Anthems and Anthem Composers; An Essay Upon the Development of the Anthem from the Time of the Reformation to the End of the Nineteenth Century; With a Complete List of Anthems (in Alphabetical Order) Belonging to Each of the Four

Anthems and Anthem Composers; An Essay Upon the Development of the Anthem from the Time of the Reformation to the End of the Nineteenth Century; With a Complete List of Anthems (in Alphabetical Order) Belonging to Each of the Four

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1901 edition. Excerpt: ...unto the Lord, and praise Durham 32 tTeach me, O Lord. 33. The eyes of the Lord Durham 34 tThe Lord is my Shepherd. 35. The souls of the righteous. 36. tTo God, O my soul. 37. To God the mighty Lord Durham 38. tWherewithal shall a young man? These were published in Dupuis's "Cathedral Music." 3 vols. Edited by John Spencer, 1797. t These were published in Ebdon's " Cathedral Music." 2 vols., 1790-1810. Evans, Charles Smart. B. 1770; D. 1849. Gent, of the Chapel Royal; Org. St. Paul's, Covent Garden. Gained prizes for Glees at the Catch Club, &c. 1. Almighty Father, Who I 5. Teach me, O Lord Joule hast Husk 2. I will alway give thanks, 3. I will love Thee Pettet 4O God, the Strength of all Husk 5. Teach me, 0 Lord 6. The Lord is my Shepherd 7. The scene of death is closed Husk Evans, William, D. 1740. Org. Wells Cath., 1734-40. 1. In Thee, O Lord WelU Fish, William, B. 1775; D. 1863 (1864). Violinist at Norwich Theatre; Composer and Teacher in Norwich. Taught E. Taylor and G. Perry. 1. The Lord that made the I heavens Durham, 1848 Puller, Robert, Mus. Bac, Cantab, B.--; D. 1743. Org. King's College, Cambridge, 1727-42; to the University, 1731. 1. Behold, I bring you Ely 5. I will alway give thanks. Ely 2. Behold, Thou hast made, 6. Lift up your heads, 3. Glorious and powerful " 7. Sing unto the Lord " 4. Hosanna! " Gardiner, William, B. 1770; D. 1853. A clever amateur, resident in Leicester. Author of "The Music of Nature" and " Music and Friends." 1. Great God Divine Husk I 3. One thing have I desired Husk 2. Holy, Holy, Holy " He compiled an Oratorio " Judah," from works ol Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven I Garland, Thomas, B. 1731; D. 1808. Org. Norwich Cath., ...show more

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  • Paperback | 92 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 181g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236794125
  • 9781236794123