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The Resource A treasury of hymns : the best-loved hymns, carols, anthems, children's hymns, and gospel songs, selected and edited by Maria Leiper and Henry W. Simon ; historical notes by Wallace Brockway ; decorations by Frank Lieberman

A treasury of hymns : the best-loved hymns, carols, anthems, children's hymns, and gospel songs, selected and edited by Maria Leiper and Henry W. Simon ; historical notes by Wallace Brockway ; decorations by Frank Lieberman

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A treasury of hymns : the best-loved hymns, carols, anthems, children's hymns, and gospel songs
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A treasury of hymns
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the best-loved hymns, carols, anthems, children's hymns, and gospel songs
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selected and edited by Maria Leiper and Henry W. Simon ; historical notes by Wallace Brockway ; decorations by Frank Lieberman
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M2117.L52
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T7
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1901-1970
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  • Leiper, Maria
  • Simon, Henry W.
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  • Hymns, English
  • Hymns, English
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A treasury of hymns : the best-loved hymns, carols, anthems, children's hymns, and gospel songs, selected and edited by Maria Leiper and Henry W. Simon ; historical notes by Wallace Brockway ; decorations by Frank Lieberman
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  • Morning. When morning gilds the skies -- Awake, my soul, and with the sun -- As the sun doth daily rise -- Now, when the dusky shades of night -- Still, still with thee -- Come, my soul, thou must be waking -- New every morning is the love -- Evening. Abide with me -- Sun of my soul -- Saviour, breathe an evening blessing -- Now the day is over -- Again, as evening's shadow falls -- The beauteous day now closeth -- Softly now the light of day -- Day is dying in the west -- All praise to thee, my God, this night -- Now God be with us, for the night is closing -- God, that madest Earth and Heaven -- The day is gently sinking to a close -- As now the sun's declining rays -- The shadows of the evening hours -- Sunday. Saviour, again to thy dear name -- Safely through another week -- We gather together to ask the Lord's blessing -- O day of rest and gladness -- New Year's. Ring out, wild bells -- For Thy mercy and Thy grace -- Lent. Forty days and forty nights -- Palm Sunday. Ride on, ride on in majesty (see also: All glory, laud and honor -- p.303) -- Good Friday. Beneath the cross of Jesus -- Into the woods my Master went -- There is a green hill far away -- When I survey the wondrous cross -- O sacred head now wounded -- Behold the Lamb of God -- The royal banners forward go -- In the cross of Christ I glory -- Easter. Jesus Christ is risen today -- Christ the Lord is risen today -- Alleluia, song of gladness -- Golden harps are sounding -- The world itself is blithe and gay -- See, the Conqueror mounts in triumph -- Come, ye faithful, raise the strain -- Come, see the place where Jesus lay -- O sons and daughters, let us sing -- The day of resurrection -- The strife is o'er, the battle done (Finita iam sunt praella) -- Thanksgiving. Come, ye thankful people come -- Sing to the Lord of harvest -- Father, blessing every seedtime. For the summer's glowing pageant (see also: We plow the fields and scatter -- p.300) -- Christmas (including children's hymns and carols, pages 109-117) -- O come, all ye faithful (Adeste fideles) -- O little town of Bethlehem -- I heard the bells on Christmas Day -- Bring a torch, Jeanette, Isabella (Un flambeau, Jeannette, Isabelle) -- Angels we have heard on high -- We three kings of Orient are -- Cold is the morning -- Silent night (Stille nacht) -- Watchman, tell us of the night -- Angels, from the realms of glory -- It came upon the midnight clear -- Lully, lullay, thou little tiny child -- Hark! The herald angels sing -- Wake, awake, for night is flying -- Calm on the listening ear of night -- While shepherds watched their flocks by night -- As with gladness men of old -- Break forth, O beauteous heavenly light -- Lo, how a rose -- From the eastern mountains -- How brightly shines the morning star -- O thou joyful day (O sanctissima) -- What child is this, who laid to rest -- Shout the glad tidings -- Brightest and best of the sons of the morning -- Christians, awake, salute the happy morn -- The first Nowell -- Christ was born on Christmas Day -- The three ships -- Good King Wenceslas -- Good Christian men, rejoice (In dulci jubilo) -- I saw three ships come sailing in -- Bright and joyful is the morn -- Joy to the world! The Lord is come -- God rest you merry, gentlemen -- O come, little children -- Away in a manger -- Sleep, my little Jesus -- Oxen and sheep (Entre le boeuf et l?ne) -- Hush, my dear, lie still and slumber -- Once in royal David's city -- National. The star-spangled banner -- The battle hymn of the republic -- The breaking waves dashed high -- America -- America the beautiful -- Worship and praise. Holy, holy, holy! Lord God almighty! -- Father and friend, thy light, thy love -- Ancient of Days, who sittest throned in glory -- Praise God from whom all blessings flow -- All people that on Earth do dwell -- The spacious firmament on high -- O could I speak the matchless worth -- Faith of our fathers, living still -- For the beauty of the Earth -- The God of Abraham praise -- Blest be the tie that binds -- O God, in whom we live and move -- Praise the Lord, ye heavens, adore Him -- Joyful, joyful, we adore thee -- My God, how endless is thy love -- O word of God incarnate -- Let us with a gladsome mind -- All hail, the power of Jesus' name -- Begin, my tongue, some heavenly theme -- Ye servants of God, your master proclaim -- Children of the heavenly king -- Before Jehovah's awful throne -- Hark! Ten thousand harps and voices -- Come, Christians, join to sing -- High in the heavens -- My God, I thank thee ( -- Praise, my soul, the King of Heaven -- O worship the King -- Round the Lord in glory seated -- In heavenly love abiding -- For all the saints -- With songs and honors sounding loud -- O for a thousand tongues to sing -- Ye watchers and ye holy ones -- The church's one foundation -- O love that will not let me go -- Angel voices, ever singing -- The king of love my shepherd is -- Who is the man? -- Crown him with many crowns -- Now thank we all our God (Nun danket alle Gott) -- Glorious things of Thee are spoken -- O God, our help in ages past -- How sweet the name of Jesus sounds -- Jesus shall reign where'er the sun -- The embattled church. Soldiers of Christ, arise -- Stand up, stand up for Jesus -- Onward, Christian soldiers -- Go forward, Christian soldier -- A mighty fortress is our God (Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott) -- Courage and fortitude. Awake my soul, stretch every nerve -- The Son of God goes forth to war -- Lead on, O King eternal
  • Breast the wave, Christian -- Let not thy hands be slack -- Once to every man and nation -- Fight the good fight -- Christian, dost thou see them? -- Missionary. From Greenland's icy mountains -- O Zion, haste, thy mission high fulfilling -- We've a story to tell to the nations -- Prayer and supplication. Rock of ages, cleft for me -- Come, thou almighty King -- Eternal Father, strong to save -- God of our fathers, whose almighty hand -- My faith looks up to thee -- Spirit of God, descend upon my heart -- O Jesus, thou art standing -- In the hour of trial -- Jesus calls us, o'er the tumult -- O Master, let me walk with thee -- Take my life, and let it be -- Since without Thee we do no good -- Jesus, Saviour, pilot me -- Lead, kindly light -- My Jesus, as Thou wilt -- Lead us, O Father -- Nearer, my God, to Thee -- O Jesus, I have promised -- Saviour, when in dust to Thee -- We give Thee but Thine own -- Strong Son of God, immortal love -- Lord God of hosts, whose purpose, never swerving -- Jesus, Thou divine companion -- Holy Spirit, truth divine -- Breathe on me, breath of God -- O for a closer walk with God -- Dear Lord and Father of mankind -- Pleasant are Thy courts above -- Spirit divine, attend our prayers -- Be with me, Lord, where'er I go -- O God of love, O King of peace -- Now while we sing our closing psalm -- Lord, dismiss us with Thy blessing -- Lord of all being, throned afar -- Immortal love, within whose righteous will -- Jesus, lover of my soul -- Father almighty, bless us with Thy blessing -- God the omnipotent -- Guide me, O Thou great Jehovah -- Lord of our life, and God of our salvation -- Love divine, all loves excelling -- O come, O come, Emmanuel (Veni, veni, Emmanuel) -- Communion. Bread of the world, in mercy broken -- Let all mortal flesh keep silence -- Break thou the bread of life -- Marriage. O perfect love -- The good life. Eternal light! Eternal light! -- Brother man, awake! -- Come, labor on -- He liveth long -- Eternity. O paradise, O paradise -- Crossing the bar -- One sweetly solemn thought -- We would see Jesus -- Now the laborer's job is o'er -- O mother dear, Jerusalem -- Hark, hark, my soul! -- O what their joy and their glory must be -- Jerusalem the golden -- I heard a sound of voices -- Rise, my soul, and stretch thy wings -- Ten thousand times ten thousand -- Comfort and consolation. Come, ye disconsolate, where'er ye languish -- I heard the voice of Jesus say -- Art thou weary, art thou languid? -- Immortal love, forever full -- Peace, perfect peace -- God moves in a mysterious way -- How firm a foundation -- Jesu, joy of man's desiring -- Ave verum corpus -- Hymns for young children. (For other children's hymns see pages 109-117, and 354-364.) Can you count the stars? -- Jesus, tender shepherd, hear me -- Here a little child I stand -- Gentle Jesus, meek and mild -- Sleep, baby, sleep -- God, who made the Earth -- Little drops of water -- Father, we thank thee for the night -- All things bright and beautiful -- Hymns for older children. Fairest Lord Jesus -- I would be true -- The wise may bring their learning -- We would be building -- We plow the fields and scatter -- Brightly gleams our banner -- All glory, laud and honor -- On our way rejoicing -- Fling out the banner! -- We march, we march to victory -- Rejoice, ye pure in heart -- Gospel hymns. In the sweet by and by -- Beulah Land -- He leadeth me -- I love to tell the story -- The old rugged cross -- God will take care of you -- Who is on the Lord's side? -- Work, for the night is coming -- Beautiful isle of somewhere -- Yield not to temptation -- I need thee every hour -- Blessed assurance, Jesus is mine -- In the garden -- Let the lower lights be burning -- Christ arose! -- The church in the wildwood -- Just as I am, without one plea -- Saviour, like a shepherd lead us -- There is a happy land -- What a friend we have in Jesus -- The old-time religion -- The ninety and nine -- Sound the battle cry! -- Stand up, sta nd up for Jesus -- There's a wideness in God's mercy -- Shall we gather at the river? -- Have thine own way, Lord -- There is a fountain filled with blood -- Take time to be holy -- Sweet hour of prayer -- Throw out the lifeline -- Bringing in the sheaves -- God be with you till we meet again -- Sunday-school and Gospel songs for children. (For other children's hymns see pages 109-117, and 284-308.) Jesus loves me! This I know -- I think when I read that sweet story of old -- Jesus wants me for a sunbeam -- Dropping pennies -- Come to the Sabbath School -- Brighten the corner where you are -- Dare to be brave -- Follow the gleam -- True-hearted, whole-hearted
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30 cm
Extent
375 pages
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m 53000553
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Other physical details
illustrations
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(OCoLC)1134297
Label
A treasury of hymns : the best-loved hymns, carols, anthems, children's hymns, and gospel songs, selected and edited by Maria Leiper and Henry W. Simon ; historical notes by Wallace Brockway ; decorations by Frank Lieberman
Publication
Note
Includes indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
notated music
Content type code
  • ntm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Morning. When morning gilds the skies -- Awake, my soul, and with the sun -- As the sun doth daily rise -- Now, when the dusky shades of night -- Still, still with thee -- Come, my soul, thou must be waking -- New every morning is the love -- Evening. Abide with me -- Sun of my soul -- Saviour, breathe an evening blessing -- Now the day is over -- Again, as evening's shadow falls -- The beauteous day now closeth -- Softly now the light of day -- Day is dying in the west -- All praise to thee, my God, this night -- Now God be with us, for the night is closing -- God, that madest Earth and Heaven -- The day is gently sinking to a close -- As now the sun's declining rays -- The shadows of the evening hours -- Sunday. Saviour, again to thy dear name -- Safely through another week -- We gather together to ask the Lord's blessing -- O day of rest and gladness -- New Year's. Ring out, wild bells -- For Thy mercy and Thy grace -- Lent. Forty days and forty nights -- Palm Sunday. Ride on, ride on in majesty (see also: All glory, laud and honor -- p.303) -- Good Friday. Beneath the cross of Jesus -- Into the woods my Master went -- There is a green hill far away -- When I survey the wondrous cross -- O sacred head now wounded -- Behold the Lamb of God -- The royal banners forward go -- In the cross of Christ I glory -- Easter. Jesus Christ is risen today -- Christ the Lord is risen today -- Alleluia, song of gladness -- Golden harps are sounding -- The world itself is blithe and gay -- See, the Conqueror mounts in triumph -- Come, ye faithful, raise the strain -- Come, see the place where Jesus lay -- O sons and daughters, let us sing -- The day of resurrection -- The strife is o'er, the battle done (Finita iam sunt praella) -- Thanksgiving. Come, ye thankful people come -- Sing to the Lord of harvest -- Father, blessing every seedtime. For the summer's glowing pageant (see also: We plow the fields and scatter -- p.300) -- Christmas (including children's hymns and carols, pages 109-117) -- O come, all ye faithful (Adeste fideles) -- O little town of Bethlehem -- I heard the bells on Christmas Day -- Bring a torch, Jeanette, Isabella (Un flambeau, Jeannette, Isabelle) -- Angels we have heard on high -- We three kings of Orient are -- Cold is the morning -- Silent night (Stille nacht) -- Watchman, tell us of the night -- Angels, from the realms of glory -- It came upon the midnight clear -- Lully, lullay, thou little tiny child -- Hark! The herald angels sing -- Wake, awake, for night is flying -- Calm on the listening ear of night -- While shepherds watched their flocks by night -- As with gladness men of old -- Break forth, O beauteous heavenly light -- Lo, how a rose -- From the eastern mountains -- How brightly shines the morning star -- O thou joyful day (O sanctissima) -- What child is this, who laid to rest -- Shout the glad tidings -- Brightest and best of the sons of the morning -- Christians, awake, salute the happy morn -- The first Nowell -- Christ was born on Christmas Day -- The three ships -- Good King Wenceslas -- Good Christian men, rejoice (In dulci jubilo) -- I saw three ships come sailing in -- Bright and joyful is the morn -- Joy to the world! The Lord is come -- God rest you merry, gentlemen -- O come, little children -- Away in a manger -- Sleep, my little Jesus -- Oxen and sheep (Entre le boeuf et l?ne) -- Hush, my dear, lie still and slumber -- Once in royal David's city -- National. The star-spangled banner -- The battle hymn of the republic -- The breaking waves dashed high -- America -- America the beautiful -- Worship and praise. Holy, holy, holy! Lord God almighty! -- Father and friend, thy light, thy love -- Ancient of Days, who sittest throned in glory -- Praise God from whom all blessings flow -- All people that on Earth do dwell -- The spacious firmament on high -- O could I speak the matchless worth -- Faith of our fathers, living still -- For the beauty of the Earth -- The God of Abraham praise -- Blest be the tie that binds -- O God, in whom we live and move -- Praise the Lord, ye heavens, adore Him -- Joyful, joyful, we adore thee -- My God, how endless is thy love -- O word of God incarnate -- Let us with a gladsome mind -- All hail, the power of Jesus' name -- Begin, my tongue, some heavenly theme -- Ye servants of God, your master proclaim -- Children of the heavenly king -- Before Jehovah's awful throne -- Hark! Ten thousand harps and voices -- Come, Christians, join to sing -- High in the heavens -- My God, I thank thee ( -- Praise, my soul, the King of Heaven -- O worship the King -- Round the Lord in glory seated -- In heavenly love abiding -- For all the saints -- With songs and honors sounding loud -- O for a thousand tongues to sing -- Ye watchers and ye holy ones -- The church's one foundation -- O love that will not let me go -- Angel voices, ever singing -- The king of love my shepherd is -- Who is the man? -- Crown him with many crowns -- Now thank we all our God (Nun danket alle Gott) -- Glorious things of Thee are spoken -- O God, our help in ages past -- How sweet the name of Jesus sounds -- Jesus shall reign where'er the sun -- The embattled church. Soldiers of Christ, arise -- Stand up, stand up for Jesus -- Onward, Christian soldiers -- Go forward, Christian soldier -- A mighty fortress is our God (Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott) -- Courage and fortitude. Awake my soul, stretch every nerve -- The Son of God goes forth to war -- Lead on, O King eternal
  • Breast the wave, Christian -- Let not thy hands be slack -- Once to every man and nation -- Fight the good fight -- Christian, dost thou see them? -- Missionary. From Greenland's icy mountains -- O Zion, haste, thy mission high fulfilling -- We've a story to tell to the nations -- Prayer and supplication. Rock of ages, cleft for me -- Come, thou almighty King -- Eternal Father, strong to save -- God of our fathers, whose almighty hand -- My faith looks up to thee -- Spirit of God, descend upon my heart -- O Jesus, thou art standing -- In the hour of trial -- Jesus calls us, o'er the tumult -- O Master, let me walk with thee -- Take my life, and let it be -- Since without Thee we do no good -- Jesus, Saviour, pilot me -- Lead, kindly light -- My Jesus, as Thou wilt -- Lead us, O Father -- Nearer, my God, to Thee -- O Jesus, I have promised -- Saviour, when in dust to Thee -- We give Thee but Thine own -- Strong Son of God, immortal love -- Lord God of hosts, whose purpose, never swerving -- Jesus, Thou divine companion -- Holy Spirit, truth divine -- Breathe on me, breath of God -- O for a closer walk with God -- Dear Lord and Father of mankind -- Pleasant are Thy courts above -- Spirit divine, attend our prayers -- Be with me, Lord, where'er I go -- O God of love, O King of peace -- Now while we sing our closing psalm -- Lord, dismiss us with Thy blessing -- Lord of all being, throned afar -- Immortal love, within whose righteous will -- Jesus, lover of my soul -- Father almighty, bless us with Thy blessing -- God the omnipotent -- Guide me, O Thou great Jehovah -- Lord of our life, and God of our salvation -- Love divine, all loves excelling -- O come, O come, Emmanuel (Veni, veni, Emmanuel) -- Communion. Bread of the world, in mercy broken -- Let all mortal flesh keep silence -- Break thou the bread of life -- Marriage. O perfect love -- The good life. Eternal light! Eternal light! -- Brother man, awake! -- Come, labor on -- He liveth long -- Eternity. O paradise, O paradise -- Crossing the bar -- One sweetly solemn thought -- We would see Jesus -- Now the laborer's job is o'er -- O mother dear, Jerusalem -- Hark, hark, my soul! -- O what their joy and their glory must be -- Jerusalem the golden -- I heard a sound of voices -- Rise, my soul, and stretch thy wings -- Ten thousand times ten thousand -- Comfort and consolation. Come, ye disconsolate, where'er ye languish -- I heard the voice of Jesus say -- Art thou weary, art thou languid? -- Immortal love, forever full -- Peace, perfect peace -- God moves in a mysterious way -- How firm a foundation -- Jesu, joy of man's desiring -- Ave verum corpus -- Hymns for young children. (For other children's hymns see pages 109-117, and 354-364.) Can you count the stars? -- Jesus, tender shepherd, hear me -- Here a little child I stand -- Gentle Jesus, meek and mild -- Sleep, baby, sleep -- God, who made the Earth -- Little drops of water -- Father, we thank thee for the night -- All things bright and beautiful -- Hymns for older children. Fairest Lord Jesus -- I would be true -- The wise may bring their learning -- We would be building -- We plow the fields and scatter -- Brightly gleams our banner -- All glory, laud and honor -- On our way rejoicing -- Fling out the banner! -- We march, we march to victory -- Rejoice, ye pure in heart -- Gospel hymns. In the sweet by and by -- Beulah Land -- He leadeth me -- I love to tell the story -- The old rugged cross -- God will take care of you -- Who is on the Lord's side? -- Work, for the night is coming -- Beautiful isle of somewhere -- Yield not to temptation -- I need thee every hour -- Blessed assurance, Jesus is mine -- In the garden -- Let the lower lights be burning -- Christ arose! -- The church in the wildwood -- Just as I am, without one plea -- Saviour, like a shepherd lead us -- There is a happy land -- What a friend we have in Jesus -- The old-time religion -- The ninety and nine -- Sound the battle cry! -- Stand up, sta nd up for Jesus -- There's a wideness in God's mercy -- Shall we gather at the river? -- Have thine own way, Lord -- There is a fountain filled with blood -- Take time to be holy -- Sweet hour of prayer -- Throw out the lifeline -- Bringing in the sheaves -- God be with you till we meet again -- Sunday-school and Gospel songs for children. (For other children's hymns see pages 109-117, and 284-308.) Jesus loves me! This I know -- I think when I read that sweet story of old -- Jesus wants me for a sunbeam -- Dropping pennies -- Come to the Sabbath School -- Brighten the corner where you are -- Dare to be brave -- Follow the gleam -- True-hearted, whole-hearted
Dimensions
30 cm
Extent
375 pages
Lccn
m 53000553
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)1134297

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