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Supplement to the Sacred harmony
E. W. Bliss
|Statement||by E.W. Bliss, professor of music, and approved by a committee appointed for that purpose|
|Contributions||Davidson, Alexander, 1794-1856|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, , -342,  p.|
|Number of Pages||342|
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A Supplement to the Kentucky Harmony, Ananias Davisson, Third Edition Welcome to my web site which contains links to all the music from A Supplement to the Kentucky Harmony, a shape-note tune book of the Nineteenth book contains music mostly in the idiom of the most widely used contemporary four-shape tune book, "The Sacred Harp", a book which appears in three.
The Kentucky Harmony is a shape note tunebook, published in by Ananias is the first Southern shape-note tunebook. The first edition of the Kentucky Harmony was pages and contained tunes. Davisson released four more editions: (which expanded the book. Supplement (p. ) has title: Supplement to the Sacred harmony; consisting of a choice collection of hymn tunes, sentences, and anthems, selected from the compositions of Handel, Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Weber, and others; including the elementary instruction, on the system of Pestalozzi, as adopted by the Boston Academy of Music; by E.W.
Bliss, professor of music, and Pages: The original inspiration for The Shenandoah Harmony was to create a collection of the best songs published by Ananias Davisson from to in the Shenandoah Valley.
These works include five editions of the Kentucky Harmony and three editions of the Supplement to the Kentucky Harmony, which combine New England composed tunes with the arranged folk melodies of the era. The Sacred Harp, Fourth Edition with Supplement, compiled by J.L.
White (), a couple annexes do the same for tunes found in the Cooper Book and in Shenandoah Harmony. "Sacred Harp for the Southern Harmony Singer" lists Southern Harmony tune names followed by the relevant Edition page number.
Both documents indicate if the. Sacred Harp Singing A variety of hymn books, supplements, etc, may be used.
For 'traditional' Sacred Harp singing, only the Sacred Harp (Denson edition) song book is used. Note, though, that there are several other song books in the same genre -- such as Sacred Harp (Cooper), Christian Harmony, Missouri Harmony.
Work Title Sacred Harmony, Alt ernative. Title Sacred Harmony: consisting of a variety of tunes, adapted to the different metres now in use in the Wesleyan Methodist Hymn Book, and a few anthems and favourite pieces; selected from the most approved authors, ancient and modern, under the direction of the Conference of the Wesleyan Methodist Church in Canada.
Berkley Moore's Shape-Note Books Site including some now hosted by Robert Stoddard The Hesperian Harp; The Sacred Harp And (Denson) Revisions A Supplement to the Kentucky Harmony The Olive Leaf Robert Stoddard's Site for other out of print shape-note books: bostonsing.
Sacred Harmony Alt ernative. Title Sacred Harmony, or a choice Collection of Psalms and Hymns, Set to Music in two and three Parts, for the Voice, Harpsichord & Organ Composer Wesley, John: I-Catalogue Number I-Cat. None [force assignment] Movements/Sections Mov'ts/Sec's: hymns tunes, 1 anthem ( edition contains tunes, 4 anthems).
The book is now in its second printing since its release in mid-February The original inspiration for The Shenandoah Harmony was to create a tunebook that included the best of the shape-note songs collected, printed, and published by Ananias Davisson from to. Sacred Harmony: Being a Selection of Tunes of Approved Excellence, Suited to the Various Subjects and Metres of the Psalms and Hymns of Dr.
Watts, and also to the Supplement attached to them, by the Rev. Winchell [Watts, [Isaac] and [James] Winchell] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Sacred Harmony: Being a Selection of Tunes of Approved Excellence, Suited to the Various Author: [Isaac] and [James] Winchell Watts.
Under the tunename of HARRISONBURG, what the Sacred Harp calls ELYSIAN is found in the Supplement to the Kentucky Harmony 2d edition, which accounts for its being collected by Temperley and included in his Tune Index. (It's also in the 3rd edition of that book).
The new Missouri Harmony is clearly designed to serve the needs of shape-note singers who already own The Sacred Harp and would like to supplement its repertory. While its original contents provide a bedrock selection of European and American favorites, its new tunes demonstrate the vigor of "dispersed harmony" composition today.
At songs on pages, The Shenandoah Harmony is the largest new four-shape tunebook published for more than years. The music committee includes John del Re, Kelly Macklin, and their daughter Leyland del Re of Virginia; Nora Miller of Maryland; Daniel Hunter and me, Rachel Hall, of Pennsylvania; and Myles Louis Dakan and Robert Stoddard of Boston.1 The book is now in.
The Sacred Harp was one of the last great singing-school books. Compiled in Georgia init included a large core of early New England tunes. The Norumbega Harmony, compiled from the same sources, may be considered a companion or supplement to The Sacred Harp as well as a Author: Stephen A.
Marini, Susan Mampre, Dennis O'Brien. Guitar Harmony by Dr. Alan Hirsh The Shearer Method Book 4. Buy or learn more at the Aaron Shearer Foundation. I was very pleased to receive this copy of the new Guitar Harmony by Dr.
Alan Hirsh. This is book four in the updated method series and is a very welcome addition to classical guitar pedagogy. The Shenandoah Harmony is a new shape-note songbook with a concentration on Shenandoah Valley music of the early nineteenth century.
At songs on pages, The Shenandoah Harmony is the largest new book of its kind published in more than coauthors, John del Re, Kelly Macklin, and their daughter Leyland del Re; Nora Miller; Daniel Hunter; Rachel Hall; and Myles Louis Dakan.
The Missouri Harmony, first published inwas the most popular of all American frontier shape-note tune books during its reign. The songs compiled in the collection were favorites used in Protestant churches and singing schools, and many were deeply rooted in American culture by the time of its first publication.
Its origins lay in a St. Louis school, where it was introduced by. Scripture, also called sacred scripture, the revered texts, or Holy Writ, of the world’s ures comprise a large part of the literature of the world.
They vary greatly in form, volume, age, and degree of sacredness; but their common attribute is that their words are regarded by the devout as words differ from ordinary words in that they are believed either to. the Sacred Heart of Jesus. But above all, let us remember the life and the revelations of the Sacred Heart to St.
Margaret Mary Alacoque at Paray-Le-Monial. She received, among other things, the following 12 Promises from the Sacred Heart of Jesus. (See next page.) Regarding the basis for devotion to the Immaculate Heart of Mary, see page 17 of.Sacred Alliances — A Manifesto of Natural Harmony is a supplement for D&D and it is available in English and Portuguese.
It is set on three of Faerûn's Heartlands such as the Dalelands, Cormyr and Sembia, but can be easily adapted to other settings. Download other Sacred Alliances supplements.Our favorite version of Carmel comes from the seven-shape Sacred Melodeon; there’s more about the text at The melody was first published by Davisson in A Supplement to the Kentucky Harmony, ed.3 () under the title Elysian Plain.
PLAY Carmel tenor. PLAY Carmel all four parts. SOLITUDE IN THE GROVE. THE iconic Davisson song.