The Village Harmony (Various)
Exeter, NH: Henry Ranlet, 1803.
Corner torn out of page i & ii, rudiments.
Exeter, NH: printed by Norris & Sawyer, 1807.
Newburyport, MA: E. Little & Co, 1815.
printed by C[harles]. Norris & Co.
Most of the American composers' works were removed by the time of this edition, and there are some anthems with instrumental passages.
Newburyport, MA: E. Little & Co., 1816
printed by C. Norris & Co.
Index page torn, not wholly legible.
Boston, MA: West & Richardson, 1817.
printed by C. Norris & Co., Exeter, NH.
Title change: The Village Harmony: or, New-England Repository of Sacred Musick. Collected from the Works of the most Celebrated Masters. Fourteenth edition, greatly improved.
|Work Title||The Village Harmony|
|Alternative Title||The Village harmony; or, Youth's assistant to sacred music : containing a concise introduction to the grouds 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|
The Village Harmony: or, Youth's Assistant to Sacred Musick. Consisting of Psalm Tunes and Occasional Pieces, selected form the works of the most eminent composers. To which is prefixed a concise Introduction to Psalmody.