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The New York Choralist: a new and copious collection of Psalm and hymn tunes adapted to all the various metres in general use with a large variety of anthems and set pieces

Editor: T. Hastings, W. B. Bradbury
Publisher: Mark H. Newman & Co., New York, 1847
Language: English
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37Lord, what a heaven of savingPage Scan
38Prayer may be sweet in cottage homesPage Scan
38bLord, 'tis a pleasant thing to standPage Scan
39Show pity Lord, O Lord, forgivePage Scan
39bMy dear Redeemer, and my LordPage Scan
40God of the morning, at whose [thy] voicePage Scan
40bAnother six days' work is donePage Scan
41Lord, thou hast searched, and seen me [us] throughPage Scan
42At God's command, the morning rayPage Scan
42bFrom every stormy wind [sense] that blowsPage Scan
43I send the joys of earth awayPage Scan
44A broken heart, my God, my KingPage Scan
44bSweet is the light of Sabbath evePage Scan
45The tempter to my soul hath saidPage Scan
45bBlest is the man, for ever blestPage Scan
46How sweet the hour of closing dayPage Scan
46bO happy saints that [who] dwell in light [above]Page Scan
46cLoud swell the pealing organ's notesPage Scan
47Friend of the friendless and the faintPage Scan
47bShow pity, Lord, O Lord forgivePage Scan
48Happy the man whose cautious feetPage Scan
48bThe King of saints, how fair his facePage Scan
49Ho, everyone that thirsts, draw nighPage Scan
49bBlest is the man whose heart can movePage Scan
50When sins and fears prevailing risePage Scan
51Jesus, and shall it ever be
51bWhy, on the bending willows hungPage Scan
52Why on the bending willows hungPage Scan
52bMy God, accept my early vowsPage Scan
53Let me but hear my [the] Savior sayPage Scan
53bLord, what a heaven of saving gracePage Scan
54Bless, O my [each] soul, the living GodPage Scan
54bGreat God, attend, while Zion sings [children sing] [here we sing]Page Scan
55Come weary soul [souls] with sin [sins] distressedPage Scan
56Why will ye [you] waste on trifling caresPage Scan
57Our Helper, God, we bless his [thy] namePage Scan
57bAnother six days' work is donePage Scan
58So fades the lovely, blooming flower [flowers]Page Scan
58bOur Lord is risen from the dead, Our Jesus [Savior] is gonePage Scan
59When we, our wearied [weary] limbs to restPage Scan
59bSweet harp of Judah, shall thy soundPage Scan
60O if my Lord would comePage Scan
60bHe that [who] hath [has] made [for] his refuge, GodPage Scan
60cCome hither, all ye weary soulsPage Scan
61Jesus, thy boundless love to mePage Scan
61bThe heavens declare thy glory, Lord, in every starPage Scan
62The hour of my departure's comePage Scan
62bAsleep in Jesus, blessed sleepPage Scan
62cAs showers on meadows newly mownPage Scan
63Descend from heaven, immortal dovePage Scan
63bGive to our God [the Lord] immortal praisePage Scan
64Stand up, my soul [our souls], shake off thy [your] fearsPage Scan
64bAwake, our souls, away our fearsPage Scan
65How sweetly flowed the gospel's soundPage Scan
66The Lord is gracious to forgivePage Scan
66bThen let the pealing organ blowPage Scan
66cGo messenger of peace and lovePage Scan
67My dear Redeemer and my lordPage Scan
67bThe God of love will sure indulgePage Scan
68Buried in [the] shadows of the nightPage Scan
68bNow I resolve with all my heartPage Scan
68cYe nations around the worldPage Scan
69Another six days' work is donePage Scan
69bAs, in soft silence, vernal showersPage Scan
70Go, spirit of the sainted deadPage Scan
70bThere is a stream whose gentle flowPage Scan
71Go, messenger of peace and lovePage Scan
72My dear Redeemer and my lordPage Scan
72bHow pleasant, how [and] divinely fairPage Scan
72cBlest are the humble souls that [who] seePage Scan
73I send the joys of earth awayPage Scan
73bSweet is the work, my [O] [our] God, [and] [my] [our] KingPage Scan
74Arm of the Lord, awake, awake, put on thy strengthPage Scan
74bGo, messenger of peace and lovePage Scan
75Our Lord is risen from the deadPage Scan
76Far from thy fold, O [my] God, my feetPage Scan
76b'Tis finished, 'tis finishedPage Scan
77Great God, whose universal swayPage Scan
77bThe God of Love will sure indulgePage Scan
78Jesus, and shall it ever bePage Scan
78bMy God, how endless [lasting] is thy lovePage Scan
78cMy God, permit me [us] not to be a strangerPage Scan
79Soft be the gently breathing notesPage Scan
79bWhy sinks my weak desponding mindPage Scan
80He that hath made his refuge GodPage Scan
80bBlest hour, when mortal man retires [aspires]Page Scan
80cWhen in the hour [hours] of lonely woePage Scan
81Who shall the Lord's elect condemnPage Scan
81bBuried in shadows of the nightPage Scan
82God is the refuge of his saintsPage Scan
82bHow blest the sacred tie that bindsPage Scan
83Now night, in silent grandeur reignsPage Scan
84To God the Father, God the SonPage Scan
84bStand up, my soul, shake off thy fearsPage Scan
85How beautiful those rays appearPage Scan
86Do not I love thee, O my Lord [God]? Behold my heart and seePage Scan
86bFar from the world, O Lord, I [I'd] [we] fleePage Scan
87When I with pleasing wonder standPage Scan
87bHow precious is the book divinePage Scan
88Upheld by God's almighty armPage Scan

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