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The Collection of Anthems is unusually large. It was felt that if these were introduced at all, they should be numerous enough for due variety, as well as adapted to all degrees of musical culture. As a rule, the Anthems are sufficiently simple for any ordinary congregation where a reasonable amount of practice in Psalmody can be secured. For some few of them a trained choir is undoubtedly necessary; but there is room for these also in the service of the Church; and their employment, not only in Public Worship, but in mission services and in social meetings of churches and congregations, may often prove a means of spiritual help. But, in the selection of the Anthems, the main object has been kept steadily in view, of making ample provision for strictly congregational use.
To facilitate reference, the Anthems are arranged under different sections, providing for both ordinary and occasional services. Some favourite Hymns, already included in the other part of the book, have also been set as Anthems.
It must be added, as in the case of the Tunes, that the omission of some well-known Anthems may be noted with regret. This regret is fully shared by the Compilers, who have been unable to obtain the use of these copyright compositions. It is hoped, however, that what is found in the book will inore than compensate for what may be missed.
The Compilers present their thanks to the following Composers and Owners of Copyrights for their generous permission to use their Copyrights without payment: Ven. ARCHDEACON Furse, Nos. 90 and 91 Mr. H. ERNEST Nichol, Mus.B. No. (words).
57 (words). Miss E. J. Nos. 70 and 71 (words). Sir J. STAINER, D.C.L., Mus.D., M.A., Messrs. Macmillan and Co., Ltd., Nos. Nos. 100 and 104. 106 and 107 (words).
Rev. PREBENDARY THRING, No. 45
(words) Also to the following Composers or Owners of Copyrights for use upon payment : Mr. THOMAS ADAMS, F.R.C.O. Nos. Messrs. Boosey and Co. Nos. 28, 32, 34, 38 and 78.
35 (words and music), 40, 42, and 43. Messrs. AMBROSE ABBOTT and Co. Nos. Mr. ROWLAND BRIANT,
A.R.A.M., 68, 89, 110, 117, 118, 122 and 126.
F.R.C.O. Nos. 25, 67, 69, 80, 107, and Mr. REGINALD S. BARNICOTT, Mus.B. Nos. 5, 36, 52, and 65.
Sir J. F. BRIDGE, Mus. D., L.T.C.L. Mr. ARTHUR BERRIDGE.
Nos. 95, 97
Mr. R. H. Briscoe. No. 71. Rev. Carey BONNER. Nos. 86 and 98 Mr. J. BROADBENT. No. 31. Messrs. Geo. Bell and Sons. No. 43 Messrs. Brown and Co. No. 108 (words (worra).
and music from The Sarum Hymnal).
Mr. E. BUNNETT, Mus.D. Nos. 120 and Sir HerbeRT S. OAKELEY, D.C.L., 124
Mus.D. No. 105 (words and music).
(With a specially written Introduction Mr. H. ELLIOT BUTTON. No. 16
and Interlude.) Messrs. J. CURWEN and Sons. No. III Mr. E. DAVIDSON Palmer, Mus.B. (from Choral Handbook, No. 145).
Nos. 7 and 94. Mr. W. C. FILBY, I.S.M. No. 6.
Messrs. PATEY and WILLIS
Nos. 4, 12, Mr. Myles B. FOSTER. Nos. 51 and 64.
13, 14, 47, 63, 88, and 90.
Mr. Charles E. SMITH. No. 57. Mrs. GREATHEED. No. 60.
Mr. G. UNWIN. Nos. 17 and 37. Mr. E. J. Hopkins, Mus.D., L.T.C.L. Mr. CHARLES VINCENT, Mus. D. Nos. No. 2
23, 45, 72 (words and music), 76 Mr. F. C. MAKER. Nos. 73 and 74.
(words and music), 79, 81, 85, 92, 113,
123, and 127 Mr. J. H. MAUNDER. Nos. 91, 93, 121,
Messrs. Weekes and Co. Nos. 3, 27,
39, 75, 87, 103, 109, 115, and 116. Mr. J. T. MUSGRAVE. No. 70.
Mr. John E. West, F.R.C.O. Nos. 33 Mr. H. ERNEST Nichol, Mus. B. No. 8.
Some Hymns and Verses by deceased Authors whose compositions have found a place in the Hymnal, either as authorised by themselves in their lifetime or by their representatives after their death, have also been set especially as Anthems. The Compilers would mention the names:Mrs. C. F. ALEXANDER. Nos. 8o and Dean ALFORD. No. 16.
Prof. J. S. Blackie. No. 3. Bishop W. W. How
Rev. Dr. MARTINEAU. No. 79.
Should there have been any inadvertent breach of Copyright, in words or music, the Compilers trust that it may be pardoned; and due acknowledgment shall be made in future editions.
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III. GOD THE FATHER
1. His Attributes and Glory
4. Redemption IV. GOD THE SON
1. The Eternal Word
Priesthood and Intercession
Ascriptions of Praise
VII. THE CHRISTIAN LIFE
1. The Gospel Call
(Songs of Pilgrimage)
212-226 227-251 252-264 265-283 284-315 316-323 324-342 343-371 372-386 387-401 412-426 427-441
VIII. The Church of CHRIST-
475-488 2. Its Ordinances : Baptism
489-505 3. The Lord's Supper
500-530 4. Its Ministers
531-5+0 (Ministers' Meetings: Associations) 5. The Kingdom of Christ on Earth
541-575 (Missionary Hymns)
(The Jews-573, 574) IX. WORSHIP OF THE CHURCH AND CONGREGATION, WITH DEDICATION SERVICES 1. The Lord's Day
570-580 2. The House of Prayer ...
587-611 (Sunday Evening --601-610) 3. Social Worship : The Prayer Meeting
612-640 (Closing Hymns--011, 636-640) 4. Dedication Services Laying a Foundation Stone
641,642 Opening a Place of Worship
643-650 X. Times, SEASONS, AND SPECIAL OCCASIONS1. Morning and Evening-Morning Hymns
651-660 Morning or Evening
661 Evening Hymns
662-689 2. The New Year and Anniversaries
690-701 (The Journey of Life--701) 3. Seasons of the Year
702-714 (Flower Services-704-700)
(Seedtime and Harvest-707-712) 4. Hospital Services
715-719 5. Marriage Services
720-724 6. For those at Sea
725, 726 7. National Hymns
727-734 XI. CHILDHOOD AND Youti1. Intercession for the Young
735 2. Youthful Aspirations and Resolves ...
736-745 For CHILDREN--3. Delight in God's Works
746-7751 4. The Coming of Jesus ...
752-759 (Christmas Carols---753-757) 5. Life of Jesus on Earth
760-769 (Children's Hosanna, 766-769) 6. Christ Crucified
770, 771 7. Christ Risen and Glorified
772 8. The Heart given to Christ
773-783 9. Serving Christ ...
784-1701 10. Missions... 11. Morning and Evening...
9507 12. Heaven
93 CUI A FAREWEL HYMN
INDEX TO FIRST LINES OF HYMNS.
First Lines of Hymns for the Young are printed in Italics.
HYMN A crowd fills the court of the temple
767 A few more years shall roll
446 A nighty mystery we set forth
489 A thousand years have come and gone
80 Abide with me, fast falls the eventide
659 According to Thy gracious word
519 Across the sky tlie shades of night
691 After the darkness, lo, the light
444 Alas! and did my Saviour bleed
118 All as God wills, who wisely heeds
56 All glory, laud, and honour
769 All hail the power of Jesus' name
119 All my heart this night rejoices
88 All people that on earth do dwell
I All that I was, my sin, my guilt
69 All things bright and beautiful
751 All things praise Thee, Lord most high 746 All ye that pass by
122 And didst Thou, Lord, our sorrows take? 394 And didst Thou love the race that loved not Thee ?
I 28 And now the wants are told, that brought 605 Angels, from the realms of glory
87 Angels holy, high and lowly
5 Another Sabbath ended ...
607 Another six days' work is done
576 Approach, my soul, the mercy-seat
269 Are we the soldiers of the cross
19 Arise, o King of grace, arise
049 Around a table, not a tomb Around the throne of God in heave 1
801 Around Thy grave, Lord Jesus
495 Art thou weary, art thou languid
224 As darker, darker fall around
668 As helpless as a child who clings
256 As shadow's cast by cloud and sun
699 As with gladness men of old
go At even, ere the sun was set At evening time, when day is done
688 At Thy feet, o Christ, we lay
657 At Thy feet, our God and Father Awake, my soul, and with the sun Awake, my soul, in joyful lay3 ...
171 Awake, my soul, stretch every nerve. Awake, our souls, away our fears
HYMN Break, new-born year, on glad eyes break 697 Break Thou the bread of life
209 Breathe on me, Breath of God
IOS Brief life is here our portion
408 Brightest and best of the sons of the moning 91 Brightly gleams our banner
790 Buried with Christ, our glad hearts say
502 By Christ redeemed, in Christ restored 513 By cool Siloam's shady rill
782 Calm on the listening ear of night
82 Captain and Saviour of the host
456 Childhood.s years are passing o'er us ...
775 Children of the heavenly King...
432 Children's voices high in heaven
800 Christ for the world we sing
407 Christ is gone --A cloud of light
141 Christ is our Corner-stone Christ is risen! hallelujah! Christ, the Lord, is risen to-day
130 Christ, whose glory fills the skies Christian, dost thou see them Christian, seek not yet repose ...
417 Christians, awake, salute the happy morn 89 Come, and rejoice with me
239 Come, dearest Lord, descend and dwell
266 Come, gracious Spirit, heavenly Dove
187 Come, Holy Ghost, in love
198 Come, Holy Ghost, our hearts inspire
192 Come, Holy Spirit, come
199 Come, labour on
400 Come, let us anew
692 Come, let us join our cheerful songs Come, let us join our friends above
487 Come, my soul, thy suit prepare
621 Come, Thou Traveller unknown Come, Thou Fount of every blessing
438 Come to bless Thy people, Lord
650 Come to our poor nature's night
189 Come to the Saviour now
219 Come unto Me, ye weary
217 Come, we that love the Lord
318 Come, ye disconsolate, where'er ye languish 595 Come, ye sinners, poor and wretched
213 Come, ye thankful people, come
710 Commit thou all thy griefs Courage, brother, do not stumble
426 Creator Spirit, by whose aid
197 Crown Him with many crowns
151 Daughter of Zion, from the dust
574 Day by day the manna fell
384 Days and moments quickly Aying
690 Dear Lord and Father of inankind Dear Lord and Master mine Dear Lord, before we part Dear Lord, I now respond to Thy sweet call
240 Dear Master, in Thy way
500 Dear Master, what can children do ? Dear Saviour of a dying world...
137 Depth of mercy, cao there be
242 iss me not se vice, Lord
390 Do not I love Thee, O my Lord? Dost thou bow be ceulh the burden
Be still my heart, be still my mind
65 659 343 223 613 634 317 310 251 52
382 258 530
300 480 212 520