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THE EARLY GERMAN HYMN BOOKS OF THE REFORMED CHURCH IN THE UNITED STATES
Notes and References
This item contains 9 references.
1Journal of the Presbyterian Historical Society, Vol. II, p. 101.
2Minutes of the Coetus of Pennsylvania, p. 13.
4This reference contains 2 citations:
- His Hymns of the Covenant were published in 1679.
- Good's History of Reformed Church of Germany, pp. 344-362.
5Oswald Seidensticker, The First Century of German Printing in America, Philadelphia, 1893, pp. 61, 84.
9This reference contains 3 citations:
- "Choral Harmony containing Church Melodies." A second edition, which I consulted in the library of the Bev. L. F. Benson, D. D., was printed in 1822, at Harrisburg, by John Wyeth, pp. 132.
- A second attempt to supply the lack of proper melodies was made by Henry C. Eyer in 1833.
- "Union Choral Harmony containing Church Melodies," printed by Francis Wyeth, Harrisburg, 1833, pp. 144.
10Michael Billmeyer in 1798. It is entitled, Kirchen-Formidarien der Evangelisch-Keformirten Gemeinen,
11Dr. Good in his History of the Reformed Church of Germany, pp. 560-585.
12Dr.Schaff declares in the preface to his German Hymn Book (p. xvii, note)
13Mentz and Rovoudt, in Philadelphia, in 1847.