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*Lowens, Irving. 1964. ''Introduction'', pp. i-xvi in ''Wyeth's Repository of Sacred Music, Part Second''. Facsimile of Second Edition (1820). New York, New York: Da Capo Press. 132 pp.
 
*Lowens, Irving. 1964. ''Introduction'', pp. i-xvi in ''Wyeth's Repository of Sacred Music, Part Second''. Facsimile of Second Edition (1820). New York, New York: Da Capo Press. 132 pp.
  
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|18a||1||8182||[[Brewer (John Hall)|Brewer]]||John Hall||1800||Now to the power of God supreme||F||4||
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|18b||1||6807||[[Sharon (James Leach)|Sharon]]||James Leach||1794||Come, ye that love the Lord||F||4||
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|19||1||4029||[[Vermont (William Billings)|Vermont]]||William Billings||1778||In vain we lavish out our lives||e||4||
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|20a||1||14117||[[Consolation (Lucius Chapin)|Consolation]]||Lucius Chapin||1812||Once more, my soul, the rising day||a||3||
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|20b||1||14122||[[Twenty-Fourth (Amzi Chapin)|Twenty-Fourth]]||Amzi Chapin||1812||Salvation, O the joyful sound||A||3||
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|20c||1||14587b||[[Fiducia (J. Robertson)|Fiducia]]||J. Robertson||1813||Father, I long, I faint to see||a||2||
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|21a||1||10998b||[[Vernon (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Vernon]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||1805||Lord, what a heaven of saving grace||e||4||
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|21b||1||14592||[[Ninety-Fifth (Lucius Chapin)|Ninety-Fifth]]||Lucius Chapin||1813||When I can read my title clear||A||4||
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|22||1||6108||[[Mount Zion (Brown )|Mount Zion]]||Brown ||1793||The hill of Zion yields||C||3||
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|23a||1||8587||[[Canaan (Lewis Edson)|Canaan]]||Lewis Edson||1801||Unite my roving thoughts, unite||G||4||
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|23b||1||6771||[[Egypt (James Leach)|Egypt]]||James Leach||1794||Mty God, my life, my love||g||3||
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|24a||1||10990b||[[Ninety-Third (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Ninety-Third]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||1805||Raise your triumphant songs||C||4||
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|24b||1||5178||[[Mount Pleasant (James Leach)|Mount Pleasant]]||James Leach||1789||My God, the spring of all my joys||A||3||
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|25a||1||2603c||[[Trumpet (Henry Carey)|Trumpet]]||Henry Carey||1734||He comes! He comes! The trumpets sound||G||3||
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|25b||1||733b||Isle of Wight ||||1711||Lord, shall we part with gold for dross||a||4||
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|26a||1||12499a||[[Merton (Thomas Clark)|Merton]]||Thomas Clark||1808||Come, let us ascend, my companion and friend||D||3||
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|26b||1||271a||[[Windsor (William Daman)|Windsor]]||William Daman||1591||Now, Lord, another of thy days||a||4||
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|27a||1||7685a||[[Gospel Trumpet (John Cole)|Gospel Trumpet]]||John Cole||1799||Hark! How the gospel trumpet sounds||A||3||
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|27b||1||5386||[[Waterford (Lewis Edson)|Waterford]]||Lewis Edson||1790||How pleased and blest was I||C||4||
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|28a||1||7877b||Dawning Light ||||1799||In boundless mercy, gracious Lord, appear||B{{flat}}||3||
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|28b||1||4139||[[Twenty-Fifth (Alexander Gillet)|Twenty-Fifth]]||Alexander Gillet||1779||I lift my soul to God||a||4||
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|29a||1||10053||Plymouth Dock ||||1803||Jesus, how precious is thy name||G||3||
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|29b||1||14792||Shields ||||1813||Come, thou fount of every blessing||A||3||First published here.
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|30a||1||6775a||[[Harmony (James Leach)|Harmony]]||James Leach||1794||O what shall I do my Savior to praise||B{{flat}}||3||
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|30b||1||4740||Georgia ||||1786||How vain are all things here. below||e||4||
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|31a||1||5180||[[Nativity (James Leach)|Nativity]]||James Leach||1789||Come let us lift our joyful eyes||G||3||
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|31b||1||4647a||Williamstown ||||1786||Show pity, Lord, O Lord, forgive||g||4||
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|32a||1||5173a||[[Hamilton (James Leach)|Hamilton]]||James Leach||1789||God is the refuge of his saints||C||3||
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|32b||1||6765a||Winchester ||||1794||Who is this that comes from far||G||3||
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|33||1||6804a||[[St. John's (James Leach)|St. John's]]||James Leach||1794||Begin, my soul, the exalted lay||A||3||
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|34||1||11114||[[Schenectady (Nehemiah Shumway)|Schenectady]]||Nehemiah Shumway||1805||From all who dwell below the skies||E{{flat}}||4||
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|35||1||3366||[[Boston (William Billings)|Boston]]||William Billings||1770||Methinks I see a heavenly host||B{{flat}}||4||
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|36||1||4019||[[Phoebus (William Billings)|Phoebus]]||William Billings||1778||Lord, in the morning thou shalt hear||f#||4||
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|37||1||14774||[[Gospel Trump (Elkanah Dare)|Gospel Trump]]||Elkanah Dare||1813||Let every mortal ear attend||G||3||First published here.
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|38||1||14761||[[Bellevue (Elkanah Dare)|Bellevue]]||Elkanah Dare||1813||Ye tribes of Adam, join||F||4||First published here.
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|39a||1||14760||[[Babylonian Captivity (Elkanah Dare)|Babylonian Captivity]]||Elkanah Dare||1813||Along the banks where Babel's current flows||f#||4||First published here.
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|39b||1||14782||[[Millville (Elkanah Dare)|Millville]]||Elkanah Dare||1813||We praise the Lord who heard our cries||E||3||First published here.
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|40||1||14771||Forster ||||1813||Ye weary heavy laden souls||e||3||First published here.
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|41||1||6178d||[[Pilgrim's Farewell (Field)|Pilgrim's Farewell]]||Field||1793||Farewell, my friends, I must be gone||G||3||
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|42a||1||14769||[[Fairton (Elkanah Dare)|Fairton]]||Elkanah Dare||1813||O God of mercy,  hear my call||a||3||First published here.
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|42b||1||14773a||[[Glasgow (Elkanah Dare)|Glasgow]]||Elkanah Dare||1813||This life's a dream, and empty show||G||3||First published here.
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|43a||1||7888a||[[Kedron (Amos Pilsbury)|Kedron]]||Amos Pilsbury||1799||Thou man of grief, remember me||e||3||
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|43b||1||14762||[[Bridge Town (Elkanah Dare)|Bridge Town]]||Elkanah Dare||1813||Grace! Tis a charmong sound||G||4||First published here.
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|44||1||6973||[[Fall of Babylon (John Beaumont)|Fall of Babylon]]||John Beaumont||1795||In Gabriel's hand a mighty stone||G||2||
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|45||1||14791||[[Road's Town (Elkanah Dare)|Road's Town]]||Elkanah Dare||1813||Blessed are the sons of God||a||3||First published here.
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|46||1||14784||[[Mount Hope (Elkanah Dare)|Mount Hope]]||Elkanah Dare||1813||Hark! Hark!  A Savior's voice||F||2||First published here.
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|47a||1||14768||[[Dismission (Elkanah Dare)|Dismission]]||Elkanah Dare||1813||Lord, dismiss with thy blessing||d||3||First published here.
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|47b||1||2255d||Old German ||||16 c.||O tell me no more||a||3||
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|50||2||||Redemption Anthem||||||Hark! Hark! Glad tidings charm our ears||||||
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|50||1||8388||[[Missionary (Thomas Walker)|Missionary]]||Thomas Walker||1800||When I can read my title clear||B{{flat}}||3||
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|51||1||12254||[[Madison (Daniel Read)|Madison]]||Daniel Read||1807||Great shepherd of thine Israel||a||4||
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|52||1||||[[Wilmington (Elkanah Dare)|Wilmington]]||Elkanah Dare||1813||Hark! The herald angels sing||G||4||
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|55||1||8108a||[[Exhortation (Eliakim Doolittle)|Exhortation]]||Eliakim Doolittle||1800||Now in the heat of youthful blood||a||4||
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|56||1||14770||[[Fidelia (Lewer )|Fidelia]]||Lewer ||1813||As on some lonely building top||a||3||First published here.
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|57a||1||14781||[[Middle Paxton (B. Austin )|Middle Paxton]]||B. Austin ||1813||No burning heats by dat||E||3||First published here.
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|57b||1||6379||[[Woburn (Jacob Kimball)|Woburn]]||Jacob Kimball||1793||Firm was my health, my dau was bright||a||4||
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|58||1||10981||[[Christian Song (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Christian Song]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||1805||Mine eyes arae now closing to rest||d||3||
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|59||1||8114||[[Liberty (Stephen Jenks)|Liberty]]||Stephen Jenks||1800||No more beneath the oppressive hand||F||3||
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|60||1||||Judgment Anthem||||||Hark, ye mortals, hear the trumpet||||||
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|68a||1||4941c||Castle Street ||||1788||Sweet is the work, my God, my King||G||4||
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|68b||1||9038||[[Warren (Isaac Lane)|Warren]]||Isaac Lane||1802||Let all our tongues be one||A||4||
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|69a||1||9855||[[Content (Walter Janes)|Content]]||Walter Janes||1803||Since God is all my trust||a||4||
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|69b||1||1065a||Walsal ||||1723||Alas! And did my Savior bleed||a||4||
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|70||1||5863||Hundred and Forty-Eighth||||1791||Loud hallelujahs to the Lord||G||4||
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|71||1||14778||[[Landaff (Findlay )|Landaff]]||Findlay ||1813||Let sinners take their course||a||3||First published here.
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|72||1||||Thanksgiving Anthem||||||O be joyful in the Lord||||||
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|76a||1||10325||[[Interrogation (Ebenezer Child)|Interrogation]]||Ebenezer Child||1804||Shall we go on to sin||e||4||
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|76b||1||14794||[[Solitude (Barnabas McKyes)|Solitude]]||Barnabas McKyes||1813||Come lead me to some lonely shade||a||4||First published here.
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|77a||1||6990||[[Boston (Lewis Edson)|Boston]]||Lewis Edson||1795||My trust is in my heavenly friend||F||4||
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|77b||1||14786||[[Newmark (Amos Bull)|Newmark]]||Amos Bull||1813||Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly Dove||G||4||First published here.
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|78a||1||7000||[[Sounding Joy (J. P. Storm)|Sounding Joy]]||J. P. Storm||1795||Joy to the earth, the Savior reigns||D||4||
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|78b||1||14767||[[Dependence (Findlay )|Dependence]]||Findlay ||1813||But I with all my care||a||3||First published here.
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|79a||1||14789||Redeeming Grace ||||1813||Come all who love my Lord and master||G||3||First published here.
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|79b||1||1681b||[[Christmas Hymn (William Knapp)|Christmas Hymn]]||William Knapp||1743||A virgin unspotted, the prophets foretold||G||3||
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|80||1||14798||Triumph ||||1813||Tis done! Lo tey come, bright celestials descend||C||3||First published here.
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|81a||1||14766a||Davis ||||1813||O thou in whose presence my soul takes delight||G||3||First published here.
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|81b||1||12951||[[Twenty-Third Psalm (Amos Bull)|Twenty-Third Psalm]]||Amos Bull||1809||My Shepherd is the living Lord||C||3||
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|82||1||9458||[[Mountain (Oliver Holden)|Mountain]]||Oliver Holden||1803||When some kind shepherd from his fold||g||4||
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|83||1||9870||[[Lamentation (Walter Janes)|Lamentation]]||Walter Janes||1803||When we our wearied limbs to rest||e||4||
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|84||1||||Farewell Anthem||||||My friends, I am going a long and tedious journey||||||
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|87||1||7955||[[Vergennes (Oliver Holden)|Vergennes]]||Oliver Holden||1800||My heart and flesh cry out for thee||g||3||
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|88||1||5587c||[[All Saints New (Amariah Hall)|All Saints New]]||Amariah Hall||1791||O! If my Lord would come and meet||d||4||
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|89||1||14779||[[Marcus Hook (Elkanah Dare)|Marcus Hook]]||Elkanah Dare||1813||Sweet is the memory of thy grace||C||3||First published here.
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|90a||1||7227||[[Exhortation (Hibbard)|Exhortation]]||Hibbard||1796||Lord, in the morning thou shalt hear||F||4||
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|90b||1||5786||[[Hinsdale (Samuel Holyoke)|Hinsdale]]||Samuel Holyoke||1791||Thou wilt reveal the paths of life||G||4||
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|91||1||4077a||[[Worcester (Abraham Wood)|Worcester]]||Abraham Wood||1778||How beauteous are their feet||F||4||
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|92a||1||7998b||[[Northfield (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Northfield]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||1800||How long, dear Savior, O how long||C||4||
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|92b||1||7840||[[Kingwood (James Peck)|Kingwood]]||James Peck||1799||Children of the heavenly King||A||3||
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|93a||1||6996||[[Pardoning Grace (Alexander Gillet)|Pardoning Grace]]||Alexander Gillet||1795||From deep distress and troubled thoughts||c||4||
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|93b||1||4093a||[[Miles's Lane (William Shrubsole)|Miles's Lane]]||William Shrubsole||1779||Al hail the power of Jesus' name||C||3||
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|94||1||11032b||[[Springhill (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Springhill]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||1805||The Lord into his garden come||G||2||
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|95a||1||14121||[[Rockbridge (Lucius Chapin)|Rockbridge]]||Lucius Chapin||1812||Far from my thoughts, vain world, be gone||C||3||
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|95b||1||657a||[[Saint Michael's (Nicholas Brady)|Saint Michael's]]||Nicholas Brady||1708||O praise ye the Lord, prepare your glad voice||C||4||
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|96||1||4439a||[[Invitation (Jacob Kimball)|Invitation]]||Jacob Kimball||1784||Come, my beloved, haste away||D||4||
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|97a||1||14593||[[Rockingham (Chapin )|Rockingham]]||Chapin ||1813||Salvation, O the joyful sound||A||4||
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|97b||1||14118||[[Unitia (Lucius Chapin)|Unitia]]||Lucius Chapin||1812||O tell me no more||G||4||
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|98a||1||8879a||Ganges ||||1802||Awaked by Sinai's awful sound||D||4||
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|98b||1||14776||Happiness ||||1813||O how happy are they||a||2||First published here.
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|99||1||8235||[[The Band of Love (William Miller)|The Band of Love]]||William Miller||1800||Our souls by love together knit||G||2||
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|100a||1||6721||[[Saint Johns (William Billings)|Saint Johns]]||William Billings||1794||Where are the mourners, saith the Lord||g||2||
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|100b||1||14788||[[Power (White )|Power]]||White ||1813||Death, like an overflowing stream||d||2||First published here.
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|100c||1||2770||Willington ||||1761||Show pity, Lord, O Lord, forgive||a||2||
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|101a||1||14758a||[[Adoration (Ananias Davisson)|Adoration]]||Ananias Davisson||1813||Thee we adore, eternal name||C||2||First published here.
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|101b||1||14785||New Canaan ||||1813||On Jordan's stormy banks I stand||C||2||First published here.
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|101c||1||14796||Sublimity ||||1813||Before Jehovah's awful throne||A||2||First published here.
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|102a||1||14772||[[Friendship (George Handel)|Friendship]]||George Handel||1735||Friendship, to every willing mind||G||3||
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|102b||1||6808a||[[Shields (James Leach)|Shields]]||James Leach||1794||Infinite grief, amazing woe||g||3||
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|103a||1||10014b||Morality ||||1803||When beauty and youth are in their full prime||G||2||
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|103b||1||11037b||[[Communion (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Communion]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||1805||The King of heaven his table spreads||E||2||
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|104a||1||14120||[[New Monmouth (Lucius Chapin)|New Monmouth]]||Lucius Chapin||1812||Come, thou fount of every blessing||a||2||
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|104b||1||14787||Perseverance ||||1813||Thy mercy, my God, is the theme of  my song||A||3||First published here.
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|104c||1||14790||Restoration ||||1813||Ye captives restored and saints of the Lord||A||2||First published here.
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|105a||1||14765||Consolation ||||1813||Come on, my partners in distress||a||2||First published here.
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|105b||1||14799||[[Vienna (Premmer )|Vienna]]||Premmer ||1813||Rise, O Lord our  God||a||2||First published here.
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|106a||1||4216a||[[Mendom (William Billings)|Mendom]]||William Billings||1781||My Redeemer, let me be||a||2||
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|106b||1||14797||The Transport ||||1813||Ye children of Jesus who're bound to the kingdom||C||2||First published here.
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|107||1||6464||[[Sterling (Nehemiah Shumway)|Sterling]]||Nehemiah Shumway||1793||Come ye that love the Lord||E||4||
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|108a||1||14800a||Washington ||||1813||A soldier, Lord, thou hast me made||a||2||First published here.
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|108b||1||14759||Animation ||||1813||Come, thou fount of every blessing||A||2||First published here.
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|109a||1||14780a||Messiah ||||1813||The Son of man they did betray||a||2||First published here.
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|109b||1||14793||Solicitude ||||1813||O thou in whose presence my soul takes delight||g||2||First published here.
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|110||1||6795||[[Pastoral (James Leach)|Pastoral]]||James Leach||1794||The Lord my pasture shall prepare||F||3||
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|111a||1||11868||[[Gallilee (Thomas Clark)|Gallilee]]||Thomas Clark||1807||Up to the hills where angels lie||C||3||
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|111b||1||3357||[[Africa (William Billings)|Africa]]||William Billings||1770||Now shall my inward joys arise||E{{flat}}||4||
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|112a||2||17424||[[Providence (C. Curtis)|Providence]]||C. Curtis||1820||What shall I render to my God||A||3||
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|112b||1||14775||Hallelujah ||||1813||Come, thou fount of every blessing||F||2||First published here.
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|113a||1||12303b||[[Concert (Jeremiah Clarke)|Concert]]||Jeremiah Clarke||1707||Come, thou fount of every blessing||a||2||
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|113b||1||6805a||[[Salford (James Leach)|Salford]]||James Leach||1794||Not from the dust affliction grows||a||3||
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|114a||1||4671a||Seaman's Song ||||1786||Would you behold the works of God||C||3||
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|114b||1||5356c||[[German Hymn (Ignaz Playel)|German Hymn]]||Ignaz Playel||1788||So fades the loverly blooming flower||B{{flat}}||3||
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|115||1||||[[David's Lamentation (William Billings)|David's Lamentation]]||William Billings||||David the king was grieved and moved||||||
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|116||1||4973||[[Lonsdale (Arcangelo Corelli)|Lonsdale]]||Arcangelo Corelli||ca. 1700||The hill of Zion yields||C||3||
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|117||1||4468f||[[Spaldwick (Thomas Firth)|Spaldwick]]||Thomas Firth||1784||Defend me, Lord, from shame||a||3||
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|118||1||3453a||[[Sappho (William Billings)|Sappho]]||William Billings||1770||When the fierce north wind with his airy forces||C||4||
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|119||1||8881||Hermit ||||1802||Tis night, and the landscape is lovely no more||d||3||
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|120a||1||14783||Minister's Farewell ||||1813||Dear friends, farewell, I do tell||G||2||First published here.
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|120||1||14394||Friendship ||||1812||Ye simple souls that stray||F||3||
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|121a||1||11041b||[[Heavenly Union (Jeremiah Ingalls)|Heavenly Union]]||Jeremiah Ingalls||1805||Come, saints and sinners, hear me tell||G||2||
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|121b||1||||Easter||||||He dies! The friend of sinners dies||G||3||
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|124||1||4002a||[[Bethlehem (William Billings)|Bethlehem]]||William Billings||1778||While shepherds watched their flocks by night||E||4||
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|125||1||4443||[[Participation (Thomas Arne)|Participation]]||Thomas Arne||1763||Jesus, with all thy saints above||G||4||
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|126a||1||4926||[[Hollis (Oliver Holden)|Hollis]]||Oliver Holden||1788||My soul, come meditate the day||d||4||
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|126b||1||4091a||[[Silver Street (Isaac Smith)|Silver Street]]||Isaac Smith||1779||Come, ye who love the Lord||C||4||
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|127||1||2980a||[[Redeeming Love (John Worgan)|Redeeming Love]]||John Worgan||1765||Now begin the heavenly theme||C||3||
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|128||1||8155||[[Plainfield (Jacob Kimball)|Plainfield]]||Jacob Kimball||1800||Let him to whom we now belong||G||4||
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|129||1||9444||[[Cowper (Oliver Holden)|Cowper]]||Oliver Holden||1803||Forgive the song that falls so low||g||4||
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|130a||1||2042a||[[Trinity (William Tansur)|Trinity]]||William Tansur||1752||Now shall my head be lifted high||F||4||
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|130b||1||1655a||Islington ||||1742||This life's a dream, and empty show||C||3||
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|131a||1||6311||[[Omega (Oliver Holden)|Omega]]||Oliver Holden||1793||My Savior, my almighty friend||C||3||
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|131b||1||||Doxology||||||Now unto the King eternal||C||3||
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==Works at CPDL==
 
==Works at CPDL==
 
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Revision as of 23:19, 12 September 2019

General Information

Title: Wyeth's Repository, Part Second

Full Title: Wyeth's Repository of Sacred Music, Part Second; Original and Selected from the most Eminent and Approved Authors in that Science; For the use of Christian Churches, Singing Schools, and Private Societies, Together with a Plain and Concise Introduction to the Grounds of Music and Rules for Learners.

Editor - Compiler: John Wyeth

Publication date and place: 1813 by John Wyeth in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 132 pp. Second Edition 1820, 132 pp.

Description: An influential book in the West and South of that day, with over forty tunes newly published. One of the first widely-published books for composers such as Amzi Chapin, Lucius Chapin, Elkanah Dare, and Ananias Davisson.

External Links

References

  • Lowens, Irving. 1964. Introduction, pp. i-xvi in Wyeth's Repository of Sacred Music, Part Second. Facsimile of Second Edition (1820). New York, New York: Da Capo Press. 132 pp.

List of works

Page Ed. HTI* Title Composer Pub. First Line Key Vo Comment
18a 1 8182 Brewer John Hall 1800 Now to the power of God supreme F 4
18b 1 6807 Sharon James Leach 1794 Come, ye that love the Lord F 4
19 1 4029 Vermont William Billings 1778 In vain we lavish out our lives e 4
20a 1 14117 Consolation Lucius Chapin 1812 Once more, my soul, the rising day a 3
20b 1 14122 Twenty-Fourth Amzi Chapin 1812 Salvation, O the joyful sound A 3
20c 1 14587b Fiducia J. Robertson 1813 Father, I long, I faint to see a 2
21a 1 10998b Vernon Jeremiah Ingalls 1805 Lord, what a heaven of saving grace e 4
21b 1 14592 Ninety-Fifth Lucius Chapin 1813 When I can read my title clear A 4
22 1 6108 Mount Zion Brown 1793 The hill of Zion yields C 3
23a 1 8587 Canaan Lewis Edson 1801 Unite my roving thoughts, unite G 4
23b 1 6771 Egypt James Leach 1794 Mty God, my life, my love g 3
24a 1 10990b Ninety-Third Jeremiah Ingalls 1805 Raise your triumphant songs C 4
24b 1 5178 Mount Pleasant James Leach 1789 My God, the spring of all my joys A 3
25a 1 2603c Trumpet Henry Carey 1734 He comes! He comes! The trumpets sound G 3
25b 1 733b Isle of Wight 1711 Lord, shall we part with gold for dross a 4
26a 1 12499a Merton Thomas Clark 1808 Come, let us ascend, my companion and friend D 3
26b 1 271a Windsor William Daman 1591 Now, Lord, another of thy days a 4
27a 1 7685a Gospel Trumpet John Cole 1799 Hark! How the gospel trumpet sounds A 3
27b 1 5386 Waterford Lewis Edson 1790 How pleased and blest was I C 4
28a 1 7877b Dawning Light 1799 In boundless mercy, gracious Lord, appear B 3
28b 1 4139 Twenty-Fifth Alexander Gillet 1779 I lift my soul to God a 4
29a 1 10053 Plymouth Dock 1803 Jesus, how precious is thy name G 3
29b 1 14792 Shields 1813 Come, thou fount of every blessing A 3 First published here.
30a 1 6775a Harmony James Leach 1794 O what shall I do my Savior to praise B 3
30b 1 4740 Georgia 1786 How vain are all things here. below e 4
31a 1 5180 Nativity James Leach 1789 Come let us lift our joyful eyes G 3
31b 1 4647a Williamstown 1786 Show pity, Lord, O Lord, forgive g 4
32a 1 5173a Hamilton James Leach 1789 God is the refuge of his saints C 3
32b 1 6765a Winchester 1794 Who is this that comes from far G 3
33 1 6804a St. John's James Leach 1794 Begin, my soul, the exalted lay A 3
34 1 11114 Schenectady Nehemiah Shumway 1805 From all who dwell below the skies E 4
35 1 3366 Boston William Billings 1770 Methinks I see a heavenly host B 4
36 1 4019 Phoebus William Billings 1778 Lord, in the morning thou shalt hear f# 4
37 1 14774 Gospel Trump Elkanah Dare 1813 Let every mortal ear attend G 3 First published here.
38 1 14761 Bellevue Elkanah Dare 1813 Ye tribes of Adam, join F 4 First published here.
39a 1 14760 Babylonian Captivity Elkanah Dare 1813 Along the banks where Babel's current flows f# 4 First published here.
39b 1 14782 Millville Elkanah Dare 1813 We praise the Lord who heard our cries E 3 First published here.
40 1 14771 Forster 1813 Ye weary heavy laden souls e 3 First published here.
41 1 6178d Pilgrim's Farewell Field 1793 Farewell, my friends, I must be gone G 3
42a 1 14769 Fairton Elkanah Dare 1813 O God of mercy, hear my call a 3 First published here.
42b 1 14773a Glasgow Elkanah Dare 1813 This life's a dream, and empty show G 3 First published here.
43a 1 7888a Kedron Amos Pilsbury 1799 Thou man of grief, remember me e 3
43b 1 14762 Bridge Town Elkanah Dare 1813 Grace! Tis a charmong sound G 4 First published here.
44 1 6973 Fall of Babylon John Beaumont 1795 In Gabriel's hand a mighty stone G 2
45 1 14791 Road's Town Elkanah Dare 1813 Blessed are the sons of God a 3 First published here.
46 1 14784 Mount Hope Elkanah Dare 1813 Hark! Hark! A Savior's voice F 2 First published here.
47a 1 14768 Dismission Elkanah Dare 1813 Lord, dismiss with thy blessing d 3 First published here.
47b 1 2255d Old German 16 c. O tell me no more a 3
50 2 Redemption Anthem Hark! Hark! Glad tidings charm our ears
50 1 8388 Missionary Thomas Walker 1800 When I can read my title clear B 3
51 1 12254 Madison Daniel Read 1807 Great shepherd of thine Israel a 4
52 1 Wilmington Elkanah Dare 1813 Hark! The herald angels sing G 4
55 1 8108a Exhortation Eliakim Doolittle 1800 Now in the heat of youthful blood a 4
56 1 14770 Fidelia Lewer 1813 As on some lonely building top a 3 First published here.
57a 1 14781 Middle Paxton B. Austin 1813 No burning heats by dat E 3 First published here.
57b 1 6379 Woburn Jacob Kimball 1793 Firm was my health, my dau was bright a 4
58 1 10981 Christian Song Jeremiah Ingalls 1805 Mine eyes arae now closing to rest d 3
59 1 8114 Liberty Stephen Jenks 1800 No more beneath the oppressive hand F 3
60 1 Judgment Anthem Hark, ye mortals, hear the trumpet
68a 1 4941c Castle Street 1788 Sweet is the work, my God, my King G 4
68b 1 9038 Warren Isaac Lane 1802 Let all our tongues be one A 4
69a 1 9855 Content Walter Janes 1803 Since God is all my trust a 4
69b 1 1065a Walsal 1723 Alas! And did my Savior bleed a 4
70 1 5863 Hundred and Forty-Eighth 1791 Loud hallelujahs to the Lord G 4
71 1 14778 Landaff Findlay 1813 Let sinners take their course a 3 First published here.
72 1 Thanksgiving Anthem O be joyful in the Lord
76a 1 10325 Interrogation Ebenezer Child 1804 Shall we go on to sin e 4
76b 1 14794 Solitude Barnabas McKyes 1813 Come lead me to some lonely shade a 4 First published here.
77a 1 6990 Boston Lewis Edson 1795 My trust is in my heavenly friend F 4
77b 1 14786 Newmark Amos Bull 1813 Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly Dove G 4 First published here.
78a 1 7000 Sounding Joy J. P. Storm 1795 Joy to the earth, the Savior reigns D 4
78b 1 14767 Dependence Findlay 1813 But I with all my care a 3 First published here.
79a 1 14789 Redeeming Grace 1813 Come all who love my Lord and master G 3 First published here.
79b 1 1681b Christmas Hymn William Knapp 1743 A virgin unspotted, the prophets foretold G 3
80 1 14798 Triumph 1813 Tis done! Lo tey come, bright celestials descend C 3 First published here.
81a 1 14766a Davis 1813 O thou in whose presence my soul takes delight G 3 First published here.
81b 1 12951 Twenty-Third Psalm Amos Bull 1809 My Shepherd is the living Lord C 3
82 1 9458 Mountain Oliver Holden 1803 When some kind shepherd from his fold g 4
83 1 9870 Lamentation Walter Janes 1803 When we our wearied limbs to rest e 4
84 1 Farewell Anthem My friends, I am going a long and tedious journey
87 1 7955 Vergennes Oliver Holden 1800 My heart and flesh cry out for thee g 3
88 1 5587c All Saints New Amariah Hall 1791 O! If my Lord would come and meet d 4
89 1 14779 Marcus Hook Elkanah Dare 1813 Sweet is the memory of thy grace C 3 First published here.
90a 1 7227 Exhortation Hibbard 1796 Lord, in the morning thou shalt hear F 4
90b 1 5786 Hinsdale Samuel Holyoke 1791 Thou wilt reveal the paths of life G 4
91 1 4077a Worcester Abraham Wood 1778 How beauteous are their feet F 4
92a 1 7998b Northfield Jeremiah Ingalls 1800 How long, dear Savior, O how long C 4
92b 1 7840 Kingwood James Peck 1799 Children of the heavenly King A 3
93a 1 6996 Pardoning Grace Alexander Gillet 1795 From deep distress and troubled thoughts c 4
93b 1 4093a Miles's Lane William Shrubsole 1779 Al hail the power of Jesus' name C 3
94 1 11032b Springhill Jeremiah Ingalls 1805 The Lord into his garden come G 2
95a 1 14121 Rockbridge Lucius Chapin 1812 Far from my thoughts, vain world, be gone C 3
95b 1 657a Saint Michael's Nicholas Brady 1708 O praise ye the Lord, prepare your glad voice C 4
96 1 4439a Invitation Jacob Kimball 1784 Come, my beloved, haste away D 4
97a 1 14593 Rockingham Chapin 1813 Salvation, O the joyful sound A 4
97b 1 14118 Unitia Lucius Chapin 1812 O tell me no more G 4
98a 1 8879a Ganges 1802 Awaked by Sinai's awful sound D 4
98b 1 14776 Happiness 1813 O how happy are they a 2 First published here.
99 1 8235 The Band of Love William Miller 1800 Our souls by love together knit G 2
100a 1 6721 Saint Johns William Billings 1794 Where are the mourners, saith the Lord g 2
100b 1 14788 Power White 1813 Death, like an overflowing stream d 2 First published here.
100c 1 2770 Willington 1761 Show pity, Lord, O Lord, forgive a 2
101a 1 14758a Adoration Ananias Davisson 1813 Thee we adore, eternal name C 2 First published here.
101b 1 14785 New Canaan 1813 On Jordan's stormy banks I stand C 2 First published here.
101c 1 14796 Sublimity 1813 Before Jehovah's awful throne A 2 First published here.
102a 1 14772 Friendship George Handel 1735 Friendship, to every willing mind G 3
102b 1 6808a Shields James Leach 1794 Infinite grief, amazing woe g 3
103a 1 10014b Morality 1803 When beauty and youth are in their full prime G 2
103b 1 11037b Communion Jeremiah Ingalls 1805 The King of heaven his table spreads E 2
104a 1 14120 New Monmouth Lucius Chapin 1812 Come, thou fount of every blessing a 2
104b 1 14787 Perseverance 1813 Thy mercy, my God, is the theme of my song A 3 First published here.
104c 1 14790 Restoration 1813 Ye captives restored and saints of the Lord A 2 First published here.
105a 1 14765 Consolation 1813 Come on, my partners in distress a 2 First published here.
105b 1 14799 Vienna Premmer 1813 Rise, O Lord our God a 2 First published here.
106a 1 4216a Mendom William Billings 1781 My Redeemer, let me be a 2
106b 1 14797 The Transport 1813 Ye children of Jesus who're bound to the kingdom C 2 First published here.
107 1 6464 Sterling Nehemiah Shumway 1793 Come ye that love the Lord E 4
108a 1 14800a Washington 1813 A soldier, Lord, thou hast me made a 2 First published here.
108b 1 14759 Animation 1813 Come, thou fount of every blessing A 2 First published here.
109a 1 14780a Messiah 1813 The Son of man they did betray a 2 First published here.
109b 1 14793 Solicitude 1813 O thou in whose presence my soul takes delight g 2 First published here.
110 1 6795 Pastoral James Leach 1794 The Lord my pasture shall prepare F 3
111a 1 11868 Gallilee Thomas Clark 1807 Up to the hills where angels lie C 3
111b 1 3357 Africa William Billings 1770 Now shall my inward joys arise E 4
112a 2 17424 Providence C. Curtis 1820 What shall I render to my God A 3
112b 1 14775 Hallelujah 1813 Come, thou fount of every blessing F 2 First published here.
113a 1 12303b Concert Jeremiah Clarke 1707 Come, thou fount of every blessing a 2
113b 1 6805a Salford James Leach 1794 Not from the dust affliction grows a 3
114a 1 4671a Seaman's Song 1786 Would you behold the works of God C 3
114b 1 5356c German Hymn Ignaz Playel 1788 So fades the loverly blooming flower B 3
115 1 David's Lamentation William Billings David the king was grieved and moved
116 1 4973 Lonsdale Arcangelo Corelli ca. 1700 The hill of Zion yields C 3
117 1 4468f Spaldwick Thomas Firth 1784 Defend me, Lord, from shame a 3
118 1 3453a Sappho William Billings 1770 When the fierce north wind with his airy forces C 4
119 1 8881 Hermit 1802 Tis night, and the landscape is lovely no more d 3
120a 1 14783 Minister's Farewell 1813 Dear friends, farewell, I do tell G 2 First published here.
120 1 14394 Friendship 1812 Ye simple souls that stray F 3
121a 1 11041b Heavenly Union Jeremiah Ingalls 1805 Come, saints and sinners, hear me tell G 2
121b 1 Easter He dies! The friend of sinners dies G 3
124 1 4002a Bethlehem William Billings 1778 While shepherds watched their flocks by night E 4
125 1 4443 Participation Thomas Arne 1763 Jesus, with all thy saints above G 4
126a 1 4926 Hollis Oliver Holden 1788 My soul, come meditate the day d 4
126b 1 4091a Silver Street Isaac Smith 1779 Come, ye who love the Lord C 4
127 1 2980a Redeeming Love John Worgan 1765 Now begin the heavenly theme C 3
128 1 8155 Plainfield Jacob Kimball 1800 Let him to whom we now belong G 4
129 1 9444 Cowper Oliver Holden 1803 Forgive the song that falls so low g 4
130a 1 2042a Trinity William Tansur 1752 Now shall my head be lifted high F 4
130b 1 1655a Islington 1742 This life's a dream, and empty show C 3
131a 1 6311 Omega Oliver Holden 1793 My Savior, my almighty friend C 3
131b 1 Doxology Now unto the King eternal C 3
 *.The Hymn Tune Index

Works at CPDL

Title Year Composer Arranger Lyricist First Line Subgenre Vo. Meter
Babylonian Captivity 1813 Elkanah Dare Joel Barlow Along the banks where Babel's current flows Psalm-tunes 4 10 10. 10 10
Bellevue 1813 Elkanah Dare Isaac Watts Ye tribes of Adam, join Psalm-tunes 4 66. 66. 88
Bridge Town 1813 Elkanah Dare Philip Doddridge Grace! 'tis a charming sound 4 66. 86 (S.M.)
Condescending 1813 Ananias Davisson Isaac Watts How condescending and how kind 4 86. 86 (C.M.)
Consolation 1813 Anonymous Ananias Davisson

William Walker

Charles Wesley Come on, my partners in distress 2 886. 886
Davis 1813 Anonymous Joseph Swain O thou in whose presence my soul takes delight 3 11 8. 11 8
Forster 1813 Anonymous John Granade Ye weary heavy laden souls 3 86. 86. D (C.M.D.)
Friendship 1798 George Frideric Handel Ananias Davisson Friendship to every willing mind 4 87. 87. 88. 87
Friendship 1812 Anonymous William Walker Charles Wesley Ye simple souls, that stray 3 66. 66. 86. 86
Glasgow 1813 Elkanah Dare Isaac Watts This life's a dream, an empty show Psalm-tunes 4 88. 88 (L.M.)
Hallelujah 1813 Anonymous Robert Robinson Come, thou fount of every blessing Hymn tunes 2 87. 87. D
Happiness 1813 Anonymous Charles Wesley O how happy are they Who their Savior obey

Come away to the skies

2 669. 669
Mount Calvary 1813 Ananias Davisson John Granade The Son of Man they did betray 4 88. 86. 88. 886
New Monmouth 1813 Lucius Chapin Robert Robinson Come thou fount of every blessing 4 87. 87
Ninety-Fifth 1813 Lucius Chapin Isaac Watts When I can read my title clear 4 86. 86 (C.M.)
Redeeming Grace 1813 Anonymous William Hauser Anonymous lyricist Come all that love my Lord and Master 4 98. 98. D
Reflection 1813 Ananias Davisson Ananias Davisson Isaac Watts No sleep or slumber to his eyes Psalm-tunes 4 86. 86 (C.M.)
Restoration 1813 Anonymous William Hauser Anonymous lyricist Ye captives restored and saints of the Lord 4 10 11. 10 11
Road's Town 1813 Elkanah Dare William Hauser Joseph Humphreys Blessed are the sons of God 4 77. 77. 77
Solicitude 1813 Anonymous Barry Johnston Joseph Swain O thou, in whose presence my soul takes delight 4 11 8. 11 8
Solitude 1813 Barnabas McKyes Anonymous Come lead me to some lonely shade 4 86. 86 (C.M.)
Transport 1813 Anonymous John Granade Ye children of Jesus, who're bound for the kingdom 2 12 11.12 11.12 12.12 11
Triumph 1813 Anonymous Anonymous lyricist Tis done! Lo, they come! bright celestials descend 3 Irregular meter
Twenty-Fourth 1813 Amzi Chapin Isaac Watts Salvation! O the joyful sound 3 86. 86 (C.M.)
Wilmington 1813 Elkanah Dare Charles Wesley Hark! the herald angels sing Set pieces 4 77. 77