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American psalmody a collection of sacred music, comprising a great variety of Psalm and hymn tunes, set-pieces, anthems and chants, arranged with a figured bass for the organ or piano forte ; designed for private devotion or public worship by E. Ives

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Published by F.J. Huntington in Hartford .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Sacred Choruses,
  • English Hymns,
  • Psalms (Music),
  • Tune-books

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesAmerican tunebooks., Benson collection of hymnals and hymnology
Statementby E. Ives, Jun
The Physical Object
Pagination365 p. of music ;
Number of Pages365
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25583017M

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Psalm Singing Revisited, the Case for Exclusive Psalmody (booklet) by Bruce C. Stewart. Worship by Dennis Prutow. Historical Books on the Psalms and/or Psalmody online History of the Scottish metrical psalms by John West MacMeeken, The Psalms, Their History, Teachings, and Use by William Binnie The Psalms in Human Life by Rowland Prothero. Book Description: Singing master Durham Hills created The Cashaway Psalmody to give as a wedding present in A collection of tenor melody parts for tunes and sixty-three texts, thePsalmody is the only surviving tunebook from the colonial-era South and one of the oldest sacred music manuscripts from the Carolinas. It is all the more remarkable for its sophistication: no similar. English and American Hymnody and Psalmody Collection. Pitts Theology Library has one of the largest collections of hymnals, hymnbooks, and psalters in North America. Particularly strong in this collection are English and American publications prior to the year , although all other areas of hymnody are collected as opportunity permits. American Psalmody – Workshop with Book of J Friday, May 10 PM Inter-American Development Bank When starting the Book of J collaboration, Jewlia Eisenberg and Jeremiah Lockwood realized that, in addition to their passion for Jewish liturgical traditions, they had a .

  “ ‘Ancient Music’ and the Europeanizing of American Psalmody, –” In A Celebration of American Music: Words and Music in Honor of H. Wiley Hitchcock, ed. Richard Crawford, R. Lott, Allen, and Oja, Carol J., – Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, Author: David W. Music. The Cashaway Psalmody Transatlantic Religion and Music in Colonial Carolina. Reviving spirit and music from the pages of a once-lost text. Singing master Durham Hills created The Cashaway Psalmody to give as a wedding present in A collection of tenor melody parts for tunes and sixty-three texts, the Psalmody is the only surviving tunebook from the colonial-era South and one of the. Exclusive psalmody is the practice of singing only the biblical Psalms in congregational singing as it is practised by several Protestant, especially Reformed denominations. Hymns besides the Psalms have been composed by Christians since the earliest days of the church, but psalms were preferred by the early church and used almost exclusively until the end of the fourth century. Journal of the American Musicological Society Vol. , No. 3 (Fall ) “‘But they differ from us in sound’: Indian Psalmody and the Soundscape of Colonialism, ” William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd ser., Vol. , No. 4 (Fall ).