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wysiwyg 12 Jan 05 - 09:18 PM
Rapparee 12 Jan 05 - 09:37 PM
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Q (Frank Staplin) 12 Jan 05 - 09:53 PM
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Subject: Your Shaker Collection
From: wysiwyg
Date: 12 Jan 05 - 09:18 PM

OK, it had to happen eventually-- I've just been bit by the Shaker bug.

What recorded Shaker material do you have? (Links to purchase?)

What printed Shaker songbooks/hymnals/sheet music do you have? (Links to purchase?)

What Shaker songs do you perform? Use in worship? Melody/unison or in harmony parts?

Links to Shaker material here at Mudcat?

Links to Shaker info/song history online?

Links to online sound files/song clips?

Come on, spill it! I want it ALL.

~Susan


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: Rapparee
Date: 12 Jan 05 - 09:37 PM

Oh, fer gooness sakes!

I have several books on or by the Shakers, including one which is a guide to conduct for Shaker children (yes, there were some). There's a wonderful place in Kentucky, Heaven(?) Hill, which is an old Shaker village and I can't recommend a trip there highly enough. My wife has some books which deal with Shaker quilts, but I can't find them right now and she's off at a...quilt meeting. I have some books on Shaker woodworking and the Shaker beliefs, too.


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: frogprince
Date: 12 Jan 05 - 09:51 PM

Rapaire, I had always heard that the shakers adopted orphans regularly; do you have indication that some of them did have their own "blood children"? Not meaning to argue about anything, just wondering if my own take on their beliefs and customs has been inaccurate.


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: Q (Frank Staplin)
Date: 12 Jan 05 - 09:53 PM

A good Dover reprint:
"The Gift to be Simple," Edward Deming Andrews, $4.75. Eighty songs in notation.

A little information in threads 5527, 21813, 7307.

The Shaker Journal Shaker
A good introduction, and defines the difference between Shaker hymns and songs. Also a brief list of sources, discs, etc. (I would copy before it is taken off- looks like most of the site gone already.

Some anthems by Hampton here: Golden Plates

An excellent cd: "Simple Gifts," the Boston Camerata, Erato 4509-98491-2. List and notes here: Simple Gifts cd

Just a few. There is an online site with a few songs and good discussion that I will have to look up.


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: Q (Frank Staplin)
Date: 12 Jan 05 - 10:13 PM

Don't forget the Indian Shaker Church. "John Slocum and the Indian Shaker Church," R. H. Ruby et al., 1996, Univ. Oklahoma Press: Indian Shaker


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: dick greenhaus
Date: 12 Jan 05 - 11:01 PM

WISIWYG-
The Andrews book is good.
The must collection, though, is "The Shaker Spiritual" by Daniel W. Patterson (Princeton University Press._A massive 550 pages with descriptions, words, music and satisfying notes and bibliography.

IMO a rrewarding study. The Shakers were a facinating mix of theological extremism and down-to-earth practicality.


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: Rapparee
Date: 12 Jan 05 - 11:08 PM

I'm upstairs and my stuff is downstairs and I can't get to it until morning. So I'll check then.


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: wysiwyg
Date: 12 Jan 05 - 11:09 PM

Great, guys! Shake on!

~S~


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: LadyJean
Date: 13 Jan 05 - 12:27 AM

There is a very fine lady named Mrs. Cappiello in Old Lyme Connecticut who has made a study of Shaker dances.


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: Bob Bolton
Date: 13 Jan 05 - 12:42 AM

G'day WYSIWYG,

I have an LP (Topic - Folkways - ... ?) of Quaker hymns being sung by some elderly Quaker ladies. It may well be available on CD ( ... or not ... )

I'll look at the details when I get home ... and post them - if the Mudcat has not gone belly up in the delta ... again.

Regards,

Bob


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: Q (Frank Staplin)
Date: 13 Jan 05 - 12:54 AM

Important Shaker Collection (36 hymns) from "Millenial Praises<" Gospel Hymns, 1813. www.passtheword.org/SHAKER=MANUSCRIPTS/Millennial-Praises/mpraisesndex.htm
Millennial Praises

Shaker Manuscripts on-line: Shaker MSS

Shaker Manuscripts at Hancock Shaker Village, Pittsville, Mass., complete list of titles here- Shaker MSS
http://www.hancockshakervillage.org/pdf/volume_2_unbound_shaker_manuscripts.pdf

Mother Ann's Song (Ann Lee): Mother Ann Lee

In Yonder Valley, Simple Gifts (and other songs): Songs
Scroll down to bottom for lyrics.

Folkinfo.org has a few lyrics, with analyses.
The World I Have Forsaken: World Forsaken
O Ho the Pretty Chain: Pretty Chain"

The Patterson book (see Greenhaus, above) is excellent. It also was reprinted in paperback by Dover. Used copies from about $10.

"Millennial Praises" I can find only in 1st and 2nd editions, for $200-$300; no reasonably priced reprints here.


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: Q (Frank Staplin)
Date: 13 Jan 05 - 01:21 AM

A couple of websites I took from my own homemade songbook; one gone (Mother Ann's Song) and two errors.
Pretty Chain: Pretty Chain

The MSS online site again:
Shaker MSS


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: masato sakurai
Date: 13 Jan 05 - 02:26 AM

In addition to Andrews' The Gift To Be Simple and Patterson's The Shaker Spiritual, my collection includes:

Edward Deming Andrews, The People Called Shakers (Dover reprint). Classic.

Stephen J. Stein, The Shaker Experience in America (Yale University Press, 1992). History.

June Sprigg and David Larkin, Shaker: Life, Work, and Art (Cassell, 1987). Photographic book.

Candice Ord Manroe, Shaker Style: The Gift of Simplicity (Crescent, 1991).

Herbert Schiffer, Shaker Architecture (Schiffer Publishing, 1979).

Edward Deming Andrews and Faith Andrews, Work and Worship Among the Shakers (Dover reprint).

Rita Buchanan, The Shaker Herb and Garden Book (Houghton Mifflin, 1996)

Christian Goodwillie, Shaker Songs: A Celebration of Peace, Harmony, and Simplicity (Black Dog & Leventhal, 2002).

And a hymnal (not in front of me at present).


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: Burke
Date: 13 Jan 05 - 02:08 PM

Come visit me some time:
http://onthehill.hamilton.edu/library/projects/shakers/collection_history.html


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: wysiwyg
Date: 13 Jan 05 - 02:11 PM

Oy Burke!

~S~


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: open mike
Date: 13 Jan 05 - 02:22 PM

what's the relationship between Shakers and Quakers?
As mentioned in a post above--adoption...
was there something about them NOT having
children (or sex?) that was the cause of
their culture diminishing?


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: open mike
Date: 13 Jan 05 - 02:27 PM

i have quite a few maracas, claves, tambourines, eggs and shakers in my
picnic basket of musical toys...does that count as a shaker collection?


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: Cats
Date: 13 Jan 05 - 02:31 PM

My friend and I have made an extensive search into many of the Shaker hynmals, magazines, private letters, hand written books etc that are, at present, in a cardboard box in the library of a museum in England. It is a private collection and not for general release.   I have contacted the remaining Shakers in US and have their blessing to spend time going through them and eventually to get them into the public domain. We sing some of them out at sessions already and have an idea that, in the near future, want to put together a group of people who will sing them out - probably about 8 good harmony singers. We have also seen the dance patterns that go with them. Obviously, this is going to take a while as we both work and need to travel to get to the private collection, meanwhile... watch out at any festival we are at and if we are singing something you've never heard before, it's probably shaker. And, because I couldn't afford a genuine one shipped from the US, I have had a huge Shaker style refectory table and 8 chairs made to go in my new (very old) house. There is also an excellent book on Shaker influences on gardening too.


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: Once Famous
Date: 13 Jan 05 - 02:34 PM

Shake, Rattle, and Roll
Shake, Baby, Shake
I'm Shakin'
Shakin' All Over


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: Q (Frank Staplin)
Date: 13 Jan 05 - 02:35 PM

Leave it to Martin to bring this down to earth.


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: dick greenhaus
Date: 13 Jan 05 - 02:40 PM

Open Mike-
No real connection between Shakers and Quakers--the Shakers' propensity for dance prompted the nickname "Shaking Quakers", hence Shakers.

They were a celibate community with strict gender equality, making the hackneyed phrase "separate but equal" a meaningful one. They raised orphans and abandoned children (who could not join the sect until adulthood.) Their motto: Hands to work and hearts to God.

Incidentally, Shakers developed evaporated milk, and introduced a lot of then-unheard-of ideas to the world: prepackaged seeds, the modern flat broom and a bunch of others I can't think of at the moment.


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: Burke
Date: 13 Jan 05 - 06:08 PM

Amazon lists this: A Shaker Hymnal: A Facsimile Edition of the 1908 Hymnal of the Canterbury Shakers.

Millennial Praises only has words, no music. Our library has many copies & one is still on my desk from when I was looking up Babylon is Fallen. I can check it for you.

"Early Shaker spirituals" recordings of some of the remaining Shaker sisters made in the 1960's & 70's. It was reissued in 1996 by Rounder on CD 0078. This is essential and is probably the one Bob was thinking of.

"Shaker Songs: Come to Zion," sung by Norumbega Harmony and Singers of Hancock Shaker Village, directed by Stephen Marini. 35 Shaker songs and anthems of all types dating from early hymnals to the 1908 hymnal. Because the Shakers forbade harmony until the late 19th century, all songs on the recording except for eight from later hymnals are sung in unison. Order direct from Norumbega Harmony. It is also available directly from Hancock Shaker Village.

Mitzi Collins, owner of Sampler Records in Rochester, NY, has done a lot of research on Shaker Music. She has 2 recordings & a song book.
Love is Little: A Sampling of Shaker Spirituals M. Collins, R Hall, J Harp, K Johnson, C Liggett, A Nagel-S9222. Songbook has same title.
Joy of Angels - (Christmas Music) Randy Folger, Colleen Liggett, Kathy Leigh Johnson, Mitzie Collins, The Sampler Chorus - S9528

William Coulter & Barry Phillips (& friends) have done 3 lovely instrumental recordings of Shaker Music for Gourd Music. If you don't get the box set & I'm remembering correctly, Shelley Phillips recommended Music on the Mountain to me as her favorite.


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: Burke
Date: 13 Jan 05 - 06:46 PM

In answer to the question of children. Shakers were supposed to be celibate. Families with children did convert so there would have been children joining with their parents early on. They also did take orphans in. I suppose some of those 'orphans' could have been actual children of the community members.

By late in the 19th century there we not many new conversions from outside the community. Many children raised by Shakers also did not join, so by the mid 20th cent. the numbers had dwindled considerably. A Shaker scholar who was here recently, metioned that during the 20th cent. adoption practices changed & states usually tried to place children with families of their mother's religious preference. The practice of placing children in the homes of unrelated families rather than orphanages was also a late 19th & early 20th century development that worked against children being placed with Shaker communities.


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: Bob Bolton
Date: 13 Jan 05 - 07:12 PM

G'day again WYSIWYG,

Hmmm ... the grey cells are getting a little patchy! This is a description of my LP (now, I see, re-issued on CD):

Rounder Records 0078 (LP 1976 ? now on CD)
Early Shaker Spirituals
Sung by
Sister R. Mildred Baker
With
Sisters Ethel Peacock, Elsie McCool, Della Hakell, Marie Burgess, Frances Carr, and other members of
The United Society of Shakers
Sabbathday Lake, Maine
With notes by Daniel W. Patterson


SIDE A
The rolling deep
I hunger and thirst
Come life, Shaker life
On Zion's holy ground
Little children
Down in the lowly vale
I'll spend and be spent
The gospel is advancing
'Tis the gift to be simple
Low, low in this pretty path
I will walk with my children
Bow down, O Zion
Low down in the valley
I love Mother, I love her way
Who will bow and bend like the willow
I looked and lo a lamb
On learning songs
Let me have Mother's gospel
With a new tongue
On Sister Paulina Springer

SIDE B
I never did believe
O holy Father
Yielding and simple
We must be meek
O brighter than the morning star
Farewell, earthly joy
Down to the deep and rolling river
My home, my sweet home in Zion
O the gospel of Mother
I bless the day
This gospel how precious
I feel the need of a deeper baptism
Gospel kindred, how I love you
Love is little
Love, more love
How lovely are the faithful souls
Where is the gem
Blessed, thrice blessed
O give me a little love
We will all go home with you


Rounder Records LP 0078 seems to be a 1976 re-edit of recordings from 1963, 1966, 1970 and 1976 ? based on two earlier albums of "Early Shaker Spirituals.

Most web 'hits' list the recording as having 40 hymns ? but I remember a couple of the 40 tracks being discussion - those track names startin "On ...".

Regards,

Bob


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: SINSULL
Date: 13 Jan 05 - 10:16 PM

I was just given Shaker Songs by Christian Goodwillie. It came with a CD. Haven't had a chance to listen.


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: GUEST
Date: 13 Jan 05 - 10:36 PM

OH! WISIWYG!!!

Let me guess....yes, Yes, YES,


Your family line was a product - of the coupling - of a Shaker Unit????


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: wysiwyg
Date: 16 Jan 05 - 02:16 PM

refresh


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: el_punkoid_nouveau
Date: 17 Jan 05 - 10:27 AM

I've only ever come across two verses of 'Tis The Gift To Be Simple - were/are there more? If so, I'd love a copy...


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: Burke
Date: 17 Jan 05 - 06:57 PM

The original Shaker version is one verse & the chorus. That hasn't stopped others from adding on. You can find some in this thread.

DT has an extended version as well.


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: wysiwyg
Date: 18 Jan 05 - 12:26 PM

Just ordered from GOURD MUSIC:

The Music of the Shakers for Mountain Dulcimer
Arranged by Neal Hellman. Over thirty arrangements of Shaker dances and hymns in musical notation and dulcimer tablature. Based on the three [Gourd Music] Shaker albums Simple Gifts, Tree of Life,and Music on the Mountain. Instructions include "back-up" chords and how to play along with the recordings. Many historical notes on the compositions and Shaker history are also included.


Ordered from CD BABY:

Verdant Groves
Debra Spencer, Shelley Phillips, Lars Johannesson, Community Music School in Santa Cruz, CA.
Shaker music [mostly songs] with flute and Celtic harp: recorded live at four New England Shaker Villages.

There are LONG song clips from all the Verdant Grove CD tracks there, and CD Baby also has the Gourd CDs (all instrumental), with long song clips for several tracks. The Gourd site also has sound clips for some songs.

~Susan


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: InOBU
Date: 18 Jan 05 - 09:23 PM

what's the relationship between Shakers and Quakers?
As mentioned in a post above--adoption...
was there something about them NOT having
children (or sex?) that was the cause of
their culture diminishing? someone asks...

none really, other than we are both Utopian faiths.

thyne in the light

lorcan otway

(Quaker not Shaker)


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: Roger the Skiffler
Date: 19 Jan 05 - 03:51 AM

I know why the Shakers made those nice chairs, but why eggs and rainsticks? **BG**.

RtS


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: wysiwyg
Date: 19 Jan 05 - 10:35 AM

I learned via email with Debra Spencer that most of the material on the VERDANT GROVES album came from the Patterson book, and I have ordered it. Can't wait to see what, if any, adaptations they made in interpreting the songs.

~S~


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: Haruo
Date: 20 Jan 05 - 03:52 AM

Q wrote «Don't forget the Indian Shaker Church. "John Slocum and the Indian Shaker Church," R. H. Ruby et al., 1996, Univ. Oklahoma Press» with a link which did not clarify that the Indian Shaker Church is not related except generically (they're both relgious sects) and in name (they're both called "Shakers") to the Mother Ann folks of the Eastern states.

The Indian Shaker Church is very much a going concern (not celibate) in the Northwest; I have attended academic conferences where (Indian) Shaker dance took the place of Mr. Bush's inaugural invocation. I also knew a guy who was a lay preacher in a Methodist church (at Nooksack; he was raised Roman Catholic on the Crow Res) and his wife was an Indian Shaker clergywoman.

Not sure if the Indian Shakers have any sect-specific musical hits.

Haruo

PS re: 'Tis the Gift ? don't forget its use as an advertising tune for the Oldsmobile Millennia (sp?) a couple years ago. I don't recall a jingle, just the tune.


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: GUEST,tunester
Date: 23 Jan 05 - 10:53 PM

There is a lot of information about Shaker tune collections and recodings at:

AMERICAN SHAKER MUSIC
http://hometown.aol.com/musbuff/page4.htm


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: wysiwyg
Date: 07 Feb 05 - 05:56 PM

Oh transports of joy-- Shelley Phillips sent me her arrangements for the songs on the Verdant Groves CD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Plus a few not on the CD!

~S~


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: wysiwyg
Date: 08 Feb 05 - 01:21 PM

My copy of the Patterson classic arrived yesterday, about $10 used (not really used). I also got my copy of the Gourd Music book linked above-- I can highly recommend them both. The dulci tab in the Gourd book is great-- Booster Terrik came over and was able to play two of them right off. And I am already working on two Patterson pieces not on the Verdant Groves CD.

~Susan


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: wysiwyg
Date: 12 Feb 05 - 11:15 AM

Please contribute songs, here:

Shaker Songs & Hymns

~S~


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Subject: TOC, SHAKER SPIRITUALS (Daniel Patterson)
From: wysiwyg
Date: 13 Feb 05 - 07:02 PM

Table of Contents for Daniel Patterson's book SHAKER SPIRITUALS

(Titles and first lines)

A bleeding lamb would seek thy face
A happy voyage to Canaan
A little voice is heard to say
A people called christians
A still small voice
Address to Holy Mother Wisdom
Adieu O Earth with all thy strife
Adieu ye fading things of time
All clothed in beauty
All ye who long have been deluded
Am I worthy
An angel bath troubled the waters
Ancient's Song of Mourning, The
Are these O God, the living stones
Armies of Israel, The

Basket of Flowers
Basket of Treasures
Beautiful Crown
Beautiful Valley
Behold in the spring
Bleeding Lamb
Blessed, thrice blessed
Brilliant Gem
Burning Day, The
Busy Bee
By freedom invited & music delighted
By Zion's gentle rivers

Carrier Dove
Celestial beauties do unfold
Christ & Herod
Christ is the true & living Vine
City of Peace
Come all who hate old Esau
Come all ye Zion-travelers
Come brethren & sisters, be thankful
Come brethren cast your anger off
Come brethren let us play
Come, let us arise, and go up
Come life Shaker life
Come love come love
Come love Mother's love
Come my soul press on
Come on brethren
Come to Zion
Come up Hither
Conquer or Die
Cords of Love
Crown of Glory, A

Dark is the cloud
Deep Love
Depart all thats evil
Dialogue between Jacob & Esau, A
Down Down I mean to go
Down in the lowly vale
Down low in the valley

Earnest and Careful
Earthquake, The
Eternal Life
Excellent Gift, The
Ezekiel's Vision

Faithful soldiers, travel on
Fall on the rock
Farewell Earthly Glory
Farewell Earthly Joys
Farewell! farewell! vain world
Farewell unto this world
Father Joseph's Solid Step Song
Fellow pilgrims bound for heaven
Flesh and Blood Cannot Inherit the Kingdom of God
Flying Indian
Foot Pilgrim's Song
For dancing is a sweet employ
For heaven I'm bound to go
Fruits of Humility
Full Baptism

Glories Immortal
God's Will Revealed
Good brethren from the holy mount
Gospel kindred how I love you
Great I little i

Hannah Brownson's Visionary Song
Happy Home
Happy Voyage, The
Hark! hark! my holy, holy
Harvest, The
He haw tallabo tallabo
Heaven Bound
Heaven heaven is the residence
Heavenly Bridegroom and Bride, The
Heavenly Feast
Heavenly Home
Heavenly Journey
Heavenly love and holy fire
Heaven's Purpose
Heavy Cross
Help me O Lord
Here are waters pure and sweet
Here is a pretty feast
Here is love love love
Here take this lovely flower
Here we walk in the verdant grove
Here's a pretty little basket filled with flowers
Here's my home my all and treasure
Here's some pretty little baskets
Holy Savior's Lamb
How beautiful O Zion
How blest are the souls
How excellent it is
How great is the pleasure
How my soul is now delighted
How pleasant to walk
Humble Heart, The
Humility

I am the true vine
I am walking mid sweet flowers
I beg and pray
I did set out while in my youth
I feel the need of a deeper baptism
I have a home in heaven
I have a little noggin full of love
I have a little treasure
I have a soul to be saved or lost
I have an assortment of beautiful flowers
I have found the true vine
I have Mother's love in store
I hear a voice
I Know How to Pray
I looked and lo a lamb
I love Mother I love her way
I love to see a living soul
I love to see the wheels in motion
I never did believe
I often heard of Shakers
I surely see the very place
1 want more love
I want to be marching around
I want to be traveling down
I want to gather down
I will be marching onward
I will bow and be simple
I will fight, fight & never slack
I will lead my chosen people
I will not be like the stubborn oak
If tribulation O my God
I'll beat my drum as I march along
I'll come into the valley
I'll lead on the Armies of Israel
I'll spend and be spent
I'm going down to the beautiful valley
I'm marching on to my happy home
I'm on my way to the holy city
In me canoe me will go
In vain we call on flesh and blood
In wisdom's lovely pleasant ways
In yonder's valley
In Zion's valley does abound
I've come unto my Vineyard
I've found the precious jewel
I've left a world of death
I've set my face for Zion's kingdom

Jubilee

Leap & skip ye little band
Let the young & the old
Lift your heads, ye once afflicted
Like the little busy bee
Limber Willow
Little children, says Holy Mother
Little Lamb
Living sould for heaven bound
Living souls let's be marching
Living Stones
Living Vine, The
Lord give me of Thy living bread
Lord to thy Zion draw near
Love is little
Love O love is sweetly flowing
Lovely Love
Low down the beautiful valley
Low within the vale
Lowly Vale

Make me lowly
Me bless the cross
Me cannot wear de great long face
Me love me hills and mountains
Miriam's Dance
Moles Little Pathway, The
More life and zeal
Most dearly beloved
Mother has come with her beautiful song
Mother's Invitation
Mothers love is like an ocean
Mother's Tongue
Mount Zion
Music on the Mountains
My candle is lighted
My Heavenly Keeper is Near
My home my sweet home in Zion
My robe is new
My soul is fill'd with sorrow
My soul loves to walk in the valley low
My Sweet Home in Zion
My treasure is in Zion
My Vineyard

Narrow Path, The
No charms which this Earth can produce
No Escape from Judgment
Noggin of Love
Not all the gardens here on earth
Now like an outcast I do wander

O bem bem bem
O brighter than the morning star   
O come let us be marching
O come, O con1e come away
O come sesene my little Dove
O dem deill-dy dem
O do you know my loveyer
O harden not their hearts
O here's a beautiful spreading vine
O here's a lovely creeping vine
O ho the pretty chain
O holy Father I will be
O Holy Mother Wisdom
O I will be free
O let us go why should we linger
O little children come come & go
O look and see how lilly white I be
O Lord make me pure and holy
O Lord protect thy chosen flock
O may we be willing
O my pretty little Dove
O my pretty Mother's home
O see the lovely Angels
O the beautiful treasures
O the beauty of Zion
O the crown the beautiful crown
O the heavenly treasure
O time is swiftly passing
O ve o vum vum
O we have found a lovely vine
O what a rich treasure
O what beauty effulgent
O what is pomp and splendor
O what pretty souls!
O will I love
O Zion thou beautiful City of peace
Our aged Sister now is gone
Our Father's hands so liberal are
Our support we'll gather in

Peaceful Vale
Pilgrim's Path
Pleasant Walk
Pleasures of Earth are Fleeting, The
Precept on precept
Precious Jewel, The
Press On
Pretty Home
Pretty love and union
Protecting Chain
Purity

Race, The
Redeemed souls your voices raise
Rejoice and be ye thankful
Revelation
Rich Treasure, A
Rights of Conscience

Sacred Truth
Samuel Hooser's Hymn
Savior's Cheering Promise, The
Savior's Watchword, The
She sent by me little carrier Dove
Simple Gifts
Since we are united
Soldiers of Christ, The
Soldier's Resolution
Spiritual Dove
Spiritual Relationl
Spiritual View, A
Spiritual Wine
Spring Dove, The
Stand off you carnal nature
Star of Purity
Step In & Be Healed
Still Small Voice, A
Stubborn Oak
Supplication in a Nation's Calamity
Sweet March to Heaven, A

Take the little narrow road
That beautiful city of which it is
The devil in walking the earth
The everlasting fountain
The fairest flow'rs when bruis'd
The gifts of God, so long conceal'd
The gospel is advancing
The great wheel is turning round
The heavens are with us I know
The joyful saints of God behold
The King of kings and Lord of hosts
The moles little pathways
The name of Herod signifies
The new and living way is seen
The Prince of Peace is come
The prophets of old
The rolling deep may overturn
The shepherd gently calleth me
The shepherd of Zion
The sixteenth day of January
The way lies open
The wheels of redemption are turning
The world I have forsaken
This gospel how precious
This pleasent ring shall sweetly sing
Thou fairest of all the creation
Tis the gift to be simple
To a Fullness
To all the good children
Teeasure Secure
Treasures of the Gospel
Tribulation Worketh Patience
True Believer's Treasure, The
Truth
Turn to the right

Upon a sure foundation

Vain World
Valient Warrior
Ve um vum ve-um
Verdant Groves
Verdant Valley
Vicalun's Prayer
Vision, A
Voyage to Canaan

Wake up the spirit cries
Watch re
Way down in the valley my lambs
We all may shout the victory
We are bound for salvation
We bless our Lord and Savior
We have cross'd the red sea
We have startcd the race
We must be meek
We will step thc heavenly march
We will walk with Mother & mourn
We've seen some old Believers
What joy and comfort
What tho' my path
When first we heard the gospel sound
Whence comes this bright celestial light
Where is the gem
While marching up to Zion's mount
While nature lies in burning pain
Who will rise who will rise
Wilderness Restored, The
Willow Tree
With a New tongue I now will speak
With precious gifts
With the armies of Heaven
With the timbrel & song
Woben mesa crelana
Wolves among Sheep
Zion's Valley


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Subject: TOC Music of the Shakers for Mountain Dulcimer
From: wysiwyg
Date: 13 Feb 05 - 07:12 PM

TOC for the Gourd book Music of the Shakers for Mountain Dulcimer (referenced above):

The Ancient's Song of Mourning

Back Manner Tune (No. 1)
Back Manner Tune (No. 2)

Burning Day, The
By Freedom Invited

Canterbury Solemn Song
Come Life, Shaker Life

Father James's Song
F.M.'s March

Holy Order Tune
Humble Heart, The

I Want to Gather Down
I Will Bow & Be Simple
I Will Walk With My Children

Like Pretty Birds
Love Is Little
Lovely Love

Mother Ann's Song (No. 2)
Mother Has Come With Her Beautiful Song
Music On The Mountains
My Carnal Life I Will Lay Down

Noggin of Love
Now My Dear Companions

O Little Children
O Lord Protect Thy Chosen Flock

'Parting Glass' March
Pleasant Walk
Saviour's Watchword, The

Shuffling Song
Simple Gifts
Simple Gifts (version 2)
South Union March (No. 22)

Tree of Life


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Subject: INDEX: Shaker Hymnal (1908)
From: masato sakurai
Date: 26 Feb 05 - 07:21 PM

A Shaker Hymnal (A Facsimile Edition of the 1908 Hymnal of the Canterbuty Shakers) (Woodstock, New York: The Overlook Press, 1990):

      INDEX
(Anthems indicated by *)

All else will fail
All the way shineth brighter
Angels call me
*Arise, shine, for thy light is come
As new every morning
As opes the lily fair
As the dawn of the morning
As we gather round the altar
Baptize with the power
Bear ye one another's burdens
Be fixed, my heart, on higher aims
*Behold, I stand at the door
*Behold the tabernacle of God
Be lifted up, my soul
Beyond all earthly sorrow
Blessed are the pure
Bless us through all cares
Blest be that universal love
*Break forth into singing
Break forth, O my soul
Breathe on our souls
Bright elysian field
Bright Spirit World
Call the needy children home
Deeper than unfathomed waters
Down in the valley
Ever changing, ever aiming
*Exalt the Lord
Fairer than rubies
Far out upon life's ocean
Father, list; our souls are pleading
Fellow traveler, why repining
For more than loaves
Give me to drink
God be praised
God, our Father and our Mother
God's love is at the helm
Go work in My vineyard to-day
Harvesters, the grain is ripening
Has the cup of cold water been given
Have ye asked in Christ's name
Have ye found a more excellent way
*Hear my prayer
Hear us, O righteous God
Here I've no continuing city
Here's my heart
How can I for a moment
How exalted and how beautiful
I am carried beyond the vain pleasures
I am laying up my treasure
I am sure of my passport
I call My own and they listen
I come to be fed at Thy table
I draw no blank
"If ye love Me," comes the message
*If ye love Me, keep My commandments
I have builded thy temple
I have launched upon life's ocean
I have led you, My beloved
I have set my heart to journey
I know that I ask not in vain
I'll brave the storm
I may not ask where Thou wouldst lead
I may not reach the height
Inasmuch as ye have done it
I never would weary in watching
In the day when I shall comfort thee
In the spiritual sky
In Thy wisdom, Father, guide me
Into the sacred, blest retreat
In whose service art thou toiling
In your prayers remember me
I plead my cause
I remember?CI remember
I see the light before me
I seek a heavenly treasure
I shall know My own
I shall meet the brave souls
Israel, thou art not forsaken
Is there a faint heart that hungers
It comes to me in still hours
I've sought thee, I've found thee
I walk above thy sins
I walk through the valley
I will daily care for thee
I will gather unto Me
I will go on my way
I wi11 lead you
*I will lift up mine eyes
I will open the windows of heaven
*I will praise Thee
I will rise and go to my Father's house
I will stand as the oak
I would rather win a pure white spirit
Joy and peace are my sunshine
Just enough cross by the way
Just where the burdens are heavy
Lead me, lead me, angels
Leave awhile the things that perish
*Let all those that put their trust
Let me bear the cup of blessing
Let me be there with the holy
Let me dwell in blissful mansions
Let no one be disheartened
Let our hymn of true thanksgiving
*Let the God of my salvation
Let Zion move as the heart of one
Lift thine eyes, O Christian pilgrim
Light of Lights, beam on my way
Lion-hearted, brave and true
Listen, O my Saviour
Live, my soul, as peace shall follow
Look a little higher up
Lo! ye are the light of the world
Make the Lord thy God
May Thy kingdom come
My disciples, forbear ye
My heart to Thy work is committed
My kingdom's not divided
My little barque is frail at best
My soul hears the echo
My voice shall sing
No one can sing the psalm for me
No other God will I adore
Not below the clouds be building
Not enough to sing God's praise
No time like to-day
Not one sparrow is forgotten
O build as the wise build
O builder, wouldst thou raise a house
O brighter than the morning star
O climb a steeper height
O Father, to Thy throne
O Father, with the signet
O give me language wholly pure
*O give thanks
*O God of mercy
O let us not hunger nor thirst
O lift the standard higher up
O list, our Father, to our prayer
O long have I sought Thee
O Lord, in Thee I place my trust
On the work of our hands
Open to my vision clearly
O sacred hour of worship
O shall I forgive
O sing in the moming
O sing, my soul, in accents clear
*O sing to the Lord
O sing with joy
O Source of light, of truth, and love
O tarry not 'mid worldly strife
O the blessedness of love that is pure
O the blessings rich and many
O the love of God how precious
O there'll be a song of triumph
Our Father, we ask Thee
Our God who marks the sparrow's fall
O Virgin Church
O what is the mission
O where should I look for the blessing
O write my name in heaven
O Zion, be law-abiding
O Zion, sing praise 'mid thy sorrow
O Zion, thy growth is my care
Pass me not by
Patient and faithful
Peace divine, increasing measure
*Peace I leave with you
*Praise ye the Lord
Press on, on triumphantly
Redemption's song, for thee I long
Rejoice in the strength
Seems the reaper yet to linger
Send not Christ's needy ones away
Shall earth respond with harvest full
Shall mountains fall
Shun the thorn and grow the flower
Sing, sing, my soul, of that immortal treasure
*Sing unto God
So much need have I to thank Thee
Sweet angels, come nearer
Sweet Summer Land
The blind shall see
*The earth is the Lord's
*The Lord is gracious and righteous
*The Lord reigneth
There are notes of joy and beauty
There are roses on my cross
There comes down the ages
There has come unto thee
There is always a care over thee
*There is a treasure
There's a bright sphere of truth
There's a light that shines
There's a peace that surpasseth understanding
There's land beyond
There's wealth in mines of gold
The seed-time is past
The Spirit is calling
The sun and stars may roll their way
The sun fails not
The vine groweth
The work that brings the blessing
Though frail the barque
Thou shalt love the Lord
Thou Uplifting Spirit
Thy goodness hath covered the land
Thy goodness hath followed my life
Time may be long
To the Kingdom we're advancing
To him that overcometh
Turn the feet of those who wander
*Unto Thee, 0 Lord
Wait upon my time
Watching and praying I find you
We are out on the ocean broad
We'll meet you in the land of souls
What does the Spirit whisper
What is life and what its meaning
What saith the Spirit
What shall it avail
What will bring the heavens nearer
What will the passage thro' Jordan be
When I seek divine acceptance
When God, as our Father, shall call
When the angel troubles the waters
When the lilies fade away
When the rains descend
When storms have passed
Wheresoe'er the Spirit calleth
While here we are building each day
While God inspires my heart
While sowing by the wayside
Who lives for God
Who maketh the desert to smile
Who shall reach the heights of glory
Why fear Me when the feet may stray
Within the Vale Humility
With the hundred four and forty thousand
Worldly interests, earthly gain
Wouldst thou crown thy life with glory
Ye cannot serve God to acceptance
Ye heavens, realms of holy light
Ye shall reach the holy city


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Subject: INDEX: Christian Goodwillie, Shaker Songs (2002)
From: masato sakurai
Date: 26 Feb 05 - 07:55 PM

Christian Goodwillie, Shaker Songs: A Celebration of Peace, Harmony, and Simplicity (New York: Black Dog & Leventhal, 2002):

All glean with care
Angel Invitation
Angel of Love
Angel Reapers, The
Behold the Day
Blessing and Love
Blessings of Peace, The
Call for Love
Christmas Greeting
Christopher Columbus's March
Come Let Us March
Consoling Dove
Faithful Child, A
Farewell Dear Crossbearers
Four Little Angels
Harvest, The
Holy Faith
Holy Habitation
Holy Order Song
I Am a Bright Lark
I Am an Angel of Light
Indian Song
Industry
Isaac N Young's Roll Song
Joyful Praises
Midnight Cry, The
Mother Ann's Song
Negro Songs
Mother's Comforting Promise
O Come, Come Away
O Mother Do Receive Me
O Zion Arise
Path of Sorrow, The
Quick Song, A
Revival Song
Rights of Conscience
Round in 3 Parts
Samantha Fairbanks's Roll Song
Saviour's Universal Prayer, The
Simple Gifts
Solemn Song of the Ancients
Song of Colovin
Spiritual Wine
Stone Prison
Sweet Angels Come Nearer
Testimony of Eternal Truth, The
Thanksgiving
Tree of Life, The
Trumpet of Peace
Untitled Dance Tune
Voice of the Angel of Mercy
We Are Born to Die


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: wysiwyg
Date: 26 Feb 05 - 10:33 PM

Mmmmmm.................

Thanks!

My copy of Andrews arrived; shall I add that one?

~Susan


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: Mary in Kentucky
Date: 26 Feb 05 - 10:37 PM

Now Rapaire, there's a big difference between Heaven Hill and Pleasant Hill! tsk, tsk (Freudian slip?) ;-) says Mary, familiar with both...



Pleasant Hill


Heaven Hill


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: wysiwyg
Date: 27 Feb 05 - 08:37 AM

If anyone else has tables of contents or songbook indexes to post, please do-- I am going to make an index combining them all so that if one wants to look up a song by title, one can easily find the printed source(s).

~Susan


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: wysiwyg
Date: 27 Feb 05 - 09:32 AM

Anyone have these two books from SAMPLER RECORDS LTD.?

~S~

=================================================================

JOY OF ANGELS: SHAKER SPIRITUALS FOR CHRISTMAS AND THE NEW YEAR
Compiled, Organized, and Annotated by Roger Hall ? Additional transcription by Mitzie Collins & Jennifer DeLapp ? Book designed and edited by Thomas M. Bohrer ? A Companion Book to Sampler Recording 9528. 74 pages ? 8 1/2 x 11 inches ? plastic-bound, opens flat. The 74-page book includes historical information, an introductory essay on the Shakers' observance of Christmas, some important suggestions on how to perform these songs and the music and text of each selection.

CONTENTS:

Awake for the angels are gath'ring near
The birthday of Jesus
Blessed season
Brethren and sisters let us sing
Star of Hope
Come let us hail this blissful day
Fear not, for behold
Give good gifts
Give me the treasure
Glory unto God
Hail, hail the beautiful morn
Hail the memorable morn
Hear ye, hear ye
I hear a voice
I hear the sweet sound of an angel's song
I love to play and skip around
In love and sweet union
Listen! while we join with angels
Low, low! In this pretty path
Low within the vale
A New Year
Star of Purity
O hearken listen to the sound
O see the lovely angels
O the blessed revelation
Our blessed Saviour's humble birth
The Prince of Peace
Since we are called to liberty
Step Tune
Sweetest music
This is a pleasant Christmas Day
This is Jesus' birthday
Simple Gifts
To all the good children, a Happy New Year
We have found the promised Saviour
When Christ was of a Virgin born
While once in Judah's lovely land
With Precious Gifts


LOVE IS LITTLE: A SAMPLING OF SHAKER SPIRITUALS
Compiled, Organized, and Annotated by Roger Hall ? Additional transcription by Mitzie Collins & Jennifer DeLapp ? Book designed and edited by Thomas M. Bohrer ? A Companion Book to Sampler Recording 9222. 50 pages ? 8 1/2 x 11 inches ? plastic-bound, opens flat. The book includes historical information on each tune and music and texts to all of the selections.

CONTENTS:

Mother Ann's Song
Father James's Song
In Yonder Valley
Square Order Shuffle
Quick Step Manner
The Happy Journey
How Beautiful Do the Heavens Ring
Living Souls Let's Be Marching
Followers of the Lamb
A Prayer for the Captive
Put Thy Hands to Work
Glory and Honor
O Do Feel More Life
Welcome Gospel Kindred
Chinese
Praise to Mother
A Round Dance
All is Summer
If Our Home is So Beautiful
All at Home
More Love
Prayer Universal
Millennial Praise
Peace to Zion
The Shakers
Simple Gifts
Blended Together
Let Zion Move
Redeeming Love
Mother
How Happy are They
Ode to Contentment
On the Landing of Mother Ann in America
Slow March
Gentle Words
Love is Little

Sampler Records, PO Box 19270, Rochester NY 14619


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: GUEST,Chris in Nashville
Date: 27 Aug 08 - 01:23 PM

OK, so I'm arriving six months late to this discussion, but I'm in a group in Nashville called Kindling Stone. Over the past couple of years, we've been starting to explore the wonderful (and prolific) Shaker music tradition. It's estimated that collectively, the Shakers wrote 10,000(!) songs and tunes or more, with only a fraction in publication or on recordings. In our process, we've had some contact with the brilliant scholar Dan Patterson who wrote The Shaker Spiritual, mentioned in this thread as an essential book for those interested in Shaker music and culture. I would add to this Early Shaker Spirituals and the Boston Camerata's recording Simple Gifts as good listening. William Coulter from the west coast has made some nice instrumental recordings of Shaker songs. Our group has had the pleasure of performing this summer and last in the Meeting House at the Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village in Maine, the only active Shaker community in the country. If you're ever in Maine, it's an amazing place to visit. Kindling Stone's debut recording has recently been released, and may be of interest to folks here. In addition to our own songs, it features selections from the Shaker and The Sacred Harp traditions. It's available at: http://cdbaby.com/cd/kindlingstone


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: Desert Dancer
Date: 27 Aug 08 - 03:36 PM

6 months and 3 years, actually, Chris, but thanks for the note nonetheless!


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: GUEST,Chris in Nashville
Date: 27 Aug 08 - 04:07 PM

HA! Well, most of these tunes are 200 years old anyway. Thanks.


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: Uncle_DaveO
Date: 27 Aug 08 - 04:14 PM

Susan, I have only a very limited shaker collection:





















Salt

Pepper

Ground Parmesan







Dave Oesterreich


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: JeffB
Date: 28 Aug 08 - 05:38 AM

Chris in Nashville : Have a look at the beautiful "Bright morning star's arising", which is in the DT here and is attributed to the shaker tradition.


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: GUEST,Crazy_Baritone
Date: 09 Sep 13 - 08:05 PM

Does anyone have an arrangement or the lyrics for "I Will Go On My Way"?


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: ChanteyLass
Date: 09 Sep 13 - 09:39 PM

I see that the Boston Camerata's CD Simple Gifts has already been cited. I just dropped into this thread to say that it is the reason I finally broke down and bought a CD player. I had heard parts of it on Boston's public radio station and a program about it on Boston's public TV channel. I had to have that music, and it was the first music I wanted that was not available on cassette!


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Subject: RE: Your Shaker Collection
From: Q (Frank Staplin)
Date: 10 Sep 13 - 06:38 PM

"I Will Go On My Way" not in Patterson, "The Shaker Spiritual", but probably in Andrews, "The Gift to Be Simple," book also reprinted by Dover; unfortunately I don't have it.


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