Evangelical Musick: or, The Sacred Minstrel and Sacred Harp United: consisting of a great variety of psalm and hymn tunes, set pieces, anthems, etc. (10th ed)

Editor: J. H. Hickok, Geo. Fleming
Publisher: Redfield & Lindsay (stereotyped by), New York, 1839
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.
#TextTuneText InfoTune InfoTextScorePage ScanAudio
77bWhat shall I render to my GodPage Scan
78O joyful thought! O rapturous sound!Page Scan
79My tho'ts surmount those lower skiesPage Scan
80aCome, let us join our cheerful songsPage Scan
80bLo! what an entertaining sightPage Scan
81aRejoice, ye rigthteous, in the LordPage Scan
81bCome, Lord, and warm each languid heartPage Scan
82Whilst thee I seek, protecting Power!Page Scan
83aMy Saviour, my almighty friendPage Scan
83bThis is the day the Lord hath madePage Scan
84There is a land of pure delightPage Scan
85Jesus, I love thy charming namePage Scan
86aHappy the heart where graces reignPage Scan
86bLet saints on earth their anthems raisePage Scan
87When I can read my title clearPage Scan
87aDeal gently, Lord, with souls sincerePage Scan
88How did my heart rejoice to hearPage Scan
89aI love to steal awhile awayPage Scan
89bI'm not ashamed to own my LordPage Scan
90aI'm not ashamed to own my LordPage Scan
90bWhere'er I turn my gazing eyesPage Scan
91aArise, my soul, my joyful pow'rsPage Scan
91bOur land, O Lord, with songs of praisePage Scan
92aEternal Wisdom! thee we praisePage Scan
92bOn Jordan's stormy banks I standPage Scan
93Sweet was the time, when first I feltPage Scan
94aWhat shall I render to my GodPage Scan
94bForever blessed be the LordPage Scan
95aJoy is a fruit that will not growPage Scan
95bHow sweet and awful is the placePage Scan
96aO Thou, from whom all goodness flowsPage Scan
96bHow sweet the name of Jesus soundsPage Scan
97aSave me, O God; the swelling floodsPage Scan
97bLord, what is man, poor feeble manPage Scan
98aReturn, O God of love, return!Page Scan
98bTo God I made my sorrows knownPage Scan
99aHark! from the tombs, a doleful soundPage Scan
99bLife is a span, a fleeting hourPage Scan
100aNow let our drooping hearts revivePage Scan
100bAnd let this feeble body failPage Scan
101aLet this vain world engage no morePage Scan
101bWhen shall my drooping spirits risePage Scan
102aMust friends and kindred droop and diePage Scan
102bO God of mercy, hear my callPage Scan
103aHelp, Lord, for men of virtue failPage Scan
103bReturn, O God of love, returnPage Scan
104Now let our mourning hearts revivePage Scan
105aLet this vain world engage no morePage Scan
105bO God of mercy, hear my callPage Scan
106aBe thou, O God, exalted highPage Scan
106bLife is the time to serve the LordPage Scan
107In robes of judgment, lo! he comes!Page Scan
108aNow to the Lord a noble songPage Scan
108bThy goodness, Lord, doth crown the yearPage Scan
109aYe nations round the earth, rejoicePage Scan
109bAt anchor laid, remote from homePage Scan
110aHark! how the choral song of heavenPage Scan
110bMy heart is fix'd on thee, my GodPage Scan
111Another six days' work is donePage Scan
112We bless the Lord, the just and goodPage Scan
113We bless the Lord, the just, the goodPage Scan
114aThus far the Lord hath led me onPage Scan
114bLoud, swell the pealing organ's notesPage Scan
115aGreat God, whose universal swayPage Scan
115bThere is a stream whose gentle flowPage Scan
116aGreat Light of life! thou nature's LordPage Scan
116bYe nations round the earth, rejoicePage Scan
117aAt anchor laid, remote from homePage Scan
117bGlory to thee, my God, this nightPage Scan
118The flowery spring at God's commandPage Scan
119Oh, for a sight--a pleasing sightPage Scan
120Up to the hills I lift mine eyesPage Scan
121aThe God of my salvation livesPage Scan
121bSo fades the lovely blooming flow'rPage Scan
122With glory clad--with strength array'dPage Scan
123aAwake, my soul, to hymns of praisePage Scan
123bThe heav'ns declare thy glory, LordPage Scan
124aFor thee, O God, our constant praisePage Scan
124bReturn, my soul, and sweetly restPage Scan
125Ye nations round the earth, rejoicePage Scan
126O render thanks to God abovePage Scan
127aLord, when thou didst ascend on highPage Scan
127bMy dear Redeemer and my LordPage Scan
128aGive to our God immortal praisePage Scan
128bJesus shall reign where'er the sunPage Scan
129aBehold the rose of Sharon, herePage Scan
129bO come, loud anthems let us singPage Scan
130aAgain, my tongue thy silence breakPage Scan
130bThe trump of Israel's jubileePage Scan
131aTo God the great, the ever bless'dPage Scan
131bTo Jesus, our exalted LordPage Scan
132O for a sweet, inspiring rayPage Scan
133aJehovah reigns, enthroned on highPage Scan
133bSay, how may earth and heav'n unitePage Scan
134aWith all my pow'rs of heart and tonguePage Scan
134bPraise ye the Lord, exalt his namePage Scan
135Lord, in thy great, thy glorious namePage Scan
136Great Source of life, our souls confessPage Scan
137aHow sweetly flow'd the gospel's soundPage Scan
137bNow for a tune of lofty praisePage Scan

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