Thomas Shoel

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Life

Born: 1759

Died: 1823

Biography

Thomas Shoel was a weaver of Montacute, Somerset, a poet, and the composer of seven books of psalmody: William Lisle Bowles was a patron of his musical work. The subscribers to Shoel's second musical collection Twenty-Four Psalm Tunes include the composer William Gifford, of nearby South Petherton.

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List of choral works



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Publications

  • Thirty Psalm Tunes, [c1794?]; enlarged second edition [1802-5]
  • Twenty-Four Psalm Tunes, [1800]
  • Third Book Psalm Tunes Hymns & Anthems, 1802
  • Thirty New Tunes, [c1806]
  • The Chearful Psalmodist, (1809)
  • Shoel's Sixth Book, [1813]
  • Twenty Psalm or Hymn Tunes [c1814]

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