American Harmony (Oliver Holden)

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Title: American Harmony

Full Title: American Harmony: Containing, a Variety of Airs, Suitable for Divine Worship, on Thanksgivings, Ordinations, Christmas, Fasts, Funerals, and Other Occasions, Together with a Number of Psalm Tunes, in Three and Four Parts, The Whole Entirely New

Composer: Oliver Holden

Publication date and place: 1792 by Isaiah Thomas and Ebenezer T. Andrews in Boston, 32 pp.

Description: The transcription by White Stone Press, Anchorage, Alaska in 2012 has a number of errors.

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Christmas |- |Christmas |1792 |Oliver Holden |Isaac Watts |Behold, the grace appears |Sacred |Anthems |4 |66. 86 (S.M.) Consecration |- |Consecration |1792 |Oliver Holden |Isaac Watts |It grieves me, Lord, it grieves me sore |Sacred | |3 |886. 88. 86 Funeral Hymn |- |Funeral Hymn |1792 |Oliver Holden |Isaac Watts |Why do we mourn departing friends |Sacred | |4 |86. 86 (C.M.) Lamentation |- |Lamentation |1792 |Oliver Holden |Isaac Watts |Earth has detained me prisoner long |Sacred | |3 |86. 86 (C.M.) Lincoln |- |Lincoln |1792 |Oliver Holden |Isaac Watts |Arise, my soul, my joyful powers |Sacred | |4 |86. 86 (C.M.) Ode to Music |- |Ode to Music |1792 |Oliver Holden |Alexander Pope |Tis thine, sweet power |Secular |Anthems |3 | Zion |- |Zion |1792 |Oliver Holden |Isaac Watts |Lo, what an entertaining sight |Sacred |Psalm-tunes |4 |86. 86 (C.M.)