Five Anthems and Four Hymns (Joseph Key)

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Five Anthems and Four Hymns was Joseph Key's fourth and last published book of psalmody. It is not dated, but the Hymn Tune Index suggests it was published c1790, noting that Key's three earlier books, but not this one, are advertised in the first edition of Thomas Williams' Psalmodia Evangelica of 1789.

Publication date and place: ca. 1790 by Henry Thompsons in London.

The title page describes the collection as Five Anthems / and / FOUR HYMNS / on / General & Particular Occasions; / Ten Psalm Tunes / Seven Carols &c. / Composed by the Late Mr Joseph Key. / Book IV / Price 6s / London / Printed for Henry Thompsons, No 75 St Paul’s Church Yard. Key's third book, Five Anthems, Four Collects, Twenty Psalm Tunes, was an earlier posthumous publication, being advertised in the Leicester Journal of 10 December 1785 by his widow Elizabeth.

List of works

Pages Description Text
011-3 Anthem I. For Easter Day Taken from several Scriptures Christ our Passover
024-7 Anthem II. From Psalm 39 Lord, let me know my end
038-10 Anthem III From Psalm 122 We will go into the house of the Lord
0411-14 Anthem IV. From Psalm 122 I was glad when they said unto me
0515-16 Anthem V. From Psalm 133 Behold, how good and joyful
0617 Psalm XIX. Ver 7 How perfect is the law of God
0717 Psalm XXIV Ver 3 Who is the man, O Lord, that shall
0818 Psalm XLIII. Ver. 3 O Lord, send out thy light and truth
0919 Psalm LXXIII. Ver. 23. What thing is there that I can wish
1019 Psalm XCII Ver. 5 O Lord, how glorious and how great
1120 Psalm CIII Ver. 8 The Lord is kind and merciful
1221 Psalm CIII 2d Part Behold what pity parents do
1322 Psalm CIV My soul praise the Lord, speak good of his name
1423 Psalm CXXX Lord, unto thee I make my moan
1524-26 Psalm CXXXVI Praise ye the Lord for he is good
1627 Hymn I for a Friendly Society Our annual meeting being come
1728 Hymn II for a Funeral Is there not an appointed time
1829 Hymn III A Funeral Hymn for a Friendly Society Now is Christ risen from the dead
1930 Hymn IV For a Society Thy works, O Lord, are wonderful
2031 Carol I Come, ye rural shepherds fair
2132-33 Carol II Rejoice, ye shepherds; hail the blessed morn
2234 Carol III Awake, ye drowsy mortals all
2335 Carol IV Hark, hark! A gracious voice from heav'n
2436-37 Carol V The glorious morn of man's redemption see
2538-39 Carol VI Come, celebrate th'auspicious morn
2640 Carol VII Hail, hail, once more, auspicious morn

External links

  • Hymn Tune Index details for source KeyJA4