Hymnal Contents

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#TitleOriginal TitleAuthorTuneComposer
001New Every Morning Is the LoveRev. John Keble, 1827MelcombeSamuel Webbe, 1790
002aAwake, My Soul, and with the SunBishop Thomas Ken, 1695Morning HymnFrançois H. Barthélémon, 1780, Harmonization by Arthur H. Messiter, 1893
002bAll Praise to Thee, Who Safe Hast KeptBishop Thomas Ken, 1695MatutinusWilliam Boyce, 1750
003Come, My Soul, Thou Must Be WakingSeele, du musst munter werdenFriedrich Rudolph Ludwig von Canitz, 1690, Translation by Rev. Henry J. Buckoll (1803-1871)BirkdaleHenry Hiles, 1865
004Every Morning Mercies NewRev. Greville Phillimore, 1863BarmouthWalter C. Macfarren, 1880
005aO Jesu, Crucified for ManBishop W. Walsham How, 1871SalveteAncient, Harmonization by Arthur H. Messiter, 1893
005bO Jesu, Crucified for ManBishop W. Walsham How, 1871AngelusJohann Scheffler (1624-1677)
006O Brightness of the Immortal Father's FaceSecond Century, Translation by Edward W. Eddis (1825-1905)St. NicholasRev. Clement C. Scholefield, 1870
007The Day Is Gently Sinking to a CloseBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862SunsetArthur H. Messiter, 1886
008The Radiant Morn Hath Passed AwayRev. Godfrey Thring, 1864St. GabrielRev. Sir Frederick A. G. Ouseley, 1868
009Holy Father, Cheer Our WayRev. Richard H. Robinson, 1871MorgenglanzGerman, 1704, Harmonization by Arthur H. Messiter, 1893
010aThe Sun Is Sinking FastSol præceps rapitur18th Century, Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall (1814-1878)St. ColumbaHerbert S. Irons, 1861
010bThe Sun Is Sinking FastSol præceps rapitur18th Century, Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall (1814-1878)LabenteHenry Smart, 1870
011aSun of My Soul, Thou Savior DearRev. John Keble, 1820HursleyPeter Ritter, 1792
011bSun of My Soul, Thou Savior DearRev. John Keble, 1820KebleRev. John B. Dykes, 1874
011cSun of My Soul, Thou Savior DearRev. John Keble, 1820RadleyEdwin G. Monk, 1867
012aAbide with Me: Fast Falls the EventideRev. Henry F. Lyte, 1847EventideWilliam H. Monk, 1861
012bAbide with Me: Fast Falls the EventideRev. Henry F. Lyte, 1847MecumSir John Goss, 1865
013Softly Now the Light of DayBishop George W. Doane, 1824DulceSir Joseph Barnby, 1880
014At Even, Ere the Sun Was SetRev. Henry Twells, 1868St. PetroxRev. Reginald F. Dale, 1880
015The Shadows of the Evening HoursMiss Adelaide A. Procter, 1858St. LeonardHenry Hiles, 1867
016aThe Day Is Past and OverSt. Anatolius, 800, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866)St. AnatoliusArthur H. Brown, 1865
016bThe Day Is Past and OverSt. Anatolius, 800, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866)St. AnatoliusRev. John B. Dykes, 1865
016cThe Day Is Past and OverSt. Anatolius, 800, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866)NocturneHenry J. Gauntlett, 1870
017aSavior, Breathe an Evening BlessingJames Edmeston, 1820ReposeEdward J. Hopkins, 1870
017bSavior, Breathe an Evening BlessingJames Edmeston, 1820SalvatorSir John Goss, 1870
018All Praise to Thee, My God, This NightBishop Thomas Ken, 1700CanonThomas Tallis, 1575
019God, That Madest Earth and HeavenBishop Reginald Heber, 1827, Archbishop Richard Whately, 1855TempleEdward J. Hopkins, 1867
020Now from the Altar of Our HeartsRev. John Mason, 1683Holy TrinitySir Joseph Barnby, 1861
021Before the Ending of the DayTe lucis ante terminumAncient, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866)Jam lucisAncient
022Sweet Savior, Bless Us Ere We GoRev. Frederick W. Faber, 1852In tenebrisRev. John B. Dykes, 1870
023Our Day of Praise Is DoneRev. John Ellerton, 1870EmmausSir Joseph Barnby, 1862
024aO Day of Rest and GladnessBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862RestRev. John S. B. Hodges, 1869
024bO Day of Rest and GladnessBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862WordsworthRichard Redhead, 1874
025Hail! Sacred Day of Earthly RestRev. Godfrey Thring, 1863St. CuthbertRev. John B. Dykes, 1861
026Come, Let Us All with One AccordOmnes una celebremusMediæval, Translation by Mrs. Henrietta M. Chester, 1872Magdalen CollegeWilliam Hayes, 1740
027aWelcome, Sweet Day of RestRev. Isaac Watts, 1709BarnesFrederick E. Lucy Barnes, 1875
027bWelcome, Sweet Day of RestRev. Isaac Watts, 1709VespertineHenry Smart, 1877
028aThis Is the Day of LightRev. John Ellerton, 1868SuabiaGerman
028bThis Is the Day of LightRev. John Ellerton, 1868DomenicaSir Herbert S. Oakeley, 1880
029With Joy We Hail the Sacred DayMiss Harriet Auber, 1829DundeeEnglish, 1592
030To Thy Temple I RepairJames Montgomery, 1812HartBenjamin Milgrove, 1770
031Blest Day of God! Most Calm, Most BrightRev. John Mason, 1683BishopthorpeJeremiah Clarke, 1700
032aSavior, Again to Thy Dear Name We RaiseRev. John Ellerton, 1866Pax DeiRev. John B. Dykes, 1868
032bSavior, Again to Thy Dear Name We RaiseRev. John Ellerton, 1866BenedictionEdward J. Hopkins, 1865
033Almighty Father, Bless the WordJames Montgomery, 1825MursellGeorge M. Garrett, 1868
034aLord, Dismiss Us with Thy BlessingRev. John Fawcett, 1773St. RaphaelEdward J. Hopkins, 1863
034bLord, Dismiss Us with Thy BlessingRev. John Fawcett, 1773Eton CollegeSir Joseph Barnby, 1885
035Hark! The Voice EternalRev. John Julian, 1880RuthSamuel Smith (1821-1917)
036aDay of Wrath! Oh, Day of Mourning!Dies irae, dies illaThomas of Celano, 1230, Translation by Rev. William J. Irons (1812-1883)Dies IraeRev. William H. Havergal, 1850
036bDay of Wrath! Oh, Day of Mourning!Dies irae, dies illaThomas of Celano, 1230, Translation by Rev. William J. Irons (1812-1883)Dies IraeRev. John B. Dykes, 1860
037Great God, What Do I See and Hear!Es ist gewisslich an der ZeitRev. Bartholomaeus Ringwaldt, 1585, Rev. William B. Collyer, 1812LutherGerman, 1530
038Once More, O Lord, Thy Sign Shall BeBishop George W. Doane, 1827SignumCharles F. Gounod, 1870
039aLo, He Comes with Clouds DescendingRev. John Cennick, 1752, Rev. Charles Wesley, 1758, and Rev. Martin Madan, 1760St. ThomasVincent Novello, 1800
039bLo, He Comes with Clouds DescendingRev. John Cennick, 1752, Rev. Charles Wesley, 1758, and Rev. Martin Madan, 1760WestminsterJames Turle, 1862
040aWake, Awake, for Night Is FlyingWachet auf, ruft uns die StimmeRev. Philipp Nicolai, 1599, Translation by Miss Catherine Winkworth (1829-1878)Wachet AufRev. Philipp Nicolai, 1599
040bWake, Awake, for Night Is FlyingWachet auf, ruft uns die StimmeRev. Philipp Nicolai, 1599, Translation by Miss Catherine Winkworth (1829-1878)WatchmanEdward H. Thorne, 1872
041aHark! A Thrilling Voice Is SoundingVox clara ecce intonat5th century, Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall (1814-1878)MertonWilliam H. Monk, 1860
041bHark! A Thrilling Voice Is SoundingVox clara ecce intonat5th century, Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall (1814-1878)SonansRev. John S. B. Hodges (1830-1915)
042Oh, Quickly Come, Dread Judge of AllRev. Lawrence Tuttiett, 1854CredoSir John Stainer, 1880
043Rejoice, Rejoice, Believers!Ermuntert euch, ihr FrommenLaurentius Laurenti, 1700, Translation by Mrs. Sarah B. Findlater, 1854, centoMunichGerman, 1711
044On Jordan’s Bank the Baptist’s CryJordanis oras praeviaCharles Coffin, 1736, Translation by Rev. John Chandler, 1837Winchester NewGerman, 1690
045aOh Come, Oh Come, EmmanuelVeni, veni, EmmanuelCompilation about 12th century from Greater Antiphons, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1859Veni EmmanuelAncient
045bOh Come, Oh Come, EmmanuelVeni, veni, EmmanuelCompilation about 12th century from Greater Antiphons, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1859FranceCharles F. Gounod, 1870
046O’er the Distant Mountains BreakingRev. John S. B. Monsell, 1862StörlJohann G. C. Störl, 1744
047aHark! The Glad Sound! The Savior ComesRev. Philip Doddridge, 1735St. GeorgeNicholas Hermann, 1560
047bHark! The Glad Sound! The Savior ComesRev. Philip Doddridge, 1735CloistersJames Turle, 1862
048aCome, Thou Long Expected JesusRev. Charles Wesley, 1744BergenNorwegian
048bCome, Thou Long Expected JesusRev. Charles Wesley, 1744StuttgartGerman, 1715
049aOh Come, All Ye Faithful, Joyful and TriumphantAdeste fideles17th Century, Translation by Rev. Frederick Oakeley, 1852Adeste FidelesJohn Reading, 1680
049bOh Come, All Ye Faithful, Joyful and TriumphantAdeste fideles17th Century, Translation by Rev. Frederick Oakeley, 1852BarnbySir Joseph Barnby, 1866
050Come Hither, Ye FaithfulAdeste fideles17th Century, Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall (1814-1878)RoxburgheHenry Smart (1813-1879), with additions
051aHark! The Herald Angels SingRev. Charles Wesley, 1739MendelssohnFelix Mendelssohn, 1846
051bHark! The Herald Angels SingRev. Charles Wesley, 1739NewcastleHerbert S. Irons, 1857
052Of the Father’s Love BegottenCorde natus ex ParentisAurelius Clemens Prudentius (348-413), Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale (1818-1866)DaystarEdmund Sedding (1835-1868)
053Shout the Glad Tidings, Exultingly SingRev. William A. Mühlenberg, 1826TriumphJohn H. Cornell, 1872
054aWhile Shepherds Watched Their Flocks by NightNahum Tate, 1703Winchester OldEnglish, 1592
054bWhile Shepherds Watched Their Flocks by NightNahum Tate, 1703CarolOld English
055Calm on the Listening Ear of NightRev. Edmund H. Sears, 1834St. AgnesRev. John B. Dykes, 1868
056Christians, Awake! Salute the Happy MornJohn Byrom, 1773Stockport (or Yorkshire)John Wainwright, 1760
057Sing, Oh, Sing, This Blessed MornBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862HerbertHerbert S. Irons, 1865
058O Little Town of Bethlehem!Bishop Phillips Brooks, 1880Midsomer NortonCharles W. Pearce, 1885
059aIt Came upon the Midnight ClearRev. Edmund H. Sears, 1850St. UrsulaFrederick Westlake, 1870
059bIt Came upon the Midnight ClearRev. Edmund H. Sears, 1850AngelicumA. Stella, 1870
060aAngels from the Realms of GloryJames Montgomery, 1819Regent SquareHenry Smart, 1865
060bAngels from the Realms of GloryJames Montgomery, 1819Realms of GloryJohn Naylor, 1870
061aHark! What Mean Those Holy VoicesRev. John Cawood, 1819Chope 
061bHark! What Mean Those Holy VoicesRev. John Cawood, 1819  
062From the Eastern MountainsRev. Godfrey Thring, 1879  
063Earth Has Many a Noble CityAurelius Clemens Prudentius, 5th century, Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall, 1849  
064When from the East the Wise Men CameRev. John H. Hopkins (1820-1891)  
065As with Gladness Men of OldWilliam C. Dix, 1860  
066aBrightest and Best of the Sons of the MorningBishop Reginald Heber, 1811  
066bBrightest and Best of the Sons of the MorningBishop Reginald Heber, 1811  
066cBrightest and Best of the Sons of the MorningBishop Reginald Heber, 1811  
067Songs of Thankfulness and PraiseBishop Christopher Wordsworth, 1862  
068O One with God the FatherBishop W. Walsham How, 1871  
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090All Glory, Laud, and HonorGloria, laus et honorSt. Theodulph of Orleans, 821, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1859St. TheodulphMelchior Teschner, 1600
091aRide On! Ride On in Majesty!Rev. Henry H. Milman, 1827St. DrostaneRev. John B. Dykes, 1870
091bRide On! Ride On in Majesty!Rev. Henry H. Milman, 1827Winchester NewGerman, 1690
092O Thou, Who Through This Holy WeekRev. John Mason Neale, 1842St. FlavianEnglish, 1563
093Go to Dark GethsemaneJames Montgomery, 1825GethsemaneWilliam H. Monk, 1861
094The Royal Banners Forward GoVexilla regis prodeuntVenantius Fortunatus, 575, Translation by Rev. John Mason Neale, 1851BreslauGerman, 1630
095Lord, Jesus! When We Stand AfarBishop W. Walsham How, 1854MelchiorMelchior Vulpius, 1609
096aBehold the Lamb of God!Matthew Bridges, 1848St. JohnRev. John B. Dykes (1823-1876)
096bBehold the Lamb of God!Matthew Bridges, 1848Ecce AgnusOld Melody
097See the Destined Day Arise!Lustra sex qui jam peregitBishop Venantius H. C. Fortunatus (530-609), Paraphrase by Bishop Richard Mant, 1837Redhead 47Richard Redhead (1820-1901)
098aSing, My Tongue, the Savior’s BattlePange lingua gloriosi praelium certaminisBishop Venantius Honorius Clementianus Fortunatus, 575, Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall, 1849PræliumHenry Lahee, 1872
098bSing, My Tongue, the Savior’s BattleBishop Venantius Honorius Clementianus Fortunatus, 575, Translation by Rev. Edward Caswall, 1849Pange LinguaAncient
099Now, My Soul, Thy Voice UpraisingProme vocem, mens, canoramClaude de Santeuil, 1680, Translation by Rev. Sir Henry W. Baker, 1859St. DenysWilliam H. Monk, 1861
100We Sing the Praise of Him Who DiedRev. Thomas Kelly, 1815Angels’Orlando Gibbons, 1623
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