Hymns of the Russian Church: being translations, centos, and suggestions from the Greek office books with an introduction

Author: John Brownlie, D.d.
Publisher: Humphrey Milford/ Oxford University Press, London, 1920
Language: English
Notes: Numbering is by the page number the hymn starts on, if there is more than one hymn on a page, letters are added to the numbers.
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1The rosy-fingered dawn appearsTextPage Scan
2Triple beam of gloryTextPage Scan
3The morning breaks, I place my hand in ThineTextPage Scan
4When the morning from the skiesTextPage Scan
5The Morning dawns; on gilded heightTextPage Scan
6All glorious, see, the morning breaksTextPage Scan
7Our hearts to heaven upraisingTextPage Scan
8aNow glows the morn in beauty rareTextPage Scan
8bMorn awakes, behold the gloryTextPage Scan
9See, in the darkness, the dawn is awakingTextPage Scan
10Now the sun at noon of dayTextPage Scan
11When darkness falls, and night is hereTextPage Scan
12The sun has reached his western goalTextPage Scan
13aUp rose the morn behind the hillsTextPage Scan
13bBehold the Bridegroom comethTextPage Scan
15Light upon our gloom arisingTextPage Scan
16The King is on His journeyTextPage Scan
17Gladness fills the world this mornTextPage Scan
18Hail the morn! Let praises cheerfulTextPage Scan
19Now the King immortalTextPage Scan
20Behold the King of Zion ridesTextPage Scan
21Strew palms, strew palms upon the wayTextPage Scan
22Watch with Me, the Master saidTextPage Scan
23Within the garden's sombre shadeTextPage Scan
24The solemn feast was spentTextPage Scan
25To-day a wonder we beholdTextPage Scan
26Before Thy Cross we take our placeTextPage Scan
27Wherefore on the Cross upliftedTextPage Scan
28O Wounded hands and feet!TextPage Scan
29O darkest night that ever fell!TextPage Scan
30O bleeding heart, look up, beholdTextPage Scan
31Heavy laden with thy griefTextPage Scan
32aThou One-begotten SonTextPage Scan
32bWatchman from the height beholdingTextPage Scan
33Our evening prayers attendTextPage Scan
34Lo, He is dead! The suffering Christ is deadTextPage Scan
35Morning awakes, and morn awaking singsTextPage Scan
36In the dark of early mornTextPage Scan
37Sleepers awake! the night's long reign is pastTextPage Scan
38aLight, ere the dawn in beauty brokeTextPage Scan
38bAwake, arise, and greet the dawning dayTextPage Scan
39Christ hath left the dismal tombTextPage Scan
40The gate of life stands wideTextPage Scan
41Hail, rising morn! for He hath risenTextPage Scan
42Crown the Lord of gloryTextPage Scan
43aHail the morn, with gladness crownedTextPage Scan
43bLight more glorious than the sunTextPage Scan
44At early dawn, with pious thoughtTextPage Scan
45Glorious to our watching eyesTextPage Scan
46Hail the Resurrection dayTextPage Scan
47Light is dawning 'mong the hillsTextPage Scan
48Awake! the morn is hereTextPage Scan
49aMorn of beauty, joyous mornTextPage Scan
49bOpen wide the gate of heavenTextPage Scan
51aLord, Thou art lifted very highTextPage Scan
51bWhen the Christ, His mission endedTextPage Scan
52Lift up the gatesTextPage Scan
53He Who made the earth His homeTextPage Scan
54Borne on the wings of lightTextPage Scan
56aBorne on the clouds the Christ aroseTextPage Scan
56bCome, Holy Ghost, in mightTextPage Scan
57Like the beams that from the sunTextPage Scan
58The promise which the Saviour madeTextPage Scan
59Come, ye people, come, adore HimTextPage Scan
60O Holy Spirit, one in powerTextPage Scan
61Thou Spirit of Almighty GodTextPage Scan
62O Holy Ghost, Thou Lord of LightTextPage Scan
63Ah, the trembling of that dayTextPage Scan
64I cannot lift mine eyesTextPage Scan
65aMy heart was sad because of sinTextPage Scan
65bO, I have wandered farTextPage Scan
66Lord, I have strayed afarTextPage Scan
67O Jesus, Lord of mercy greatTextPage Scan
68I lift my hands, and with my heartTextPage Scan
69Now with my weeping would I cleanse my soulTextPage Scan
70aI will arise and seek Thy faceTextPage Scan
70bForgive me, Lord, my wayward willTextPage Scan
71I have no tears to shedTextPage Scan
72Have pity, Lord, for Thou art greatTextPage Scan
73My sin was very greatTextPage Scan
74O, touch my heart, and bring to mindTextPage Scan
75aO Jesus, Trust of needy soulsTextPage Scan
75bTeach me Thy gracious willTextPage Scan
76This be our prayer, O Saviour of our soulsTextPage Scan
77I lift my heart to TheeTextPage Scan
78O God of light, when morn awakesTextPage Scan
79Lord of the hills, where earliest dawn appearsTextPage Scan
80Thou art my Hope, O Christ my LordTextPage Scan
81aThou art my strength, O God my LordTextPage Scan
81bAsk, and thy prayer with arrow's speedTextPage Scan
82O Christ, Thou art my KingTextPage Scan
83O God, in mercy hearTextPage Scan
84It is not lost what I have givenTextPage Scan
85O Lord of life, when mortals callTextPage Scan
86O Light of lights! when other light is fadingTextPage Scan
87I mused within my heartTextPage Scan
88Have faith in God, the Master saidTextPage Scan
89O Lord of peace, in mercy hearTextPage Scan
90Lord, let our evening prayer ascendTextPage Scan
91When glory crowned the mountain topTextPage Scan

[This hymnal has not been proofed - data may be incomplete or incorrect]
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