3 edition of Psalmody epitomiz"d: being a brief collection of plain and useful psalm-tunes found in the catalog.
Psalmody epitomiz"d: being a brief collection of plain and useful psalm-tunes
by printed by W. Pearson, for T. Cox, and M. Fielding, in Hallifax [sic] in London
Written in English
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 9675, no. 08.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||96|
The only name of God in this collection is Jehovah, 11 The fifth book, finally, (Ps. –) begins with a Psalm without superscription introducing then, three Davidic Psalms, three hallelujah Psalms, six without superscriptions, followed by fifteen Psalms of degrees, among which one () bears the name of Solomon, and two (, ) the. The Bay Psalm Book is published in its third edition, its definitive form, often called the New England Psalm Book. There is, as yet, no music provided in the collection. The earliest known military band is formed in New Hampshire, consisting of fifteen oboists and two drummers. Contents: Before circa - circa - .
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Alleluia - include a respond on the work "alleluia," a psalm verse, and a repetition of the respond. The final syllable of "alleluia" is extended by an effusive melisma called jubilus Offertories are as melismatic as Graduals but include the respond only Tracts- longest chants in the liturgy, with several psalm verses set in very florid style. Similar to B Useful on eBay. Oldsmobile Auto Parts Vintage Exhaust Part. $ Vintage Reo Auto Parts Dash Part. $ Vintage Hudson Auto Parts Dash Part. $ Vintage Willys Parts Dashboard Auto Part. $ Vintage Stewart Warner Gauge .
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Psalmody epitomiz'd: being a brief collection of plain and useful psalm-tunes: both old and new, in four parts: with a plain and familiar introduction, by way of question and answer. The second edition with additions. By Ely Stansfield. Glossary: Psalmody, Hymnody and Song. Psalm: The biblical psalm, or the psalm as translated in its original structure (English, Latin, etc.).
Psalter: A collection of biblical psalms, with or without musical notation, for use in worship. Metrical Psalm: A biblical psalm translated into (English) verse, either "close fitting" or es: "All People That on Earth Do Dwell" (Psalm One of the most popular was A Collection of Psalm Tunes (3/ ) by Stephen Addington, an Independent minister at Market Harborough, who provided a tune for each psalm and hymn.
He wanted ‘all who have Breath and Voice to praise the Lord; and therefore would be far from encouraging either Clerks or Choirs of Singers to introduce such Tunes. Plain Circle Tune Book, compiled by John Bayer, Jr. and Karen Willard. This compact page soft-bound book is a collection of tunes, organized by meter and title, used among plain folks of the (Old) Brethren, German Baptist, Mennonite, and Primitive Baptist denominations who use words-only hymnals (such as the ones listed above) in their.
THE PERFORMANCE OF ENGLISH PROVINCIAL PSALMODY c. Sally Drage MUSIC ANTHOLOGY Submitted in accordance with the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy The University of Leeds School of Music A Collection of Psalm Tunes for Publick Worship (Market Harborough, The Psalm Singers Help, being a Collection of Tunes in Author: Sally Drage.
25 When PSA was reprinted after Billings’s death, the anonymous publisher—perhaps John Howe of Greenwich, Massachusetts—sought to make the work more widely useful by adding a theoretical introduction and a collection of psalm-tunes, partly drawn from MM.
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2 “Advertisement,” PSA, p In Billings had written that he had a second volume of music “consisting chiefly of Anthems, Fuges and Chorus’s” that would be published if NEPS met “with Encouragement” (WBI, p. 4).In he noted that “the Book of Anthems was just on the point of publication, when Hostilities commenced between Britain and the Colonies.”.
The concept Hymns, English represents the subject, aboutness, idea or notion of resources found in Boston University Libraries. It is not stated that he ever assigned any reason for his as- sertion, while the circumstance of his being a German and a Lutheran, would incline him, in speaking of psalm tunes, to associate one so popular in England as was the Old Hundredth, with others which he well knew originated in his native community.
psalmody. Following the introduction are three ap-pendixes and the critical commentary. Ap-pendix I is an historical commentary (called "Tune biographies") on each piece, giving its source, text source, first publication, first American publication, a brief musical de-scription, and a record of its publication in American tunebooks.
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The earliest source of O Lord give thy Holy Spirit is an orphan partbook, London, British Library, Add. the uppermost voice of a substantial collection of music. Illustration 1 shows folio 79v of this manuscript, containing nearly all of Tallis’s brief anthem.
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by J.B. Aikin. Philadelphia: T. Collins,c Author: Nancy McGuire. A Collection of Choice Psalm-tunes, Suited to the Several Measures both of the Old and New Version; Engraved in a Correct Manner, and is Designed for the Improvement of Psalmody, in the Congregations, both in Town and Country: All Being Composed in Three Parts, Collected from the Best Masters.
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The ﬁrst book published in America was The Whole Book of Psalmes Faithfully Translated Into English Metre, commonly known as The Bay Psalm Book. It appeared in in the Plymouth colony in. Two important 'tune book' publications from the s were, A Collection of Thirty Standard Psalms Tunes in Vocal Score by George Allan and A Collection of Psalm Tunes Comprising the Best Compositions in General Use: Harmonised for Four Voices, with An Arrangement for the Organ or Pianoforte by W.
Johnson. The emphasis of the literary and poetical elements in hymns has produced some most valuable sacred lyrics, notably the hymns of Keble and Heber; but occasionally it has also led to such refinement, to such sought-out subtlety, and to such conscious preciosity that the virility and emotional contagion of what might have been an otherwise really effective hymn have been lost.
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