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Repository of sacred music, part second.

John Wyeth

Repository of sacred music, part second.

by John Wyeth

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Published by Da Capo Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tune-books,
  • Hymns, English,
  • Choruses, Sacred, Unaccompanied

  • Edition Notes

    StatementWith a new introd. to the Da Capo ed. by Irving Lowens.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsM2116 W95 R3 1964
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi p., score (132 p.)
    Number of Pages132
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14778020M

    John Wyeth's Repository of Sacred Music, Part Second () is the earliest singing school tunebook to contain a significant number of folk hymns. Folk hymns from the oral tradition were published in numerous shape-note tunebooks. The Book of Hymns () states "Wyeth's Repository of Sacred Music, Part Second, There are several tunes with the name of "Consolation" or "Morning Song" by other composers, including Felix Mendelssohn, Oliver Holden, James P. Harding, Francois H. Barthelemon, Samuel Webbe, Ludvig M. Lindeman and others.

    Music PDFs Book PDFs CMAA Shop Media Resources Café Forum NLM Archives of Sacred Music Journal. Archives of the journal Sacred Music from to last year are listed below, and most are available for download in Church Music Association of America Programs Office. Roy Foster Rd. McMinnville, TN USA. Repository of Sacred Music, John Wyeth () Repository of Sacred Music, Part Second, John Wyeth () The Beauties of Harmony, Freeman Lewis () Kentucky Harmony, Ananias Davisson () Tennessee Harmony, Alexander Johnson () The Missouri Harmony, Allen D. Carden () (reprinted ) Songs of Zion, James P. Carrell ().

    Music and musicians in early America. [Irving Lowens] -- Aspects of the history of music in early America and the history of early American music. a history and bibliography of the first shape-note tune-book --John Wyeth's "Repository of sacred music, part second" \"The easy instructor\" (): a history and bibliography of the. Patterson’s Church Music 29b Tribulation, 36b Ninety-Fifth Psaumes de David 49t Old Hundred Repository of Sacred Music, Part Second 69t Minister’s Farewell Rudiments of Music Ocean Searcy & White Loving Jesus Sett of Tunes, A 49b Mear Southern Harmony.


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John Wyeth's Repository of sacred music, part second: a Northern precursor of Southern folk hymnodyAuthor: Irving Lowens. part second. book Wyeth’s Repository of Sacred Music, Part Second () has been shown to be an important source for an influential body of folk hymns appearing in later collections.

Wyeth’s original Repository () has been cited chiefly for its derivative character. Wyeth's Repository of Sacred Part second. book (Part second) [John Irving Lowens] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Wyeth's Repository of Sacred Music (Part second)Manufacturer: Da Capo Press. Wyeth's repository of sacred music. Part second.: Original and selected from the most eminent and approved authors in that science; for the use of Christian churches, singing-schools & private societies.: Together with a copious and plain introduction to the grounds of music, and rules for John Wyeth.

Wyeth's Repository of Sacred Music, Part Second, orig. republication of second edition, DaCapo Press, Virginia Harmony, orig. 2nd edition Southern Harmony and Musical Companion, fifth printing of edition, U.

Kentucky Press, Notes. Lowens, "John Wyeth's Repository of Sacred Music, Part Second: A Northern Precursor of Southern Folk Hymnody," Journal of the American Musicological Society 5 (Summer ): ; reprinted in Irving Lowens, Music and Musicians in Early America (New York: W.

Norton, ), pp. See also Lowens's introduction to the facs. reprint of the 2nd. Wyeth's repository of sacred music selected from the most eminent and approved authors in that science, for the use of Christian churches of every denomination, singing schools and private societies, together with a plain and concise introduction to the grounds of music, and rules for learners Stereotype ed., enl.

and improved. -- by John WyethPages:   Repository of sacred music: selected from the most eminent and approved authors in that science, for the use of Christian churches of every denomination, singing schools and private societies ; together with a plain and concise introduction to the grounds of music, and rules for learners.

Wyeth’s Repository of Sacred Music, Part Second of is the earliest source of he tune “Nettleton” or “Hallelujah,” which we sing the hymn “Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing.” It is a traditional American melody often attributed to Asahel Nettleton ().

First published in John Wyeth's Repository of Sacred Music, Part Second, NETTLETON, the tune for "Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing" comes from an unknown published two volumes, the second with the assistance of Methodist preacher and musician Elkanah Kelsay Dare, which was intended for Methodist and Baptist camp meetings.

Music Editor of Wyeth's Repository of Sacred Music, Second Part. In his introduction to the facsimile edition of Wyeth's Repository of Sacred Music (New York, Da Capo Press: ), musicologist Irving Lowens points out that there is no evidence for publisher John Wyeth having any music training.

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Book Depository: Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million books We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. Wyeth compiled two works, Repository of Sacred Music, and Repository of Sacred Music, Part Second, These volumes were highly successful, selling overcopies.

In the preface to his work, Wyeth claimed three qualifications as a compiler of sacred music, years of attention to the charms of church music, acquaintance with the. Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing The United Methodist Hymnal Number Text: Robert Robinson, Music: Wyeth's Repository of Sacred Music, Part Second Tune: NETTLETON, Meter: D.

Text by Robert Robinson; Melody from John Wyeth’s “Repository of Sacred Music,” Part Second; Arranged by Sally DeFord. This beautiful melody tugged at me for quite awhile, and though there are plenty of arrangements of it out there I gave in and.

Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing Come, Thou Fount of ev'ry blessing, Tune my heart to sing Thy grace; Streams of mercy, never ceasing, Call for songs of loudest praise.

While the hope of endless. D A Come Thou Fount of every blessing G A D Tune my heart to sing Thy grace; D A Streams of mercy, never ceasing, G A D Call for songs of loudest praise Bm D Teach me some melodious sonnet, Bm A D.

First published without any composer listed in Wyeth’s Repository of Sacred Music, Part Second (), this tune has been ascribed to both John Wyeth (), pubisher of the collection and Asahel Nettleton (), who was a well-known evangelist of the early nineteenth century for whom the tune is named.

Nettleton published Village Hymns. The fifth verse and the accompaniment in Seeger is from Wyeth's Repository of Sacred Music, Part Second. (), p. She does not give a source for her sixth verse whose first line is "To teach us humility all this was done." According to Seeger, the piano accompaniment is an exact condensation of the original shape-note setting.

De Capo Press, New York,an unabridged republication of the Second Edition () originally published by John Wyeth at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Hardback bound in tan quarter roan and dark brown paper covered boards; slim landscape 4to., [xvi] pp. Lowens, Irving (Book) Tune books in the Irving Lowens Musical Americana Collection: an historical & bibliographical study by Anita Fletcher Repository of sacred music, part second by John Wyeth (Book) 2 editions published.Come, Thou Fount from A Repository of Sacred Music, Part II, Come, thou fount of every blessing, tune my heart to sing thy grace!

Streams of mercy never ceasing, call for songs of loudest praise. Teach me some melodious sonnet, sung by flaming tongues above. Praise the mount! Oh, fix me on it, mount of God’s unchanging love.Wyeth's Repository of Sacred Music, Part Second.

2nd ed. Harrisburg: By the Author, ; Reprint edition with an introduction by Irving Lowens, New York: Da Capo Press, The J.D. Hartzler hymnal collection of The Mennonite Historical Library .