The Resource Sequel to melodia sacra : hymns and anthems by approved authors, arranged and harmonized for one, two, three or four voices and the organ or piano-forte by David Weyman, late vicar choral of St. Patrick's Cathedral, John Smith, Mus. Doc., composer to the Chapel Royal, Dublin, Richard W. Beaty, musical director of the Academy of Christ Church Cathedral, and others

Sequel to melodia sacra : hymns and anthems by approved authors, arranged and harmonized for one, two, three or four voices and the organ or piano-forte by David Weyman, late vicar choral of St. Patrick's Cathedral, John Smith, Mus. Doc., composer to the Chapel Royal, Dublin, Richard W. Beaty, musical director of the Academy of Christ Church Cathedral, and others

Label
Sequel to melodia sacra : hymns and anthems by approved authors
Title
Sequel to melodia sacra
Title remainder
hymns and anthems by approved authors
Statement of responsibility
arranged and harmonized for one, two, three or four voices and the organ or piano-forte by David Weyman, late vicar choral of St. Patrick's Cathedral, John Smith, Mus. Doc., composer to the Chapel Royal, Dublin, Richard W. Beaty, musical director of the Academy of Christ Church Cathedral, and others
Title variation
Melodia sacra
Creator
Contributor
Arranger
Lithographer
Publisher
Printer
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
BZM
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
-1822
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Weyman, David
Form of composition
hymns
Format of music
full score
Literary text for sound recordings
not applicable
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • approximately 1799-1883
  • 1766-1843
  • 1792-1872
  • 1721-1792
  • 1637-1711
  • 1740-1778
  • 1726-1790
  • 1787-1863
  • 1731-1800
  • 1725-1807
  • 1783-1826
  • 1718-1755
  • 1725-1799
  • 1672-1729
  • 1657 or 1658-1719
  • 1715-1797
  • 1775-1836
  • -1768
  • 1720-1769
  • 1771-1854
  • d. 1846
  • 1812-1876
  • 1770-1835
  • 1723-1801
  • 1669?-1707
  • 1702-1751
  • 1769-1855
  • 1865-1945
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Beaty, Richard W.
  • Smith, John
  • Moses, Marcus
  • White, Robert T
  • Rambaut, J
  • Ball, B. M
  • Kent, John
  • Bird, Joseph
  • Jessop, Robert
  • Marks, Edward
  • Cuthbert, Mrs
  • Moses, J
  • Mason, Lowell
  • Perronet, Edward
  • Ken, Thomas
  • Toplady, Augustus
  • Harty, E. J
  • Madan, Martin
  • Robinson, Joseph
  • Cowper, William
  • Newton, John
  • Heber, Reginald
  • Cennick, John
  • Olivers, Thomas
  • Steele, Richard
  • Walker, J
  • Addison, Anthony
  • Batty, Christopher
  • Bulmer, Agnes
  • Grigg, J.
  • Merrick, James
  • Montgomery, James
  • Logier, Johann Bernhard
  • Barker, George
  • Hogg, James
  • Bissell, T.
  • Gregor, Christian
  • Clarke, Jeremiah
  • Doddridge, Philip
  • Clarke, J. A
  • Kelly, Thomas
  • Metcalf, Frank J.
  • Bethesda Chapel (Dublin, Ireland)
  • Academy of Christ Church Cathedral (Dublin, Ireland)
  • Chapel Royal (Dublin, Ireland)
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Church of Ireland
  • Hymns, English
  • Anthems
  • Choruses, sacred (Mixed voices) with piano
  • Choruses, sacred (Mixed voices) with organ
Label
Sequel to melodia sacra : hymns and anthems by approved authors, arranged and harmonized for one, two, three or four voices and the organ or piano-forte by David Weyman, late vicar choral of St. Patrick's Cathedral, John Smith, Mus. Doc., composer to the Chapel Royal, Dublin, Richard W. Beaty, musical director of the Academy of Christ Church Cathedral, and others
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Nutter-Metcalf copy : lacks volume 3 ; volume 2 precedes volume 1
  • ca. 202 hymns and anthems (Volume 1 : ca. 95 ; Volume 2 : ca. 107) ; arranged for 1-4 voices ; most with piano/organ accompaniment ; first verse of text set within staves ; additional verses below ; each tune headed by title, tune title, and composer
  • "... approved Hymns & Anthems, nearly all thos sung at Bethesda Chapel, adapted to the Music there used"--t.p
  • Includes indexes[all headed by one line of Oxford rule] : "Index to tunes and metres" : arranged alphabetically by first lines, and including authors and page numbers ; "Index to tunes and metres" : includes tune names, alphabetically arranged, meter, and page numbers. (located in preliminary pages of each volume)
  • Publication dates and number of volumes supplied from : British musical biography / James D. Brown and Stephen S. Stratton, 1897
  • Each volume has its own t.p. ; t.p. from v.1 and v. 2 are identical ; headed by : "In this collection will be found, among other approved hymns and anthems, nearly all those sung at Bethesda Chapel, adapted to the music there used" ; remainder of t.p. information in various typefaces ; advertisment for Marcus Moses at tail of t.p. : "Marcus Moses, Piano-forte, Harp and Music Warehouse, 4&5 Westmoreland Street, Dublin(two doors from the back) ; Where a most extensive variety of piano-fortes, and harps by all approved London makers for sale or hire, may constantly be found"[followed by a short line of Oxford rule]
  • Printer's colophon : "Robert T. White, printer, 45 Fleet Street, Dublin"
  • Advertisements for Melodia sacra and other volumes of the Sequel to melodia sacra included in the back pages of both volumes as well as other sacred and secular music published and sold by Marcus Moses ; also, advertisements for repair and tuning of instruments
  • Half-calf binding with purple linen cloth ; ornamental tooling of edges of leather covers ; spine bears red stamp, with gold letters : "Melodia sacra" framed by gold double rule ; ornamental gold stamped rule of vine-leaf pattern at each cord ; endpapers of heavy, royal blue paper
Dimensions
28 cm.
Extent
1 score ([3 v.] v. 1-2 ([2], 144, [2], [4], 145-289, [3] p.)
System control number
(OCoLC)41071908
Label
Sequel to melodia sacra : hymns and anthems by approved authors, arranged and harmonized for one, two, three or four voices and the organ or piano-forte by David Weyman, late vicar choral of St. Patrick's Cathedral, John Smith, Mus. Doc., composer to the Chapel Royal, Dublin, Richard W. Beaty, musical director of the Academy of Christ Church Cathedral, and others
Publication
Note
  • Nutter-Metcalf copy : lacks volume 3 ; volume 2 precedes volume 1
  • ca. 202 hymns and anthems (Volume 1 : ca. 95 ; Volume 2 : ca. 107) ; arranged for 1-4 voices ; most with piano/organ accompaniment ; first verse of text set within staves ; additional verses below ; each tune headed by title, tune title, and composer
  • "... approved Hymns & Anthems, nearly all thos sung at Bethesda Chapel, adapted to the Music there used"--t.p
  • Includes indexes[all headed by one line of Oxford rule] : "Index to tunes and metres" : arranged alphabetically by first lines, and including authors and page numbers ; "Index to tunes and metres" : includes tune names, alphabetically arranged, meter, and page numbers. (located in preliminary pages of each volume)
  • Publication dates and number of volumes supplied from : British musical biography / James D. Brown and Stephen S. Stratton, 1897
  • Each volume has its own t.p. ; t.p. from v.1 and v. 2 are identical ; headed by : "In this collection will be found, among other approved hymns and anthems, nearly all those sung at Bethesda Chapel, adapted to the music there used" ; remainder of t.p. information in various typefaces ; advertisment for Marcus Moses at tail of t.p. : "Marcus Moses, Piano-forte, Harp and Music Warehouse, 4&5 Westmoreland Street, Dublin(two doors from the back) ; Where a most extensive variety of piano-fortes, and harps by all approved London makers for sale or hire, may constantly be found"[followed by a short line of Oxford rule]
  • Printer's colophon : "Robert T. White, printer, 45 Fleet Street, Dublin"
  • Advertisements for Melodia sacra and other volumes of the Sequel to melodia sacra included in the back pages of both volumes as well as other sacred and secular music published and sold by Marcus Moses ; also, advertisements for repair and tuning of instruments
  • Half-calf binding with purple linen cloth ; ornamental tooling of edges of leather covers ; spine bears red stamp, with gold letters : "Melodia sacra" framed by gold double rule ; ornamental gold stamped rule of vine-leaf pattern at each cord ; endpapers of heavy, royal blue paper
Dimensions
28 cm.
Extent
1 score ([3 v.] v. 1-2 ([2], 144, [2], [4], 145-289, [3] p.)
System control number
(OCoLC)41071908

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