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Publication date Topics. The Village Harmony: or, Youth's Assistant to Sacred Musick. Consisting of Psalm Tunes and Occasional Pieces, selected form the works of the most eminent composers. To which is prefixed a concise Introduction to Psalmody.
The Village Harmony: or, New-England Repository of Sacred Musick. Collected from the Works of the most Celebrated Masters Piece Style: Classical. The Village harmony ; or New-England repository of sacred musick: collected from the works of the most celebrated masters.
Publisher: Exeter: Printed by J.J. Williams, Welcome. Village Harmony is the umbrella organization for a diverse range of choral, world music and harmony singing activities under the direction of Larry Gordon and Patty Cuyler.
Our ensembles include Northern Harmony, Boston Harmony, the Chicago World Music Chorus, the new Village Harmony Cross-Countries Choir and our many Village Harmony Summer Camp ensembles. Get this from a library. The Village harmony, or Youth's assistant to sacred musick: Containing, a concise introduction to the grounds of musick, with such a collection of the most approved psalm tunes, anthems, and other pieces, as are most suitable for divine worship.: Designed for the use of schools and singing societies.: [Four lines of verse].
John Wyeth (Ma Janu ) was an American printer, newspaper editor, and tunebook compiler. He was born on Main Cambridge, Massachusetts, the son of Ebenezer Wyeth and Mary Winship Wyeth.
As a boy in Cambridge, he may have attended a singing-school during the s, an important decade in the. The music in Wyeth’s Repository consists of New England compositions, together with a variety of pieces of foreign origin: in short, a distillation of the New England taste in sacred music during the years New England singing-masters and tunebook compilers had found Pennsylvania a fertile field for their activities since the s.
Inspired to continue working with teenagers, he founded Village Harmony inand in started Village Harmony Summer Camp. That first session of camp involved 14 Vermont teens and began the format of a week of rehearsal retreat followed by a performance tour through small town New England.
The Columbian Repository of Sacred Harmony (Holyoke, Samuel) A Compleat Melody (Tans'ur, William) F. The Federal Harmony (Various) H.
Heaven on Earth (Tans'ur, William) M. The Melody of the Heart (Tans'ur, William) The Middlesex Collection of Church Music (Various) N. A New and Compleat Introduction to the Grounds and Rules of Musick (Bayley. Transcriptions or Images of Selected Prefaces Preface to The Grounds and Rules of Music Explained, (Thomas Walters) Preface to A Compleat Melody, (William Tans'ur) Preface to A Collection of the Best Psalm Tunes, (Josiah Flagg) Preface to The Chorister's Companion, (Simeon Jocelin) Preface to Select Harmony, (Andrew Law) Preface to The Easy Instructor, (Little.
The system illustrated above is a four-shape system; six of the notes of the scale are grouped in pairs assigned to one syllable/shape combination.
The ascending scale using the fa, so, la, fa, so, la, mi, fa syllables represent a variation of the hexachord system introduced by the 11th century monk Guido of Arezzo, who originally introduced a six-note scale using the syllables ut, re, mi, fa.
Born in Massachusetts, Holyoke descended from two prominent New England families: the Holyokes and the Peabodys. His songs were first published in The Massachusetts Magazine while he was a student at Harvard College. Holyoke was a key contributor the the monumental publication The Massachusetts Compiler of Theoretical and Practical Elements of Sacred Vocal Music of.
"American Harmony," his magnum opus, is the result: a selection of the cream of early America choral music, here published in two volumes, the first covering New England compositions from tothe second volume covering a wide range of locations form to the s: 3. SACRED MUSIC. VolumeNumber 3, Fall WHAT IS SACRED MUSIC.
Monsignor Richard J. Schuler. The question, "What is sacred music," put to the average Catholic, will no doubt elicit the answer that "sacred music is hymns." And in the lived experience of most Catholics today, that is the extent of what they know to be sacred music. RISM (Répertoire international des sources musicales), A/I, B RISM (Répertoire international des sources musicales, Includes index.
It effectively silenced the more native fasola tradition all over New England. But not so quickly elsewhere. Wyeth’s Repository, published in Pennsylvania, gained popularity not only in that state, but points south and west.
Kentucky Harmony (), Southern Harmony (), and Sacred Harp (), among many other shaped notes song books. Ananias Davisson (February 2, – Octo ) was a singing school teacher, printer and compiler of shape note tunebooks.
He is best known for his compilation Kentucky Harmony, which is the first Southern shape-note tunebook. According to musicologist George Pullen Jackson, Davisson's compilations are "pioneer repositories of a sort of song that the rural South really liked.".
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Find Songs And Hymns NETTLETON. The hymn tune NETTLETON, to which we sing "Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing" was first published as a new tune without any composer listed in John Wyeth’s Repository of Sacred Music, Part Second, published in Originally, the tune was called HALLELUJAH or GOOD SHEPHERD.
It has been attributed to Wyeth (), a printer by trade. Although published in the north, Wyeth's Repository of Sacred Music, Part Second (), had a profound influence on Southern shape note tune-books.
Of the 41 folk-hymns introduced here, 10 were used by Ananias Davisson in the Kentucky Harmony (), 20 by William Walker in the Southern Harmony (), and six in the Sacred Harp ().Home page of Sacred Harmony, a Christian group from Johnson City.