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Te Deum Laudamus Dominum

Author: J. C. Middleton Hymnal: The Church Hymnal Revised #676 (1920) Topics: Youth and School Life Carols First Line: Sing your carols today Lyrics: 1 Sing your carols today, And your gladsomest lay, To the Paraclete pay Now to mortals given; Now sent down from heaven, Sing, of joy, joy, joy; And today, raise the lay, Te Deum Laudamus Dominum. 2 Death and hell overcome, Easter morn, from the tomb Jesus chased all the gloom, Ope'd the prison portals Freedom brought to mortals. Sing, of life, life, life. And the strain raise again. Te Deum Laudamus, Dominum. 3 Forty days more with men Did the Lord live again, Blessed rites to ordain, And His Kingdom founded By the round world bounded. Sing of joy, joy, joy, Till it rise to the skies, Te Deum Laudamus, Dominum. 4 Rise, never to die, Having gone up on high To His Throne in the sky, He sent His Spirit Holy, To bless His people solely. Sing of joy, joy, joy, Praise His Name with acclaim, Te Deum Laudamus, Dominion. 5 With bright tongues as of flame, Then the Comforter came, In the Blessed One's Name Dissipating sadness, Bringing joy and gladness, Sing of joy, life, and peace: Him adore, ever more, Te Deum Laudamus, Dominum. Tune Title: [Sing your carols today]
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Carol, sweetly carol

Author: F. J. Van Alstyne Hymnal: The Church Hymnal Revised #662 (1920) Topics: Youth and School Life Carols Lyrics: 1 Carol, sweetly carol, A Saviour born today; Bear the joyful tidings, Oh, bear them far away. Carol, sweetly carol, Til earth's remotest bound Shall bear the mighty chorus, And echo back the sound. Refrain: Carol, sweetly carol, Carol, sweetly today; Bear the joyful tidings, Oh, bear them far away. 2 Carol, sweetly carol, As when the Angel throng O'er the vales of Judah, Awoke the heavenly song. Carol, sweetly carol, Good will, with peace and love, Glory in the highest, To God who reigns above. [Refrain] 3 Carol, sweetly carol, The happy Christmas time; Hark! the bells are pealing Their merry, merry chime; Carol, sweetly carol, Ye shining ones above, Sing in loudest numbers, Oh, sing redeeming love. [Refrain] Tune Title: [Carol, sweetly carol]

Unto us a boy is born!

Hymnal: The Hymnal of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America 1940 #34 (1940) Meter: 7.7.7.7 Topics: Christmas Carols Tune Title: PUER NOBIS NASCITUR
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Easter flowers are blooming bright

Author: Mary A. Nicholson Hymnal: The Hymnal #558 (1916) Meter: 7.7.7.6 Topics: Carols; Sunday Schools Carols Lyrics: Easter flowers are blooming bright, Easter skies pour radiant light: Christ our Lord is risen in might, 520 Angels caroled this sweet lay, When in manger rude he lay; Now once more cast grief away, He, then born to grief and pain, Now to glory born again, Calleth forth our gladdest strain, As he riseth, rise we too, Tune we heart and voice anew, Offering homage glad and true, Glory in the highest. Amen. Languages: English Tune Title: GLORY IN THE HIGHEST

Carol, sweetly carol

Author: Frances J. Van Alstyne Hymnal: The Book of Common Praise #737 (1939) Meter: Irregular Topics: Carols Tune Title: CAROL, SWEETLY CAROL

Unto us a boy is born!

Author: Canon Percy Dearmer Hymnal: The Book of Common Praise #738 (1939) Meter: 7.6.7.7 Topics: Carols Languages: English Tune Title: PUER NOBIS NASCITUR
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All my heart this night rejoices

Author: Paulus Gerhardt; Catherine Winkworth Hymnal: The Hymnal #545a (1916) Meter: 8.3.3.6 D Topics: Carols; Sunday Schools Carols Lyrics: All my heart this night rejoices, As I hear, Far and near, Sweetest angel voices; "Christ is born," their choirs are singing, Till the air Everywhere Now with joy is ringing. 508 Hark! a voice from yonder manger, Soft and sweet, Doth entreat, "Flee from woe and danger! Brethren, come! from all doth grieve you, You are freed; All you need I will surely give you." Come, then, let us hasten yonder! Here let all, Great and small, Kneel in awe and wonder! Love him who with love is yearning! Hail the star That from far Bright with hope is burning! Thee, dear Lord, with heed I'll cherish, Live to thee, And with thee Dying, shall not perish; But shall dwell with thee for ever, Far on high, In the joy That can alter never. Amen. Languages: English Tune Title: EBELING
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Silent night, holy night

Author: Joseph Mohr Hymnal: The Hymnal #546 (1916) Meter: Irregular Topics: Carols; Sunday Schools Carols Lyrics: Silent night, holy night, All is calm, all is bright Round yon Virgin Mother and Child. Holy Infant so tender and mild, Sleep in heavenly peace, Sleep in heavenly peace. 509 Silent night, holy night, Shepherds quake at the sight, Glories stream from heaven afar, Heavenly hosts sing alleluia; Christ, the Savior, is born! Christ, the Savior, is born! Silent night, holy night, Son of God, love's pure light Radiant beams from thy holy face, With the dawn of redeeming grace, Jesus, Lord, at thy birth, Jesus, Lord, at thy birth. Amen. Languages: English Tune Title: HOLY NIGHT
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When Christ was born of Mary free

Hymnal: The Hymnal #547a (1916) Meter: Irregular Topics: Carols; Sunday Schools Carols Lyrics: When Christ was born of Mary free, In Bethlehem, that fair citie, Angels sang there with mirth and glee, Herdsmen beheld these angels bright, To them appearing with great light, Who said, "God's Son is born this night," This King is come to save mankind, In Scripture promised as we find, Therefore this song have we in mind, Grant us, O Lord, for thy great grace, In heaven in bliss to see thy face, Where we may sing to thy solace, "In excelsis gloria." Amen. Languages: English Tune Title: WHEN CHRIST WAS BORN
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Like silver lamps in a distant shrine

Author: William C. Dix Hymnal: The Hymnal #548 (1916) Meter: Irregular Topics: Carols; Sunday Schools Carols Lyrics: Like silver lamps in a distant shrine, The stars are sparkling bright; The bells of the city of God ring out, For the Son of Mary is born tonight. The gloom is past, And the morn at last Is coming with orient light. No earthly songs are half so sweet As those which are filling the skies, And never a palace shone half so fair As the manger-bed where our Savior lies; No night in the year Is half so dear As this which has ended our sighs. The stars of heaven still shine as at first They gleamed on this wonderful night; The bells of the city of God peal out, And the angels' song still rings in the height, And love still turns Where the Godhead burns, Hid in flesh from fleshly sight. Faith sees no longer the stable floor, The pavement of sapphire is there, The clear light of heaven streams out to the world, And the angels of God are crowding the air, And heaven and earth, Through the spotless birth, Are at peace on this night so fair. Languages: English Tune Title: THE MANGER THRONE

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