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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Anne Brontë's song book.
Clarabricken, Clifden, Co. Kilkenny, Ireland : Reproduced under the direction of Leslie Hewitt for Boethius Press, 
|Named Person:||Anne Brontë|
|Document Type:||Musical Score|
|Music Type:||Hymns; Songs|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Anne Brontë; Brontë Parsonage Museum.
|Notes:||Hymns and sacred songs for voice and piano.
Photoreproduction of Brontë ms.
|Description:||1 score (80 p.) ; 16 x 25 cm.|
|Contents:||Oh! for a heart to praise my God [Charles Wesley] Celestial Concerts C.M. --
Oh! where shall rest be found. Watchman S.M. --
I love the Lord: he heard my cries. New Cambridge C.M. Dr. [John] Randall --
O God, our help in ages past : Cheltenham C.M.: [Benjamin] Milgrove / [Isaac Watts] --
My God, my everlasting hope: Oldham C.M. --
Christ the Lord is risen today. Easter hymn 7s [actually 7 4 7 4 7 4 7 4]: H[enry] Carey --
How beauteous are their feet. Zion S.M. / [Watts] --
Worthy the Lamb of boundless sway. Portuguese hymn L.M. --
God is love: his mercy brightens all the path [J. Bowring] Austria D.M. 8s and 7s ; Oh! thou who dry'st the mourner's tear [words from Thomas Moore's Sacred songs] ; As down in the sunless retreats [words from Thomas Moore's Sacred songs] / Haydn --
Through the day thy love has spared us. [Thomas Kelly] Communion 8s and 7s --
Does the Gospel word proclaim. Ephesus / Beethoven --
Irish melody: Has sorrow thy young days shaded [from Thomas Moore's Irish melodies] --
[Recitative and chorus] from Saul / Recit: Already see the daughters ; Chorus: Welcome, welcome, mighty king / [Handel] --
I remember / Mrs. Ed. Fitzgerald --
Ye banks and braes o' bonny Doon [words by Burns] --
Night at sea / Hertz --
Waltz ; The bird let loose / Beethoven --
The troubadour / Bayly --
Thou art gone to the grave. words by Heber / music by Havergal --
Thou art, O God! Word from Thomas Moore's Sacred songs / Air supposed to be by Mrs. Sheredan --
But who shall see [words from Thomas Moore's Sacred songs / [Sir John Stevenson] --
In summer when the hay was mown: words by Burns --
Come beneath the linden tree: words by J.M. Wade / Mozart --
Auld lang syne [words by Burns] --
My God! Oh let me call thee mine [Ann Brontë] Justification L.M. --
There is a land of pure delight. Prospect C.M. / [Watts] --
A saint, oh would that I could claim [J. Marriot] Daniel 8s --
Time by moments steals away: St. Philip D 7s, J. Mather --
What shall the dying sinner do: Jubal L.M. William Mather --
Hark the song of Jubilee [J. Montgomery] Resurrection 7s.
|Series Title:||Musical sources (Boethius Press), 17.|