The Music of the Church Hymnary and the Psalter in Metre, Its Sources and Composers

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H. Frowde, 1901 - Church music - 259 pages
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Page 60 - Chappell, wyth notes to eche chapter, to synge and also to play upon the Lute, very necessarye for studentes after theyr studye, to fyle theyr wyttes, and also for all Christians that cannot synge, to reade the good and Godlye storyes of the lyves of Christ hys Apostles, 1553.
Page 26 - THE PSALMES OF DAVID in Prose and Meeter: With their whole Tunes in foure or mo parts, and some Psalmes in Reports. Whereunto is added many godly Prayers, and an exact Kalendar for XXV. yeeres to come.
Page 106 - Now Israel may, say, and that truly, If that the" Lord had not our cause maintain'd ; 2 If that the Lord had not our right sustain'd. When cruel men against us furiously Rose up in wrath, to make of us their prey...
Page 3 - The CL. Psalmes of David in Prose and Meeter, with their whole Usuall Tunes, newly corrected and amended, hereunto is added the whole Church Discipline, with many Godly Prayers, and a Kalendar for XXV.
Page 263 - Scriptures, together with a new, enlarged, and illustrated edition of the Oxford Helps to the Study of the Bible, comprising Introductions to the several Books, the History and Antiquities of the Jews, the results of Modern Discoveries, and theNatural History of Palestine, with copious Tables, Concordance and Indices, and a series of Maps. Prices in various sizes and bindings from 3.
Page 57 - I have so often been asked to what Tune the words of Bernard may be sung, that I may here mention that of Mr. Ewing, the earliest written, the best known, and with children the most popular ;— that of my friend, the Rev.
Page 121 - Psalms and Hymns adapted to the Services of the Church of England ; with a Supplement of additional Hymns, and Indices. By the Rev. WJ HALL, MA 8vo., 5*.
Page 89 - (p. 92), attributes this tune to B. Case, an American composer. This must be a misprint, as there has been no composer of that name. After a good deal of trouble I have succeeded in tracing the tune, and have now before me :— " The Spanish Hymn arranged and composed for the Concert* of the Musical Fund Society of Philadelphia, by Benjamin Carr.
Page 162 - The Whole Booke of Psalmes: with their wonted Tunes, as they are song in Churches, composed into foure parts: All which are so placed that foure may sing ech one a seueral part in this booke.
Page 142 - It was a beautiful spring morning; it was an hour's ride, and there was no other inside passenger. On the back of an old envelope I wrote in pencil the first two of the verses now so well known, in order to teach the tune to the village school supported by my step-mother, and which it was my province to visit.

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