The Columbian Harmonist (Daniel Read)

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Title: The Columbian Harmonist

Editor - Composer – Compiler: Daniel Read

A. Full Title: The Columbian Harmonist No. 1, Containing First, A Plain and Concise Introduction to Psalmody Fitly Calculated for the Use of Singing Schools; Second, A Choice Collection of New Psalm Tunes of American Composition.

A. Publication date and place: 1793 by the Author in New Haven, Connecticut. – Periodical Edition. No. 2 1794, pp. 1-8, 41-72; 16 additional unnumbered pages added 1801. No. 3 1795, 40 pp.

B. Full Title: The Columbian Harmonist, Containing a Plain and Concise Introduction to Psalmody, Expressly Calculated for the Use of Singing Schools; Together With a Choice Collection of Sacred Music, for Public and Social Worship, Consisting of More Than One Hundred Tunes and Anthems, Carefully Selected from The Most Approved American and European Authors, Including Several Tunes Never Before Published.

B. Publication date and place: 1795 by the Author in New Haven, Connecticut, 117 pp. – Book Edition. Reprinted in 1798. Second Edition (Dedham: H. Mann), 1805, 94 pp. Another Second Edition (Dedham: H. Mann) 1805, 118 pp. Third Edition (Boston: Manning and Loring) 1806, 125 pp. Another Third Edition (Boston: Manning and Loring) 1807, 111 pp. Fourth Edition (Boston: Manning and Loring) 1810, 111 pp.

Description: This publication was first issued (A) as a periodical, in three numbers; then later (B) as a book.

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Adams |- |Adams |1793 |Daniel Read | |Isaac Watts |Why did the nations join to slay |Sacred |Psalm-tunes |4 |86. 86 (C.M.) Admonition |- |Admonition |1807 |Daniel Read | |Isaac Watts |Sinners, awake betimes |Sacred |Psalm-tunes |4 |10 10. 10 10. 10 10 Camden |- |Camden |1793 |Daniel Read | |Isaac Watts |Out of the deeps of long distress |Sacred |Psalm-tunes |4 |86. 86 (C.M.) Christian Soldier |- |Christian Soldier |1804 |Daniel Read | |Charles Wesley |Soldiers of Christ, arise |Sacred | |4 |66. 86 (S.M.)
66. 86. D (S.M.D.) |- |Christian Soldier |1806 |Daniel Read | |Charles Wesley |Soldiers of Christ, arise |Sacred | |4 |66. 86 (S.M.)
66. 86. D (S.M.D.) Coventry |- |Coventry |1807 |Daniel Read | |Isaac Watts |Let strangers walk around |Sacred |Psalm-tunes |4 |66. 86 (S.M.) Cypress |- |Cypress |1795 |Daniel Read | |Isaac Watts |Hark! From the tombs a doleful sound |Sacred | |4 |86. 86 (C.M.) Depravity |- |Depravity |1793 |Daniel Read | |Isaac Watts |By nature all have gone astray |Sacred |Psalm-tunes |4 |86. 86 (C.M.) Dominion |- |Dominion |1801 |Daniel Read | |Isaac Watts |Jesus shall reign where-e'er the sun |Sacred |Psalm-tunes |4 |88. 88 (L.M.) |- |Dominion |1806 |Daniel Read | |Isaac Watts |Jesus shall reign where-e'er the sun |Sacred |Psalm-tunes |4 |88. 88 (L.M.) Dryden |- |Dryden |1807 |Daniel Read | |Isaac Watts |My soul, come meditate the day |Sacred | |3 |86. 86 (C.M.) Edenton |- |Edenton |1801 |Daniel Read | |Isaac Watts |Lord of the worlds above |Sacred |Psalm-tunes |4 |66. 66. 88 Firmament |- |Firmament |1793 |Daniel Read | |Isaac Watts |Great God, the heav'ns' well-ordered frame |Sacred |Set pieces |4 |88. 88. 88 Friendship |- |Friendship |1793 |Daniel Read | |Isaac Watts |How pleasant 'tis to see |Sacred |Psalm-tunes |4 |668. 668 Gardiner |- |Gardiner |1807 |Daniel Read | |Isaac Watts |Come, let our voices join to raise |Sacred |Psalm-tunes |4 |88. 88 (L.M.) Gratitude |- |Gratitude |1807 |Daniel Read | |Isaac Watts |Bless, O my soul, the living God |Sacred |Psalm-tunes |4 |88. 88 (L.M.) Hamilton |- |Hamilton |1794 |Daniel Read | |Isaac Watts |Like fruitful showers of rain |Sacred |Psalm-tunes |4 |668. 668 Hamshire |- |Hamshire |1795 |Daniel Read | |Isaac Watts |He dies! The heavenly lover dies |Sacred |Anthems |4 | Hear our prayer, O Lord our God |- |Hear our prayer, O Lord our God |1795 |Daniel Read | | | |Sacred |Anthems |4 | I know that my Redeemer lives |- |I know that my Redeemer lives |1795 |Daniel Read | | | |Sacred |Anthems |4 | It is better to go |- |It is better to go |1807 |Daniel Read | | | |Sacred |Anthems |4 | Justice |- |Justice |1805 |Ezra Goff | |Isaac Watts |He reigns! the Lord, the Savior reigns |Sacred | |4 |88. 88 (L.M.) Madison |- |Madison |1807 |Daniel Read | |Isaac Watts |Great Shepherd of thine Israel |Sacred |Psalm-tunes |4 |88. 88 (L.M.) Mifflin |- |Mifflin |1807 |Daniel Read | |Isaac Watts |Life, like a vain amusement, flies |Sacred |Psalm-tunes |4 | Monticello |- |Monticello |1804 |Daniel Read | |Isaac Watts |The world's foundations by His hand |Sacred |Psalm-tunes |4 |88. 88. 88 |- |Monticello |1806 |Daniel Read | |Isaac Watts |The world's foundations by His hand |Sacred |Psalm-tunes |4 |88. 88. 88 Morning |- |Morning |1793 |Daniel Read | |Isaac Watts |Lord, in the morning thou shalt hear |Sacred |Set pieces |4 |86. 86 (C.M.) Morris |- |Morris |1807 |Daniel Read | |Isaac Watts |God, my supporter and my hope |Sacred |Psalm-tunes |4 |86. 86 (C.M.) Mortality |- |Mortality |1785 |Daniel Read | |Isaac Watts |Death, like an overflowing stream |Sacred |Psalm-tunes |4 |88. 88 (L.M.) |- |Mortality |1806 |Daniel Read | |Isaac Watts |Death, like an overflowing stream |Sacred |Psalm-tunes |4 |88. 88 (L.M.) Refuge |- |Refuge |1793 |Daniel Read | |Isaac Watts |My refuge is the God of love |Sacred |Psalm-tunes |4 |88. 88 (L.M.) Religion |- |Religion |1793 |Daniel Read | |Isaac Watts |My God, permit my tongue |Sacred |Psalm-tunes |4 |66. 86 (S.M.) Sardis |- |Sardis |1805 |Ezra Goff | |Isaac Watts |This life's a dream, an empty show |Sacred | |4 |88. 88 (L.M.) Smithfield |- |Smithfield |1794 |Daniel Read | |Isaac Watts |This life's a dream, an empty show |Sacred |Psalm-tunes |4 |88. 88. D (L.M.D.) Supplication |- |Supplication |1793 |Daniel Read | |Isaac Watts |O wash my soul from every sin |Sacred |Psalm-tunes |4 |88. 88 (L.M.) Sympathy |- |Sympathy |1793 |William Read | |Isaac Watts |Blest is the man whose bowels move |Sacred |Psalm-tunes |4 |88. 88 (L.M.) Triumph |- |Triumph |1793 |Daniel Read | |Isaac Watts |Who shall the Lord's elect condemn |Sacred |Set pieces |4 |88. 88 (L.M.) Windsor |- |Windsor |1793 |Daniel Read | |Isaac Watts |He gives the grazing ox his meat |Sacred |Psalm-tunes |3 |86. 86 (C.M.) Winter |- |Winter |1785 |Daniel Read | |Isaac Watts |His hoary frost, His fleecy snow |Sacred |Psalm-tunes |4 |86. 86 (C.M.) |- |Winter |1806 |Daniel Read | |Isaac Watts |His hoary frost, His fleecy snow |Sacred |Psalm-tunes |4 |86. 86 (C.M.) Zion |- |Zion |1793 |Daniel Read | |Isaac Watts |How did my heart rejoice to hear |Sacred |Psalm-tunes |4 |86. 86 (C.M.)