- Performer:Isaiah Thomas Singers / Stephen Long / David P. McKay
- Title:Nineteenth Century American Sacred Music: From Fuguing Tune to Oratorio
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The Cantata in Early American Music. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings 32382.
Extensive historical notes, old-time illustrations, and sacred music make this a most interesting and useful reference book. An enormous amount of music was written and arranged for the popular brasswinds at the time, some of which was sacred music for the church. Changing taste and secularism resulted in the loss of the entire body of written and arranged sacred music for brass, once as cherished in church performance as the choral tradition is today. For scholars and performers interested in the variety of music produced in the United States during the 19th century.
Nineteenth Century American Sacred Music 1980. Suffer Little Children to Come Unto Me. Nineteenth Century American Sacred Music 1980. I Will Extol Thee, My God, O King. Turn Ye, Turn Ye.
American classical music is music written in the United States in the European classical music tradition. In many cases, beginning in the 18th century, it has been influenced by American folk music styles; and from the 20th century to the present day it has often been influenced by folk, jazz, blues, Native American, and pop styles. The earliest American classical music consists of part-songs used in religious services during Colonial times.
The fuguing tune (often fuging tune) is a variety of Anglo-American vernacular choral music. It first flourished in the mid-18th century and continues to be composed today. Fuguing tunes are sacred music, specifically, Protestant hymns. They are written for a four-part chorus singing a cappella. George Pullen Jackson has described the fuguing tune as follows: A well-known fuguing tune that is typical of the form is "Northfield", written in 1800 by Jeremiah Ingalls.
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CreditsIsaiah Thomas Singers - Primary Artist
Stephen Long - Primary Artist
David P. McKay - Primary Artist