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Boggett's Sacred Music

£50.00

Product description

Boggett's Sacred Music, An original set of Psalm and Hymn tunes, suitable for Congregational Worship, adapted chiefly to the hymn book published at the Wesleyan Book-room: arranged for four voices, with an accompaniment for the organ or piano-forte, by Richard Boggett, Kippax, near Leeds. Published by J. Swallow, around 1860. 106 pages, the last six, 107 - 112, being lost. Rare copy. Hardback, with blind stamping on boards and gilt lettering on front. Spine has small tear top and bottom, bumping on corners. Front hinge damaged, binding showing back and front. Some pages with tanning from use. Signature of a former owner in Kippax from 1872 on inside endpaper. Includes Index to the tunes and Index to the Metres.

Boggett, (1796 - 1879) was a choirmaster in Kippax, Yorkshire. (source, Hymnary.org)

Item details

Author(s):
Boggett, Richard
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
4to - 10 - 13
Dimensions:
7.375 x 10.5
Edition:
First
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
106
Publisher:
J. Swallow
Title:
Boggett's Sacred Music

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Boggett's Sacred Music, An original set of Psalm and Hymn tunes, suitable for Congregational Worship, adapted chiefly to the hymn book published at the Wesleyan Book-room: arranged for four voices, with an accompaniment for the organ or piano-forte, by Richard Boggett, Kippax, near Leeds. Published by J. Swallow, around 1860. 106 pages, the last six, 107 - 112, being lost. Rare copy. Hardback, with blind stamping on boards and gilt lettering on front. Spine has small tear top and bottom, bumping on corners. Front hinge damaged, binding showing back and front. Some pages with tanning from use. Signature of a former owner in Kippax from 1872 on inside endpaper. Includes Index to the tunes and Index to the Metres.

Boggett, (1796 - 1879) was a choirmaster in Kippax, Yorkshire. (source, Hymnary.org)

Author(s):
Boggett, Richard
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
4to - 10 - 13
Dimensions:
7.375 x 10.5
Edition:
First
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
106
Publisher:
J. Swallow
Title:
Boggett's Sacred Music

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