Juvenile lyre, or, Hymns and songs : religious, moral, and cheerful, set to appropriate music, for the use of primary and common schools was compiled by Lowell Mason (1792-1872), often referred to as the father of music education in the United States. Although intended for use in the schools, Juvenile Lyre does contain a few hymns suitable for children. Cedarville University's original copy was in Boston by Carter, Hendee, & Co. in 1835.
8¾" x 5½"
Special Collections (Sacred Music Collection)
Juvenile Lyre, Lowell Mason