Supplement to the Kentucky Harmony (Ananias Davisson)

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Title: Supplement to the Kentucky Harmony

Compiler – Editor: Ananias Davisson

Publication date and place: 1820 by Ananias Davisson in Harrisonburg, Virginia. Second Edition, 1822. Third Edition, 1825.

Description: Contains additions to the influential Kentucky Harmony, which see for references and discussion.

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Works at CPDL

Title on CPDL Year Composer Arranger Lyricist First Line Meter Vo.
Changing Seasons 1820 Ananias Davisson Anonymous When winter is over and spring is begun 11 11. 11 11 4
Crucifixion 1820 Ananias Davisson Anonymous Saw ye my Savior 55. 77. 79 4
David's Victory 1822 Robert Boyd Hannah More New your festal rites prepare 77. 77. 10 10 4
Devotion 1820 Alexander Johnson Ananias Davisson Isaac Watts Sweet is the day of sacred rest 88. 88 (L.M.) 4
Emerald Gates 1820 Ananias Davisson Richard Kempenfelt Burst ye emerald gates and bring 76. 76. 77. 77 4
Female Convict 1822 Robert Boyd O sleep not my babe, for the morn of tomorrow 4
Greensville 1825 Reubin Monday John Newton How tedious and tasteless the hours 88. 88. D (L.M.D.) 3
Imandra 1820 Ananias Davisson Caleb J. Taylor I love thee, my Savior, I love thee, my Lord 11 11. 11 11 4
Jerusalem 1820 James C. Lowry Anonymous Jerusalem, my happy home 86. 86 (C.M.) 4
Knoxville 1820 Reubin Monday Anonymous Rejoice, my friends, the Lord is King 88. 887 4
Mecklenburg 1825 James C. Lowry Anonymous Bright scenes of glory strike my sense 87. 87. D 4
Morning Star 1820 James C. Lowry Philipp Nicolai How splendid shines the morning star 887. 887. 484. 8 4
New Hope 1820 Ananias Davisson Isaac Watts Come, ye that love the Lord 66. 86 (S.M.) 4
Redemption 1820 Jeremiah Ingalls Ananias Davisson Anonymous Come friends and relations, let's join heart and hand 11 11. 11 11 4
The Rose Tree 1820 Ananias Davisson Anonymous There is a land of pleasure 78. 78. D 3
Samanthra 1822 R. D. Humphreys Joseph Swain O thou, in whose presence my soul takes delight 11 8. 11 8. D 4
Staunton 1820 Ananias Davisson Philip Doddridge Awake, our souls, and bless his name 86. 86 (C.M.) 3
Washington 1818 Reubin Monday Joseph Hart Dismiss us with thy blessing, Lord 88. 88 (L.M.) 4
The Weary Traveler 1820 James C. Lowry Anonymous Come all you weary travelers 76. 76. D 4