7 edition of checklist of four-shape shape-note tunebooks found in the catalog.
checklist of four-shape shape-note tunebooks
Richard J. Stanislaw
by Institute for Studies in American Music, Dept. of Music, School of Performing Arts, Brooklyn College of the City University of New York in Brooklyn
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 44-48.
|Statement||Richard J. Stanislaw.|
|Series||I.S.A.M. monographs ; no. 10, I.S.A.M. monographs ;, no. 10.|
|LC Classifications||ML128.H8 S7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 61 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||61|
|LC Control Number||78061291|
Tunebooks, Music Books, and Hymnals; Books and Booklets about Shape-Note Music Singing Schedules, Newsletters, and Websites of Regional Groups This guide focuses on music stylistically related to that in The Sacred Harp tunebooks but not on shape-note gospel music. For more information on Sacred Harp singing. folio from early American tunebooks (EJ Lorenz ) fuguing tunes (Kroeger ) index of seven shape tunebooks (Jensen n.d.) repertory analysis (R Crawford a; R Crawford b) to (Britton, Lowens, and Crawford n.d.-b) U.S. school vocal music instruction books. unlocated titles (Britton and Lowens ).
Shape Note Bibliography - by John Bealle; Introduction - overview of the bibliography, its structure, its purpose, and its compiler ; bibliographic sources - a section of the bibliography that contains other bibliographic sources, including encyclopedias, dictionaries, and indexes ; concepts - broad concepts in which the shape note idiom is often understood, such as American culture, American. In order to make our book suitable for all-day singing, we sought a variety of texts, moods, levels of difficulty, and compositional techniques, while still maintaining the distinctive style of part writing typical of four-shape tunebooks. Despite our focus on Davisson, only of the songs we selected are found in his publications in some form.
shape note notation. see pedagogy. see solmization. bibliographic sources available tunebooks (Hickerson ) four shape tunebooks (Stanislaw a) evaluation computer analysis (Lospinuso and Dillon ) pedagogical experiments (Kyme ; O'Brien ) pedagogical value (McGill ) relevance for contemporary music educators (Willman ). The system illustrated above is a four-shape system; six of the notes of the scale are grouped in pairs assigned to one syllable/shape combination. The ascending scale using the fa, so, la, fa, so, la, mi, fa syllables represent a variation of the hexachord system introduced by the 11th century monk Guido of Arezzo, who originally introduced a six-note scale using the syllables ut, re, mi, fa.
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Institute for Studies in American Music Monograph No. This booklet is a guide to the existence and location of every four-shape tunebook published in the U.S.
from to and those published later that were directly connected with those published earlier. A Checklist of Four-Shape Shape-Note Tunebooks; Richard J. Stanislaw Institute for Studies in American Music Monograph No. 10Brooklyn College of the City University of New York *OP The Christian Harmony; Jeremiah Ingalls; Thomas B.
Malone, ed Shapenotes edition Printed in four shapes $ Shape-Note Quick Contents: Shape note introduction, notation example, other books, Boston area open sings, Sacred Harp singing conventions, other WWW shape-note servers, shape-note resources and Internet mailing list.
Introduction Shape-note tunebooks, of which the Original Sacred Harp is a later example, are a development of the New England singing schools and their use of the fa-sol-la. This blog was born out of desire to promote shape-note singing to the world. After I learned shape notes, I could do what I never could do with conventional round notes: sing music straight off the page at first sight.
Doing that with other shape-note singers in four-part harmony is a joy and a blessing that can hardly be described. Stanislaw, Richard J, A Checklist of Four-Shape Shape-Note Tunebooks. Hartman, Steve (), The Missouri Harmony, or a Choice Collection of Psalm Tunes, Hymns, and Anthems (Wings of Song ed.), St.
Louis: Missouri Historical Society, ISBNxxxvii, pp. Journal articles. A Checklist of Four-Shape Shape-Note Tunebooks; The Missouri Harmony, or a Choice Collection of Psalm Tunes, Hymns, and Anthems. Wings of Song edition. [St. Louis:] Missouri Historical Society, Unpaginated [xxxvii, pp.] ISBN.
Note regarding digitized tunebooks on the Internet: An increasing number of 19th-century public-domain tunebooks have been, or will be, scanned or retypeset and placed on the are often deposited in the IMSLIP/Petrucci Music Library, ChoralWiki/Choral Public Domain Library, and Google Books.
Also at least one digital periodical featuring new Sacred Harp compositions is now online. The list also includes some books that were published in a 7-shape notation or in standard 'round' notation as well as 4-shape, even if the 4-shape version has not yet been uploaded.
N.B. The 4 syllables (derived from the Guidonian Gamut) were commonly used in British music instruction between the 17th. A Checklist of Four-Shape Shape-Note Tunebooks. Brooklyn: Institute for Studies in American Music, Brooklyn College of the City University of New York.
Stanislaw, Richard J. The Part Assignments in Nineteenth-Century Four-Shape Note Books. Choral Journal 18(6) Stanley, D. The Gospel-Singing Convention in South Georgia. Hatchett, Marion J.
Three Little-Known West Tennessee Four-Shape Shape-Note Tunebooks. The Hymn Hatchett, Marion J. Early East Tennessee Shape-Note Tunebooks. The Hymn 46(3) Hawkins, John. General History of the Science and Practice of Music. London: Payner and Sons.
Hays, L. A Checklist of Four-Shape Shape-Note Tunebooks, published inlists nine dated issues of Southern Harmony. However, even Stanislaw's extensive list is incomplete and does not clearly distinguish between editions and reprints.
In spite of the widespread attention given. See Richard J. Stanislaw, A Checklist of Four-Shape Shape-Note Tunebooks, I. monographs, no. 10 (Brooklyn: Institute for Studies in American Music, ), pp.
; also Irving Lowens's introduction to the facs. reprint of the 5th ed. of Wyeth's Repository, p. The four shaped notes —a right triangle for fa, an oval for sol, a rectangle for la, and a diamond for mi —were invented by Philadelphia shopkeeper John Connelly about and made their first appearance in The Easy Instructor (), by William Little and William Smith.
Books. A Checklist of Four-Shape Shape-Note Tunebooks, by Richard J. Stanislaw America's Music: From the Pilgrims to the Present, by Gilbert Chase Sing to Me of Heaven: A Study of Folk and Early American Materials in Three Old Harp Books, by Dorothy D.
Horn. Doing that with other shape-note singers in four-part harmony is a joy and a blessing that can hardly be described. An ESL teacher by profession, I am a longtime shape-note singer from having lived 20 years in the homeland of shape-note singing, the American Deep South.
Music-Writing Software for Personal Computers Compiler's Note: While this guides does not endorse any of the software or shape-note fonts listed below, the compiler has observed considerable variation in the quality and readability of shaped notes in the tunebooks that have been published with computer-typeset scores during the past years.
There is much to be learned from an examination of tune selection in shape-note books, and it is good to have this important edition once again available. Another useful resource is Stanislaw's Checklist of American four-shape tunebooks, which were first published between and (a number of revi.
Tunebooks Walker learned shape note music in singing schools and composed his first piece of music at the age of  InWalker published a tunebook entitled The Southern Harmony, using the four-shape shape note system of notation.
This collection was revised inand The Union Harmony is a shape note hymn and tune book compiled by William Caldwell. The book was released inand is part of the larger tradition of shape note singing.
A Checklist of Four-Shape Shape-Note Tunebooks; Steel, David Warren, with Richard H. Hulan, The Makers of the Sacred Harp (), pp. Webb, George Eliga. slaw's A Checklist of Four-Shape Shape-Note Tunebooks (Brooklyn, N.Y.: Institute for Studies in American Music, ), and Bernard Ruffin's Fanny Crosby (n.p.: United Church Press, ).
The chief value of American Hymns Old and New is that it provides the greatest variety of American hymnody available in a single volume, arranged. Stanislaw's "Checklist of Four-Shape Shape-Note Tunebooks" describes it thus:" 'Selected from the unwritten [!!!] music in general use in the Methodist Church, others from the Baptist and many more from the Presbyterian taste' (p.
)." The little p. 3 was actually in Stanislaw as shown, and means I think.A Checklist of Four-Shape Shape-Note Tunebooks, by Richard J. Stanislaw; Wilcox, Glen, eds. () The Southern Harmony and Musical Companion by William Walker; facsimile edition with editor's introduction.
Lexington: University Press of Kentucky.