The Beauties of Harmony (Freeman Lewis)
Title: The Beauties of Harmony
Full Title: The Beauties Of Harmony, Containing the Rudiments of Music on a New and Improved Plan; Including, with the Rules of Singing, an Explanation of the Rules and Principles of Composition, Together with an Extensive Collection of Sacred Music, Consisting of Plain Tunes, Fuges, Anthems, etc. Some of Which are Entirely New; to the Whole is Added an Appendix, Containing Explanations of Musical Terms, Characters, etc. Original and Selected.
Editor - Compiler: Freeman Lewis
Publication date and place: 1814 by Cramer, Spear, and Eichbaum and Freeman Lewis in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 199 pp. Second Edition 1816, 200 pp., reprinted 1818 and 1820.
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|Liberty Hall||1810||Lucius Chapin||Isaac Watts||Alas! And did my Savior bleed||Sacred||4||86. 86 (C.M.)|
|Ninety-Third||1814||Lucius Chapin||Philip Doddridge||Grace! 'tis a charming sound||Sacred||4||66. 86 (S.M.)|
|Rockbridge||1813||Lucius Chapin||Isaac Watts||Sweet is the work, my God, my King||Sacred||Psalm-tunes||4||88. 88 (L.M.)|
|Twenty-Fourth||1813||Amzi Chapin||Isaac Watts||Salvation! O the joyful sound||Sacred||3||86. 86 (C.M.)|