free-rhythm Psalter the words pointed and accented ... with special regard to the true rhythm and the true antiphony of both words and music, together with the traditional plainsong of the prayer book ... , the music throughout in both the staff and letter notation ... by Church of England

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Published by H. Frowde in London .

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Texts and single-voiced chant.

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Statementedited by Francis Pott ; and in respect of the music [edited] by Arthur Henry Brown.
ContributionsPott, Francis, 1832-1909.
The Physical Object
Pagination424 p. :
Number of Pages424
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Open LibraryOL18016382M

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A psalter is a song book for liturgical or devotional use. Its content is primarily a rhymed paraphrase of Bible songs in western style.

The Book of Psalms File Size: KB. His translations from the Latin and Syriac, and his original hymns, have been very popular. He edited The Free-Rhytm Psalter (Oxford University Press). His Ascension hymn, "Lift up our heads, eternal gates." is well known.

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His translations from the Latin and Syriac, and his original hymns, have been very popular. He edited The Free-Rhythm Psalter (Oxford University Press). His Ascension hymn, Lift up your heads, eternal gates is well known.

Hymn   Forced to retire from the ministry in because of deafness, he became active in research and writing, editing The Free Rhythm Psalter in He died on Oct. 26,at Speldhurst in Kent, England.

Note also that the Free rhythm Psalter (#3 above) is written in response to Heywood's instruction in this book. The organist edition explains the method of maintaining the chanting note for as far into the phrase as possible and using a slur to avoid the thump at the end.

The Strife Is O'er, the Battle Done. During his retirement he devoted himself to improvements in worship and singing, and he edited The Free Rhythm Psalter ().

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The present St Paul’s usage remains as in The Book of Common Prayer; though mornings and evenings are alternated each month so that the whole Psalter is sung at Evensong over a two-month period. The St Paul’s Psalter makes no apology for the continued use of the Prayer Book version of the Psalms, itself almost identical with that of the.

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Pott wrote several original hymns, but is better known as a hymn translator. Sometimes his work is incorrectly attributed to “Alfred” Pott. Pott served on the committee which compiled Hymns Ancient and Modern, and edited Hymns Fitted to the Order of Common Prayer () and The Free Rhythm Psalter ().

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He died at Speldhurst, Psalter generally, the accent by no means falls on the final syllable of either mediation or ending as it does in the English words of Figure 2. John Heywood in his Art of Chanting () states that a complete tabulation of the verse-endings of the Prayer-book Version of the English Psalter-made by him on the simple basis.

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