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A book of psalm-tunes, in four parts

A book of psalm-tunes, in four parts

With psalms. The seventh edition, with additions, carefully revised and corrected. By Abraham Barber.

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Published by printed by John White, senior, for Abraham Barber, in Wakefield; and sold by him, and other book-sellers in York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesA book of psalm-tunes, in four parts.
SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 11194, no. 07.
ContributionsBarber, Abraham, d. 1730.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination119,[1]p.
Number of Pages119
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18380357M

This popular tune comes from an interesting little book called the 'Psalm-Singers’ Pocket Book' published in , which included tunes already in use in most of Scotland, plus some English ones. They were set in three and four parts. The book was illustrated with various tables to explain some of the basic principles of Size: KB. Psalm tune definition is - the melody to which a metrically arranged psalm is sung.


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Church harmony: or, psalm-tunes, in four parts. Compiled and adapted for the use of the meeting in Swallow-Street. To which are prefixed instructions for singing them, by R. Bremner. A sett of new psalm-tunes and anthems, in four parts: on various occasions, By William Knapp.

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The appendix of An Introduction to the Singing of Psalm Tunes presented the rudiments of music, instructions for tuning the voice, musical notation, intervals, scales, clefs, and meter signatures.

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