2 edition of Juvenile lyre found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Benson collection of hymnals and hymnology|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 close score (72 p.) ;|
|Number of Pages||72|
Juvenile Lyre, or Hymns and Songs, Religious, Moral, and Cheerful: Set to Appropriate Music: for the Use of Primary and Common Schools by Lowell Mason, & E. (Elam) Ives, Call Number: MM4 J7 The lyre (Greek: λύρα, lýra) is a string instrument known for its use in Greek classical antiquity and later periods. The lyre is similar in appearance to a small harp but with distinct differences. The word comes via Latin from the Greek;  the earliest reference to the word is the Mycenaean Greek ru-ra-ta-e, meaning "lyrists" and written in the Linear B script. .
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" Mary Had a Little Lamb " is an English language nursery rhyme of nineteenth-century American origin. It has a Roud Folk Song Index number of The nursery rhyme was first published by the Boston publishing firm Marsh, Capen & Lyon, as a poem by Sarah Josepha Hale on , and was possibly inspired by an actual incident.. As Songwriter(s): Sarah Josepha Hale, John Roulstone. Glaphyrus, the lyre-players, or Ambrosius with his pipe. Let’s set up platforms stretching along the narrow streets, And decorate the doorposts and lintels with laurel boughs, So your noble child, dear Lentulus, there in his tortoiseshell Cradle, shall remind us of Euryalus, .
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Juvenile genre: new releases and popular books, including Ghost Squad by Claribel A. Ortega, On the Horizon by Lois Lowry, The Deceivers by Margaret Pete. Juvenile lyre: or, Hymns and songs, religious, moral, and cheerful set to appropriate music for the use of primary and common schools - Kindle edition by Lowell Mason, Elam Ives.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Juvenile lyre: or, Hymns and songs, religious, moral, and cheerful set. book entitled the Juvenile Lyre. Though the errand was routine, the book itself was far from routine.
Coauthored by Lowell Mason and Juvenile lyre book Ives, Jr., the Juvenile Lyre was a child's songbook "for use in the primary and common schools," but it was being published before children had much. Juvenile lyre: or, hymns and songs, religious, moral, and cheerful, set to appropriate music.
For the use of primary and common schools by Mason, Lowell, Pages: Elam Ives, Jr. (–) was a New England-based music teacher whose work with William Channing Woodbridge helped introduce the ideas of Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi into music education in the United States.
His work also influenced Lowell Mason, whose work with Woodbridge eventually led to music education being introduced into the public schools of Boston. LOWELL MASON, “Mary Lamb” [music], in Juvenile Lyre, Or, Hymns and Songs, Religious, For this reason he urged fellow Bostonian Sarah Josepha Hale to write her book of poems for children, and then, a year after it was published, to allow him to put “Mary’s Lamb” to music for Juvenile lyre book first time.
From that moment on, the poem and the. JUVENILE LYRE: OR HYMNS AND SONGS, RELIGIOUS, MORAL AND CHEERFUL SET TO APPROPRIATE MUSIC [(anon) Mason, Lowell; E. Ives, Jr. (authors of Preface)] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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This is the first appearance of "Mary Had a Little Lamb" set to music (p. 61). The Juvenile Lyre was edited by Lowell Mason and E. Ives, Jr. (musical educators and hymn-writers).
Although the music to "Mary's Lamb" is not the tune familiar to us today, Sarah Josepha Hale's poem is exceedingly : Sarah Josepha Hale. Housed in a brown cloth folding box with gilt-stamped black leather label. This is the first appearance of "Mary Had a Little Lamb" set to music (p. 61). The Juvenile Lyre was edited by Lowell Mason and E.
Ives, Jr. (musical educators and hymn-writers). Internet Archive BookReader Juvenile lyre: or, hymns and songs, religious, moral, and cheerful, set to appropriate music. For the use of primary and common schools.
This compilation is the first book of secular school-songs to be published in America. Description: 1 score (72 pages) ; 22 cm: Other Titles: Juvenile lyre. Juvenile. This compilation is the first book of secular school-songs to be published in America.
Reproduction of the original from the American Antiquarian Society. Description: 1 online resource (72 pages): music. Series Title: Nineteenth Century Collections Online: Children's Literature and Childhood. Other Titles: Juvenile lyre. Juvenile lyre. The next year,the same poem was set to music by Lowell Mason in his book, Juvenile Lyre, and entitled Mary had a little lamb.
Three years later, inshe published this poem once more in her School Song Book, where, once again, she is clearly named as the author on the title page.
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Add to Favorites. That same year Mary’s Lamb was published in the September-October issue of the Juvenile Miscellany magazine (vol. 5, no.1, page 64) with her initials attached. The next year,the same poem was set to music by Lowell Mason in his book, Juvenile Lyre, and entitled Mary had a little lamb.
Music in the Schools Elam Ives and Lowell Mason publish the Juvenile Lyre, which Mason described as the first school song book published in this country. Lowell Mason, George Webb and other Boston musicians founded the Boston Academy of.
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Only if t. Lyre, stringed musical instrument having a yoke, or two arms and a crossbar, projecting out from and level with the body. The strings run from a tailpiece on the bottom or front of the instrument to the crossbar.
Most lyres are plucked, but a few are bowed. Box lyres are instruments having a boxlike wooden body with a wooden soundboard; in some instances the arms are hollow extensions of the.
LOWELL MASON, Mus. Doc., born at Medfield, Massachusetts, Jan. 8,died at Orange, New Jersey, Aug. 11, He was self-taught, and in his own words “spent twenty years of his life in doing nothing save playing on all manner of musical instruments that came within his reach.”.Inafter Child published a controversial antislavery book, the Juvenile Miscellany lost its readership and went out of business.
Praised by other writers—including Higginson, Goodrich, and Louisa May Alcott (–88)—Child never stopped thinking about the needs of children.Lyre.
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