Singing the Living Tradition

Publisher: Beacon Press, Boston, 1993
Denomination: Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations
Language: English
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1May nothing evil cross this doorOLDBRIDGETextPage Scan
2Down the ages we have trodWOODLAND
3The world stands out on either sideRICKERText
4I brought my spirit to the seaJACQUIText
5It is something to have wept as we have weptKEITHText
6Just as long as I have breathNICHT SO TRAURIG
7The leaf unfurling in the April airALL LIFE IS ONE
8Mother Spirit, Father SpiritMĀTI SVETA
9No longer forward nor behindVAN DIEMAN'S LANDTextPage Scan
10Immortal love, forever fullST. COLUMBATextPage Scan
11O God of stars and sunlightBREMEN
12O Life that maketh all things newTRUROTextPage Scan
13Songs of spirit, like a prayerSERVETUSText
14The sun at high noonMACDOWELL
15The lone, wild bird in lofty flightPROSPECTText
16'Tis a gift to be simpleSIMPLE GIFTSTextPage Scan
17Every night and every mornTHE CALLTextPage Scan
18What wondrous love is this, O my soul, O my soul!WONDROUS LOVE
19The sun that shines across the seaBARNFIELDPage Scan
20Be thou my vision, O God of my heartSLANEText
21For the beauty of the earthDIXTextPage Scan
22Dear weaver of our lives' designLOBT GOTT, IHR CHRISTEN
23Bring many names, beautiful and goodWESTCHASETextPage Scan
24Far rolling voices of the seaOIKOUMENEText
25God of the earth, the sky, the seaDUKE STREETTextPage Scan
26Holy, holy, holy, author of creation!NICAEATextPage Scan
27I am that great and fiery forceAVE VERA VIRGINITASTextPage Scan
28View the starry realm of heavenDACHAU
29Joyful, joyful, we adore theeHYMN TO JOYText
30Over my headREEBText
31Beautifully moving, ceaselessly formingSAMUELText
32Now thank we all our GodNUN DANKET ALLE GOTTTextPage Scan
33Sovereign and transforming GraceMANTONText
34Though I may speak with bravest fireGIFT OF LOVEPage Scan
35Unto thy temple, Lord, we comeDUKE STREETTextPage Scan
36When in our music God is glorifiedENGELBERGText
37God who fills the universeFRANCIS DAVID
38Morning has brokenBUNESSANText
39Bring, O morn, thy music! Night, thy starlit silence!NICAEATextPage Scan
40The morning hangs a signalMEIRIONYDDTextPage Scan
41You that have spent the silent nightLOBT GOTT, IHR CHRISTENTextPage Scan
42Morning, so fair to seeSCHÖNSTER HERR JESUTextPage Scan
43The morning, noiseless, flings its goldNATURE'S ADVENTText
44We sing of golden morningsCOMPLAINER
45Now while the day in trailing splendorLEEText
46Now the day is overWEM IN LEIDENSTAGENText
47Now on land and sea descendingVESPER HYMNTextPage Scan
48Again, as evening's shadow fallsROCKBRIDGETextPage Scan
49Stillness reigns, the winds are sleepingQUEM PASTORESText
50When darkness nears and embers dieDOVER KNIGHT
51Lady of the season's laughterJULION
52In sweet fields of autumn the gold grain is fallingCRADLE SONGText
53I walk the unfrequented roadCONSOLATIONText
54Now light is less; moon skies are wide and deepSURSUM CORDA
55Dark of winter; soft and stillWINTER MEDITATION
56Bells in the high tower, ringing o'er the white hillsKRISZTUS URUNKNAK
57All beautiful the march of daysFOREST GREENTextPage Scan
58Ring out, wild bells, to the wild, wild skyGONFALON ROYALTextPage Scan
59Almond trees, renewed in bloomCON X'OM LANGTextPage Scan
60In time of silver rainLANGSTONText
61Lo, the earth awakes again Alleluia!EASTER HYMNText
62When the daffodils arriveHASIDIM
63Spring has now unwrapped the flowersBLACKBURNText
64Oh, give us pleasure in the flowers todayCOOLINGETextPage Scan
65The sweet June days are come againFOREST GREENTextPage Scan
66When the summer sun is shiningHOLY MANNA
67We sing now together our song of thanksgivingKREMSER
68Come, ye thankful people, comeST. GEORGE'S WINDSORTextPage Scan
69Give thanks for the corn and the wheat that are reapedFOUNDATIONTextPage Scan
70Heap high the farmer's wintry hoard!LAND OF RESTText
71In the spring, with plow and harrowHEATON
72Has summer come now, dawningCHRISTMAS DAWN
73Summertime has turned the starwheelPRAHA
74On the dusty earth drumWEM IN LEIDENSTAGENText
75The harp at Nature's advent strungWALDENText
76For flowers that bloom about our feetWAS GOTT THUTPage Scan
77Seek not afar for beauty; lo, it glowsCOOLINGETextPage Scan
78Color and fragranceO BARVY VUNE
79No number tallies nature upRESIGNATIONText
80Wild waves of stormWILD WAVES
81The wordless mountains bravely stillBROMLEY
82This land of bursting sunriseANDUJARText
83Winds be stillLEAD ME LORD
84How far can reach a smileZIMMERMANN
85Although this life is but a wraithDUNEDINText
86Blessed Spirit of my life[Blessed Spirit of my life]
87Nearer, my God to theeBETHANYTextPage Scan
88Calm soul of all things, make it mineTALLIS' CANONTextPage Scan
89Come, my way, my truth, my lifeTHE CALLTextPage Scan
90From all the fret and fever of the dayCOOLINGETextPage Scan
91Mother of all, in every ageST. COLUMBA
92Mysterious Presence, source of allWAREHAMTextPage Scan
93To Mercy, Pity, Peace, and LoveLOBT GOTT, IHR CHRISTENTextPage Scan
94What is this life if, full of careDEVOTIONTextPage Scan
95There is more love somewhereBIKOTextPage Scan
96I cannot think of them as deadDISTANT BELOVEDText
97Sometimes I feel like a motherless childWHEATLEYText
98Loveliest of trees, the cherry now is hungORIENTIS PARTIBUSText
99Sometimes I'm up, sometimes I'm downDUBOISTextPage Scan
100I've got peace like a riverWHITNEY

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