Hymnal Contents

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#TitleOriginal TitleAuthorTuneComposer
001O Trinity of Blessed LightO Lux beata TrinitasSt. Ambrose (circa 340-397), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) from Hymnal Noted, 1852Hymnary No. 1George M. Garrett (1834-1897)
002The Flaming Sun Has Sunk in NightJam sol recedit igneusSt. Ambrose (circa 340-397), revised in the Roman Breviary, 1632, Translation by Bishop Richard Mant (1776-1848) in Ancient Hymns from the Roman Breviary, 1837, altered in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 2Berthold Tours (1838-1897)
003O Blest Creator, God Most HighDeus Creator omniumSt. Ambrose (circa 340-397), Translation by John David Chambers (1805-1893) from Order for Household Devotion, 1854, altered in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 3Sir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
004O What Their Joy and Their Glory Must BeO quanta qualia sunt illa sabbataPeter Abelard (1079-1142), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) from Hymnal Noted, 1854Hymnary No. 4Edward H. Thorne (1834-1916)
005O Day of Joy, when First the LightDie dierum principeCharles Coffin (1676-1749) from the revised Paris Breviary, 1736, Translation by Rev. William Cooke (1821-1894) for The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 5Sir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
006This Day the Blessed TrinityPrimo die qo TrinitasSt. Gregory the Great (circa 540-604), recast in the Roman Breviary, 1632, Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall (1814-1878) from Lyra Catholica, 1849, altered in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 6Samuel Reay (1822-1905)
007Again the Holy MornAd templa nos rursus vocatCharles Coffin (1676-1749) from Hymni Sacri, 1736, Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall (1814-1878) from Lyra Catholica, 1849, altered in The Hymnary, 1872St. GeorgeHenry J. Gauntlett (1805-1876)
008Come, Let Us All with One AccordOmnes una celebremusElucidatorium of Clichtovacus, Paris, 1516, Translation by Mrs. Harriet M. Chester (1834-1927) for The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 8Sir George A. Macfarren (1813-1887)
009This Day the Father, Source of AllDie parente temporumBreviary of the Diocese of Le Mans, 1748, Translation by Rev. William Cooke (1821-1894) for The Hymnary, 1872London NewScotch Psalter, 1635
010When in Silence and in ShadeQuando noctis mediumStuttgart manuscript of the 14th century, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) in the Hymnal Noted, 1854Hymnary No. 10Henry Smart (1813-1879)
011This Is the Day the Light was MadeDie dierum principeCharles Coffin (1676-1749) from the revised Paris Breviary, 1736, Translation by Rev. John Chandler (1806-1876) from Hymns of the Church Mostly Primitive, 1841DunfermlineScotch Psalter, 1615
012Again the Lord of Life and LightMrs. Anna L. Barbauld (1743-1825) from Hymns for Public Worship, 1772DunfermlineScotch Psalter, 1615
013Blest Morning, Whose First Dawning RaysRev. Isaac Watts (1674-1748) from Hymns and Spiritual Songs, 1707St. FulbertHenry J. Gauntlett (1805-1876)
014This Day, by Thy Creative WordBishop W. Walsham How (1823-1897) from Morrell and How’s Psalms and Hymns, 1854, revised in Morrell and How’s Psalms and Hymns, Enlarged Edition, 1864, and The Hymnary, 1872Redhead, No. 4Richard Redhead (1820-1901)
015Blest Maker of the Light, by WhomLucis Creator optimeAttributed to St. Gregory the Great (circa 540-604), Translation based on William J. Blew (1808-1894) and John D. Chambers (1805-1893)MelcombeSamuel Webbe (1740-1816)
016O Thou, Who in the Light Dost DwellO Luce qui mortalibusCharles Coffin (1676-1749), Translation altered from Rev. Isaac Williams (1802-1865)Hymnary No. 16Sir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
017Be Present, Holy FatherAdes Pater supremeAurelius Clemens Prudentius (348-413), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) in the Hymnal Noted, 1854St. BenetHenry J. Gauntlett (1805-1876)
018Glory to the Glorious OneSt. Ephraim, the Syrian (?-373), Translation by Rev. Horatius Bonar (1808-1889)Hymnary No. 18Alexander S. Cooper (1835-1900)
019Behold, the Tomb Its Prey RestoresRev. Isaac Watts (1674-1748) from The Psalms of David Imitated in the Language of the New Testament, 1719St. MatthiasOld Melody
020O Day of Rest and GladnessBishop Christopher Wordsworth (1807-1885) from Holy Year, 1862Hymnary No. 20Sir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
021Brightness of the Father’s GlorySplendor paternae gloriaeSt. Ambrose (340-397), Translation by Rev. William J. Copeland (1804-1885) from Hymns for the Week, 1848, altered in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 21Sir John Goss (1800-1880)
022Lo! The Firmament Doth BearImmense coeli ConditorAscribed to St. Gregory the Great (circa 540-604), Paraphrase by Rev. Thomas Whytehead (1815-1843) from Poems, 1842, altered in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 22Sir George A. Macfarren (1813-1887)
023The Bird, the Harbinger of LightAles diei nuntiusAurelius Clemens Prudentius (348-413), Translation adapted from various sources in The Hymnary, 1872Redhead, No. 4Richard Redhead (1820-1901)
024O Bounteous Framer of the GlobeTelluris ingens ConditorAscribed to St. Gregory the Great (circa 540-604), Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall (1814-1878) from Lyra Catholica, 1849St. Anne’sBarber’s Psalm Tunes, 1686-87
025Lo, Night and Clouds and Darkness WrapNox, et tenebrae, et nubilaAurelius Clemens Prudentius (348-413), Translation by Bishop Richard Mant (1776-1848) in Ancient Hymns from the Roman Breviary, 1837, altered in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 25Edward J. Hopkins (1818-1901)
026Most Holy God, Enthroned on HighCoeli Deus sanctissimeLatin, Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall (1814-1878) from Lyra Catholica, 1849, altered in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 26Sir C. Hubert H. Parry (1848-1918)
027Lo, the Golden Sun Is ShiningLux ecce surgit aureaAurelius Clemens Prudentius (348-413), Translation by Rev. William J. Copeland (1804-1885) from Hymns for the Week, 1848, altered by Rev. Benjamin H. Kennedy (1804-1889), altered in The Hymnary, 1872StuttgardGerman
028Lord of All Power, at Whose CommandMagnae Deus potentiaeAscribed to St. Ambrose (circa 340-397), Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall (1814-1878) from Lyra Catholica, 1849Hymnary No. 28Francis R. Statham (1844-1908)
029Dread Trinity in UnityTu Trinitatis UnitasAscribed to St. Gregory the Great (circa 540-604), Translation by Rev. William J. Copeland (1804-1885) from Hymns for the Week, 1848, altered in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 29Samuel Sebastian Wesley (1810-1876)
030Glory of the Highest HeavenAeterna coeli gloriaAscribed to St. Ambrose (circa 340-397), Translation by Cardinal John H. Newman (1801-1890) from Verses on Religious Subjects, 1853Hymnary No. 30Edwin George Monk (1819-1900)
031Today, O Lord, Thy Will ResolvesJam sanctius moves opusCharles Coffin (1676-1749) from Paris Breviary, 1736, Translation by Rev. John Chandler (1806-1876) from Hymns of the Primitive Church, 1837, altered in The Hymnary, 1872JudæaWilliam Crotch (1775-1847)
032Angels of Peace, Look Down from Heaven and MournLugete, pacis angeliCharles Coffin (1676-1749) from Paris Breviary, 1736, Translation by Rev. Isaac Williams (1802-1865) from Hymns Translated from the Paris Breviary, 1839Hymnary No. 32Arthur H. D. Troyte (1811-1857)
033O Wondrous Love, That Rends in TwainQuae te pro populi criminibus novaClaude de Santeuil (1628-1684) in the Paris Breviary, 1680, Translation by Rev. Herbert Kynaston (1809-1878) in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 33Sir John Stainer (1840-1901)
034Hail, Thou King of Saints AscendingSalve Jesu Rex sanctorumAscribed to St. Bernard of Clairvaux (1091-1153), Translation by Rev. Herbert Kynaston (1809-1878) in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 34Henry Smart (1813-1879)
035Jesu, Solace of the SoulJesu mi dulcissime, Domino coelorumSt. Anselm of Lucca (circa 1036-1086), Translation by Rev. Herbert Kynaston (1809-1878) in Occasional Hymns, 1862Hymnary No. 35Sir W. Sterndale Bennett (1816-1875)
036Son of Man and Man of SorrowQuam despectus, quam dejectusSt. Bonaventura (1221-1274) from Laudismus de sancta cruce, published circa 1510, Translation by Rev. Herbert Kynaston (1809-1878) in Occasional Hymns, 1862Hymnary No. 36Charles F. Gounod (1818-1893)
037Ponder Thou the Cross All HolyRecordare sanctae crucisSt. Bonaventura (1221-1274) from Laudismus de sancta cruce, published circa 1510, Translation by Rev. Edward A. Washburn (1819-1881) from Schaff’s Christ in Song, 1869, altered in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 37Henry J. Gauntlett (1805-1876)
038Are Thy Toils and Woes Increasing?St. Methodius II (?-836) from the Paracletice, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) from Hymns of the Eastern Church, 1862, altered in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 38Sir John Stainer (1840-1901)
039Last of Creation’s DaysRev. Thomas Whytehead (1815-1843)St. Bride’sSamuel Howard (1710-1782)
040He Sleeps, and from His Open SideRev. Charles Wesley (1703-1791)WeimarCarl Philip Emanuel Bach (1714-1788)
041Christ, the Life of All the LivingJesu, meines Lebens LebenErnst Christoph Homburg (1605-1681), Translation by Miss Catherine Winkworth (1829-1878)Hymnary No. 41Sir Julius Benedict (1804-1885)
042O World! Behold upon the TreeO Welt, sieh hier dein LebenRev. Paulus Gerhardt (1607-1676), Translation by Miss Catherine Winkworth (1829-1878)Hymnary No. 42Sir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
043Go to Dark GethsemaneJames Montgomery (1771-1854)Hymnary No. 43Rev. Sir Frederick A. G. Ouseley (1825-1889)
044Jesu, Let Thy Sufferings Ease UsRev. Charles Wesley (1707-1788)Hymnary No. 44Samuel Sebastian Wesley (1810-1876)
045O Love Divine, What Hast Thou Done?Rev. Charles Wesley (1707-1788)Hymnary No. 45Henry Smart (1813-1879)
046Oh! Who Like Thee, So Calm, So BrightBishop A. Cleveland Coxe (1818-1896)BuckleburyHarmonia Perfecta, 1730
047Slain for My Soul, for All My Sins DefamedRev. Herbert Kynaston (1809-1878)Hymnary No. 47Thomas Hewlett (1845-1874)
048Take up Thy Cross, the Savior SaidRev. Charles W. Everest (1814-1877)ShropshireEdward J. Hopkins (1818-1901)
049At Length Six Days Their Course Have RunTandem peractis, O DeusCharles Coffin (1676-1749), Translation based on Rev. Isaac Williams (1802-1865)ThanksgivingRev. John B. Dykes (1823-1876)
050Sabbath of the Saints of OldRev. Thomas Whytehead (1815-1843)Hymnary No. 50Italian Chorale
051Framer of the Earth and SkyÆterne rerum ConditorSt. Ambrose (circa 340-397), St. Ninian’s Hymns, 1850, Translation by Cardinal John H. Newman (1801-1890)LubeckGerman Melody
052Again the Daylight Fills the SkyJam lucis orto sidereAscribed to St. Ambrose (340-397), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) in the Hymnal Noted, 1854ErfurtRev. Martin Luther (1483-1546)
053Now, When the Dusky Shades of Night RetreatingAnonymousHymnary No. 53Sir John Stainer (1840-1901)
054As the Sun Doth Daily RiseMatutinus altioraLatin, Translation by Earl Nelson (1823-1913)Hymnary No. 54Philip Armes (1836-1908)
055Upraised from Sleep, to Thee We KneelFrom the Horologion (Greek Office Book), 4th Century, Translation by Rev. Richard C. Singleton (1810-1881)Hymnary No. 55Sir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
056Awake, My Soul, and with the SunBishop Thomas Ken (1637-1711)Redhead, No. 4Richard Redhead (1820-1901)
057Every Morning Mercies NewRev. Greville Phillimore (1821-1884)Hymnary No. 57Edward J. Hopkins (1818-1901)
058Christ, Whose Glory Fills the SkiesRev. Charles Wesley (1707-1788)Hymnary No. 58Samuel Sebastian Wesley (1810-1876)
059Come, My Soul, Thou Must Be WakingSeele du musst munter werdenFriedrich Rudolph Ludwig von Canitz (1654-1699), Translation by Rev. Henry J. Buckoll (1803-1871)Hymnary No. 59Sir John Stainer (1840-1901)
060Forth in Thy Name, O Lord, We GoRev. Charles Wesley (1707-1788) from Hymns and Sacred Poems, 1749Hymnary No. 60John Naylor (1838-1897)
061New Every Morning Is the LoveRev. John Keble (1792-1866) from his Christian Year, 1827Hymnary No. 61Henry J. Gauntlett (1805-1876)
062O God, Before Thy Sun’s Bright BeamsRev. Greville Phillimore (1821-1884)Hymnary No. 62Philip Armes (1836-1908)
063Sing to the Lord a Joyful SongRev. John S. B. Monsell (1811-1875)Hymnary No. 63Sir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
064Come, Holy Ghost, with God the SonNunc Sancte nobis SpiritusAscribed to St. Ambrose (340-397), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) in the Hymnal Noted, 1854MelcombeSamuel Webbe (1740-1816)
065O God of Truth, Almighty LordRector potens, verax DeusAscribed to St. Ambrose (340-397), Translation by Rev. John Chandler (1806-1876)St. Clement’sPhilip Hart (circa 1650-circa 1749)
066Behold, the Radiant Sun on HighJam solis excelsum jubarCharles Coffin (1676-1749), Translation by John D. Chambers (1805-1893)Hymnary No. 66Samuel Sebastian Wesley (1810-1876)
067All Praise to God, in Light ArrayedBishop Thomas Ken (1637-1711)Hymnary No. 67Henry J. Gauntlett (1805-1876)
068Almighty God, Thy Throne AboveRerum Deus tenax vigorAscribed to St. Ambrose (circa 340-397), Translation by Rev. John Chandler (1806-1876)Hymnary No. 68Charles Steggall (1826-1905)
069aAs Now the Sun’s Declining RaysLabente jam solis rotaCharles Coffin (1676-1749), Translation by Rev. John Chandler (1806-1876)Hymnary No. 69Alexander R. Reinagle (1799-1877)
069bAs Now the Sun’s Declining RaysLabente jam solis rotaCharles Coffin (1676-1749), Translation by Rev. John Chandler (1806-1876)Hymnary No. 69Sir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
070Before the Ending of the DayTe lucis ante terminumAscribed to St. Ambrose (circa 340-397), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866)Hymnary No. 70Sir George A. Macfarren (1813-1887)
071Gladdening Light, the Bright Forth-ShewingVesper Hymn from the Greek Service Book, 4th Century, Translation by Rev. William Cooke (1821-1894)Hymnary No. 71Rev. John B. Dykes (1823-1876)
072aThe Sun Is Sinking FastSol praeceps rapiturLatin, 18th century, Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall (1814-1878)Hymnary No. 72Henry Smart (1813-1879)
072bThe Sun Is Sinking FastSol praeceps rapiturLatin, 18th century, Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall (1814-1878)Hymnary No. 72Edward J. Hopkins (1818-1901)
073aThe Day Is Past and OverCento from early Greek Service Book, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866)St. AnatoliusRev. John B. Dykes (1823-1876)
073bThe Day Is Past and OverCento from early Greek Service Book, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866)Hymnary No. 73Sir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
074aAbide with Me, Fast Falls the EventideRev. Henry F. Lyte (1793-1847) from a leaflet published at Berryhead, 1847Hymnary No. 74Edward J. Hopkins (1818-1901)
074bAbide with Me, Fast Falls the EventideRev. Henry F. Lyte (1793-1847) from a leaflet published at Berryhead, 1847Hymnary No. 74Sir John Goss (1800-1880)
075All Praise to Him Who Dwells in BlissRev. Charles Wesley (1707-1788) from Collection of Psalms and Hymns, 1741YorkAndrew Hart’s Psalter, 1616
076All Praise to Thee, My God, This NightBishop Thomas Ken (1637-1711)Tallis’ CanonThomas Tallis (circa 1505-1585)
077At Even, Ere the Sun Was SetRev. Henry Twells (1823-1900) from the Appendix to the first edition of Hymns Ancient and Modern, 1868St. BlasiusHenry J. Gauntlett (1805-1876)
078Father, by Thy Love and PowerJoseph Anstice (1808-1836) from Hymns by the Late Joseph Anstice, 1836Hymnary No. 78Rev. Sir Frederick A. G. Ouseley (1825-1889)
079aGod, That Madest Earth and HeavenBishop Reginald Heber (1783-1826)Hymnary No. 79Henry Smart (1813-1879)
079bGod, That Madest Earth and HeavenBishop Reginald Heber (1783-1826)Hymnary No. 79Charles Steggall (1826-1905)
080Hear Our Prayer, O Heavenly FatherMiss Harriet Parr (1828-1900)Hymnary No. 80Edward J. Hopkins (1818-1901)
081Lord, Ever Show Thy Blessed FaceRev. Richard C. Singleton (1810-1881)Hymnary No. 81Henry Smart (1813-1879)
082aO Lord, the Heaven Thy Power DisplaysWilliam Whiting (1825-1878)Hymnary No. 82Edward J. Hopkins (1818-1901)
082bO Lord, the Heaven Thy Power DisplaysWilliam Whiting (1825-1878)Hymnary No. 82Rev. Sir Frederick A. G. Ouseley (1825-1889)
083Savior, Again to Thy Dear Name We RaiseRev. John Ellerton (1826-1893)Hymnary No. 83Sir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
084Sun of My Soul, Thou Savior DearRev. John Keble (1792-1866)Hymnary No. 84German
085aSweet Savior, Bless Us Ere We GoRev. Frederick W. Faber (1814-1863)ImmanuelHenry J. Gauntlett (1805-1876)
085bSweet Savior, Bless Us Ere We GoRev. Frederick W. Faber (1814-1863)ComplineRev. Leighton G. Hayne (1836-1883)
086The Brightening Dawn and Voiceful DayRev. William H. Burleigh (1812-1871)Hymnary No. 86Theodore E. Aylward (1844-1933)
087The Day Is Gently Sinking to a CloseBishop Christopher Wordsworth (1807-1885)Hymnary No. 87Henry Smart (1813-1879)
088The Day Is Past and GoneGrates, peracto jam dieCharles Coffin (1676-1749), Translation by William John Blew (1808-1894)Hymnary No. 88William Metcalfe (1830-1909)
089The Day, O Lord, Is SpentRev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866)Hymnary No. 89Sir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
090The Radiant Morn Hath Passed AwayRev. Godfrey Thring (1823-1903)Hymnary No. 90Charles F. Gounod (1818-1893)
091aThrough the Day Thy Love Has Spared UsRev. Thomas Kelly (1769-1855)DretzelGerman
091bThrough the Day Thy Love Has Spared UsRev. Thomas Kelly (1769-1855)Hymnary No. 91Sir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
092It Is the Midnight HourMediae noctis temporeLatin (8th century), Translation based upon Mrs. Elizabeth R. Charles (1828-1896)Hymnary No. 92Edwin George Monk (1819-1900)
093Behold, the Bridegroom Cometh in the Middle of the NightMidnight Office of the Greek Church, Translation by Rev. Gerard Moultrie (1829-1885)Hymnary No. 93Sir George A. Macfarren (1813-1887)
094Supernal Word, Proceeding fromVerbum Supernum prodiensFrom the Roman Breviary, 1632, based on Advent hymn of fifth century, Translation by Cardinal John Henry Newman (1801-1890)Hymnary No. 94J. Baptiste Calkin (1827-1905)
095Hark! The Baptist’s Voice Is SoundingEn clara vox redarguitAscribed to St. Ambrose (340-397), Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall (1814-1878)StuttgardGerman
096On Jordan’s Bank the Baptist’s CryJordanis oras præviaCharles Coffin (1676-1749), Translation by Rev. John Chandler (1806-1876)Winchester NewOld Melody
097Lift Up the Advent Strain!Instantis adventum DeiCharles Coffin (1676-1749), Translation by Rev. John Chandler (1806-1876)Hymnary No. 97Sir John Goss (1800-1880)
098Thou, the Savior EverlastingSalus aeterna, indeficiens mundiLatin gradual, Translation by Rev. Edward A. Dayman (1807-1890)BethanyHenry Smart (1813-1879)
099Christ That Ever ReignethRegnantem sempiterna per saecula suscepturaLatin sequence, Translation by Rev. Edward A. Dayman (1807-1890)Hymnary No. 99George M. Garrett (1834-1897)
100Thou God, ’Mid Cherubim on HighQui regis sceptra forti dextra solus cunctaLatin sequence, Translation by Rev. Edward A. Dayman (1807-1890)Hymnary No. 100Edwin G. Monk (1819-1900)
101Honor and Glory, Thanksgiving and PraiseRev. Edward A. Dayman (1807-1890)Hymnary No. 101Sir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
102Creator of the Starry HeightConditor alme siderumLatin, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) in the Hymnal Noted, 1854Hymnary No. 102George M. Garrett (1834-1897)
103aDraw Nigh, Draw Nigh, ImmanuelVeni, veni, Emmanuel12th century Latin antiphon, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) in the Hymnal Noted, 1854ImmanuelHenry J. Gauntlett (1805-1876)
103bDraw Nigh, Draw Nigh, ImmanuelVeni, veni, Emmanuel12th century Latin antiphon, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) in the Hymnal Noted, 1854Hymnary No. 103Charles F. Gounod (1818-1893)
104O Lord, the Rolling Years FulfillStatuta decreto DeiCharles Coffin (1676-1749) from Hymni Sacri, 1736, Translation by Editors of The Hymnary, 1872, based on Rev. Isaac Williams, 1839Hymnary No. 104J. Baptiste Calkin (1827-1905)
105When Night Has Veiled the Earth in ShadeIn noctis umbra desidesCharles Coffin (1676-1749) from Paris Breviary, 1736, Translation by Editors of The Hymnary, 1872, based on Rev. John Chandler, 1837, John D. Chambers, 1857Hymnary No. 105William Metcalfe (1830-1909)
106Day of Death, in Silence SpeedingGravi me terrore pulsas vitae dies ultimaSt. Peter Damiani (circa 1002-1072), Rev. Edward Caswall (1814-1878) from Masque of Mary, and Other Poems, 1858Hymnary No. 106Henry Smart (1813-1879)
107Day of Wrath, O Dreadful Day  Sir John Stainer (1840-1901)
108Lo, the Day of Christ’s Appearing  Richard Redhead (1820-1901)
109The World Is Very Evil  Samuel Sebastian Wesley (1810-1876)
110aThat Day of Wrath, That Dreadful DayDies irae, dies illaThomas of Celano, 13th century, Translation by Sir Walter Scott (1771-1832) from The Lay of the Lost Mistrel, 1805Babylon’s StreamsThomas Campion (1575-1619)
110bThat Day of Wrath, That Dreadful DayDies irae, dies illaThomas of Celano, 13th century, Translation by Sir Walter Scott (1771-1832) from The Lay of the Lost Mistrel, 1805Hymnary No. 110Sir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
111That Fearful Day, That Day of Speechless DreadAscribed to St. Anatolius, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866)Hymnary No. 111Charles F. Gounod (1818-1893)
112Behold He Comes, Thy King Most HolyRev. Benjamin Webb (1820-1885)Hymnary No. 112Sir George A. Macfarren (1813-1887)
113Hark the Glad Sound, the Savior ComesRev. Philip Doddridge (1702-1751)Hymnary No. 113George M. Garrett (1834-1897)
114He Is Coming, He Is ComingMrs. Cecil F. Alexander (1818-1895)FormosaSir Arthur S. Sullivan (1842-1900)
115Lo, He Comes with Clouds DescendingRev. John Cennick (1718-1755) in Collection of Sacred Hymns, 1752, Rev. Charles Wesley (1707-1788) from Hymns of Intercession for All Mankind, 1758, Cento with alterations by Rev. Martin Madan (1726-1790) in Collection of Psalms and Hymns, 1760Hymnary No. 36Charles F. Gounod (1818-1893)
116O God, What Do I See and Hear?Anonymous in Sheffield Psalms and Hymns, 1802, Rev. William B. Collyer (1782-1854) from Collyer’s Selection, 1812, altered by Rev. Thomas Cotterill (1779-1823) in his Selection, 1819, altered in The Hymnary, 1872Luther’s HymnRev. Martin Luther (1483-1546)
117The Marriage Feast Is ReadyRev. Gerard Moultrie (1829-1885) from Hymns and Lyrics, 1867Hymnary No. 117Theodore E. Aylward (1844-1933)
118aWake, Awake, for Night Is FlyingWachet auf! Ruft uns die StimmeRev. Philipp Nicolai (1556-1608), Translation by Rev. William Cooke (1821-1894) based on Rev. Edward A. Dayman (1807-1890)Hymnary No. 118German
118bWake, Awake, for Night Is FlyingWachet auf! Ruft uns die StimmeRev. Philipp Nicolai (1556-1608), Translation by Rev. William Cooke (1821-1894) based on Rev. Edward A. Dayman (1807-1890)Hymnary No. 118Edward H. Thorne (1834-1916)
119O Heavenly Wisdom, Hear Our CryO SapientiaLatin Advent Antiphon, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) from Hymns for Children, Third Series, 1846St. JamesRaphael Courteville (circa 1670-1735)
120O Thou, Who Camedst Down of OldO Adonai et dux domus IsraelLatin Advent Antiphon, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) from Hymns for Children, Third Series, 1846BedfordWilliam Wheall (1690-1727) in Willkin’s Psalmody, 1699
121O Root of Jesse, Thou on WhomO Radix JesseLatin Advent Antiphon, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) from Hymns for Children, Third Series, 1846AbbeyScotch Psalter, 1615
122O Key of David, Hailed by ThoseO Clavis DavidLatin Advent Antiphon, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) from Hymns for Children, Third Series, 1846Ordination HymnThomas Tallis (1505-1585)
123O Very God of Very GodO OriensLatin Advent Antiphon, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) from Hymns for Children, Third Series, 1846Hymnary No. 123Richard Redhead (1820-1901)
124O Thou, on Whom the Nations WaitO Rex GentiumLatin Advent Antiphon, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) from Hymns for Children, Third Series, 1846WinchesterEste’s Psalter, 1592
125O Thou, Whose Name Is “God with Us”O ImmanuelLatin Advent Antiphon, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) from Hymns for Children, Third Series, 1846Hymnary No. 125Herbert S. Irons (1834-1905)
126From Lands That See the Sun AriseA solis ortus cardineLatin, fifth century, Translation by Rev Edward Caswall (1814-1878) from Lyra Caholica, 1849, with the first line from translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 126Henry Smart (1813-1879)
127Jesu, Redeemer of the WorldJesu, Redemptor omnium, Quem lucis ante originemAmbrosian, Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall (1814-1878) from Lyra Catholica, 1849St. BarnabasRev. John B. Dykes (1823-1876)
128O Come, All Ye FaithfulAdeste fideles laeti trumpantesLatin, 17th or 18th century, Translation by Rev. Frederick Oakeley (1802-1880) from A Hymnal for Use in the English Church, Rev. Francis Henry Murray, 1852Adeste FidelesJohn Reading (1677-1764)
129Approach, All Ye FaithfulAdeste fideles laeti trumpantesLatin, 17th or 18th century, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) in the Hymnal Noted, 1854 Sir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
130Christians, Awake, Salute the Happy Morn  Sir John Goss (1800-1880)
131To Him, God’s Only SonNato canunt omniaLatin, circa 1000, Translation by Rev. Edward A. Dayman (1807-1890) Berthold Tours (1838-1897)
132Hark! The Hosts of Heaven Are Singing  Henry Smart (1813-1879)
133O Come, New Anthems Let Us Sing   
134Hark, the Heaven’s Sweet Melody  Sir John Goss (1800-1880)
135O Come, Loud Anthems Let Us Sing  Samuel Sebastian Wesley (1810-1876)
136Hail, Blest Redeemer of the Earth   
137Of the Father Sole BegottenCorde natus ex Parentis  Henry Smart (1813-1879)
138God from on High Hath Heard Hymnary No. 138Sir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
139O Savior of the World ForlornSalvator mundi DomineRev. William J. Copeland (1804-1885)BreslauGerman
140Christ Has Come for Our SalvationNato nobis SalvatoreAdam of St. Victor (?-1192), Translation by Rev. Edward A. Dayman (1807-1890) in The Hymnary, 1871Hymnary No. 140Henry Smart (1813-1879)
141Dost Thou in a Manger Lie?Eia mea anima, Bethlehem eamusJean Mauburn, 1494, Translation by Mrs. Elizabeth Charles, 1858Hymnary No. 141George M. Garrett (1834-1897)
142Christ Is Born: Forth Tell His Fame!  Charles F. Gounod (1818-1893)
143A Great and Mighty Wonder LincolnMelchior Vulpius (1560-1616)
144Come, Ye Nations, Thankful OwnAgnoscat omne saeculum Hymnary No. 144Sir George J. Elvey (1816-1893)
145Hark! The Herald-Angels SingRev. Charles Wesley (1707-1788) from Hymns and Sacred Poems, 1739, altered in Whitefield’s Collection, 1753, Madan’s Psalms and Hymns, 1760FestgesangFelix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1809-1847)
146While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks by NightNahum Tate (1652-1715)St. MagnusPlayford’s Divine Companion, 1709
147First of Martyrs, Thou Whose NameO qui tuo, dux martyrumJean Baptiste de Santeuil (1630-1697) in Cluniac Breviary, 1686, Translation is a cento based on various previous translations in The Hymnary, 1872LubeckGerman Melody
148Jesu, Word of God IncarnateHeri mundus exultavitAdam of St. Victor (?-1192), Translation by Rev. William Cooke (1821-1894) in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 148Charles F. Gounod (1818-1893)
149Jesu, Lord, Thy Praise We SingStephano primo martyriLatin, circa 1150, Translation by William J. Blew (1808-1894) in Church Hymn and Tune Book, 1852, altered by Rev. William Cooke (1821-1894) in Cooke and Denton’s Hymnal, 1853WeimarMelchior Vulpius (1560-1616)
150The Life, Which God’s Incarnate WordQuae dixit, egit, pertulitFrom the Cluniac Breviary, 1686, Translation by Rev Edward Caswall (1814-1878) from Lyra Catholica, 1849, altered in The Hymnary, 1872AbbeyScotch Psalter, 1615
151An Exile for the FaithJussu tyranni pro fideRev. Nicolas le Tourneaux (1640-1686) from the Cluniac Breviary, 1686, Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall (1814-1878) from Lyra Catholica, 1849, alteredHymnary No. 151Philip Armes (1836-1908)
152O Thou, Who Gavest Thy Servant GraceBishop Reginald Heber (1783-1826), published in Hymns, 1827, alteredHymnary No. 68Charles Steggall (1826-1905)
153All Hail, Ye Infant Martyr-FlowersSalvete flores martyrumAurelius Clemens Prudentius (348-413), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) in the Hymnal Noted, 1854, altered in The Hymnary, 1872TrinityHenry J. Gauntlett (1805-1876)
154The Hymn for Conquering Martyrs RaiseHymnum canentes martyrumThe Venerable Bede (673-735), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) from Mediaeval Hymns, 1851Hymnary No. 154Sir John Goss (1800-1880)
155All Praise to Thee, O LordMrs. Emma L. Toke (1812-1872) from Hymns for Public Worship (S.P.C.K.), 1851, altered in The Hymnary, 1872DurhamOld Melody
156The Year Is Gone; Another DawnsLapsus est annus: redit annus alterMeaux Breviary, 17136, Translation by Rev. William Cooke (1821-1894) for The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 156Francis R. Statham (1844-1908)
157For Thy Mercy and Thy GraceRev. Henry Downton (1818-1885)Hymnary No. 157John Naylor (1838-1897)
158O Happy Day, When First Was PouredFelix dies quam proprioAbbé Sebastian Besnault (?-1724) in the Paris Breviary, 1736, Translation by Rev. John Chandler (1806-1876) from Hymns of the Primitive Church, 1837, altered in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 2Berthold Tours (1838-1897)
159Thy Blood, O Christ, Hath Made Our PeaceRev. Henry Alford (1810-1871)Hymnary No. 159J. Hamilton Clarke (1840-1912)
160O Come, and Let Us Tell with PraiseEia recolamus laudibus piis dignaSt. Balbulus Notker (840-912), Translation by Rev. Edward H. Plumptre (1821-1891) in The Hymnary, 1872OldenburgGerman Melody
161The Word, Who Dwelt above the SkiesVerbum quod ante saeculaSens Breviary, 1726, Translation by Rev. John Chandler (1806-1876) from Hymns of the Primitive Church, 1837, altered in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 161Samuel Reay (1822-1905)
162aWarrior Kings Their Titles GainVictis sibi cognominaFrom the Paris Breviary, 1736, Translation by John D. Chambers (1805-1893) from Lauda Syon, 1857, altered in The Hymnary, 1872ViennaJustin H. Knecht (1752-1817)
162bWarrior Kings Their Titles Gain  Charles Steggall (1826-1905)
163The Law’s Weak Elements  Philip Armes (1836-1908)
164Father, Here We Dedicate   
165The Year Begins with Thee  German Melody
166Bethlehem, Not the Least of Cities  Rev. John B. Dykes (1823-1876)
167The Lord Comes Forth from Jordan’s Stream  Old Melody
168Lo, the Pilgrim MagiLinquunt tecta Magi principis urbis  Charles Steggall (1826-1905)
169In Stature Grows the Heavenly Child  Henry J. Gauntlett (1805-1876)
170Jesu!– The Very Thought of Thee  Henry Smart (1813-1879)
171O, Come and Praise, with Chant and Song  Edward J. Hopkins (1818-1901)
172Jesu!– The Very Thought Is Sweet  Robert Schumann (1810-1856)
173What Star Is This So Strangely Bright?Quae stella sole pulchrior   
174The Star Proclaims the King Is Here  Henry Smart (1813-1879)
175The Baptist’s Cry with Thrilling Sounds Hymnary No. 61Henry J. Gauntlett (1805-1876)
176Through Jewry’s Darkness Jesus Walks  German Melody
177O Love, How Deep, How Broad, How High  Rev. Sir Frederick A. G. Ouseley (1825-1889)
178As with Gladness Men of Old DixGerman Melody
179Hail to the Lord’s Anointed  German Melody
180The People That in Darkness Sat  Charles Steggall (1826-1905)
181God of Mercy, God of Grace   
182Within the Father’s House   
183All Praise to Thee, O Lord  German Melody
184Fierce Raged the Storm of Wind   
185O Lord of Health and Life, What Tongue Can TellRev. Greville Phillimore (1821-1884) from The Parish Hymn-book, 1863LangleyRev. Sir Frederick A. G. Ouseley (1825-1889)
186Not By Thy Mighty HandBishop James R. Woodford (1820-1885) from The Parish Hymn-book, 1863Hymnary No. 186Edwin George Monk (1819-1900)
187The Son of Man Shall ComeRev. Hyde W. Beadon (1812-1891) from the Parish Hymn-book, 1863Hymnary No. 187Edwin George Monk (1819-1900)
188Alleluia, Song of SweetnessAlleluia, dulce carmenLatin, 11th Century, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) in the Hymnal Noted, 1854Hymnary No. 188Edward J. Hopkins (1818-1901)
189In Sweet Consent Let All the Anthem SingCantemus cuncti melodum nunc, AlleluiaNotker Balbulus (circa 840-912), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) from Hymnal Noted, 1854, altered in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 189Sir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
190O Lord, Who Art Enthroned on HighRebus creatis nil egensCharles Coffin (1676-1749) from Paris Breviary, 1736, Translation by Rev. John Chandler (1806-1876) from Hymns of the Primitive Church, 1837, altered in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 190Henry Smart (1813-1879)
191Creator of the World, Do ThouRerum Creator omniumCharles Coffin (1676-1749) from Paris Breviary, 1736, Translation by Rev. Isaac Williams (1802-1865) from Hymns Translated from the Paris Breviary, 1839, altered in The Hymnary, 1872GloucesterRichard Farrant (circa 1530-1585)
192Lord, While Thy Chastening Arrows FallUltricibus nos undiqueCharles Coffin (1676-1749) from Paris Breviary, 1736, Translation by Rev. Isaac Williams (1802-1865) from Hymns Translated from the Paris Breviary, 1839, altered in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 192Henry Smart (1813-1879)
193O Father, Who This Earth Hast GivenJubes: et, in praeceps aquisCharles Coffin (1676-1749) from Paris Breviary, 1736, Translation based on Rev. Isaac Williams (1802-1865) by the editors of The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 193Henry J. Gauntlett (1805-1876)
194O Praise the Lord, the King of KingsIisdem creati fluctibusCharles Coffin (1676-1749) from Paris Breviary, 1736, Translation based on John D. Chambers (1805-1893) by the editors of The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 1George M. Garrett (1834-1897)
195Creator of the Earth, to TheeTe laeta, mundi ConditorCharles Coffin (1676-1749) from Paris Breviary, 1736, Translation from Hymns Ancient and Modern,1861, altered in The Hymnary, 1872WeimarCarl Philip Emanuel Bach (1714-1788)
196How Blest Were They Who Walked in LoveVos ante Christi temporaCharles Coffin (1676-1749) from Paris Breviary, 1736, Translation from Hymns Ancient and Modern,1861, based on Rev. John Chandler (1806-1876), altered in The Hymnary, 1872ThanksgivingRev. John B. Dykes (1823-1876)
197Lord of the Hearts of MenSupreme motor cordiumCharles Coffin (1676-1749) from Paris Breviary, 1736, Translation by Bishop James R. Woodford (1820-1885) in the Parish Hymn-book, 1863NewlandHenry J. Gauntlett (1805-1876)
198When Earth’s Fierce Tempest O’er Us RollsJactamur heu quot fluctibusCharles Coffin (1676-1749) from Paris Breviary, 1736, Translation by Rev. John Chandler (1806-1876) from Hymns of the Primitive Church, 1837, altered in The Hymnary, 1872WindsorEste’s Psalter, 1592
199aBrief Life Is Here Our PortionHic breve viviturSt. Bernard of Cluny, circa 1145, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866)St. AlphegeHenry J. Gauntlett (1805-1876)
199bBrief Life Is Here Our PortionHic breve viviturSt. Bernard of Cluny, circa 1145, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866)Hymnary No. 199Samuel Sebastian Wesley (1810-1876)
200The Bygone Days in Time’s Dark Ocean SleepDies absoluti praetereuntFrom St. Gall, 11th century, Translation by Rev. Edward A. Dayman (1807-1890) in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 200Henry Smart (1813-1879)
201All Praise to Him Who Built the HillsRev. Horatius Bonar (1808-1889) from Hymns of Faith and Hope, 1861, altered in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 201Sir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
202Christian, Seek Not Yet ReposeMiss Charlotte Elliott (1789-1871) from Morning and Evening Hymns for a Week, 1839Hymnary No. 202Philip Armes (1836-1908)
203aFar from Our Heavenly HomeRev. Henry F. Lyte (1793-1847) from Spirit of the Psalms, 1834Wesley’sSamuel Sebastian Wesley (1810-1876)
203bFar from Our Heavenly HomeRev. Henry F. Lyte (1793-1847) from Spirit of the Psalms, 1834Hymnary No. 203Philip Armes (1836-1908)
204Father of Love, Our Guide and FriendRev. William J. Irons (1812-1883) written for a confirmation in 1844St. AgnesRev. John B. Dykes (1823-1876)
205In Exile Here We WanderRev. William Cooke (1821-1894)Hymnary No. 205Philip Armes (1836-1908)
206O Jesu, Our Beloved KingRev. Edward Caswall (1814-1878) from Catholic Hymns, 1851St. FulbertHenry J. Gauntlett (1805-1876)
207The Church Has Waited LongRev. Horatius Bonar (1808-1889) from the Bible Hymn Book, 1845Hymnary No. 207Charles Steggall (1826-1905)
208The Solemn Season Calls Us NowSollemne nos jejuniiFrom the Paris Breviary, 1736, Translation by Rev. John Chandler (1806-1876) from Hymns of the Primitive Church, 1837St. MarkHenry J. Gauntlett (1805-1876)
209The Darkness Flies, and Joyful EarthJam Christe sol justitiaeAnonymous circa sixth century, Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall (1814-1878) from Lyra Catholica, 1849ByzantiumThomas Jackson (1715-1781)
210Jesu, with Fast for Sinful ManJesu quadragenariaeAscribed to St. Hilary of Poictiers (?-368), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) from Hymnal Noted, 1854, altered in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 210George M. Garrett (1834-1897)
211O Loving Maker of MankindAudi, benigne ConditorSt. Gregory the Great (circa 540-604), Translation by Rev Edward Caswall (1814-1878) from Lyra Catholica, 1849, altered in The Hymnary, 1872GregoryAncient Melody
212By Precepts Taught in Ages PastEx more docti mysticoAscribed to St. Gregory the Great (circa 540-604), recast by Charles Coffin (1676-1749) in the Paris Breviary, 1736, Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall (1814-1878) from Lyra Catholica, 1849, altered in The Hymnary, 1872LamentationRavenscroft’s Psalter, 1621
213Lo, Now Is Our Accepted DayEcce tempus idoneumAscribed to St. Gregory the Great (circa 540-604), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) in the Hymnal Noted, 1852, altered in The Hymnary, 1872Babylon’s StreamsThomas Campion (1575-1619)
214O Christ, Thou Art the Light and DayChriste, qui lux es et diesAmbrosian, Translation by Rev. William J. Copeland (1804-1885) from Hymns for the Week, 1848, altered in The Hymnary, 1872BreslauGerman
215Jesu, Name All Names AboveSt. Theoctistus of the Studium, circa 890, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) from Hymns of the Eastern Church, 1862Hymnary No. 215J. Baptiste Calkin (1827-1905)
216And Wilt Thou Hear, O Lord?St. Joseph the Hymnographer (?-883), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) from Hymns of the Eastern Church, 1862, altered in The Hymnary, 1872SouthwellDenham’s Psalter, 1588
217The Deep of Many a Former SinGreek, ninth century, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) from Hymns of the Eastern Church, 1862, altered in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 217John Naylor (1838-1897)
218Whence Shall Our Tears Begin?St. Andrew of Crete (660-732), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) from Hymns of the Eastern Church, 1862Hymnary No. 218Edward H. Thorne (1834-1916)
219Forty Days and Forty NightsRev. George H. Smyttan (1825-1870)HernleinGerman
220Have Mercy, Lord, on MeTate and Brady’s New Version, 1696, Psalm 51St. Bride’sSamuel Howard (1710-1782)
221aLord, in These Days of Humblest PrayerRev. Frederick W. Faber (1814-1863) from Jesus and Mary, second edition, 1852Hymnary No. 221Sir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
221bLord, in These Days of Humblest PrayerRev. Frederick W. Faber (1814-1863) from Jesus and Mary, second edition, 1852Hymnary No. 221Samuel Reay (1822-1905)
222Lord, in This Thy Mercy’s DayRev. Isaac Williams (1802-1865) from The Baptistery, 1842Hymnary No. 222Sir Arthur S. Sullivan (1842-1900)
223Lord, When We Bend Before Thy ThroneRev. Joseph D. Carlyle (1758-1804) from John Fawcett’s Psalms and Hymns, 1802St. MaryArchdeacon Prys’ Book of Psalms, 1621
224O Jesu Christ, if Sin There BeRev. Edward Caswall (1814-1878), based on “If There Be Any Special Thing” in Masque of Mary, and Other Poems, 1858, altered in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 224Sir John Stainer (1840-1901)
225O Jesu, Our SalvationRev. James Hamilton (1819-1896) in the People’s Hymnal, 1867, altered in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 225Sir Arthur S. Sullivan (1842-1900)
226O Lord, Turn Not Thy Face from MeAttributed to John Mardey, likely a variant of Rev. John Marckant (?-circa 1561)Funeral HymnArnold’s Psalms, 1791
227Thee, Jesu, Suffering, CrucifiedRev. Edward Caswall (1814-1878), based on “This Day and at This Very Hour” from Masque of Mary, and Other Poems, 1858Hymnary No. 227Charles F. Gounod (1818-1893)
228Weary of Earth, and Laden with My SinRev. Samuel J. Stone (1839-1900) from Lyra Fidelium, 1866Hymnary No. 228James Langran (1835-1909)
229Sing, My Tongue, the Savior’s GloryPange lingua gloriosi proelium certaminisBishop Venantius Honorius Clementianus Fortunatus (530-609), Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall (1814-1878) from Lyra Catholica, 1849Hymnary No. 229Charles Steggall (1826-1905)
230Now the Thirty Years AccomplishedPange lingua gloriosi proelium certaminisVenantius Fortunatus (circa 530-609), cento based on translations by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) and Rev. Edward Caswall (1814-1878) in The Hymnary, 1872MannheimGerman
231The Royal Banners Forward GoVexilla Regis prodeuntBishop Venantius Honorius Clementianus Fortunatus (circa 530-609), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) from Mediaeval Hymns, 1851, altered in The Hymnary, 1872ErfurtRev. Martin Luther (1483-1546)
232The Blessed Cross Now Shines to UsCrux benedicta nitet, Dominus qua carne pependitBishop Venantius Honorius Clementianus Fortunatus (circa 530-609), Translation by Mrs. Elizabeth Charles (1828-1896) from The Voice of Christian Life in Song, 1858, altered in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 227Charles F. Gounod (1818-1893)
233Daughter of Zion! Cease Thy Bitter TearsVenit e caelo Mediator altoRoman Breviary, Lyons, 1852, Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall (1814-1878) from Lyra Catholica, 1849, altered in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 233Edward H. Thorne (1834-1916)
234This Day the Wondrous MysteryMysterium mirabile, Hac luce nobis panditurFrom the Roman Breviary, Bologna, 1827, Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall (1814-1878) from Lyra Catholica, 1849CologneGerman
235He, Who Once in Righteous VengeanceIra justa conditorisFrom the Roman Breviary, Bologna, 1827, Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall (1814-1878) from Lyra Catholica, 1849Hymnary No. 148Charles F. Gounod (1818-1893)
236In the Lord’s Atoning GriefIn passione DominiSt. Bonaventure (1221-1274), Translation by Rev. Frederick Oakeley (1802-1880) in 1841, altered in Hymns Ancient and Modern, 1861Hymnary No. 236Richard Redhead (1820-1901)
237aO’erwhelmed in Depths of WoeSaevo dolorum turbineFrom the Roman Breviary, Bologna, 1827, Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall (1814-1878) from Lyra Catholica, 1849St. GilesSupplement to the New Version, 1703
237bO’erwhelmed in Depths of WoeSaevo dolorum turbineFrom the Roman Breviary, Bologna, 1827, Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall (1814-1878) from Lyra Catholica, 1849Hymnary No. 237Sir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
238O Thou, Who in the Pains of DeathDum, Christe, confixus cruciCharles Coffin (1676-1749) from the Paris Breviary, 1736, Translation by Rev. William Cooke (1821-1894) for The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 238Samuel Reay (1822-1905)
239See, Where in Shame the God of Glory HangsAspice, infami Deus ipse lignoFrom the Appendix to the Roman Breviary, Bologna, 1827, Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall (1814-1878) from Lyra Catholica, 1849, altered in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 239Edwin George Monk (1819-1900)
240See from on High the Source of Saving GraceAspice ut Verbum Patris a supernisAnonymous, Latin, Translation by Rev Edward Caswall (1814-1878) from Lyra Catholica, 1849, altered in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 240Charles Steggall (1826-1905)
241Come, Let Us Sit and WeepMaerentes oculi spargite lachrymasFrom the Roman Breviary, Bologna, 1827, Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall (1814-1878) from Lyra Catholica, 1849, altered in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 241Berthold Tours (1838-1897)
242By the Cross Sad Vigil KeepingStabat Mater dolorosaAscribed to Pope Innocent III (?-1216) and Jacobus de Benedictis (?-1306), Translation by Bishop Richard Mant (1776-1848) in the British Magazine, October 1833, altered in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 242Sir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
243Now, My Soul, Thy Voice UpraisingProme vocem, mens, canoramClaude de Santeuil (1628-1684) in the Paris Breviary, 1680, Cento based on translations by Rev. John Chandler (1806-1876) from Hymns of the Primitive Church, 1837, and Sir Henry W. Baker (1821-1877) from Hymns Ancient and Modern, 1861Hymnary No. 243Rev. John B. Dykes (1823-1876)
244Hail, Thou Head, So Bruised and TornSalve caput cruentatumSt. Bernard of Clairvaux (1091-1153), Translation by Mrs. Elizabeth Charles (1828-1896) from The Voice of Christian Life in Song, 1858, altered in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 244Edward H. Thorne (1834-1916)
245Jesu, Good Beyond ComparingSalve Jesu, summe bonusSt. Bernard of Clairvaux (1091-1153), Translation by Rev. Herbert Kynaston (1809-1878) in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 34Henry Smart (1813-1879)
246Glory Be to JesusViva! Viva! GesùItalian, Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall (1814-1878)GenevaOld Latin
247aO Come and Mourn with Me AwhileRev. Frederick W. Faber (1814-1863) from Jesus and Mary, 1849Hymnary No. 247German
247bO Come and Mourn with Me AwhileRev. Frederick W. Faber (1814-1863) from Jesus and Mary, 1849Hymnary No. 247Sir John Goss (1800-1880)
247cO Come and Mourn with Me AwhileRev. Frederick W. Faber (1814-1863) from Jesus and Mary, 1849St. LukeJeremiah Clark (1670-1707)
248Raise, Raise Thine Eyes a Little WayAttolle paulum luminaLatin, seventeenth century, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) from Mediaeval Hymns, 1851, altered in The Hymnary, 1872St. PaulGerman
249aSavior, When in Dust to TheeSir Robert Grant (1779-1838) from the Christian Observer, 1815WeimarMelchior Vulpius (1560-1616)
249bSavior, When in Dust to TheeSir Robert Grant (1779-1838) from the Christian Observer, 1815Hymnary No. 249Sir Arthur S. Sullivan (1842-1900)
250Sweet the Moments, Rich in BlessingRev. W. Walter Shirley (1725-1786) from Countess of Huntingdon’s Collection of Hymns, 1770, based on “While My Jesus I’m Possessing” by Rev. James Allen (1734-1804)Hymnary No. 250Sir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
251When I Survey the Wondrous CrossRev. Isaac Watts (1674-1748) from Hymns and Spiritual Songs, 1707Hymnary No. 251Sir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
252All Glory, Laud, and HonorGloria, laus et honorSt. Theodulph of Orleans (circa 750-821), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) in the Hymnal Noted, 1854, Altered in Hymns Ancient and Modern, 1859St. TheodulphMelchior Teschner, 1613
253Ride On! Ride On in Majesty!Rev. Henry Hart Milman (1791-1868) from Heber’s Hymns, 1827St. DrostaneRev. John B. Dykes (1823-1876)
254See the Destined Day Arise!Pange lingua gloriosi proelium certaminisBishop Venantius H. C. Fortunatus (530-609), Paraphrase by Bishop Richard Mant (1776-1848) in Ancient Hymns from the Roman Breviary, 1837HernleinGerman Melody
255O My People, O Mine OwnPopule meus quid feci tibiThe Improperia, 11th century, Translation by Rev. Gerard Moultrie (1829-1885) from the Church Monitor, Bristol, 1866, recast in Hymns and Lyrics, 1867, altered in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 236Richard Redhead (1820-1901)
256Jesu, All Hail, Who for Our SinJesu nostros ob reatusFrom J. M. Horst’s Paradisus Animae Christianae, Cologne, 1644, Translation by Rev. Frederick William Faber (1814-1863) Jesus and Mary, second edition, 1852Hymnary No. 256Sir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
257Darkly Frowns the Evening SkyRev. Greville Phillimore (1821-1884) from The Parish Hymn-book, 1863Hymnary No. 257German Melody
258To Christ, Whose Cross Repaired Our LossChristum ducem, Qui per crucemAscribed to St. Bonaventure (1221-1274), Translation cento based on Rev. Frederick Oakeley (1802-1880) from Devotions Commemorative of the Most Adorable Passion of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, 1842, in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 26Sir C. Hubert H. Parry (1848-1918)
259So Rest, Our RestSo ruhest du, o meine RuhSalomo Franck (1659-1725) from Geistliche Poesie, 1685, Translation by Richard Massie (1800-1887) from Church Psalter and Hymn Book, 1857MindenChristoph Peter (1626-1669)
260Jesu, the Author of Our LifeRev. John Keble (1792-1866) in the Salisbury Hymn Book, 1857, altered in The Hymnary, 1872DenbighHenry J. Gauntlett (1805-1876)
261Thou, Sore OppressedNun gingst auch duVictor Friedrich von Strauss (1809-1899) from Lieder aus der Gemeine für das Christliche Kirchenjahr, 1843, Translation by Miss Catherine Winkworth (1829-1878) from Lyra Germanica, 2nd Series, 1858Hymnary No. 261J. Baptiste Calkin (1827-1905)
262The Glittering Morn Bedecks the SkyAurora lucis rutilatAscribed to St. Ambrose (340-397), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) in the Hymnal Noted, 1852, altered in The Hymnary, 1872St. EustacheAncient Melody
263Deep Sorrow on the Apostles CameTristes erant ApostoliAscribed to St. Ambrose (340-397), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) in the Hymnal Noted, 1852, altered in The Hymnary, 1872St. EustacheAncient Melody
264Joy Dawned Again on Easter DayClaro Paschali gaudioAscribed to St. Ambrose (340-397), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) in the Hymnal Noted, 1852, altered in The Hymnary, 1872St. EustacheAncient Melody
265O Thou, the Heavens’ Eternal King  Henry J. Gauntlett (1805-1876)
266Christ the Lord Is Risen Today  Sir George J. Elvey (1816-1893)
267Morn’s Roseate Hues Have Decked the Sky   
268Let the Whole World Chant and SingConcinat orbis cunctus, AlleluyaLatin Sequence, Translation by Rev. Edward H. Plumptre (1821-1891) in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 268Henry Smart (1813-1879)
269Bright Glows the Morn This Easter DayFulgens praeclara rutilatLatin Sequence, Translation by Rev. Edward H. Plumptre (1821-1891) in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 61Henry J. Gauntlett (1805-1876)
270Purge Out the Leaven Old of SinZyma vetus expurgeturAdam of St. Victor (?-1192), Translation by Rev. Edward H. Plumptre (1821-1891) in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 270Old Melody
271Alleluia, Let the Nations   
272Praise to Our Lord and Savior Dear   
273Lo! The World from Slumber Risen   
274Unto the Paschal Victim Bring   
275Far Be Sorrow, Tears, and Sighing   
276Ye Choirs of New Jerusalem  Henry J. Gauntlett (1805-1876)
277The Lamb’s High Banquet Called to Share  Old Melody
278At the Lamb’s High Feast We Sing  German Melody
279Beneath a Mighty Arm  Henry J. Gauntlett (1805-1876)
280Jesu, the World’s Redeeming Lord  Old Melody
281The Crown Is on the Victor’s Brow  Anonymous
282Children of God, Rejoice and Sing!  Edward J. Hopkins (1818-1901)
283The Strife Is O’er, the Battle Done!  Anonymous
284“Welcome, Happy Morning!” Age to Age Shall Say  Sir Arthur S. Sullivan (1842-1900)
285Come, Ye Faithful, Raise the Strain Hymnary No. 285Sir Arthur S. Sullivan (1842-1900)
286The Church of God Lifts Up Her Voice  German Melody
287The Day of Resurrection! LancashireHenry Smart (1813-1879)
288Alleluia! Alleluia! Hearts and Voices Heavenward Raise  Sir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
289Christ the Lord Is Risen Again  German Melody
290He Is Risen, He Is Risen  German Melody
291In Thy Glorious Resurrection  Henry Smart (1813-1879)
292aJesus Christ Is Risen TodaySurrexit Christus hodie Hymnary No. 292Charles F. Gounod (1818-1893)
292bJesus Christ Is Risen TodaySurrexit Christus hodie  Old Melody
293Jesus Lives! No Longer NowJesus lebt! Mit ihm auch ich St. AlbinusHenry J. Gauntlett (1805-1876)
294Near the Tomb Where Christ Hath Been WeimarMelchior Vulpius (1560-1616)
295The Foe Behind, the Deep Before  Sir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
296O Lamb of God, That Takest Away the Sins of the World Hymnary No. 296Henry Smart (1813-1879)
297Father, Blessing Every Seed-Time  Rev. John B. Dykes (1823-1876)
298Lord, in Thy Name Thy Servants Plead  William Metcalfe (1830-1909)
299O Blessed Trinity  Old Melody
300O Jesu, Crowned with All RenownArchbishop Edward White Benson (1829-1896) in the Hymnbook for the Use of Wellington College, 1860, Altered by Rev. Benjamin H. Kennedy, 1863Hymnary No. 300Henry J. Gauntlett (1805-1876)
301Soon the Fiery Sun AscendingNocte mox diem fugataFrom the Cluniac Breviary, 1686, Translation by Rev Edward Caswall (1814-1878) from Masque of Mary, and Other Poems, 1858All SaintsGerman Melody
302O Thou, Eternal King, Most HighAeterna Rex altissimeFrom the Roman Breviary, Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall (1814-1878) in Lyra Catholica, 1849, altered in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 302Henry J. Gauntlett (1805-1876)
303A Hymn of Glory Let Us Sing  George M. Garrett (1834-1897)
304At Length the Longed-For Joy Is Given  Old Melody
305To the Throne He Left, Victorious Hymnary No. 305Old Melody
306O Jesu, Our Redemption, Love  Philip Armes (1836-1908)
307Thou Who Dost Build for Us on High  Sir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
308Sing, O Earth, for Thy Redemption!  German Melody
309With All Your Floods AttendingTriumphe! Plaudant mariaAnonymous in Sirenes symphoniacae, Cologne, 1678, Translation by Rev. Herbert Kynaston (1809-1878) in Occasional Hymns, 1862Hymnary No. 309Henry Smart (1813-1879)
310Jesus, Lord of Life EternalSt. Joseph the Hymnographer (?-883), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) from Hymns of the Eastern Church, 1862, altered in The Hymnary, 1872Christmas EveHenry Beaumont Walmisley (1830-1857)
311aHail the Day That Sees Him RiseRev. Charles Wesley (1707-1788) from Hymns and Sacred Poems, 1739Hymnary No. 311Henry J. Gauntlett (1805-1876)
311bHail the Day That Sees Him RiseRev. Charles Wesley (1707-1788) from Hymns and Sacred Poems, 1739Hymnary No. 292Charles F. Gounod (1818-1893)
312Lord, Thy Bitter Passion PastRev. William Henry Rich-Jones (1817-1885) from John Blew’s Church Hymn and Tune Book, 1852-1855DixGerman Melody
313See, the Conqueror Mounts in TriumphBishop Christopher Wordsworth (1807-1885) from Holy Year, 1862Hymnary No. 305Old Melody
314Holy Ghost, IlluminatorBishop Christopher Wordsworth (1807-1885) from Holy Year, 1862Hymnary No. 314William S. Hoyte (1844-1917)
315Thou Art Gone Up on HighMrs. Emma L. Toke (1812-1872) from the S.P.C.K. Hymns for Public Worship , 1852Hymnary No. 315John Naylor (1838-1897)
316Awful Thought of Endless Doom!Sensus quis horror percutitJean Baptiste de Santeuil (1630-1697) in Cluniac Breviary, 1686, Translation by Rev. Robert Campbell (1814-1868) in Hymns and Anthems, 1850, altered in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 316Rev. Frederick A. J. Hervey (1846-1910)
317For Aye Shall Mortals Bless the DayFelix dies mortalibusJean Baptiste de Santeuil (1630-1697) in Cluniac Breviary, 1686, Translation by C. Stuart Calverley (1831-1884) in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 317Alexander R. Reinagle (1799-1877)
318O Christ, Who Dost, Our Herald, RiseO Christe qui noster poliArchbishop Charles de Vintimille (1655-1746) in Cluniac Breviary, 1686, Translation by C. Stuart Calverley (1831-1884) in The Hymnary, 1872 Old Melody
319Sovereign of Heaven, Who Didst PrevailSupreme Rector caelitumAnonymous Latin in the Cluniac Breviary, 1686, Translation by C. Stuart Calverley (1831-1884) in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 319Samuel Reay (1822-1905)
320Come, O Spirit, from on HighVeni, superne Spiritus: Purgata Christi sanguineCharles Coffin (1676-1749) from Paris Breviary, 1736, Translation by C. Stuart Calverley (1831-1884) in The Hymnary, 1872 Old Melody
321Lo, the Father Hears Our PrayerAudimur: almo SpiritusCharles Coffin (1676-1749) from Hymni Sacri, 1736, Translation by C. Stuart Calverley (1831-1884) in The Hymnary, 1872NorwichOld Melody
322Come, O Holy Ghost, Within UsSancti Spiritus adsit nobis gratiaAscribed to Robert II, King of France (972-1031), Translation by C. Stuart Calverley (1831-1884) in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 322William Metcalfe (1830-1909)
323Come, Thou Holy ParacleteVeni Sancte Spiritus, Et emitte coelitusAscribed to Pope Innocent III (died 1216), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) in the Hymnal Noted, 1854 Old Melody
324aDay All Jubilant, All SplendidLux jacunda, lux insignisAdam of St. Victor (?-1192), Translation by C. Stuart Calverley (1831-1884) in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 324Henry J. Gauntlett (1805-1876)
324bO the Joy, the ExultationO quam felix, quam festivaAdam of St. Victor (?-1192), Translation by C. Stuart Calverley (1831-1884) in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 324Henry J. Gauntlett (1805-1876)
324cComforter, Possess and Cheer Us!Consolatur alme, veniAdam of St. Victor (?-1192), Translation by C. Stuart Calverley (1831-1884) in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 324Henry J. Gauntlett (1805-1876)
325Christ Had Regained the SkyJam Christus astra ascenderatAscribed to St. Ambrose (circa 340-397), Translation by Rev. Edward A. Dayman (1807-1890) from the Sarum Hymnal, 1868RolvendenEnglish Psalter, 1652
326Come, O Creator Spirit BlestVeni, Creator SpiritusAnonymous Latin, Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall (1814-1878) from Lyra Catholica, 1849St. JohnGerman Melody
327O Holy Spirit, God Most High   
328Come, Holy Ghost, Our Souls Inspire   
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333When God of Old Came Down from Heaven   
334All Hail, Adored Trinity  Samuel Reay (1822-1905)
335Lord, Thrice Holy, God of Might  German Melody
336All Blessing to the Blessed Three! MelcombeSamuel Webbe (1740-1816)
337Be Present, Holy Trinity  Rev. Sir Frederick A. G. Ouseley (1825-1889)
338O Light Eternal, God Most High  German Melody
339Trinity, Unity  Berthold Tours (1838-1897)
340God of Life and Light and Motion  Samuel Reay (1822-1905)
341King of Saints, O Lord Incarnate  Berthold Tours (1838-1897)
342O Thou Who Didst, with Love Untold  Old Melody
343To Thee, O God, We Gentiles Pay  Old Melody
344O Lord, Thy Voice the Mountain Shakes  German Melody
345Jesus in Helpless Infancy  Rev. John B. Dykes (1823-1876)
346In His Mother’s Pure EmbraceAve, plena gratiâ, cujusAnonymous, Paris Breviary, 1736, Translation by Rev. William J. Copeland (1804-1885) from Hymns for the Week, 1848, altered in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 222Sir Arthur S. Sullivan (1842-1900)
347Come, Ye Faithful Choirs on EarthLaetabundus exultet fidelis chorus: Alleluia. Regem regumSt. Bernard of Clairvaux (1091-1153), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) in the Hymnal Noted, 1854, altered in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 347Berthold Tours (1838-1897)
348O Sion, Open Wide Thy GatesTempli sacratas pande, Sion foresJean Baptiste de Santeuil (1630-1697) in the Paris Breviary, 1680, Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall (1814-1878) from Lyra Catholica, 1849Dundee, or FrenchAndro Hart’s Psalter, 1615
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355The God Whom Earth and Sea and SkyQuem terra, pontus, aethera   
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361Hail, Harbinger of MornPraecursor altus luminis  George M. Garrett (1834-1897)
362O Heavenly Father, Cleanse Our Lips  Francis R. Statham (1844-1908)
363Lo! From the Desert Homes  Old Melody
364Where the Prison Bars Surround HimPetrum, tyranne, quid catentis obruisJean Baptiste de Santeuil (1630-1697) in Cluniac Breviary, 1686, Translation by Rev. Isaac Williams (1802-1865) from Hymns Translated from the Paris Breviary, 1839, altered in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 364Rev. John B. Dykes (1823-1876)
365Creator of the Rolling FloodBishop Reginald Heber (1783-1826) from Hymns, 1827WeimarCarl Philip Emanuel Bach (1714-1788)
366We Praise Thy Name, O Lord Most HighAnonymousHymnary No. 201Sir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
367The Shadow of the Glory, Which One DayCoelestis formam gloriaeAnonymous in the Sarum Breviary, 1495, Translation by C. Stuart Calverley (1831-1884) in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 367Henry Smart (1813-1879)
368O Christ, How Potent Is Thy Grace!Quam nos potenter allicisJean Baptiste de Santeüil (1630-1697) from Hymni Sacri et Novi, 1689, Translation by C. Stuart Calverley (1831-1884) in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 368John Naylor (1838-1897)
369O Master, It Is Good to BeRev. Arthur P. Stanley (1815-1881) from Macmillan’s Magazine, 1870Hymnary No. 154Sir John Goss (1800-1880)
370Assessor to Thy KingRev. Benjamin Webb (1820-1885) from The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 370Ferdinand Hiller (1811-1885)
371Lo, Sea and Land Their Gifts OutpourRev. Richard C. Singleton (1810-1881) from the Anglican Hymn Book, 1868Hymnary No. 371Anonymous
372The Mighty Host on HighExcelsorum civium inclita gaudiaAnonymous in the Hereford Breviary, 1505, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) in the Hymnal Noted, 1854Hymnary No. 372Berthold Tours (1838-1897)
373Where the Angel-Hosts Adore TheeRegnator orbis summus et arbiterJean Baptiste de Santeuil (1630-1697) from the Paris Breviary, 1680, Translation by Rev. Isaac Williams (1802-1865) from Hymns Translated from the Paris Breviary, 1839, altered in The Hymnary, 1872FrankfortPeter von Winter (1754-1825)
374To Give Thee Glory, Heavenly KingAd celebres, Rex coelice, laudes cunctaNotkerian Sequence, Translation by Rev. Charles Buchanon Pearson (1805-1881) from Sequences from the Sarum Missal, 1871, altered in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 374Anonymous
375Christ, in Highest Heaven EnthronedChriste, qui sedes OlympoJean Baptiste de Santeuil (1630-1697) in Cluniac Breviary, 1686, Translation by Rev. William Palmer (1811-1879) in Short Poems and Hymns, 1845Hymnary No. 148Charles F. Gounod (1818-1893)
376O God the Son Eternal, Thy Dread MightBishop Reginald Heber (1783-1826) from Heber’s Hymns, 1827Hymnary No. 376Samuel Sebastian Wesley (1810-1876)
377Stars of the Morning, So Gloriously BrightSt. Joseph the Hymnographer (?-883), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) from Hymns of the Eastern Church, 1862Hymnary No. 4Edward H. Thorne (1834-1916)
378O Jesu, O RedeemerRev. Gerard Moultrie (1829-1885) from Hymns and Lyrics, 1867Hymnary No. 378Sir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
379Saints of God, Whom Faith UnitedRev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) from Hymns for Children, Third Series, 1846BethanyHenry Smart (1813-1879)
380Blessed Souls in Heaven RejoiceAeterni Festi gaudiaAdam of St. Victor (?-1192), Translation by Mrs. Harriet M. Chester (1834-1927) for The Hymnary, 1872NorwichOld Melody
381Jerusalem the HeavenlyCoelestis O JerusalemAnonymous in Paris Breviary, later editions, Translation by Rev. Isaac Williams (1802-1865) from Hymns Translated from the Paris Breviary, 1839, altered in The Hymnary, 1872LincolnMelchior Vulpius (1560-1616)
382The Strains of Joy That Ceaseless FlowSupernae matris gaudiaFrom a Gradual of Adam of St. Victor (?-1192), Translation by Mrs. Harriet M. Chester (1834-1927) for The Hymnary, 1872EisenachJohann Hermann Schein (1586-1630)
383Spouse of Christ, in Arms ContendingSponsa Christi quae per orbemJean Baptiste De Contes (1601-1679) in the Paris Missal, 1665, Translation by Rev. William Palmer (1811-1879) in Short Poems and Hymns, 1845Hymnary No. 383Albert Lowe (1840-1886)
384If There Be That Skills to ReckonQuisquis valet numerareFrom Karlsruhe Manuscript of the 15th Century, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) from the Hymnal Noted, 1854Hymnary No. 384Sir John Stainer (1840-1901)
385Saints, Whom in Heaven One Glory Doth AwaitCoelo quos eadem gloria consecratJean Baptiste de Santeuil (1630-1697) in Cluniac Breviary, 1686, Translation by Rev. Francis Pott (1832-1909) from Hymns Fitted to the Order of Common Prayer, Second Edition, 1866Hymnary No. 240Charles Steggall (1826-1905)
386Soldiers Who to Christ BelongPugnate, Christi militesAnonymous in Breviary of Châlons-sur-Marne, 1736, Translation by Rev. Isaac Williams (1802-1865) from Hymns Translated from the Paris Breviary, 1839, altered in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 386J. Baptiste Calkin (1827-1905)
387Who Are These Like Stars Appearing?Wer sind die vor Gottes Throne?Rev. Heinrich Theobald Schenk (1656-1727) in Neu-vermehrtes Gesangbüchlein, Frankfurt-am-Main, 1719, Translation by Miss Frances E. Cox (1812-1897) in Sacred Hymns from the German, 1841All SaintsGerman Melody
388Princes of the Court on HighCoelestis aulae principesJean Baptiste de Santeuil (1630-1697) in Cluniac Breviary, 1686, Translation by John D. Chambers (1805-1893) from Lauda Syon, 1866, altered in The Hymnary, 1872Wells StreetAnonymous
389O Lord, Through Instruments How Weak   
390The Eternal Gifts of Christ our King MelcombeSamuel Webbe (1740-1816)
391Let All on Earth with Songs Rejoice   
392aO Christ, Thou Lord of All   
392bO Christ, Thou Lord of All   
393Behold Christ’s Heralds Through All TimeChristi perennes nuntiiJean Baptiste de Santeuil (1630-1697) from the Cluniac Breviary, 1686, Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall (1814-1878) from Masque of Mary, and Other Poems, 1858, altered in The Hymnary, 1872St. BernardHenry J. Gauntlett (1805-1876)
394Wake Hearts Devout Whom Love InspiresLaus devota menteLatin sequence, circa 1370, from Bodelian Manuscript, Translation by Mrs. Harriet M. Chester (1834-1927) for The Hymnary, 1872Magdalen CollegeWilliam Hayes (1706-1777)
395From Sinai’s Trembling PeakSinea sub alto verticeJean Baptiste de Santeuil (1630-1697) in the Cluniac Breviary, 1686, Translation by Rev Edward Caswall (1814-1878) from Masque of Mary, and Other Poems, 1858Hymnary No. 395Sir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
396Come, Pure Hearts, in Sweetest MeasuresPsallat chorus corde mundoLatin Cento, paraphrase of Adam of St. Victor (?-1192), also based on parts of Jucendare plebs fidelis, Translation by Rev. Robert Campbell (1814-1868) in Hymns and Anthems, 1850, altered in The Hymnary, 1872Alles ist an Gottes SegenNurenbergschen Gesangbuch, 1676
397O God, the Christian Soldier’s MightDeus tuorum militumAnonymous Ambrosian hymn from circa sixth century, Translation cento by Compilers of The Hymnary, 1872, based on Translations by Rev. Robert Campbell, 1850, Rev. John Mason Neale, 1852, and John D. Chambers, 1866AberdeenRev. Robert Brown-Borthwick (1840-1894)
398Praise to Thee, O Lord Most HolyMirabilis Deus in sanctisFrom Bodleian Manuscript, circa 1000, Translation by Mrs. Harriet M. Chester (1834-1927) for The Hymnary, 1872Deines Kinds Gebet erhöreFrom Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1809-1847)
399The Eternal Gifts of Christ Our KingAeterna Christi munera, Et martyrumSt. Ambrose (340-397), Translation by the Compilers of The Hymnary, 1872, based on Translations by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866), John D. Chambers (1805-1893) and othersMelcombeSamuel Webbe (1740-1816)
400Blessed Feasts of Blessed MartyrsO beata beatorumAnonymous Latin from 13th century German manuscript, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) from Mediaeval Hymns, 1851Hymnary No. 400George M. Garrett (1834-1897)
401Heaven with Alleluias RingingEcce pulchra canorum resonet voce AlleluiaLatin sequence, circa 1000, from Bodleian Manuscript, Translation by Mrs. Harriet M. Chester (1834-1927) for The Hymnary, 1872All SaintsGerman Melody
402God Is Much to Be AdmiredMirabilis Deus in sanctisFrom Bodleian Manuscript, circa 1000, Translation by Rev. Charles Buchanon Pearson (1805-1881) from Sequences from the Sarum Missal, 1871Hymnary No. 402Edward J. Hopkins (1818-1901)
403Christ’s Church in Heaven Is Glad TodaySupernae matris gaudiaFrom a Gradual of Adam of St. Victor (?-1192), Translation by C. Stuart Calverley (1831-1884) in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 16Sir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
404The Triumphs of the Martyred SaintsSanctorum meritis inclita gaudiaLatin hymn of 9th Century, Translation by Bishop Richard Mant (1776-1848) in Ancient Hymns from the Roman Breviary, 1837Hymnary No. 6Samuel Reay (1822-1905)
405The Triumphs of the SaintsSanctorum meritis inclita gaudiaLatin hymn of 9th Century, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) in the Hymnal Noted, 1854Hymnary No. 372Berthold Tours (1838-1897)
406Let Our Choir New Anthems RaiseSt. Joseph the Hymnographer, died 883, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866)Hymnary No. 285Sir Arthur S. Sullivan (1842-1900)
407How Bright Those Glorious Spirits ShineVariation from a hymn by Rev. Isaac Watts, 1709, altered in Scottish Draft Translations and Paraphrases, 1745, and by Rev. William Cameron, 1781Hymnary No. 69Sir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
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596All Ye Who Seek for Sure ReliefQuicumque certum quaeritisLatin Hymn of the 18th Century, Translation by Rev Edward Caswall (1814-1878) from Lyra Caholica, 1849, altered in Hymns Ancient and Modern, 1861Hymnary No. 596Samuel Sebastian Wesley (1810-1876)
597aArt Thou Weary, Art Thou Languid?Based on St. Stephen, the Sabaite (725-794), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) from Hymns of the Eastern Church, 1862Hymnary No. 597Sir Arthur S. Sullivan (1842-1900)
597bArt Thou Weary, Art Thou Languid?Based on St. Stephen, the Sabaite (725-794), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) from Hymns of the Eastern Church, 1862Hymnary No. 597William S. Hoyte (1844-1917)
598aBlest Are the Pure in HeartRev. John Keble (1792-1866) from The Christian Year, 1827, written in 1819, Revised by Rev. William J. Hall (1793-1861) in the Mitre Hymn Book, 1836Hymnary No. 598Henry J. Gauntlett (1805-1876)
598bBlest Are the Pure in HeartRev. John Keble (1792-1866) from The Christian Year, 1827, written in 1819, Revised by Rev. William J. Hall (1793-1861) in the Mitre Hymn Book, 1836Hymnary No. 409Francis R. Statham (1844-1908)
599Christian, Dost Thou See Them?St. Andrew of Crete (660-732), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) from Hymns of the Eastern Church, 1862Hymnary No. 599 
600aFor Thee, O Dear, Dear CountryO bona Patria, lumina sobria te speculanturSt. Bernard of Cluny (12th century), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) from Mediaeval Hymns, 1851Hymnary No. 20Sir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
600bFor Thee, O Dear, Dear CountryO bona Patria, lumina sobria te speculanturSt. Bernard of Cluny (12th century), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) from Mediaeval Hymns, 1851Hymnary No. 493Berthold Tours (1838-1897)
600cJerusalem the GoldenUrbs Sion aurea, Patria lactea, cive decoraSt. Bernard of Cluny (12th century), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) from Mediaeval Hymns, 1851Hymnary No. 600Alexander Ewing (1830-1895)
600dJerusalem the GoldenUrbs Sion aurea, Patria lactea, cive decoraSt. Bernard of Cluny (12th century), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) from Mediaeval Hymns, 1851Hymnary No. 600 (Another arrangement)Alexander Ewing (1830-1895)
600eJerusalem the GoldenUrbs Sion aurea, Patria lactea, cive decoraSt. Bernard of Cluny (12th century), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) from Mediaeval Hymns, 1851Hymnary No. 600Henry Hugo Pierson (1815-1873)
600fJerusalem the Glorious!Urbs Syon inclyta, gloria debita glorificandisSt. Bernard of Cluny (12th century), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) from Mediaeval Hymns, 1851Hymnary No. 600Alexander S. Cooper (1835-1900)
600gJerusalem the Glorious!Urbs Syon inclyta, gloria debita glorificandisSt. Bernard of Cluny (12th century), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) from Mediaeval Hymns, 1851Hymnary No. 600Rev. John B. Dykes (1823-1876)
601Glorious Things of Thee Are SpokenRev. John Newton (1725-1807) from Olney Hymns, 1779, altered by Rev. John Keble (1792-1866) in the Salisbury Hymn Book, 1857, altered in The Hymnary, 1872FormosaSir Arthur S. Sullivan (1842-1900)
602Hark! Hark, My Soul: Angelic Songs Are SwellingRev. Frederick W. Faber (1814-1863) from Oratory Hymns, 1854Hymnary No. 602Sir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
603How Sweet the Name of Jesus Sounds!Rev. John Newton (1725-1807) from Olney Hymns, 1779Hymnary No. 603Berthold Tours (1838-1897)
604If Thou Wouldest Life AttainRev. Edward Caswall (1814-1878) from Masque of Mary, and Other Poems, 1858Hymnary No. 57Edward J. Hopkins (1818-1901)
605In the Far Celestial LandO qualis quantaque laetitiaSt. Thomas à Kempis (1379-1471) from his Opera Omnia, 1494, Translation by Mrs. Harriet M. Chester (1834-1927) for The Hymnary, 1872WeimarMelchior Vulpius (1560-1616)
606Jerusalem, My Happy Home!Anonymous, ascribed to James Montgomery (1771-1854), Eckinton Collection, circa 1796, based on “F. B. P.,” in manuscripts of 16th or 17th centuriesWestminsterJames Turle (1802-1882)
607Jerusalem on HighRev. Samuel Crossman (1624-1683) from the poem Heaven in The Young Man’s Meditation, 1664Hymnary No. 607Charles Steggall (1826-1905)
608Jesus Shall Reign Where’er the SunRev. Isaac Watts (1674-1748) from The Psalms of David Imitated in the Language of the New Testament, 1719Hymnary No. 608William H. Gladstone (1840-1891)
609Light’s Abode, Celestial SalemJerusalem luminosaFrom Karlsruhe Manuscript of the 15th Century, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) from the Hymnal Noted, 1858Regent SquareHenry Smart (1813-1879)
610Oft in Sorrow, Oft in WoeHenry K. White (1785-1806) from Collyer’s Hymns Partly Collected and Parly Original, 1812, altered by Miss Frances Sara Fuller-Maitland (1809-1877) and Edward Bickersteth (1781-1850)Hymnary No. 610George M. Garrett (1834-1897)
611O Gift of Gifts! O Grace of Faith!Rev. Frederick W. Faber (1814-1863) from Jesus and Mary, 1849, selected verses from O Faith! Thou Workest Miracles, altered in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 482Francis R. Statham (1844-1908)
612O Happy Band of PilgrimsBased on Joseph the Hymnographer (?-883) by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866) in Hymns of the Eastern Church, second edition, 1862Hymnary No. 612Henry J. Gauntlett (1805-1876)
613O Lord, How Joyful ’Tis to SeeO quam juvat fratres, DeusCharles Coffin (1676-1749) from Paris Breviary, 1736, Translation by Rev. John Chandler (1806-1876) from Hymns of the Primitive Church, 1837Hymnary No. 522Samuel Sebastian Wesley (1810-1876)
614On the Fount of Life EternalAd perennis vitae fontemSt. Peter Damiani (circa 1002-1072), Rev. Edward Caswall (1814-1878) from Masque of Mary, and Other Poems, 1858, altered in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 148Charles F. Gounod (1818-1893)
615Our Blest Redeemer, Ere He BreathedMiss Harriet Auber (1773-1862) from Spirit of the Psalms, 1829Hymnary No. 615Sir John Goss (1800-1880)
616Our God Stands Firm, a Rock and TowerEin’ feste Burg ist unser GottRev. Martin Luther (1483-1546), Translation by Rev. Richard C. Singleton (1810-1881) from the Anglican Hymn Book, 1868WurmsRev. Martin Luther (1483-1546)
617O Paradise, O ParadiseRev. Frederick W. Faber (1814-1863) from Hymns, 1862Hymnary No. 617Sir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
618Sinners, Turn; Why Will Ye Die?Rev. Charles Wesley (1707-1788) from Hymns on God’s Everlasting Love, 1741St. EdmundRev. John B. Dykes (1823-1876)
619aSoldiers of Christ, Arise   
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631Behold an Israelite IndeedBishop Arthur Cleveland Coxe (1818-1896) from Christian Ballads, 1840, altered in The Hymnary, 1872St. David’sRavenscroft’s Psalter, 1621
632My Shepherd Is the Living GodRev. John Keble (1792-1866) from The Psalter or Psalms of David; in English Verse; By a Member of the University of Oxford, 1839BedfordWilliam Wheall (1690-1727) in Willkin’s Psalmody, 1699
633Now God Be with Us, for the Night Is ClosingDie Nacht ist kommen drin wir ruhen sollenRev. Petrus Herbert (?-1571) from the Bohemian Brethren’s Kirchengeseng, 1566, Translation by Miss Catherine Winkworth (1829-1878) from Chorale Book for England, 1865Hymnary No. 633Sir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
634O Jesu, Joy of Loving HeartsJesu dulcis memoriaSt. Bernard of Clairvaux (1091-1153), Translation by Rev. Ray Palmer (1808-1887) from Andover Sabbath Hymnbook, 1858, altered in The Hymnary, 1872Hymnary No. 634William Spark (1823-1897)
635Praise to the Holiest in the HeightCardinal John Henry Newman (1801-1890) from Dream of Gerontius, 1868ByzantiumThomas Jackson (1715-1781)
636Draw Near, Thou Lowly ChristianRev. Thomas William Carr (1830-1912) from the People’s Hymnal, 1867Hymnary No. 636Henry J. Gauntlett (1805-1876)
637Praise God, the Holy TrinityRev. Benjamin Webb (1820-1885) from The Hymnary, 1872St. EustacheAncient Melody
638aPraise, O Sion, Thy SalvationLauda Sion SalvatoremSequence by St. Thomas Aquinas (circa 1227-1274), Cento in The Hymnary, 1872, based on Translations by Athanasius Diedrich Wackerbarth (1813-1884), John D. Chambers (1805-1893) and the People’s Hymnal, 1867.Alles ist an Gottes SegenNurenbergschen Gesangbuch, 1676
638bLo, the Bread Which Angels FeedethEcce, Panis angelorumSequence by St. Thomas Aquinas (circa 1227-1274), Cento in The Hymnary, 1872, based on Translations by Athanasius Diedrich Wackerbarth (1813-1884), John D. Chambers (1805-1893) and the People’s Hymnal, 1867.Hymnary No. 638Anonymous
638cEarthly Pilgrim, Joyful SeeLauda Sion SalvatoremSequence by St. Thomas Aquinas (circa 1227-1274), Cento in The Hymnary, 1872, based on Translations by Athanasius Diedrich Wackerbarth (1813-1884), John D. Chambers (1805-1893) and the People’s Hymnal, 1867.Hymnary No. 638Anonymous
639Sleep Thy Last SleepRev. Edward A. Dayman (1807-1890) from the Sarum Hymnal, 1868Hymnary No. 639Sir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
640We March, We March to Victory!Rev. Gerard Moultrie (1829-1885) from Church Times, 1865Hymnary No. 640Sir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
641A Few More Years Shall RollRev. Horatius Bonar, circa 1842, from Songs for the Wilderness, 1844Hymnary No. 641Henry Smart (1813-1879)
642I Heard the Voice of Jesus SayRev. Horatius Bonar (1808-1889) from Hymns Original and Selected, 1846Hymnary No. 642Louis Spohr (1784-1859)
643I Need Thee, Precious JesusRev. Frederick Whitfield, 1855Hymnary No. 225Sir Arthur S. Sullivan (1842-1900)
644In the Hour of TrialJames Montgomery (1771-1854) from manuscript, 1834MagdaleneRev. John B. Dykes (1823-1876)
645Thy Way, Not Mine, O LordRev. Horatius Bonar (1808-1889) from Hymns of Faith and Hope, 1st Series, 1857Hymnary No. 138Sir Joseph Barnby (1838-1896)
646We Are but Strangers HereRev. Thomas R. Taylor (1807-1835) from Memoirs and Select Remains, 1836Hymnary No. 646Sir Arthur S. Sullivan (1842-1900)