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The New Harp of Columbia, Restored Edition

Editor: Marcus Lafayette Swan, W. H. Swan
Publisher: The University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville, 2001
Notes: This "Restored Edition" contains (in an appendix) 36 tunes from the 1848 "Harp of Columbia" that were replaced when the New Harp of Columbia came out in 1867 (see pp. 226-7).
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11Before Jehovah's awful throneOLD HUNDRED
12Come, ye who love the LordALBION
13Blest be the dear uniting loveREFLECTION
14In God's own house pronounce his praiseMEAR
15Why should we start and fear to die?PROSPECT
16How tedious and tasteless the hoursGREENFIELDS
17As on the cross the Saviour hungNEWPORT
18Broad is the road that leads to deathWINDHAM
19Ye nations round the earth rejoiceWELLS
20tThe heav'ns declare thy glory, LordUXBRIDGE
20bThus far the Lord hath led me onHEBRON
21tThy praise, O Lord, shall tune the lyreROCKINGHAM
21bOh, praise the Lord in that blest placeMENDON
22tYe Christian heroes, go proclaimMISSIONARY CHANT
22bHow sweet the light of Sabbath eveORFORD
23tAwake, my tongue, thy tribute bringDANVERS
23bLord, when thou didst ascend on highDUKE STREET
24Come, humble sinner, in whose breastSALVATION
25My Saviour and my King, Thy beauties are divineNINETY-THIRD
26On Jordan's stormy banks I standERIN
27tJesus, Master, hear me nowTHEY THAT CONQUER
27bSwell the anthem, raise the songCHORAL SONG
28tAwake, my soul, to joyful laysLOVING-KINDNESS
28bFather of mercies, God of loveMAYSVILLE
29tWatchman, tell us of the nightCONVOY
29bCome, ye disconsolate, where'er ye languishCOME, YE DISCONSOLATE
30Glorious things of thee are spokenSION'S SECURITY
31My country! 'tis of theeNATIVE COUNTRY
32The time is swiftly rolling onFAREWELL
33tWhy should the children of a KingEBENEZER
33bO for a thousand tongues to singHOLSTON
34tTriumphant Zion, lift thy headANVERN
34bSoon may the last glad song ariseMIGDOL
35When I can read my title clearNINETY-FIFTH
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