4 edition of American psalmody, or, Titles of books containing tunes printed in America from 1721 to 1820 found in the catalog.
American psalmody, or, Titles of books containing tunes printed in America from 1721 to 1820
Frank J. Metcalf
|Statement||compiled by Frank J. Metcalf.|
|Series||Heartman"s historical series -- no. 27, Library of American civilization -- LAC 40139.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||54|
' To the MS. of the Gospels are prefixed very curious lists in Anglo-Saxon of the lands, vestments, books, &c., given by Leofric to his Church, and of relics given by King Athelstan (of which another copy is preserved in the Missal); these lists are printed in the Monasticon, and the titles of the books are given in Wanley's Catalogue (p. 80). A Collection of sacred vocal music.: Containing, the rules of psalmody, and the following tunes. [Alphabetical index of thirty titles] Northampton [Mass.]:: Printed and sold by Andrew Wright, Nov. Richmond (Va.) A compilation of the ordinances of the Common Hall of the city of Richmond, in force Ma
In Dr. Hatfield's Church Hymn Book, N. Y., , it is altered to "The solemn service now is done." 2. As flows the rapid river. Life Passing Away. In Christian Psalmody, , No. 33; the Hymns for the Vestry and Fireside, Boston, ; and The Psalmist, , No. Found in a few English hymn-books, and in Lyra Sacra Americana, 3. Este’s Psalter–The Whole Book of Psalmes()–the first to provide 4-part harmony for the tunes on opposite pages in one book. Revenscroft’s Psalter–The Whole Book of Psalmes () Provided an extensive compliation of many of the psalm tunes in use at the time. Tunes appeared in 4-part harmonizations, with the melody in the tenor voice.
Besides, the Story of the Tunes, so far from being the counterpart of the Story of the Hymns, bore no special relationship to it, only a small portion of its selections answering to any in the hymn-list of the latter book. For a personal friend and practically unknown writer, to follow Mr. Butterworth, and “improve” his earlier work to the. The first newspaper in America—which, according to Tacitus, were, under the name of diurna, circulated amongst the Romans so early as the year 66—was the Newsletter, published at Boston in , but discontinued in it printed books previously 56 in , and is considered more literary than any other in the Union. A.
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Metcalf. (REF) ML U5 M3 Metcalf, Frank J. American Psalmody, or Titles of Books Containing Tunes Printed in America from to New York: Da Capo, 54 p (REF) ML U5 S6 Sonneck, Oscar George Theodore & William Treat Upton. A Bibliography of Early Secular American Music.
New York: Da Capo, p. Keyboard. Short Titles of Books Relating to or Illustrating the History and Practice of Psalmody in the United States, The Author (Philadelphia),  Frank J. Metcalf. American Psalmody; or, Titles of Books Containing Tunes Printed in America from to Charles Heartman,  Waldo Selden Pratt.
A bibliography of songsters printed in America before (Worcester: American Antiquarian Society, ) Cites 40 songsters held only by Brown University Library. Metcalf, Frank J. American psalmody; or, Titles of books containing tunes printed in America from to Compiled by Frank J.
Metcalf. New introd. by Harry Eskew. American psalmody; or, Titles of books containing tunes printed in America from to Compiled by Frank J.
Metcalf. New introduction by Harry Eskew New York: Da Capo Press, Music printing and publishing / edited by D.W. Krummel and Stanley Sadie New York: W.W. Norton, American psalmody; or, Titles of books containing tunes printed in America from to New in-trod. by Harry Eskew. [x, 54 p., fac-sims., 8vo] New York: Da Capo Press, .
$ MICHOTTE, EDMOND Richard Wagner's visit to Rossini (Paris ); and, An evening at Ros-sini's in Beau-Sejour (Passy) Trans. from the French and. American Psalmody, or titles of Books Containing Tunes Printed in America from to ; Frank J. Metcalf Da Capo Press Second edition (June ) Hardcover American Sacred Music Imprints, A Bibliography ; Allen Perdue Britton, Irving Lowens, Richard Crawford American Antiquarian Society (October ) Hardcover.
Foundation Book in Collecting American Music: The Bay Psalm Book. Hobbies 46(2) McDormand, Thomas Bruce, and Frederic S. Crossman. American Psalmody: or, Titles of Books, Containing Tunes Printed in America from to New York: Charles F. Heartman. Performance Practice in Early American Psalmody.
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is number of copies of the "Large-Paper Edition.". Containing 50 airs, song's, duet's, dances, hornpipes, reels, marches, minuets, for 1 and 2 german flutes or violins.
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The Book of Psalms: with the words printed for expressive singing and accompanied by the tunes contained in the "Scottish psalmody." (London: T. Nelson, ). Performance Practice in Early American Psalmody; Editorial Policy; Acknowledgements; Introduction to Volume II.
by Hans Nathan. THE CONTINENTAL HARMONY () Billings’s Introduction; To the Several Teachers of Music; A Commentary on the Preceding Rules; The Music; Appendix; Abbreviations and Short Titles; Commentary; Bibliography.
American Psalmody, or Titles of Books Containing Tunes Printed in America from toby Frank J. Metcalf. This page book with 8 illustrations was originally published in The second edition (ISBN x) has an introduction by hymnologist Prof. Harry Lee Eskew. America in ; it received fifty-two prindngs through (Madan was a Methodist, and his style of composidon—elaborate triple meter with lots of appoggiaturas and the melody in tbe top voice—reflected a new musical taste).
Stephenson's 'Miiford' was first published in America in and was printed sixty-eight times to A caveat. In the eldest surviving child, Abigail Adams Billings, was thirteen. A ninth child, Lucy, was born in A photograph of the page containing the Billings family record was printed in Frank J.
Metcalf, American Composers and Compilers of Sacred Music (New York: Abingdon Press, ; repr. New York: Russell & Russell, ), facing p. The American spelling book:: containing an easy standard of pronunciation.: Being the first part of A grammatical institute of the English language.
In three parts. / By Noah Webster, Jun'r. Esquire. Albany:: Printed by Charles R. and George Webster, and sold at their bookstore, in the White-House, corner of State and Pearl-streets., The Psalms of David, in metre: allowed by the authority of the General assembly of the Church of Scotland, and of the Presbyterian churches of America.
With notes, exhibiting the connexion, explaining the sense, and for directing and animating devotion. (Pittsburg. Printed and sold by J. M. Snowden, ), by John Brown (page images at HathiTrust).American War Songs. Published Under Supervision of National Committee for the Preservation of Existing Records of the National Society of the Colonial Dames of America.
Phila.: Privately printed, ; rept, Ann Arbor: Gryphon Books, American West, Vol. 5, No. 6, America's Best Loved Hymns, Collection Two. Little Rock: Leisure Arts.