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The Oxford hymn book.

Author: Thomas B Strong; William Sandy; Mary C Church; J M Thompson; Basil Harwood
Publisher: Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1920.
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Genre/Form: Hymns
Document Type: Musical Score
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas B Strong; William Sandy; Mary C Church; J M Thompson; Basil Harwood
OCLC Number: 10398848
Notes: "Dr. Strong and ... Dr. Sanday ... having been entrusted with the preparation of the hymn-book, invited the co-operation of Miss Mary Church ... and the Rev. James M. Thompson ... in the selection of the words. For the music they have relied throughout upon the skilled advice of Dr. Basil Harwood."--Note.
With music.
Thomas B. Strong, ed. written on title page.
Includes indexes.
Description: xiv, 922 pages : music ; 19 cm
Contents: Book 1. Hymns for Times and Seasons. [Awake, my soul, and with the sun] --
[Glory to Thee, who safe hast kept] --
[At Thy feet, O Christ, we lay] --
[Christ, whose glory fills the skies] (Ratisbon) --
[Christ, whose glory fills the skies] (Demmin) --
[Forth in Thy name, O Lord, I go] --
[God of the morning, at whose voice] --
[New every morning is the love] --
[Now that the daylight fills the sky] / Harwood --
[Now that the daylight fills the sky] / Bishop --
[Ye that have spent the silent night] --
[Up to the throne of God is borne] --
[Abide with me, fast falls the eventide] (Orisons) --
[Abide with me, fast falls the eventide] (Eventide) --
[All praise to him who dwells in bliss] --
[All praise to Thee, my God, this night] --
[And now the wants are told that brought] (Weybridge) --
[And now the wants are told that brought] (Brighton) --
[As now the sun's declining rays] (St. Peter) --
[As now the sun's declining rays] (Durham) --
[At even, ere the sun was set] --
[Behold the sun, that seemed but now] --
[Darkening night the land doth cover] --
[Glory to Thee, in light arrayed] --
[God, that madest earth and heaven] (Bury) --
[God, that madest earth and heaven] (Nutfield) --
[Light of gladness, beam divine] --
[Lord, now the time returns] --
[Now the day is over] (Eudoxia) --
[Now the day is over] (Giloba) --
[O Strength and Stay upholding all creation] (L'Omnipotent) --
[O Strength and Stay upholding all creation] (Strength and Stay) --
[Our day of praise is done] --
[Saviour, again to Thy dear name we raise] (Pax Dei) --
[Saviour, again to Thy dear name we raise] (Ellingham) --
[Sun of my soul, Thou Saviour dear] (Abends) --
[Sun of my soul, Thou Saviour dear] (Hursley) --
[Sun of my soul, Thou Saviour dear] (Winscott) --
[Sweet Saviour, bless us ere we go] --
[The day is past and over] --
[The day Thou gavest, Lord, is ended] (Grace Dieu) --
[The day Thou gavest, Lord, is ended] (St. Clement) --
[The day, O Lord, is spent] --
[The night is come, like to the day] --
[The radiant morn hath passed away] (Time) --
[The radiant morn hath passed away] (St. Gabriel) --
[The sun is sinking fast] --
[Through the day Thy love hath spared us] (Wurzen) --
[Through the day Thy love hath spared us] (Dretzel) --
[Behold we come, dear Lord, to Thee] --
[My Lord, my Love, was crucified] --
[In this day, the first of days] --
[Sweet is the work, my God, my King] --
[This day the first of days was made] --
[For Thy mercy and Thy grace] --
[Come, Thou long-expected Jesus] (Clevedon) --
[Come, Thou long-expected Jesus] (Hyfrydol) --
[Day of wrath! Oh day of mourning!] / Celano --
[Day of wrath! Oh day of mourning!] / Wesley --
[Great God, what do I see and hear] --
[Hail to the Lord's Anointed] --
[Hark, an awful voice is sounding] --
[Hark, the glad sound! The Saviour comes] --
[Lo, from the desert homes] --
[Lo! He comes with clouds descending] --
[Oh quickly come, dread Judge of all] --
[On Jordan's bank the Baptist's cry] [That day of wrath, that dreadful day] (As by the Streams of Babylon) --
[That day of wrath, that dreadful day] (Babylon's Streams) --
[When came in flesh the incarnate Word] --
[A virgin unspotted, the prophet foretold] --
[All my heart this night rejoices] --
[Angels, from the realms of glory] --
[Christians, awake, salute the happy morn] --
[From virgin's womb this Christmas day did spring] --
[God from on high hath heard] (Kingsland) --
[God from on high hath heard] (Arran) --
[Good Christian men, rejoice] --
[Hark, how all the welkin rings] --
[Hark! the herald angels sing] --
[High let us swell our tuneful notes] --
[I sing the birth was born tonight] --
[In dulci jubilo! Let us our homage show] --
[In the bleak midwinter] --
[Like silver lamps in a distant shrine] --
[Love came down at Christmas] --
[Of the Father sole begotten] --
[O come, all ye faithful] --
[See, amid the winter's snow] --
[The first nowell the angel did say] --
[The race that long in darkness pined] --
[When Christ was born of Mary free] --
[When Jordan hushed his waters still] --
[While shepherds watched their flocks by night] --
[As with gladness men of old] --
[Bethlehem! Of noblest cities] --
[Brightest and best of the sons of the morning] (Epiphany) --
[Brightest and best of the sons of the morning] (Epiphany Hymn) --
[In stature grows the heavenly child] --
[Forty days and forty nights] (Aus Der Tiefe) --
[Forty days and forty nights] (Halle) --
[Lord, in this Thy mercy's day] (Weston) --
[Lord, in this Thy mercy's day] (Philip) --
[O Lord, turn not away Thy face] (St. Mary) --
[O Lord, turn not away Thy face] (The Lamentation) --
[Saviour, when in dust to Thee] --
[The solemn season calls us now] --
[Abroad the regal banners fly] --
[Ah, holy Jesu, how hast Thou offended] --
[All glory, laud, and honour] --
[All ye who seek a certain cure] (St. Bernard) --
[All ye who seek a certain cure] (Bishopthorpe) --
[At the Cross her station keeping] / Mechlin --
[At the Cross her station keeping] / Kirnberger --
[By Jesus' grave on either hand] --
[Go to dark Gethsemane] --
[Lord Jesu, when we stand afar] --
[My God, my God, why dost Thou me forsake?] --
[O Prince of Peace, who man wast born] --
[Oh come and mourn with me awhile] --
[Ride on! Ride on in majesty!] (St. Drostane) --
[Ride on! Ride on in majesty!] (Winchester New) --
[See the destined day arise!] (Song 13) --
[See the destined day arise!] (Redhead No. 47) --
[There is a green hill far away] --
[We sing the praise of Him who died] --
[When I survey the wondrous cross] --
[At the Lamb's high feast we sing] --
[Christ the Lord is risen to-day] --
[Christ the Lord is risen again] --
[Come, ye faithful, raise the strain] --
[Jesus Christ is risen today] --
[Jesus lives! No longer now] --
[The strife is o'er, the battle done] --
[Ye humble souls, that seek the Lord] --
[Ye sons and daughters of the King] --
[Come, ye faithful, raise the anthem] (Alleluia Dulce Carmen) [Come, ye faithful, raise the anthem] (Unser Herrscher) --
[God is ascended up on high] --
[Hail the day that sees him rise] --
[The Lord ascendeth up on high] --
[Thou art gone up on high] --
[Come, Holy Ghost, our souls inspire] --
[Come, Thou holy Paraclete] --
[Creator Spirit, by whose aid] --
[Our blest Redeemer, ere he breathed] --
[When God of old came down from heaven] / Kirby --
[When God of old came down from heaven] / Ravenscroft --
[Bright the vision that delighted] --
[Holy, Holy, Holy! Lord God Almighty] ; Book 2. Hymns for Saints' Days, Sacraments, and Special Occasions. [Captains of the saintly band] --
[Disposer supreme, and judge of the earth] --
[The eternal gifts of Christ the King] (Aeterna Christi Munera) --
[The eternal gifts of Christ the King] (Berkshire) --
[Exalted high at God's right hand] --
[For all the saints who from their labors rest] (Atonement) --
[For all the saints who from their labors rest] (Pro Omnibus Sanctis) --
[Give me the wings of faith, to rise] --
[How bright these glorious spirits shine!] (Liverpool) --
[How bright these glorious spirits shine!] (Beatitudo) --
[Love, unto thine own who camest] --
[Oh what, if we are Christ's] (Old 134th) --
[Oh what, if we are Christ's] (St. Michael) --
[The Son of God goes forth to war] (St. Anne) --
[The Son of God goes forth to war] (Old 81st) --
[Who are these like stars appearing] --
[All praise be to God, whom all things obey] --
[Stars of the morning, so gloriously bright] --
[Alleluia, sing to Jesus] --
[And now, O Father, mindful of the love] (Song I) --
[And now, O Father, mindful of the love] (Unde et Memores) --
[As pants the hard for cooling streams] (Martyrdom) --
[As pants the hard for cooling streams] (Chichester New) --
[Author of life divine] --
["Behold the Lamb!"] --
[Bread of the world in mercy broken] (Genevan Psalm 118) --
[Bread of the world in mercy broken] (Glastonbury) --
[Come, dearest Lord, descend and dwell] --
[Come, my Way, my Truth, my Life] --
[Draw nigh, and take the body of the Lord] (Reliance) --
[Draw nigh, and take the body of the Lord] (Refuge) --
[I am not worthy, holy Lord] --
[Jesu, gentlest Saviour] --
[Lo, God is here! Let us adore] --
[Love divine, all loves excelling] (Halton Holgate) --
[Love divine, all loves excelling] (Chichester) --
[My God, and is Thy table spread?] --
[My spirit longeth for Thee] (Lisbon) --
[Cheer up, desponding soul] (St. Quintin) --
[Now, my tongue, the mystery telling] / Mechlin --
[Now, my tongue, the mystery telling] / Harwood --
[O God, unseen, yet ever near] (Old 132nd) --
[O God, unseen, yet ever near] (Irish) --
[O God, unseen, yet ever near] (St. Flavian) --
[O Thou, who camest from above] --
[Once, only once, and once for all] --
[Saviour, and can it be] --
[The King of love my Shepherd is] (Dyfrdwy) --
[The King of love my Shepherd is] (Dominus Regit Me) --
[To Christ, the Prince of Peace] --
[View me, Lord, a work of Thine] [Pour out Thy spirit from on high] (Lawes' Psalm 8) --
[Pour out Thy spirit from on high] (Ludborough) --
[Now the labourer's task is o'er] (Bedford Chapel) --
[Now the labourer's task is o'er] (Hazel) --
[Blessed city, heavenly Salem] --
[Jerusalem, that place divine] --
[From Greenland's icy mountains] --
[How beauteous are their feet] --
[Thou, whose almighty word] (Moscow) --
[Thou, whose almighty word] (Serug) --
[Thy kingdom come, O God] --
[Come, ye thankful people, come] (St. George) --
[Come, ye thankful people, come] (Zambesi) --
[We plough the fields, and scatter] --
[Eternal Father, strong to save] --
[All things bright and beautiful] --
[Do no sinful action] --
[Gentle Jesus, meek and mild] --
[Jesu, meek and gentle] --
[Lamb of God, I look to Thee] --
[Lamb of God, my Saviour] --
[Once in royal David's city] --
[The shepherds had an angel] ; Book 3. Hymns for General Use. [A charge to keep I have] (Potsdam) --
[A charge to keep I have] (Bath New) --
[A safe stronghold our God is still] --
[All hail the power of Jesus' name] --
[All people that on earth do dwell] --
[Approach, my soul, the mercy-seat] --
[Arm of the Lord, awake, awake!] --
[Awake, and sing the song] --
[Be Thou our Guardian and our Guide] --
[Be with me, Lord, where'er I go] --
[Before Jehovah's awful throne] --
[Behold, the morning sun] --
[Bless'd are the pure in heart] --
[Children of the heavenly King] --
[Christ hath a garden walled around] --
[Come, let us join our cheerful songs] (Lancaster) --
[Come, let us join our cheerful songs] (Nativity) --
[Come, let us join our friends above] --
[Come, let us to the Lord our God] / Ravenscroft --
[Come, let us to the Lord our God] (St. David's) --
[Come, let us to the Lord our God] (Ireland) --
[Come, oh come in pious lays] --
[Come, O Thou Traveller unknown] --
[Commit thou all thy griefs] / Peirson --
[Commit thou all thy griefs] (Southwell) --
[Crown Him with many crowns] --
[Eternal beam of light divine] --
[Far from my heavenly home] (Yattendon No. 46) --
[Far from my heavenly home] (Lyte) --
[Fight the good fight with all thy might] (Jena) --
[Fight the good fight with all thy might] (Pentecost) --
[Firmly I believe and truly] --
[From all that dwell below the skies] (Old Hundreth) --
[From all that dwell below the skies] (Wareham) --
[From lowest depths of woe] --
[From the deeps of grief and fear] --
[Glorious things of thee are spoken] --
[God moves in a mysterious way] --
[God of mercy, God of grace] --
[Great Shepherd of Thy people, hear] --
[Guide me, O Thou great Jehovah] --
[Happy are they, they that love the Lord] --
[Hark, my soul! It is the Lord] (Crockernwell) --
[Hark, my soul! It is the Lord] (St. Bees) --
[Have mercy, Lord, on me] --
[He that is down needs fear no fall] --
[Hear what God the Lord hath spoken] --
[High in the heavens, eternal God] --
[How are Thy servants blest, O Lord!] --
[How blest is he who ne'er consents] [How shall I sing that Majesty] / Parsons --
[How shall I sing that Majesty] / Allison --
[How sweet the name of Jesus sounds] --
[I lift my heart to Thee] --
[In the hour of my distress] --
[Jerusalem, my happy home] (Song 67) --
[Thy Saints are crowned with glory great] (Windsor) --
[Quite through the streets, with silver sound] (Ely) --
[Jerusalem, my happy home] --
[Jerusalem on high] (Lawes' Psalm 47) --
[Jerusalem on high] (Christchurch) --
[Jesu! guide our way] / Wesley --
[Jesu! guide our way] / Bach --
[Jesu, lover of my soul] --
[Jesu, my strength, my hope] --
[Jesu! the very thought is sweet] / Sarum --
[Jesu! the very thought is sweet] / Monk --
[Jesu, the very thought of Thee] (St. Fulbert) --
[Jesu, the very thought of Thee] (Metzler's Redhead No. 66) --
[Jesus shall reign where'er the sun] --
[Jesus! Thy boundless love to me] --
[Jesus, where'er Thy people meet] (Saxony) --
[Jesus, where'er Thy people meet] (Caradoc) --
[King of glory, King of peace] --
[Lead, kindly Light, amid the encircling gloom] (Patmos) --
[Lead, kindly Light, amid the encircling gloom] (Lux Benigna) --
[Lead, kindly Light, amid the encircling gloom] (Yattendon No. 11) --
[Lead me, almighty Father, Spirit, Son] --
[Let all the world in every corner sing] --
[Let us with a gladsome mind] --
[Light's abode, celestial Salem] / Sarum --
[Light's abode, celestial Salem] / Smart --
[Lo, what a glorious sight appears] --
[Lord, it belongs not to my care] --
[Lord Jesus, think on me] --
[Lord of mercy and of might] (Streatley) --
[Lord of mercy and of might] (Huddersfield) --
[Lord of the worlds above] (Ivybridge) --
[Lord of the worlds above] (Darwall's 148th) --
[Lord, who shall dwell above with Thee] (Eatington) --
[Lord, who shall dwell above with Thee] (Bedford) --
[Love of Love, and Light of Light] --
[Love of the Father, love of God the Son] --
[Much in sorrow, oft in woe] (Ulm) --
[Much in sorrow, oft in woe] (Innocents) --
[My God, how wonderful Thou art] --
[My God, my King, Thy various praise] --
[My soul, praise the Lord!] --
[My soul, repeat His praise] --
[My soul, there is a country] --
[My soul with patience waits] --
[Now thank we all our God] --
[O God, my heart is fixed, 'tis bent] --
[O God, my strength and fortitude] --
[O God of Bethel, by whose hand] (Tara) --
[O God of Bethel, by whose hand] (Hope Bowdler) --
[O God, of good the unfathomed sea] (Bridgewater) --
[O God, of good the unfathomed sea] (Bolton) --
[O King of Kings, before whose throne] --
[O splendour of God's glory bright] / Sarum --
[O splendour of God's glory bright] / Hudson --
[O Thou from whom all goodness flows] (Conventry) --
[O Thou from whom all goodness flows] (Memento Mei, Domine) --
[Oh for a closer walk with God] --
[Oh for a heart to praise my God] (Cheshire) --
[Oh for a heart to praise my God] (Stockton) --
[Oh for a thousand tongues to sing] [Oh help us, Lord, each hour of need] --
[Oh love, how deep, how broad, how high] (Mach's Mit Mir, Gott, Nach Deiner Gut') --
[Oh love, how deep, how broad, how high] (O Amor Quam Exstaticus) --
[Oh, what their joy and their glory must be] (O Quanta Qualia) --
[Oh, what their joy and their glory must be] (Bampton) --
[Oh worship the King, all-glorious above] --
[Our God, our help in ages past] --
[Pleasant are Thy courts above] --
[Pour down Thy spirit, gracious Lord] --
[Praise, my soul, the King of heaven] (St. Thomas) --
[Praise, my soul, the King of heaven] (Praise my Soul) --
[Praise the Lord, his glories show] --
[Praise the Lord, ye heavens, adore him] --
[Praise to the Holiest in the height] (Richmond) --
[Praise to the Holiest in the height] (Gerontius) --
[Praise to the Holiest in the height] (Hebdomadal) --
[Prepared the trumpet's call to greet] --
[Put thou thy trust in God] (Bowden) --
[Put thou thy trust in God] (Leipzig) --
[Quiet, Lord, my forward heart] --
[Rejoice, the Lord is King] (Gopsal) --
[Rejoice, the Lord is King] (Harewood) --
[Rise, O my soul, with thy desires to heaven] --
[Rock of Ages, cleft for me] (St. Austin) --
[Rock of Ages, cleft for me] (Redhead No. 76) --
[Shepherd divine, our wants relieve] --
[Shine on our souls, eternal God] / Tomkins --
[Shine on our souls, eternal God] / Hopkins --
[Soldiers of Christ, arise] --
[Soldiers, who are Christ's below] --
[Sometimes a light surprises] (Schwyz) --
[Sometimes a light surprises] (St. Catharine) --
[Stand up, and bless the Lord] --
[The Church's one foundation] --
[The God of Abraham praise] --
[The God of love my Shepherd is] (Abbey) --
[The God of love my Shepherd is] (Yattendon Psalm 23) --
[The head that once was crowned with thorns] (Yattendon No. 15) --
[The head that once was crowned with thorns] (St. Magnus) --
[The heaven of heavens cannot contain] --
[The Lord my pasture shall prepare] --
[The Lord will happiness divine] --
[The spacious firmament on high] (Kensington) --
[The spacious firmament on high] (Almondsbury New) --
[The world can neither give nor take] --
[The world is very evil] --
[Brief life is here our portion] (Jabes) --
[Brief life is here our portion] (Hic Breve Vivitur) --
[Brief life is here our portion (St. Alphege) --
[For thee, O dear dear country] --
[Jerusalem the golden] --
[There is a blessed home] (Annue Christe) --
[There is a blessed home] (Hawarden) --
[There is a book, who runs may read] (St. Flavian) --
[There is a book, who runs may read] (Lincoln) --
[There is a land of pure delight] --
[There is a stream, which issues forth] --
[Thou art my Life, if Thou but turn away] --
[Thou art the Way, to Thee alone] --
[Thou hidden love of God, whose height] --
[Thou, Lord, by strictest search hast known] --
[Thou, whom chiefest I desire] --
[Through all the changing scenes of life] --
[Through the night of doubt and sorrow] --
[Throw away thy rod] --
[To bless Thy chosen race] [To God the only wise] --
[Up to those bright and gladsome hills] --
[We love the place, O God] (Bedminster) --
[We love the place, O God] (Quam Dilecta) --
[What various hindrances we meet] (Rochester) --
[What various hindrances we meet] (Breslau) --
[When all Thy mercies, O my God] (St. Jerome) --
[When all Thy mercies, O my God] (Contemplation) --
[When at Thy footstool, Lord, I bend] --
[When Israel, by divine command] --
[When morning gilds the skies] --
[When our heads are bowed with woe] --
[When shall Thy love constrain] (Bromberg) --
[When shall Thy love constrain] (Aedes Christi) --
[Where high the heavenly temple stands] (Wareham) --
[Where high the heavenly temple stands] (Wells) --
[Who would true valour see] --
[Why should I fear the darkest hour] --
[With glory clad, with strength arrayed] --
[Ye boundless realms of joy] --
[Ye holy Angels bright] (Darwall's 148th) --
[Ye holy Angels bright] (Warsaw) --
[Ye servants of the Lord] (Narenza) --
[Ye servants of the Lord] (Egham) ; Book 4. Latin Hymns. [Iam lucis orto sidere] --
[Ales diei nuntius] --
[Splendor Paternae gloriae] --
[Nox et tenebrae et nubila] --
[Rerum Deus tenax vigor] --
[Olux beata trinitas] --
[Dies irae, dies illa] --
[Adeste, fideles] --
[Corde natus ex parentis ante mundi exordium] --
[Vexilla regis prodeunt] --
[Pange lingua gloriosi proelium certaminis] --
[Alleluia, Alleluia! Finita iam sunt proelia] --
[Veni, creator, Spiritus] --
[Veni, Sancte Spiritus] --
[Pange lingua, gloriosi corporis mysterium] / Mechlin --
[Pange lingua, gloriosi corporis mysterium] / Webbe --
[Adoro te devote, latens deitas] --
[Jesu dulcis memoria] --
[O Quanta qualia sunt illa sabbata] --
[Te Deum Patrem colimus].

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    schema:description "[That day of wrath, that dreadful day] (As by the Streams of Babylon) -- [That day of wrath, that dreadful day] (Babylon's Streams) -- [When came in flesh the incarnate Word] -- [A virgin unspotted, the prophet foretold] -- [All my heart this night rejoices] -- [Angels, from the realms of glory] -- [Christians, awake, salute the happy morn] -- [From virgin's womb this Christmas day did spring] -- [God from on high hath heard] (Kingsland) -- [God from on high hath heard] (Arran) -- [Good Christian men, rejoice] -- [Hark, how all the welkin rings] -- [Hark! the herald angels sing] -- [High let us swell our tuneful notes] -- [I sing the birth was born tonight] -- [In dulci jubilo! Let us our homage show] -- [In the bleak midwinter] -- [Like silver lamps in a distant shrine] -- [Love came down at Christmas] -- [Of the Father sole begotten] -- [O come, all ye faithful] -- [See, amid the winter's snow] -- [The first nowell the angel did say] -- [The race that long in darkness pined] -- [When Christ was born of Mary free] -- [When Jordan hushed his waters still] -- [While shepherds watched their flocks by night] -- [As with gladness men of old] -- [Bethlehem! Of noblest cities] -- [Brightest and best of the sons of the morning] (Epiphany) -- [Brightest and best of the sons of the morning] (Epiphany Hymn) -- [In stature grows the heavenly child] -- [Forty days and forty nights] (Aus Der Tiefe) -- [Forty days and forty nights] (Halle) -- [Lord, in this Thy mercy's day] (Weston) -- [Lord, in this Thy mercy's day] (Philip) -- [O Lord, turn not away Thy face] (St. Mary) -- [O Lord, turn not away Thy face] (The Lamentation) -- [Saviour, when in dust to Thee] -- [The solemn season calls us now] -- [Abroad the regal banners fly] -- [Ah, holy Jesu, how hast Thou offended] -- [All glory, laud, and honour] -- [All ye who seek a certain cure] (St. Bernard) -- [All ye who seek a certain cure] (Bishopthorpe) -- [At the Cross her station keeping] / Mechlin -- [At the Cross her station keeping] / Kirnberger -- [By Jesus' grave on either hand] -- [Go to dark Gethsemane] -- [Lord Jesu, when we stand afar] -- [My God, my God, why dost Thou me forsake?] -- [O Prince of Peace, who man wast born] -- [Oh come and mourn with me awhile] -- [Ride on! Ride on in majesty!] (St. Drostane) -- [Ride on! Ride on in majesty!] (Winchester New) -- [See the destined day arise!] (Song 13) -- [See the destined day arise!] (Redhead No. 47) -- [There is a green hill far away] -- [We sing the praise of Him who died] -- [When I survey the wondrous cross] -- [At the Lamb's high feast we sing] -- [Christ the Lord is risen to-day] -- [Christ the Lord is risen again] -- [Come, ye faithful, raise the strain] -- [Jesus Christ is risen today] -- [Jesus lives! No longer now] -- [The strife is o'er, the battle done] -- [Ye humble souls, that seek the Lord] -- [Ye sons and daughters of the King] -- [Come, ye faithful, raise the anthem] (Alleluia Dulce Carmen)"@en ;
    schema:description "[How shall I sing that Majesty] / Parsons -- [How shall I sing that Majesty] / Allison -- [How sweet the name of Jesus sounds] -- [I lift my heart to Thee] -- [In the hour of my distress] -- [Jerusalem, my happy home] (Song 67) -- [Thy Saints are crowned with glory great] (Windsor) -- [Quite through the streets, with silver sound] (Ely) -- [Jerusalem, my happy home] -- [Jerusalem on high] (Lawes' Psalm 47) -- [Jerusalem on high] (Christchurch) -- [Jesu! guide our way] / Wesley -- [Jesu! guide our way] / Bach -- [Jesu, lover of my soul] -- [Jesu, my strength, my hope] -- [Jesu! the very thought is sweet] / Sarum -- [Jesu! the very thought is sweet] / Monk -- [Jesu, the very thought of Thee] (St. Fulbert) -- [Jesu, the very thought of Thee] (Metzler's Redhead No. 66) -- [Jesus shall reign where'er the sun] -- [Jesus! Thy boundless love to me] -- [Jesus, where'er Thy people meet] (Saxony) -- [Jesus, where'er Thy people meet] (Caradoc) -- [King of glory, King of peace] -- [Lead, kindly Light, amid the encircling gloom] (Patmos) -- [Lead, kindly Light, amid the encircling gloom] (Lux Benigna) -- [Lead, kindly Light, amid the encircling gloom] (Yattendon No. 11) -- [Lead me, almighty Father, Spirit, Son] -- [Let all the world in every corner sing] -- [Let us with a gladsome mind] -- [Light's abode, celestial Salem] / Sarum -- [Light's abode, celestial Salem] / Smart -- [Lo, what a glorious sight appears] -- [Lord, it belongs not to my care] -- [Lord Jesus, think on me] -- [Lord of mercy and of might] (Streatley) -- [Lord of mercy and of might] (Huddersfield) -- [Lord of the worlds above] (Ivybridge) -- [Lord of the worlds above] (Darwall's 148th) -- [Lord, who shall dwell above with Thee] (Eatington) -- [Lord, who shall dwell above with Thee] (Bedford) -- [Love of Love, and Light of Light] -- [Love of the Father, love of God the Son] -- [Much in sorrow, oft in woe] (Ulm) -- [Much in sorrow, oft in woe] (Innocents) -- [My God, how wonderful Thou art] -- [My God, my King, Thy various praise] -- [My soul, praise the Lord!] -- [My soul, repeat His praise] -- [My soul, there is a country] -- [My soul with patience waits] -- [Now thank we all our God] -- [O God, my heart is fixed, 'tis bent] -- [O God, my strength and fortitude] -- [O God of Bethel, by whose hand] (Tara) -- [O God of Bethel, by whose hand] (Hope Bowdler) -- [O God, of good the unfathomed sea] (Bridgewater) -- [O God, of good the unfathomed sea] (Bolton) -- [O King of Kings, before whose throne] -- [O splendour of God's glory bright] / Sarum -- [O splendour of God's glory bright] / Hudson -- [O Thou from whom all goodness flows] (Conventry) -- [O Thou from whom all goodness flows] (Memento Mei, Domine) -- [Oh for a closer walk with God] -- [Oh for a heart to praise my God] (Cheshire) -- [Oh for a heart to praise my God] (Stockton) -- [Oh for a thousand tongues to sing]"@en ;
    schema:description "[To God the only wise] -- [Up to those bright and gladsome hills] -- [We love the place, O God] (Bedminster) -- [We love the place, O God] (Quam Dilecta) -- [What various hindrances we meet] (Rochester) -- [What various hindrances we meet] (Breslau) -- [When all Thy mercies, O my God] (St. Jerome) -- [When all Thy mercies, O my God] (Contemplation) -- [When at Thy footstool, Lord, I bend] -- [When Israel, by divine command] -- [When morning gilds the skies] -- [When our heads are bowed with woe] -- [When shall Thy love constrain] (Bromberg) -- [When shall Thy love constrain] (Aedes Christi) -- [Where high the heavenly temple stands] (Wareham) -- [Where high the heavenly temple stands] (Wells) -- [Who would true valour see] -- [Why should I fear the darkest hour] -- [With glory clad, with strength arrayed] -- [Ye boundless realms of joy] -- [Ye holy Angels bright] (Darwall's 148th) -- [Ye holy Angels bright] (Warsaw) -- [Ye servants of the Lord] (Narenza) -- [Ye servants of the Lord] (Egham) ; Book 4. Latin Hymns. [Iam lucis orto sidere] -- [Ales diei nuntius] -- [Splendor Paternae gloriae] -- [Nox et tenebrae et nubila] -- [Rerum Deus tenax vigor] -- [Olux beata trinitas] -- [Dies irae, dies illa] -- [Adeste, fideles] -- [Corde natus ex parentis ante mundi exordium] -- [Vexilla regis prodeunt] -- [Pange lingua gloriosi proelium certaminis] -- [Alleluia, Alleluia! Finita iam sunt proelia] -- [Veni, creator, Spiritus] -- [Veni, Sancte Spiritus] -- [Pange lingua, gloriosi corporis mysterium] / Mechlin -- [Pange lingua, gloriosi corporis mysterium] / Webbe -- [Adoro te devote, latens deitas] -- [Jesu dulcis memoria] -- [O Quanta qualia sunt illa sabbata] -- [Te Deum Patrem colimus]."@en ;
    schema:description "[Pour out Thy spirit from on high] (Lawes' Psalm 8) -- [Pour out Thy spirit from on high] (Ludborough) -- [Now the labourer's task is o'er] (Bedford Chapel) -- [Now the labourer's task is o'er] (Hazel) -- [Blessed city, heavenly Salem] -- [Jerusalem, that place divine] -- [From Greenland's icy mountains] -- [How beauteous are their feet] -- [Thou, whose almighty word] (Moscow) -- [Thou, whose almighty word] (Serug) -- [Thy kingdom come, O God] -- [Come, ye thankful people, come] (St. George) -- [Come, ye thankful people, come] (Zambesi) -- [We plough the fields, and scatter] -- [Eternal Father, strong to save] -- [All things bright and beautiful] -- [Do no sinful action] -- [Gentle Jesus, meek and mild] -- [Jesu, meek and gentle] -- [Lamb of God, I look to Thee] -- [Lamb of God, my Saviour] -- [Once in royal David's city] -- [The shepherds had an angel] ; Book 3. Hymns for General Use. [A charge to keep I have] (Potsdam) -- [A charge to keep I have] (Bath New) -- [A safe stronghold our God is still] -- [All hail the power of Jesus' name] -- [All people that on earth do dwell] -- [Approach, my soul, the mercy-seat] -- [Arm of the Lord, awake, awake!] -- [Awake, and sing the song] -- [Be Thou our Guardian and our Guide] -- [Be with me, Lord, where'er I go] -- [Before Jehovah's awful throne] -- [Behold, the morning sun] -- [Bless'd are the pure in heart] -- [Children of the heavenly King] -- [Christ hath a garden walled around] -- [Come, let us join our cheerful songs] (Lancaster) -- [Come, let us join our cheerful songs] (Nativity) -- [Come, let us join our friends above] -- [Come, let us to the Lord our God] / Ravenscroft -- [Come, let us to the Lord our God] (St. David's) -- [Come, let us to the Lord our God] (Ireland) -- [Come, oh come in pious lays] -- [Come, O Thou Traveller unknown] -- [Commit thou all thy griefs] / Peirson -- [Commit thou all thy griefs] (Southwell) -- [Crown Him with many crowns] -- [Eternal beam of light divine] -- [Far from my heavenly home] (Yattendon No. 46) -- [Far from my heavenly home] (Lyte) -- [Fight the good fight with all thy might] (Jena) -- [Fight the good fight with all thy might] (Pentecost) -- [Firmly I believe and truly] -- [From all that dwell below the skies] (Old Hundreth) -- [From all that dwell below the skies] (Wareham) -- [From lowest depths of woe] -- [From the deeps of grief and fear] -- [Glorious things of thee are spoken] -- [God moves in a mysterious way] -- [God of mercy, God of grace] -- [Great Shepherd of Thy people, hear] -- [Guide me, O Thou great Jehovah] -- [Happy are they, they that love the Lord] -- [Hark, my soul! It is the Lord] (Crockernwell) -- [Hark, my soul! It is the Lord] (St. Bees) -- [Have mercy, Lord, on me] -- [He that is down needs fear no fall] -- [Hear what God the Lord hath spoken] -- [High in the heavens, eternal God] -- [How are Thy servants blest, O Lord!] -- [How blest is he who ne'er consents]"@en ;
    schema:description "[Come, ye faithful, raise the anthem] (Unser Herrscher) -- [God is ascended up on high] -- [Hail the day that sees him rise] -- [The Lord ascendeth up on high] -- [Thou art gone up on high] -- [Come, Holy Ghost, our souls inspire] -- [Come, Thou holy Paraclete] -- [Creator Spirit, by whose aid] -- [Our blest Redeemer, ere he breathed] -- [When God of old came down from heaven] / Kirby -- [When God of old came down from heaven] / Ravenscroft -- [Bright the vision that delighted] -- [Holy, Holy, Holy! Lord God Almighty] ; Book 2. Hymns for Saints' Days, Sacraments, and Special Occasions. [Captains of the saintly band] -- [Disposer supreme, and judge of the earth] -- [The eternal gifts of Christ the King] (Aeterna Christi Munera) -- [The eternal gifts of Christ the King] (Berkshire) -- [Exalted high at God's right hand] -- [For all the saints who from their labors rest] (Atonement) -- [For all the saints who from their labors rest] (Pro Omnibus Sanctis) -- [Give me the wings of faith, to rise] -- [How bright these glorious spirits shine!] (Liverpool) -- [How bright these glorious spirits shine!] (Beatitudo) -- [Love, unto thine own who camest] -- [Oh what, if we are Christ's] (Old 134th) -- [Oh what, if we are Christ's] (St. Michael) -- [The Son of God goes forth to war] (St. Anne) -- [The Son of God goes forth to war] (Old 81st) -- [Who are these like stars appearing] -- [All praise be to God, whom all things obey] -- [Stars of the morning, so gloriously bright] -- [Alleluia, sing to Jesus] -- [And now, O Father, mindful of the love] (Song I) -- [And now, O Father, mindful of the love] (Unde et Memores) -- [As pants the hard for cooling streams] (Martyrdom) -- [As pants the hard for cooling streams] (Chichester New) -- [Author of life divine] -- ["Behold the Lamb!"] -- [Bread of the world in mercy broken] (Genevan Psalm 118) -- [Bread of the world in mercy broken] (Glastonbury) -- [Come, dearest Lord, descend and dwell] -- [Come, my Way, my Truth, my Life] -- [Draw nigh, and take the body of the Lord] (Reliance) -- [Draw nigh, and take the body of the Lord] (Refuge) -- [I am not worthy, holy Lord] -- [Jesu, gentlest Saviour] -- [Lo, God is here! Let us adore] -- [Love divine, all loves excelling] (Halton Holgate) -- [Love divine, all loves excelling] (Chichester) -- [My God, and is Thy table spread?] -- [My spirit longeth for Thee] (Lisbon) -- [Cheer up, desponding soul] (St. Quintin) -- [Now, my tongue, the mystery telling] / Mechlin -- [Now, my tongue, the mystery telling] / Harwood -- [O God, unseen, yet ever near] (Old 132nd) -- [O God, unseen, yet ever near] (Irish) -- [O God, unseen, yet ever near] (St. Flavian) -- [O Thou, who camest from above] -- [Once, only once, and once for all] -- [Saviour, and can it be] -- [The King of love my Shepherd is] (Dyfrdwy) -- [The King of love my Shepherd is] (Dominus Regit Me) -- [To Christ, the Prince of Peace] -- [View me, Lord, a work of Thine]"@en ;
    schema:description "[Oh help us, Lord, each hour of need] -- [Oh love, how deep, how broad, how high] (Mach's Mit Mir, Gott, Nach Deiner Gut') -- [Oh love, how deep, how broad, how high] (O Amor Quam Exstaticus) -- [Oh, what their joy and their glory must be] (O Quanta Qualia) -- [Oh, what their joy and their glory must be] (Bampton) -- [Oh worship the King, all-glorious above] -- [Our God, our help in ages past] -- [Pleasant are Thy courts above] -- [Pour down Thy spirit, gracious Lord] -- [Praise, my soul, the King of heaven] (St. Thomas) -- [Praise, my soul, the King of heaven] (Praise my Soul) -- [Praise the Lord, his glories show] -- [Praise the Lord, ye heavens, adore him] -- [Praise to the Holiest in the height] (Richmond) -- [Praise to the Holiest in the height] (Gerontius) -- [Praise to the Holiest in the height] (Hebdomadal) -- [Prepared the trumpet's call to greet] -- [Put thou thy trust in God] (Bowden) -- [Put thou thy trust in God] (Leipzig) -- [Quiet, Lord, my forward heart] -- [Rejoice, the Lord is King] (Gopsal) -- [Rejoice, the Lord is King] (Harewood) -- [Rise, O my soul, with thy desires to heaven] -- [Rock of Ages, cleft for me] (St. Austin) -- [Rock of Ages, cleft for me] (Redhead No. 76) -- [Shepherd divine, our wants relieve] -- [Shine on our souls, eternal God] / Tomkins -- [Shine on our souls, eternal God] / Hopkins -- [Soldiers of Christ, arise] -- [Soldiers, who are Christ's below] -- [Sometimes a light surprises] (Schwyz) -- [Sometimes a light surprises] (St. Catharine) -- [Stand up, and bless the Lord] -- [The Church's one foundation] -- [The God of Abraham praise] -- [The God of love my Shepherd is] (Abbey) -- [The God of love my Shepherd is] (Yattendon Psalm 23) -- [The head that once was crowned with thorns] (Yattendon No. 15) -- [The head that once was crowned with thorns] (St. Magnus) -- [The heaven of heavens cannot contain] -- [The Lord my pasture shall prepare] -- [The Lord will happiness divine] -- [The spacious firmament on high] (Kensington) -- [The spacious firmament on high] (Almondsbury New) -- [The world can neither give nor take] -- [The world is very evil] -- [Brief life is here our portion] (Jabes) -- [Brief life is here our portion] (Hic Breve Vivitur) -- [Brief life is here our portion (St. Alphege) -- [For thee, O dear dear country] -- [Jerusalem the golden] -- [There is a blessed home] (Annue Christe) -- [There is a blessed home] (Hawarden) -- [There is a book, who runs may read] (St. Flavian) -- [There is a book, who runs may read] (Lincoln) -- [There is a land of pure delight] -- [There is a stream, which issues forth] -- [Thou art my Life, if Thou but turn away] -- [Thou art the Way, to Thee alone] -- [Thou hidden love of God, whose height] -- [Thou, Lord, by strictest search hast known] -- [Thou, whom chiefest I desire] -- [Through all the changing scenes of life] -- [Through the night of doubt and sorrow] -- [Throw away thy rod] -- [To bless Thy chosen race]"@en ;
    schema:description "Book 1. Hymns for Times and Seasons. [Awake, my soul, and with the sun] -- [Glory to Thee, who safe hast kept] -- [At Thy feet, O Christ, we lay] -- [Christ, whose glory fills the skies] (Ratisbon) -- [Christ, whose glory fills the skies] (Demmin) -- [Forth in Thy name, O Lord, I go] -- [God of the morning, at whose voice] -- [New every morning is the love] -- [Now that the daylight fills the sky] / Harwood -- [Now that the daylight fills the sky] / Bishop -- [Ye that have spent the silent night] -- [Up to the throne of God is borne] -- [Abide with me, fast falls the eventide] (Orisons) -- [Abide with me, fast falls the eventide] (Eventide) -- [All praise to him who dwells in bliss] -- [All praise to Thee, my God, this night] -- [And now the wants are told that brought] (Weybridge) -- [And now the wants are told that brought] (Brighton) -- [As now the sun's declining rays] (St. Peter) -- [As now the sun's declining rays] (Durham) -- [At even, ere the sun was set] -- [Behold the sun, that seemed but now] -- [Darkening night the land doth cover] -- [Glory to Thee, in light arrayed] -- [God, that madest earth and heaven] (Bury) -- [God, that madest earth and heaven] (Nutfield) -- [Light of gladness, beam divine] -- [Lord, now the time returns] -- [Now the day is over] (Eudoxia) -- [Now the day is over] (Giloba) -- [O Strength and Stay upholding all creation] (L'Omnipotent) -- [O Strength and Stay upholding all creation] (Strength and Stay) -- [Our day of praise is done] -- [Saviour, again to Thy dear name we raise] (Pax Dei) -- [Saviour, again to Thy dear name we raise] (Ellingham) -- [Sun of my soul, Thou Saviour dear] (Abends) -- [Sun of my soul, Thou Saviour dear] (Hursley) -- [Sun of my soul, Thou Saviour dear] (Winscott) -- [Sweet Saviour, bless us ere we go] -- [The day is past and over] -- [The day Thou gavest, Lord, is ended] (Grace Dieu) -- [The day Thou gavest, Lord, is ended] (St. Clement) -- [The day, O Lord, is spent] -- [The night is come, like to the day] -- [The radiant morn hath passed away] (Time) -- [The radiant morn hath passed away] (St. Gabriel) -- [The sun is sinking fast] -- [Through the day Thy love hath spared us] (Wurzen) -- [Through the day Thy love hath spared us] (Dretzel) -- [Behold we come, dear Lord, to Thee] -- [My Lord, my Love, was crucified] -- [In this day, the first of days] -- [Sweet is the work, my God, my King] -- [This day the first of days was made] -- [For Thy mercy and Thy grace] -- [Come, Thou long-expected Jesus] (Clevedon) -- [Come, Thou long-expected Jesus] (Hyfrydol) -- [Day of wrath! Oh day of mourning!] / Celano -- [Day of wrath! Oh day of mourning!] / Wesley -- [Great God, what do I see and hear] -- [Hail to the Lord's Anointed] -- [Hark, an awful voice is sounding] -- [Hark, the glad sound! The Saviour comes] -- [Lo, from the desert homes] -- [Lo! He comes with clouds descending] -- [Oh quickly come, dread Judge of all] -- [On Jordan's bank the Baptist's cry]"@en ;
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