|First Publication||1850 ca.|
|Genre Categories||; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ;; ; ;|
⇒ 6 more: Part 1 (pp.17-37) • Part 2 (pp.38-57) • Part 3 (pp.58-72) • Part 4 (pp.73-96) • Supplement (pp.1-14) • Supplement (pp.15-36)
⇒ 6 more: Newport • Risca • Brynmawr • Anthem: Refuge (Foes may threaten) • Rock • Anthem: Hear, O Heav'ns
|Work Title||The Monmouthshire Melodist: A Select Variety of Congregational Tunes, together with 6 Original Anthems|
|Alternative. Title||Second (Copyright) Edition of the Monmouthshire Melodist, and Supplement: A Work containing Original Pieces, suitable for Chapel and Sunday School Anniversaries; also, A Variety of Chants, Tunes, &c., by various authors. Especially adapted for congregational use; The whole Edited and Arranged for the Organ, Pianoforte, &c., by the late Mr. Joseph Nicholds.|
|I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No.||None [force assignment]|
|First Publication.||1850 ca.|
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period||Classical|
|Instrumentation||voices, organ, instruments (1 piece calls for "organ or violins & cello")|
Scanned with permission from the sole surviving copy known, in possession of Upper Ettingshall Methodist Church, Coseley, a chapel associated with Nicholds and his music.
First published by Nicholds during or after his 4-year stay in the ironworks of the Welsh Valleys (c.1848-c.1852), most of the tunes are named after places in Monmouthshire.
Other composers contained in the book are: