The Resource The founding years (1620-1800), (sound recording)

The founding years (1620-1800), (sound recording)

Label
The founding years (1620-1800)
Title
The founding years (1620-1800)
Creator
Contributor
Conductor
Performer
Subject
Genre
Language
  • eng
  • eng
Related
Member of
Accompanying matter
  • biography of composer or author
  • biography of performer or history of ensemble
  • technical information on music
  • historical information
Cataloging source
TWU
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  • Bible
  • Bible
Form of composition
multiple forms
Format of music
not applicable
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Gregg Smith Singers
PerformerNote
Various vocal soloists ; Gregg Smith Singers ; Gregg Smith, conductor
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  • 1949-
  • 1737-1791
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  • Smith, Gregg
  • Richman, James
  • Hopkinson, Francis
Series statement
America sings
Series volume
v. 1
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  • Vocal music
  • Vocal music
  • Psalms (Music)
  • Moravians
  • Songs with harpsichord
  • United States
Label
The founding years (1620-1800), (sound recording)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Title from container
  • In manual sequence; in one container
  • Biographical and program notes, in part by Gregg Smith (8 p. : port. ; 28 cm.) inserted in container
Capture and storage technique
analog electrical storage
Carrier category
audio disc
Carrier category code
  • sd
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Configuration of playback channels
stereophonic
Content category
performed music
Content type code
  • prm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The Ainsworth and Bay Psalters (19:08). Ainsworth Psalms (100, 25, 1, 111, 97; 55, 34, 13, 27, 18, 75; 37, 39, 33, 24, 84) -- Bay Psalms (4, 23; 73, 39, 100). -- 18th century American tune books (16:02). Introduction: 3 tunes (Standish ; Isle of Wight ; 100 Psalm tune new) / Tufts -- Grounds and rules: 4 tunes (Southwell new ; Windsor ; Litchfield ; Psalm 148) / Walter --Urania: 3 tunes (Standish ; Isle of Wight ; 100 Psalm tune new) / Lyon -- One tune, four sources (Cambridge tune ; Southwell tune) -- The Lord descended from above ; 19th psalm / Lyon
  • (cont.): Sacred music of the Revolutionary period (28:30). Thus saith the High / Billings -- Four hymns (China / Swan ; Despair ; Amanda / Morgan ; Salisbury / Brownson) -- Three fuging tunes (Montgomery / Morgan ; Russia / Read ; Northfield / Ingalls) -- Behold I bring you glad tidings / Stevenson -- O be joyful in the Lord / Selby -- As the hart panteth / Billings. -- Music of the American Moravians (21:15). O be glad, ye daughters of His people / Dencke -- God was in Jesus / Herbst -- I will make an everlasting covenant ; I will freely sacrifice to Thee / J.F. Peter -- How beautiful upon the mountains / Antes -- O, there's a sight that rends my heart ; Look ye, how my servants shall be feasting / Simon Peter
  • (cont.): Secular music of the American Revolution (34:25). Bunker Hill / Law -- An homage to George Washington -- The seasons / Belknap -- Two anthems on the same text (Down steers the bass / Read ; Consonance / Billings) -- Four ballads (My days have been so wond'rous free / Hopkinson ; A cook my good masters / anon. ; The mischievous bee ; Last week I took a wife / Kelly) -- Friendship : an ode / Lyon. -- Eight songs (Come fair Rosina ; My love is gone to sea ; Beneath a weeping willow's shade ; Enraptur'd I gaze ; Oer the hills far away ; See, down Maria's blushing cheek ; Rondo: My gen'rous heart disdains ; The traveler benighted and lost) / Francis Hopkinson (27:45)
  • The Ainsworth and Bay Psalters: Ainsworth Psalms. 100, 25, 1, 111, 97, 55, 34, 13, 27, 18, 75, 37, 39, 33, 24, 84 ; Bay Psalms. 4, 23, 73, 39, 100 (19:08) -- 18th century American tune books: Introduction, 3 tunes. Standish ; Isle of Wight ; 100 Psalm tune new / Tufts ; Grounds and rules, 4 tunes. Southwell new ; Windsor ; Litchfield ; Psalm 148 / Walter ; Urania. Standish ; Isle of Wight ; 100 Psalm tune new ; The Lord descended from above ; 19th psalm / Lyon ; One tune, four sources. Cambridge tune / Ainsworth & Bay ; Southwell tune / Walter & Lyon (16:02)
  • Sacred music of the Revolutionary period: Thus saith the High, the lofty one / Billings ; Four hymns. China / Swan ; Despair ; Amanda / Morgan ; Salisbury / Brownson ; Three fuging tunes. Montgomery / Morgan ; Russia / Read ; Northfield / Ingalls ; Behold I bring you glad tidings / Stevenson ; O be joyful in the Lord / Selby ; As the hart panteth / Billings (28:20) -- Music of the American Moravians: O, be glad, ye daughters of His people / Dencke ; God was in Jesus / Herbst ; I will make an everlasting covenant ; I will freely sacrifice to Thee / J.F. Peter ; How beautiful upon the mountains / Antes ; O, there's a sight that rends my heart ; Look ye, how my servants shall be feasting / Simon Peter (21:15)
  • Secular music of the American Revolution: Bunker Hill / Law ; An homage to George Washington. A toast / Hopkinson ; Washington's march / Anon. ; Ode for the New Year / Selby ; Funeral dirge on the death of General Washington / van Hagen ; The seasons / Belknap ; Two anthems on the same text. Down steers the bass / Read ; Consonance / Billings ; Four ballads. My days have been so wond'rous free / Hopkinson ; A cook my good masters / Anon. ; The mischievous bee ; Last week I took a wife / Kelly ; Friendship (an ode) / Lyon (34:25) -- Eight songs. Come fair Rosina ; My love is gone to sea ; Beneath a weeping willow's shade ; Oer the hills far away ; See, down Maria's blushing cheek ; Enraptur'd I gaze ; My gen'rous heart disdains ; The traveler benighted and lost / Francis Hopkinson (James Richman, harpsichordist) (27:45)
Control code
2663687
Dimensions
12 in.
Dimensions
12 in. diameter
Extent
3 sound discs
Groove width / pitch
microgroove fine
Media category
audio
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • s
Note
UMKC: Marr copy forms part of the Fred Calland Collection.
Other physical details
analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo.
Publisher number
SVBX 5350
Specific material designation
sound disc
Speed
33 1/3 rpm (discs)
Tape configuration
not applicable
Tape width
not applicable
Label
The founding years (1620-1800), (sound recording)
Publication
Note
  • Title from container
  • In manual sequence; in one container
  • Biographical and program notes, in part by Gregg Smith (8 p. : port. ; 28 cm.) inserted in container
Capture and storage technique
analog electrical storage
Carrier category
audio disc
Carrier category code
  • sd
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Configuration of playback channels
stereophonic
Content category
performed music
Content type code
  • prm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The Ainsworth and Bay Psalters (19:08). Ainsworth Psalms (100, 25, 1, 111, 97; 55, 34, 13, 27, 18, 75; 37, 39, 33, 24, 84) -- Bay Psalms (4, 23; 73, 39, 100). -- 18th century American tune books (16:02). Introduction: 3 tunes (Standish ; Isle of Wight ; 100 Psalm tune new) / Tufts -- Grounds and rules: 4 tunes (Southwell new ; Windsor ; Litchfield ; Psalm 148) / Walter --Urania: 3 tunes (Standish ; Isle of Wight ; 100 Psalm tune new) / Lyon -- One tune, four sources (Cambridge tune ; Southwell tune) -- The Lord descended from above ; 19th psalm / Lyon
  • (cont.): Sacred music of the Revolutionary period (28:30). Thus saith the High / Billings -- Four hymns (China / Swan ; Despair ; Amanda / Morgan ; Salisbury / Brownson) -- Three fuging tunes (Montgomery / Morgan ; Russia / Read ; Northfield / Ingalls) -- Behold I bring you glad tidings / Stevenson -- O be joyful in the Lord / Selby -- As the hart panteth / Billings. -- Music of the American Moravians (21:15). O be glad, ye daughters of His people / Dencke -- God was in Jesus / Herbst -- I will make an everlasting covenant ; I will freely sacrifice to Thee / J.F. Peter -- How beautiful upon the mountains / Antes -- O, there's a sight that rends my heart ; Look ye, how my servants shall be feasting / Simon Peter
  • (cont.): Secular music of the American Revolution (34:25). Bunker Hill / Law -- An homage to George Washington -- The seasons / Belknap -- Two anthems on the same text (Down steers the bass / Read ; Consonance / Billings) -- Four ballads (My days have been so wond'rous free / Hopkinson ; A cook my good masters / anon. ; The mischievous bee ; Last week I took a wife / Kelly) -- Friendship : an ode / Lyon. -- Eight songs (Come fair Rosina ; My love is gone to sea ; Beneath a weeping willow's shade ; Enraptur'd I gaze ; Oer the hills far away ; See, down Maria's blushing cheek ; Rondo: My gen'rous heart disdains ; The traveler benighted and lost) / Francis Hopkinson (27:45)
  • The Ainsworth and Bay Psalters: Ainsworth Psalms. 100, 25, 1, 111, 97, 55, 34, 13, 27, 18, 75, 37, 39, 33, 24, 84 ; Bay Psalms. 4, 23, 73, 39, 100 (19:08) -- 18th century American tune books: Introduction, 3 tunes. Standish ; Isle of Wight ; 100 Psalm tune new / Tufts ; Grounds and rules, 4 tunes. Southwell new ; Windsor ; Litchfield ; Psalm 148 / Walter ; Urania. Standish ; Isle of Wight ; 100 Psalm tune new ; The Lord descended from above ; 19th psalm / Lyon ; One tune, four sources. Cambridge tune / Ainsworth & Bay ; Southwell tune / Walter & Lyon (16:02)
  • Sacred music of the Revolutionary period: Thus saith the High, the lofty one / Billings ; Four hymns. China / Swan ; Despair ; Amanda / Morgan ; Salisbury / Brownson ; Three fuging tunes. Montgomery / Morgan ; Russia / Read ; Northfield / Ingalls ; Behold I bring you glad tidings / Stevenson ; O be joyful in the Lord / Selby ; As the hart panteth / Billings (28:20) -- Music of the American Moravians: O, be glad, ye daughters of His people / Dencke ; God was in Jesus / Herbst ; I will make an everlasting covenant ; I will freely sacrifice to Thee / J.F. Peter ; How beautiful upon the mountains / Antes ; O, there's a sight that rends my heart ; Look ye, how my servants shall be feasting / Simon Peter (21:15)
  • Secular music of the American Revolution: Bunker Hill / Law ; An homage to George Washington. A toast / Hopkinson ; Washington's march / Anon. ; Ode for the New Year / Selby ; Funeral dirge on the death of General Washington / van Hagen ; The seasons / Belknap ; Two anthems on the same text. Down steers the bass / Read ; Consonance / Billings ; Four ballads. My days have been so wond'rous free / Hopkinson ; A cook my good masters / Anon. ; The mischievous bee ; Last week I took a wife / Kelly ; Friendship (an ode) / Lyon (34:25) -- Eight songs. Come fair Rosina ; My love is gone to sea ; Beneath a weeping willow's shade ; Oer the hills far away ; See, down Maria's blushing cheek ; Enraptur'd I gaze ; My gen'rous heart disdains ; The traveler benighted and lost / Francis Hopkinson (James Richman, harpsichordist) (27:45)
Control code
2663687
Dimensions
12 in.
Dimensions
12 in. diameter
Extent
3 sound discs
Groove width / pitch
microgroove fine
Media category
audio
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • s
Note
UMKC: Marr copy forms part of the Fred Calland Collection.
Other physical details
analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo.
Publisher number
SVBX 5350
Specific material designation
sound disc
Speed
33 1/3 rpm (discs)
Tape configuration
not applicable
Tape width
not applicable

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