William Billings (1746-1800)

Country : États-Unis
Gender : masculin
Birth : Boston, Mass., 06-10-1746
Death : Boston, Mass., 26-09-1800
Note :
Compositeur. - Éditeur de musique imprimée
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0000 8103 7841

Activities of William Billings (1746-1800) (132)

Compositeur (130)

Trav'ling home
Christmas carols
American look
Our American journey
Early American choral music Volume 2
Early American music Volume 1
A Land of pure delight
A Land of pure delight
Carols for brass
The Singing master's assistant
American look
When Jesus wept
Wyeth's. Repository of sacred music. Part second. (2d edition). Original and selected from the most eminent and approved authors in that science, for the use of Christian churches, singing-schools and private societies. Together with a plain and concise introduction to the grounds of music and rules for learners. By John Wyeth. [Cantiques à 2, 3 et 4 voix]
The Continental harmony, containing a number of anthems, Fuges and chorusses, in several parts, never before published, composed by William Billings,... [A 4 v.]. [Reproduction anastatique] edited by Hans Nathan
Chester. - [20]
Chesterfield. - William Billings, comp. . - [11]
Clarimont. - [39]
Cobham. - [47]
Cohasset. - [12]
Come see the wonders of our God. - [13]
Creation. - [14]
Creation. - [14]
Cross-street. - [9]
David's lamentation. - [12]
David's lamentation. - [12]
David's lamentation. - [25]
Dedham. - [27]
East Sudbury. - [37]
Emanuel. - William Billings, comp.. - [6]
Emmaus. - [3]
Emmaus. - [3]
Euroclydon. - [9]
Euroclydon. - [9]
Gilead. - [24]
God is the king. - William Billings, comp.. - [8]
Great-plain. - [3]
Hail, sacred music. - [6]
Hark ! hark ! hear you not. - [30]
Hear, hear, a heav'ns and give ear. - [2]
Hear my pray'r. - [10]
Hear my pray'r. - [10]
The heavens declare the glory of God. - [44]
Hopkington. - [35]
I am come into my garden. - [22]
I am the rose of Sharon. - William Billings, comp. . - [6]
I am the rose of sharon. - [8]
I am the rose of sharon. - [8]
I charge you. - [40]
I heard a great voice from heav'n. - [8]
I love thee, o Lord my strength. - [10]
I love the Lord because He hath heard. - [9]
Invocation. - William Billings, comp. . - [2]
Is any afflicted. - [2]
Is any afflicted. - [2]
I will love thee, a Lord my strength. - [33]
Jordan. - [7]
Jordan. - [7]
Judea. - William Billings, comp.. - [16]
Let all the heathen writers join. - [14]
Let tyrants shake their iron rod. - William Billings, comp. . - [13]
Lewis-town. - [49]
The Lord is ris'n indeed. - [16]
The Lord is ris'n indeed. - [16]
Majestic God, our muse inspire. - [10]
Methinks I see an heavy'nly host. - [1]
Mourn, mourn. - [21]
Mourn, mourn, mourn, mourn. - [36]
My friends, I am going a long journey. - [42]
New Plymouth. - [43]
Norfolk. - [6]
O God, my heart is fixed. - [45]
O God, thou hast been displeased. - [34]
Once more, my soul, the rising day. - [18]
O praise God, praise him in his holiness. - [28]
O praise the Lord of Heaven. - [1]
O praise the Lord of Heaven. - [1]
O praise the Lord of Heaven. - [1]
O thou to whom all creatures bow. - [29]
Richmond. - William Billings, comp. . - [5]
Rochester. - [23]
Rocky-nook. - [4]
Rutland. - [11]
Rutland. - [11]
Samuel the priest. - [5]
Samuel the priest. - [5]
Sanctify a fast, call asolemn assembly. - [48]
The Shepherd's carol. - [5]
Shiloh. - William Billings, comp.. - [2]
Shiloh. - [6]
Shiloh. - [6]
Sing praises to the Lord, o ye Saints of his. - [20]
South-Boston. - [25]
St-Andrew's. - [46]
St. Enoch. - [17]
St. John's. - [8]
St-Thomas. - [31]
Tes larmes, maître. - [21]
As the hart panteth after the water brooks. - [8]
The Lord is ris'n indeed. - [18]
Thomas-Town. - William Billings, comp. . - [9]
Thomas-Town. - [16]
Thomas-town. - [20]
Thomas-town. - [20]
A virgin unspotted. - [9]
A virgin unspotted. - William Billings, comp. . - [19]
Wake ev'ry breath and ev'ry string. - [1]
Warren. - William Billings, comp. . - [27]
Washington-street. - [15]
We have heard with our ears. - [26]
West-Sudbury. - [5]
West-Sudbury [sic pour Sudbury]. - [19]
Weymouth. - [21]
When I with pleasing wonder stand. - [7]
When Jesus wept. - [12]
When the Lord turn'd again. - [41]
Adams. - [38]
Who is this that cometh from Edom ?. - William Billings, comp. . - [12]
Africa. - [4]
Africa. - [4]
America. - William Billings, comp.. - [7]
As the hart panteth. - [13]
As the hart panteth. - [13]
Bellingham. - [11]
Bethlehem. - William Billings, comp.. - [17]
Bethlehem C. M.. - William Billings, comp.. - [10]
Boston for Christmas. - William Billings, comp.. - [12]
Broad cove. - [32]
Brookfield. - [15]
Brookfield. - [15]
Chester. - William Billings, comp. . - [10]

Éditeur scientifique (1)

The Singing master's assistant

Auteur ou responsable intellectuel (1)

William Schuman. New England triptych. Three pieces for orchestra, after William Billings...

Documents about William Billings (1746-1800) (6)

Livres (6)

Singing sedition
William Billings
American studies and American musicology
William Billings of Boston
The Church music of William Billings. J. Murray Barbour
The Ecstatic and the didactic : a pattern in American music

See also (8)