Partition complète, pour Southern Harmony, et Musical Companion par William Walker
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Visionnez la partition de musique pour Southern Harmony, et Musical Companion partition complète, psaumes, de Walker, William. Cette partition classique célèbre écrite pour les instruments comme: voix
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Rédacteur: Revised 1854 edition
Edition: Philadelphia: E. W. Miller, 1854.

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Nombre de lectures 53
Licence : Libre de droits
Langue English
Poids de l'ouvrage 15 Mo

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THE
SOUTHERN HARMONY
by
William Walker
Edited by
Glenn C. Wilcox
First line index by
Charles L. Atkins
A PRO MUSICAMERICANA REPRINT
Los Angeles
1966Errata
[IV]
br = brace st = staff m = measure
Page
begin a reference to Baptist Selection (1787), its appar-xiii Minor Key illustration, G clef, next to last note: read G
ent first printingsharp for E
86 Br 2 st 3 m 1: read last note on E (probably)xiii Triple time, Major key, G clef, m 4: read last note as fa
xiv St 2 m 7: read first four notes with same rhythm as second 88 Br 1 st 2 m 7: read first note as quarter note
88 Br 2 st 1 and 2 m 2: read first note as sixteenth, readfour
second note as dotted eighthxix Br 2 st 3 m 11: read first note as half note
xxii Second line of words: read dotting for datting 88 Br 2 st 2 m 3 : read first note as quarter note
90 Br 2 st 1 m 6: read slur over beats 4 and 5xxiv Column 1, last paragraph: Perfect fourth, Sharp fourth,
Flat fifth are omitted in the list of intervals, although 91 Br 2 st 2 m 4: read half note
shown in the following illustrations 92 Br 1 st 4 m 7: read first note as half note
xxvi Br 3 st 1 m 4: read A sharp for A natural 95 Br 1 st 3 m 1: F sharp and G sharp reversed in key
xxxii Definition of diminuendo as "becoming louder" apparently signature
an editorial oversight, as the first part of the definition is 96 Br 1 st 2 m 4: read last note on D
correct 96 Br 1 st 3 m 12: read first note (choosing notes) as quarter
note7 Br 1 st 3 m 8: read first note as C
98 Br 2 st 4 m 1: read second note as E23 Br 1 st 4 m 5: read whole note
100 Br 2 st 1 m 3 : read slur over beats 1 and 226 Br 2 2nd line of words read: Supported by his power
104 Br 2 st 2 m 1: read last note on E28 Br 1 st 2 m 8: read last note as half note
106 Br 2 st 3 m 10: read first note on A28 Br 2 st 4 m 1: read F clef for G clef
107 Read second line of hymn: And let it faint and die;32 St 1 m 2: read first note as B
32 St 1, last note: read as half note 108 Br 2 st 3 1st ending: read repeat sign one space lower
34 Br 1 st 3 m 11: read second note on B 108 Br 2 st 3 2nd: read as G
36 Br 2 st 1 m last: read whole note 112 Br 1 st 1 m 4: read last note as E (4th space)
39 Br 2 st 2 m 1: read first note as E 112 Br 1 st 3 m 1: read last note as B (2nd line)
39 Br 2 st 2 2nd ending: read as E 112 Br 2 st 1 m 2 : read first note as B (3rd line)
112 Br 2 st 3 m 2: read last note as B (2nd line)42 Br 1 st 3 m 3: read shape of second note as la
114 Br 2 st 4 m last: read whole note43 Br 2 st 2 m 3: read slur on beats 4 and 5
123 Br 1 st 3 m 4 : read last note as quarter note44 Br 1 st 3 m 9 : read octaves (1st note) as quarter notes
123 Br 2 st 1 m 4: read last note asr note44 Br 2 st 3 m 2 (first ending): read octaves as quarter notes
130 Br 1 st 3 m last: read second note on D50 Br 1 st 3 m 6: read last note as D
130 Br 2 st 2 2nd ending: read shape as fa53 Br 2 st 3 m 10: read slur over first two beats only
135 Br 2 st 3 m 5: read B54 Br 2 st 3 m 10: read tie on first two notes only
135 Br 2 st 3 m 9: read the two sixteenth notes as eighth notes66 Stanza 4, first 2 lines, read: 0, may my heart, by grace
136 Br 2 st2 m 7: read last note as Brenew'd Be my Redeemer's throne
71 Br 1 st 1 m 4: read last note on B 138 Br 2 st 1 m last: read last note (lower choosing note) as G
139 Br 2 m last, all parts: read either as whole or half notes73 Br 2 m 2 all parts: read first note as dotted quarter and
145 Br 2 st 1 m 12: read natural sign on 3rd linerest as quarter rest
147 Br 2 st 1 2nd ending: read B80 Br 2 st 3 1st and 2nd ending: read B flat for D
148 Br 1 st 3 m 7: read last note as quarter note84 Source illegible, as only one letter showing; if an E, it may
149 Br 2 st 1 m 5: read slur over 3rd and 4th notesrefer to E. Jones, the probable author; if a B, it may300 Br 2 st 3 m 1: add 2 as denominator of meter signature [V]149 Br 2 st 2 m 1: read first note as F sharp
157 Br 1 st 2 m last: read natural on 3rd line 313 Br 2 st 2 m 5: last note should be either E (4th space)
or A (2nd space), or shape should be fa if on C; not158 Br 1 last note all parts: read whole note
found in any other source and actual performance is un-158 Br 2 last note all: reade note
160 Br 1 st 4 m 6: read last note as eighth note known
161 Rhythm in opening and closing measures, all parts, should 328 Br 2 st 2 m 6: read meter signature numerator as 3
330 Br 2 st 3 m 6: read as Dagree; in other sources, this is whole note in both meas-
ures; also, 1st ending omitted here but found in other 333 Br 1 st 1 and 2 1st endings: add fermata
333 Br 2 st 4 m 1 and 2: read first two notes of line as B flatsources
333 Br 2 st 4 m 8: read first note as whole note167 Brlstlml: read last note as A
171 Br 1 st 4 m 9: read C (2nd Space) 335 Index
Carnsville is listed as the alternate title for The Christian,175 Br 2 st 4 m 6: read 3rd note as quarter note
p. 26176 Br 2, all parts but counter: add 1st and 2nd ending num-
bers Communion, p. 10, is not in the book
Easter Anthem, p. 190, should read p. 189177 Br 2 st 2 m 2: read fifth note as quarter note
180 Br 1 st 1 m 7: the apparent fermata should be read as a Female Convict, p. 160, is not in the book
dotted quarter note, with a slur over beats 1, 2, and 3 Happiness, p. 38, should read p. 40
Nashville, p. 271, is correct, but Indian Convert, p. 133,180 Br 1 st 3 m 11: read first note as half note
gives an alternate title of Nashville, which is omitted181 Br 1 st 3 m 12: read third note as whole note
183 Br 2 st 1 m 5: read dotted whole note from the index; the two tunes are dissimilar
184 Br 1 st 1 m 4: read slur over beats 4 and 5 Natchez is omitted as the alternate title for Morning Wor-
ship, p. 285188 Br 2 st 3 m 4: read natural sign on 3rd space
191 Br 2 st 2 m 4: read first 3 notes as eighth and two six- Paxton is omitted as the alternate title for Joy to the World,
teenth notes p. 281
Resignation, p. 26, should read p. 38191 Br 2 st 4 m last: read D (3rd line)
206 Br 1 st 1 m 2: read last note as B Shepherd, p. 235,d read p. 267
214 Br 2: add clef signs Soda is listed as the alternate title for Tender Care, p. 331
Star in the East, p. 10, should read p. 16215 Add clef signs, both braces
216d clef, boths The good old Way, p. 156, is also listed as Good old Way,
216 Br 1 st 2 m 5: read second note on A (rather than G) p. 156
250 Br 2 st 3 m 4: read first note as half note 336 Metrical Index
251 Br 1 st 2 m 12: read second note on A Peterborough, p. 183, omitted from CM. list
252 Br 1 st 3 m 8: read bottom note of choosing notes as G Pacolet, p. 106, omitted; meter given as 7,6
253 Br 1 st 1 m 6: read first two notes on D Judgment, p. 47,; meter given as 7,6,7,6,7,7,7,6
253 Br 1 st 3 m 3: read last note on G The following tunes have no metrical designations and are
265 Br 2 st 3: read F clef omitted from this index:
266 Br 2 st 2 m 3: read first note as dotted quarter note
Heavenly Armour, p. 93Christian Song, p. 129
278 Tune Zion: third stanza incorrectly numbered 2
Claremont, p. 183y Vision, p. 206
285 Br 1 st 1 m last: read whole note
David's Lamentation, p. 213 Ocean, p. 180
285 Br 1 st 2 m 11: second note (la) probably should be read
O come, come away, p. 144Easter Anthem, p. 189
as E (4th space) ; all other located sources read in this
Farewell, p. 214 Ode on Science, p. 210
measure 1st note on G (2nd line) second note on A (2nd
Funeral Anthem, p. 187 Rose of Sharon, p. 200
space); also, all other sources show entire composition in
Hail Columbia, p. 141 The Saints' Delight, p. 104
triple meterFirst Line Index
Dark and thorny is the desert 83A few more days on earth to spend 74[VI] David the king was grieved and moved 213A story most lovely 111 tell 85
Dear friends, farewell, I do you tell 14Afflictions, though they seem severe 28
Death, 'tis a melancholy day 119Alas, and did my Saviour bleed 324
Did Christ o'er sinner's weep? 7All hail the power of Jesus' name - 299
Dismiss us with thy blessing, Lord 67Along the banks where Babel's current flows 164
Do not I love thee, 0 my Lord? 40Am F a soldier of the cross 10, 45
Amazing grace! (how sweet the sound) 8
Early, my God, without delay 170And am I born to die? 31, 281
Eternity draws nigh 333And if you meet with troubles 93
And let this feeble body fail7
Far from mortal cares retreating 325And must I be to judgment brought 285
Farewell, farewell, farewell, my friends 158Angels in shining order stand - 116, my dear brethren 34, 334Approach, my soul, the mercy seat 183
Farewell, my lovely friends, farewell 35As on the cross the Saviour hung -! vain world, I'm going home 313Away from his home and the friends of his youth 196
Father, I long, I faint to see 92, Son, and Holy Ghost, One in three 274Behold! behold the Lamb of God! 320
Father, who in the olive shade 330Bless, O my soul, the living God 153
From all that dwell below the skies 178Blow ye trumpet, blow 77
From Greenland's icy mountains IllBrethren, don't you hear the sound? 61
From whence does this union arise 39, we have met to worship 103
Bright scenes of glory strike my sense 36
Give me the wings of faith 284Broad is the road that leads to death 48
Glorious things of thee are spoken 42Burst, ye emerald gates0
God is our refuge in distress 121By Babel's streams we sat and wept 52
Good morning, brother pilgrim 143
Grace! 'tis a charming sound

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