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bibliography of early secular American music

Oscar George Theodore Sonneck

bibliography of early secular American music

by Oscar George Theodore Sonneck

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Published by Printed for the author by H. L. McQueen in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Music -- United States -- Bibliography.,
    • Musicians, American.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby O. G. Sonneck.
      GenreBibliography.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsML120.U5 S6 1905
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 194 p.
      Number of Pages194
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6962309M
      LC Control Number05036554
      OCLC/WorldCa2275200

      As a writer, he specialized in the history of early (before the 19th century) American music. He died in New York City, aged The Society for American Music was created in his honor, and initially named after him. Works. A Bibliography of Early Secular American Music (, rev. ed. ) Early Concert-Life in America ()Born: 6 October , Jersey City. Dichter, Harry and Elliot Shapiro. HANDBOOK OF EARLY AMERICAN SHEET MUSIC. New York: Dover, ML/D53/ Distler, Paul Antonie. “The Rise and Fall of The Racial Comics in American Vaudeville.” Ph.D. disssertation, Tulane University, PN /D Ewen, David. ALL THE YEARS OF AMERICAN POPULAR MUSIC: A COMPREHENSIVE HISTORY.

      A Bibliography of Early Secular American Musicth. Michael Corcoran, former music critic and columnist for the Austin American-Statesman, has spent years unearthing revelatory details on the life of the mysterious woman behind the music. The book includes a CD containing all 16 of Arizona Dranes’ recorded tracks, expertly remastered from the original OKeh label 78 RPM records by Grammy.

      Music, a source of motivation, well-being, entertainment, and survival in diverse lives of African Americans, has afforded them experiences of signifying their humanity amidst horrific oppression, while engaging in creativity, worship, and rituals of celebration. Rooted within African traditions, where sacred and secular are one, some African American musical genres are more fluid, engaging a Author: Cheryl Kirk-Duggan. Kate Van Winkle Keller (). It is with great sadness that we report the recent passing of Kate Van Winkle Keller (). It was the idea of Kitty (as friends and family and colleagues called her) and her husband Bob to create the Colonial Music Institute with co-founders David and Ginger Hildebrand. For some 20 years she contributed articles, databases and other educational.


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Bibliography of early secular American music by Oscar George Theodore Sonneck Download PDF EPUB FB2

Music for the nation: American sheet music. American sheet music Popular songs, operatic arias, piano music, sacred and secular choral music, solo instrumental music, method books and instructional materials, and music for band and orchestra; documents the attitudes and tastes of a Contributor: Library of Congress.

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Oscar G.T. Sonneck's A Bibliography of Early Secular American Music (Washington, D.C. ), revised and enlarged by William T.

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A Bibliography of Early Secular American Music Page - The New song book being Miss Ashmore's favorite collection of songs, as sung in the theatres and public gardens in London and Dublin. To which are prefix'd the songs of the Padlock, Lionel and Clarissa, and many other opera songs, never before published.

American Bibliography[–]. 14 vols. Chicago: Blakely Press. Worcester: American Antiquarian Society, – (For microprint facsimile edition, see Shipton-1) Fuld: Fuld, James J., and Mary Wallace Davidson.

18th-Century American Secular Music Manuscripts: An elphia: Music Library Association, Hixon. Genre/Form: Bibliography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sonneck, Oscar George Theodore, Bibliography of early secular American music (18th century).

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A short bibliography of Early Music This is a short annotated bibliography of books and other materials that I have found useful for my interest in music and performance arts from before I hope that you find it interesting. Contributions are very welcome; please mail them to [email protected] Most of the contributions below come from the.

A Bibliography of Early Secular American Music (18th Century). Revised and enlarged by William Treat Upton. Library of Congress, Music Division, [] Successor to his Bibliography of Early Secular American Music.

McQueen, Washington, Donald L. Hixon. Music in Early America: A Bibliography of Music in Evans. Metuchen. A Bibliography of Early Secular American Music.

Washington D.C.: Library of Congress Music Division, Wolfe, Richard J. Secular Music in America, a Bibliography.

New York: New York Public Library, Brief biographies of composers are provided. Some information about publishing after is provided. Women Composers. Oscar George Theodore Sonneck has 64 books on Goodreads with 12 ratings. Oscar George Theodore Sonneck’s most popular book is Early Concert-Life in Ameri.

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Music Division - Music Division - Library of Congress - The Library of Congress, Music Division - Sonneck, O. (Oscar George) - Sonneck, Oscar George Theodore. Early American Imprints. Second series, – Worcester, MA: American Antiquarian Society. Readex Microprint's second series accessed through numbers in Shaw and Shoemaker’s American Bibliography.

New York: Scarecrow Press, – Wolfe Wolfe, Richard. Secular Music in America, – 3 vols. New. The bibliography of American Music 51 history of the past far more impressively than the page of history." While excellent in spirit, this appeal was woefully char acteristic of the historical horizon of Hood and later his torians, who, as I expressed it elsewhere, naively viewed the history of American music through a New England church window.

A Bibliography of Early Secular American Music (18th Century). Revised and enlarged by William Treat Upton. Lib. of Congress, Music Division, [35] Successor to his Bibliography of Early Secular American Music. McQueen, Washington, Ralph R.

Shaw and Richard H. Shoemaker. American Bibliography: A Preliminary [36]. A Bibliography of Early Secular American Music Oscar George Sonneck Vista completa - A Bibliography of Early Secular American Music (18th Century) Página - The New song book being Miss Ashmore's favorite collection of songs, as sung in the theatres and public gardens in London and Dublin.

To which are prefix'd the songs of the. Timothy Swan (–) was a Yankee tunesmith and hatmaker born in Worcester, Massachusetts, son of goldsmith William Swan, Swan lived in small towns along the Connecticut River in Connecticut and Massachusetts for most of his life.

Swan's compositional output consisted mostly of psalm and hymn settings, referred to as tunes and settings were produced for choirs .The Society for American Music was founded in honor of and originally named for the first critical scholar and bibliographer of American music, Oscar Sonneck, who was born in Jersey City, New Jersey, on October 6, Educated in Germany and Italy, he commenced preparation of A Bibliography of Early Secular American Music in Not finding.

The separation date of next moved across the ocean to the Library of Congress. Charles Evans planned to end his American Bibliography [7] with imprints fromalthough he never lived to reach it. Oscar Sonneck used it in his great catalog of early American secular music.

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