Israel Holdroyd

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Life

Born: 1702

Died: 1753

Biography

Israel Holdroyd was an English music compiler and composer of sacred music. He lived in Halifax, West Yorkshire, England. Though little is known of the man, several pieces of his music are famous and very often printed and sung: Wells (Psalm 100) and Rochester (Psalm 34). There is no Wikipedia page.

List of choral works

A. BY TITLE

1. Psalm-tunes
2. Set pieces
3. Anthems

B. BY FIRST LINE


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Publications

  • Holdroyd, Israel. 1722. The Spiritual Man's Companion. London: William Pearson. 156 pp. Second Edition 1725, 122 pp. Third Edition 1733, 110 pp. Fourth Edition 1746, 112 pp. Fifth Edition 1753, 195 pp.

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