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The Village harmony: or, Youth's assistant to sacred music. [microform] : Containing, a concise introduction to the grounds of music, with such a collection of the most approved psalm tunes, anthems, and other pieces, as are most suitable for divine worship. Designed principally for the use of schools and singing societies. : [Four lines of verse] : Published agreeably to act of Congress.

Publication:
Printed at Exeter, New-Hampshire, : by Henry Ranlet, and sold at his book-store, by the hundred, dozen or single; sold also by Thomas & Andrews, David and John West, and Caleb Bingham, Boston; Thomas C. Cushing, Salem; Edmund M. Blunt, Newburyport; Stephen Patten, Portland; David Howe, Haverhill; William A. Kent, Concord, and Charles Peirce, Portsmouth.--Price 10 dolls. per dozen, and 1 doll. single., 1800.
Format/Description:
Microformat
[2], x, [1], 12-205, [1] p. : music ; 13 x 21 cm.
Edition:
Fifth edition, corrected and improved.
Series:
Early American imprints. First series ; no. 38938.
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Subjects:
Music -- Instruction and study.
Church music.
Form/Genre:
Hymnals.
Place of Publication:
United States New Hampshire Exeter.
United States Massachusetts Boston.
United States Massachusetts Salem.
United States Massachusetts Newburyport.
United States Maine Portland.
United States Massachusetts Haverhill.
United States New Hampshire Concord.
United States New Hampshire Portsmouth.
Notes:
Tentatively ascribed to Jacob Kimball in: Metcalf, Frank. American writers and compilers of sacred music.
Edition statement transposed; precedes "Published agreeably to act of Congress." on title page.
Microfiche. [New York : Readex Microprint, 1985] 11 x 15 cm. (Early American imprints. First series ; no. 38938).
Cited in:
Evans 38938
Contributor:
Kimball, Jacob, 1761-1826.
OCLC:
55835073