Urania (James Lyon)

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Title: Urania

Full Title: Urania, or A Choice Collection of Psalm-Tunes, Anthems, and Hymns, From the Most Approved Authors, with Some Entirely New, In Two, Three, and Four Parts, The Whole Peculiarly Adapted to the Use of Churches and Private Families; To Which are Prefixed The Plainest and Most Necessary Rules of Psalmody.

Editor - Composer – Compiler: James Lyon

Publication date and place: 1761 by an unknown publisher in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 197 pp.

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Let the shrill trumpet's warlike voice |- |Let the shrill trumpet's warlike voice |1761 |James Lyon |Tate and Brady |Let the shrill trumpet's warlike voice |Sacred |Anthems |3 |88. 88. D (L.M.D.) The Lord descended from above |- |The Lord descended from above |1761 |James Lyon |Thomas Sternhold | |Sacred |Anthems |4 | Psalm 104 |- |Psalm 104 |1761 |James Lyon |Isaac Watts |My soul, thy great creator praise |Sacred |Psalm-tunes |4 |888. 888 Psalm 23 |- |Psalm 23 |1761 |James Lyon |Tate and Brady |The Lord Himself, the mighty Lord |Sacred |Psalm-tunes |4 |866. 866 Psalm 8 |- |Psalm 8 |1761 |James Lyon |Tate and Brady |O Thou, to whom all creatures bow |Sacred |Psalm-tunes |4 |86. 86 (C.M.) Psalm 95 |- |Psalm 95 |1761 |James Lyon |Isaac Watts |Come, sound His praise abroad |Sacred |Psalm-tunes |4 |66. 86 (S.M.)