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Hymn-tunes and their story
James T. Lightwood
|Statement||by James T. Lightwood.|
|LC Classifications||ML3186 .L72|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 402 p.|
|Number of Pages||402|
|LC Control Number||06033625|
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(Many tunes have their own names, and many hymn books list them for you.) ¤ "How Firm a Foundation." In most books, this great hymn is combined with a tune called "Foundation." But try it to "Portuguese Hymn" (the tune used for "O Come, All Ye Faithful"). ¤ "In Heavenly Love Abiding" is a paraphrase of the 23rd Psalm using the tune "Seasons.". It contains all the hymns and tunes from the book Church Hymns and Tunes Edited by Rev. Herbert B. Turner, D.D. Although slightly later than the Sankey work () it does in my opinion provide a good cross section of traditional church hymns, and like the Sankey work, includes sheet music in .
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From inside the book. What Other editions - View all. Hymn-tunes and Their Story James Thomas Lightwood Snippet view - Hymn-Tunes and Their Story (Classic Reprint) editor eighteenth century English father Foundery frequently Gauntlett Geneva German chorales Goss Handel Harmonia Sacra heard hymn hymn-tunes Hymnal Hymnary inserted.
OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages illustrations (music) 22 cm: Contents: The German chorale. --The rise of modern psalmodyThe psalmody of the seventeenth centuryPsalmody in the eighteenth centuryMusic of the Methodist revivalSome well-known eighteenth-century tunesSome well-known composersA chat about 'old Methodist tunes'.
OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages 22 cm: Contents: The German choraleThe rise of modern psalmodyThe psalmody of the seventeenth centuryPsalmody in the eighteenth centuryMusic of the Methodist revivalSome well-known eighteenth-century tunesSome well-known composersA chat about 'old Methodist tunes'The nineteenth centuryThe names of tunes.
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Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Hymn-tunes and their story by Lightwood, James Thomas,C.H. Kelly edition, Hymn-tunes and their story ( edition) | Open Library. A hymn tune is the melody of a musical composition to which a hymn text is sung.
Musically speaking, a hymn is generally understood to have four-part (or more) harmony, a fast harmonic rhythm (chords change frequently), and no refrain or chorus. From the late sixteenth century in England and Scotland, when most people were not musically literate and learned melodies by rote, it was a common.
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So when you make sure to read this book you can get a lot of help. The book was authored by the very famous author. The writer makes some research before write this book. This book very easy to. : A comprehensive index of over 1 million hymn texts, hymn tunes, and hymnals, with information on authors and composers, lyrics and scores of many hymns, and various media files.
also incorporates the Dictionary of North American Hymnology, an extensive collection of hymnals published before The HTI database contains all hymn tunes printed anywhere in the world with English-language texts up toand their publication history up to that date.
Tune Search To discover the origin, original form and history of a tune. Hymn Tune Book, Used. You Searched For: Music of the Methodist hymn-book: being the story of each tune with biographical notices of the composers. LIGHTWOOD J T. THE DESCANT HYMN-TUNE BOOK A COLLECTION OF WELL-KNOWN HYMN TUNES Book II (2) Shaw, Geoffrey (Arrnanger) Published by Novello, GB () Used.
Hymn-tunes and their story, (London, C. Kelly, ), by James T. Lightwood (page images at HathiTrust) Hymn tunes of Lowell Mason, a bibliography (Cambridge, Mass., The University press, ), by Henry Lowell Mason (page images at HathiTrust; US access only).
The practice of naming hymn tunes developed to help identify a particular tune. The name was chosen by the compiler of the tune book or hymnal or by the composer. The majority of names have a connection with the composer and many are place names. Most hymnals provide a hymn tune index by name (alphabetical) and a hymn tune index by meter.
Samuel Wesley, Musician: The Story of His Life Cyclists’ Touring Club: The Romance of 50 Years Cycling, The Music of the Methodist Hymn-Book (London: The Epworth Press, ).
This opened the floodgates to all manner of hymns - including Gospel Hymns - and, coupled with the pioneering work of Watts and the Wesleys, laid the foundation of Anglican hymnody as we know it today. The other great impetus was the publication in of Hymns Ancient and Modern.
Its enlightened committee insisted that the book should reflect. O Come, Let Us Sing to the Lord. O for a Closer Walk. O for a Heart to Praise My God. O God, Our Help. O Sing a New Song to the Lord. There Is a Green Hill Far Away. This Is the Day the Lord Hath Made. While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks.
With Songs and Honors. It Came Upon the Midnight Clear. Abide With Me, 'Tis Eventide. Hymn Story Christ the Lord Is Risen Today Hymn lists by book of Bible Charles Wesley wrote this hymn inless than a year after his Aldersgate conversion. It was first sung in the Foundry Meeting House, an old iron foundry in London that Wesley converted.
In writing this chapter the task of identifying the tune, and its author, in the case of every hymn, would have required more time and labor than, perhaps, the importance of the facts would justify. Peculiar interest, however, attaches to Welsh hymns, even apart from the airs which accompany them, and a general idea of Welsh music may be gathered from the tone and metre of the lyrics introduced.A hymn is a type of song, usually religious, specifically written for the purpose of adoration or prayer, and typically addressed to a deity or deities, or to a prominent figure or word hymn derives from Greek ὕμνος (hymnos), which means "a song of praise".A writer of hymns is known as a singing or composition of hymns is called hymnody.The Cyber Hymnal™ Dedicated to the Glory of God If you find this site helpful, and you have a Facebook account, please consider clicking the Like and Share buttons below.
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