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Sacred Songs and Solos: with standard hymns, combined: 750 pieces

#TextTuneText InfoTune InfoTextScorePage ScanAudio
601O brother, life's journey beginning[O brother, life's journey beginning]
602Return, O wand'rer, now returnBEMERTON
603We shall stand before the King[We shall stand before the King]
604On that bright and golden morning when the Son of Man shall come[On that bright and golden morning, when the Sun of Man shall come]
605Awake, awake, O heart of mine![Awake, awake, O heart of mine]
606When the mists have rolled in splendour[When the mists have rolled in splendour]
607Ho, reapers in the whitened harvest![Ho, reapers in the whitened harvest]
608Well, wife, I've found the model church[Well, wife, I've found the model chruch]
609Oh, golden day Oh day of God[Oh, golden day, Oh day of God]
610I heard the voice of Jesus sayVOX DILECTI
611Onward, Christian soldiers! marching as to warST. GERTRUDE
612Jerusalem, the golden!EWING
613Forward! — be our watchwordST. ALBANS
614aThere is a green hill far away[There is a green hill far away]
614bThere is a green hill far away[There is a green hill far away]
615aJesus, Lover of my soulREFUGE
615bJesus, Lover of my soulHOLLINGSIDE
616Sun of my soul, Thou Saviour dearHURSLEY
617Jesus! and shall it ever beWHITBURN
618Jesus, Thy blood and rightesounessWINCHESTER
619Go, labour on; spend and be spentROTHWELL
620Asleep in Jesus! blessed sleep!REST
621Lord of the Sabbath! hear our vowsWAREHAM
622Stay, Thou insulted Spirit, stay!ROCKINGHAM
623The heav'ns declare Thy glory, Lord!UXBRIDGE
624Why should we start, and fear to die?ZEPHYR
625Assembled at Thy great commandMISSIONARY CHANT
626ow let my soul, eternal KingANGELUS
627Show pity, Lord; O Lord, forgiveWINDHAM
628Glory to Thee, my God this nightEVENING HYMN
629aBe present at our table, LordMELCOMBE
629bOur Father, bless the bounteous storeMELCOMBEText
629cWe thank Thee, Lord, for this our foodMELCOMBE
630Eternal Father! strong to saveMELITA
631Great Ruler of the land and seaMELITA
632Oh, happy is the man who hearsST. PETER
633Oh for a heart to praise my God!SAWLEY
634I love to steal awhile awayARLIGNTON
635Oh, taste and see that God is goodST. MAGNUS
636God moves in a mysterious wayTALLIS
638I know that my Redeemer livesBRADFORD
639Praise waits for Thee in Zion, LordST. ANN
640Come, Thou Desire of all Thy saints!ALLAN
641By cool Siloam's shady rillSILOAM
642While shepherds watched their flocks by nightCHRISTMAS
643As pants the hart for cooling streamsSPOHR
644Joy to the world; the Lord is come!ANTIOCH
645Majestic sweetness sits enthronedMANOAH
646All hail the power of Jesu's name!MILES' LANE
647O God, our help in ages pastST. STEPHENS
648Oh, sing a new song to the LordDUNFERMLINE
649Approach, my soul, the mercy seat
650For ever here my rest shall be
651Jerusalem, my happy home
652When all Thy mercies, O my GodBELMONT
653The morning bright with rosy light
654God is our refuge and our strength
655This is the day the Lord hath made
656Dear Refuge of my weary soulST. AGNES
657Jesus, the very thought of Thee
658Calm me, my God, and keep me calm
659Hark, the glad sound — the Saviour comes
660Father of mercies! in Thy WordGEER
661The Head that once was crowned with thorns
662That man hath perfect blessedness
663With songs and honours sounding loudELLACOMBE
664The Son of God goes forth to war
665A few more years shall rollCHALVEY
666The Lord my Shepherd is
667Sow in the morn thy seedST. GEORGE
668Lord, bless and pity usSILCHESTER
669O Lord, Thy work reviveST. BRIDE
670Give to the winds thy fearsOLMUTZ
671Oh cease, my wand'ring soulADRIAN
672How gentle God's commands!DENNIS
673"My times are in Thy hand"SWABIA
674Lab'rers for Christ, ariseLEIGHTON
675Glorious things of thee are spokenAUTUMN
676Come, Thou everlasting Spirit
677Hark! ten thousand harps and voicesHARWELL
678Tossed upon life's raging billow
679Praise, my soul, the King of heavenTRIUMPH
680Angels, from the realms of glory
681On the mountain's top appearingZION
682Speed Thy servnats, Saviour, speed them
683In Thy name, O Lord, assembling
684Holy Father! hear my crySHERBORNE
685Gentle Jesus, meek and mild[Gentle Jesus, meek and mild]
686Songs of praise the angels sangINNOCENTS
687When our heads are bowed with woeREDHEAD, 47
688Hark, my soul! it is the LordST. BEES
689Come, my soul, thy suit prepare
690Oft in sorrow, oft in woe
691Lord, we come before Thee nowHENDON
692"Christ, the Lord is risen to-day!"
693Bless, O Lord, the opening year
694"Till He come!" Oh, let the wordsWELLS
695From the cross uplifted high
696God of mercy! God of grace!
697Rock of Ages, cleft for meREDHEAD, 76

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