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THE PALM. A COLLECTION OP

ACRED MUSIC, FOR

CHOIRS, SINGING SCHOOLS

C-

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X*7"

AND CONVENTIONS.

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& XV

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CHICAGO: PUBLISHED

BY

ROOT & CADY,

67

WASHINGTON STREET.

PEEFACE There I.

are a few features in this work that

The Elementary Course

is

we hope

will

prove acceptable.

.

These are

:

as concisely stated as possible, leaving every teacher entirely free to use his

own method

of

commu-

nicating a knowledge of the fundamental principles.

The

II.

collection of Singing School

readily reach within the

More

schools.

first

Music has been

two or three lessons.

This

it

ca,refully graded, so is

as to furnish very easy part-songs, which a class

believed will add very

much

to

may

the interest of the earlier sessions of

elaborate Glees and Choruses have also been provided for the use of advanced classes and musical conventions.

In the department of Metrical Psalmody, we have selected from a large amount of material those tunes that seemed most

III.

likely to prove real additions to those already in use.

In the "Social and

IV.

Sunday School Department,"

will

be found a selection of pieces, especially adapted to these gath-

erings.

Of Anthems and Set

V.

pieces,

we present an unusually

large and varied collection.

The very general demand

thems, suitable for opening or closing worship, has led us to furnish a large number of such pieces, drawn from attention

We

is

Of longer pieces suitable for Dedication, Ordination, Thanksgiving, &c, there is, we trust, a added several Choruses from the Old Masters for the use of Musical Conventions and Concerts.

invited.

have also

Metrical Chants.

VI.

many

The words of these are almost The Palm.

entirely new, in this form,

and the music

for short

sufficient

variety.

in this, as in the other depart-

ments, has been written expressly for

VII.

We

Congregational Tunes.

hereby return our thanks to

— The most all

those

familiar standard tunes for

who have rendered valuable

Congregational use will be found in

& Cady,

in the District

this

department.

aid in the preparation of this work.

C.

Entered, according to Act of Congress, A. D. 1870, by Root

Court et the

United States

for the

An-

sources, to which

Northern District of

M.

Illinois.

WYMAN.

ELEMENTS OF MUSIC (THEORETICAL

AKD

PRACTICAL.)

-•-•-•-

CHAPTER § §

A A

1

2

CHAPTER

I.

II.

called a tone.

Rhythmics.

tone has three properties which are essential to

NOTES AND RESTS.

musical sound

is

its ex-

istence. viz

Length,

2nd.

Pitch,

3rd.

Power.

The length of tones

4.

§

ist.

is

represented by characters called

Notes.

Characters indicating silence are called Rests.

5.

§

EXAMPLES. §

Therefore the theory of music

3.

three following departments 1st.

That which

may

be divided into the

Whole. Half. Quarter. Eighth. Sixteenth. Thirty-second.

&

:

treats of

Length

That which treats of Pitch

3rd.

That which

treats

— Rhythmics.

— Melodies. of Power—Dynamics.

2nd.



Note. No attempt is here made to furnish an elaborate treatise on the Theory of Notation., but simply to set forth the few prominent things whi<-h are essential to the success of the Singing School In some instances the facts are only stated, leaving each teacher to work them out according to his own method. It is hoped that condensed arrangement will assist teachers in making their explanations of the Theory, few and short, leaving most of the time for practice. Let the teachers' motto be Practice much. Talk Little. (3;

&

Notes.

V Rests.

§

1 6.

quarters. §

7.

A whole note is A quarter to two A character equal

equal to two halves.

A

half to

two

eighths, &c. to

two whole

r^otes,

and written thus:

this

is

&-\\

§

8.

called a double note.

Notes and Rests have no

positive, only a relative length

4

Elements CHAPTER

of* IWCusic.

III.

Melodies.

The

13.

§

by the

pitches represented

determined by characters called

staff are

different degrees of the clefs,

of which there are

three in general use, viz

THE SCALE. §

9.

The

One. Two. Three. Four. Five.

Do, Doe,

Re,

Mi,

Fa,

F

P

clef

thus

:

And

the

C igj:~

clef thus

:

4Th-



Six. Seven. Eight.

La,

Sol,

Ray, Mee, Fah,

The

clef

thus

the lowest to the highest, thus

The syllables Pronounced

G

which are named from The

scale consists of eight tones,

Sole, JLah,

Si,

See,

Do,

14.

§

second

Doe,

line,

The Treble

or

G

clef represents the

letter-

G

upon the

while the other letters follow upward in alphabetical or-

and downward by reversing the order, thus

der,

are used to assist the beginner in producing the right tones. §

10.

The

pitch of tones

consists of five lines,

and each space lowest upward.

is

is

represented by the

and the spaces belonging

They

called a degree.

Staff,

Each line numbered from the

to them.

are

-K-

~D~

§

15.

The Tenor,

the second line,

and the

or

When more

degrees are needed,

above or below, thus enlarging the

short lines are added §

16.

C

the letter G upon and numerals are applied

clef also represents

letters, syllables

the same as in the Treble 11.

-C-

Spaces.

:s=:r:

§'

5_

t-

-r>-

§EE

STAFF. Lines.

G CLEF.

which

clef.

The Base, or F

clef,

represents the letter

F

upon the

staff.

fourth line, thus

-2nd line -1st line

ADDED LINES. above. Snd space

above.

~%st Htpace

F CLEF. -,-.

above. above.

9*=!

-r>-

zsziz; 1st line below. 2nd line below. §

12.

T9t_spaoe Below. 2nd ppace below.

The absolute pitch of tones

letters of the alphabet.

is

named by the

first

seven

§

17.

-K-

The

scale, with syllables,

"F

-K-

numerals and

sented upon the staff with the clefs as follows

TF

1

letters, is repre-

Elements No.

a

1.

re

mi

fa

sol

la

6\

2

3

4

5

6

7

c

D

E

F

G

A

B

F

m

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i

No. a.

r.

THE SCALE.

clef.

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of* IVIxxsic

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Do

do.

£

la

sol

fa

mi

re

6

5

4

3

2

14

B

A

G

F

E

D

C.

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Do

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1

2

3

4

5

6

7

C

D

E

F

G

A

B

a

No. 3.

la

sol

do.

si

c.

Do

SI

7

c

B

mi

sol

fa

6

5

4

3

2

1.

A

G

F

E

D

C.

la

re

SCALE EXERCISES.

clef.

I

+ Do Do.

.re. re

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1.

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.3.

.No. 4. C.

D.

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Elements CHAPTER

No.

IV.

What kind of measure

Rhythmics. 18.

§

Music forms

Mtisic.

of*

groups of pulsations or beats, Wliat

itself into

2.

How many

f

called measures.

Measures are represented

19.

§

perpendicular lines

;

to the

eye by spaces between

2

1

La Hap

EXAMPLE. Bar.

Bar.

Down, La

up. la.

-

Hap

py.

-

Down, La

la.

la.

? up.

Hap -

and

alike,

first

? Down, La

|

up.

Hap - py.

py.

—The above exercises are performed example — a quarter note the in

?

1

up.

(Note. sentation

-Measure.

•Measure^

1

P

?

f

1

1

Down,

the dividing lines are called Bars.

sar.

Which accented

beats ?

the beat note f

is

differ

only

||

la.

py.

in their repre-

being equal to a half note in the

second.)

There are four kinds of measure, viz:

20.

§

Double, triple,

quadruple and sextuple.

is

Double measure consists of two beats, (pulsations) acfirst. It may be indicated by two motions or beats of the hand, viz., down and up, called beating time. 21.

§

§

Triple measure has three beats, accented on the

24.

indicated by the upper figure

Down,

left,

and

Any

22.

is

may

be taken to represent the time of one beat,

No.

Figures are placed upon the

staff,

one above the other,

Three

Triple measure. note

then called the beat note.

23.

§

note

3,

is

Accented on

beats.

? ?

?

11

i

?

?

f

I

*

?

Double, measure. is

Two

beats.

No.

Accented on the

first.

Th

What hind of measure What is the beat note ?

p

1/ / One, two, three.

up.

Down,

la

la.

La

left,

la

up. la.

4.

How many

?

left,

beats f

Which accented f

a j

f 14! — !

beat

f

two, three.

EXAMPLES.

note

The

the first.

r



a measure.

2

Count Beat Sing

— —

P 1

One,

two. Down, up.

La

la.

|

f

One,

P

Down, up.

La

1

'

P

r

r

One, two.

One,

two

Down,

Down, La

1

two. la.

La

up. la.

It

3.

The upper figure shows the number of beats in Count— One, two, three. One, two, three. One, Down, left, up. Down, left, up. Down, The lower figure shows the beat note, or the note which Beat La la. la La la. Sing— la La occupies the time of one beat.

just after the clef.

first.

beats, viz

up.

cented on the

§

and requires three

if Down,

up.

La

la.

Hap

9 left,

la -

pi

9 up. la.

-

ly.

!

9

9\

9

Down, La

la

Hap

pi

-

left,

-

J

9

la.

Down, La

ly.

Hap

up.

-

left,

la

pi

up. la.

-

ly.

9

Down, La

Hap

-

5

left,

la

pi

up. la.

-

ly.

Elements of Quadi uple measure has four beats, accented principally

25.

§

on the

first,

figure 4,

and

lightly on the third.

and requires four

beats, viz

No.

Four

Quadruple measure.

The beat note

third.

y

JVlvisic.

If G G

G-

It

Down,

.

by the upper

indicated

is

left, right,

up.

No.

What kind of measure What is the beat note ?

5.

Accented on the

beats.

*

and

first

&~

is

&\ G G

G-

G G G g\

G-\

G- G-

G

§

G-\

27.

Count-One, two, three, four.Onc, two, three, four. One, two, three, four. One, two, three, four. 6, 9, 12, Beat Do wn, left, right, up. Down, left,right,up. Down, left, right, up. Down, left, right, up.

I

I

up,

la

la

la

la

II

I

I

Down, La

up. la.

are in use for

and the following

left, left,

la

la



La

la

la

La

la.

la

la

La

la.

No.

What kind of measure ? What is the beat note ?

La

la.

first,

figure 6,

up. la.

and

Sextuple measure.

—One,9 Beat — Down, Sing — La

It

six beats, viz

Six

:

is

It

?

would be impossible

ing Singing Schools, but

r

indicated by the

Down,

left, left, right,

:

p

n

upper

to follow

9

9

left, left,

la

la

9 up,

la

la

up. la.

16, 32.

first

any

set

programme

9

9

9

Familiar Tune.

4.

Exercise in Reading Music

2.

Vocal

5.

Hymn

6.

Glees.

up, up. 3.

9

Drill.

Blackboard Exercise.

Tunes.

Quartet.

Rest Ten Minutes. 8.

Hymn

Tune.

11.

Chants.

9.

Vocal

Drill.

12.

Glees.

0.

Anthem.

13.

Anthems

two, three, four, five, six.

Down, left, La la

left,

la

right, up, la

k

up. la.

teach-

1.

and fourth.

9

in

SINGING SCHOOL PROGRAMME

7

p\9 One,

five, six.

right,

2, 3, 4,

:

1, 2, 4, 8,

:

*

9

la.

hoped that the following will aid the teacher in furnishing that variety which will make his schools entertaining as well as thoroughly educational

is

two, three, four,

la

up.

it is

7.

Accented on the

beats.

la

,

j

right, up,

THE TEACHER.

TO

Down, left, right, up. Down,left, right, up. la la la. La La la la la.

on the fourth.

lightly

and requires

The beat note 1

la.

Sextuple measure has six beats, accented principally on

No.

Count,

i

I

26.

la

Which accented

beats ?

I

§

la

P 1

6.

How many

Down, left, right, up. Down, left, right, La la La la la la. la

I

la

M MiM Mi^ M nr

4 4

the

la

P !

the upper figure

for the lower figure



Sing

Which accented?

beats ?

P

i

left, left, right,

The following

.

How many

?

P

II

I

Down, La

8.



14.

Quartet.

Elements of

]\J!tisic.

PRACTICAL EXERCISES.* No.

What

1.

What kind of measure

clef?

How many

?

What

beats?

beat noteff

is the

qJE^i^gf^g:

r

-0

9

1,

1,

re,

re,

2,

2,

mi, mi, 3,

3,

Come, let's join our cheerful

A

§ 28.

may

note

fa,

fa,

4,

4,

voices,

sol, sol,

5,

5,

la,

la,

6,

6,

While the upward

si,

si,

do,

do.

7,

7,

8,

8.

scale we're

Do, do, 8,

8,

si,

la,

si,

6,

7,

7,

la,

sol,

sol,

fa,

fa,

5,

5,

4,

4,

6,

singing;How the strain each heart

rejoices, Pleasures

mi, mi,

re,

3,

3,

2,

-0-

-0-

.

Do, do,

re,

2,

do, do. 1,

1.

pure and sweet'tis bringing.

require more than one beat.

QUARTER AND HALF NOTES.

^B

No. 2.

Do,

re,

mi,

re,

mi,

fa,

Rainbow, rainbow, bright and Note.

sol,

fair;

sol,

sol,

la,

fa,

sol,

Smiling sweet on

all

mi,

be

Re,

re. -

low.

re,

mi,

fa,

sol,

3=BE

~&la,

Peace di- vine thy rays de

-

sol,

clare,

fa,

fa,

sol,

fa,

i

3 ..,,. mi,

re,

do.

Heavenly love thy splendors show.

—Let the syllables, numerals, letters and words be applied to every exercise. BASE CLEF.

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1

Do, do, re, re, mi, mi, fa, fa, sol, sol, la, la, si, si, do, do. Do, do, si, si, la, la, sol, sol, fa, fa, mi, mi, re, re, do, do. Voices ringing, all are singing, Flowers springing, beauty bringing, Hearts are bounding. music sounding, Countless treasures,countless pleasures. No. 4.

PP

o- -4-

Do,

Now * Note.

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L

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f*--3-^

mi, fa, mi, re, do, do, re, mi, fa, sol, fa, mi, re, re. the gentle May approaching, Shining fleecy clouds are fly-ing, re,

— Much care has been given

P

T-&-

Mi,

fa,

+*=& sol,

la,

&=psol,

fa,

-&-

mi, mi, fa,

is:.

sol,

&fa,

g-i^-^^-g mi,

re,

re,

do,

d

I >.

Cheerly sound our notes of welcome, While with nature's songsters viein

to the Grading of all the practical exercises. It is not intended that all the single exercises should be learned before singing but after learning one or two pages, let the school go directly to •Morning Song," on page 19, and to easy hymn tunes. Thus, by alternating between single and four part pieces, may the variety and interest, so essential to the success of a school, be kept up. in four parts,

f

The pupil should answer these questions before singing every new

exorcise.

Q

Elements of Music. HALF AND WHOLE NOTES.

a \& .

&

-&—&-_-}-&~ -G-i Soft §

ly

-

A

29.

now

the light

—fcB

day Fades up-on

of

may commence on

piece of music

our

sight

a

-

3 ~^

1

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rj

1

_??_-«-

J

-^—«=

way, Free from care, from

la

-

~Or

Lord

bor free,

would commune with thee.

I

either beat of the measure.

BEGINNING ON THE SECOND BEAT OF THE MEASURE. No. 6.

r4=:fc=l=t=!=t: I

§

yes, the

Oh,

Two

30.

or

good time now

here,

is

The present

more notes may be performed

our own

is

;

Then do not wait

coming

for

joy,

Take now,

soon be

'twill

gone.

at one beat.

No. 7.

##••##•# La h-L—

1

la

§

la

1

la

1

la

T la

la

Dots thus

31.

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L -J

1

J-

—rV— —y— —Np p

N

p

—N — —S IS

1

A -^—

1

1

1

1

p_

1

H

— —~i

.

L

-J

j--1

la

la

1 1

—J-—

1-

-

la

la

la

la

la

la

la

la

la

la

la

la

la

la

la

la

la

la

la

la.

indicate a repetition of the music.

(i) ROUND.*

(SJcips.)

Repeat.

No. 8.

— — — »*#-# <*

j __4_±_7|__q May day, yes, yes, f9-

l-i—©

:|

&--•--#

-# yes,

yes.

No

——— #

«

«-We'll sing

no

snow,

round.

(An



J la,

la,

la,

la,

O Note.

-

ver

moun

— After singing

this

-

tain.

— Grove and

w

^ ^

g,

fountain.

Pie a ant

1, 2, 3, 4.

We'll



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1

ha,

ha,

zppzjszz^ztz^^ gr -p—

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play

ha,

I

l~ ha.

4.

9

v

'tis

to

or

fr

e

spend the day,

page the class may sing "Morning Song, and "Distant Bells," page

* This should be sung in lour parts, as indicated by the figures voi<3e begin, and so through with all the parts.

second

1

old melody.

3-

0~ —

i



S-j;

Sing

-

ing,

talk

-

ing

by

the

way.

19.

Each voice should commence

at

No.

1. .

When

the

first

voice arrives at No.

2,

let

the

Elements of

io

JVTixsic.

TWO PART SONG. No. 10-

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dailies

Q

1

-* '9

9



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— 9-

0- \- m-

g- g

two part song, Loud

Join and sing this Gentlemen

our

all

let

Jt

9- \ "

*-

-j~

voices

\

ring,

«_

—r-

1

T'_

Beat the time with ac-cent strong, g, So our cheerful song we

-m

sing. siag.

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RESTS. No.

1

1.

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Never,

follow,

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i

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I-

never,

w

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i

f-

§

32.

The whole

§

33.

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tie

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never,

rest ") is

is

used to

never,

fill

never,

any kind of measure, and

is

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used when two or more notes on the same degree are to be sung to one syllable.

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follow,

then called the measure

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follow,

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Sow many

WJiat kind of measure ?

No. 13.

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do,

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re,

1,

1,

2,

2,

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2,

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E,

mi,

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4,

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and

^

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rrizzj:

—Iif: — (--

la,

G,

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dot (.) after a note or rest, adds one-half to its length, thus: § 34. added, each dot adds one-half of the length of the preceding dot, thus: J.

is

la

sol,

5,

a,

a,

f,

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?

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la,,

6,

6,

si.

7,

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II

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figure 3

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when tones lower than one

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8,

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7,

do,

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re,

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re,

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do.

2,

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3,

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How many

Wliat land of measure ?

26

as H

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Which accented

beats ?

What

%

is

the beat note ?

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mi

re

fa

sol

do.

.do.

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fa..

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SI;

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re.

.do,

No. 27. j

1

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§

Where

40.

the

movement

is

rapid,

it is

better to give only two beats in sextuple measure.

TWO BEATS. No. 2S.

ez^eee:

m m m

##•-*-

Ha,lia.ha,&c. Ho,ho,ho, &c. Merrily, merrily, happily, happily, merrily, merrily, happily, happily, merrily, merrily, happily, happily,

32-A-0r.SL_

O.

merrily,

merrily,

TWO BEATS. No. 19.

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zzizz

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la,





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an 'tis

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INTERVALS.

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and end with the

first section,

or at the

word Fine.

FINE.

No. 35.

Summer

days are

now de-clin

-

ing,

With

their precious golden hours.

I>.

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-

ly, see,

the sun

is

shining', Thro' the fading groves

A

note commencing on the unaccented part and extending over two or more parts of a measure, § 42. should be accented.

is

C.

and bowers.

called syncopated,

and

SYNCOPATION. No. 36.

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i b,

i'

b, e,

ab,

e,

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1,

2, 2,

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L ' bo, o,

i,

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1,

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d,

d,

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a

f do, f

d,

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No. 37.

tint

ti»ht

10

,

taught

sieep, slept, slip, siew.......S.l..S^.^lll^T.^:T^'3\: Stay, stack, step, stick

Note— Let the sounds (not the names) of the above consonants be given four times in quick succession, and the remaining vowels, numerals and words should be re P eatod with each tone of the scale -

Lumping, bumping, mumping Able, feeble, bible, double Cradle, saddle, idle, bridle ^ he following exercises to be sung legato and staccato, with the vowels, syllables, numerals, &c.

No. 3s.

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§ ° 4d.

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j

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Low male

n

be classified as lollows

:

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,

High malt

— Base. — mlenor.

voice

Low

female voice

ttc High female >

i

voice

— Alto. — mTreble. 11

ILLUSTRATION OF THE USUAL COMPASS AND RELATIVE POSITION OF THE FOUR PARTS.

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TERMS AND SIGNS OF EXPRESSION. Piano

marked p

Pianissimo

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Forte

" u

Fortissimo

Mezzo-Piano

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Mezzo-Forte

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Mezzo

pp

/ ff

m mp mf

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u

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...

s

a

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tone.

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or

tone.

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increase.

diminish.

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o

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Short and

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in

distinct.

power.

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3B3

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BASE.



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VI.

acters called sharps

MAJOR SCALE. The

§ 44.

The intermediate tones are indicated by means of char-

§ 49.

Melodies.

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or flats (k), as follows

CHROMATIC SCALE, SYLLABLES, NUMERALS AND LETTERS.

scale heretofore used, consisting of eight tones,

Ascending.

is

called the major scale.

The

§ 45.

an Interval § 46. is



difference of pitch

from 1

as

as

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between any two tones

from 1 to

2,

1

3 to 4, &c.

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7

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48.

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F

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The degree upon which a sharp is placed, indicates a tone and the degree upon which a flat is placed indi-

a half step higher,

It

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and twelve intervals of a half step each, sharp or § 53.

MAJOR SECONDS AND INTERMEDIATE TONES.

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The numerals are read one, sharp one, two, sharp two, seven, &c. The letters are read C, C sharp, D, D sharp,

step occurs in the scale, an inter- cates a tone a half step lower than

called the chromatic scale.

Major Scale, &. Chromatic Scale,



introduced, thus forming another scale.

consists of thirteen tones is

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A> B|? E Et> Di? C. Gt> F Note. In the above syllables the letter i should receive the sound of long e thus Di is pronounced De, Ri is pronounced Re, &c. The letter e should have the sound of long a thus Se is pronounced S5, Le is pronounced La, &c. C

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through succeeding measures, unless

cepted by a note upon another degree.

by a inter-

34

Elements CHAPTER

dif-

It

called the minor scale.

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of minor scales, but this, called the the most used at the present day.

The minor seconds occur between 2 and

3,

6,

farther investi-

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any key

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Till the stars of

HAPPY NEW YEAR.

TO

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hope,

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Kay Palmer,

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With

Lord, thou hast taught our hearts to glow

love's

un

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ing flame; But more of thee we long to know. And more would love thy name.

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who wander er

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and serve thee

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heav'n and earth together blend Their praises at thy throne.

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134

C.

M.

James

R.

Murray.

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all

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the sons of light,

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Come, crown and throne; come, robe and palm; Burst

4.

forth, glad stream of peace!

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Sun of righteousness!

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M. Slason.

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see? Shall I

not weep his groans to hear

Who

groaned and died

for

me?

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Blest

Je-sus!

let

those tears ;ears of thine

stub-born Sub-due each eac

foe;

ae

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B^^l^^ Come,

fill

my

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heart with love divine,

And

—-h——: —

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bid

1-

my

sorrows

flow.

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my

tongue, some heavenly theme,

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2.

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strong,

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is

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which

The

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voice that rolls the stars a

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pants the hart

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When

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my

God,

soul,

for thee,

And

thy

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skpisigp^^pipiiggB^iigi 2.

For thee,

my

God, the

liv

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cast

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employ His aid

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be-hold thy face, 1



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and change these sighs To thankful hymns of joy.

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on

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rock

he made

my

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my

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cheerful tongue

To

praise the

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the Lord

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H. E. Kimball.

And heaven and

na

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if

ture sing.

3EiZ« 2.

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to the world

!

the Sav-ior reigns

!

Let men their tongues employ, While

fields

and

floods, rocks,hills

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138

C.

M. No.

1.

C.

M. Wyman.

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at

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i

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;

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sub-mis-sion

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Earnestly.

IP 3.

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that heaven-born faith surveys

The path

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still:

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From

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Savior's

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are sealed in death

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Lord,

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my

Life,

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143

M.

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the cross,

of

dier

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my

shall I fear

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his cause,

Or blush

i-±i:J:]-«t:,

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Increase

my

courage Lord -p5L_

path

I choose the

my God;

of heavenly truth,

I'll

;

bear the

Soon

as I

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t'

obey thy word, And

'

i

glory

in

my

choice

i

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all

the rich-es

of

the

earth Could

by

thy word.

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no

suffers

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so

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my

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The

Lord- of

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light,

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energetic.

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my strength,

is

nor

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fear

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Ss ^EEHSisa

shall

endure; The men that

in

Thy

truth con-fide, Shall find thy promise '

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the peaceful fold,

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ray light,

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without and

with-in

;

of the first-born above; above ;

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to

be there!

to

be there!

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who once was

him

now

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slain,

risen,

is

through endless days

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of

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ransomed, spread his fame

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May we our ills endure, Trusting thy promise sure, Jesus, our friend.

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