The Day School Hymn Book: with tunes (New and enlarged edition)

Editor: Emma Mundella
Publisher: Novello, Ewer & Co., New York / London, 1896
Language: English; French; German; Latin
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1Another day is dawningLINCOLNPage Scan
2Awake, my soul, and with the sunCANONPage Scan
3Forth in thy name, O Lord, I goEISENACHPage Scan
4Lord God of morning and of nightSTOWELLPage Scan
5My Father, for another nightST. BERNARDPage Scan
6The morning, the bright and the beautiful morningLAUDATE, LIBERI, DOMINUMPage Scan
7New every morning is the loveMELCOMBEPage Scan
8Up, now, my soul! 'tis daySIMPLICITASPage Scan
9Abide with me; fast falls the eventideEVENTIDEPage Scan
10All praise to Thee, my God, this nightEVENINGPage Scan
11Christ, Whose glory fills the skiesHEATHLANDPage Scan
12O Light of life, O Saviour dearST. MARY, KILVINGTONPage Scan
13Sun of my soul, Thou Saviour dearHURSLEYPage Scan
14The brightening dawn and voiceful dayEVENSONGPage Scan
15The radiant morn hath passed awayLUX AETERNAPage Scan
16Through the day Thy love has spared usDRETZELPage Scan
17From glory unto glory!STOLA REGNIPage Scan
18Father, let me dedicateGLORIA DEOPage Scan
19The glory of the Spring how sweet!ST. MATTHIASPage Scan
20Summer suns are glowingPRINCETHORPEPage Scan
21The year is swiftly waningST. HUBERTPage Scan
22Now the days are dark and drearyHOPEPage Scan
23We plough the fields and scatterWIR PFLÜGENPage Scan
24Lord, behold us with Thy blessingSTÖRLPage Scan
25Lord, dismiss us with Thy blessingSTÖRLPage Scan
26O perfect Love, all human thought transcendingO PERFECT LOVEPage Scan
27Now the labourer's task is o'erREQUIESCATPage Scan
28Sleep on, beloved, sleep, and take thy restVALE, VALEPage Scan
29All things bless Thee, God most holySONS OF LABOURPage Scan
30All things bright and beautifulST. THEODULPHPage Scan
31Brightly gleams our bannerST. THERESAPage Scan
32Father, lead me day by daySUPPLICATIONPage Scan
33God make my life a little lightEX HUMILIBUS EXCELSAPage Scan
34Holy Spirit! hear usCASWALLPage Scan
35Hour by hour, O gracious LordHOUR BY HOURPage Scan
36Hushed was the evening hymnHUSHED WAS THE EVENING HYMNPage Scan
37Lead us, heavenly FatherBOHEMIAPage Scan
38O Lord of life, for all Thy careELLACOMBEPage Scan
39Stars, that on your wondrous waySTARS, THAT ON YOUR WONDROUS WAYPage Scan
40We are but little children weakALLERHEILIGENPage Scan
41Thou, gracious Lord, our Shepherd artTHE GOOD SHEPHERDPage Scan
42We, O Lord, are little pilgrimsTHE GOLDEN SHOREPage Scan
43All around us, fair with flowers[All around us, fair with flowers]Page Scan
44All before us lies the wayJERSEYPage Scan
45All people that on earth do dwellOLD HUNDREDTHPage Scan
46Before Jehovah's awful throneCAREYPage Scan
47Bright the vision that delightedSTUTTGARDTPage Scan
48Child of the earth! O lift thy glanceLUFFENHAMPage Scan
49Christian, seek not yet reposeVIGILATEPage Scan
50Come to our poor nature's nightCAPETOWNPage Scan
51Come, O come, in pious laysTE DEUM LAUDAMUSPage Scan
52Dayspring of eternal DayTHE LONG HOURSPage Scan
53Dear Lord and Father of mankindDUNELMPage Scan
54Father and Friend! Thy light, Thy loveHURSLEYPage Scan
55Father, I know that all my lifeSELF-SACRIFICEPage Scan
56aFather of all, to TheeWINCOBANKPage Scan
56bFather of all, to TheeBURNHAMPage Scan
57Father, whate'er of earthly blissWILTSHIREPage Scan
58Feeble, helpless, how shall IINNOCENTSPage Scan
59Forward! be our watchwordST. ALBANPage Scan
60For the beauty of the earthCASSELLPage Scan
61Give light, O Lord, that we may learnDONA LUCEMPage Scan
62Give to the winds thy fearsBIDEFORDPage Scan
63Glorious is Thy Name, O LordDIXPage Scan
64God is love; His mercy brightensLOVE DIVINEPage Scan
65God draws a cloud over each gleaming mornHENGWRTPage Scan
66God moves in a mysterious wayLONDON NEWPage Scan
67God scatters love on ev'ry sideST. MARJORYPage Scan
68Gracious Spirit, dwell with me!RATISBONPage Scan
69Gracious Spirit, Holy GhostCHARITYPage Scan
70Hark, my soul! how ev'ry thingROUSDONPage Scan
71Lo, heav'n and earth, and sea and airGILLINGHAMPage Scan
72He liveth long who liveth wellST. CLEMENT'SPage Scan
73How long, O Lord, how long we askST. VINCENTPage Scan
74How shall we worship Thee, O Lord?CONSTANTIAPage Scan
75I do not ask, O Lord, that life may beCARRINGTONPage Scan
76In life's unclouded morningLUX MUNDIPage Scan
77In the cross of Christ I gloryBATTYPage Scan
78Labour ever, late and earlyBETHANYPage Scan
79Lauded be Thy name foreverWEEDINGSHALLPage Scan
80Lead, kindly Light, amid th'encircling gloomLUX BENIGNAPage Scan
81Let us with a joyful mindBE NOT AFRAIDPage Scan
82Lord, give me light to do Thy workST. STEPHENPage Scan
83Lord, we thank Thee for the pleasureBIBERACHPage Scan
84Lord of all being! throned afarLENTONPage Scan
85Members of Christ are weSTAMFORDPage Scan
86My God, how wonderful Thou artWESTMINSTERPage Scan
87My God, my Father, while I strayTROYTE, No. 1Page Scan
88My soul, exalt the Lord with hymns of praise!CONWAYPage Scan
89Now thank we all our GodNUN DANKETPage Scan
90Nearer, my God, to TheeEXCELSIUSPage Scan
91O God of truth, Whose living wordABRIDGEPage Scan
92O God, our help in ages pastST. ANNEPage Scan
93O happy band of pilgrimsKOCHERPage Scan
94O light, whose beams illumine allRESTPage Scan
95O Lord and Master of us allHADDONPage Scan
96O Lord in me there lieth naughtTREBARWITHPage Scan
97O Lord of heav'n, and earth, and seaTARBERTPage Scan
98O my God, I fear Thee!ST. CATHARINEPage Scan
99O praise ye the Lord! Praise Him in the heightHANOVERPage Scan

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