The Hymnal of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America 1940

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1Come, thou long-expected Jesus STUTTGARTPage Scan
2O come, O come, EmmanuelVENI EMMANUELPage Scan
3Wake, awake, for night is flyingSLEEPERS, WAKEPage Scan
4Rejoice, rejoice, believers!GREENLANDTextPage Scan
5aLo! he comes, with clouds descendingST. THOMASTextPage Scan
5bLo! he comes, with clouds descendingHELMSLEYPage Scan
6aCreator of the stars of nightCONDITOR ALME
6bCreator of the stars of nightBRESLAU
7Hark! the glad sound! the Saviour comesBRISTOL
8aO Word, that goest forth on highVERBUM SUPERNUM
8bO Word, that goest forth on highREX GLORIOSE
9Hark! a thrilling voice is soundingMERTON
10On Jordan's bank the Baptist's cryWINCHESTER NEWPage Scan
11The King shall come when morning dawnsST. STEPHENPage Scan
12O come, all ye faithfulADESTE FIDELESPage Scan
13aWhile shepherds watch'd their flocks by nightWINCHESTER OLDPage Scan
13bWhile shepherds watch'd their flocks by nightCAROLPage Scan
14Now yield we thanks and praiseDARMSTADTPage Scan
15Sion, the marvelous story be tellingAVISONPage Scan
16Christians, awake, salute the happy mornYORKSHIREPage Scan
17I know a rose-tree springingROSA MYSTICA
18A great and mighty wonderROSA MYSTICA
19aIt came upon the midnight clearNOELPage Scan
19bIt came upon the midnight clearCAROLPage Scan
20Of the Father's love begottenDIVINUM MYSTERIUMPage Scan
21aO little town of BethlehemFOREST GREENPage Scan
21bO little town of BethlehemST. LOUISPage Scan
22From heaven high I come to youFROM HEAVEN HIGHPage Scan
23Now let us all right merry beFROM HEAVEN HIGHPage Scan
24Calm on the list'ning ear of nightST. AGNESPage Scan
25Break forth, O beauteous heav'nly lightSCHOP
26Sing, O sing, this blessed mornENGLAND'S LANEPage Scan
27Hark! the herald angels singMENDELSSOHNPage Scan
28Angels from the realms of gloryREGENT SQUAREPage Scan
29aDost thou in a manger lieDIES EST LAETITIAEPage Scan
29bDost thou in a manger lieMAUBURNPage Scan
30The first Nowell the angel did sayTHE FIRST NOWELLPage Scan
31Good Christian men, rejoiceIN DULCI JUBILOPage Scan
32All my heart this night rejoicesEBELINGPage Scan
33Silent night, holy nightHOLY NIGHT
34Unto us a boy is born!PUER NOBIS NASCITUR
35He whom joyous shepherds praisedQUEM PASTORES
36What child is this, who, laid to restGREENSLEEVESPage Scan
37Gentle Mary laid her childWEIMARPage Scan
38Here betwixt ass and oxen mildGEVAERTPage Scan
39A babe lies in the cradleCORNERPage Scan
40God rest you merry, gentlemenGOD REST YOU MERRYPage Scan
41The snow lay on the groundVENITE ADOREMUSPage Scan
42Angels we have heard on highGLORIA
43Away in a manger, no crib for his bedCRADLE SONG
44In the bleak midwinterCRANHAM
45Joseph dearest, Joseph mineRESONET IN LAUDIBUSPage Scan
46aBrightest and best of the sons of the morningMORNING STARPage Scan
46bBrightest and best of the sons of the morningSTEWART
47What star is this, with beams so brightPUER NOBISPage Scan
48Earth has many a noble citySTUTTGARTPage Scan
49From the eastern mountainsVALOURPage Scan
50aSaw you never, in the twilightCHARTRESPage Scan
50bSaw you never, in the twilightTHE WISE MENPage Scan
51We three kings of Orient areTHREE KINGS OF ORIENTPage Scan
52As with gladness men of oldDIXPage Scan
53Songs of thankfulness and praiseSALZBURGPage Scan
54Alleluia, song of gladnessDULCE CARMENPage Scan
55Forty days and forty nightsHEINLEINPage Scan
56Kind Maker of the world, O hearJESU DULCIS MEMORIA
57aLord, in this thy mercy's dayHOLY GHOSTPage Scan
57bLord, in this thy mercy's dayST. PHILIPPage Scan
58Weary of earth, and laden with my sinLANGRANPage Scan
59Lord, who throughout these forty daysST. FLAVIANPage Scan
60With broken heart and contrite sighBABYLON'S STREAMSPage Scan
61The glory of these forty daysSPIRESPage Scan
62Thou art the King of israelST. THEODULPHPage Scan
63aThe royal banners forward goVEXILLA REGIS
63bThe royal banners forward goPARKER
64aRide on, ride on in majestyTHE KING'S MAJESTYPage Scan
64bRide on, ride on in majestyWINCHESTER NEWPage Scan
64cRide on, ride on in majestyST. DROSTANEPage Scan
65aThere is a green hill far awayHORSLEYPage Scan
65bThere is a green hill far awayMEDITATIONPage Scan
66Sing, my tongue, the glorious battlePANGE LINGUA
67See the destined day arise!HALLE
68Alone thou goest forth, O LordBANGOR
69Drop, drop, slow tears And bathe those beauteous feetSONG 46
70Go to dark GethsemanePETRAPage Scan
71aAh, holy Jesus, how hast thou offendedHERZLIEBSTER JESUPage Scan
71bAh, holy Jesus, how hast thou offendedECCE JAM NOCTISPage Scan
72Sweet the moments, rich in blessingBATTYPage Scan
73O thou, who through this holy weekWETHERBYPage Scan
74O come and mourn with me awhileST. CROSSPage Scan
75O sacred head, sore woundedPASSION CHORALEPage Scan
76aAt the cross her station keepingMAINZPage Scan
76bAt the cross her station keepingSTABAT MATER Page Scan
77His are the thousand sparkling rillsISLEWORTHPage Scan
78It is finished! Christ hath knownSEBASTIANPage Scan
79When our heads are bowed with woeST. PRISCAPage Scan
80Were you there when they crucified my Lord?WERE YOU THEREPage Scan
81Sunset to sunrise changes nowKEDRON
82aJesus, in thy dying woesSWEDISH LITANYPage Scan
82bJesus, in thy dying woesTON-MÂNPage Scan
83O sorrow deep!O TRAURIGKEIT

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