Harmony of Harmony (Jacob French)

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Short Title: Harmony of Harmony

Complete Title: Harmony of Harmony, in Five Parts. Containing I. The Ground Work, or Principles of Music, by Way of Question and Answers; II. The Gamut, or Scale of Music, in a Very Plain and Concise Method, together with Observations on Music; III. A Complete Set of Psalm Tunes, Adapted to all the Meters and Keys Usually Sung in Churches; IV. A Number of Pieces Set to Particular Psalms and Hymns, Together with Odes, Fuging and Flying Pieces; V. A Number of Anthems, Suitable for Different Occasions

Author: Jacob French

Publication date and place: 1802 Northampton, Massachusetts: Andrew Wright. 152 pp.

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List of works

No. Pg. HTI* Title Composer Author First Line Meter Key Time Vo. Comment
1 x 271a Flat Key Unattr. 1591 Isaac Watts God of my life, look gently down L.M. a 4:4 4 Example p. x
2 xi 9016 Sharp Key Jacob French Isaac Watts Now to the Lord a nobler song L.M. C 4:4 4 Example p. xi
3 9 5977 Attention Jacob French Isaac Watts Great God, attend while Zion sings L.M. C 4:4 4
4 10 9013 Creation Jacob French Anonymous Blest be the man whose piercing mind 88.88.88. G 4:4 4
5 11 9026 New Hundred Berkenhead Isaac Watts Ye nations round the earth rejoice L.M. F 4:4 4
6 12a 9031 Providence Jacob French Isaac Watts Give thanks aloud to God 66.66.88. C 4:4 4
7 12b 9036 Terror Jacob French Isaac Watts Silent I waited with long-suffering love 10 10.10 10. F 2:2 4
8 14 9011 Conviction Jacob French Isaac Watts Alas, my aching heart S.M.D. A 3:2 4
9 15 7023 Newton Samuel Babcock Philip Doddridge My Savior God, no voice but thine C.M.D. C 4:4 4
10 16 8998 Ascension Jacob French Charles Wesley Hail the day that saw him rise 77.77.D. G 2:2 4
11 17 6326 Bradford Jacob Kimball Isaac Watts How short and hasty are our lives C.M.D. c 2:2 4
12 18 6500 Grafton Joseph Stone Isaac Watts Jesus, the vision of thy face C.M. C 4:4 4
13 20 9004 Caelestis Jacob French Robert Seagrave Rise my soul and stretch thy wings 76.76.D. G 2:4 4
14 21 7029 Weston Samuel Babcock Isaac Watts I lift my soul to God S.M.D. b 4:4 4
15 22 7656 Newburgh Amon Munson Isaac Watts Let every creature join S.M.D. C 4:4 4
16 23 909b Mear Unattr. 1720 Isaac Watts Sing to the Lord, ye distant lands C.M. G 3:2 4
17 24 5125b Beauty Jacob French Isaac Watts We are a garden walled around L.M. G 2:2 4
18 25 6290 Coronation Oliver Holden Edward Perronet All hail the power of Jesus' name C.M. A 4:4 4
19 26 9024 Mount Vernon Jacob French John Peck What if the saint must die S.M.D. G 2:2 4
20 27 7483 Delight Simeon Coan Isaac Watts No burning heats by day 66.66.88. e 4:4 4
21 28 9018 Gratitude Jacob French Isaac Watts What shall I render to my God C.M.D. g 4:4 4
22 29 6287 Concord Oliver Holden Isaac Watts The hill of Zion yields S.M. C 4:4 4
23 30 9001 Babylon Jacob French Joel Barlow Along the banks 10 10.10 10. e 4:4 4
24 31 9030 Proclamation Jacob French Isaac Watts He reigns, the Lord, the Savior reigns L.M.D. F 4:4 4
25 32 7916 Livona Unattr. 1800 Isaac Watts I'll praise my maker with my breath 88.88.88. e 4:4 4
26 33 9022 Middlesex Jacob French Isaac Watts Death, tis a melancholy day C.M. e 4:4 4
27 34a 9034 Savona Findley Isaac Watts What shall I render to my God C.M. F 4:4 4
28 34b 2934 Little Marlborough Aaron Williams Aaron Williams Welcome, sweet day of rest S.M. a 3:4 4
29 35 9033 Retribution Jacob French Isaac Watts The God of glory sends 10 10.11.11. F 4:4 4
30 36 9039 Winthrop Jacob French Tate & Brady Whom then in heaven but thee alone L.M. E 4:4 4
31 37 2223a Sutton Unattr. 1754 Isaac Watts Behold the lofty sky S.M. F 3:4 4
32 38a 9037 Vanity Jacob French Isaac Watts Some walk in honor's gaudy show C.M. a 2:4 4
33 38b 9038 Warren Isaac Lane Isaac Watts Let all our tongues be one S.M. A 2:2 4
34 39 5805a Happiness Jacob French Isaac Watts Joy to the world! The Lord is come C.M.D. G 4:4 4
35 40 5149 Minden Jacob French Isaac Watts Ye sons of Adam, vain and young L.M. a 2:4 4
36 41a 9020 Marlborough Jacob Kimball Isaac Watts My Savior and my King S.M. C 4:4 4
37 41b 143a Old Hundred Louis Bourgeois Tate & Brady Be thou, O God, exalted high L.M. B 2:2 4 Harm. John Dowland
38 42 9007 Charlton Jacob French Isaac Watts How pleased and blest was I 668.668. B 4:4 4
39 43 9010 Connecticut Jacob French William Billings Come let us sing unto the Lord 88.88.88. C 2:4 4
40 44a 9000 Attleborough Isaac Lane Isaac Watts The Lord, how wondrous are his ways L.M. F 4:4 4
41 44b 995k Bray Aaron Williams Isaac Watts Awake my heart, arise my tongue C.M. G 2:2 4
42 45 7206a New Jerusalem Jeremiah Ingalls Isaac Watts From the third heaven C.M. G 4:4 4
43 46 9015 Dormant Jacob French Thomas Flatman Sleep downy sleep, come close my eyes L.M. a 2:2 4
44 47 6726 West Sudbury William Billings John Peck Here is a song that doth belong C.M. f 4:4 4
45 48 9035 Scipio Jacob French Isaac Watts Theron among his travels found L.M.D. C 2:2 3
46 49 9003 Brownson Oliver Brownson Isaac Watts Teach me the measure of my days C.M.D. a 4:4 4
47 50 9028 Northampton Jacob French Isaac Watts Rejoice ye shining worlds on high L.M. F 2:4 4
48 51 7198 Mortality Smith Isaac Watts Stoop down my thoughts C.M. e 2:2 4
49 52 9014 Dissolution Jacob French Charles Wesley And is the lovely shadow fled 88.88.88. a 4:4 3
50 53a 9008 Colchester Jacob French Isaac Watts Let sinners take their course S.M. a 2:2 4
51 53b 1431 Plymouth William Tansur Isaac Watts Teach me the measure of my days C.M. a 3:2 4
52 54 9019 Hampton Dexter Isaac Watts When-e'er I take my walks abroad C.M. a 2:2 4
53 55 7237 Confidence Oliver Holden Henry Alline Now can my soul in God rejoice L.M.D. G 4:4 4
54 56a 9017 Farmington Jacob French Isaac Watts Black heavy thought like mountains roll L.M. f 4:4 4
55 56b 848b Aylesbury Unattr. 1717 Isaac Watts The Lord my shepherd is S.M. a 4:4 4
56 57a 143a Dowland Louis Bourgeois Isaac Watts When God restored our captive state L.M. C 2:2 4 Harm. John Dowland
57 57b Sabbath Jacob French Isaac Watts Blest morning whose young L.M. C 2:2 4
58 58a 1084a Dothan Unattr. 1724 Isaac Watts God of my life, look gently down C.M. a 3:4 4
59 58b 4115 Morpheus William Billings Thomas Flatman Sleep downy sleep L.M. a 2:2 4
60 59a 4675 Desire Unattr. 1786 Isaac Watts Thou God of love, thou every blessed C.M. a 4:4 4
61 59b 8401 Norfolk New Samuel Capin Isaac Watts Sweet is the work, my God, my King L.M. C 4:4 4
62 60 6379 Woburn Jacob Kimball Isaac Watts Firm was my health, my day wa bright L.M. a 4:4 4
63 61 5127 Bethany Jacob French Unattr. 1735 Mourn, mourn ye saints, as if you see L.M. a 3:4 4
64 62a 9006 Charlestown Norton Isaac Watts Lord, I am vile, conceived in sin L.M. a 4:4 4
65 62b 9032 Resurrection Jacob French Anonymous The joyful day is coming on C.M. G 4:4 4
66 63 6347 Leicester Jacob Kimball Isaac Watts Not from the dust affliction grows C.M.D. e 4:4 4
67 64a 7078 Reliance Amos Bull Isaac Watts My shepherd will supply my want C.M. G 2:2 4
68 64b 9012 Coventry Jacob French Anonymous The sun may set beyond the main L.M. f 2:2 4
69 65 9009 Command Jacob French Anonymous Arise, ye bright nations 12 11.12 11. E 6:4 4
70 66 Wisdom Jacob French Isaac Watts How shall we praise the eternal Mind C.M.D. G 4:4 4 Long set-piece.
71 70 9029 Plymouth New William Billings Tate & Brady Lift up your heads, eternal gates C.M. F 4:4 4
72 72 9025 Musical Concert Anonymous You that in concert sing 66.64.D. A 2:2 4 Tune attrib. William
Tansur, not found.
73 73 Fly Jacob French William Oldys Busy, curious, thirsty fly 77.77.77. F 2:4 4 Secular.
74 74 9002 Bellingham Jacob French Isaac Watts Come dearest Lord, descend and dwell L.M.D. a 6:4 4
75 75 5134 Communion Jacob French Isaac Watts Father, we wait to feel thy grace C.M.T. e 2:4 4
76 77 Morning Song Jacob French Isaac Watts God of the morning, at whose voice L.M.T. F 2:2 4 Long set-piece.
77 80 Christianity Jacob French Isaac Watts Tis by the faith of joys to come L.M.T. F 2:2 4 Long set-piece.
78 83 Reception Jacob French Isaac Watts Well, the Redeemer's gone S.M.D.D. D 2:2 4 Long set-piece.
79 86 9023 Morning View Nathaniel Billings Anonymous Let us all fly to music this morning Irregular G 2:4 3 Long set-piece.
80 88 9027 North Bolton Jacob French Isaac Watts When God revealed his gracious name C.M.D. F 2:2 4
81 89 8999 Association Jacob French Anonymous Content thou dear object of all our desires 11 11.11 11. G 2:4 4 Secular.
82 90 5153b Pawtuxet Jacob French Isaac Watts Our days, alas, our mortal days C.M.D.D. a 4:4 4 Long set-piece.
83 93 4213 Emanuel William Billings William Billings As shepherds in Jewry 11 11.11 11. G 2:2 4
84 93 6307 Invocation to Charity Oliver Holden Anonymous Come charity with goodness crowned L.M.D. G 2:2 3 A Masonic ode.
85 97 7034 Fly Crick Nathaniel Billings Joseph Addison When all thy mercies, O my God C.M. A 3:2 4
86 100 9005 Celestial Queen Fisher Anonymous What raptured sounds salute our ears 886.886. F 4:4 4 Secular.
87 102 7041 Otsego Nathaniel Billings Anonymous Behold God's works in various ways L.M.D. D 3:2 4 Long set-piece.
88 104 9021 Meditation Fisher William Williams Musing on my habitation 87.87.77. G 2:4 4
89 105a 4941c Castle Street Unattr. 1786 William Billings When I my various blessings see L.M. G 3:4 4
90 105b 6178b The Pilgrim's Farewell Field Samuel Crossman Fare ye well, my friends, I must be gone 98.88.66.66.666. F 2:2 4
91 107 Dedication Anthem Jacob French Lift up your heads, O ye gates Anthem F 2:2 4
92 115 Anthem Jos. Stephenson Preserve me, O God Anthem a 3:4 4 Psalm 16
93 119 Rebellion Jacob French Hear, O heavens! And give ear, O earth Anthem G 2:2 4 Anthem for fast.
94 125 Anthem Jacob French Celestial Dove, inspire our souls Anthem b 4:4 4 For ordination.
95 131 Easter Anthem William Billings The Lord is risen indeed Anthem A 2:4 4
96 136 Thanksgiving Anthem Jacob French O sing unto the Lord Anthem F 4:4 4
97 140 Anthem William Billings Who is this that cometh from Edom Anthem E 4:4 4 From sundry scriptures.
98 148 Messiah Jacob French Sun, moon, and stars convery thy praise L.M. F 4:4 4
99 149 Funeral Anthem William Billings Have pity on me, O my friends Anthem a 4:4 4
100 150 8130 Mt. Vernon Hymn Stephen Jenks Stephen Jenks What solemn sounds the ear invade L.M. e 4:4 4 Or Death of George Washington