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"Old Hundred":
Pilgrims, Puritans and Tunesmiths
(AMRC 0041)

Album Producer: Roger Lee Hall


01. Arrival in the New World+
02. Psalm 136 (verses 2-4)
03. Psalm 15 and First Spring (narration)+
04. Thanksgiving (narration) and Psalm 23
05. The Pilgrim Spirit (narration)+ and Psalm 100
06. Psalm 136
07. Psalm 7

08. Psalm 85
09. Psalm 23 (with lining out)
10. Psalm 100 (Bay Psalm Book, 1698)
11. 100 Psalm Tune New (Rev. John Tufts, ca. 1726)#
12. Father and I went down to camp (Yankee Doodle, 1776)
13. Chester - William Billings, 1778
14. Coronation - Oliver Holden, 1792
15. The Lord is good to all - Oliver Holden, 1792
16. Anthem for Thanksgiving - William Billings, 1794
17. New Jerusalem - Jeremiah Ingalls, 1796
18. New Bethlehem - Edward French, 1799
19. Dormant - Jacob French, 1802
20. Hymns for the New Year - Oliver Shaw, 1819

+ = Narration by James Pease from William Bradford's book, Of Plymouth Plantation, edited by Samuel Eliot Morrison

# = believed to be the earliest original New England tune

Performing groups include:
New England Conservatory Alumni Chorus
Plymouth Church Soloists and Choir
University of Maryland Chapel Choir
Old Stoughton Musical Society Chorus

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