Joseph Funk to Solomon Henkel letter August 12, 1816

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Title

Joseph Funk to Solomon Henkel letter August 12, 1816

Subject

Funk, Joseph, 1777-1862
Henkel, Solomon
Music printing -- United States -- History
Music publishing -- United States -- History
Booksellers and bookselling -- History -- 19th century
Publishers and publishing -- History -- 19th century
Mennonite Church -- Hymns
Virginia -- History -- 19th century
Letters (correspondence)

Description

Letter from Joseph Funk to his publisher Solomon Henkel. The letter is written in German and is from August 12, 1816. This is around the time when Joseph Funk was compiling his songbook written in German and translated titled: The universally useful choral music. Contains: exquisite melodies, which are used in all religious constitutions. Set to two votes. Accompanied with a preface on music, or the art of tonality; and with an introduction that is complete on the basis of the vocal music. Set up for use in public worship, singing schools and private practice. Written by Joseph Funk.

Creator

Funk, Joseph, 1777-1862

Source

Joseph Funk to Solomon Henkel, August 12, 1816, Henkel Family Papers 1805-1941, MSS 865 3-f, Box 1 Folder 24, Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va.

Publisher

JMU Libraries

Date

August 12, 1816

Contributor

Tyler Brinkerhoff

Format

PDF

Identifier

SNT0014

Coverage

Harrisonburg, Virginia

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Citation

Funk, Joseph, 1777-1862, “Joseph Funk to Solomon Henkel letter August 12, 1816,” Histories along the Blue Ridge, accessed November 27, 2022, https://omeka.lib.jmu.edu/erp/items/show/8318.