The Easy Instructor (1798-1831) A History and Bibliography of the First Shape Note Tune Book

  title={The Easy Instructor (1798-1831) A History and Bibliography of the First Shape Note Tune Book},
  author={Irving Lowens and Allen P. Britton},
  journal={Journal of Research in Music Education},
  pages={30 - 55}
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A Directory of the Book-Arts and Book Trade in Philadelphia to 1820 (New York, 1950), p. 76. A William Little-perhaps the same individual-was 'also active
  • 1950
Handbook to the Mennonite
  • Hymnary (Newton, Kansas,
  • 1949
Printing in the Americas (New York, 1937)
  • p. 226, and Clarence T. Brigham, History and Bibliography of American Newspapers,
  • 1947