The Sacred Harp or Eclectic Harmony: a collection of church music, consisting of a great variety of psalm and hymn tunes, anthems, sacred songs and chants...(New ed., Rev. and Corr.)

Editor: Lowell Mason, Timothy B. Mason
Publisher: Truman & Smith, Cincinnati, 1835
Language: English
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21Thy praises, Lord, I will resoundOLD HUNDREDPage Scan
22Come, O my soul , in sacred laysATLANTICPage Scan
23aBless, O my soul, the living GodUPTONPage Scan
23bO come, loud anthems let us singSTERLINGPage Scan
24aAwake, my tongue, thy tribute bringDANVERSPage Scan
24bO come, loud anthems let us singAPPLETONPage Scan
25Give thanks to God, he reigns aboveNOTTAWAYPage Scan
26aO all ye people, shout and singSTONEFIELDPage Scan
26bGreat is the Lord, what tongue can frameBLENDONPage Scan
27Wake, O my soul, and hail the mornPARK STREETPage Scan
28aTo God our voices let us raiseSHERBURNEPage Scan
28bSay, how may earth and heaven uniteELLENTHORPEPage Scan
29Salvation is forever nighLEYDENPage Scan
30aSweet is the work, my God, my KingSLADEPage Scan
30bCome hither, all ye weary soulsAUGUSTAPage Scan
31aWith all my powers of heart and tongueBREWERPage Scan
31bThe Lord is come, the heavens proclaimARNHEIMPage Scan
32For thee, O God, our constant praiseNEW SABBATHPage Scan
33O all ye people, clap your handsWAYNEPage Scan
34Sweet is the day of sacred restHINGHAMPage Scan
35At anchor laid, remote from homeEFFINGHAMPage Scan
36aO come, loud anthems let us singWALTONPage Scan
36bSay, how may earth and heaven unite?MENDONPage Scan
37aO let thy light attend our wayROCKINGHAMPage Scan
37bWith one consent let all the earthLINDONPage Scan
38Jesus shall reign where'er the sunTATNALLPage Scan
39aBroad is the road that leads to deathWINDHAMPage Scan
39bDeep in our hearts let us recordASHFIELDPage Scan
40Who is this stranger in distressQUITOPage Scan
41aCome weary souls with sin distrestWAKEFIELDPage Scan
41bLife is the time to serve the LordWELLSPage Scan
42aAwake my glory, wake my lyreLANCASTERPage Scan
42bWhy, on the bending willows hungRANDOLPHPage Scan
43aAt anchor laid, remote from homeUXBRIDGEPage Scan
43bJesus demands the voice of joyLYMANPage Scan
44aLord, when thou didst ascend on highDUKE STREETPage Scan
44bBless, O my soul, the living GodALFRETONPage Scan
45aLord, when my thoughts delighted roveBRENTFORDPage Scan
45bO may the righteous, when I strayTALBOTPage Scan
46The heavens declare thy glory, LordROTHWELLPage Scan
47aNow shall the trembling mourner comeSHOELPage Scan
47bHow sweet the light of Sabbath eveORFORDPage Scan
48With all my powers of heart and tongueILLINOISPage Scan
49aThus far the Lord hath led me onHEBRONPage Scan
49bThere is a stream whose gentle flowWARDPage Scan
50aShow pity Lord, O Lord, forgiveHANOVERPage Scan
50bThough I have grieved thy Spirit, LordSUNDERLANDPage Scan
51aYe nations round the earth, rejoiceST. PAUL'SPage Scan
51bGive thanks to God, he reigns aboveFARNSWORTHPage Scan
52aWhile life prolongs its precious lightCABOTPage Scan
52bBehold thy waiting servant, LordCANTONPage Scan
53aLord, in the morning thou shalt hearWARWICKPage Scan
53bCome, let us join our cheerful songsWESTFORDPage Scan
54Thy goodness, Lord, our souls confessDOUGLASSPage Scan
55There is an hour of peaceful restCLIFFORDPage Scan
56aTo thee, my righteous King and LordNOTTINGHAMPage Scan
56bLord, thou wilt hear me when I prayHOLYOKEPage Scan
57aSing to the Lord, ye distant landsPATMOSPage Scan
57bI love to steal awhile awayCARINTHPage Scan
58Soon shall the glorious morning dawnSWANWICKPage Scan
59aBehold the glories of the LambST. JOHN'SPage Scan
59bCome, let our hearts and voices joinMILBURNPage Scan
60aJoy to the world, the Lord is come!PAXTONPage Scan
60bO that the Lord would guide my waysWINTERPage Scan
61aO praise the Lord with one consentLONDONPage Scan
61bLet not despair, nor fell revengeDUNDEEPage Scan
62aBehold thy waiting servant, LordBLACKBURNPage Scan
62bYe hearts, with youthful vigor warmLITCHFIELDPage Scan
63aWhat shall I render to my GodCLARENDONPage Scan
63bYe humble souls, approach your GodBOLTONPage Scan
64aHosanna to our conquering KingMELROSEPage Scan
64bHow long wilt thou forget meEASTPORTPage Scan
65aWhat shall I render to my GodMEDFORDPage Scan
65bHow oft, alas! thie wretched heartGRAFTONPage Scan
66aDark was the night, and cold the groundBURFORDPage Scan
66bLord, what is man, poor feeble manLEBANONPage Scan
67aEarly, my God, without delayLANESBORO'Page Scan
67bThere is an hour of peaceful restLANESBORO'Page Scan
68aHappy the heart where graces reignOHIOPage Scan
68bSongs of immortal praise belongOVERTONPage Scan
69aWith reverence let the saints appearSPENCERPage Scan
69bIn early morn, without delay, O LordMEDFIELDPage Scan
70aShepherds, rejoice, lift up your eyesWESTERNPage Scan
70bO sing, ye ransomed of the LordNICHOLSPage Scan
71aLow at thy feet, eternal KingLAURENSPage Scan
71bLet all the lands with shouts of joySAYBROOKPage Scan
72aLet all the lands with shouts of joyMARLOWPage Scan
72bLet all the lands with shouts of joyMARLOWPage Scan
73O Lord, another day is flownFULTONPage Scan
74aO thou to whom all creatures bowST. MARTIN'SPage Scan
74bThis is the day the Lord hath madeARLINGTONPage Scan
75aOnce more, my soul, the rising dayPETERBOROUGHPage Scan
75bBehold thy waiting servant, LordCORWENPage Scan
76aSee Israel's gentle Shepherd standsWILMINGTONPage Scan
76bSoon as I heard my Father sayPUTNEYPage Scan
77On Jordan's stormy banks I standTOPSHAMPage Scan
78aLord, hear the voice of my complaintHOWARDPage Scan
78bI'm not ashamed to own my LordWESTMORELANDPage Scan
79aThis is the day the Lord hath madeFITCHBURGPage Scan
79bNow let Jehovah be adoredST. ANN'SPage Scan

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