||Northampton, MA: Andrew Wright, for the Compiler, 1802.
||Harmony of Harmony
||Harmony of Harmony. By Jacob French, Musico Theorico. Author of the New American Melody, and Psalmodist's companion.
||In Five Parts. Containing,
- I. The Ground Work, or Principles of Music, by way of Question and Answer.
- II. The Gamut, or Scale of Music, in a very Plain and Concise Method,
- together with Observations on Music.
- III. A Complete Set of Psalm Tunes,
- Adapted to all the different Metres and Keys usually sung in Churches.
- IV. A Number of Pieces Set to Particular Psalms and Hymns,
- together with Odes, Fuging and Flying Pieces.
- V. A Number of Anthems, Suitable for different occasions.
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Contains the first published version of a section in Billings' Easter Anthem that has not been positively identified as the composer's own work.