The New American Melody (Jacob French)

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Short Title: The New American Melody

Complete Title: The New American Melody, In Three Parts. Containing I. An Introduction to the Grounds of Music, or Music for Beginners. II. A New and Complete Body of Church Music Suited to all Meters Usually Sung in Churches. III. A Number of New Anthems Adapted to Several Occasions.

Author: Jacob French

Publication date and place: 1789 Boston, Massachusetts: John Norman, and Medway, Massachusetts: Jacob French. 100 pp.

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List of works

No. Pg. HTI* Title Type Author First Line Meter Key Time Vo. Comment
1 13a 5167 Venice PT Isaac Watts Often I seek my Lord by night L.M. d 2:4 4
2 13b 5161 Resolution PT Isaac Watts I'll lift my banner, saith the Lord C.M. C 3:2 4
3 14 5158 Preparation PT Charles Wesley My loving friends, as you pass by L.M. a 2:2 4
4 16 5156 Philadelphia New SP Isaac Watts Let every creature join S.M. F 3:2 4
5 17 5160 Relley PT Isaac Watts Against thy zealous people, Lord C.M. A 3:2 4
6 19 5148 Merrifield SP Isaac Watts No sleep nor slumber to his eyes C.M. F 2:4 4
7 20 5151 Oakhampton PT Tate & Brady God in the great assembly stands C.M. D 3:2 4
8 21 5159 Queensborough PT Isaac Watts Not to our names, thou only just and true 10 10.10 10.10 10. C 2:2 4
9 22 5157 Portland SP Isaac Watts The God of glory sends his summons forth 10 10.10 10.11 11. E 2:2 4
10 23 5123 Babel SP Isaac Watts O all ye nations, praise the Lord C.M. E 2:2 4
11 25 5124 Baggaduce PT Isaac Watts Broad is the road that leads to death L.M. A 3:2 4
12 26 5137 Devotion SP Thomas Ken Awake, my soul, and with the sun L.M. C 2:2 4
13 29 5122 Attention SP Unattributed 1775 Cease a while ye winds to blow 77.78. G 2:2 4
14 30 5127 Bethany PT Unattributed 1735 Mourn, mourn ye saints, as if you see L.M. a 3:2 4
15 31 5166 Syena PT Charles Wesley O Jesus my hope, for me offered up 55 12.55 12. c 6:4 4
16 32a 5164 Spring S Isaac Watts Mark how it snows, how fast the valleys fill 10 10.10 12. G 2:4 4 Secular
17 32b 5121 Athens PT Isaac Watts Touch, heavenly Word, O touch these curious souls 10 10.10 10.8 12. F 2:4 4
18 33 5125a Beauty PT Isaac Watts We are a garden, walled around L.M. G 2:2 4
19 34 5118 Abyssinia PT James Relly Greatly beloved, of God approved 44.468.44.46. D 2:4 4
20 35 5163 The Sabbath PT Isaac Watts Welcome sweet day of rest S.M. d 3:2 4
21 37a 5129a Buxton PT Isaac Watts Hark from the tombs a doleful sound C.M. d 2:2 4
22 37b 5132 Castle Island PT Isaac Watts Great God, whom heavenly hosts obey L.M. d 2:2 4
23 38 5128 Britain PT Isaac Watts Great God, to thee my voice I raise L.M. D 3:2 4
24 39 5120 Aspiration PT Charles Wesley Weary world, when will it end 77.77.77. d 2:2 4
25 40 5133 China PT Tate & Brady O praise the Lord with one consent C.M. C 2:2 4
26 41 5134 Communion SP Isaac Watts Father, we wait to feel thy grace C.M. d 2:4 4
27 43 5119 Annapolis SP Isaac Watts He reigns! The Lord, the Savior reigns L.M. F 2:2 4
28 45 Supplication SP Isaac Watts Show pity, Lord, O Lord, forgive L.M. 2:2
29 45 5154 Persepolis PT Tate & Brady O come loud anthems let us sing L.M. C 2:2 4
30 49 5138 Eastford SP Tate & Brady When marching to thy blest abode L.M. F 3:2 4 Continued p. 66
31 50 5162 Russel PT Tate & Brady My lot is fallen in that blest land C.M. G 2:2 4
32 52 5136 Dever-Rill PT Tate & Brady Thou, Lord, by strictest search hast known L.M. F 2:2 4
33 53a 5140 Fairhaven PT Isaac Watts There was an hour when Christ rejoiced L.M. a 6:4 4
34 53b 5141 Farnum PT Tate & Brady Sing to the Lord a new-made song C.M. F 2:2 4
35 55 5142 Funeral Hymn PT Unattributed 1690 I in the burying place may see C.M. a 2:2 4
36 56a 5143 Hollowall PT Isaac Watts And can this mighty King 66.66.44.44. E 2:2 4
37 56b 5144 Italy PT Isaac Watts Teach us, O Lord, how frail is man L.M. a 2:2 4
38 57 5145 Jerusalem PT Tate & Brady God's temple crowns the holy mount 88.88.88. F 2:2 4
39 58 5146 Lamentation PT Isaac Watts O if my soul were formed for woe C.M. a 2:2 4
40 59 5147 Massachusetts PT Isaac Watts Had not the Lord, may Israel say L.M. G 2:2 4
41 60 5149 Minden PT Isaac Watts The wondering world enquires to know L.M. a 2:4 4
42 61 5126 Belgorod SP Isaac Watts And now the scales have left mine eyes C.M. C 2:2 4
43 62 5165 Sunderland PT Isaac Watts Jesus is gone above the skies L.M. C 3:4 4
44 63 5155 Persia PT Isaac Watts How pleasant tis to see 668.668. D 2:2 4
45 64 5131 Castile PT William Billings Come, let us sing unto the Lord 88.88.88. A 2:2 4
46 65 5130 Carolina PT Tate & Brady O Israel's shepherd, Joseph's guide L.M. d 2:2 4
47 67 5139 Exhortation SP Isaac Watts Ye nations round the earth rejoice L.M. G 2:2 4
48 68 5150 Minorca PT Isaac Watts Jesus shall reign where-e'er the sun L.M. F 2:2 4
49 69 5153a Pawtuxet SP Isaac Watts Our days, alas, our mortal days C.M. a 2:2 4
50 70 5152 Ohio PT Isaac Watts Some trust in horses trained to war L.M. F 2:2 4
51 71 Lamentation for Jerusalem AN Why dost thou sit solitary Anthem g 2:2 4
52 76 5135 Delley PT Isaac Watts Down headlong from their native skies C.M. E 2:2 4
53 77 The Fall of Babylon AN Now after these things I saw another angel Anthem d 2:2 4
54 85 An Anthem AN Righteous art thou, O Lord Anthem a 3:2 4 Psalm 119
55 93 The Exhortation AN O sing unto the Lord Anthem F 2:2 4
56 97 Farewell AN My friends, I am going Anthem a 2:2 4
 *. The Hymn Tune Index