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The Tune Book as Used at St Albans Holborn

£39.99

Product description

The title as shown on the front board of the book is "The Tune Book as Used at St Albans Holborn", however, on the title page it is shown as "Music of the Appendix to the Hymnal Noted. Containing nearly 250 tunes for long, common, short, and peculiar metres; together with several gregorian hymns and antiphons; the eight Gregorian Tones; the music of the Reproaches; the seven last words; and litany tunes; &c.

This is the second edition published by Novello, Ewer and Co., undated, but probably around the mid to late 1900s. The work is attributed to the editor who remains anonymous.

Very dark, heavily textured cloth covered boards blind stamped with border and oval in the middle containing the title in gold text. The spine appears to be blank. The page ends all round are coloured red. The hinges and binding are in remarkably good condition for its age. There are no inscriptions or marking of the music as far as examined.

Item details

Author(s):
anon
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
187 x 143 x 17 mm approx.
Edition:
undated, probably circa mid/late 1800s
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
189
Publisher:
Novello, Ewer and Co.

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About this item

The title as shown on the front board of the book is "The Tune Book as Used at St Albans Holborn", however, on the title page it is shown as "Music of the Appendix to the Hymnal Noted. Containing nearly 250 tunes for long, common, short, and peculiar metres; together with several gregorian hymns and antiphons; the eight Gregorian Tones; the music of the Reproaches; the seven last words; and litany tunes; &c.

This is the second edition published by Novello, Ewer and Co., undated, but probably around the mid to late 1900s. The work is attributed to the editor who remains anonymous.

Very dark, heavily textured cloth covered boards blind stamped with border and oval in the middle containing the title in gold text. The spine appears to be blank. The page ends all round are coloured red. The hinges and binding are in remarkably good condition for its age. There are no inscriptions or marking of the music as far as examined.

Author(s):
anon
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
187 x 143 x 17 mm approx.
Edition:
undated, probably circa mid/late 1800s
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
189
Publisher:
Novello, Ewer and Co.

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