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The Little Minstrel: a collection of songs and music, with lessons of instruction, mathematicall arranged plan of notation

Editor: A. D. Fillmore, C.L. Fillmore
Publisher: R. W. Carroll & Co., Cincinnati, 1867
Language: English
Notes: These hymns are numbered by the page numbers.
#TextTuneText InfoTune InfoTextScorePage ScanAudio
21Come, come, come to the SaviorPage Scan
22In the name of God advancing Sow thy seedPage Scan
23Am I a soldier of the crossPage Scan
24We speak of the realms of the blestPage Scan
25Hail to the brightness of Zion's glad morningPage Scan
26Just as I am, without one pleaPage Scan
27Sinners, say, will you goPage Scan
28On this holy Lord's dayPage Scan
29There's a region above, free from sin and temptationPage Scan
30A beautiful land by faith I seePage Scan
32I will ever cling to JesusPage Scan
33Come, children, come to the Sunday schoolPage Scan
34Is Jesus a shepherdPage Scan
35Finish thy work, the time is shortPage Scan
36How sweet will be our restPage Scan
37Beautiful Zion, built above; Beautiful city that I lovePage Scan
38Eternal source of every joyPage Scan
39O tempt me notPage Scan
40Be not swift to take offensePage Scan
42Jesus has said to onePage Scan
44We are on our journey home, Where Christ our LordPage Scan
45There is a land of pure delight, Where saints immortal reignPage Scan
46We are going home, we've had visionsPage Scan
47A home in heaven, what a joyful thoughtPage Scan
47bO for a thousand tongues to sing my great [dear] Redeemer's praisePage Scan
47cFrom whence doth [does] this [the] union arisePage Scan
48As lightly and sweetly we treadPage Scan
49Return, O wanderer, return [Return, return, now wanderer]Page Scan
50If you cannot in the pulpitPage Scan
52Buttercups and daisiesPage Scan
53Shout the tidings of salvationPage Scan
54Know ye that better landPage Scan
55Here we are but straying pilgrimsPage Scan
56The Sunday school that blessed placePage Scan
57Who shall sing if not the childrenPage Scan
58Morn amid the mountainsPage Scan
59What a mercy, what a treasurePage Scan
60How beauteous is the earthPage Scan
61I want to be an angel, and with the angels standPage Scan
62In that world of ancient storyPage Scan
63Christ loved little childrenPage Scan
64Jerusalem, my happy homePage Scan
65Soon as the morn with rosesPage Scan
66There is a better world, they sayPage Scan
67As down the stream of timePage Scan
68Jerusalem, my glorious homePage Scan
69On the mountain [mountain's] top appearingPage Scan
70Beautiful, sublime, and gloriousPage Scan
71She hath gone to the Christian's land of restPage Scan
72The Bible reveals a glorious landPage Scan
74When I can read my title clearPage Scan
75O the shadows, beautifulPage Scan
76We are joyously voyagingPage Scan
78O Jesus, delight of my soul My Savior, my Shepherd divinePage Scan
79Have you heard, have you heard of that [the] sun-bright [heavenly] climePage Scan
80Listen to a joyous strainPage Scan
81Hark, the morning bells are ringing Children, haste without delayPage Scan
82To God, the mighty Lord, your joyful thanks repeatPage Scan
83The earth hath treasures fair and brightPage Scan
84How pleasant thus to dwell belowPage Scan
85While we through this valleyPage Scan
86I praised the earth in beauty seen [green]Page Scan
87Children lift your voices highPage Scan
88I am a stranger here, no home, no restPage Scan
89With tearful eyes I look aroundPage Scan
90List, to the dreamy tone that dwellsPage Scan
92There is a rest for the weary SoldierPage Scan
93What if a little ray of lightPage Scan
94Come to the Sunday SchoolPage Scan
94bJesus, Lord to thee I comePage Scan
95Come, children, come childrenPage Scan
96O'er the [those] gloomy hills of darknessPage Scan
97We are on the ocean sailingPage Scan
98Bring me forth the cup of goldPage Scan
99From the court to the cottagePage Scan
100"Mid pleasures and palaces though we may roamPage Scan
101See, now it is the hourPage Scan
102We come with joy and gladnessPage Scan
103Yes, our Shepherd leads with gentle handPage Scan
104Our youthful hearts for learning burnPage Scan
105I love to sing when I am gladPage Scan
106I remember a lessonPage Scan
107Why, ah why, my heart, this sadnessPage Scan
108O what a lovely thing it is to learn to singPage Scan
109It takes a very humblePage Scan
110With joy we meetPage Scan
111Patience is an angel spiritPage Scan
112When the winter wind whistlesPage Scan
113Lovely Lord's day morningPage Scan
114The lark sits highPage Scan
115God of my life, my morning songPage Scan
116Are you marching, patient, marchingPage Scan
118Come and be a ChristianPage Scan
120Now I have found a friendPage Scan
121Songs of praise awoke [awake] the mornPage Scan
122When the morn of life is beaminPage Scan
124Come join us, companionsPage Scan
125Come come alongPage Scan
125bSchool is begun, so come every onePage Scan
126In this glad employPage Scan

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