A Compleat Collection of Psalm Tunes, in Four Parts, the Three Upper Parts Being Transposed Into the Treble Cliff; Fitted to All the Various Measures Now in Use: Taken From the Most Eminent Masters, Chiefly From Mr. Ravenscroft. To Which Is Added, A Dialogue Upon Death: With Several Psalm Tunes, Hymns, and Anthems, Never Before Publish'd: With An Introduction to Psalmody, and A Table Directing to Each Particular Tune Contain'd in This Book. The Whole Being Principally Design'd for the Ease, Improvement, and Delight of All Lovers of Psalmody: Being the First of This Kind Ever Yet ExtanteBook - 1730
Publisher: London : printed by William Pearson, and sold by Richard Ford, at the Angel, and Richard Hett at the Bible and Crown, both in the Poultry; John Gilbert mathematical-instrument-maker, on Tower-Hill; and Nathaniel Gawthorn the Black Peruke in Rood Lane, Fenchurch-Street, 1730.
Characteristics: xxii,,272p. : music ; 8⁰