The Little Gardner Hymnal, 1844: A Study of Its Origin and Contribution to the LDS Musical Canon

The Little Gardner Hymnal, 1844: A Study of Its Origin and Contribution to the LDS Musical Canon
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The Little Gardner Hymnal, 1844: A Study of Its Origin and Contribution to the LDS Musical Canon

Author Marilyn J. Crandall

The purpose of this study is to research the hymnal A Collection of Sacred Hymns for the Use of the Latter-day Saints, the first LDS hymnal that included musical notation along with the text. Published in 1844 by Blake and Bailey of Bellows Falls, Vermont (now part of Rockingham, Vermont), it was compiled by Jesse Carter Little and Geroge Bryant Gardner, both of whom were living in Peterborough, New Hampshire, and both of whom converted to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. To date, I have been unable to find a single contemporaneous reference to it in any of Little's papers, although many of his papers were destroyed by fire in the 1990s.

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