A Paraphrase upon the Psalms, set to New Tunes (Lawes, Henry)

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Fynnjamin (2013/6/12)

Editor First edition
Publisher. Info. London: n.p. [at the Bell in St. Pauls Church-yard], 1638.
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Misc. Notes Preceded by Sandys' Paraphrase of the Book of Job.
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Bassani (2010/11/10)

Publisher. Info. London: O. D., 1648
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Fynnjamin (2013/4/9)

Editor John Playford
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Publisher. Info. London: W. Godbid, for Abel Roper, 1676.
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Arranger Matthew Camidge
Editor William Mason I
Publisher. Info. London: W. Blanchard, 1789.
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Psalmody for a single voice, being 24 melodies for private devotion, with a base for voice or instrument; First Published with Mr. George Sandys's "Paraphrase of the Psalms of David" in the year 1638. By Henry Lawes, Gentleman of his Majesty's Chapel Royal. With a Variation of each Psalm Tune on the same Page, by Matthew Camidge, Lately one of the Children of the same Chapel Royal. To which are prefixed some Introductory Remarks for this Publication, by W. Mason, M.A., Precentor of York.
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Work Title A Paraphrase upon the Psalmes of David: by G[eorge] S[andys]: set to New Tunes for Private Devotion, and a thorough Base for Voice or Instrument. By Henry Lawes, one of the Gentlemen of His Majesties Chapell-Royall.
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Composer Lawes, Henry
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 150 Psalms, 24 Psalms set to music
First Publication. 1638
Librettist George Sandys (1578?-1643?)
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Baroque
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation Voice and Basso Continuo/bass voice. (2 arrangements for 2 trebles & bass, 1 for 4 voices)