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The rudiments of music: or a short and easy treatise on the rules of psalmody.

Andrew Law

The rudiments of music: or a short and easy treatise on the rules of psalmody.

To which are annexed, a number of psalm and hymn tunes.

by Andrew Law

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Published by Printed by William Law in [Cheshire, Conn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Psalmody,
  • Church music,
  • Music -- Instruction and study,
  • Singing -- Instruction and study

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy Andrew Law, A.M.
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 23491.
    ContributionsHopkins, Daniel, engraver.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination3, [1] p., 68 p. of plates
    Number of Pages68
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14617024M

    The aim of this book is to give in as concise manner as possible, consistent with graphic narration and biographical completeness, the most important and interesting events in the lives of these famous rulers; together with a brief history of the various epochs in which they lived, and a description of the manners and customs of the people comprising the several nations . [Singers’ interest in a companion to the songbook did build, leading eventually to the publication of David Warren Steel’s Makers of the Sacred Harp, available from the Sacred Harp Publishing Company.—Ed.] At any rate, the weeding-out process proceeded and some sixty pages were made available for the new music.

    Novello's organ part to Dr. Boyce's Cathedral Music, issued in , on the contrary, was arranged almost as exclusively in 'short score.' Thus after a period of three centuries, and after experiment and much experience, organ accompaniments, in the case of full choral pieces, came to be written down on precisely the same principle on which. A HISTORY OF MUSIC. BOOK III. THE DECLINE OF PAGANISM AND THE DARK AGES. CHAPTER was Such the state of Tragedy and the chorus, and the and the flute-playing singing, Sophocles solo grew one beautiful naturally that part in effort out this producing And ease of nature. which of effected this action and. were of the in distant time, the eternal.

    Chapter 2: Why Gregory? Deeply fond of music, he reformed the psalmody, wrote hymns and prayers with musical accompaniment, and supervised the composition of choral music for versicles and canticles. Gregory thought the expectation of an easy income was the clearest evidence of the disqualification of the pastoral counselor. 31 Also. Live Music Archive. Top Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion. Librivox Free Audiobook. Full text of "The English catalogue of books" See other formats.


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The rudiments of music: or A short and easy treatise on the rules of psalmody. To which are annnexed [sic], a number of psalm and hymn tunes. / by: Law, Andrew, Published: () The rudiments of music: or a short and easy treatise on the rules of psalmody.

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The rudiments of music: or A short and easy treatise on the rules of psalmody. To which are annexed, a number of tunes and chants. / by: Law, Andrew, Published: () The rudiments of music: or A short and easy treatis [sic] on the rules of psalmody.

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