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title   The Sabbath bell : a collection of music for choirs, musical associations, singing-schools, and the home circle / [compiled] by George F. Root. 
published   New York : Mason Bros., c1856.
description   1 score (384 p.) ; 18 x 25 cm.
all locations   Availability
location   UMCP Performing Arts LibraryLibrary Info Lowens Special Collections Room, Rare Stacks | MSCPA 11-91.1.23 Holdings  Availability  Request from Special Collections
notes   "Part first: Singing school music, including some directions in vocal training, the elements of music, [and] progressive lessons in the form of songs, part songs, and glees, major, minor, and chromatic : together with some exercises for practice in vocal training": p. [3]-96.
  "Part second: Church music, including tunes, opening and closing hymns, sentences, motetts, anthems, chants, etc.": p. [97]-318.
  "Part third: Occasional and concert music, including music for Thanksgiving, Christmas, installation, dedication, funeral, missionary, temperance, patriotic, and various other extraordinary occasions : also for the concert room and the home circle": p. [319]-381.
  Includes indexes.
contents   Part I. Singing school music.--Part II. Church music.--Pt. III. Occasional and concert music.
other form   Online version: Root, George F. (George Frederick), 1820-1895. Sabbath bell. New York, Mason Bros. [c1856]
subjects   LinkTune-books.
  LinkHymns, English.
  LinkSchool songbooks.
  LinkChoruses, Sacred (Mixed voices, 4 parts)
  LinkSinging -- Instruction and study.
other author   LinkRoot, George F. (George Frederick), 1820-1895.
format   Scores

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