The Electronic Edition

May 30, 2013 by

The entire Shenandoah Harmony is available as a hyperlinked PDF for $12 or the equivalent in your currency. The eBook has a fuller bibliography and 35 additional pages of indices: Index of Composers and Arrangers (with songs titles) Source Index (with bibliographic information, song titles, and page numbers in the source) Chronological Index of Songs Index of Texts, by Author Metrical Index Index of Fugue Entrances Index of Choruses Two- and Three-Part Songs You may install your eBook on any device belonging to you and store it “in the cloud” in your private accounts.  If you are not sure whether the eBook will work on your device, please download the free demo edition and try it out HERE.  Directions are HERE. To purchase an eBook, please fill out THIS FORM and then pay for...

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Demo electronic edition

May 5, 2013 by

We are pleased to offer an electronic edition of The Shenandoah Harmony. It is available for $12 or the equivalent in your currency. The ebook is a PDF, so you can save it on your computer, tablet, and/or smart phone. It has everything that’s in the print book, plus additional indices and bibliography, including fuller source and composer information, a chronological index of songs, and a chronological index of texts, with hyperlinks to the songs. We have prepared a free 100+ page demo version: Demo Shenandoah Harmony ebook 2.34 MB Download Directions: We recommend using Adobe Reader or any PDF Reader that allows you to type in a page number or follow hyperlinks.  The ebook has been arranged with the songs first so you can easily go to a song by typing in its page...

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The Making of The Shenandoah Harmony...

May 21, 2013 by

At 469 songs on 480 pages, The Shenandoah Harmony is the largest new four-shape tunebook published since before the Civil War. The music committee includes John del Re, Kelly Macklin, and their daughter Leyland del Re of Virginia; Nora Miller of Maryland; Daniel Hunter and me, Rachel Hall, of Pennsylvania; and Myles Louis Dakan and Robert Stoddard of Boston (Myles moved from Washington D.C. during the course of the project and Robert served as an adjunct member). The book is now in its second printing since its release in mid-February this year. Our first all-day singing is planned for June 2nd in the Harrisonburg, Virginia area, at Cross Keys, near Ananias Davisson’s grave. The original inspiration for The Shenandoah Harmony was to create a collection of songs compiled, printed, and published by Ananias Davisson...

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