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The Bay Psalm book
|Other titles||Bible O.T. Psalms. English. Paraphrases. 1956. Bay Psalm book., Bay Psalm book.|
|The Physical Object|
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|Number of Pages||281|
|LC Control Number||56005128|
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The Bay Psalm Book, as it is known, is essentially sacred text to be sung during the liturgy. A committee of thirty learned elders, including John Cotton, Richard Mather, and John Eliot, set about the task of creating a new translation of the Hebrew psalms into English and casting the text into verse for singing.
The Bay Psalm Book was the first book to be printed in North America, twenty years after the arrival of the Pilgrims in Massachusetts. Today, only eleven copies are still in existence and fetch as much as fourteen million dollars at auction, making it 5/5(4).
The Bay Psalm Book, as this work is commonly known, is the first book printed in British North America. The Reverend Jesse Glover imported the first printing press to the Massachusetts Bay Colony insome 18 years after the first English settlers landed at Plymouth Rock. A London printer, Stephen Daye, came with the press and established a printing office in Cambridge.
Bay Psalm Book, (), perhaps the oldest book now in existence that was published in British North America. It was prepared by Puritan leaders of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. Printed in Cambridge, Massachusetts, on a press set up by Stephen Day, it included a.
The Cambridge, Massachusetts, Whole Booke of Psalmes, or “Bay Psalm Book”: the first book printed in British America, the first book written in British America, and the first book printed in English in the New World.
The Bay Psalm Book is a religious and cultural manifesto of the Puritan Fathers and a towering icon of the founding of the United States.
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Bay Psalm Book was not only the first book printed in America, and the first book written in America. This little book of was precursor to Lexington and Concord, and, ultimately, to American political independence.
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The Bay Psalm Book, formally titled The Whole Book of Psalmes Faithfully Translated into English Metre (), was the first book printed on Anglo-American soil. The Puritan divines of the Massachusetts Bay Colony set out to produce a translation from the Hebrew that was reflective of their unique brand of Calvinism and more.
Bay Psalm Book. The Whole Booke of Psalmes Faithfully Translated into English Metre (), familiarly called the Bay Psalm Book, was the first book. published in Anglo-America, which underlines the importance that singing played in Puritan Rating: % positive. As the first printed book in America, the Bay Psalm Book was an early harbinger of American independence.
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The main thing you need to know right now about the Bay Psalm Book is that a copy of it is up for public sale for the first time since Author: Ted Olsen.
The Bay Psalm Book, as it has come to be known, consists of a substantial introduction summarizing the creators’ philosophy and intentions, followed by translations of the Psalms rendered into meter, enabling them to be sung to well-known tunes of the day.
The psaltery was soon in widespread use on both sides of the Atlantic. The first book written and printed in the New World, The Bay Psalm Book holds a unique place in our cultural and religious history. Richard Mather and a group of his fellow New England clergy transcribed biblical psalms into metered verse/5.
Back in History with the Bay Psalm Book Knowing that there are only believed to be 11 of the original Bay Psalm Books in existence today, and that one sold at auction for over $14, makes it a special treat to own an inexpensive facsimile/5(3). The Bay Psalm Book was the first book to be printed in North America, twenty years after the arrival of the Pilgrims in Massachusetts.
Today, only eleven copies are still in existence and fetch as much as fourteen million dollars at auction, making it also the most expensive book in the world/5(3). Bay Psalm Book Last updated Ma Title page of the copy of the Bay Psalm Book held by the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library.
The Bay Psalm Book is a metrical Psalter, first printed in in Cambridge, was the first book printed in British North America.   The Psalms in it are metrical translations into English. The. This banner text can have markup.
web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Bay Psalm Book, common hymnal of the Massachusetts Bay colony. Written by Richard Mather Mather, Richard, –, British Puritan clergyman in North America, b.
Lancashire, England. He studied at Oxford, began preaching, and was ordained in The Bay Psalm Book was published inmore than a century and a half after the first Gutenberg Bibles and 20 years after the Pilgrims had landed at Plymouth.
Today, Sotheby’s will auction a copy of the first English-language book printed in America. “The Whole Booke of Psalmes,” or the Bay Psalm Book, as it. The founders of the Massachusetts Bay Colony came to the New World seeking religious freedom, and their first publication was a hymnal: The Bay Psalm Book, printed just twenty years after the Pilgrims' arrival.
This book, with which the Pilgrims literally sang their praises to God, presents a translation of the Psalms from Hebrew, transposed into metrical Author: Zoltan Haraszti. The Bay Psalm Book was the first book to be printed in North America, twenty years after the arrival of the Pilgrims in Massachusetts.
Today, only eleven copies are still in existence and fetch as much as fourteen million dollars at auction, making it /5(3). The Bay Psalm Book is a very important piece of history. It was both the first book printed in the Colonies and it was also the first book entirely written in the Colonies.
When one considers the difficulties of mere existence during this time, a mere 20 years after the first arrivals in Plymouth inthe magnitude of the effort and.
The Bay Psalm book: being a facsimile reprint of the first edition, printed by Stephen Daye at Cambridge, in New England in by Eames, Wilberforce, Pages: NEW YORK, 12 April — On 26 NovemberSotheby’s New York will auction one of the finest surviving copies of the Bay Psalm Book — the first book printed in what is now the United States of America.
The Congregationalist Puritans who emigrated to Massachusetts Bay in search of religious freedom quickly set about to translate and produce a version of the Book of.
The Bay Psalm Book was America’s founding text. No new nation was ever created as deliberately or as fast as the nation established between and by a wave of settlers who self-consciously established a new England with a distinctive and highly developed intellectual purpose, carried out by a public school system, a national.
The Bay Psalm Book was the collaborative project of over twelve leading Puritan divines and the first publishing venture of the Massachusetts colony. The copies of the first edition provided Puritans with “a plain and familiar translation” designed to represent more “faithfully” the Hebrew psalms than did the version used by the.
First printed in in Cambridge, Massachusetts, The Bay Psalm Book was the first book printed in Colonialist America. Principally written by John Eliot, Thomas Welde, and Richard Mather, these Psalms transitioned from a literal translation to a more aesthetically pleasing metered version. Adopted by nearly every congregation in the Massachusetts Bay colony, a Pages: One of the greatest artifacts of American history, The Whole Booke of Psalmes, commonly known as the Bay Psalm Book, will be auctioned at 7pm on the 26th day of this month at Sotheby’s in New 6-byinch hymnal book’s estimated value was raised by 10 million dollars since the end of last year when we first ran a feature on the sale.
Recently, The New York Public Library digitized in its entirety one of its great treasures, the printing of The Whole Booke of Psalmes Faithfully Translated into English Metre.
Better known as the Bay Psalm Book, this work is significant in that it was the first book printed in British North America.
Q2r from the Bay Psalm Book remaining at the Old South Church, showing the unique reading in Ps verse 23 (see page 39). Courtesy of the Old South Church in Boston.
W4r from the Harvard copy of the Bay Psalm Book, showing a contemporary emendation to Ps verse 6. Courtesy, Houghton Library, Harvard University (Vault STC ) 3. The communal singing of the Psalms from the Bay Psalm Book served to instill a strong sense of unity among Puritans of the day.
Sign up to. Bay Psalm Book The earliest book known to have been printed in English in the British North American colonies. Compiled by John Eliot,* Richard Mather, and Thomas Weld, and printed by Stephen Day at Cambridge, Massachusetts init was intended to give a more literal translation of the Hebrew Psalms than that of the King James Version.
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The Bay Psalm Book was eagerly welcomed by the churches for which it had been prepared. Seventeen hundred copies were printed in the first edition, of which twelve survive, only three in perfect condition. A second edition, of which only two copies survive, appeared in But while the book met with general.
The Bay Psalm, as the book is called, is one of two copies belonging to the church that reside in the Boston Public Library’s rare-book collection, where Mr. Makholm paid a Author: Jess Bidgood. Note: this event was originally scheduled on Ma and was rescheduled due to inclement weather.
The Whole Booke of Psalmes, also known as The Bay Psalm Book, is the first book printed in North eleven copies of it are known to exist. The translation of the biblical psalms, the Bay Psalm Book, is seen at Sotheby’s in New York. The book was printed by Puritan settlers in Cambridge, Mass., in Author: Michael Muskal.
Words: The Bay Psalm Book 1 The Lord to me a shepherd is, Want therefore I shall not, He in the folds of tender grass Doth make me down to lie To waters calm he gently leads Restore my soul doth he He doth in paths of righteousness For his names sake lead me. With the reports today (WBUR, Boston Globe) that the leadership of Boston's Old South Church is considering the sale of one of its two copies of the Bay Psalm Book, I thought it was worth taking a look at the eleven known one of the Old South/BPL copies is sold, it will be the first time since that a first edition has come to auction, and would be.
The volume was the Bay Psalm Book--a literary monument of the cultural and religious aspirations of the early settlers of the country. The work, entitled The Whole Booke of Palsmes Faithfully Translated into English Metre, was published in seventeen hundred copies, of which only eleven survive--five complete and the others lacking a varying.The Bay Psalm Book.
Read FREE! Excerpt. The Singing of Psalmes, though it breath forth nothing but holy harmony, and melody: yet such is the subtilty of the enemie, and the enmity of our nature againʃ+t the Lord, & his wayes, that our hearts can finde matter of discord in his harmony, and crotchets of division in this holy melody.-for- There.
The Bay Psalm Book was initiated as an attempt to be a faithful translation liberated from poetic dilution, however it did not focus on improving the singing of the congregation.
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