Sacred Harmony (Davidson, Alexander)

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Editor 4th edition
Alexander Davidson
Publisher. Info. Toronto: John Ryerson, 1842.
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Editor Alexander Davidson
E.W. Bliss
Publisher. Info. Toronto: G. R. Sanderson, 1858.
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4-shape notation edition

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Editor Alexander Davidson
Publisher. Info. Toronto: John Ryerson, 1839.
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Editor Alexander Davidson
E.W. Bliss
Publisher. Info. Toronto: Anson Green, 1845
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Supplement

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Editor Alexander Davidson
E.W. Bliss
Publisher. Info. Toronto: Anson Green, 1845
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Misc. Notes Title: Supplement to the Sacred harmony; consisting of a choice collection of hymn tunes, sentences, and anthems, selected from the compositions of Handel, Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Weber, and others; including the elementary instruction, on the system of Pestalozzi, as adopted by the Boston Academy of Music; by E.W. Bliss, professor of music, and approved by a committee appointed for that purpose
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Work Title Sacred Harmony, 1838
Alternative. Title Sacred Harmony: consisting of a variety of tunes, adapted to the different metres now in use in the Wesleyan Methodist Hymn Book, and a few anthems and favourite pieces; selected from the most approved authors, ancient and modern, under the direction of the Conference of the Wesleyan Methodist Church in Canada. By Alexander Davidson
Composer Davidson, Alexander
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
First Publication. 1838. Supplement 1845.
Language English
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation 3-4 voices; in later editions several pieces have figured bass and instrumental passages for organ

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