I. BOOKS AND ARTICLES
Anderson, Gillian B. “The Funeral of Samuel Cooper,” The New England Quarterly, l (December 1977), p. 644–59.
______. “‘Samuel the Priest Gave Up the Ghost’ and The Temple of Minerva: Two Broadsides,” Notes, xxxi (March 1975), p. 493–516.
Barbour, J. Murray. The Church Music of William Billings. East Lansing: Michigan State University Press, 1960.
Bentley, William. The Diary of William Bentley, D.D., Pastor of the East Church, Salem, Massachusetts, 4 vols. Salem, Mass.: Essex Institute; repr., Gloucester: Peter Smith, 1962.
Billings, William. The Complete Works of William Billings: i. ed. by Karl Kroeger; ii. ed. by Hans Nathan. The American Musicological Society and the Colonial Society of Massachusetts, 1977–1981.
Britton, Allen P., and Irving Lowens. “Daniel Bayley’s ‘The American Harmony’: a Bibliographic Study,” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, lix (1955), p. 340–54.
Crawford, Richard. American Studies and American Musicology. Brooklyn: Institute for Studies in American Music, 1975.
______. Andrew Law, American Psalmodist. Evanston: Northwestern University Press, 1968.
______. The Core Repertory of Early American Psalmody. Madison: A–R Editions, 1984.
______. “Set-Piece,” The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, 20 vols., ed. by Stanley Sadie. London: Macmillan, 1980, xvii, p. 200.
______, and David P. McKay. “Music in Manuscript: a Massachusetts Tune-Book of 1782,” Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, lxxxiv (April 1974), p. 43–64.
Daniel, Ralph T. The Anthem in New England Before 1800. Evanston: Northwestern University Press, 1966.
Dictionary of American Biography, 20 vols. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1928–36.
Dictionary of National Biography, 21 vols. London: Oxford University Press, 1917–
Frost, Maurice. Historical Companion to Hymns Ancient & Modem. London: William Clownes, 1962.
Gould, Nathaniel D. Church Music in America. Boston: A. N. Johnson, 1853; repr., New York: AMS Press, 1972.
Hedge, Lemuel. The Duty and Manner of Singing in Christian Churches. Boston: Richard Draper, 1772.
Kemp, Robert. A History of the Old Folks Concerts. Boston: published by the Author, 1868; repr., with a new introduction by Richard Crawford. New York: Da Capo Press, 1984.
Kroeger, Karl. “Communication,” Journal of the American Musicological Society, xxxi (Spring 1978), p. 176–77.
______. “Isaiah Thomas as a Music Publisher,” Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, lxxxvi (October 1976), p. 321–41.
______. “Slur and Tie in Anglo-American Psalmody,” The American Choral Review, xxviii, no. 2 (April 1986), p. 17–29.
______. “William Billings’s Anthem for Easter,” unpublished paper presented at a meeting of the Southeastern Chapter, American Musicological Society, 1975.
______. “William Billings’s Music in Manuscript Copy and Some Notes on Variant Versions of his Pieces,” Notes, xxxix (December 1982), p. 316–45.
______. The Worcester Collection of Sacred Harmony and Sacred Music in America, 1786–1803. Ph.D. dissertation, Brown University, 1976.
Lowens, Irving. Music and Musicians in Early America. New York: W. W. Norton, 1964.
McKay, David P., and Richard Crawford. William Billings of Boston. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1975.
Marrocco, W. Thomas. “The Set Piece,” Journal of the American Musicological Society, xv (Fall 1962), p. 342–52.
Nathan, Hans. William Billings: Data and Documents. Detroit: Information Coordinators, 1976.
Nitz, Donald A. Community Musical Societies in Massachusetts to 1840. D.M.A. dissertation, Boston University, 1964.
Oldham, Guy. “Pitchpipe,” The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, 20 vols., ed. by Stanley Sadie. London: Macmillan, 1980, xiv, p. 789.
Playford, John. An Introduction to the Skill of Musick. 12th ed. London: E. Jones for Henry Playford, 1694; repr., New York: Da Capo Press, 1972.
Pope, Alexander. The Works of Alexander Pope, 9 vols. London: P. Knapton, 1751.
Shipton, Clifford K., and James E. Mooney. National Index of American Imprints Through 1800, 2 vols. [Worcester]: American Antiquarian Society, 1969.
Sonneck, O. G. A Bibliography of Early American Secular Music, rev. and enl. by William Treat Upton. Washington: Library of Congress, 1945; repr. with a preface by Irving Lowens. New York: Da Capo Press, 1964.
______. Early Concert-Life in America. Leipzig: Breitkopf and Härtel, 1907.
Steinberg, Judith Tick. “Old Folks Concerts and the Revival of New England Psalmody,” The Musical Quarterly, lix (October 1973), p. 602–19.
Stiles, Ezra. The Literary Diary of Ezra Stiles, 3 vols., ed. by Franklin Bowditch Dexter. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1901.
Tans’ur, William. The Elements of Musick Displayed. London: Stanley Crowder, 1772.
______. A New Musical Grammar. [London?]: the Author, 1746.
Temperley, Nicholas. The Music of the English Parish Church, 2 vols. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1979.
______, and Charles G. Manns. Fuging Tunes in the Eighteenth Century. Detroit: Information Coordinators, 1983.
Wolfe, Richard J. Early American Music Engraving and Printing. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1980.
II. TUNEBOOKS, HYMNALS, PSALTERS, AND DEVOTIONAL BOOKS
Arnold, John. The Compleat Psalmodist. 2d ed. London: R. Brown, for the author, 1749; 4th ed. London: Robert Brown, 1756; 5th ed. London: Robert Brown, 1761.
Bayley, Daniel. The American Harmony, see Tans’ur, William. The Royal Melody Compleat.
______. The Essex Harmony. Newburyport: the Author, 1771.
______. The New Universal Harmony. Newburyport: the Author, 1773.
______. A New Compleat Introduction to the Grounds and Rules of Musick. Newburyport: printed for and sold by Bulkeley Emerson, 1764.
______. ______. Boston: Thomas Johnston, 1766.
______. The Psalm-Singer’s Assistant. Newburyport: the Author, ca. 1765.
Billings, William. The Continental Harmony. Boston: Isaiah Thomas and Ebenezer T. Andrews, 1794; repr., ed. by Hans Nathan. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1961.
______. The Psalm-Singer’s Amusement. Boston: the Author, 1781; repr. with a new introduction by H. Wiley Hitchcock. New York: Da Capo Press, 1974.
______. ______. [n.p., ca. 1804].
______. Peace, an Anthem, ed. by Gillian Anderson. Washington: C. T. Wagner, 1974.
______. The Suffolk Harmony. Boston: John Norman, 1786.
The Boston Collection. Boston: William Norman, ca. 1799.
Brady, Nicholas, and Nahum Tate. A New Version of the Psalms of David. London: J. Roberts, 1749.
Brownson, Oliver. Select Harmony. [Connecticut, n.p.], 1783.
Flagg, Josiah. A Collection of the Best Psalm Tunes. Boston: Paul Revere and Josiah Flagg, 1764.
______. Sixteen Anthems. Boston: Josiah Flagg, .
French, Jacob. Harmony of Harmony. Northampton: Andrew Wright, for the compiler, 1802.
______. The Psalmodist’s Companion. Worcester: Leonard Worcester, for Isaiah Thomas, 1793.
Hartwell, Edward. The Chorister’s Companion. Exeter: C. Norris & Co., 1815.
[Holden, Oliver.] The Modern Collection. Boston: Isaiah Thomas and Ebenezer T. Andrews, 1800.
______. The Union Harmony, 2 vols. Boston: Isaiah Thomas and Ebenezer T. Andrews, 1793; vol. 1, 2d ed., 1796.
The Holy Bible, Containing the Old and New Testaments. Boston: Isaiah Thomas & Ebenezer T. Andrews, 1814.
Huntington, Jonathan. The Apollo Harmony. Northampton: Horace Graves, 1807.
Ingalls, Jeremiah. The Christian Harmony. Exeter: Henry Ranlet, for the compiler, 1805; repr. with a new introduction by David Klocko. New York: Da Capo Press, 1981.
Jenks, Stephen. The Delights of Harmony. Dedham: H. Mann, for the compiler, 1805.
Knapp, William. New Church Melody. London: for R. Baldwin, 1751.
Law, Andrew. A Collection of Hymns for Social Worship. [Connecticut, 1783].
______. The Rudiments of Music. 4th ed. Cheshire, Connecticut: William Law, 1793.
Lewis, Freeman. The Beauties of Harmony. Pittsburgh: Cramer, Spear, & Eichbaum, and Freeman Lewis, 1814.
Lyon, James. Urania. Philadelphia: Hen. Dawkins, 1761; repr. with a new introduction by Richard Crawford. New York: Da Capo Press, 1974.
Lyra Davidica. London: J. Walsh, 1708.
[Madan, Martin]. A Collection of Psalm and Hymn Tunes . . . to be Had at the Lock Hospital near Hyde Park Corner. [London: n.p., 1769].
Mann, Elias. The Northampton Collection. [2d ed.] Northampton: Andrew Wright, for Daniel Wright, 1802.
Mason, Lowell, and George James Webb. The National Psalmist. Boston: Tappan, Whittemore, and Mason, 1848.
Peck, John. A Description of the Last Judgment. 2d ed. Boston: E. Russell, 1773.
Pilsbury, Amos. The United States’ Sacred Harmony. Boston: Isaiah Thomas and Ebenezer T. Andrews, 1799.
Protestant Epsicopal Church in the United States. The Book of Common Prayer. New York: Evert Duyckinck, 1809.
Relly, James, and John Relly. Christian Hymns, Poems, and Spiritual Songs. London: M. Lewis, 1758; repr., Burlington, [New Jersey]: Isaac Collins, 1776.
Sacred Harmony, or A Collection of Psalm Tunes, Ancient and Modern. Boston: C. Cambridge, [1786–88].
St. John, Stephen. The American Harmonist. Harrisburg: William Greer, 1821.
Shumway, Nehemiah. The American Harmony. Philadelphia: John M’Culloch, 1793.
Sternhold, Thomas, John Hopkins, and others. The Booke of Psalmes with Hymnes Evangelical, and Spiritual Songs. London: Company of Stationers, 1621.
Stickney, John. The Gentleman and Lady’s Musical Companion. Newburyport: Daniel Bayley, 1774.
The Stoughton Musical Society’s Centennial Collection. Boston: Ditson & Co., 1878.
A Supplement to the New Version of Psalms. 8th ed. Savoy: E. and R. Nutt, 1724.
Swan, Timothy. The New England Harmony. Northampton: Andrew Wright, 1801.
Tans’ur, William. A Compleat Melody. 3d ed. London: Alice Pearson, for James Hodges, 1736.
______. The Royal Melody Compleat. London: R. Brown, for James Hodges, 1755; 3d ed. Boston: W. M’Alpine, 1767; repr. as The American Harmony, vol. 1. Newburyport: Daniel Bayley, 1769–1773.
The Village Harmony. Exeter: Henry Ranlet, 1795; 4th ed., 1798; 5th ed., 1800; 6th ed., 1803.
Watts, Isaac. Divine and Moral Songs Attempted in Easy Language for the Use of Children. Utica: Seward and Williams, 1810.
______. Horae Lyricae, Poems Chiefly of the Lyric Kind. 10th ed. New York: Hugh Gaine, 1762.
______. Hymns and Spiritual Songs in Three Books. London: J. F. and C. Rivington, 1788.
______. The Psalms of David Imitated in the Language of the New Testament. London: J. F. and C. Rivington, 1788.
______. ______. Hartford: Nathaniel Patten, 1784.
Walter, Thomas. The Grounds and Rules of Musick Explained. Boston: for Samuel Gerrish, 1746.
______. ______. Boston: Thomas Johnston, 1764.
Wesley, Charles. Hymns and Sacred Poems. Bristol: Felix Farley, 1749.
Whitefield, George. Hymns for Social Worship. London: William Stahan, 1753.
Williams, Aaron. The New Universal Psalmodist. London: for the Author, 1770.
The Worcester Collection of Sacred Harmony. Worcester: Isaiah Thomas, 1786; 2d ed., 1788; 3d ed. Boston: Isaiah Thomas and Ebenezer T. Andrews, 1791; 4th ed., 1792; 5th ed., 1794; 6th ed., 1797; 7th ed., 1800; 8th ed., 1803.
C[ouch], W. The Northwestern Harmony, 2 vols. A manuscript tunebook in the Special Collections Library of Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island.
Cowling, Aaron. The American Harmony (1798). A manuscript tunebook in the possession of the American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, Massachusetts (formerly owned by Irving Lowens, Baltimore, Maryland).
A manuscript supplement to Thomas Walter. The Grounds and Rules of Musick Explained. Boston: for Samuel Gerrish, 1746, at the Watkinson Library of Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut.
A manuscript supplement to William Billings. The New-England Psalm-Singer. Boston: Edes and Gill, , at the William L. Clements Library, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
A manuscript supplement to Williams Billings. The Singing Master’s Assistant. Boston: Draper and Folsom, 1778, at the William L. Clements Library, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
A manuscript supplement to William Tans’ur. The American Harmony, [Newburyport: Daniel Bayley, 1773], at the Americana Collection, Music Division, New York Public Library.
Musical additions to a manuscript orderly book written by Eleazer Everett at Francestown, New Hampshire, at the William L. Clements Library, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
A separate music manuscript entitled “Ms music by Shepard Fish, 1730” at the Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston.
A separate music manuscript entitled “Sukey Heath’s 1st July 1782 Collection from Sundry Authors” in the possession of Mrs. Dorothy Waterhouse, Boston, Massachusetts.