The Home and School Hymnal

Music Editor: Sir Joseph Barnby
Publisher: T. and A. Constable, Edinburgh, 1894
Denomination: United Free Church of Scotland
Language: English
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1Up now, my soul! 'tis dayEDEN
2Awake, my soul, and with the sunLAUD
3aChrist, whose glory fills the skiesRATISBON
3bChrist, whose glory fills the skiesDIX
4New every morning is the loveSCHUMANN
5Another day is dawningKNECHT
6The morning, the bright and the beautiful morningANASTASIS
7The hours of day are overTOURS
8aAbide with me! fast falls the eventideEVENTIDE
8bAbide with me! fast falls the eventideABIDE WITH ME
9The day is past and overST. ANATOLIUS
10Now the light has gone awayGIBBONS
11All praise to Thee, my God, this nightEVENYING HYMN
12aNow the day is overSANDOWN
12bNow the day is overLYNDHURST
13aSun of my soul, Thou Saviour dearHURSLEY
13bSun of my soul, Thou Saviour dearABENDS
14My Saviour, be Thou near meLORETTO
15aNow the week is endedNOCTURNE
15bNow the week is endedMADDERMARKET
16Safely through another weekTORONTO
17aO Day of rest and gladnessAURELIA
17bO Day of rest and gladnessST. ANSELM
18This day, at Thy creating wordLAUD
19Hail! sacred day of earthly restHOLY CROSS
20aMy Lord, my Love was crucifiedST. LEONARD
20bMy Lord, my Love was crucifiedEVENTIDE
21aAgain the morn of gladnessMORN OF GLADNESS
21bAgain the morn of gladnessCLEETHORPES
22Jesus, we love to meetHOLY DAY
23Sweet is the task, O LordRHODES
24Lord, a little band and lowlyROUSSEAU
25When we in holy worshipSACRIFICE
26Jesus, stand among usPENKIVELL
27'Tis the blessed hour of prayerHOUR OF PRAYER
28On what has now been sownRALEIGH
29Saviour, now the day is endingEVENING
30aO Saviour, bless us ere we goST. MATTHIAS
30bO Saviour, bless us ere we goSTELLA
31Now the solemn shadows darkenWILDERSMOUTH
32aThe day Thou gavest, Lord, is endedRADFORD
32bThe day Thou gavest, Lord, is endedLOUGHTON
33Saviour, again to Thy dear name we raiseELLERS
34Holy, holy, holy! Lord God AlmightyNICAEA
35Sing to the Lord a joyful songPETERBOROUGH
36O God, enshrined in dazzling lightYORK
37Among the deepest shades of nightHESPERUS
38Above the clear blue skyCHILDREN'S VOICES
39All people that on earth do dwellOLD HUNDRED
40O worship the King all-glorious aboveHOUGHTON
41aAll things bright and beautifulALL THINGS BRIGHT
41bAll things bright and beautifulALL THINGS BRIGHT
41cAll things bright and beautifulLAUS NATURAE
42See the shining dewdropsTRIBUTE
43aLet us with a gladsome mindHARTS
43bLet us with a gladsome mindREDHEAD No. 45
44A gladsome hymn of praise we singBETHANY
45aThe Lord's my Shepherd; I'll not wantWILTSHIRE
45bThe Lord's my Shepherd; I'll not wantEVENTIDE
46The King of Love my Shepherd isDOMINUS REGIT ME
47Lord, I would own Thy tender careONGAR
48For all Thy care we bless TheeTHANKSGIVING
49aGod, who made the earthBEECHWOOD
49bGod, who made the earthCURA
50Come, let us all unite and singEPHESUS
51Hark! the herald angels singBETHLEHEM
52O come, all ye faithfulADESTE FIDELES
53aO little town of BethlehemBETHLEHEM-EPHRATAH
53bO little town of BethlehemIMMANUEL
54It came upon the midnight clearNOEL
55Who is He, in yonder stallLOWLINESS
56aBrightest and best of the sons of the morningSPRINGFIELD
56bBrightest and best of the sons of the morningLAMORNA
57As with gladness men of oldDIX
58From the Eastern mountainsCOLYTON
59Once, in royal David's cityIRBY
60Ye fair green hills of GalileeREST
61Birds have their quiet nestMONSELL
62At even, ere the sun was setANGELUS
63She only touch'd the hem of His garmentCAPERNAUM
64When mothers of Salem their children brought to JesusSPRINGTIME
65I think, when I read that sweet story of oldHUDDLESTON
66Fierce raged the tempest o'er the deepST. AELRED
67All glory, laud, and honourST. THEODULPH
68Hosanna, loud hosannaELLACOMBE
69Ride on, ride on in majestyPALMAE
70Hosanna we sing, like the children dearHOSANNA WE SING
71The Son of God in mighty loveSEFTON
72aThou didst leave Thy ThroneELMHAM
72bThou didst leave Thy ThroneVENI, DOMINE JESU
73We saw Thee not when Thou didst comeCREDO
74We may not climb the heavenly steepsFINGAL
75aThere is a green hill far awayHOLY TRINITY
75bThere is a green hill far awayHORLSEY
76aO dark and dreary dayCAROLUS
76bO dark and dreary dayST. ANSTELL
77Lo! at noon, 'tis sudden nightST. BRUNO
78aThere is a fountain fill'd with bloodHOLY TRINITY
78bThere is a fountain fill'd with bloodASPIRATION
79Near the cross was Mary weepingNEAR THE CROSS

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