The Christian Harmonist (Samuel Holyoke)
Title: The Christian Harmonist
Full Title: The Christian Harmonist: Containing a Set of Tunes Adapted to All the Meters in Mr. Rippon's Selection of Hymns, in the Collection of Hymns by Mr. Joshua Smith, and in Dr. Watts's Psalms And Hymns. To Which are Added, Hymns on Particular Subjects, Set Throughout; Two Anthems, and a Funeral Dirge; With a Concise Introduction of Practical Principles. The Whole in a Familiar Style, Designed for the Use of the Baptist Churches in the United States.
Composer – Compiler: Samuel Holyoke
Publication date and place: 1804 by Joshua Cushing in Salem, Massachusetts, 199 pp.
Works at CPDL
|Hartfield||1804||Samuel Holyoke||Isaac Watts||Shall we go on to sin||4||66. 86 (S.M.)|
|Medford||1804||Samuel Holyoke||Isaac Watts||My sorrows, like a flood||4||66. 86 (S.M.)|
|Syracuse||1804||Samuel Holyoke||Isaac Watts||What is our God, or what his name||4||88. 88 (L.M.)|
|The Christian's Warrant||1804||Samuel Holyoke||John Newton||Though troubles assail||3||10 10. 11 11|
|The Rock||1804||Oliver Holden||Anonymous||We've found the rock, the travelers cried||3||86. 86 (C.M.) with alleluias|