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Chautauqua hymnal and liturgy, with an introduction by Bishop John H. Vincent

Label
Chautauqua hymnal and liturgy
Title
Chautauqua hymnal and liturgy
Statement of responsibility
with an introduction by Bishop John H. Vincent
Title variation
Chautauqua hymnal
Creator
Contributor
Compiler
Publisher
Subject
Language
eng
Related
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1832-1920
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Vincent, John Heyl
Form of composition
hymns
Format of music
close score
Literary text for sound recordings
not applicable
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1841-1913
  • 1826-1888
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Hallam, Alfred
  • Lathbury, Mary A.
  • Sherwin, William F.
  • Novello, Ewer & Co.
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Chautauqua Institution
  • Hymns, English
  • Songs, English
  • Liturgy, English
  • Methodist Church
  • Revival hymns
  • Gospel music
  • Choruses, Sacred (Mixed voices) with piano
  • Responsive worship
  • Patriotic music
Label
Chautauqua hymnal and liturgy, with an introduction by Bishop John H. Vincent
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • 88 numbered hymns with music [short title header] (indicating title, general title, author or origin, name or tune and meter, composer or source)--p. 14-95
  • Includes indexes : [Contents (and)] Index of subjects--p. 4 ; Index of first lines--[1] p. at end
  • "Copyright, 1903, by Novello, Ewer & Co."--verso t.p. [with price]
  • Note : "This Hymnal was compiled for the Chautauqua Institute with the hope ... used by Chautauqua Assemblies. The assistance of Mr. Alfred Hallam, Musical Director, in selecting the music ...."
  • Topics of hymns arranged [Index of subjects] : Morning ; Evening ; The beginning of service ; The close of service ; The Lord's day ; The holy scriptures ; The church ; Praise ; The Holy Spirit ; Invitation ; Prayer and aspiration ; Trust and confidence ; The church militant ; Missions ; Heaven ; National
  • Order of sunday service [15 sections, musical selections captioned as hymns] : Organ vluntary and invocation ; Call to worship [with Trisagion (sung)] ; Responsive reading [Ps. 8]--p. 5-7 ; Anthem by the choir, or hymn by all ; The general confession [with Amen (sung)] ; Prayer [closing with The Lord's prayer] ; The apostles' creed [Amen (sung)] ; The announcements ; The scripture lesson ; Hymns by the congregation ; Sermon ; Prayer ; Closing sentences ; Gloria patri [sung] ; Benediction [Amen (sung)]
  • The Chautauqua vesper service [musical selections captioned as hymns, first two by Mary A. Lathbury (words), Wm. F. Sherwin (music)] : Evening praise [sung] written for the Chautauqua Sunday Vesper Hour ; The prayer of Thomas a ́[sic] Kempis [responsive] ; Gloria patri [sung with spoken responses] ; Break thou the bread of life [sung] (study song written for Chautauqua) ; Remarks and prayer ; Night song [sung] ; Benediction--p. 8-11
  • Chautauqua "first night" vesper service (used at the opening of the first Assembly in 1874, and on each succeeding anniversary of "Old First Night") : Responses [with scripture citations x10] ; Tunes [x4] (indicating name, meter and corresponding number in book) ; Prayer [before last two prayer and last response]--p. 12-13
  • "The first Assembly ... Tuesday evening, August 4, with ... ringing of the bell, sent ... from the Meneelys of Troy ...." ; "The camp-meeting music of the three preceding years ... not ... unworthy forerunner ... for many years of popular and classic congregational and orchestral music for which ... Chautauqua ... renowned" ; "The solitary bell of 1874 was followed in 1875 by ... three bells, and later ... eleven. Orchestral and military bands, the pipe organ in the Amphitheatre, the great chorus, distinguished pianists, violinists, singers, a summer music school of fine repute, have contributed to the pleasure of multitudes, and to the cultivation of musical taste among [those who] ... constitute ... Chautauqua constituency ...."--Introd. p. [3] (signed : John H. Vincent. Chautauqua, New York, June, 1903)
  • "... production of distinctive ... songs and hymns, now used in ... the Christian World -- ... 'Day is Dying in the West,' 'Break Thou the Bread of Life,' etc. ...." ; "... in response to this ... sentiment ... and to the demand ... created ... the present volume ... prepared"--Introd
  • Red linen binding with title and cross stamped in black on front cover ; t.p. with emblem [bible and scroll, fruit tree in background, banner with motto "The Many not the Few"]
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
1 close score (95 p.)
Note
Paper acidic. Inner front endpapers detaching.
System control number
(OCoLC)8384048
Label
Chautauqua hymnal and liturgy, with an introduction by Bishop John H. Vincent
Publication
Note
  • 88 numbered hymns with music [short title header] (indicating title, general title, author or origin, name or tune and meter, composer or source)--p. 14-95
  • Includes indexes : [Contents (and)] Index of subjects--p. 4 ; Index of first lines--[1] p. at end
  • "Copyright, 1903, by Novello, Ewer & Co."--verso t.p. [with price]
  • Note : "This Hymnal was compiled for the Chautauqua Institute with the hope ... used by Chautauqua Assemblies. The assistance of Mr. Alfred Hallam, Musical Director, in selecting the music ...."
  • Topics of hymns arranged [Index of subjects] : Morning ; Evening ; The beginning of service ; The close of service ; The Lord's day ; The holy scriptures ; The church ; Praise ; The Holy Spirit ; Invitation ; Prayer and aspiration ; Trust and confidence ; The church militant ; Missions ; Heaven ; National
  • Order of sunday service [15 sections, musical selections captioned as hymns] : Organ vluntary and invocation ; Call to worship [with Trisagion (sung)] ; Responsive reading [Ps. 8]--p. 5-7 ; Anthem by the choir, or hymn by all ; The general confession [with Amen (sung)] ; Prayer [closing with The Lord's prayer] ; The apostles' creed [Amen (sung)] ; The announcements ; The scripture lesson ; Hymns by the congregation ; Sermon ; Prayer ; Closing sentences ; Gloria patri [sung] ; Benediction [Amen (sung)]
  • The Chautauqua vesper service [musical selections captioned as hymns, first two by Mary A. Lathbury (words), Wm. F. Sherwin (music)] : Evening praise [sung] written for the Chautauqua Sunday Vesper Hour ; The prayer of Thomas a ́[sic] Kempis [responsive] ; Gloria patri [sung with spoken responses] ; Break thou the bread of life [sung] (study song written for Chautauqua) ; Remarks and prayer ; Night song [sung] ; Benediction--p. 8-11
  • Chautauqua "first night" vesper service (used at the opening of the first Assembly in 1874, and on each succeeding anniversary of "Old First Night") : Responses [with scripture citations x10] ; Tunes [x4] (indicating name, meter and corresponding number in book) ; Prayer [before last two prayer and last response]--p. 12-13
  • "The first Assembly ... Tuesday evening, August 4, with ... ringing of the bell, sent ... from the Meneelys of Troy ...." ; "The camp-meeting music of the three preceding years ... not ... unworthy forerunner ... for many years of popular and classic congregational and orchestral music for which ... Chautauqua ... renowned" ; "The solitary bell of 1874 was followed in 1875 by ... three bells, and later ... eleven. Orchestral and military bands, the pipe organ in the Amphitheatre, the great chorus, distinguished pianists, violinists, singers, a summer music school of fine repute, have contributed to the pleasure of multitudes, and to the cultivation of musical taste among [those who] ... constitute ... Chautauqua constituency ...."--Introd. p. [3] (signed : John H. Vincent. Chautauqua, New York, June, 1903)
  • "... production of distinctive ... songs and hymns, now used in ... the Christian World -- ... 'Day is Dying in the West,' 'Break Thou the Bread of Life,' etc. ...." ; "... in response to this ... sentiment ... and to the demand ... created ... the present volume ... prepared"--Introd
  • Red linen binding with title and cross stamped in black on front cover ; t.p. with emblem [bible and scroll, fruit tree in background, banner with motto "The Many not the Few"]
Dimensions
21 cm.
Extent
1 close score (95 p.)
Note
Paper acidic. Inner front endpapers detaching.
System control number
(OCoLC)8384048

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