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MUSIC FOR THE MILLION.
IN THREE PARTS. Part I. --Comprising the largest number of choice Glees, Quartets, Trios, Songs,
Opera Choruses, &c., ever before published in one Collection. Part II. - Consisting of Sacred Anthems, Choruses, Quartets, &c., for Select So
cieties and Concerts. Part III. — Containing most of the old popular Continental Psalm Tunes. Thus making the most complete collection, in all its features, ever before published. By I. B. WOODBURY, author of the “Dulcimer, ," The Cythara,” &c. &c.
Extract from the Preface. Here may be found Glees, Quartets, Trios and Songs, suited to every occasion. If merry, here are pieces that will add to merriment; if sad, harmonies that will soothe sadness. If longing for home fill the mind, the dear scenes that cluster there are painted in many a song. Requiems to the loved departed are also here. Indeed, almost every scene to which the chequered life of man is subject is here made the refrain of song. For ihe Sabbath eve, when
"Softly fades the twilight ray
of the holy Sabbath day," and when music is particularly acceptable, the old tunes our fathers sang may be found in Part III. Part II. is somewhat more elaborate, and adapted to Sacred Concerts. That the book may tend to make man happier and better is the sincere desire of the author.
THE AMERICAN VOCALIST. A SELECTION OF TUNES, ANTHEMS, SENTENCES AND HYMNS,
Old and new. Designed for the Church, the Vestry, or the Parlor. Adapted to every variety of metre in common use, and appropriate to every occasion where
God is worshipped and men are blessed. From the compositions of Billings, Holden, Maxim, Edson, Holyoke, Read, Kimball, Morgan, Wood,'Swan, &c. &c., and eminent American authors now living, as well as from distinguished European composers. Embracing a greater variety of Music for Congregations, Societies, Singing Schools, and Choirs, than any other collection extant.
IN THREE PARTS. BY REV. D. H. MANSFIELD. The publishers have received, unsolicited, the highest recommendations from gentlemen of musical education; and they respectfully call the attention of leaders of choirs and teachers of singing schools throughout New England, to this work, before purchasing their books for fall and winter schools. Nearly one hundred thousand copies have been sold since it was first published.
THE CYTHARA. A NEW AND EXTENSIVE COLLECTION OF SACRED MUSIC. Comprising PSALM AND HYMN TONES, of every variety and metre, ANTHEMS,
CHANTS, an ORATORIO, SET PIECES, ETC.
BxB ODBUR. Author of the “Dulcimer," of which more than 140,000 copies have been sold. Mr. Woodbury's long residence in Europe, and his intimate acquaintance with the music and musical people of every section of our country, their wants and predilections, have imparted to him advantages hardly vouchsafed to any other man. To these qualifications he brings the vigor and elasticity of early manhood, and, after years of untiring and energeuc devotion to this one subject, he has produced a volume of Sacred Music, rich in melody, chaste and harmonious in composition, simple in arrangement, and thoroughly adapted to the wants of his own country.
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