Sweet Sabbath bells, I love your voice

Sweet Sabbath bells, I love your voice

Published in 12 hymnals

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First Line: Sweet Sabbath bells, I love your voice



Henry Kemble Oliver (b. Beverly, MA, 1800; d. Salem, MA, 1885) composed FEDERAL STREET in 1832, possibly as an imitation of earlier psalm tunes in long meter. He took it to a music class taught by Lowell Mason (who may have contributed to the harmony); Mason (PHH 96) published it in his Boston Acade…

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A Collection of Hymns, for the use of the United Brethren in Christ: taken from the most approved authors, and adapted to public and private worship #408Page Scan
Church Harmonies: a collection of hymns and tunes for the use of Congregations #926Page Scan
Hymns for the Sanctuary and Social Worship: with tunes #80Page Scan
Hymns of the Ages: selections from Lyra Catholica, Germanica, Apostolica and Other Sources #d139
Hymns of The Voice of Praise #d244
Plymouth Collection of Hymns and Tunes; for the use of Christian Congregations #16Page Scan
Prayers and Hymns for the Church and the Home #d612
Songs in the Night; or Hymns for the Sick and Suffering. 2nd ed. #d162
Songs of Gladness for the Sabbath School #81bPage Scan
The Baptist Hymn and Tune Book: being "The Plymouth Collection" enlarged and adapted to the use of Baptist churches #16Page Scan
The Gospel Psalmist #445Page Scan
The Voice of Praise #d244
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