The anthem in New England before 1800 [by] Ralph T. Daniel.

Evanston, Northwestern University Press, 1966.

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Subjects Church music -- New England.
Church music.
New England.
Series Pi Kappa Lambda studies in American music.
Description xvi, 282 pages facsimiles, music 28 cm.
Copyright Date 1966.
Notes "Musical supplement": pages [173]- 272.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 156-171).
Contents Chapter I : church music in New England before 1800 -- Chapter II : church music in England from the Restoration to the American revolution. Music in the church of England ; Music in dissenting churches -- Chapter III : the introduction of the anthem into New England. William Tans'ur ; William Knapp ; Aaron Williams ; Joseph Stephenson ; Caleb Ashworth ; William Tuckey ; John Arnold ; Thomas Everitt ; Abraham Adams ; Benajamin West ; William Selby ; George Frederick Handel ; Robert Rogerson ; Hans Gram -- Chapter IV : anthems by New England composers. William Billings ; Asahel Benham ; Jacob French ; Abraham Wood ; Daniel Read ; Justin Morgan ; Thomas Lee, Jr. ; Oliver Holden ; Jacob Kimball ; Supply Belcher ; Samuel Babcock ; Amos Bull ; Isaac Lane ; Elias Mann ; Daniel Belknap ; Timothy Swan ; Samuel Holyoke and William Cooper -- Appendix I : Anthems by non-American composers published in New England before 1800 -- Appendix II : Anthems by native composers published in New England before 1800 -- Bibliography : books, articles, manuscripts, and music -- Musical Supplement. O clap your hands / Tans'ur ; The beauty of Israel / Knapp ; I was glad when they said unto me / Williams ; Behold I bring you glad tidings / Stephenson ; O Lord, our governor / West ; O be joyful in the Lord / Selby ; Praise ye the Lord / Gram ; As the hart panteth / Billings ; I love the Lord / Billings ; I will love thee, o Lord / Billings ; O sing unto the Lord / French ; O by joyful in the Lord / Read ; The Lord is good to all / Holden ; O come let us sing unto the Lord / Babcock.
Geographic Area New England
Network Numbers (OCoLC)222912
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WorldCat Identities Daniel, Ralph T.
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