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The collected works of Eliakim Doolittle and Timothy Olmsted

by Maxine Fawcett-Yeske, Eliakim Doolittle

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0815324111, Library Binding)

This volume brings together 79 sacred tunes by two Connecticut composers: Eliakim Doolittle, who wrote psalm and fuging tunes in an unpretentious, familiar idiom, and Timothy Olmsted, who wrote psalm tunes in a more sophisticated, florid musical style. This final edition in the Music of the New American Nation series includes a comprehensive index of tune names and first lines for all fifteen volumes.

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