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This archive has been compiled from the vast collection of
the American Music Recordings Archive (AMRA).

The examples below are for streaming only
from the time of the Pilgrims in the 17th century
to performances by America's oldest choral society in the 20th century.

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for more information about choral music in New England.

 

 

17th century choral music

18th century choral music

19th century choral music

20th century choral music

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17th Century Choral Music

 

No. 1: "Psalm 100"
performed by the New England Conservatory Alumni Chorus

No. 2: 100 Psalm Tune New"
performed by the Plymouth Church Choir

 

18th Century Choral Music

No. 3: "The Liberty Song" - 1768 (arr. by W. A. Fisher)
performed by The Old Stoughton Musical Society Chorus

No. 4: "Yankee Doodle" - 1776 (arr. by W.A. Fisher)_
performed by The Old Stoughton Musical Society Chorus

No. 5: "Chester" - 1778 (William Billings)
performed by The Old Stoughton Musical Society Chorus

No. 6: "Song of Thanksgiving" - ca. 1783 (arr. R.L. Hall)
performed by The Old Stoughton Musical Society Chorus)

No. 7: "Ode to President George Washington" - 1789 (ed. by R.L. Hall)
performed by The Old Stoughton Musical Society Chorus

No. 8: "Coronation" - 1792 (Oliver Holden)
performed by The Old Stoughton Musical Society Chorus

 

 

 

19th Century Choral Music

No. 9: "Dormant" - 1802 (Jacob French)
performed by The University of Maryland Chapel Choir

No. 10: "Song Of The Old Folks (Auld Lang Syne)" - 1855 (A. Laighton)
performed by The Old Stoughton Musical Society Chorus

No. 11: "Lincoln and Liberty" - 1860
performed by The Union Confederacy

No. 12: "Go Down, Moses" - ca. 1862
performed by The Sky Pilot Choir

No. 13: "Hail All Triumphant Lord" - 1890 (Edwin A. Jones)
performed by The Old Stoughton Musical Society Chorus)

No. 14: "Easter Carol" - 1892 (Charles E. Ives)
performed by The Old Stoughton Musical Society Chorus

 

 

 

 

 

20th Century Choral Music

No. 15: "Land Of Our Hearts" - 1918 (George W. Chadwick)
performed by The Old Stoughton Musical Society Chorus

No. 16: "I Sing of A Maiden" -1933 (Katherine K. Davis)
performed by The Old Stoughton Musical Society Chorus

No. 17: "Free As The Breeze" - 1962 (Roger L. Hall)
performed by Johnny Mazzotti

No. 18: "Deep River" - 1981 (arr. by Roger L. Hall)
performed by The Covenant Church Choir

No. 19: "love is little" - 1984 (arr. by Roger L. Hall)
performed by the Plymouth Church Choir

No. 20: "Gentle Peace" - 1990 (Roger L. Hall)

 

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For More Information

Singing New Englanders: From The Pilgrims to The Shakers

Music in New England

New England Composers and Compilers

New England Music Institute

New England Music Series

Singing Stoughton -
America's oldest choral society

 

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