Isaac Smith

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Isaac Smith, 1734-1805


Born: ca. 1734, London, England

Died: 14 December 1805, Walworth


English composer, precentor (a leader of a singing choir or congregation) at the Alie Street Meeting House, Goodmans Fields, East London, receiving 40 pounds per year, possibly the first salaried precentor. Later he became a linen draper— a dry goods merchant.

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List of choral works


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1770 – A Collection of Psalm Tunes in Three Parts

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