Sacred poetry and music reconciled.
or a collection of hymns, original and compiled, intended to secure, by the simplest and most practicable means, an invariable coincidence between the poetic and the musical emphases, and thus to combine the two powers for the high purpose of religious impression; to which are added several chants for hymns and select scriptures, with a simple notation, adapted to the general design.
|Main Author:||Willard, Samuel, 1775-1859.|
Boston : L.C. Bowles, 1830.
Congregational churches /
Pages 350-354 incorrectly numbered 450-454.
"Adopted ... by the Third Congregational Society in Hingham".
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