The Polyphonic; or Juvenile Choralist; containing a great variety of music and hymns, both new & old, designed for schools and youth

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Editor: A. D. Fillmore, C. L. Fillmore
Publisher: R. W. Carroll & Co., Cincinnati, 1863
Language: English
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3On this holy Lord's-day morningPage Scan
4aThrough a dark world of woePage Scan
4bThere's a region abovePage Scan
5aSinners, say, will you goPage Scan
5bI will go, I will go To that bright home in heaven!Page Scan
5cHoly Bible! book divine!Page Scan
6aJust as I am, without one pleaPage Scan
6bFrom all that dwell below the skiesPage Scan
7We speak of the realms of the blestPage Scan
8aAmid the splendors of the sunPage Scan
8bO, when shall the glad tidings spreadPage Scan
9Hail to the brightness of Zion's glad morningPage Scan
10On Jordan's stormy banks I standPage Scan
11aThere is a land of pure delightPage Scan
11bArise, ye people, and adorePage Scan
12A beautiful land by faith I seePage Scan
13Come, sound his praise abroadPage Scan
14Long time I have been wandering along life's rugged roadPage Scan
15Once more, my soul, the rising dayPage Scan
16We are going home, we've had visionsPage Scan
17aA home in heaven! what a joyful thoughtPage Scan
17bO for a thousand tongues to singPage Scan
17cFrom whence does this union arisePage Scan
18aJerusalem, my happy homePage Scan
18bBe thou, O God, exalted highPage Scan
19aIn the name of God advancingPage Scan
19bPraise the Lord of all creationPage Scan
20Come away, come away, life is too sad for theePage Scan
22The morning light is breakingPage Scan
23aTo thee, O blessed SaviorPage Scan
23bCome, let us tune our voicesPage Scan
24Ever constant, ever truePage Scan
25I'm a pilgrim, and I'm a strangerPage Scan
26The Prince of Salvation in triumph is ridingPage Scan
27Jerusalem, my glorious homePage Scan
28We are on the ocean sailingPage Scan
29My God! how endless is thy love!Page Scan
30Arrayed in clouds of golden lightPage Scan
31Songs of praise awoke the mornPage Scan
32On the mountain-top appearingPage Scan
33There seems a voice in ev'ry galePage Scan
34aSoon as the morn with rosesPage Scan
34bCome, sound his praise abroadPage Scan
35aThe Sabbath breezes fan my browPage Scan
35bGentle spirit, come againPage Scan
35cInvited by a Savior's lovePage Scan
35dLittle rain-drops feed the rillPage Scan
36aO thou Fount of every blessingPage Scan
36bSalvation! O the joyful sound!Page Scan
37a"'Neath the clouds the is shining"Page Scan
37bO God, ten thousand flowersPage Scan
38aHow beauteous is the earth! how bright the sky!Page Scan
38bO thou who hast led us so thus safely alongPage Scan
39aYou may sing of the beauty of mountain and dalePage Scan
39bThere is a path that leads to GodPage Scan
39cOur evil actions springPage Scan
40There's a land far away 'mid the stars, we are toldPage Scan
41aYouth, when devoted to the LordPage Scan
41b'Tis religion that can givePage Scan
41cCome, let us join with one accordPage Scan
41dAnd now another hour is pastPage Scan
42We've enlisted in a war, but 'tis not with flesh and bloodPage Scan
43Holy Father, blest CreatorPage Scan
44aNo gentle floweret blooms in vainPage Scan
44bI am a very little childPage Scan
45aFrom every stormy wind that blowsPage Scan
45bO Lord, our Shepherd, deign to keepPage Scan
45cFrom Greenland's icy mountainsPage Scan
46When little Samuel wokePage Scan
47Beautiful, sublime, and gloriousPage Scan
48Lord of all power and might!Page Scan
49When the Savior appearsPage Scan
50O the shadow--beautiful shadows!Page Scan
51In the leafy. budding springtimePage Scan
52She hath gone to the Christian's land of restPage Scan
53O sing to me of heavenPage Scan
54a'Tis twilight and adown the westPage Scan
54bBlessed, blessed be Jehovah, Israel's GodPage Scan
55While we thro' this valleyPage Scan
56Jesus my Lord to glory's gonePage Scan
57aO that the Lord would teach my tonguePage Scan
57bDear Lord, who in thy love so greatPage Scan
57cO Jesus, delight of my soul Page Scan
57dOnce more, before we partPage Scan
58Come, let us sing of JesusPage Scan
59aThe ransomed spirit to her homePage Scan
59bAttend, young friends, while I relatePage Scan
60aWhen the nightwind bewaileth the fall of the yearPage Scan
60bYes, again in the regions of heavenly blissPage Scan
61aHow sweet to my heart is the morning of restPage Scan
61bThere's not a star whose twinkling rayPage Scan
61cSweet is the work, O LordPage Scan
62As lightly and sweetly we treadPage Scan
63aAway with our sorrow and fearPage Scan
63bWe'll not forget the Sunday-schoolPage Scan
63cLost in the mazes dark of sinPage Scan
64Lo! the gospel ship is sailingPage Scan
65Sister, thou wast mild and lovelyPage Scan
66Morn amid the mountainsPage Scan
67aWhy should I say, 'Tis yet too soonPage Scan

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