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In limp cloth, edges turned in
... 1s. Od.
... 2s. Od.
LONDON: HAMILTON, ADAMS AND CO.; and
NOVELLO, EWER AND CO.
(Ent. Sta. Hall.]
THE BRADFORD TUNE BOOK.-A Selection
1 of CONGREGATIONAL PSALMODY, Edited by S. SMITH,
Do. Foolscap 4to. (printed) do. 58. Od.
in limp cloth 4s. Od. Single Vocal Parts, for the Pew, 32mo. Super Royal,
cloth boards ... ... ... each 1s. Od. TONIC SOL-FA EDITION, transcribed by T. K. LONGBOTTOM, Limp cloth, 18. 6d.; cloth boards, 28.; roan, gilt edges, 3s. Also,
PSALMS AND CHANTS, &c. Arranged by S. SMITH, Esq. Organ Score, with words, Foolscap 4to, cloth boards 29. 6d. Single Vocal Parts, 32mo. Super Royal, do. ... 1s, Od. 32mo. (Sunday Schools) No. 7, 9d.-No. 8, 1s.-No. 9, 1s. 3d. 16mo. (Vocal Score) No. 10, Is. 6d.-No. 11, 28.-No. 12, 2s, 6d. THE BRADFORD TUNE BOOK, with PSALMS and CHANTS
in One Volume. Organ Score, cloth boards ... ... ... ... 88. Od. Do. roan, gilt edges
... 10s. Od. Single Vocal Parts, cloth boards ... ... each 28. Od.
*** The usual allowance to Congregations. London: Novello, Ewer and Co.; John Snow and Co.; and the Tonic Sol-fa Agency. Bradford : Thomas Brear. And, by order, of all Booksellers and Musicsellers.
The improvement and extension of the practice of congregationally singing a portion of the Bible-Psalms, &c., as a regular part of public worship, has engaged the thoughtful attention of the Editor for a long time past; and as the result of his observation and experience in this department of service, he now respectfully offers the following selection of “Psalms, Hymns and Anthems" to all those Churches and Congregations who are desirous of Scripturally enlarging the area of their “ Service of Song in the house of the Lord.”
It is, moreover, confidently hoped that the care and attention bestowed-in the pointing and arrangement of the text-in the selection of suitable music for each Psalm, &c.- in the adoption of a most convenient size and form of book, and in the cheapness at which it is offered—will meet with the cordial approval of all who take an interest in the progress of true Congregational Psalmody.
That portion of the work (149 pages) arranged for chanting, includes a large proportion of the Book of Psalms, 78 of which are complete, and 23 are selections, varying in length and character-supplemented by a few passages from other parts of the Scriptures, the whole affording a considerable range of choice. The numerical order of the Psalms, as they stand in the Bible, has been followed as closely as the principle of avoiding "a turn