, full title: Musurgia Universalis, sive Ars magna consoni et dissoni, published 1650. From Wikipedia:
The book includes plans for constructing water-powered automatic organs, notations of birdsong and diagrams of musical instruments. One illustration shows the differences between the ears of humans and other animals. In Phonurgia Nova (1673) Kircher considered the possibilities of transmitting music to remote places.