The Day School Hymn Book: with tunes (New and enlarged edition)

Editor: Emma Mundella
Publisher: Novello, Ewer & Co., New York / London, 1896
Language: English; French; German; Latin
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100O Source divine, and Life of allNIGHTPage Scan
101O Thou great Friend to all the sons of menDALEGARTHPage Scan
102O Thou not made with handsCITY OF GODPage Scan
103O worship the King, All glorious aboveOLD 104THPage Scan
104Oft in danger, oft in woeCULBACHPage Scan
105Onward, Christian brethrenLAUS DEOPage Scan
106Onward, Christian soldiersST. GERTRUDEPage Scan
107Our blest Redeemer, ere He breath'dST. CUTHBERTPage Scan
108Pour forth the oil, pour boldly forthILFRACOMBEPage Scan
109Praise, my soul, the King of heavenALLELUIA DLUCE CARMENPage Scan
110Praise the Lord, ye heavens adore HimAUSTRIAPage Scan
111Prune thou thy words the thoughts controlPOLMONTPage Scan
112Put thou thy trust in GodWILLOUGHBYPage Scan
113Quiet, Lord, my froward heartVENI, SANCTE SPIRITUSPage Scan
114Rejoice, the Lord is kingGOPSALPage Scan
115Rejoice today with one accordEIN' FESTE BURGPage Scan
116Scorn not the slightest word or deedLINCOLNPage Scan
117Sing praise to God Who reigns aboveLUTHERPage Scan
118Sing Alleluia forth in duteous praiseST. JOHNPage Scan
119Soldiers of Christ, ariseFRANCONIAPage Scan
120Soldiers, who are Christ's belowSOLDIERS OF CHRISTPage Scan
121Take my life, and let it beVIENNAPage Scan
122Take up thy cross, the Saviour saidBRESLAUPage Scan
123Teach me, my God and KingBETHLEHEMPage Scan
124The heavens declare His gloryCRÜGERPage Scan
125The King of love my Shepherd isDOMINUS REGIT MEPage Scan
126The light pours down from heavenBAMFFPage Scan
127The Lord my pasture shall prepareROCHESTERPage Scan
128The Son of God goes forth to warSEYMOURPage Scan
129The spacious firmament on highADORATIONPage Scan
130There is a book, who runs may readST. FLAVIANPage Scan
131There's not a bird with lonely nestBELGRAVEPage Scan
132There's peace and rest in ParadiseDUNDEEPage Scan
133Thine forever! God of loveNEWINGTONPage Scan
134Thou art the Way, how sweet the thoughtVIA, VERITAS, VITAPage Scan
135Though lowly here our lot may beTOTTENHAMPage Scan
136Through the night of doubt and sorrowST. OSWALDPage Scan
137Thy way, not mine, O LordDULWICHPage Scan
138We all must work, with head or handANGELUSPage Scan
139Warrior! to thy station standWARRIORPage Scan
140We have not known Thee as we oughtBREMENPage Scan
141What was Thy holy joy, O LordRESIGNATIONPage Scan
142We scatter seeds with careless handCLOVELLYPage Scan
143When God of old came down from heavenWINCHESTER OLDPage Scan
144When spring unlocks the flowers to paint the laughing soilEDWINSTOWEPage Scan
145"Where is your God?" they sayRIPONPage Scan
146When thro' life's dewy fields we goNOTTINGHAMPage Scan
147Who fathoms the Eternal Thought?NORTHENDENPage Scan
148Work is sweet, for God has blestVERONAPage Scan
149We thank Thee, O Lord, for these and all The blessings[We thank Thee, O Lord, for these and all The blessings]Page Scan
150We thank Thee, O Lord, for these and all The blessings[We thank Thee, O Lord, for these and all The blessings]Page Scan
151God save our gracious Queen[God save our gracious Queen]Page Scan
152Brilante étoile du matinÉTOILE DU MATINPage Scan
153À la fin de cette journeéPRIÈRE DU SOIRPage Scan
154Seigneur, sous ta sûre conduiteBÉNÉDICTIONSPage Scan
155Ainsi que d'une lyreESPÉRANCEPage Scan
156O notre Dieu, Père d'éternitéCONSÉCRATIONPage Scan
157Comme un cerf altéré brameSOUMISSIONPage Scan
158De quoi t'alarmes-tu, mon cœur?CONSOLATIONPage Scan
159Je chanterai, Seigneur, tes œuvres magnifiquesGLORIFICATIONPage Scan
160Je veux t'aimer, toi, mon DieuPIÉTÉPage Scan
161Mon bonheur vient de toiJOIE SAINTEPage Scan
162Ouvrages de Très-Haut, effets de sa paroleBÉNÉDICITÉPage Scan
163Parle, parle Seigneur, ton serviteur écouteSUPPLICATIONPage Scan
164Mein erst' Gefühl sei Preis und Dank[Mein est' Gefühl sei Preis und Dank]Page Scan
165Morgenglanz der Ewigkeit[Morgenglanz der Ewigkeit]Page Scan
166Wenn fromme Kindlein schlafen geh'n[Wenn fromme Kindlein schalfen geh'n]Page Scan
167Nun sich der Tag geendet hat[Nun sich der Tag geendet hat]Page Scan
168Nun lasst uns gehn und treten[Nun lasst uns gehn und treten]Page Scan
169Herr, die Erde ist gesegnet[Herr, die Erde ist gesegnet]Page Scan
170Was Gott thut, das ist wohlgethan[Was Gott thut, das ist wohlgethan]Page Scan
171Verleih uns Frieden gnädiglich[Verleih uns Frieden gnädiglich]Page Scan
172Lobe den Herren, den mächtigen König der Ehren[Lobe den Herren, den mächtigen König der Ehren]Page Scan
173Wenn ich, O Schöpfer, deine Macht[Wenn ich, O Schöpfer, deine Macht]Page Scan
174Ruhe ist das beste Gut[Ruhe ist das beste Gut]Page Scan
175Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott[Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott]Page Scan
176Nun danket alle Gott[Nun danket alle Gott]Page Scan
177O Ewigkeit! O Ewigkeit![O Ewigkeit! O Ewigkeit!]Page Scan
178Christe, qui lux es et dies[Christe, qui lux es et dies]Page Scan
179Dies irae, dies illa[Dies irae, dies illa]Page Scan
180Lucis largitor splendide[Lucis largitor splendide]Page Scan
181Stabat mater dolorosa[Stabat mater dolorosa]Page Scan
182Ut jucundas cervus undas[Ut jucundas cervus undas]Page Scan
183Veni, Sancte Spiritus[Veni, Sancte Spiritus]Page Scan

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