The whole booke of psalmes collected into Englishe meter by Thomas Sternh. Iohn Hopkins and others ; conferred with the Hebrue, with apt notes to sing them withall. Set forth & allowed to be song in all churches, of all the people together before and after morning and euening prayer: as also before and after sermons, & moreouer in priuate houses, for their godly solace and co[m]fort, laying apart all vngodly songs and ballades, which tend onely to the nourishing of vice, and corrupting of youth.

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Author

Thomas Sternhold
John Hopkins

Title

The whole booke of psalmes collected into Englishe meter by Thomas Sternh. Iohn Hopkins and others ; conferred with the Hebrue, with apt notes to sing them withall. Set forth & allowed to be song in all churches, of all the people together before and after morning and euening prayer: as also before and after sermons, & moreouer in priuate houses, for their godly solace and co[m]fort, laying apart all vngodly songs and ballades, which tend onely to the nourishing of vice, and corrupting of youth.

Date

1583

Place

London

Publisher

Iohn Day

Note

IMPRINT:
Imprinted at London : by Iohn Day ..., 1583.

FORMAT:
[9], 89, [5] pages : music ; 29 cm. (folio)

Signatures: A-H⁶ I⁴ [I3 signed 'I5'].

CONTENT:
Pages 19, 24, 46, 55, 68, 76 and 83 wrongly numbered 61, 42, 48, 56, 64, 65 and 73; number 35 repeated in paging; pages 86-88 without numbers.

Printed in two columns.

Title within ornamental border.

CONDITION:
Copy imperfect: Pages 61-62 torn with some loss of text; Lacks all after page 62.

REFERENCES:
STC (2nd ed.) 2462.

Library Catalog

Num Pages

103

Call Number

with BS170 1582a

Collection

Citation

Thomas Sternhold and John Hopkins, “The whole booke of psalmes collected into Englishe meter by Thomas Sternh. Iohn Hopkins and others ; conferred with the Hebrue, with apt notes to sing them withall. Set forth & allowed to be song in all churches, of all the people together before and after morning and euening prayer: as also before and after sermons, & moreouer in priuate houses, for their godly solace and co[m]fort, laying apart all vngodly songs and ballades, which tend onely to the nourishing of vice, and corrupting of youth.,” Centre for Renaissance and Reformation Studies (CRRS) Rare Book Collection, accessed December 6, 2022, https://crrs.library.utoronto.ca/items/show/10106.

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