Musical Repository (Ashmead, Samuel)
Philadelphia: Orrin Rogers, 1841.
Uses 4-syllable solfege in the Rudiments (faw sol law faw sol law mi).
Philadelphia: James Harmstead, 1847.
Printed by T. K. & P. G. Collins.
Uses 7-syllable solfege in the Rudiments (do re me faw sol la si).
|Work Title||The Musical Repository|
|Alternative Title||Musical Repository, being a collection of popular music, principally original, and adapted to the use of Sabbath-Schools, and other juvenile institutions.|
|Instrumentation||3-4 voices / choir|
Possibly the earliest instance of the song "All is Well" attributed to Charles Dingley.