Jacob's Top Matches
About Jacob Kimball, Jr.
Jacob Kimball, Jr. born on February 15, 1761 and died in Topsfield, Massachusetts July 24, 1826 was one of the first American composers. He played fife and drum in the American Revolutionary War and participated in battle of Lexington and Bunker Hill.
List of works
Invitation (1784) ("Hark! the Redeemer from on high") Sacred Harp p327
Brentwood (1800) Hesperian Harp p196
Tunbridge (1800) Hesperian Harp p88
Woburn - Sweet Seraphic Fire New England Singing School Music
Invitation - Make A Joyful Noise: American Psalmody by American Anonymous
The Rural Harmony (1793)
The Village Harmony (1798)
The Essex Harmony (1800)
Selected Works of Samuel Holyoke (1762–1820) and Jacob Kimball (1761–1826), eds Harry Eskew and Karl Kroeger