2 edition of Shaker manuscript hymnals from South Union, Kentucky. found in the catalog.
Shaker manuscript hymnals from South Union, Kentucky.
Jean Healan Thomason
Discussion of 15 manuscript hymnals in the library of Western Kentucky University.
|Statement||With comment on the musical notation by Fann R. Herndon. Introd. by Julia Neal.|
|Series||Kentucky folklore series, no. 3|
|Contributions||Herndon, Fann R., Kentucky Library.|
|LC Classifications||ML3178.S5 T5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 56 p.|
|Number of Pages||56|
|LC Control Number||78003026|
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc Hymns: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Thomason, Jean Healan.
Shaker manuscript hymnals from South Union, Kentucky. Shakers - South Union, Kentucky A graveyard book lists deaths at South Union from Short biographies of prominent members are also included. Shakers - South Union, Kentucky John Rees Cooper's journal lists the brethren of the North family at South.
Black Shakers at South Union, Kentucky Unknown Binding – January 1, by Kit Firth Cress (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. The Amazon Book Review Author interviews, book reviews, editors' picks, and more.
Read it now. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download Author: Kit Firth Cress. Shakers - South Union, Kentucky (MSS 63) Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Western Kentucky The collection is comprised chiefly of business papers and manuscript books of the Shaker Society at South Union, Kentucky.
; and manuscript hymnals, (6) of the Shaker Society of South Union, Kentucky. 5 boxes. 35 folders. Finding aid only for Manuscripts Collection Business records, deeds, notes, receipts, surveys, agreements, bill of complaint, etc., ; account books, Author: Manuscripts & Folklife Archives.
The South Union Shaker Village is located at the historic site of the South Union Shaker Village in Auburn, Kentucky, United States.
The village was established by the Shakers in and closed in Location: KY 73 at Louisville and Nashville RR tracks. Shaker missionaries entered Kentucky and Ohio after the Cane Ridge, Kentucky revival of –, which was an outgrowth of the Logan County, Kentucky, Revival of From tothey founded Shaker societies at Union Village, Ohio; South Union, Logan County, Kentucky; and Pleasant Hill, Kentucky (in Mercer County, Kentucky).
Abstract. Finding aid only for Manuscripts Collection Business records, deeds, notes, receipts, surveys, agreements, bill of complaint, etc., ; account books, ; journals, ; agreement book of probationary members, ; and manuscript hymnals, (6) of the Shaker Society of South Union, KentuckyAuthor: Manuscripts \u26 Folklife Archives.
This scholarly edition of the hymnal joins the texts to original Shaker tunes for the first time. One hundred and twenty-six of the tunes preserved in the Society's manuscript hymnals have been transcribed from Shaker musical notation into modern standard notation, thus opening this important religious and folk repertoire to modern scholars.5/5(1).
Manuscript book of 30 poems written by Dr. Lewis H. Averitt, physician of Caledonia, Trigg County, Kentucky, between Several of the poems are about the Whig party in Kentucky, Papers - Smith, Furman A., Shaker journal, ( p.) kept by James Carr, South Union, Kentucky, giving daily activities within the Shaker community.
Includes hymnals, (9), compiled by Shaker society members. A name index is available. Finding aid only for Manuscripts Collection Diary of Shaker eldress Nancy E. Moore, and a journal, probably kept by Shaker eldress Lucy Shannon.
The diary and journal record life in the Shaker colony at South Union, Kentucky, with Moore’s diary focused on the Civil War years Author: Manuscripts & Folklife Archives. Hymnal Collections of North America is a guide to the known hymnal collections owned by libraries, museums, and other institutions, in addition to those owned by individuals.
has made a great number of hymnals available online, but there are still many thousands not yet available in this way. 11 Jean H. Thomason, Shaker Manuscript Hymnals from South Union, Kentucky, with comment on the musical notation by Frann R. Herndon and Introduction by Julia Neal (Bowling Green, KY: Kentucky Folklore Society, ), 12Yellin and Hitchcock, "Shaker Music.".
Daniel Patterson in his book, The Shaker Spiritual, first published in (not as indicated in the CD notes), provides a short biographical sketch on Patsy, a former black slave from North Carolina, who lived the remainder of her life as a Shaker sister in Kentucky and died in The performance is copied almost verbatim from the one.
Shaker missionaries entered Kentucky and Ohio after the Cane Ridge, Kentucky revival of –, which was an outgrowth of the Logan County, Kentucky, Revival of From tothey founded Shaker societies at Union Village, Ohio; South Union, Logan County, Kentucky ; and Pleasant Hill, Kentucky (in Mercer County, Kentucky).
), Eldress Nancy E. Moore's South Union journal cclnci dents concerning the War" (),and ajournalkepton a trip in to the eastern societies by the joint ministry of Pleasant Hill and South Union.
Both societies had manuscript hymnals which contained eithersimple texts ortexts accompanied by thetunewritten in alphabetical by: The manuscripts curator went immediately to Shaker Record D (the daily journal of the Shaker community at South Union) to see if Mr.
Montford was mentioned. Indeed Montford and his family were mentioned several times in Record D as Francis Monfort, Sr. (variant spelling). The first Monfort mentioned is John, Francis’s son. Full text of "Shaker handicrafts" See other formats ^**r -^f=" •^ SHAKER HANDICRAFTS NOVEMBER 12 TO DECEM WHITNEY MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART TEN WEST EIGHTH STREET • NEW YORK NK • W5 c.4 THE WHITNEY MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART IS OPEN FREETO THE PUBLIC DAILY EXCEPT MONDAYS FROM 1 P.
UNTIL 5 P. SHAKER HANDICRAFTS. One of the most popular Shaker songs in recent decades has been "GENTLE WORDS" (No. 5), composed by Sister Polly Rupe at Pleasant Hill, Kentucky about This beautiful humility song was discovered by Roger Lee Hall in at a library in Shaker Heights, Ohio.
Complete, fully searchable information about Union Hymnal, Songs and Prayers for Jewish Worship. 3rd ed. Revised and enlarged. At its peak in the midth century, there were 4,–6, Shaker believers living in 18 major communities and numerous smaller, often short-lived, communities.
External and internal societal changes in the mid- and lateth century resulted in the thinning of the Shaker community as members left or died with few converts to the faith to.
Shaker collection of records concerning the United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Appearing (bulk ) Shakers items; 40 containers; linear feet; 32 microfilm reels Manuscript Division, Library of Congress Members of the United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Appearing, a millenial religious sect originating in England among the Society of Friends in.
Without music. "Evidently published without a title page and bound up from sheets in the printing office with no attempt of regularity.
It is evidently the work of Richard McNe[m]ar, and was probably printed at Westervelt [i.e. Watervliet] Ohio, about " -- Typescript mounted on 1st leaf in LC copy.
Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. Copied at South Union, Ky., (2 vols.) 35 Diary of a journey by the South Union ministry to visit the New England Shakers, 36 "Scenes and incidents appertaining to the war at or near South Union, Ky.
taken from the writings of Nancy E. Moore, v. 2," 37 Journal, Milton Robinson, 38 "The twelve Christian virtues in.
The Musical Quarterly London and New York: Oxford Univ. Press [c, ]. $, paper. [First published in ] CROCKETT, BARBARA ALLEN.
A Summary View of the Millennial Church or the United Society of Believers Commonly Called Shakers comprising the Rise, Progress and Practical Order of the Society together with the General Principles of Their Faith and Testimony Containing excerpts from the 2nd Edition, of almost pages as printed by the Shakers; — the book contained particular information concerning the United.
For information on African American experiences in Kentucky, Trigg County, and additional oral history projects, visit TopSCHOLAR or browse through KenCat, a searchable database featuring manuscripts, photographs and other non-book objects housed in the Department of Library Special Collections.
Shaker Manuscript Hymnals from South Union, Kentucky () Call Number: KEN./MLS5 T5 The Life of Cassius Marcellus Clay; Memoirs, Writings, and Speeches, Showing His Conduct in the Overthrow of American Slavery, the Salvation of the Union, and the Restoration of the Autonomy of the States () Call Number: KEN./EC55 A3 Author: Kinzie Wells.
Shaker Manuscript Hymnals from South Union, Kentucky, With Comment on the Musical Notation by Fann R. Herndon. Bowling Green: Kentucky Folklore Society, 56 pages. APP COLL STACKS: MLS5 T5. Tillyard, Henry Julius Wetenhall. Byzantine Music and Hymnography. 72 pages. New York: AMS Press, Ann Lee joined the Shakers bythen became the leader of the small community.
"Mother Ann", as her followers later called her, claimed numerous revelations regarding the fall of Adam and Eve and its relationship to sexual intercourse.A powerful preacher, she called her followers to confess their sins, give up all their worldly goods, and take up the cross of celibacy and forsake marriage.
Shaker communities founded at Pleasant Hill and South Union, Ky., and Busro, or West Union, Ind. circa Shaker community founded at Canaan, N.Y. Shaker community founded at North Union, Ohio Shaker community founded at Whitewater, Ohio Shaker membership rose to about six thousand including adults in New York.
This scholarly edition of the hymnal joins the texts to original Shaker tunes for the first time. One hundred and twenty-six of the tunes preserved in the Society's manuscript hymnals have been transcribed from Shaker musical notation into modern standard notation, thus opening this important religious and folk repertoire to modern scholars.
Page —“Come Life, Shaker Life”—Selection of Hymns and Poems; for the use of Believers. By Philos Hamoniae, Pages& —“Simple Gifts”—Manuscript Hymnals, –47 Page —“Search Ye Your Camps”—New Lebanon Hymns, The internet addresses, email addresses, and phone numbers in this book are accurate.
Hymn book published by M.L. McPhail. At this time, McPhail was a travelling representative ("Pilgrim") of the Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society (now known as Jehovah's Witnesses), working under the direction of Charles Taze Russell.
McPhail had printed several editions of this hymn book. Shaker hymnal ; by Shakers (East Canterbury, N.H.) Publication date Topics Shakers, Shakers, Hymns, English Publisher East Canterbury, N.H.
Princeton Theological Seminary Library Language English. Richmond, M.L. Shaker lit. Addeddate Bookplateleaf Call number SCC Camera Canon 5D Foldoutcount 0 Identifier.
Finding Aid to Shaker Collection, This collection of manuscripts and publications touches all aspects of the Shaker way of life. In addition to the better known Shaker principles – celibacy and separation from the world – it also includes information on their beliefs and actions regarding pacifism, charitableness, equality of sexes, and sanctity of labor.
Sunday School Price; Martin Luther’s Catechism (Red) $; Egermeier’s Bible Stories (Hardcover/softcover): $ / $ Bible Pictures for Little Eyes: $ Our. • First edition of the very first Shaker hymnal, including the text without music for hymns. The work also has the distinction of being the first book from a Shaker press, having been preceded only by broadsides and pamphlets.
That the Hancock printers were still learning their art is evident by the at times wobbly impression of the type. The Broadman Hymnal Great Standard Hymns and Choice Gospel Songs New and Old, for Use in All Religious Services, such as the Worship Hour, Sunday School, Young People's Meetings, Assemblies, and Evangelisic Services by McKinney, B B (ed) and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at.
Oh, Come, Let Us Adore Him is a minute Christmas program that successfully interweaves the involvement of choir, congregation and spoken word to produce a beautiful experience for program includes five most beloved Christmas hymns arranged in settings of exquisite beauty, plus Anthem of Christ, an original number with narration, which brings to life the angelic announcement of.Hymnals Spanish Hymnals Boards & Flags Baptismal Robes Certificates of Recognition Offering Envelopes Spanish Offering Envelopes.
Why KJV? Why KJV? Items 1 to 12 of 40 total This book presents powerful evidence that Codex Sinaiticus was actually produced in This was the first hard- bound book to be published by the Early Shakers. It was used within their own communties — “adapted to the day of Christ's Second Appearing” and “composed for the use of his people”.
Here presented are the Preface and an Index of excerpted Hymns from the Original as well as the entire Table of Contents.