The Harmonia Sacra: a compilation of genuine church music : comprising a great variety of metres, harmonized for four voices : together with a copious explication of the principles ...(25th ed.)

Editor: Joseph Funk
Publisher: Good Books, Intercourse, PA, 1993
Denomination: Mennonite Church USA
Language: English
Notes: This is the 25th edition of what began as Funk's "Genuine Church Music" in 1832. It contains 328 pages of 7-shape and 18 pages of 4-shape songs, and 52 pages of prefatory Rudiments.
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53To God, the Great, the ever bless'dOLD HUNDREDText
54ANow let our souls on wings sublimeNEWRYText
54BBroad is the road that leads to deathWINDHAMText
55AAfflicted saint, to Christ draw nearUXBRIDGE
55BBright as the sun's meridian blazeLUTON
56AHe dies, the Friend of sinners dies!SALEM
56BI send the joys of earth awayBERLIN
57AWhile on the verge of life I standHEAVENLY FLIGHT
57B’Twas on that dark, that doleful nightSOLEMNITY
58AO happy day that fixed my choiceGRAVITY
58BO thou to whose all-searching sightALFRETON
59AWhen I survey the wondrous crossRETIREMENT
59BLo! round the throne at God's right handTAVOY
60AYe nations round the earth, rejoiceWELLS
60BFrom deep distress and troubled thoughtsBOURBON
61AJesus! dear name, how sweet it sounds!HEALING BALM
61BBless, O my soul, the living GodMAGDEBURG
62AYe that pass by, behold the ManKEDRON
62BStand up, my soul, shake off thy fearsHEBRON
63AGive to our God immortal praiseSTERLING
63BArise, my tend'rest thoughts, ariseTENDER THOUGHT
64AHigh in the heav'ns, eternal GodPROVIDENCE
64BWhat happy men or angels theseBREWER
65AOh for a sweet, inspiring rayDEVOTION
65BNo more, dear Savior, will I boastWINCHESTER
66AThro' every age, eternal GodAMANDA
66BHow pleasant and divinely fairADISHAM
67ASinners, oh, why so thoughtless grown?WESTON
67BSweet is the work, my God, my KingROCKBRIDGE
68AWho is this fair One in distressSHOEL
68BShow pity, Lord, O Lord, forgiveSUPPLICATION
69ASoon may the last glad song ariseMIGDOL
69BFrom every stormy wind that blowsRETREAT
70AJesus my Savior, Brother, FriendNEW SABBATH
70BHow lovely, how divinely sweetPORTUGAL
71AHow blest the righteous when he dies!REST
71BThe wond'ring world inquires to knowABINGDON
72AThou whom my soul admires aboveARMLEY
72BIs there a time when moments flowSABBATH EVENING
73AOh! that I could forever dwellWEBER
73BAwake, Jerusalem, awake!ORLAND
74AMy God, accept my early vowsMORNING PSALM
74BGreat God, indulge my humble claimKINGSBRIDGE
75Come gracious Spirit, heavenly DoveBRIDGEWATER
76aThere is a pure and peaceful waveLOUELLA
76bAwake my soul, and with the sunDAWN
77aWhen thickly beat the storms of lifeZELEK
77bHail, Sov'reign love, that first beganHIDING PLACE
78aArise! arise, with joy surveyPARK STREET
78bWhen shall thy lovely face be seen?EFFINGHAM
79aMy God, how endless is thy love!GRATITUDE
79bBlest Jesus, source of grace divineVESTAL
80aBlest are the humble souls that seeDANVERS
80bWhen at this distance, Lord, we traceHAMILTON
81Jesus my Savior, let me beCONFORMITY
82aMy dear Redeemer and my Lord, I readGILGAL
82bThou only Sov'reign of my heartREPOSE
83aSing to the Lord ye distant landsMEAR
83bThe Savior! O what endless charmsBARBY
84aOur of the deeps of long distressDUBLIN
84bShepherd divine, our wants relieveBALERMA
85aYes little flock whom Jesus feedsDUNDEE
85bGod of my life, look gently downCROWLE
86aAm I a soldier of the crossARLINGTON
86bAwake, awake the sacred songDIVINITY
87aDaughter of Zion, from the dustMARLOW
87bHow shall the young secure their heartsWALSAL
88aHow sweet the name of Jesus soundsWARWICK
88bHappy the soul that lives on highWINTER
89aFather! I stretch my hands to theeST. OLAVES
89bWhen languor and disease invadeST. STEPHEN'S
90aBehold the glories of the LambST. MARTIN'S
90bThat awful day will surely comeWINDSOR
91Jerusalem! My happy home, Name everHEAVENLY JERUSALEM
92Come, ye that love the Savior's nameSOLEMN PRAISE
93aFather of mercies, in thy wordSWANWICH
93bI love to steal awhile awayEVENING TWILIGHT
94aI'll bless the Lord from day to dayIRISH
94bMy God, consider my distressISLE OF WIGHT
95aWhat wisdom, majesty, and gracePETERBOROUGH
95bMy Shepherd will supply my needMEDFIELD
96When all thy mercies, O my GodGENEVA
97Joy to the world, the Lord is comeANTIOCH
98aMajestic sweetness sits enthronedORTONVILLE
98bWhy doth the man of riches growBRUNSWICK
99aGod moves in a mysterious wayUNION
99bCome, let us now forget our mirthYOUTHFUL PIETY
100aSing to the Lord, ye heavenly hostsAWFUL MAJESTY
100bThrice happy souls, who, born from heavenDEVIZES
101My God, the Spring of all my joysPARADISE
102aWhile thee I seek, protecting Pow'rAUGUSTA
102bBehold the Savior of mankind, Nail'dASBURY
103Blest Jesus, when my soaring thoughtsPIETY
104aLet Zion and her sons rejoiceBETHEL
104bWith rev'rence let the saints appearFAIRFIELD
105aHow did my heart rejoice to hearCAMBRIDGE
105bThere is a house not made with handsCONDESCENSION
106aI'll speak the honors of my KingHENRY
106bOnce more, my soul, the rising dayCONSOLATION
107With joy we meditate the graceSALFORD

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