Grace! tis a charming sound
a favorite hymn by the Revd. Doctr. Doddridge ; tune Northampton : Bethesda hymn book, page 57 : selected from the Melodia sacra adapted for the use of families /
... arranged, for voice and the organ or piano forte by David Weyman.
|Main Creator:||Doddridge, Philip, 1702-1751.|
|Published / Created:||
Dublin (39 Fishamble St) : Geo: Allen, [ca. 1820?].
May be had of Mrs. Cuthbert, 9 Blessington Street - cover.
N.B. The publisher intends to continues to print the psalms, hymns...and is removing to No. 3 Smock Alley... - cover.
As sung in Bethesda Chapel (Dorset Street,) arranged for voices, and the organ or piano forte by David Weyman (of the choir in the cathedrals.).
First line of text: Grace 'tis a charming sound, harmonious to the ear.
First line of chorus: Heav'n with the echo shall resound.
For treble, contratenor, tenor and bass with piano or organ. Includes figured bass notation.
Physical description: 1 score ( pp 306-308) ; 34cm. (4to)