Southern harmony and musical companion book
Steve Eulberg - Southern Harmony & Musical Companion (Book/CD), Prussia Valley DulcimersIt was the first record by the band to feature Marc Ford on lead guitar, replacing Jeff Cease, who was fired the year before, and the first record to feature keyboardist Eddie Harsch. The album's name derives from the full name of the Southern Harmony , an influential hymnal compiled by William Walker. It was a record for an album to feature four album rock number-one hits previously set by Tom Petty in , with three. In , the album was ranked number on Guitar World magazine's list of the greatest guitar albums of all time. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
The Southern Harmony (Walker, William)
Born in in South Carolina, William Walker grew up near Spartanburg and early became devoted to the Welsh Baptist Church of his ancestors and to the musical heritage that church had brought to early America. Walker became a singing master, and Southern Harmony was compiled for his students in hundreds of singing schools all over North and South Carolina and Georgia and in eastern Tennessee. Southern Harmony reached Kentucky in the company of music-loving pioneers, and today an annual singing in Benton, Kentucky, remains the only such occasion on which Southern Harmony is consistently the source of the music. They belong there. This attractive edition can help choirs get back to the source. Convert currency. Add to Basket.
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The Southern Harmony, and Musical Companion is a shape note hymn and tune book compiled by William Walker , first published in The book is notable for having originated or popularized several hymn tunes found in modern hymnals and shape note collections like The Sacred Harp. The roots of Southern Harmony singing, like the Sacred Harp , are found in the American colonial era, when singing schools convened to provide instruction in choral singing, especially for use in church services. This practice remained popular with Baptists in the South long after it fell from use in other regions. In , a book called The Easy Instructor [a] by William Smith and William Little was published for the use of this movement; its distinguishing feature was the use of four separate shapes that indicated the notes according to the rules of solfege. A triangle indicated fa , a circle sol , a square la and a diamond, mi.
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