Wyeth's Repository, Part Second
Title: Wyeth's Repository, Part Second
Full Title: Wyeth's Repository of Sacred Music, Part Second; Original and Selected from the most Eminent and Approved Authors in that Science; For the use of Christian Churches, Singing Schools, and Private Societies, Together with a Plain and Concise Introduction to the Grounds of Music and Rules for Learners.
Editor - Compiler: John Wyeth
Publication date and place: 1813 by John Wyeth in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 132 pp. Second Edition 1820, 132 pp.
Description: An influential book in the West and South of that day. One of the first widely-published books for composers such as Amzi Chapin, Lucius Chapin, Elkanah Dare, and Ananias Davisson.
Works at CPDL
|Babylonian Captivity||1813||Elkanah Dare||Joel Barlow||Along the banks where Babel's current flows||Psalm-tunes||4||10 10. 10 10|
|Bridge Town||1813||Elkanah Dare||Philip Doddridge||Grace! 'tis a charming sound||4||66. 86 (S.M.)|
|Condescending||1813||Ananias Davisson||Isaac Watts||How condescending and how kind||4||86. 86 (C.M.)|
|Mount Calvary||1813||Ananias Davisson||John Granade||The Son of Man they did betray||4||88. 86. 88. 886|
|Reflection||1813||Ananias Davisson||Isaac Watts||No sleep or slumber to his eyes||Psalm-tunes||4||86. 86 (C.M.)|