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Lyric religion; the romance of immortal hymns,

Author: H Augustine Smith; Jeremiah Bascom Reeves; Earl Marlatt; Charles Arthur Boyd
Publisher: New York, London, Century Co. [©1931]
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Smith, H. Augustine (Henry Augustine), 1874-1952.
Lyric religion.
New York, London, Century Co. [c1931]
(OCoLC)608815930
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: H Augustine Smith; Jeremiah Bascom Reeves; Earl Marlatt; Charles Arthur Boyd
OCLC Number: 2705953
Notes: "Editorial associates: Jeremiah Bascom Reeves, Earl Marlatt, Charles Arthur Boyd."--Foreword.
Includes music.
Description: xv, 517 p. plates. 22 cm.
Contents: A mighty fortress is our God --
Lighting the Protestant fires around the world --
Abide with me : fast falls the eventide --
At evening time there shall be light --
Again, as evening's shadow falls --
Sunday vespers in Brooklyn --
All beautiful the march of days --
The glory of the winter land --
All glory, laud and honor --
A Palm Sunday processional of the ninth century --
All hail the power of Jesus' name --
A song of triumph in times of trouble and persecution --
All people that on earth do dwell --
The grand old Puritan anthem --
Ancient of days --
A city exalted in song --
Angel voices, ever singing --
Processional hymns for English cathedrals --
Art thou weary, art thou languid? --
The wilderness shall break forth into singing --
As with gladness men of old --
Following the star through the hymn book --
At length there dawns the glorious day --
Singing the new crusade of brotherhood --
Before Jehovah's awful throne --
Sounding praise in the courts of our Lord --
Beneath the cross of Jesus --
Breathing on the border --
Blest be the tie that binds --
A tie that bound for fifty years --
Break thou the bread of life --
The poet laureate of Chautauqua --
Breathe on me, breath of God --
Easter evening in the upper room --
Christ for the world we sing --
An evergreen motto --
Christ in his word draws near --
Christ comes forth from his holy word --
Christ the Lord is risen today --
A hallelujah hymn for eighteenth-century Methodists --
Christian, dost thou see them? --
The autobiography of a heretic --
Christians, lo, the star --
The modern magi --
Come, thou almighty king --
A literary waif --
Crown him with many crowns --
The song of the seraphs --
Day is dying in the west --
The vesper hymn of a nation --
Dear God, our father, at they knee confessing --
A present-day prayer for deepened spirits --
Dear Lord and father of mankind --
From a poetic tempest into lyric sunshine --
Fairest Lord Jesus --
A marching song of the out-of-doors --
Faith of our fathers --
Church union in the hymn book --
Father in heaven, who lovest all --
The virtues of an upright life --
Fight the good fight --
A challenge to activity --
Fling out the banner --
The hymn of the Christian flag --
For the beauty of the earth --
Nature, art, home, church --
Forward be our watchword --A notable choir festival in Canterbury cathedral --
Forward through the ages --
The unbroken line --
From the eastern mountains --
A processional of all peoples --
Glory be to the father (gloria patri) --
A second century hymn of praise --
Glorious things of thee are spoken --
The captain of a slave ship turns hymn-writer --
God of our fathers, known of old --
Lest we forget --
God of our fathers, whose almighty hand --
A song centennial honoring the Declaration of Independence --
God of the earth, the sky, the sea! --
God of the singing pathways --
God of the nations, who from dawn of days --
The nation of the broadening day --
God, the omnipotent! --
The Franco-Prussian war and a prayer for peace --
Hail the glorious golden city --
A modern hymn of the New Jerusalem --
Hark, hark, my soul --
The home-beckoning music of the gospel --
Hark! the herald angels sing --
Carol broadcasting around the world --
He leadeth me; o blessed thought! --
Reinterpreting the shepherd psalm --
Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty! --
Lord God Almighty --
How firm a foundation --
Exceeding great and precious promises --
I heard the bells on Christmas day --
A poet's song of peace --
I heard the voice of Jesus say --
The voice from Galilee --
I love thy kingdom, Lord --
A college president's hymn --
I need thee every hour --
The divine companionship --
I think when I read that sweet story --
The enchanted world of children's hymns --
I would be true, for there are those --
crusading youth --
Immortal love, forever full --
Our friend, our brother, and our Lord --
In Christ there is no east or west --
A pageant of darkness and light --
In the cross of Christ I glory --
A statesman's testimony --
In the hour of trial --
A look from Christ --
Into the woods my master went --
A ballad of the trees and the master --
It came upon a midnight clear --
O, hush the noise, ye men of strife --
Jerusalem the golden --
A satire on the world and a rhapsody of heaven --
Jesus calls us, o'er the tumult --
The music of Galilee --
Jesus lover of my soul --
A perfect and immortal song --
Jesus, Saviour, pilot me --
A song for sailors --
Jesus shall reign where'er the sun --
A pioneer missionary hymn --
Joyful, joyful we adore thee --
The joy of living in God's world --
Joy to the world --
A carillon of praise --
Just as I am, without one plea --
A hymn that transfigures lives --
Lead, kindly light --
Light in darkness --
Lead on, o king eternal --
A student's graduation hymn --
Let there be light, Lord God of hosts --
A peace hymn from Lake Bewa, Japan --
Let us with a gladsome mind --
Singing youth of the world --
Life of ages, richly poured --
Prophet's word and people's liberty --
Lord, dismiss us with thy blessing --
A hymn for the close of worship --
Lord of all being, throned afar --
The omnipresence of God --
Lord, speak to me, that I may speak --
A worker's prayer --
Lord, while for all mankind we pray --
Lays of loyalty to Queen Victoria --
Love divine, all love excelling --
The singer of divine love --
Mine eyes have seen the glory --
The song of a great crusader --
More light shall break --
A hymn of the twentieth century pilgrims --
My country, 'tis of thee --
The national hymn of America --
My faith looks up to thee --
A young man's vision of Christ --
My God, I thank thee who hast made --
Legends and lyrics of an invalid --
Nearer, my God, to thee --
Surely the Lord is in this place --
Now thank we all our God --
The Te Deum of Germany --
Now the day is over --
The chorus of children's song --
O beautiful for spacious skies --
A mountain-top vision of America --
O brother man, fold to thy heart thy brother --
A poet's definition of worship --
O come, all ye faithful. --
Thither bend your joyful footsteps --
O come, O come Emmanuel --
Preparing for Christmas in the ninth century --
O day of rest and gladness --
A triumphant song to the day of rest --
O Jesus, I have promised --
The dedication of youth to Christian service --
O Jesus, thou art standing --
The light of the world --
O little town of Bethlehem --
Our Lord Emmanuel --
O love that wilt not let me go --
The fruit of pain --
O master, let me walk with thee --
Walking with God --
O master workman of the race --
A hymn of boyhood faith and manhood work --
O sacred head, now wounded --
The vale of wormwood becomes the valley of light --
O word of God incarnate --
A mighty decade of hymn writing --
O worship the king, all glorious above --
A hymn story of the six days of creation --
O Zion, haste, thy mission high fulfilling --
The high mission of the church --
On our way rejoicing --
Let your hope be a song to you --
Once to every man and nation --
A protest against the Mexican war --
Onward, Christian soldiers --
A procession with cross and banners --
Our God, Our help in ages past --
Man frail and God eternal --
Praise God from whom all blessings flow --
The immortal song of the Winchester school boys --
Rejoice, ye pure in heart --
Through church and chancel, aisle and transept deep --
Ride on, ride on in majesty --
Jerusalem and the Passover pilgrims --
Ring out, wild bells --
Ring out the old, ring in the new --
Rise up, o men of God --
The music of the city --
Rock of ages, cleft for me --
A living and dying prayer for the holiest believer in the world --
Saviour, again to thy dear name we raise --
A song of the ever-present God --
Saviour, breathe an evening blessing --
Out of the storm of the Boxer uprising --
Send down thy truth, o God --
A prayer for America emerging from the Civil War --
Shepherd of tender youth --
The oldest Christian hymn --
Silent night, holy night --
A Christmas carol of wandering Tyrolese --
Spirit of God, descend upon my heart --
A prayer-hymn for everyday holiness --
Stand up, stand up for Jesus --
A ringing call to courageous service --
Still, still with thee --
A hymn of sunrise beauty --
Strong son of God, immortal love --
An affirmation of faith --
Sun of my soul, thou saviour dear --
A song of light in the darkness --
Take my life, and let it be --
The autobiography of a saintly singer --
The church's one foundation --
From Lambeth Towers to far New Zealand's coast --
The day of resurrection --
The festival of the joy of life --
The first Noel and the angel did say --
In the solemn midnight centuries ago --
The king of love my shepherd is --
The dearest psalm --
The son of God goes forth to war --
A memorial to the first Christian martyr --
The spacious firmament on high --
A hymn of sunrise glories --
There is a green hill far away --
Suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, dead and buried --
There's a wilderness in God's mercy --
Come to Jesus --
These things shall be-a loftier race --
A vista of golden days --
This is my father's world --
Sky-born music --
Thou didst leave thy throne --
O come to my heart, Lord Jesus --
Thy way, not mine, o Lord --
A Scotchman's pledge of loyalty and consecration --
'Tis midnight; and on olive's brow --
In the garden --
Watchman, tell us of the night --
How far has the night gone, watchman? --
Welcome, happy morning! --
An Easter hymn of the sixth century --
We plough the fields, and scatter --
A peasant's song of harvest gratitude --
We praise thee, o God (te deum laudamus) --
A hymn, a creed, a prayer for the church universal --
We would see Jesus, lo! his star --
A hymn of the deep, revealing life of Jesus --
What a friend we have in Jesus --
Deathless singing from a maniac's tongue --
When I survey the wondrous cross --
Crucifixion to the world by the cross of Christ --
When morning gilds the skies --
Laude domini --
When wilt thou save the people? --
A prayer for social justice --
Where cross the crowded ways of life --
O tread the city's streets again! --
While shepherds watched their flocks --
Good tidings of great joy --
Ye servants of God, your master proclaim --
To be sung in a tumult.
Responsibility: by H. Augustine Smith.

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