Kentuck[y] harmony, or, A choice collection of Psalm tunes, hymns and anthems; in three parts taken from the most eminent authors, and well adapted to Christian churches, singing schools or private societies.
- Davisson, Ananias, 1780-1857.
- Fifth edition. 1 score (158,  p.); 13 x 22 cm. In three- and four-part harmony, four-shape notation in open score. Pages -15 contain preface, "Rudiments of music," and "General observations." Includes index. Contents: Part I, containing all the plain and easy tunes commonly used in time of divine worship; Part II, containing the more lengthy and elegant pieces commonly used in concerts or singing societies; Part III, together with a few pieces never before published.
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- Harrissonburg [i.e. Harrisonburg], Va. : Printed and sold by the author, and sold by L. Tremper, Staunton [and 9 others]
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