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Hymn
St. Paul* (or LAUDA ANIMA MEA] (Goss) 219 NICOLAI (Nicolai)
St. WULSTAN (Dykes)

196
Sicily (Italian).

8, 8, 8, 3

570
TINTERN ABBEY * (Abbott)

301
ST. AELRED (Dykes)

183

8, 8, 8,4
ABBOTSFORD * (Barnby).

ALMSGIVING (Dykes).
253

407, 408, 580
AUSTRIA (Haydn)

HANFORD (Sullivan)
507

575, 576
AUTUMN (or SARDIUS] (Spanish)

IN MEMORIAM (Maker)

314, 315
BEECHER (Zundel)

PALESTRINA (Palestrina ?)

214
3
BETHANY (Smart)
161, 162 RADIANT MORN (Gounod).

58%
CROSS AND CROWN (Elliott)

186
RISEHOLME (Gauntlett).

519, 520
FABEN (Willcox)

ST. GABRIEL (Ouseley)

58
FalField (or FORMOSA) (Sullivan) 154, 364, 522

SUNSET (Barnby)

324
HEREFORD * (Wesley)

133

8, 8, 8, 6
ILSLEY (Ilsley)
224 AGNUS Dei (Blow)

170
LATTER DAY (Anon.).
3482 PASCAL (Hopkins)

251, 252
LUX Eoi (Sullivan)

IN REPENTANCE (or Elvey, or PASCAL) (Elvey) 250
MOULTRIE (Cobb)

403, 404 WOODWORTH (Bradbury)
OMEGA * (Whitney)

564
Rex GLORIÆ (Smart)

216

8, 8, (8), 8, 7
SALVATOR (Goss)

532, 573, 574 ECCE PANIS (Dykes)
SANCTUARY (Dykes)

477

8, 8, -, 7, 7, -, 6,6
SCHILLER* (or BEETHOVEN] (Beethoven) 348
SHINING SHORE (Root).

632 BRANDON (Tours)
8, 8, 6, D.

8, 9, 8, D., -, 6, 6, 4, 8, 8
BREMEN (Hastings)

118
HERRNHUT (Nicolai)

155
EscA VIATORUM (Dykes)

604
HOLYROOD (Hiles).

304 PARACLETE (Tours)
WEST HEATH (Hopkins)

149
WILLOWBY (Crane)

335
EUCHARISTIC HYMN (Hodges)

499
8, 7, -, 8, 8, 7
SACRAMENT (Hopkins)

66
CHURCHILL (Hopkins)

557

9, 8, -, 8, 8
COBURG (Luther)

235
LUTHER'S HYMN (Klug's Gesangbuch) 103, 104, NEUMARK (or BREMEN, or AUGSBERG]

533
(Neumark)..

396
8, 7, -, 8, 8
ANGUS * (Barnby)

563

AD LUCEM (Barnby) :
8, 7, -, 6, 6, -7

10, 4, -, IO, IO
Ein feste BURG (German)
342 Lux BENIGNA (Dykes)

330
Laus Deo * (Elliott)
24 MUNGER * (Morse).

312
8, 7, -, 8, 8, 11
CHRISTMAS CAROL (Gade).
176 Cena DOMINI (Sullivan)

497
Pax Tecum (Caldbeck).

610
8, 8, 7, D.
BONAR (Calkin) :

472

IO, IO, 10, 4
STABAT MATER (Dykes)
200 EMERY* (Dunham)

526
(Barnby)
201 PEACE * (Chadwick)

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West HEATH (Hopkins)
340 SARUM (Barnby).

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EDINBURGH

334
AMBLESIDE * (Pope)

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DALKEITH (Hewlett)

II, II, 10, II, 12, 9; 5. 5, II
ELLERS (or IRENE] (Hopkins)

47

SALVATION (with Refrain) (Anon.) . . . 631
EVENTIDE (Monk).
LANGRAN (or St. AGNES, or IRENE]

II, II, II, 5
(Langran)
. 233, 234 CLOISTERS (Barnby)

514
LONGWOOD (Barnby).
152, 423, 424 EVENING SHADOWS (Barnby).

34
MORECAMBE (Anon.)
500 FLEMMING (Flemming)

609
PAX Dei (Dykes) .

64, 65
SACRAMENTUM * (Barnby)

501
SAVANNAH (Pleyel)

539 PORTUGUESE HYMN (or ADESTE FIDELES] ?
(Reading)

363
10, 10, 10, 10, 6
TRINITY CHURCH * (Morse)

108
ADORATION (Woodman)

31 WALLACE (Wallace)

388, 389
WELCOME (or FORTUNATUS] (Calkin) 208
IO S, 61.
CARMEL (Smart)

44, 426

12, II
CONWAY (Lawes)
446 St. BOTOLPH (Barnby)

625
YORKSHIRE (Wainwright)

164

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PORTUGUESE Hymn (or A DESTE FIDELES]

(Reading)

IO, IO, II, II
LYONS (Haydn).

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ABERDEEN (Thallon)

15, 15, 15, 7

PRUDENTIUS (Smart).
II, IO
CONSOLATION (Webbe)

P. M. Irregular.
MATINS* (Stainer)

ADESTE FIDELES! (or PortUGUESE HYMN]
MARLBOROUGH (Sullivan)

(Reading)
RUSSIAN HYMN (or Moscow] (Lvoff). 545 AVISON (Avison)
ST. NINIAN (Dykes)

171 CASTELAR * (Huss)
SECCOMB * (Morse)

421 Holy Night (Barnby)
SHEBA (Sörenson) :

61 NICÆA (Dykes) ·
STILLWATER (Anon.)

378, 379 | PHILLIPS BROOKS * (Morse)
STOWE * (Morse)

419SALUTAS * (Silcher)
WINDSOR * (Barnby)

419 VIA CRUCIS (Dykes)
WINTER STREET * (Mason)

527 | VENI DOMINE JESU (Barnby)

211
267
174

4
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629
603

268

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Index of Chants

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Chants for Introductory Sentences
1. Scotch Chant, in G..

O Worship the Lord
2. Richard Farrant, in F (1530 ?-80)

The Lord is in His Holy Temple .
3. Dr. William H. Monk, in E flat (1823-89). · The Sacrifices of God
4. Dr. George W. Chard, in E (1765 ?-1849) Let the Words of My Mouth .
5. Sir George J. Elvey, in B fat (1816–)

Who Shall Ascend
6. Dr. Edward J. Hopkins, in A (1818–) Serve the Lord with Gladness
7. Rev. Henry H. Statham, in B flat

O Come, Let us Worship .
8. Dr. James Nares (1715-83)

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BENEDICTUS, in A. (Blessed be the Lord)

Dr. Samuel Arnold (1740-1802) 26
MAGNIFICAT, in G. (My soul doth magnify) Henry Smart (1813-79)

262
Nunc Dimitris, in A flat. (Lord, now lettest) Louis Spohr (1784-1859) ·

279

Arr. by Sir John Stainer (1840 -)
Nunc Dimittis, No. II, in C. (Lord, now lettest). Sir Joseph Barnby (1838 — ) ... 272
Cali ENARRANT, in B flat. (The heavens declare) Rev. Sir Frederick A. Gore Ouseley

(1825-89).

28
DOMINUS REGIT ME, in E. (The Lord is my Shepherd) Anon.

282
Deus MISEREATUR, in E. (God be merciful) . . Sir Joseph Barnby (1838–)

29
VENITE, EXULTEMUS Deo, in C. (O come, let us sing) Dr. William Boyce (1710-79)

30
CANTATE DOMINO, in D. (O sing unto the Lord) . Charles H. Morse (1853-).
Cantate Domino, No. II, in E. (O sing unto the Lord) Alex. R. Reinagle (1799–1877). 31
JUBILATE Deo, in D. (Make a joyful noise) ... Oxford Chant .

32
MISERERE ME, Deus, in C. (Have mercy upon me) Dr. William Crotch (1775-1847)
LEVAVI Oculos, in A. (I will lift up mine eyes) Dr. William Crotch (1775-1847)
Laudate Dominum, in B flat. (Praise ye the Lord) Sir Geo. J. Elvey (1816-)

34
GLORIA IN Excelsis, in G. (Glory be to God on high) Old Chant [English] .

342
Gloria Patri, in E flat. (Glory be to the Father). John Robinson (1682–1762)

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THE DRESDEN AMEN

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xxxviii Psalm xci.
xxxvii Psalm xciii.
xxxvi | Psalm xcvii.
xliv Psalm c.

IxPsalm ciii.
xliv Psalm civ. 1-33 ·

lii Psalm cvii. 15-43
xliii| Psalm cxi.
xli Psalm cxii. 1-7

li Psalm cxiii. 2-9.
xlii Psalm cxvi. 1-8; 12-19
Ixii | Psalm cxvii.

li Psalm cxviii, 1-6; 8–29

1x Psalm cxxi.
xlvii Psalm cxxii. .
xlvii Psalm cxxiv. .

liv Psalm cxxx.

lxi Psalm cxxxix.
xlvii Psalm cxlv.
xxxix Psalm cxlvi. .
xxxviii Psalm cxlvii. 1-8; 12-20 .

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Isaiah xxxv.
Isaiah lii. 7-10
Isaiah liii.
Isaiah lv.
Proverbs iii. 1-20
Psalm viii.
Psalm xv.
Psalm xviii. 1-19; 28-35 ·
Psalm xxiii.
Psalm xxiv.
Psalm xxv.
Psalm xxvii. 1; 3-14
Psalm xxxiii.
Psalm xxxiv..
Psalm xxxvi. 5-10
Psalm xlii.
Psalm xliii.
Psalm xlvi. 1-9 .
Psalm lxi.
Psalm 1xiji. 1-7.
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Index of Translators and Revisers

1. Anonymous paraphrase derived from by Richard Whately; Stanzas 2 and

the Latin hymns, “Ecce Jam Noc 4, by William Mercer.
tis," “ Lucis Creator Optime," and 67. Stanza 2 slightly altered; reviser un-
“ Nocte Surgentes ” of Gregory the

known.
Great.

69. Transposed as in, and with alterations
3. Altered as in Plymouth Collection.

derived from, Plymouth Collection.
5.

Altered by Richard Robert Chope, etc. 70. Slightly altered; reviser unknown.
7 Stanza 2 slightly altered by the Editor, 72. Much altered.
10. Based on the work of Nahum Tate and 76. Altered by previous Editors.
Nicholas Brady.

84. Stanza 4, line 4 altered, as in Plymouth
12. Stanza 2 altered; reviser unknown.

Collection.
14. Altered by Martin Madan and Augustus 86. Slightly altered; revisers unknown.
Montague Toplady.

87. Nahum Tate and Nicholas Brady.
16. Franconian hymn [anon.], translated 88. Nahum Tate and Nicholas Brady.
by Edward Caswall.

91. Altered by Charles Wesley.
17. A paraphrase of the mediæval He-

98. Original reads, “ All ye Gentiles.”
brew hymn Yigdal, which rehearses 99. Translated by James Drummond Burns.
the thirteen articles of the Hebrew 103. Translated by Frances Elizabeth Cox.
creed.

105. Stanzas 1-4, by Henry Francis Lyte;
18. From “ Psalms, Hymns, and Anthems Stanza 5, by Cardinal Newman.

of the Foundling Hospital,” London, 110. Translated by Catherine Winkworth.
1796.

III. Altered by Martin Madan and Augus-
20. Based on the work of Robert Robinson. tus Montague Toplady.
23. Refrain altered by the Editor.

112. Stanzas 1-5, by Edward Perronet; re-
28. Altered; reviser unknown.

vised and continued by John Rippon.
29. Translated by Henry Buckoll.

114. Translated by Edward Caswall.
34. Petrus Herbert, translated by Cathe the original, “ Jesu,” not "Jesus.”
rine Winkworth.

115. Translated by Edward Caswall. In
35. Petrus Herbert, translated by Catherine the original, “ Jesu,” not " Jesus."
Winkworth.

117. Slightly altered.
36. Altered by the Editor.

120. Translated by Ray Palmer.
37. Stanza 3, line 4 altered; reviser un 121. Refrain altered; reviser unknown.
known.

122. Slightly altered; reviser unknown.
38. Latin [anon.], translated by Edward 126 Translated by John Mason Neale,
Caswall.

altered by Sir Henry Williams Baker
42. Translated by John Mason Neale.

and others.
58. Stanza 4, line 4 altered by the Editor. 131. Altered ; reviser unknown.
4y Stanza 2 slightly altered; reviser un 135 Veni Sancte Spiritus [anon.] (13th Cen-
known.

tury), translated by Ray Palmer.
54. Altered by previous Editors.

137. Frederick William Faber.
61. Latin [anon.], translated by John Eller-138. Veni Creator Spiritus [anon.] (11th

ton and Fenton John Anthony Hort. Century), translated by John Dryden.
62. Stanza 1, by Reginald Heber; Stanza 3, 139. From Ivanhoe; slightly altered.

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