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Title Music in America : an anthology from the landing of the Pilgrims to the close of the Civil War, 1620-1865 / compiled and edited, with historical and analytical notes, by W. Thomas Marrocco and Harold Gleason.

Imprint New York : W.W. Norton, c1964.

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Location Call No. Status
 GDL Brand Library Non-Fiction    780.973 MUS    Available
 PAS Central Library Non-Fiction, 1st Floor    780.973 MAR    Available
Description 371 p. : facsims. ; 28 cm.
Note "Biographical notes": p. 355-361.
Bibliography "Bibliographical notes" : p.355-361.
Contents Metrical psalmody in New England (1620-1720) : Psalme 7 -- Psalme 130 -- Psalme 8 / Louis Bourgeois -- Psalme 15 -- Psalme 34 -- Psalme 100 / Louis Bourgeois -- Pseaume CXXXIV -- Psalme C / Willim Parsons -- Yorke tune / John Milton -- Stilt -- Psalme 7 -- Psalme 100 -- Psalme 148 -- Psalme 85 -- Psalme 115 -- Oxford tune -- Low Dutch tune -- Martyrs tune -- Psalm 100 -- Psalm 119 -- Psalm 148 -- St. Anne's tune / William Croft -- Song of the angels -- Mear -- Middlesex / Simon Browne.
The first instruction books and singing schools (1721-1764): Northhampton -- 149 Psalm tune / William Croft -- 100 Psalm tune new / John Tufts -- London tune -- Southwel new / Thomas Walter -- 100 Psalm tune -- Westerham tune / William Tans'ur -- St. Martin's / William Tans'ur -- St. Thomas's / Aaron Williams -- Hallelujah / Josiah Flagg -- The music of the Ephrata Cloister and the Moravians : -- Gott ein herrscher aller heyden / Johann Conrad Beissel -- Go, congregation, go! / John Antes -- Surely he has borne our griefs / John Antes -- Trio II / John Antes -- Quintet V / Johann Friedrich Peter -- I will make an everlasting covenant / Johann Friedrich Peter -- Parthia No. 1 / David Moritz Michael.
Native American composers (1759-1810) : My days have been so wondrous free / Francis Hopkinson -- Toast / Francis Hopkinson -- Whitefield's -- Friendship / James Lyon -- Canon of 4 in 1 / William Billings -- Chester / William Billings -- Jargon / William Billings -- Modern music / William Billings -- Conquest / William Billings -- Bunker hill / Andrew Law -- Psalm 146 / Simeon Jocelin -- Lenox / Lewis Edson -- Windham / Daniel Read -- An anthem / Daniel Read -- Worcester / Abraham Wood -- China / Timothy Swan -- Coronation / Oliver Holden -- Invitation / Jacob Kimball -- Woburn / Jacob Kimball -- Harmony / Jacob French -- Montgomery / Justin Morgan -- Jubilant / Supply Belcher -- Exhortation / Eliakim Doolittle -- Evening shade / Stephen Jenks -- Daniel Belknap : Spring ; Summer ; Autumn ; Winter -- Arnheim / Samuel Holyoke -- Innocent sounds / Jeremiah Ingalls -- Northfield / Jeremiah Ingalls -- Thanksgiving anthem / Oliver Shaw.
European musicians in Charleston, Philadelphia, New York, and Boston : Knighton / William Tuckey -- Naval song / Jacob Eckhard -- Voluntary VIII / William Selby -- Ode for the New Year / William Selby -- Sonata in E for the piano forte / Alexander Reinagle -- Sonata for the piano with an accompaniment for a violin / Raynor Taylor -- Why, huntress, why? / Benjamin Carr -- Alknomook / James Hewitt -- Few are the joys / Victor Pelissier -- Sinfonia / John Christopher Moller -- Death song of an indian chief / Hans Gram -- Funeral Dirge on the death of George Washington / Peter A. van Hagen -- Verses for the Fourth of July / George Jackson.
Lowell Mason and his contemporaries.--Southern folk hymns.--Music of the minstrel shows.--National and patriotic songs (1794-1865).--Romantic ballads and nationalist composers.
Subject Music -- United States.
Music -- United States -- History and criticism.
Added Author Marrocco, W. Thomas (William Thomas), 1909-1999.
Gleason, Harold, 1892-1980.

 
    
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