An Original Set of Psalm and Hymn Tunes (Almond Woolf)

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The title page of An Original Set of Psalm and Hymn Tunes by Almond Woolf of Redruth describes the work as 'AN ORIGINAL SET [/] OF [/] PSALM AND HYMN TUNES, [/] IN FOUR PARTS: [/] ADAPTED TO THE [/] HYMNS OF WESLEY AND DR. WATTS, THE PSALMS OF THE NEW VERSION, &c. [/] LIKEWISE, [/] A DISMISSION AND JUBILATE. [/] THE MUSIC COMPOSED [/] BY ALMOND WOOLF, REDRUTH, CORNWALL. [/] PRICE FIVE SHILLINGS. [/] REDRUTH: [/] PRINTED AND SOLD FOR THE AUTHOR BY FRANCIS SYMONS. [/] 1836.'

A dedicatory page reads 'TO THE [/] REV. JOHN WEBSTER HAWKESLEY, [/] RECTOR OF THE PARISH OF REDRUTH, [/] THIS WORK [/] IS, [/] WITH THE UTMOST DEFERENCE AND REGARD, RESPECTFULLY INSCRIBED, [/] BY [/] HIS VERY OBLIGED AND OBEDIENT HUMBLE SERVANT, [/] THE AUTHOR.'

Publication date and place: 1836 by Francis Symons in Redruth, Cornwall

The collection contains 48 pages of music, consisting of 31 metrical psalm or hymn tunes, a dismission and a setting of the Jubilate.

List of works

Pages Description Text
011 GRACE. C.M. Hy: 1 Wesley. O for a thousand tongues to sing
022 TRURO. C.M. Hy: 12 Wesley. Come ye that love the Lord
033 MESSIAH. P.M. Hy: 66 Wesley. Lo! he comes with clouds descending
044 INTEREST. 6 lines 8s Hy: 201 Wesley And can it be that I should gain
055 REDEMPTION. 4 lines 7s Hy: 350 Wesley. Holy Lamb, who thee receive
066-7 CHEERFULNESS. 8 lines 8s Hy: 73 Wesley. Away with our sorrow and fear
077 THOUGHT. S.M. Hy: 43 Wesley. And am I born to die?
088 PENVENTON. C.M. Hy: 37 Wesley. Jesus, the name high over all
099 TRUMP. L.M. Hy: 57 Wesley. The great Archangel's trump shall sound
1010 BELIEVER. 4 lines 10s & 11s Hy: 198 Wesley. O what shall I do, my Saviour to praise
1111 PENRYN. L.M. Ps: 147 Dr Watts. Praise ye the Lord, 'tis good to raise
1212 ADORATION. 4 lines 6s & 2. 8s Hy: 34 Wesley. Let earth and heav'n agree
1313 WORSHIP. P.M. Ps: 122 Dr Watts. How pleased and blest was I
1414-15 SOVEREIGNTY. P.M. Ps: 50 Dr Watts. The God of glory sends his summons forth
1516 LOVE. S.M. Hy: 137 Wesley. When shall thy love constrain
1617-18 REFUGE. 8 lines 7s Hy: 143 Wesley. Jesu, lover of my soul
1718-19 MERCY. 6 lines 8s Hy: 189 Wesley. Now I have found the ground wherein
1820 FALMOUTH. 6 lines 7s Hy: 20 Wesley. Weary souls that wander wide
1921 IMMORTALITY. 6 lines 8s Hy: 224 Wesley. I'll praise my maker while I've breath
2022 OMNIPOTENT. C.M. Hy: 559 Wesley. God moves in a mysterious way
2123 SUPPLICATION. L.M. Ps: 69 New Version. Save me, O God, from waves that roll
2224 PENZANCE. L.M. Ps: 150 New Version. O praise the Lord in that blest place
2325 CARN BREA. C.M. Ps: 117 New Version. With cheerful notes let all the earth
2426 DISPLEASURE. C.M. Ps: 76 New Version. Why hast thou cast us off, O God?
2527 BRISTOL. C.M. Ps: 98 New Version. Sing to the Lord a new-made song
2628-29 REDRUTH. L.M. Hy: 246 Wesley. My soul, through my Redeemer's care
2730-31 PRAISE. L.M. Ps: 95 New Version. O come, loud anthems let us sing
2831-32 TRIBULATION. 8 lines 7s Hy: 76 Wesley. Who are these arrayed in white?
2933 HELSTONE. C.M. Ps: 145 Dr Watts. Sweet is the memory of thy grace
3034-35 CORONATION NEW. C.M. All hail the power of Jesu's name
3136 CELESTIAL. 4 lines 8s & 2. 6s Hy: 333 Wesley. Come on, my partners in distress
3237-40 DISMISSION. Thy name, almighty Lord
3341-48 JUBILATE. O be joyful in the Lord, all ye lands

Works at CPDL

Title Year Page Genre Subgenre Vo. Voices
I'll praise my maker while I've breath 1836 21 Sacred Hymns 4 SATB
Sweet is the memory of thy grace 1836 33 Sacred Hymns 4 SATB


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