The Chapel Hymnal: hymns and songs (Fifth ed.)

Editor: Theo. B. Noss, Ph. D.
Publisher: The Southwestern State Normal School, California, Pa., 1899
Language: English; German
Notes: Songs are numbered separately, and prefixed with "S"
#TextTuneText InfoTune InfoTextScorePage ScanAudio
101My country, 'tis of theeAMERICAPage Scan
102I heard the voice of Jesus sayINVITATIONPage Scan
103O happy day, that fixed my choiceO HAPPY DAYPage Scan
104How firm a foundation, ye saints of the LordPORTUGUESE HYMNPage Scan
105Soldiers of Christ, ariseELMSWOODPage Scan
106How precious is the book divineARMENIAPage Scan
107Forever with the Lord!FOREVER WITH THE LORDPage Scan
108I was a wand'ring sheepLEBANONPage Scan
109Jesus, o'er the grave victoriousTALMARPage Scan
110Jesus, I my cross have takenELLESDIEPage Scan
111Jesus, Lover of my soulREFUGEPage Scan
112Yield not to temptation[Yield not to temptation]Page Scan
113One sweetly solemn thought[One sweetly solemn thought]Page Scan
114Jesus! I live to TheeMORNINGTONPage Scan
115Love divine, all love excellingLOVE DIVINEPage Scan
116Glorious things of thee are spokenAUSTRIAPage Scan
117Today the Savior calls[Today the Savior calls]Page Scan
118There is a fountain filled with blood[There is a fountain filled with blood]Page Scan
119Come, Thou Almighty KingITALIAN HYMNPage Scan
120O holy Savior! Friend unseenFLEMMINGPage Scan
121We praise Thee, O God! for the Son of Thy love[We praise Thee, O God! for the Son of Thy love]Page Scan
122Jerusalem, the goldenEWINGPage Scan
123Glory be to the Father, and to the Son[Glory be to the Father, and to the Son]Page Scan
124Hark! ten thousand harps and voicesHARWELLPage Scan
125Still, still with Thee, when purple morning breaketh[Still, still with Thee, when purple morning breaketh]Page Scan
126How great the goodness Thou hast storedMERIBAHPage Scan
127O day of rest and gladnessMENDEBRASPage Scan
128Each cooing dove and sighing bough[Each cooing dove and sighing bough]Page Scan
129A mighty fortress is our God[A mighty fortress is our God]Page Scan
130Lead, kindly Light, amid th'encircling gloomLUX BENIGNAPage Scan
131Lord, if at Thy commandOZREMPage Scan
132Therefore with angels and archangels[Therefore with angels and archangels]Page Scan
133We are nearing the heavenly shore[We are nearing the heavenly shore]Page Scan
134The spacious firmament on highCREATIONPage Scan
135Great God of nations now to TheeMENDONPage Scan
136Savior, who Thy flock art feedingMILWAUKEEPage Scan
137Alas! and did my Savior bleedDUNDEEPage Scan
138Awake my soul, stretch ev'ry nerveAWAKE, MY SOUL!Page Scan
139Angel voices, ever singing[Angel voices, ever singing]Page Scan
140Art thou weary, art thou languid[Art thou weary, art thou languid]Page Scan
141Hark! hark, my soul! Angelic songs are swellingVOX ANGELICAPage Scan
142By cool Siloam's shady rill[By cool Siloam's shady rill]Page Scan
143There's a Rose that is blooming for you, friend[There's a Rose that is blooming for you, friend]Page Scan
144Lord, for tomorrow and its needs[Lord, for tomorrow and its needs]Page Scan
145The Homeland! O the Homeland![The Homeland! O the Homeland!]Page Scan
146Silently the shades of eveningSTOCKWELLPage Scan
147It may not be on the mountain's height[It may not be on the mountain's height]Page Scan
148aFaith of our fathers! living stillST. CATHERINEPage Scan
148bGod of our fathers, known of oldST. CATHERINEPage Scan
149It is not death to dieCAPELLOPage Scan
150Sunset and Ev'ning Star[Sunset and Ev'ning Star]Page Scan
151Lord, with glowing heart I'd praise Thee[Lord, with glowing heart I'd praise Thee]Page Scan
152Late, late, so late! and dark the night, and chill![Late, late, so late! and dark the night, and chill!]Page Scan
S1Sweet and low, sweet and low[Sweet and low, sweet and low]Page Scan
S2Way down upon the Swanee ribber[Way down upon the Swanee ribber]Page Scan
S3There's music in the air[There's music in the air]Page Scan
S4Soft, soft music is stealing[Soft, soft music is stealing]Page Scan
S5Soft o'er the fountain[Soft o'er the fountain]Page Scan
S6O, Columbia, the gem of the ocean[O, Columbia, the gem of the ocean]Page Scan
S7Mine eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the LordJOHN BROWN'S BODYPage Scan
S8O, say, can you see, by the dawn's early light[O, say, can you see, by the dawn's early light]Page Scan
S9Sleep, comrades, sleep, sleep and rest[Sleep, comrades, sleep, sleep and rest]Page Scan
S10Hail Columbia, happy land![Hail Columbia, happy land!]Page Scan
S11Should auld acquaintance be forgot[Should auld acquaintance be forgot]Page Scan
S12aA voice resounds like thunder peal[A voice resounds like thunder peal]Page Scan
S12bEs braust ein Ruf wie Donnerhall[Es braust ein Ruf wie Donnerhall]Page Scan
S13aSleep, baby, sleep![Sleep, baby, sleep!]Page Scan
S13bSchlaf, Kindchen, schlaf![Schlaf, Kindchen, schlaf!]Page Scan
S14Stars of the summer night[Stars of the summer night]Page Scan
S15Once I saw a sweet-brier rose[Once I saw a sweet-brier rose]Page Scan
S16'Tis the last rose of summer['Tis the last rose of summer]Page Scan
S17Forsaken, forsaken, forsaken am I[Forsaken, forsaken, forsaken am I]Page Scan
S18Thou forest broad and sweeping[Thou forest broad and sweeping]Page Scan
S19Rocked in the cradle of the deep[Rocked in the cradle of the deep]Page Scan
S20O, tell me what it meaneth[O, tell me what it meaneth]Page Scan
S21Speed away! speed away! on thine errand of light![Speed away! speed away! on thine errand of light!]Page Scan
S22Murmur, gentle lyre[Murmur, gentle lyre]Page Scan
S23You're starting, my boy, on your journey[You're starting, my boy, on your journey]Page Scan
S24Maxwelton's banks are bonnie[Maxwelton's banks are bonnie]Page Scan
S25How dear to this heart are the scenes of my childhood[How dear to this heart are the scenes of my childhood]Page Scan
S26How can I bear to leave thee?[How can I bear to leave thee?]Page Scan
S27What's this dull town to me?[What's this dull town to me?]Page Scan
S28O come, come away[O come, come away]Page Scan
S29On Alpine heights[On Alpine heights]Page Scan
S30There's a good time coming[There's a good time coming]Page Scan
S31O where and O where is your Highland laddie gone?[O where and O where is your Highland laddie gone?]Page Scan
S32Goodnight, ladies! goodnight, ladies![Goodnight, ladies! goodnight, ladies!]Page Scan
S33Flow gently, sweet Afton[Flow gently, sweet Afton]Page Scan
S34Hail to the Queen of the silent night[Hail to the Queen of the silent night]Page Scan
S35When the humid showers gather[When the humid showers gather]Page Scan
S36Mid pleasures and palaces, though we may roam[Mid pleasures and palaces, though we may roam]Page Scan
S37Row, row, row your boat[Row, row, row your boat]Page Scan
S38Once in the dear, dead days beyond recall[Once in the dear, dead days beyond recall]Page Scan
S39There's a church in the valley by the wildwood[There's a church in the valley by the wildwood]Page Scan
S40Ye sons of France, awake to glory![Ye sons of France, awake to glory!]Page Scan
S41When the swallows homeward fly[When the swallows homeward fly]Page Scan
S42Which way shall I take?[Which way shall I take?]Page Scan
S43O sweet, O sweet, when first the sun[O sweet, O sweet, when first the sun]Page Scan
S44The sun shines bright in the old Kentucky home[The sun shines bright in the old Kentucky home]Page Scan
S45Ye banks and braes of bonnie Doon[Ye banks and braes of bonnie Doon]Page Scan

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