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Stoughton Musical Society"s Centennial Collection of Sacred Music (Earlier American Music)

Roger L. Hall

Stoughton Musical Society"s Centennial Collection of Sacred Music (Earlier American Music)

by Roger L. Hall

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Published by University of Maryland Sea Grant Publications .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sacred & religious music,
  • Instruction & Study - Voice,
  • Music/Songbooks

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages340
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10325529M
    ISBN 10030679618X
    ISBN 109780306796180

    The Stoughton Musical Society, formed by former students of Billings, has carried on his tradition for over years, and included twenty-seven Billings tunes in their music collection, The Stoughton Musical Society's Centennial Collection of Sacred Music. Organized in , the Stoughton Musical Society is America's oldest performing musical organization. For over two centuries it has had many distinguished accomplishments. In , when incorporated under the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the name was changed to Old Stoughton Musical Society and it has retained that the inspiration of a singing .

    Emanuel. For Christmas (Stoughton Musical Society's Centennial Collection of Sacred Music, ) Choral: Emmaus, for chorus: Choral: Euroclydon (from The . A Choice Collection of Psalm-Tunes, Anthems and Hymns" was the first music collection compiled by an American musician, Rev. James Lyon. In The Saint Cecilia Society was the first musical society founded in Charleston, South Carolina. This society's history remains shrouded in mystery but is known to be a sponsoring group for concerts.

    Celebrating years of singing and preserving American music. The Old Stoughton Musical Society was originally founded in and is the oldest continuous operating choral society in America according to the Guinness Book of World Records. Director: Renée M. . Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Read, borrow, and discover more than 3M books for free.


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Stoughton Musical Society"s Centennial Collection of Sacred Music (Earlier American Music) by Roger L. Hall Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Stoughton Musical Society's Centennial Collection of Sacred Music (Boston: Ditson & Company,pages) This is believed to be the largest collection of ealy American choral music published in 19th century New England, with 62 American and European composers represented.

Organized inthe Stoughton Musical Society is America's oldest performing musical organization. For over two centuries it has had many distinguished accomplishments. Inwhen incorporated under the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the name was changed to Old Stoughton Musical Society and it has retained that designation.

InThe Stoughton Musical Society's Centennial Collection of Stoughton Musical Societys Centennial Collection of Sacred Music book Music (Ditson & Co., ), was reprinted with an Introduction and New Index by Roger Hall (New York: Da Capo Press, pages). There are about tunes in the collection, most of them by New England composers and some edited music by European composers (Haydn, Mozart.

LIST OF MUSIC BOOKS. Mentioned in the Records of the Society, Used in the Different Periods, Copies of Which Are in the Society's Library.

Worcester Collection of Sacred Harmony, by Oliver Holden, Thompson and Andrews. Bridgewater Collection, Richardson and Lord, Boston, Old Hundred Collection of Sacred Music, Boston, LIST OF MUSIC BOOKS. Mentioned in the Records of the Society, Used in the Different Periods, Copies of Which Are in the Society's Library.

Worcester Collection of Sacred Harmony, by Oliver Holden, Thompson and Andrews. Bridgewater Collection, Richardson and Lord, Boston, Old Hundred Collection of Sacred Music, Boston, Boston Handel and Haydn Society's.

The Stoughton Musical Society's Centennial Collection of Sacred Music, which contains a version with the later text and was published in Boston in ; reprint by DaCapo Press,with New Introduction by Roger L. Hall. Get this from a library. The Stoughton Musical Society's centennial collection of sacred music: consisting of selections from the earliest American authors, as originally written, together with a few selections from European and modern composers.

[Old Stoughton Musical Society (Mass.)]. Edward French: New Bethlehem (Stoughton's Musical Society's Centennial Collection of Sacred Music, ) - Play streams in full or download MP3 from Classical Archives (), the largest and best organized classical music site on the web.

There are fourteen of his tunes in The Stoughton Musical Society's Centennial Collection of Sacred Music, reprinted inwith a new Introduction by Roger L.

Hall. Read's surviving writings and portrait may be found today at the New Haven Museum and Historical Society in. This is the part of the description from the Stoughton Musical Society's Centennial Collection, from information provided by Samuel Tolman, one of the Stoughton singers in the contest: With the best intentions to increase the efficiency of their own church service, the ministers reported that they heard better music at Stoughton than any other.

The Stoughton Musical Society, formed by former students of Billings, has carried on his tradition for over years, and included twenty-seven Billings tunes in their music collection, The Stoughton Musical Society's Centennial Collection of Sacred Music.

Among the favorite tunes by Billings sung by this choral society are: "Majesty" and. Organized inthe Stoughton Musical Society is America's oldest performing musical organization. For over two centuries it has had many distinguished accomplishments.

Inwhen incorporated under the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the name was changed to Old Stoughton Musical Society and it has retained that designation. Early years. The Stoughton Musical Society's Centennial Collection of Sacred Music (Boston, / Reprint, DaCapo Press, ).

As the conclusion of his humorous anthem, MODERN MUSIC, it says: "Tis the part of the hearers to clap their applause." So let's hear that applause for America's first great choral composer, William Billings.

The Stoughton Musical Society's centennial collection of sacred music: consisting of selections from the earliest American authors, as originally written, together with a few selections from European and modern composers ; new introduction by Roger L. Hall.

-- Publication info: New York: DaCapo Press, Format: Musical Score. American Music Recordings Collection. Many of these tunes are found in one of the largest collections of early music in New England: Stoughton Musical Society's Centennial Collection of Sacred Music (Boston, / Reprint, ) Fall Music Festival: "Musick in Old Boston" () CD: "Praise Ye The Lord" Music by Six New England Composers (AMRC.

The Stoughton Musical Society published a total of 27 Billings tunes in their anthology "The Stoughton Musical Society Centennial Collection of Sacred Music." The modern American composer.

The Stoughton Musical Society, formed by former students of Billings, has carried on his tradition for over years, and included twenty-seven Billings tunes in their music collection, The Stoughton Musical Society's Centennial Collection of Sacred Music.

The Stoughton Musical Society’s Centennial Collection of Sacred Music (Boston: Ditson & Co., ); Ancient Harmony Revived ([Maine?], ); Old Hundred Collection of Sacred Music (Boston: printed by Ezra Lincoln, ).

In the Stoughton Musical Society published 27 Billings tunes in their anthology entitled "The Stoughton Musical Society Centennial Collection of Sacred Music." The modern American composer. Organized inStoughton Musical Society is America's oldest choral society. Over the past two centuries it has had many distinguished accomplishments.

Inwhen incorporated under the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the name was changed to Old Stoughton Musical Society and it has retained that designation. As a result of the meetings and deliberations of the committee, a, book was published, called "The Stoughton Musical Society's Centennial Collection of Sacred Music," consisting of selections from the Earliest American Authors.

As originally written, together with a few selections from European and modern composers.For Christmas (Stoughton Musical Society's Centennial Collection of Sacred Music, ) Ingalls, Jeremiah: Redemption (Jeremiah Ingall's The Christian Harmony; or Songster's Companion, ) Stephenson, Joseph: Anthem from Luke (Davisson's The Kentucky Harmony, ).Swan contributed half of the songs in the collection.

Inhe published New England Harmony. Unlike The Songster's Assistant, New England Harmony was a collection of sacred music. The tune book contained over pages of original music. The collection contained many tunes that had been previously printed including his first tune Montague.