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

Works at CPDL

Title on CPDL Composer Year Lyricist First Line Meter Vo.
An Anthem for Ordination Jacob French 1802 Anonymous Descend from heaven, celestial Dove 886. 886 4
Ascension Jacob French 1802 Charles Wesley Hail the day that saw him rise 77. 77 4
Association Jacob French 1802 Anonymous Content, thou dear object of all our desires 11 11. 11 11 4
Babylon Jacob French 1802 Joel Barlow Along the banks where Babel's current flows 10 10. 10 10 4
Bellingham Jacob French 1802 Isaac Watts Come, dearest Lord, descend and dwell 88. 88 (L.M.) 4
Caelestis Jacob French 1802 Robert Seagrave Rise, my soul, and stretch thy wings 76. 76. 77. 76 4
Christianity Jacob French 1802 Isaac Watts Tis by the faith of joys to come 88. 88 (L.M.) 4
Colchester Jacob French 1802 Isaac Watts Let sinners take their course 66. 86 (S.M.) 4
Connecticut Jacob French 1802 William Billings Come, let us sing unto the Lord 88. 88. 88 4
Conviction Jacob French 1802 Isaac Watts Alas, my aching heart 66. 86 (S.M.) 4
Coventry Jacob French 1802 Isaac Watts Man has a soul of vast desires (these editions) 88. 88 (L.M.) 4
Creation Jacob French 1802 Isaac Watts Blest be the man whose piercing mind 88. 88. 88 4
Dissolution Jacob French 1802 Charles Wesley And is the lovely shadow fled 88. 88. 88 3
Dormant Jacob French 1802 Thomas Flatman Sleep! downy sleep! come close my eyes 88. 88 (L.M.) 4
Farmington Jacob French 1802 Isaac Watts Hence from my soul, my sins, depart 88. 88 (L.M.) 4
Gratitude Jacob French 1802 Isaac Watts What shall I render to my God 86. 86 (C.M.) 4
Messiah Jacob French 1802 Isaac Watts Sun, moon and stars convey thy praise 88. 88 (L.M.) 4
Middlesex Jacob French 1802 Isaac Watts Death! 'Tis a melancholy day 86. 86 (C.M.) 4
Minden Jacob French 1802 Isaac Watts Ye sons of Adam, vain and young 88. 88 (L.M.) 4
Morning Song Jacob French 1802 Isaac Watts God of the morning, at whose voice 88. 88 (L.M.) 4
Mount Vernon Jacob French 1802 John Peck What if the saint must die 66. 86 (S.M.) 4
Mount Vernon Hymn Stephen Jenks 1802 What solemn sounds the ear invade 88. 88 (L.M.) 4
North Bolton Jacob French 1802 Isaac Watts When God revealed his gracious name 86. 86 (C.M.) 4
Northampton Jacob French 1802 Isaac Watts Rejoice, ye shining worlds on high 88. 88 (L.M.) 4
Proclamation Jacob French 1802 Isaac Watts He reigns! the Lord, the Savior reigns 88. 88 (L.M.) 4
Providence Jacob French 1802 Isaac Watts Give thanks aloud to God 66. 66. 88 4
Reception Jacob French 1802 Isaac Watts Well, the Redeemer's gone 66. 86 (S.M.) 4
Resurrection Jacob French 1802 Anonymous The joyful day is coming on 86. 86 (C.M.) 4
Terror Jacob French 1802 Isaac Watts Silent I waited with long-suffering love 10 10. 10 10. 10 10 4
Vanity Jacob French 1802 Isaac Watts Teach me the measure of my days 86. 86 (C.M.) 4
Winthrop Jacob French 1802 Tate and Brady Whom then in heaven, but thee alone 88. 88 (L.M.) 4