William Tans'ur

William Tans'ur '''William Tans'ur (or Tansur, Tanzer, Letansur''') (6 November 1706, Dunchurch – 7 October 1783, St. Neots) was an English hymn-writer, composer of West gallery music, and teacher of music. His output includes approximately a hundred hymn tunes and psalm settings and a ''Te Deum''. His manual ''A New Musical Grammar'' (1746) was still popular in the nineteenth century. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Tans'ur, William
Published 1740
Printed for Charles Corbett, bookseller and publisher, at Addison's-Head against St. Dunstan's-Church, Fleet-Street; and sold by the author at Barns in Surrey

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by Tans'ur, William
Published 1760
Printed by R. Brown, for S. Crowder, over-against St. Magnu's Church, London-Bridge; also, sold by the author, and by his son, late chorister of Trinity-College, Cambridge, who teach the same

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by Tans'ur, William
Published 1776
printed for the author; and sold by all the booksellers there, also by S. Crowder in Pater-Noster-Row, London: and by most booksellers in town and country

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by Tans'ur, William
Published 1750
Printed by Robert Brown, for James Hodges, at the Looking Glass, over against St. Magnus's Church, near London-Bridge

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by Tans'ur, William
Published 1760
printed for S. Crowder, at the Looking Glass, over-against St. Magnus's Church, London-Bridge: also sold by the author, and by his son, late Chorister of Trinity-College, Cambridge; Who Teach all Manner of Church-Musick, in the Newest, and Best Method

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by Tans'ur, William
Published 1771
Printed and sold by Daniel Bailey, at his house next door to St. Paul's Church, Newbury-Port. 1771. Sold also by most booksellers in Boston

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by Tans'ur, William
Published 1756
printed by Robert Brown, for James Hodges, near London-Bridge. Also, sold by the author; and by his son, late Chorister of Trinity-College, Cambridge

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by Tans'ur, William
Published 1771
Printed and sold by Daniel Bayley, at his house next door to St. Paul's Church, Newbury-Port. 1771. Sold also by most booksellers in Boston

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by Tans'ur, William
Published 1768
Engraved, and printed by the author, and his son, (sometime Chorister of Trinity College, Cambridge,) who Teach the same: With all other Grounds, and Principles, of Musick, &c

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by Tans'ur, William
Published 1738
printed by Alice Pearson, for James Hodges, at the Looking-Glass, on London-Bridge: and also sold by the author

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by Tans'ur, William
Published 1744
printed by Robert Brown, for James Hodges, at the Looking-Glass, on London-Bridge: and also sold by the author

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by Tans'ur, William
Published 1755
printed by R. Brown, for James Hodges, over-against St. Magnus's Church, London-Bridge; also, sold by the author, and by his son, late Chorister of Trinity-College, Cambridge, who Teach the same

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by Tans'ur, William
Published 1766
printed by R. Brown, for S. Crowder, T. Longman, and M. Richardson, in Paternoster-Row; also sold by the author, and by his son, late Chorister of Trinity College, Cambridge; who Teach the same

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by Tans'ur, William
Published 1748
Engraved and printed, by and for the author, (published according to Act of Parliament. March 25, 1748) and sold by the author; and in London, by J. Robinson, in Ludgate-Street, and by most booksellers

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by Tans'ur, William
Published 1739
printed by A. Pearson, for James Hodges, at the Looking-Glass, on London-Bridge: also sold by the author

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by Tans'ur, William
Published 1766
printed, and sold by the author, and by his son, sometime Chorister of Trinity-College, Cambridge: Who Teach all Manner of Church-Musick, in the Newest, and Best Method

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by Tans'ur, William
Published 1737
printed for James Hodges, at the Looking-Glass on London-Bridge

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by Tans'ur, William
Published 1738
printed by A. Pearson, for S. Birt. Also sold by the author

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by Tans'ur, William
Published 1776
printed for and sold by the author; sold also by Fletcher and Hodson, on the Market-Hill, and C. Sharp, Frame-Maker, in St. John's-Lane; and S. Crowder, Pater-Noster-Row, London, "this Book, tho' but for Sixpence sold, "is double worth its Weight in Gold

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by Tans'ur, William
Published 1773
Printed and sold by Daniel Bayley, at his house, next door to St. Paul's Church, Newbury-Port. 1773. Sold also by most booksellers in Boston. Just published, and to be sold by said Bayley, and the booksellers in Boston, The new universal harmony, or compendium of church music: being a collection of favorite anthems, hymn-tunes and carols, composed by the greatest masters. Price six shillings