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The Missouri Harmony or a choice collection of psalm tunes, hymns, and anthems

Committee Chair: Karen J. Isbell
Publisher: Wings of Song, St. Louis, 2005
Notes: Copyright 2005 by the Missouri Historical Society Press; Distributed by University of Missouri Press; Wings of Song is the not-for-profit corporation of the St. Louis Shape-Note Singers. See notes to hymnal MHOC1846 for more information.
#TextTuneText InfoTune InfoTextScorePage ScanAudio
1Sweet is the work, My God my KingROCKBRIDGETune Info
2Come, children, learn to fear the LordROCHESTERTune Info
3Look from on high, great God, and seeNEW HUNDREDTune Info
4Once more my soul the rising dayCONSOLATION
5Show pity Lord, O Lord forgiveSUPPLICATION
6Lord, what is man, poor feeble manDUBLIN
7Why do we mourn departing friendsNEW ORLEANS
8Return, O God of love, returnGEORGIA
9Come humble sinner, in whose breast a thousand thoughts revolveSALVATION
10Hail sovereign love that first beganHIDING PLACE
11Teach me the measure of my daysSUFFIELD
12Arise my tender thoughts ariseTENDER THOUGHT
13With cheerful notes let all the earthST. MARTINS
14Death, what a solemn word to all!LIBERTY HALL
15How firm a foundation, ye saints of the LordSOLICITUDE
16O thou in whose presence my soul takes delightDAVIS
17On Jordan's stormy banks I standCANAAN
18O, when shall I see JesusCONQUERING SOLDIER
19Why should vain mortals tremble at the sight of Death and destructionBUNKER HILL
20Lo what an entertaining sightUNION
21Behold the man three score and ten, upon a dying bedSUTTON
22My God, my life, my loveIDUMEA
23Let Zion and her sons rejoiceBETHEL
24Thus saith the mercy of the LordROCKINGHAM
25In vain the wealthy mortals toilMELINDA
26Twas on that dark, that doleful nightSOLEMNITY
27Awake my heart, arise my tongueBRAY
28With joy the people standGOLDEN HILL
29Father, I long, I faint to seeFIDUCIA
30How condescending and how kindCONDESCENSION
31REFLECTION
32SOLITUDE IN THE GROVE
33TRIBULATION
34AMANDA
35GLASGOW
36SOPHRONIA
37NEW MONMOUTH
38ELYSIUM
39HYMN TO THE TRINITY
40DALSTON
41WESLEY
42MORALITY
43SICILIAN MARINER'S HYMN
44VERSAILLES
45CAPTAIN KIDD
46GANGES
47THE LEPEROUS MAN
48BOURBON
49PORTUGAL
50WORTHINGTON
51PARIS
52KINGSTON
53FUNERAL THOUGHT
54NEW SALEM
55BRIDGETOWN
56WINDSOR
57MARLBOROUGH
58WINCHESTER
59WORSHIP
60MANSFIELD
61YORK
62BATH
63QUERCY
64LONDON NEW
65DEFENCE
66HEAVENLY SPARK
67HALLELUJAH
68NEW DURHAM
69GREENFIELD
70MONTAGUE
71NEWPORT (First)
72WILLIAMSTOWN
73MIDDLETOWN
74FRIENDSHIP (First)
75GRAFTON
76DOVER
77PENNSYLVANIA
78BABYLONIAN CAPTIVITY
79JERUSALEM
80WESTMINSTER
81LIVONIA
82FRIENDSHIP (Second)
83MEDITATION
84SOLITUDE NEW
85SAINTS REPOSE
86SPRING
87MOUNT CALVARY
88NEW-FIFTIETH
89TILDEN
90PARADISE
91PSALM FORTY-SIXTH
92HARPETH
93COLUMBIA
94PASTORAL ELEGY
95FORSTER
96HERMIT
97NEW JERUSALEM
98AUTUMN
99HARTFORD
100MORTALITY

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