Scheme for rendering Psalmody congregational; comprising a key to the sol-fa notation of music, and directions for instructing a school. [By Sarah A. Glover.]
Jarrold & Sons, 1835 - 80 pages
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96th psalm accent arpeggio beat,—Number belong Canon in unison change of column change of key characters chieﬂy choir Chromatic Interval CHROMATIC SCALE common chord companies congregation Crotchet diatonic scale Doh mode Doh scale DRMFSLTD exercise expressed ﬁrst note ﬁsts ﬁve ﬂat foot German Canons grave accents half a tone half tones half-beat Harmonicon harmony imitate instructress key-note Lah mode leaders loud beat measure mediant melody musical science notation by points Number octave old notation piano-forte pitch Pitch-Notes practice precedes a note psalm tune psalmody pupil to sing pupils sing reﬁne RHYTHM sacriﬁce scale-notes scholar second curve Semibreve Semiquaver sensible note sharp signiﬁed sing Doh soft beats Sol-fa letters sol-fa notation Sol-fa syllables Sole sounds stanza striking palms suﬂiciently sung syllable ah table of degrees table of tune taught Teacher tion tones and half tonic transfer tunes treble upper usual notation voice whole tones