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ISNI: 
0000 0000 8103 7841
Name: 
Billings, W.
Billings, William,
Dates: 
1746-1800
Creation class: 
cre
Language material
Musical sound recording
Notated music
Creation role: 
author
performer
Related names: 
Bella voce
Daniel, Oliver
Harmonia mundi France
Harmonia Mundi USA
Hillier, Paul (1949-)
Nathan, Hans
Norman, John (1748?-1817)
Pierpont, Benjamin (1760-1785)
Saint-Saëns, Camille (1835-1921)
Schuman, William (1910-1992)
Swingle singers
Voor koor (SATB)
Watts, Isaac (1674-1748)
William Appling Singers & Orchestra
Titles: 
Africa (3 min 08 s)
am the rose of sharon (4 min 01 s), I
angel's carol, The : SATBB a cappella
Angels a miracle play for singers, actors and instruments ; Modern music
As the hart panteth (9 min 08 s)
Be glad then America
Brookfield (3 min 03 s)
Chester. -
Choral music.
Continental harmony, containing a number of anthems, fuges, and chorusses in feveral parts, The
continental harmony containing a number of anthems, fuges, and chorusses, in several parts., The : Never before published.
Creation (1 min 45 s)
Crucifixion
David's lamentation (1 min 45 s)
Ding dong merrily on high
Early American choral music
Emmaus (1 min 45 s)
Euroclydon (3 min 50 s)
Great-plain
Hear my pray'r (2 min 08 s)
Hodie Christus natus est
Hosanna to the son of David
Is any afflicted (1 min 44 s)
Jordan (2 min 49 s)
Key to practical music
Land of pure delight anthems and fuging tunes, A
Lewis-town
Lord is ris'n indeed., The
Modern music. -
Music in miniature : containing a collection of psalm tunes of various metres
Music of William Billings
New-England psalm-singer, or, American chorister, The : containing a number of psalm-tunes, anthems, and canons : in four and five parts : (never before published)
New-England psalm-singer, The : 1770
New England triptych. - (1957)
New England triptych : three pieces for orchestra after William Billings
[New England triptych When Jesus wept
Norfolk
O God, thou hast been displeased
O praise the Lord of Heaven (4 min 22 s)
O thou to whom all creatures bow
Orchestra music.
psalm-singer's amusement. Containing a number of fuging pieces and anthems, The
Repository of sacred music. Part second. (2d edition). Original and selected from the most eminent and approved authors in that science, for the use of Christian churches, singing-schools and private societies. Together with a plain and concise introduction to the grounds of music and rules for learners. By John Wyeth. [Cantiques à 2, 3 et 4 voix], Wyeth's.
Retrospect.
River.
Rochester
Rutland (2 min 18 s)
Samuel the priest
Shiloh (3 min 08 s)
Sing praises to the Lord, o ye Saints of his
singing master's assistant, or Key to practical music. Being an abridgement from the New-England psalm-singer, The ; together with several other tunes, never before published.
singing master's assistant, or Key to practical musick Being an abridgement from The New-England psalm-singer; together with several other tunes, never before published. Composed by William Billings, author of The New-England psalm-singer. [Six lines of quotations]., The
singing master's assistant; or, Key to practical musick, The : being an abridgment from the New-England psalm-singer : together with several other tunes never before published
singing masters assistant, music in miniature, the
St-Andrew's
St. Enoch
St. John's
St-Thomas
Stephen Forster medley
Suffolk harmony consisting of psalm tunes, fuges and anthems., The
Suite from the river
Swingle singers. Philips 982 632-5, 542552-2, 542553-2, 548303-2, 546746-2, 548538-2, 586736-2, 586735-2, 981160-2, 981160-1, 982620-1, 982626-2
Three fuguing tunes for four part mixed chorus ... c1940.
Trav'ling home American spirituals 1770-1870
Trav'ling home. Erato 0630127112
[Tunebook].
Two canons
Two Easter anthems : SATB a cappella
Vokālā mūzika.
Washington-Street ;
West-Sudbury [sic pour Sudbury]
When I with pleasing wonder stand
When Jesus wept : this fugueing tune may be sung by any combination of 2, 3, or 4-part mixed, male, or treble voices
When the Lord turn'd again
will love thee, a Lord my strength, I
Works.
Contributed to or performed: 
Early American Choral Music, Volume 1 (His Majestie's Clerkes, feat. conductor: Paul Hillier)
Notes: 
Voor koor (SATB)
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