Sacred Harp Hymns - Westwind International Folk Ensemble - Traditional American Folk Music (Vinyl, LP)


  1. Baramar
    INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS + MEZZO VOICE. A Song of the Promises of God was written for a 23 string harp, but it can be played on any size harp with levers on F, C and G. It is appropriate for funerals, memorial services or worship. This is the PDF download version. For hard-copy sheet music.
  2. Kigabei
    Complete, fully searchable information about The Sacred Harp: the best collection of sacred songs, hymns, odes, and anthems ever offered the singing public for general use ( rev.).
  3. Doull
    The Sacred Harp Hymnal. The Sacred Harp is a shape-note tunebook first published in in Hamilton, Georgia, and used for congregational singing. Its roots lie in the singing school movement begun in New England during the s, in which singing masters compiled books of music instruction designed to teach note reading for singing in churches.
  4. Malabei
    This release records the shape note singing convention in Houston, Mississippi. As is the tradition with shape note signing, songs are first sung using notes "fa-so-la-mi," then with lyrics. Each voice part is equally balanced, consequently submerging the tune because all parts (except bass).
  5. Dibei
    We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow ceticerdirilenebullerslifetdist.coinfo more.
  6. Dabar
    Westwind International Folk Ensemble, SF, Bay Area, music, dance, song, cultural traditions, educate. American Suite. Sea Shanties Shakers. Complete list (in progress) Neal was deeply loved and is sorely missed. Photo of Westwind International Folk Ensemble (abt. ).
  7. Goltishura
    Sacred Harp singing is a tradition of sacred choral music that originated in New England and was later perpetuated and carried on in the American South of the United States. The name is derived from The Sacred Harp, a ubiquitous and historically important tunebook printed in shape ceticerdirilenebullerslifetdist.coinfo work was first published in and has reappeared in multiple editions ever since.
  8. Zolorisar
    May 05,  · The group sings from The Sacred Harp, an oblong songbook first published in by B.F. White and E. J. King. The music is printed in “patent notes,” wherein the shape of the note head indicates the syllables FA, SOL, LA, and MI.
  9. Vokinos
    The Sacred Harp, Edition published by the Sacred Harp Publishing Company. The Edition (the successor to the Denson Revision) is the more widely used of two major editions of The Sacred Harp in use today, particularly in the north and central regions of Alabama, Georgia, and Mississippi, and among the many Sacred Harp singers outside the South.

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