Beaumont, John bap.2.may.1761-bur.13.nov.1822 England Yorkshire, Holmfirth - Cheshire, Macclesfield
organist, baptized in the parish of Kirkburton at Holy Trinity in Holmfirth as son of John Beaumont of Dobin C. ; 1795 organist at the new Chapel in Newark upon Trent

Title Parts

[] The New Harmonic Magazine, or Compendious repository of sacred music, in full score
pub John Jauncey, London 1891
pub Engrav'd & printed by John Jauncey. Sold by Messrs Goulding & Co., Mr. Whitfield & Mr. Bruce, Mr. Chapman & by all music sellers in town and country. London 1801

[] Four anthems adapted for public worship. Principally intended to be sung in churches. Containing trios, duets, solos, and choruses. With a thorough bass for the organ. To which are added sixteen psalm or hymn tunes. Four chants, Pope's Ode on music, his Universal prayer, a duet for children, the evening examination, the happy man, & a hymn for Christmas Day
pub Printed by G. Paramore, for the author, and sold by G. Whitfield, London 1793

[] Thou God of truth and love. Venice. Hymn. 1794
[] Hymn tune St Ignatius. 1801
used with the hymn Once pledged by the cross by Alice Bode

[] The Barren Fig Tree. An anthem
from The New Harmonic Magazine
pub Mary McCalley, Dublin c1805

[] New Sacred Music, suited to the grand festival on the 7th day of July 1814, the day of general Thanksgiving
pub John Jauncey, London 1814

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