Psalmes of Dauid in metre by Thomas Sternhold

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Published by H. Singleton?, 1555] in [Wesel? .

Written in English

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  • Bible. -- O.T. -- Psalms -- Paraphrases, English

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Other titlesBible. O.T. Psalms. English. Sternhold & Hopkins. 1555
SeriesEarly English books, 1475-1640 -- 1771:1
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[285] p
Number of Pages285
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Open LibraryOL15188601M

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[Al such psalmes of Dauid as T. Sternehold didde in his life time draw into English metre] () [Hopkins, John] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. [Al such psalmes of Dauid as T. Sternehold didde in his life time draw into English metre] (). Thomas Sternhold published his first, short collection of nineteen Certayn Psalmes between mid and early In December ofhis posthumous Al such psalmes of Dauid as Thomas Sternehold didde in his life time draw into English Metre was printed, containing thirty-seven psalms by Sternhold and, in a separate section at the end, seven psalms by John Hopkins.

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It is entitled ‘Al such Psalmes of Dauid as Thomas Sternhold, late grome of the Kinges maiesties robes, did in his lyfetime drawe into English Metre,’ and is printed by Edward Whitchurche in (Cambridge University Library). The Psalmes of Dauid in meter the plaine song beeing the common tunne to be sung and plaide vpon the lute, orpharyon, citterne or base violl, seuerally or altogether, the singing part to be either tenor or treble to the instrument Alison, Richard, fl.

Sternhold, Thomas, d. Hopkins, John, d. Author: John Hopkins. The Bay Psalm Book is a metrical Psalter first printed in in Cambridge, was the first book printed in British North America. The Psalms in it are metrical translations into English.

The translations are not particularly polished, and not one has remained in use, although some of the tunes to which they were sung have survived (for instance, "Old th"). The Book of Common Prayer, Administration of the Sacraments, Rites and Ceremonies of the Church, According to Use of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America: Together w/ Psalter or Psalms of David.

Plus Psalms in Metre, Hymns, et. The Bay Psalm Book, as this work is commonly known, is the first book printed in British North America. The Reverend Jesse Glover imported the first printing press to the Massachusetts Bay Colony insome 18 years after the first English settlers landed at Plymouth Rock.

A London printer, Stephen Daye, came with the press and established a printing office in Cambridge. The text for this edition is based upon The Psalms of David, in Metre: Allowed by the Authority of the Kirk of Scotland, and of Several Branches of the Presbyterian Church in the United States; with Notes, Exhibiting the Connexion, Explaining the Sense, and for Directing and Animating the Devotion: by John Brown, Late Minister of the Gospel at.

Large-print Metrical Psalms in vinyl-covered hardback. The Psalms in metre designed for singing. This is the standard version approved by the Church of Scotland. [Al such psalmes of Dauid as T. Sternehold didde in his life time draw into English metre] Sternhold, Thomas, d.

Hopkins, John, d. [London]: Imprinted at London in Fletestrete ouer against the Cundit, at the signe of the Sunne, by Edwarde Whitchurche, [?] Alternate titles: Whole book of psalms. Subject terms. Al such psalmes of Dauid (44 psalms / London, ): WorldCat.

Psalmes of Dauid in metre (52 psalms / Wesel, ): WorldCat. One and Fiftie Psalmes of David in Englishe metre (51 psalms / Geneva, ): PDF.

Psalmes of Dauid in Englishe metre (62 psalms / Geneva, ): PDF. The Psalms of David in Metre. According to the Version As we mentioned in our history of the Bay Psalm Book, Millar Patrick described the work of a Dr.

W.P. Rorison, who "with incredible patience and particularity, carried out a detailed comparison of the version with ten others, in order to trace every line, so far as might be.

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The Psalms of David in Metre is a metrical translation of the Book of Psalms that was approved for public worship by the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland in the 17th century. In the 18th century, the Rev. John Brown of Haddington added devotional and expository notes to the : Ramon Fowler.

Full text of "The book of Psalmes: Englished both in prose and metre with annotations, opening the words and sentences, by conference with other Scriptures" See other formats.

[Al such psalmes of Dauid as T. Sternehold didde in his life time draw into English metre]Imprinted at London in Fletestrete ouer against the Cundit, at the signe of the Sunne, by Edwarde Whitchurche. 15 The Psalms of David in Metre () Glossary Metrical Index A Topical Table of the Psalms Index of First and Familiar Lines 5.

The Book of Psalms is one of the most extensive and useful in the holy Scripture, as it is every where suited to the case of the saints. It is, at first, much mixed with com. Author: Sternhold, Thomas, d. Title: The whole booke of Psalmes collected into Englysh metre by T. Starnhold, I.

Hopkins, & others, conferred with the Ebrue, with apt notes to synge the[m] with al ; faithfully perused and alowed according to thordre appointed in the Quenes Maiesties iniunctions ; very mete to be vsed of all sortes of people priuately for their solace &.

The psalmes of Dauid in metre: with diuerse notes and tunes augmented to them. Diligentlie corrected from manie faults escaped heeretofore: and now lastlie deuided into parts, as they are to be sung in the Kirk of Scotland.

Sternhold, Thomas, [ Book: ] View online (access conditions) At 2 libraries. The Bay Psalm Book () Scottish Psalter of Brady and Tate New Version - Isaac Watts "Psalms Imitated in the Language of the New Testament" Psalter of the United Presbyterian Church, The main Psalm Index will allow you to access our collection of Psalms in Metre for Christian Worship.

The pocket-size, vinyl-covered hardback Psalms in metre designed for singing. This is the standard version approved by the Church of Scotland. A large print edition (MP) and a medium print edition (MPM) and Bibles with Metrical Psalms in the back (PS) are also available.

Page Size: " x 3" Thickness: " Print Size: point. are dated The last page of the book was filled in and there is no other reference to Sternhold and Hopkins. The first entry is datedbut the handwriting of the early part of the register is considered to be of about the end of the 16th century, the explanation being that in the Provincial Constitution of Canterbury ordered.

This dissertation takes English metrical psalms as its objects of study, situating the emergence of modern English prosody in the context of Thomas Sternhold and John Hopkins's Psalms in English Meter (/8). It contends that the practice of setting words to pre-existing music that proliferated throughout the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries was central to forming the Author: Lucia Martinez.

The Psalmes of Dauid in meter the plaine song beeing the common tunne to be sung and plaide vpon the lute, orpharyon, citterne or base violl. by practitioner in the art of musicke.

'The vvhole book of Psalmes: collected into English metre, by Thomas Sternhold, John Hopkins, and others, conferred with the Hebrew, with apt notes to.

Title: The Whole book of Psalms: collected into English metre, by Thomas Sternhold, John Hopkins, and others. ; Set forth and allowed to be sung in all churches, of all the people together, before and after morning and evening prayer; and also before and after sermons; and moreover in private houses for godly solace and comfort: laying apart all ungodly songs and ballads; which.

InThe Whole Booke of Psalmes Faithfully Translated into English Metre was published in Cambridge; it was the first book published in the American Colonies.

The Bay Psalm Book, as it has come to be known, consists of a substantial introduction summarizing the creators’ philosophy and intentions, followed by translations of the Psalms. Praise God for the promises of the Righteous. God s eyes are upon his Children.

He also sees the Wicket and a day of reckoning will be in store for him her. To have a portion of your Cup is the reaping deserved for wickedness. I want to be humble and righteous before God. I want to live a life pleasing to God so when I need help I will get an. "One and fiftie Psalmes of Dauid in Englishe metre, whereof.

were made by Thomas Sterneholde: a[n]d the rest by others" and "The catechisme or manner to teache children the Christian religion", a translation of "Catéchisme de l'Église de Genève" by John Calvin, each have separate dated title page, register, and pagination.

During the Reformation, the Book of Psalms became one of the most well-known books of the Bible. This was particularly true in Britain, where people of all ages, social classes and educational abilities memorized and sang poetic versifications of the psalms.

Those written by Thomas Sternhold and John Hopkins became the most popular, and the simple tunes. THE psalms of david IN METRE. The Scottish Psalter. Psalm 1. Psalm 2. Psalm 3. P salm 4. Psalm 5. Psalm 6. Psalm 7. Psalm 8. Psalm 9. Psalm Psalm Psalm Psalm Psalm Psalm Psalm the /psalmes of david /translated into/divers and sundry kindes of verse,/more rare and excellent/for the/method and varietie/than ever yet hath been done in english./begun by/the noble and learned gent./sir philip sidney, knt./and finished by/the right honorable/the countess of pembroke,/his sister./now first printed from/a copy of the.

The text is based on the edition by Alexander Grosart, who used the Woodford Ms. in the Bodleian Library, collating with the Trinity College Ms. and the Davies Ms., and published in The Complete Poems of Sir Philip Sidney, Chatto and Windus (Picadilly, ). It was transcribed, along with Grosart's "Note," by Risa S.

Bear in January This represents a departure. Alison, Richard, The Psalmes of Dauid in meter the plaine song beeing the common tunne to be sung and plaide vpon the lute, orpharyon, citterne or base violl (), STC2: Allen, Robert, A treasurie of catechisme, or Christian instruction (), STC2: Author: Jonathan Willis.

John Halle, oder John Hall of Maidstone (* um ; † um ), war ein englischer Chirurg, Dichter und Autor medizinischer Abhandlungen. Werke Bearbeiten Certayne Chapters taken out of the Proverbes of Solomon, with other Chapters of the Holy Scripture, and certayne Psalmes of David, translated into English Metre, London (Thomas Raynalde), “All people that on earth do dwell,” a metrical paraphrase of Psalmwas contributed to the effort by William Kethe (d ), one of the Anglo-Genevan reformers, and first published in five stanzas in Foure score and seuen Psalmes of Dauid in Englishe mitre (Geneva, /1), which was appended to The forme of prayers and ministration of.

Whole book of psalms. By d. Thomas Sternhold and d. John Hopkins. Abstract [84+] p.T.p. lacking; title suggested by STC (2nd ed.).Running title: Psalmes of Dauid in t from of publication suggested by STC (2nd ed.).Signatures: A-G H⁴.Imperfect: lacks signature C₂ and all before signature C₁.

Other major psalters in use, including the Crowley Psalter (The Psalter of Dauid), the Ainsworth Psalter (The Book of Psalmes, Englished Both in Prose and Metre), the Ravenscroft Psalter (The Whole Booke of Psalmes), and the Sternhold and Hopkins Psalter (The Whole Booke of Psalmes, Collected into English Meter), were split.

The first complete English metrical psalter and the first to include musical notation was The Psalter of Dauid newely translated into Englysh metre in such sort that it maye the more decently, and wyth more delyte of the mynde, be reade and songe of al men. John Day's The Whole Book of Psalmes () contained sixty-five psalm tunes.).

The Book of Psalmes: Englished both in Prose and Metre. With Annotations, The Book of Psalms in Metre. Close and Proper to the Hebrew: The Psalter of Dauid newely translated into English metre in such sort that it may the more decently.

It is entitled ‘Al such Psalmes of Dauid as Thomas Sternhold, late grome of the Kinges maiesties robes, did in his lyfetime drawe into English Metre,’ and is printed by Edward Whitchurche in (Cambridge University Library).The Book of Psalms: rendered in metre and set to music / (Philadelphia, Pa.: The Board of Trustees of the Synod of the Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America, ), by Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America, Hugh Archibald Clarke, and S.

A. Sterrett Metheny (page images at HathiTrust).Not as a great warrior or mighty king did David win the everlasting love of our people, and indeed of all peoples on earth, but as the author of the Book of Psalms (Tehillim), the sweetest poetry of Israel.

King David was a link in the continued transmission of the Torah, being the spiritual successor to the prophet surrounded himself with a group of prophets and .

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