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Church Chorals and Choir Studies

Editor: R. Storrs Willis
Publisher: Clark, Austin & Smith, New York, 1850
Language: English
Notes: Numbering is by page number.
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19Stand up, my soul, shake off thy fearsTRENTONPage Scan
20Show pity Lord, O Lord, forgiveCONTRITIONPage Scan
21The billows swell, the winds are highNORFOLKPage Scan
22While life prolongs its precious lightWESTBURYPage Scan
23O deem not they are blest aloneNAZARETHPage Scan
24Another six days' work is doneSABBATHPage Scan
25How pleasant, how divinely fairZIONPage Scan
26In sleep's serene oblivion laidDAWNPage Scan
27My God, permit me not to beMEDWAYPage Scan
28When in the sultry globe I faintDRESDENPage Scan
29Lord, how delightful 'tis to seeWORSHIPPage Scan
30He reigns, the Lord, the Saviour reignsMONMOUTHPage Scan
31Come hither all ye weary soulsPROMISEPage Scan
32Oft as the bell, with solemn tollPASSING BELLPage Scan
33Before Jehovah's awful throneOLD HUNDREDPage Scan
34When gathering clouds around I viewADVERSITYPage Scan
36Say, how may earth and heaven uniteELLENTHORPEPage Scan
37At anchor laid, remote from homeEFFINGHAMPage Scan
38Sleep, downy sleep, come, close my eyesREPOSEPage Scan
39Glory to thee, my God, this nightEVENING HYMNPage Scan
40Death, like an overflowing streamMORTALITYPage Scan
41Great God, to thee my evening songPORTUGALPage Scan
42Return, my roving heart, return[Return, my roving heart, return]Page Scan
43Saviour, when night involves the skies[Saviour, when night involves the skies]Page Scan
44Thine earthly Sabbaths, Lord we love[Thine earthly Sabbaths, Lord we love]Page Scan
45Praise ye the Lord, let praise employ[Praise ye the Lord, let praise employ]Page Scan
46Thou Framer of the light and dark[Thou Framer of the light and dark]Page Scan
47Now to the Lord a noble song[Now to the Lord a noble song]Page Scan
48No more, my God, I boast no more[No more, my God, I boast no more]Page Scan
49Asleep in Jesus, blessed sleep[Asleep in Jesus, blessed sleep]Page Scan
50Awake my soul, and with the sun[Awake my soul, and with the sun]Page Scan
51I send the joys of earth away[I send the joys of earth away]Page Scan
52With all my powers of heart and tongue[With all my powers of heart and tongue]Page Scan
53Why should we start and fear to die[Why should we start and fear to die]Page Scan
54He lives, the great Redeemer lives[He lives, the great Redeemer lives]Page Scan
55My God, in whom are all the springs[My God, in whom are all the springs]Page Scan
56Stay, thou insulted Spirit, stay![Stay, thou insulted Spirit, stay!]Page Scan
57Thine earthly Sabbaths, Lord, we love[Thine earthly Sabbaths, Lord, we love]Page Scan
58Why will ye waste on trifling cares[Why will ye waste on trifling cares]Page Scan
59When marshalled on the nightly plain[When marshalled on the nightly plain]Page Scan
60When, streaming from the eastern skies[When, streaming from the eastern skies]Page Scan
62O God, our help in ages pastLONDONPage Scan
63Let not despair nor fell revengeDUNDEEPage Scan
64O Thou from whom all goodness flowsCANTERBURYPage Scan
65O 'twas a joyful sound to hearMEARPage Scan
66Lord, in the morning thou shalt hearNOTTINGHAMPage Scan
67When all thy mercies, O my GodSTEPHENSPage Scan
68God of my life, look gently downBANGORPage Scan
69Again the Lord of life and lightST. ANN'SPage Scan
70Behold thy waiting servant, LordST. AUSTINPage Scan
71In all my vast concerns with theeFERRYPage Scan
72My Shepherd will supply my needRELIANCEPage Scan
73What though no flowers the fig tree flotheHAARLEMPage Scan
74That awful day will surely comeELGINPage Scan
75When rising from the bed of deathST. MARY'SPage Scan
76O Head! with bruise and blood profaned![O Head! with bruise and blood profaned!]Page Scan
78O for a closer walk with GodBURFORDPage Scan
79Once more, my soul, the rising dayCOLCHESTERPage Scan
80The Saviour hanging on the treePOLANDPage Scan
81On thee, each morning, O my GodASPIRATIONPage Scan
82The Lord, our God, is full of mightSWANWICKPage Scan
83As pants the hart for cooling streamsEUSTOSPage Scan
84My Shepherd will supply my needMEDFIELDPage Scan
85Why should we mourn departing friendsCHINAPage Scan
86Our sins, alas! how strong they be!TUNBRIDGEPage Scan
88I'm not ashamed to own my God[I'm not ashamed to own my God]Page Scan
90There is a land of pure delight[There is a land of pure delight]Page Scan
91Awake, my soul, stretch every nerve[Awake, my soul, stretch every nerve]Page Scan
92By cool Siloam's shady rill[By cool Siloam's shady rill]Page Scan
93See Israel's gentle shepherd stand[See Israel's gentle shepherd stand]Page Scan
94Stern winter throws his icy chains[Stern winter throws his icy chains]Page Scan
95Come, humble sinner, in whose breast[Come, humble sinner, in whose breast]Page Scan
96When verdure clothes the fertile vale[When verdure clothes the fertile vale]Page Scan
98Jesus, I love thy charming name[Jesus, I love thy charming name]Page Scan
99When I can read my title clear[When I can read my title clear]Page Scan
100All hail the great Immanuel's name[All hail the great Immanuel's name]Page Scan
102Jesus, the only thought of Thee[Jesus, the only thought of Thee]Page Scan
103Exalt the Lord of GodBLANDENBURGPage Scan
104The Lord my Shepherd isPADDINGTONPage Scan
105Did Christ o'er sinners weepST. BRIDE'SPage Scan
106How beauteous are their feetSWABIAPage Scan
107Like sheep we went astraySOUTHWELLPage Scan
108Is this the kind returnLUDLOWPage Scan
109Come, ye that love the LordNARENZAPage Scan
110When overwhelmed with griefDUNBARPage Scan
111Thy name, Almighty LordST. THOMASPage Scan
112O where shall rest be foundGORTONPage Scan
113How gentle God's commands[How gentle God's commands]Page Scan
114If, through unruffled seas[If, through unruffled seas]Page Scan
115Sweet is the work, O Lord[Sweet is the work, O Lord]Page Scan
116Ah how shall fallen man[Ah how shall fallen man]Page Scan
117The Spirit in our hearts[The Spirit in our hearts]Page Scan
118My soul, repeat His praise[My soul, repeat His praise]Page Scan
119O cease, my wandering soul[O cease, my wandering soul]Page Scan
120A charge to keep I have[A charge to keep I have]Page Scan
121Come sound his praise abroad[Come sound his praise abroad]Page Scan
122The swift declining day[The swift declining day]Page Scan
123How heavy is the night[How heavy is the night]Page Scan
124My soul be on thy guard[My soul be on thy guard]Page Scan
125Your harps, ye trembling stains[Your harps, ye trembling stains]Page Scan

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