2 edition of American writers and compilers of sacred music found in the catalog.
American writers and compilers of sacred music
Frank J. Metcalf
Microfiche. Chicago : Library Resources, 1970. 1 microfiche ; 8 x 13 cm. (Library of American civilization ; LAC 11348)
|Statement||by Frank J. Metcalf.|
|Series||Library of American civilization -- LAC 11348.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||373|
He was musical editor of J. Hillman's Revivalist, Troy, , and co-editor of The Sacred Harmonist, Boston, , and Beulah Songs, Phila., In addition to the hymns named on p. , ii., "Let me go where saints are going" [ Heav'n desired ] () has come into common use. Mason's career in sacred music is discussed in Frank J. Metcalf, American Writers and Compilers of Sacred Music (), and Robert Stevenson, Protestant Church Music in America (). Pemberton, Carol A. (Carol Ann), Lowell Mason: his life and work, Ann Arbor, Mich.: UMI Research Press,
Frank J. Metcalf, American Writers and Compilers of Sacred Music (N.Y.: Abingdon Pre4s, ), pp. 79—81; For a list of books printed by John Howe see “Publications of the Eowes of Enfield and Greenwich,” Proceedings of the AAS, vol. 60, pt. 2, pp. —23, (0cto1er. Sacred music is, simply put, music written for church. While the audience and performance venue have changed throughout the eras, the Church's involvement is necessary when referring to sacred music.
Nothing but Love in God's Water. Volume 1: Black Sacred Music from the Civil War to the Civil Rights Movement. Robert Darden “Nothing but Love in God’s Water, volume 1, fills a significant niche in the already-voluminous library of the civil rights previous Pulitzer Prize–winning books have definitively covered the movement’s leaders, politics, strategies, philosophy Author: Robert Darden. information on Solomon Howe can be gleaned from Frank J. Metcaif, American Writers and Compilers of Sacred Music (New York: The Abingdon Press, ), pp. ; George T. Chapman, Sketches ofthe Alumni of Dartmouth College (Cambridge, Mass.: Riverside Press, ), pp. , quotation from p. 23; and Donald W. Howe, Quabbin: The Lost.
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About this Book Catalog Record Details. American writers and compilers of sacred music, Metcalf, Frank J. (Frank Johnson), View full catalog record. Rights: Public Domain, Google-digitized. American writers and compilers of sacred music Item Preview remove-circle American writers and compilers of sacred music by Metcalf, Frank Johnson, [from old catalog] Publication date Topics Musicians, Church music, Hymns, English Internet Archive : The Village harmony: or, Youth's assistant to sacred music.
Containing, a concise introduction to the grounds of music, with such a collection of the most approved psalm tunes, anthems, and other pieces, as are most suitable for divine worship.
Designed principally for the use of schools and singing societies. Metcalf, Frank J. American Writers and Compilers of Sacred Music (New York) Murray, Sterling E. “ Timothy Swan and Yankee Psalmody ” in Musical Quarterly vol.
61, no. 3 Nathan, Hans William Billings: Data and Documents (Detroit). Gram also wrote the music and text for several hymns and anthems, serving as the organist of Brattle Street Church for several years.
His introduction to The Massachusetts Compiler (), of which he was co-editor, is considered an important treatise in the European “reform” movement of American music.
Hymnal Writers, Compilers and Publishers ) Author and compiler of many sacred music books including: An Introduction to Sacred Music (), this book was the first among disciples to contain Alexander Campbell argued convincingly that two hymnbooks among the brethren of the Stone-Campbell Movement would cause.
American Writers and Compilers of Sacred Music Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive.
We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, Brand: ABC-CLIO, Incorporated. In the American gospel singer and composer Ira D. Sankey wrote: The words and music of this beautiful hymn were first published in a monthly entitled Guide to Holiness, a copy of which was sent to me in England.
I immediately adopted it, and had it published in Sacred Songs and Solos. It proved to be one of the most helpful of the revival Genre: Hymn. Lowell Mason (), American music educator, tune-book compiler, and composer, was called the "father of singing among the children." He was the outstanding American music educator for over half a century and was the leading reformer of American church music.
Lowell Mason, born in Medfield, Mass., on Jan. 8,was basically self-taught in. The modern collection of sacred music: containing the rudiments of the art and a choice collection of anthems, and psalm and hymn tunes, of every metre; carefully selected from ancient and modern authors.
Adapted to the use of schools and worshipping societies. Bibliography. Eskew, Harry, and Karl Kroeger (ed), Samuel Holyoke and Jacob Kimball: Selected Works (New York, ). Metcalf, Frank J., American Writers and Compilers of Sacred Music (New York, ), Nichols, Andrew, "Genealogy of the Holyoke Family", Historical Collections of the Essex Institute 3 (): Perley, Sidney, The History of Boxford, Essex County, Massachusetts.
(), and Music Book Printing ( and later). William Arms Fisher. One Hundred and Fifty Years of Music Publishing in the [6.] United States. Ditson, American Writers and Compilers of Sacred Music. Abingdon,  Richard Crawford, Allen Perdue Britton, Irving Lowens.
Mason's career in sacred music is discussed in Frank J. Metcalf, American Writers and Compilers of Sacred Music (), and Robert Stevenson, Protestant Church Music in America (). Additional Sources. Pemberton, Carol A. (Carol Ann), Lowell Mason: his life and work, Ann Arbor, Mich.: UMI Research Press, McDonald, Rev.
William. (Belmont, Maine, March 1, SeptemMonrovia, California). Becoming a local preacher in the Methodist Episcopal Church in he was admitted to the Maine Conference inbeing transferred to that of Wisconsin in and of New England in. Background Samuel Adams Holyoke was born on Octo in Boxford, Massachussets, United States.
He was the son of Reverend Elizur Holyoke, cousin of Edward Augustus Holyoke, and minister for forty-seven years of the Congregational Church in Boxford.A complete listing of Mason's original hymn tunes and hymn-tune arrangements is in Henry L.
Mason, Hymn Tunes of Lowell Mason (). Mason's career in sacred music is discussed in Frank J. Metcalf, American Writers and Compilers of Sacred Music (), and Robert Stevenson, Protestant Church Music in America ().Gregorian Chant plays a large role, and it will form the basis of Christian music lasting to this day.
But there’s much more. We look at how the chant evolved into elaborate forms with many voices, and the critical role played by the monks who developed, preserved, and spread the music across Europe in meticulously hand-copied manuscripts.