Jablonski, Marek (Michael)



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service music


Service in C, full with verses (TeD, Jub, San, Ky, Doxology, Cr, Mag, Nunc), GB-Lcm (inc.), LF (inc.), Ob, WO (inc.), WB (inc.)

Service in g, full with verses (TeD, Jub, San, Ky, Doxology, Cr, Mag, Nunc), Lcm (inc.)

Burial Service, lost, mentioned in DNB

4 chants, A, g, D, E, Lcm (inc.)

anthems


Christ our passover (An Easter Anthem), full with verse, GB-Ckc (inc.), Lcm (inc.)

God standeth in the congregation, full, 5vv, Lcm (inc.)

Hallelujah, the Lord said unto my Lord, full with verse, Cjc (inc.), Ckc, Ctc (inc.), Cu, Drc (inc.), H (inc.), Lbl, Lcm (inc.), LF (inc.), LI (inc.), WO (inc.), WRec (inc.)

I am well pleased, US-BE

I said in the cutting off (An Anthem of Thanksgiving for Recovery for a Dangerous Sickness, Anno 1685), verse, GB-Lcm (inc.)

Let God arise, verse, 16742

Many a time have they fought against me (Being a Thanksgiving Anthem for ye 9th of September, 1683 [Rye House Plot]), verse, Lcm (inc.)

O how amiable are thy dwellings, verse, Ckc, Lcm (inc.)

O Lord let it be thy pleasure, verse, Lcm (inc.)

Set up thyself, O God, verse/full, 16742

The days of man, verse, Lcm (inc.)

Thou, O God, art praised, LI (inc.)

motets


Gloria Patri, 4vv, GB-Och

Magna et miranda, 3vv, bc, Och

secular


12 songs and catches: 16734, 16757, 16854, 16864, 16875

Simphony, Musick’s Hand-maide, kbd (London, 2/c1668)

Suite, GB-W

BIBLIOGRAPHY


H.W. Shaw: The Succession of Organists of the Chapel Royal and the Cathedrals of England and Wales from c.1538 (Oxford, 1991), 287–8

I. Spink: Restoration Cathedral Music 1660–1714 (Oxford, 1995), 357–60

IAN SPINK


Jackson, Judge


(b Ozark, AL, 12 March 1883; d Ozark, 7 April, 1958). American composer and tune book compiler. In about 1900 he moved to southeast Alabama, where he learned shape-note hymn singing from other blacks and became a singing-school teacher. During the 1920s he composed shape-note songs in both the folk-hymn and gospel-hymn styles, encouraging his friends and pupils to do the same. His The Colored Sacred Harp (1934/R) was the first new collection in four-shape notation to be published in the 20th century, and the only tunebook to contain mostly songs by black composers. In the 1950s he began regular broadcasts of black shape-note singing over radio station WOZK in Ozark. After his death black singers continued the radio programmes, made television broadcasts, and used his book at such annual events as the Alabama and Florida Union State Sacred Harp Singing Convention and the Jackson Memorial Sing in Ozark.



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