Harmonia Perfecta (Gawthorn, Nathaniel)

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Fynnjamin (2012/9/30)

Editor Nathaniel Gawthorn
Publisher. Info. London: William Pearson, 1730.
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Work Title Harmonia Perfecta
Alternative. Title Harmonia Perfecta: A Compleat Collection of Psalm Tunes, in Four Parts, the three Upper Parts being Transposed into the Treble Cliff; fitted to all the various Measures now in Use: Taken from the most Eminent Masters, chiefly from Mr. Ravenscroft. To which is added, A dialogue upon death: With several Psalm Tunes, Hymns and Anthems, never before Publish'd: With an Introduction to Psalmody, and a Table directing to each particular Tune contain'd in this Book. The whole being Principally design'd for the Ease, Improvement, and Delight of all Lovers of Psalmody: Being the first of this kind ever yet Extant.
Composer Gawthorn, Nathaniel
First Publication. 1730
Language English
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Baroque
Piece Style Baroque
Instrumentation 2-4 voices (SSTB/SATB chorus); voice, continuo