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The history and use of hymns and hymn-tunes, by the Rev. David R. Breed.

Author: David Riddle Breed; Charles N Boyd
Publisher: New York, Fleming H. Revell Co. [©1903]
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Breed, David Riddle, 1848-1931.
History and use of hymns and hymn-tunes.
New York, Fleming H. Revell Co. [©1903]
(OCoLC)894138737
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Riddle Breed; Charles N Boyd
OCLC Number: 1702912
Notes: Revision of the section on hymn-tunes by C.N. Boyd. cf. Pref.
Description: ix, pages, 1 leaf, 11-364 pages illustrations (music) 21 cm
Contents: Part 1: Hymns : I. Ancient hymns : Antiquity of sacred song ; Hebrew hymns ; Early Christian hymns --
II. Greek and Latin hymns : Influence of early heresies ; Greek hymns ; Latin hymns ; Greek and Latin hymns compared ; The two Bernards --
III. German hymns : Ante-reformation hymns ; Luther and his co-la-borers ; Later authors --
IV. Psalmody : Marot ; The Genevan Psalter ; English Psalmody ; Scotch Psalmody ; American Psalmody ; Comparison --
V. English hymnology : Periods : First period: doctrinal and didactic ; Second period: missionary and evangelistic ; Third period: devotional and experimental --
VI. The best hymns : Usage ; Lists of King and Benson ; Indispensable qualities --
VII. Hymns of first period, I : Bishop Ken ; Joseph Addison ; Isaac Watts --
VIII. Hymns of first period, II : Phillip Doddridge ; Charles Wesley ; Anna Steele ; William Williams ; John Cennick --
IX. Hymns of first period, III : John Newton ; William Cowper ; Edward Perronet ; Augustus M. Toplady --
X. Hymns of second period, I : The contrast in hymnody ; Benjamin Beddome ; James Montgomery ; Harriet Auber ; Mrs. Vokes ; James Marriott --
XI. Hymns of second period, II : Reginald Heber ; Thomas Hastings ; Phoebe Brown ; Sir Robert Grant ; Henry Kirk White --
XII. Hymns of second period, III : Charlotte Elliot ; John Keble ; Henry F. Lyte ; William Cullen Bryant ; George Washington Doane ; John Henry Newman --
XIII. Hymns of the second period, IV : Sarah Flower Adams ; Elizabeth P. Prentiss ; Ray Palmer ; Samuel F. Smith ; Horatius Bonar ; Henry Alford --
XIV. Hymns of third period : Jane Borthwick ; Sarah Findlater ; Catherine Winkworth ; Frederick W. Faber ; Edward Caswall ; John M. Neale ; Anna L. Waring ; Cecil F. Alexander ; Frances R. Havergal ; William Walsham How --
Part 2: Tunes : XV. History of hymn-tunes, period I : The homophonic era ; Greek scales ; Ambrose ; Gregory the great ; Hucbald --
XVI. History of hymn-tunes, period II : The development of polyphony ; Guido Arentino ; Counterpoint ; Franco ; Palestrina --
XVII. The appearing of the hymn-tune, period III : German chorals ; French tunes ; Anglican music ; Thomas Tallis --
XVIII. The perfecting of the hymn-tune : The old Psalm-tunes ; The new hymn-tunes ; Lowell Mason ; The perfected hymn-tune ; John B. Dykes --
XIX. The best tunes : Usage ; Rules --
XX. Gospel songs and singers : Characteristics ; Defects and excellence --
XXI. The co-ordination of public praise : Proper precedence ; Place in public worship ; Relation to preaching ; The real function of music.

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