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Stoughton collection of church music : being a compilation of the most approved sacred music, by ancient and modern authors, preserved as originally written, selected and arranged by the Stoughton musical society

Label
Stoughton collection of church music : being a compilation of the most approved sacred music, by ancient and modern authors, preserved as originally written
Title
Stoughton collection of church music
Title remainder
being a compilation of the most approved sacred music, by ancient and modern authors, preserved as originally written
Statement of responsibility
selected and arranged by the Stoughton musical society
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
GUA
Format of music
voice score with accompaniment omitted
Literary text for sound recordings
not applicable
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Old Stoughton Musical Society (Mass.)
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  • 1792-1834
  • 1746-1800
  • 1757-1831
  • 1758-1837
  • 1762-1820
  • 1748-1820
  • 1773-1829
  • 1740-1802
  • 1696-1755
  • 1708-1781
  • 1726-1790
  • 1752-1832
  • 1773-1861
  • 1751-1836
  • 1707-1787
  • 1705-1741
  • 1760-1825
  • 1758-1822
  • approximately 1749-1810
  • 1757-1836
  • 1771-1815
  • 1780-1844
  • 1761-1826
  • 1699?-1783
  • 1762-1798
  • 1786-1853
  • 1756-1827 or 1828
  • 1654-1728
  • 1765-1844
  • 1678-1727
  • -approximately 1800
  • 1758-1842
  • fl. 1770
  • 1710-1778
  • 1746-1815
  • 1752-1804
  • 1771-1838
  • 1767-1822
  • 1774-1855
  • 1769-1853
  • 1750-1825
  • 1715-1783
  • 1744-1825
  • 1592?-1635?
  • 1766-1843
  • approximately 1550-1633
  • 1842-1928
  • 1865-1945
  • 1717-1799
  • 1764-1838
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Davis, John Watson
  • Billings, William
  • Pleyel, Ignaz
  • Stone, Joseph
  • Holyoke, Samuel
  • Edson, Lewis
  • Maxim, Abraham
  • Holdroyd, Israel
  • Arnold, Samuel
  • Greene, Maurice
  • Tuckey, William
  • Milgrove, Benjamin
  • Madan, Martin
  • Burder, George
  • Holt, Benjamin
  • Rippon, John
  • Breillat, G
  • Wyvill
  • Harwood, Edward
  • Prelleur, Peter
  • Dalmer
  • Husband, John j.
  • Reed, Cheney
  • Burnham, Richard
  • Read, Daniel
  • Belknap, Daniel
  • Hill, Uri K.
  • Kimball, Jacob
  • Tans'ur, William
  • Leach, J.
  • French, E
  • Norton, Abraham
  • Chandler, Solomon
  • Steffani, Agostino
  • Tucker
  • Holden, Oliver
  • Croft, William
  • Jackson, T
  • Findley
  • Lucas
  • Smith, Is.
  • Swan, Timothy
  • Stephenson, Joseph
  • Arne, Thomas Augustine
  • Kirby, G
  • Brownson, Oliver
  • Wood, Abraham
  • Huntington, Jonathan
  • Munson
  • Stanley
  • Cole, John
  • Mitchell, Nahum
  • Mann, Elias
  • Nares, James
  • Bull, Amos
  • Sevens
  • Ravenscroft, Thomas
  • Deolph
  • Kent, John
  • Gregore, C
  • Stephens, J
  • Cross
  • Blankes, Edward
  • Nutter, Charles S.
  • Metcalf, Frank J.
  • Randall, John
  • Ingalls, Jeremiah
  • Waitt & Dow
  • Marsh & Capen
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  • Hymns, English
  • Sacred vocal music
  • Choruses, Sacred (Mixed voices)
  • Psalmody
  • Psaltery music
  • Anthems
  • Odes
  • Solmization
  • Tune-books
  • Music theory
  • Music
Label
Stoughton collection of church music : being a compilation of the most approved sacred music, by ancient and modern authors, preserved as originally written, selected and arranged by the Stoughton musical society
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Signatures : 1-244 252 26-414 ; wove paper
  • ca. 231 hymns and 19 anthems and odes scored for SATB, without accompaniment ; each includes title and metrical indication ; most include name of author or composer
  • Advertisement : "This compliation is made by one of the oldest musical societies in New-England; and much music of a pleasing nature...is inserted...The tunes which we were accustomed to hear in our infancy, will always awaken in us interesting sentiments and agreeable associations, and it is but doing justice to the subject and to the public, in having them corrected and put in a proper state and form for use" -- p. [3]
  • Advertisement (cont.) : "we see no good reason why the lovers of American music should be denied the exercise of their undoubted privelege in choosing what pleases them best, and, in availing themselves in this right, they feel persuaded that the ends of music are more fully answered, and a large portion of the community not only accomodated, but pleased." -- p. [3]
  • "Dictionary of musical terms" -- p. [4]
  • "Introduction to the art of singing" : 6 unnumbered lessons : "Of the staff" ; "Gamut" ; "Of solmization" ; "Of time" ; "Keys, or scales, and their two modes, major and minor" ; "Of the chromatic scale" -- p. [5]-13
  • "Errata" -- p. 13
  • Lessons for the exercise of the voice : G major and minor ascending and descending scales, with solmization in both treble and bass clefs. -- p. [14]
  • Indexes (alphabetical and metrical) included. -- p. [325-328]
  • "The Stoughton Musical Society, composed of members from the towns of Sthoughton, Sharon, Canton, and Randolph, was instituted A.D. 1786. First president, Elijah Dunber Esq." ; with header and footer of square rule ; entire t.p. framed by thin rule of repeating diamonds then framed by repeating floral pattern. -- t.p
  • T.p. verse : "'It is a good thing to give thanks unto the Lord, and to sing praises unto thy name, O Most High.' Psalm xcii.1." -- t.p
  • Copyright statement : "Be it remembered that on the thirtieth day of April A.D. 1829, and in the fifty-third year of the Independence of the United States of America, Marsh and Capen, of said district, have deposited in this office the title of a book, the right whereof they claim as proprietors...Jno. W. Davis, Clerk of the District of Massachusetts." -- t.p. verso
  • Soft cardboard boards, with covers of green paper ; spine of brown leather
  • Front cover text : "Stoughton collection of church music. Selected and arranged by the Stoughton Musical Society. Being a compilation of the most approved sacred music by ancient and modern authors. Preserved as originally written." followed by staight rule ; "Boston : Marsh and Capen, No. 362 Washington-Street. Waitt and Dow. Printers. 1829" ; text framed by repeating diamond pattern, then by repeating, ornamental floral pattern
  • Advertisement : "Marsh and Capen, No. 362 Washington-Street, keep constantly for sale, a supply of all the different signing books, in use, together with a general assortment of books, stationary and fancy articles, on reasonable terms. Also for sale as above, the various Hymn Books now in general use." -- back cover
Dimensions
15 x 24 cm.
Extent
1 score (324 [4] p.)
Note
c. 2 : Includes two,loose handwritten ([?] by Metcalf) indexes ; one alphabetically arranged by author ; one alphabetically by tune name.
System control number
(OCoLC)7810690
Label
Stoughton collection of church music : being a compilation of the most approved sacred music, by ancient and modern authors, preserved as originally written, selected and arranged by the Stoughton musical society
Publication
Note
  • Signatures : 1-244 252 26-414 ; wove paper
  • ca. 231 hymns and 19 anthems and odes scored for SATB, without accompaniment ; each includes title and metrical indication ; most include name of author or composer
  • Advertisement : "This compliation is made by one of the oldest musical societies in New-England; and much music of a pleasing nature...is inserted...The tunes which we were accustomed to hear in our infancy, will always awaken in us interesting sentiments and agreeable associations, and it is but doing justice to the subject and to the public, in having them corrected and put in a proper state and form for use" -- p. [3]
  • Advertisement (cont.) : "we see no good reason why the lovers of American music should be denied the exercise of their undoubted privelege in choosing what pleases them best, and, in availing themselves in this right, they feel persuaded that the ends of music are more fully answered, and a large portion of the community not only accomodated, but pleased." -- p. [3]
  • "Dictionary of musical terms" -- p. [4]
  • "Introduction to the art of singing" : 6 unnumbered lessons : "Of the staff" ; "Gamut" ; "Of solmization" ; "Of time" ; "Keys, or scales, and their two modes, major and minor" ; "Of the chromatic scale" -- p. [5]-13
  • "Errata" -- p. 13
  • Lessons for the exercise of the voice : G major and minor ascending and descending scales, with solmization in both treble and bass clefs. -- p. [14]
  • Indexes (alphabetical and metrical) included. -- p. [325-328]
  • "The Stoughton Musical Society, composed of members from the towns of Sthoughton, Sharon, Canton, and Randolph, was instituted A.D. 1786. First president, Elijah Dunber Esq." ; with header and footer of square rule ; entire t.p. framed by thin rule of repeating diamonds then framed by repeating floral pattern. -- t.p
  • T.p. verse : "'It is a good thing to give thanks unto the Lord, and to sing praises unto thy name, O Most High.' Psalm xcii.1." -- t.p
  • Copyright statement : "Be it remembered that on the thirtieth day of April A.D. 1829, and in the fifty-third year of the Independence of the United States of America, Marsh and Capen, of said district, have deposited in this office the title of a book, the right whereof they claim as proprietors...Jno. W. Davis, Clerk of the District of Massachusetts." -- t.p. verso
  • Soft cardboard boards, with covers of green paper ; spine of brown leather
  • Front cover text : "Stoughton collection of church music. Selected and arranged by the Stoughton Musical Society. Being a compilation of the most approved sacred music by ancient and modern authors. Preserved as originally written." followed by staight rule ; "Boston : Marsh and Capen, No. 362 Washington-Street. Waitt and Dow. Printers. 1829" ; text framed by repeating diamond pattern, then by repeating, ornamental floral pattern
  • Advertisement : "Marsh and Capen, No. 362 Washington-Street, keep constantly for sale, a supply of all the different signing books, in use, together with a general assortment of books, stationary and fancy articles, on reasonable terms. Also for sale as above, the various Hymn Books now in general use." -- back cover
Dimensions
15 x 24 cm.
Extent
1 score (324 [4] p.)
Note
c. 2 : Includes two,loose handwritten ([?] by Metcalf) indexes ; one alphabetically arranged by author ; one alphabetically by tune name.
System control number
(OCoLC)7810690

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