The Seraph (Cole, John)
Baltimore: Francis M. Wills, n.d.
Baltimore: published by the editor, n.d. (ca.1827)
Appendices later merged and enlarged to form Part II of The Seraph.
Baltimore: John Cole, Fielding Lucas, Jr. and E. J. Coale, n.d.
The Seraph, Part Second; containing a selection of anthems, choruses, hymns, &c. &c.; adapted for the use of Musical Societies and Choirs. By John Cole
|Work Title||The Seraph|
|Alternative Title||The Seraph; a collection of Sacred Music: consisting of the most celebrated Psalm and Hymn Tunes, arranged generally in four vocal parts: including many which have never before been published in this country, and several entirely new, composed for this work; embracing all the variety of metres in general use, with a particular reference to the classification of the Hymns of the Protestant Episcopal Church. Also, - the rudiments of music, and a few practical lessons for the use of schools. By John Cole.|