Praise the Lord, O my soul (Creighton, Robert)
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Vincent Novello (1781–1861), continuo realization as organ
Musical Times and Singing Class Circular, Vol.3, no.63
London: Musical Times Publications, August 1, 1849.
This musical excerpt appears between pages 188 and 195 of the August 1, 1849 issue (so marked, by the way, not as 1 August.)
|Work Title||Psalm 104|
|Alternative Title||Praise the Lord, O My Soul. Anthem for 5 voices|
|First Publication||1849 ?|
|Composer Time Period||Baroque|
|Instrumentation||2 Trebles, Alto, Bass, Continuo|
The claim is made in the insert that the Creighton work was "now first published" - recent scholarship if any may have discovered otherwise, of course. (Quick Worldcat search finds nothing earlier than 1849 at any rate that matches closely, an organ part to a Te Deum from a 1750 collection that includes Psalm settings by others besides.)