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Description

The Sacred Harp, compiled by Benjamin F. White and Elisha J. King in 1844, was the continuation of an American singing tradition already more than a century old. At the same time, it marks the beginning of a singing tradition that is now world-wide in scope.

First Publication date and place: 1844 by S. C. Collins in Philadelphia.

History

Editions

Nineteenth Century

  1. 1844. White, Benjamin F.; and Elisha J. King. The Sacred Harp, a Collection of Psalm and Hymn Tunes, Odes, and Anthems, Selected from the Most Eminent Authors, Together with Nearly One Hundred Pieces Never Before Published; Suited to Most Metres, And Well Adapted to Churches of Every Denomination, Singing Schools, and Private Societies. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: S. C. Collins. 262 pp.
  2. 1850. White, Benjamin F.; and Elisha J. King. The Sacred Harp, a Collection of Psalm and Hymn Tunes, Odes, and Anthems … To Which is Added Appendix I., Containing a Variety of Favorite Tunes not Comprised in the Body of the Work. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: S. C. Collins. 366 pp. Appendix edited by a committee: B. F. White, Joel King, Leonard P. Breedlove, A. Ogletree, S. R. Penick, J. R. Turner, R. F. M. Mann, and E. L. King.
  3. 1859-1860. White, Benjamin F.; and Elisha J. King. The Sacred Harp, a Collection of Psalm and Hymn Tunes, Odes, and Anthems … To Which is Added Appendix I., Containing a Variety of Favorite Tunes not Comprised in the Body of the Work … Also, Appendix II., Containing 77 Pieces of New Composition by Distinguished Writers Never Before Published. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: S. C. Collins. "New Appendix" edited by B. F. White, E. T. Pound, J. P. Rees, R. F. Ball, A. Ogletree, T. Waller, J. T. Edmunds, and A. S. Webster. 432 pp. Indexes, pp. 430-432.
  4. 1869-1870. White, James L., "and others." Compilers. 1869. The Sacred Harp: B. F. White and E. J. King: A collection of tunes, odes, hymns and anthems: Fourth edition, with supplement. Together with over one hundred pieces never before used for this work. Arranged and compiled by J. L. White and others. Atlanta, Georgia: Compiler. 607 pp. Reprinted by J. L. White, Atlanta, in 1911; and by The J. L. White Sacred Harp, Valdosta, Georgia, in 2007.

Twentieth Century

  • 1902. Cooper, Wilson M. The Sacred Harp: Revised and Improved. Dothan, Alabama: W. M. Cooper. Later Editions in 1909, 1927, 1949, 1960, 1992, 2000, 2006, and 2012.
  • 1909. White, James L., and others. The Sacred Harp, a Collection of Psalm and Hymn Tunes, Odes and Anthems, Selected from the Most Eminent Authors, Together with Nearly One Hundred Pieces Never Before Published, Suited to Most Meters, and Well Adapted to Churches of Every Denomination, Singing Schools and Private Societies, with Plain Rules for Learners. Fifth Edition, entirely remodeled and improved. Place of publication not stated (Back flyleaf has advertisement for the Phillips and Crew Co., Atlanta). 524 pp. Preface from Atlanta, Georgia, April 30, 1909. Introduction and Rudiments, pp. 4-25. Music, pp. 27-308, followed by Musical Notation and Rudiments, pp. 5-21. Music, pp. 22-217. General Index (giving different page numbers for "Old" and "New"), pp. 218-220. "A variant issue was published in 1910" (Steel and Hulan 2010).
  • 1911. James, J. S., and others. Original Sacred Harp, Containing a Superior Collection of Standard Melodies of Odes, Anthems, and Church Music and Hymns of High Repute … with Complete Sketch of the Authors of Tunes and Hymns Connected with Each Tune. Place of publication not stated. 554 pp. Introduction, pp. v-vi, dated Atlanta, Georgia, August 11, 1911. Rudiments, pp. 1-26. Music, pp. 27-550. Index, pp. 551-554.
  • 1936.
  • 1991.

References

  • Cobb, Buell E., Jr. 1978. The Sacred Harp: A Tradition and Its Music. Athens, Georgia: University of Georgia Press. 245 pp. Second Edition, 1989.
  • Jackson, George P. 1933. White Spirituals in the Southern Uplands: The Story of the Fasola Folk, Their Songs, Singings, and "Buckwheat Notes". Chapel Hill, North Carolina: University of North Carolina. 444 pp. Reprinted by Dover Publications, New York, in 1965.
  • Jackson, George P. 1944. The Story of the Sacred Harp, 1844-1944. Nashville, Tennessee: Vanderbilt University Press. 46 pp.
  • Steel, David Warren, and Richard H. Hulan. 2010. The Makers of the Sacred Harp. Urbana, Illinois: University of Illinois Press. 322 pp.

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Contents of 1844 Edition

The tables below were derived from the 1859-1860 edition, since it is exactly the same as the 1844 edition except for the title page, introduction, and appendices.

TABLE 1. LIST OF WORKS IN 1844 EDITION

First Notes in the style of The Hymn Tune Index. Zipfile containing all data (text files, tab-delimited) can be found here.
Page Title Key Text Meter First Line First Notes Parts Ed. 2 Ed. 3 Ed.4 1911 1991
27 Bethel f C.M. O for a closer walk with God 135143(2)12 3 27 27 27 27 27
28a Aylesbury a S.M. The God we worship now 154321 4 28a 28a 28a 28a 28a
28b Wells G L.M. Life is the time to serve the Lord 135U1D7U1D65 4 28b 28b 28b 28b 28b
29a Fairfield a C.M. Come, humble sinner, in whose breast 131D57U11(2)3 3 29a 29a 29a 29a 29a
29b Tribulation d C.M. Death, 'tis a melancholy day 3(4)55(4)5U1D754 3 29b 29b 29b 29b 29b
30a Rochester A C.M. Come let us join our cheerful songs 112312D7U1 4 30a 30a 30a 30a
30b Prospect C L.M. Why should we start, or fear to die 5(6)U11D6U2132(1)D6 3 30b 30b 30b 30b 30b
31a Ninety-Third Psalm C S.M. Grace first contrived the way 5(6)U1D6U21(D6)5 3 31a 31a 31a 31a 31a
31b Webster G S.M. Come, we that love the Lord 132351 3 31b 31b 31b 31b 31b
32a Corinth G L.M. Jesus, and shall it ever be 13211(3)555 3 32a 32a 32a 32a 32a
32b Peterborough A C.M. Approach, my soul, the mercy seat 13334321 3 32b 32b 32b 32b
33a Weeping Savior f# S.M. Did Christ o'er sinners weep 1353D7U1 3 33a 33a 33a 33a 33a
33b Abbeville G S.M. Come, Holy Spirit, Come 131(3)2D67U1 3 33b 33b 33b 33b 33b
34a Hamilton A L.M. Come, all who love the Lord indeed 5U1323(4)55(4)3 3 34a 34a 34a 34a
34b Bleeding Savior a C.M. Alas! and did my Savior bleed 5(7)U11(D7)55(7)U11(D7)5 3 34b 34b 34b 34b
35 Augusta F C.M.D. O for a shout of sacred joy 15516551 3 35 35 35 35
36a America a S.M. My soul, repeat his praise 113215 4 36a 36a 36a 36a 36a
36b Ninety-Fifth A C.M. When I can read by title clear 11234321 4 36b 36b 36b 36b 36b
37a China D C.M. Why should we mourn departing friends 322113(D6)63 4 37a 37a 37a 37a 163b
37b Liverpool F C.M. Young people all, attention give 11(2)35653(2)1 3 37b 37b 37b 37b 37b
38a Winter F C.M. His hoary frost, his fleecy snow 15565U1D5(3)1 4 38a 38a 38a 38a
38b Windham f L.M. Broad is the road that leads to death 13455321 4 38b 38b 38b 38b 38b
39a Detroit e C.M. Do not I love thee, O my Lord 57U12D7U1(D7)5(4)5 3 39a 39a 39a 39a 39a
39b Watchman E S.M. A charge to keep I have 135U1D32 3 39b 39b 39b 39b
40 Lenox C 66.66.88. Blow ye the trumpet, blow 111D565 4 40 40 40 40 40
41 Invitation e C.M. Come, humble sinner, in whose breast 53155777 3 41 41 41 41
42 Clamanda e L.M.D. Say, now, ye lovely social band 5311D7U3(4)54 3 42 42 42 42 42
43 Primrose Hill G C.M. When I can read my title clear 53311444 3 43 43 43 43 43
44 The Converted Thief C C.M.D. As on the cross the Savior hung 3565(6)U122D6 3 44 44 44 44 44
45a New Britain C C.M. Amazing grace! how sweet the sound 5U13(1)321D65 3 45a 45a 45a 45a 45a
45b Supplication a L.M. O thou who hears when sinners cry 5U11(D7)U1D7U21(D7)5 3 45b 45b 45b 45b
46a Dublin a C.M. Lord, what is man, poor, feeble man 11D7U3D7U11D5 4 46a 46a 46a 46a
46b Hanover a C.M. Come, humble sinner, in whose breast 13211D77(6)5 3 46b 46b 46b 46b
47a Primrose A C.M. Salvation! O the joyful sound 5U12321D65 3 47a 47a 47a 47a 47a
47b Idumea a S.M. And am I born to die 11D7(U1)34(3)1 3 47b 47b 47b 47b 47b
48a Devotion C L.M. Sweet is the day of sacred rest 56U1D656U11 3 48a 48a 48a 48a 48a
48b Kedron e L.M. Thou man of grief, remember me 3(2)1155432 3 48b 48b 48b 48b 48b
49a Old Hundred A L.M. O come, loud anthems let us sing 11D765U123 4 49a 49a 49a 49a 49a
49b Mear G C.M. Will God forever cast us off 155331(2)32 3 49b 49b 49b 49b 49b
50a Consolation a C.M. Once more, my soul, the rising day 5U1234(3)21(D7)5 3 50a 50a 50a 50a
50b Distress e L.M. So fades the lovely blooming flower 1345431(D7)U1 3 50b 50b 50b 50b 32b
51 Tennessee F C.M.D. Afflictions, though they seem severe 3555355(6)1 4 51 51
52a Albion G S.M. Come, ye that love the Lord 135312 4 52a 52a 52a 52a 52a
52b Charlestown F 87.87. Mercy, O thou son of David 12325321 3 52b 52b 52b 52b 52b
53 Jerusalem a L.M. Jesus. my all, to heaven is gone 5U12(1)D7U2(3)44(3)2 3 53 53 53 53 53
54a Georgia e C.M. Return, O God of love, return 1345(65)4321 4 54a 54a 54a 54a
54b Imandra New F 11 11.11 11. Farewell, my dear brethre, the time is at hand 1(3)5365313521 3 54b 54b 54b 54b 45b
55a Paris A L.M. This spacious earth is all the Lord's 1123(43)54(3)21 4 55a 55a 55a 55a
55b Vernon e 88.88.88. Come, O thou traveler unknown 35554(3)54(3)1 4 55b 55b 55b 55b 95b
56 Salem F C.M. How sweet the name of Jesus sounds 3(4)56535(6)U11 3 56 56 56 56
57 Christian Soldier G C.M.D. Am I a soldier of the cross 1(2)332(1)D6U113(5) 3 57 57 57 57 57
58 Pisgah B C.M. Jesus, thou art the sinner's friend 5(6)U111(2)3(1)666(5) 4 58 58 58 58 58
59 Holy Manna C 87.87.D Bethren, we have met to worship 55(6)U1122(1)3(2)1(D6) 3 59 59 59 59 59
60 Portugal G L.M. How pleasant, how divinely fair 5U123(1)3(5)4(3)21 4 60 60 60
61 Sweet Rivers F C.M.D. Sweet rivers of redeeming love 133(1)22(3)55(2)3 3 61 61 61 61 61
62 Parting Hand G L.M.D. My Christian friends, in bonds of love 13(2)111212 3 62 62 62 62 62
63 Coronation A C.M. All hail the power of Jesus' name 5U1133212 4 63 63 63 63 63
64 Nashville A 886.886. The Lord into his garden come 5U111(D7)U1222(1) 3 64 64 64 64 64
65 Sweet Prospect e C.M.D. On Jordan's stormy banks I stand 3(5)3(2)D76557U2 3 65 65 65 65 65
66 Kingwood A 886.886. My days, my weeks, my months, my years 5U111(D7)1222(1) 4 66 66 66 66 266
67 Columbus f# C.M.D. O, once I had a glorious view 1333(2)1332(1) 3 67 67 67 67 67
68a Salem b L.M. He dies, the friend of sinners dies 1D765U1(3)221 4 68a 68a 68a 68a 68a
68b Middlebury A 669.669. Come away to the skies 55U1111(3) 3 68b 68b 68b 68b
69 Minister's Farewell G C.M.D. Dear friends, farewell! I do you tell 133313(2)1D6 4 69 69 69 69 69a
70 Rhode Island c 886.886. Thou great, mysterious God unknown 35553(5)777 3 70 70 480
71 Leander a C.M.D. My soul forsakes her vain delight 5U1111D765 3 71 71 71 71 71
72a The Weary Souls F C.M.D. Ye weary, heavy-laden souls 15551552 3 72a 72a 72a 72a 72a
72b Bellevue B 11 11.11 11. How firm a foundation, ye saints of the Lord 5U1D6U1D5U11323D5 3 72b 72b 72b 72b 72b
73a Cusseta B L.M. Show pity, Lord; O Lord, forgive 56(5)6(U1)2D5U11(D6)5 3 73a 73a 73a 73a 73a
73b Arlington F C.M. Jesus, with all thy saints above 13332111 3 73b 73b 73b 73b 73b
74a The Enquirer g C.M.D. I'm not ashamed to own my Lord 1D57U112(1)24 3 74a 74a 74a 74a 74a
74b King of Peace a 77.77. Lord, I cannot let thee go 121D757U1 3 74b 74b 74b 74b 74b
75 Paradise A C.M. There is a land of pure delight 1113(45)322(342)1 4 75 75
76a Holiness G 77.77.77. Daniel's wisdom may I know 1355323 3 76a 76a 76a 76a 76a
76b Desire for Piety C 8 11.8 11. Tis my desire with God to walk 1D666U1D55(6)5 3 76b 76b 76b 76b 76b
77a The Child of Grace a C.M.D. How happy's every child of grace 1D75U321(D7)57 3 77a 77a 77a 77a 77a
77b Talbotton G 77.77. Hark! my soul, it is the Lord 5533U1D65 3 77b 77b 77b 77b
78 The Hebrew Children d 76.8886. Where are the Hebrew children 554(5)755(4)3 3 78 78 481 133
79 The Old Ship of Zion F 10 7.10 7. What ship is that that will take us all home 3(2)13(5)5(3)5565U1D5 3 79 79 79 79 79
80a Shouting Song f# 87.87. Jesus, grant us all a blessing 556544(3)2(3)4 3 80a 80a 80a 80a 80a
80b Service of the Lord F 89.89. Farewell, vain world, I'm going home 56U1D53553 3 80b 80b 80b 80b 80b
81a Beach Spring A 87.87.D. Come, ye sinners, poor and wretched 1121332(1)D6 3 81a 81a 81a 81a 81a
81b Cookham G 77.77. Hark! the herald angels sing 121232(4)3 3 81b 81b 81b 81b 81b
82a Bound for Canaan B 76.76. O when shall I see Jesus 5556U122 3 82a 82a 82a 82a 82a
82b Edgefield f# L.M. How tedious and tasteless the hours 6U1332D756 3 82b 82b 82b 82b 82b
83a Vale of Sorrow a 76.76.86.76. While in this vale of sorrow 132131D5 3 83a 83a 83a 83a 83a
83b Harris F C.M. In evil long I took delight 13553343 3 83b 83b 538
84 Mountville A 76.76.D Throughout our wide-spread union 5U115343 3 84 84 84
85 The Morning Trumpet f# 76 11.76 11. O when shall I see Jesus 1(2)32343(2)1 3 85 85 85 85 85
86 Little Children E 87.87.D. Come, little children, now we may 556U12312 3 86 86 86 86
87 Sweet Canaan F 89.89. O who will come and go with me 3(2)1122452 3 87 87 87 87 87
88a Done with the World F 8 11.8 11. Jesus, my all, to heaven has gone 556U1216(5)5 3 88a 88a 88a 88a 88a
88b Mount Zion F C.M. O for a thousand tongues to sing 1355355(5)1 3 88b 88b 88b 88b 88b
89 The Church's Desolation B 87.87.D Well may thy servants mourn, my God 556U1D6(5)6U12 3 89 89 89 89 89
90 Look Out A 87.87.D. My brethren all, on you I call 5U1121352 3 90 90 90 90 90
91 Church Triumphant F 77.87.D Head of the church triumphant 53111D7(U1)2 3 91 91
92 Burk G 76.76.787. The glorious light of Zion 11D5U1356 3 92 92 92 92 92
93 Frozen Heart F L.M. Lord, shed a beam of heavenly day 1135653(2)1 3 93 93 93 93 93
94 Oak Bowery G 88.88.88. Would Jesus have the sinner die 5U111(3)5(3)2(1)2(3)2 3 94 94 483
95 Aithlone G 886.886. O thou, that hears the prayer of faith 3(2)123(4)565(4)3 4 95 95 485
96 Happy Matches A 886.886. When thou, my righteous judge, shall come 5U1113(1)222 3 96 96 96 96 96
97 Will You Go? a 86.86.8886. We're traveling home to heaven above 5U11321(D7)65 3 97 97 97 97
98 Dull Care B 86.86.54.686. Why should we at our lots complain 5U1355452 3 98 98 98 98 98
99 Gospel Trumpet A 86.88.84. Hark how the gospel trumpet sounds 5U1(23)12(34)4321 3 99 99 99 99 99
100 The Bower of Prayer A 11 11.11 11.6. To leave my dear friends, and with neighbors to part 1(D6)56U12321113 3 100 100 100 100 100
101a Canaan's Land A C.M.D. O for a breeze of heavenly love 331132(1)2(3)2 3 101a 101a 101a 101a 101a
101b Holy City f# 76.76.D There is a holy city 567554(3)1 3 101b 101b 101b 101b 101b
102 Fulfillment e 98.98.D. See how the scriptures are fulfilling 564534521 3 102 102 102 102 102
103 Animation G C.M. And let this feeble body fail 5U113(2)1453 3 103 103 103 103 103
104 The Lovely Story A L.M.D. A story most lovely I'll tell 3111D56U13 3 104 104 104 104 104
105a Redemption g 65.65.D. Come friends and relations 1323D75 3 105a 105a 501b
105b Turn, Sinner, Turn d L.M. Today, if you will hear his voice 1332211(D7)5 3 105b 105b 160b 160b 160b
106 Ecstasy f# 76.76. O when shall I see Jesus 5757U1D55 3 106 106 106 106 106
107 Pleasant Grove a L.M.D. Here, in thy name, eternal God 1331322D7 3 107 107 107 107
108 Night Watchman F 77.77.D. Watchman! tell us of the night 1232345 3 108 108
109 Carnsville B 76.76.77.76. I love my blessed Savior 5U111D56U1 3 109 109 109 109 109
110 Mount Vernon e L.M.D. What solemn sound the ear invades 133(4)55U1D7U1 3 110 110 110 110 110
111 Concord A 88.88.99. With thankfulness we will adore 11114311 3 111 111
112 Sandtown A C.M.D. Urged by compassion, I look round 11155553 3 112 112 487
113 The Prodigal Son A C.M. Affection, though they seem severe 5U111D5U111 3 113 113 113 113 113
114a Suffield e C.M. Teach me the measure of my days 132353(2)1(D7)U1 4 114a 114a 114a 114a
114b The Midnight Cry A 76.76.76.77. When the midnight cry began 1121332 3 114b 114b 114b 114b 495
115 Creation F 76.76.D. When Adam was created 112356(7)U1 3 115 115
116 Union a 12 8.12 8.12 8. Come brothers and sisters who love one another 11211D7577U1D54 3 116 116 116 116 116
117 Jordan's Shore a 86.84.D On Jordan's stormy banks I stand 1D5U11121D7 3 117 117 486
118 Ball Hill A 87.87. Come, thou fount of every blessing 111(D7)U1234(3)2 3 118 118
119 The Many Wants a 11 11.11 11. How happy, how joyful, how lovely I feel 321(7)577U211(D7)45 3 119 119
120 Lumpkin F 76.76.D. Sometimes a light surprises 3555(7)653 3 120 120
121 Florence F C.M.D. Not many years their rounds shall roll 1(3)5566(3)5(6)5(3)2(1) 3 121 121 121 121 121
122 All Is Well A 10 6.10 6.88.86. What's this that steals, that steals upon my frame 1D7U121D7U1234(2) 3 122 122 122 122 122
123a The Dying Christian A 11 8.11 8. Ye objects of sense and enjoyments of time 5U1123215543 3 123a 123a 123a 123a 123a
123b Cross of Christ g C.M.D. The cross of Christ inspires my heart 13524(2)11(D7)5 3 123b 123b 123b 123b 123b
124 Irwinton F C.M.D. What poor, despised company 1(3)53(2)35U1D6(5)3 3 124 124 229
125 Expression d 11 11.11 11. O Jesus, my Savior, I know thou art mine 3(4)5556(5)57U11D75 3 125 125 125 125 125
126 Babel's Streams e C.M.D. By Babel's streams we sat and wept 11D7(6)54345 3 126 126 126 126 126
127 Green Fields A L.M.D. How tedious and tasteless the hours 11D5U13135 4 127 127 127 127 127
128 The Promised Land f# 86.86.87.88. On Jordan's stormy banks I stand 1333(4)5444 3 128 128 128 128 128
129 Heavenly Armor C 76.76.D. And if you meet with troubles 5(6)U111(2)32(3)2(1) 3 129 129 129 129 129
130 Millenium F 12 12.12 13. The time is soon coming, by the prophets foretold 3(2)1(2)3453553111 3 130 130 130 130 130
131a Messiah f# C.M.D. He comes! He comes! to judge the world 534(3)13D7(U1)34 4 131a 131a 131a 131a 131a
131b Invocation G 76.76.77.76. Rise, my soul, and stretch thy wings 1D65U1213 3 131b 131b 131b 131b 131b
132 Exultation a 669.669. Come away to the skies 55U1116(5) 4 132 132 132 132
133 Missionary Hymn F 76.76.D. From Greenland's icy mountains 1355653 3 133 133 133 133
134 The Christian's Hope A 88.86.D A few more days on earth to spend 5U1233565(43) 3 134 134 134 134 134
135 Olney G 87.87.D. Come, thou fount of every blessing 11D6U1D55(6)U1(2)3 3 135 135 135 135 135
136 Morality G 10 11.11 12. While beauty and youth are in their full prime 553456(5)4222 3 136 136 136 136 136
137 Liberty F C.M. No more beneath the oppressive hand 555U1D65(3)3(1)2 3 137 137 137 137 137
138 Solitude in the Grove e C.M.D. O, were I like a feathered dove 11242547 4 138 138
139 Elysian G 76.76.77.77. Burst, ye emerald gates, and bring 123(2)135U1 4 139 139 139 139 139
140 Sweet Solitude A L.M. Hail, solitude! thou gentle queen 5U111(D5)U5333(1) 3 140 140 140 140 140
141 Complainer G 76.76.D I am a great complainer 5U113565 3 141 141 141 141 141
142 Stratfield f# L.M. Through every age, eternal God 5U11D753(45)65 4 142 142 142 142 142
143 Pleyel's Hymn Second F C.M.D. While thee I seek, protecting power 55U1D53442 4 143 143 143 143 143
144 Jubilee A 87.87.D. Hark! the jubilee is sounding 1D5U11(2)3432 4 144 144 144 144 144
145a Warrenton G 87.87. Come, thou fount of every blessing 55556(7)U1(D6)6(5)5 3 145a 145a 145a 145a 145a
145b Sweet Affliction F 87.87.D In the floods of tribulation 3211223(2)1 3 145b 145b 145b 145b 145b
146 Hallelujah B C.M. And let this feeble body fail 5U11D5(6)U1232(1) 3 146 146 146 146 146
147 Washington a L.M.D. Dismiss us with thy blessing, Lord 3D7U1D5(4)3555 4 147 147 147 147
148 Jefferson a 87.87.D. Glorious things of thee are spoken 11(D7)5U1(2)32(1)21 3 148 148 148 148 148
149 The Trumpet D 11 12.12 12. The chariot! the chariot! its wheels roll in fire 555U333121D7U1 3 149 149 149 149 149
150 The Spiritual Sailor a 76.76.D. The people called Christians 1D5U11232 3 150 150 150 150
151 Symphony E 10 10.10 10.10 10. Behold the Judge descends, his guards are nigh 135U1D543215 4 151 151 151 151 151
152 Bruce's Address C 77.75.D. Soldiers of the cross, arise 555356U1 3 152 152 152 152
153 Salutation d 76.86.76. Good morning, brother pilgrim 1D754377 3 153 153 153 153
154 The Saints' Delight f# C.M. When I can read my title clear 13545332(1) 3 154 154 498 114
155 Northfield C C.M. How long, dear Savior, O how long 1D5435U132 4 155 155 155 155 155
156 The Pilgrim's Lot G 886.886. How happy is the pilgrim's lot 4(5)U11D4(5)U13(4)52(1) 3 156 156 156 156
157 Essay D 76.76.D. See how the wicked kingdom 3555(3)5U13 3 157 157 157 157 157
158 Funeral Thought F 12 11.12 12. Thou art gone to the grave, we willnot deplore thee 331335531232 4 158 158 158 158 158
159 Wondrous Love g 12 9.12 12 9. What wondrous love is this 11D7U2454211D7U2 3 159 159 159 159 159
160a War Department e 11 11.11 11. No more shall the sound of the war-whoop be heard 11456452121 3 160a 160a 160a 160a 160a
160b Marysville a L.M. Jesus, my all, to heaven is gone 1D5U112(1)D7U12 3 160b 160b 160b 160b
161 Sweet Home F 11 11.11 11. Mid scenes of confusion and creature complaints 13465354(3)423 3 161 161 161 161 161
162 Plenary G C.M. Hark! from the tombs a doleful sound 5U1113212 3 162 162 162 162 162
163 Morning e L.M. He dies, the friend of sinners dies 111534(3)21 3 163 163 163 163 163a
164 Duane Street A L.M.D. A poor wayfaring man of grief 5U1331244 3 164 164 164 164 164
165 Family Bible a 12 11.12 11.D. How painfully pleasing the fond recollection 5U1345(6)543221(D7)5 3 165 165 165 165 165
166 Joyful B C.M.D. Am I a soldier of the cross 5U1111311 3 166 166 166 166 513
168 Cowper g L.M. Forgive the song that falls so low 133551D7U1 4 168 168 168 168 168
169 Dartmouth G S.M.D. Come sound his praise abroad 15(3)1(3)5(3)6(7)U1 3 169 169 169 169 169
170 Exhilaration F 888.888. O! may I worthy prove to be 1(3)5(3)2(5)66(5)U11D5 3 170 170 170 170 170
171 Exhortation F C.M. Lord, in the morning thou shalt hear 13(5)453(4)5(43)21 4 171 171 171 171 171
172 Harmony G 886.886. Wake, all ye soaring throngs, and sing 5321D5U1(2)3(4)5 3 172 172 172 172 172
173 Phoebus f# C.M.D. Lord, in the morning thou shalt hear 155(4)3455(6)7 4 173 173 173 173 173
174 Petersburg D L.M.D. Thus saith the high and lofty one 5U111D535U1 3 174 174 174 174 174
175 Star in the East C 11 10.11 10. Hail the blest morn when the great mediator 5535(6)U123211(D6)5 3 175 175 175 175
176 The Goodly Land F 66.84.D. Though nature's strength decay 155(67)U1D65 3 176 176
177 Banquet of Mercy F 11 11.11 11.3 11. Mid scenes of confusion and creature complaints 13135354243 3 177 177 177
178 Hosanna G 76.76.D. When, his salvation bringing 5U135U1D53 3 178 178 178 178
179 The Christian Warfare C 12 11.12 11.11 11. I find myself placed in a state of probation 1D56U123211D56U1 3 179 179 179 179 179
180 Vermont e C.M.D. In vain we lavish out our lives 5315U1D7(U1)D7(6)5 4 180 180 180 180 180
181 Exit e L.M. Death, like an overflowing stream 5531(23)565(4)5 4 181 181 181 181 181
182 Newburgh C S.M.D. Let every creature join 535U121 4 182 182 182 182 182
183 Greenwich e L.M.D. Lord, what a thoughtless wretch was I 55U1D75U1D7(U12)1 4 183 183 183 183 183
184 Enfield E C.M.D. Before the rosy dawn of day 13332(1)555 4 184 184 184 184 184
185 Pilgrim's Farewell G 12 8.88.12 12 12. Farewell, farewell, farewell, my friends, I must be gone 5(43)4U1(D65)41(23)21565(4)3(2)1 3 185 185 185 185 185
186 Sherburne D C.M. While shepherds watched their flocks by night 53166656 4 186 186 186 186 186
187 Protection F C.M. God, my supporter, and my hope 5U11D6656(7)U1 4 187 187 187 187 187
188 Spring G 88.88.77. The scattered clouds are fled at last 5U11(23)22(34)3(1)1(23)2 4 188 188 188 188 188
189 Montgomery C C.M.D. Early, my God, without delay 133312(1)D7(6)5 4 189 189 189 189 189
191 Virginia e C.M. Thy words the raging winds control 155U1D76(47)65 4 191 191 191 191 191
192 Schenectady E L.M.D. From all that dwell below the skies 535113(4)55 4 192 192 192 192 192
193 Huntington A L.M.D. Lord, what a thoughtless wretch was I 5U1(23)155315 4 193 193 193 193 193
195 Worcester F S.M.D. How beauteous are their feet 132(1)D56(7)U1 4 195 195 195 195 195
196 Alabama e C.M.D. Angels in shining order stand 1345(6)7U11D3 4 196 196 196 196 196
198 Star of Columbia a 11 11.11 11.D. Columbia! Columbia! to glory arise 3(2)1121(D7)55U3(4)534 3 198 198 198 198
200 Edom F C.M.D. With songs and honors sounding loud 53(45)6(7)U1D6535 3 200 200 200 200 200
201 Pilgrim f# 86.86.76.86. Come, all ye mourning pilgrims dear 54311345 3 201 201 201 201 201
202 New Lebanon E 88.88.88. Great God, the heavens' well-ordered frame 53565U1(D7)65 4 202 202 202 202 202
203 Florida e S.M. Let sinners take their course 531D7U15 4 203 203 203 203 203
204 Mission G L.M.D. Young people, all attention give 13(2)11(D6)5U113 3 204 204 204 204 204
205 Pleasant Hill E C.M.D. Religion is the chief concern 1333(2)3553 4 205 205 205 205 205
206 Consolation New a 886.886. Come on, my partners in distress 5U11D7(6)5U332(1) 3 206 206 206 206
207 Louisiana B 87.87.D. Come, little children, now we may 55(6)U121(2)332(1) 3 207 207 207 207 207
208 The Turtle Dove D L.M.D. Hark! don't you hear the turtle dove 56(5)45(6)7U1D54 3 208 208 208 208
209 Evening Shade e S.M. The day is past and gone 13(45)7U1D7U1 3 209 209 209 209 209
210 Lena f# 887.887. See the Lord of glory dying 12323455 3 210 210 210 210 210
211 Whitestown e L.M.D. Where nothing dwelt but beasts of prey 15555(6)754 4 211 211 211 211 211
212 Sharon D 668.668. How pleasant tis to see 1D5U1D7U12 3 212 212 212 212 212
213 The Good Old Way F 87.87.D. Lift up your heads, Immanuel's friends 1322(1)1322(1) 3 213 213 213a 213a 213a
214 Repentance f# C.M.D. O, if my soul was formed for woe 5U11D753(54)32 3 214 214 214 214 214
215 New Topia e C.M.D. Young people all, attention give 15555(4)755 4 215 215 215 215 215
216 Delight e 66.66.88. No burning heats by day 1D543(2)14 4 216 216 216 216 216
217 Ballstown F L.M. Great God, attend while Zion sings 5555(3)121(2)3 4 217 217 217 217 217
218 Mount Pleasant F C.M. There is a house not made with hands 13323(4)565 4 218 218 218 218 218
220 Mount Zion C S.M.D. The hill of Zion yields 5U12335(321) 3 220 220 220 220 220
222 Ocean F C.M.D. Thy works of glory, mighty Lord 55(6543)5U111D7(6)5 4 222 222 222 222 222
223 Portuguese Hymn A 11 11 11.77 10. Hither, ye faithful, haste with songs of triumph 1D5U12D5U1D7U121D7 3 223 223 223 223 223
224 The Saints Bound for Heaven B 12 9.67.13 10. Our bondage it shall end, by and by, by and by 3(2)3111D6(5)6U12232 3 224 224 489
225 Christmas Anthem G Anthem O how charming 13(4)554533(2) 3 225 225 225 225 225
227 Ode of Life's Journey A SetPiece I began life's journey when young 12321D5U11 3 227 227 227 227 227
228 Masonic Ode D Anthem Sacred to heaven, behold the dome appears 555U11D6677U1 3 228 228 228 228
232 Baptismal Anthem B Anthem In those days came John the Baptist 55U112231 3 232 232 232 232 232
234 Reverential Anthem C Anthem Give unto the Lord the glory 12345(6)5434 3 234 234 234 234 234
235 Easter Anthem A Anthem The Lord is risen indeed 1D5(67)51(D7U1)23(21) 4 235 235 235 235 236
239 David's Lamentation a Anthem David the King was grieved and moved 112323235(3)1 4 239 239 239 239 268
240 Christian Song d SetPiece Mine eyes are now closing to rest 5U1D7U1(2)3132 3 240 240 240 240 240
242 Ode on Science G SetPiece The morning sun shines from the east 1D5(3)2(1)266(56)7U1 3 242 242 242 242 242
245 Claremont a Anthem Vital spark of heavenly flame 5555777 4 245 245 245 245 245
250 Heavenly Vision G Anthem I beheld, and lo, a great multitude 1234543222 4 250 250 250 250 250
254 Rose of Sharon A Anthem I am the rose of Sharon 5U121231 4 254 254 254 254 254
260 Farewell Anthem a Anthem My friends, I am going a long and tedious journey 15554435U1(2)3(2)1D5 4 260 260 260 260 260

TABLE 2. COMPOSERS AND AUTHORS OF 1844 EDITION

Works at CPDL.org are linked by the Composer's name.

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Page Title Composer, Year Lyricist, Year Notes
27 Bethel Anonymous, 1841 William Cowper, 1779
28a Aylesbury John Chetham, 1717 Isaac Watts, 1717
28b Wells Israel Holdroyd, 1722 Isaac Watts, 1709
29a Fairfield Hitchcock, 1791 Edmund Jones, 1787
29b Tribulation Amzi Chapin, 1813 Isaac Watts, 1707 Possibly by Amzi Chapin.
30a Rochester Israel Holdroyd, 1722 Isaac Watts, 1707
30b Prospect Graham, 1835 Isaac Watts, 1707
31a Ninety-Third Psalm Jeremiah Ingalls, 1805 Philip Doddridge, 1755 Music as arranged by Lucius Chapin, 1812.
31b Webster Ananias Davisson, 1820 Isaac Watts, 1707 Music as arranged in Christian Harmony, 1835.
32a Corinth John Massengale, 1844 Joseph Grigg, 1765
32b Peterborough Anonymous, 1803 John Newton, 1779
33a Weeping Savior Elisha J. King, 1844 Benjamin Beddome, 1787
33b Abbeville Jeremiah Ingalls, 1805 Benjamin Beddome, 1800 Music arranged by E. J. King, 1844, based on arrangement by Chapin, 1813.
34a Hamilton B. F. White, 1844 Anonymous, ante 1800
34b Bleeding Savior Z. Chambless, 1844 Isaac Watts, 1707
35 Augusta Thomas W. Carter, 1844 Isaac Watts, 1717
36a America Truman S. Wetmore, 1798 Isaac Watts, 1719
36b Ninety-Fifth Anonymous, 1800 Isaac Watts, 1707 Attributed to Colton or Chapin.
37a China Timothy Swan, 1801 Isaac Watts, 1707
37b Liverpool Boyd, 1818 Anonymous, 1803 Music arranged by M. C. H. Davis in Southern Harmony, 1835
38a Winter Daniel Read, 1785 Isaac Watts, 1719
38b Windham Daniel Read, 1785 Isaac Watts, 1709
39a Detroit Anonymous, 1820 Philip Doddridge, 1755 As arranged by William Bradshaw in 1820.
39b Watchman James Leach, 1794 Charles Wesley, 1762
40 Lenox Lewis Edson, 1782 Charles Wesley, 1750
41 Invitation Anonymous, 1793 Edmund Jones, 1787
42 Clamanda Anonymous, 1820 Anonymous, 1806 Tune based on an eighteenth-century song.
43 Primrose Hill Stephen Jenks, 1806 Isaac Watts, 1707 Tune as arranged in The Sacred Harp, 1844; also in Southern Harmony, 1840
44 The Converted Thief William Moore, 1825 Samuel Stennett, 1787
45a New Britain Anonymous, 1829 John Newton, 1779 Tune as arranged in Walker, Southern Harmony, 1835.
45b Supplication Lucius Chapin, 1810 Isaac Watts, 1717
46a Dublin William Smith, 1698 Isaac Watts, 1717
46b Hanover William Walker, 1835 Edmund Jones, 1787
47a Primrose Amzi Chapin, 1812 Isaac Watts, 1707
47b Idumea Ananias Davisson, 1816 Charles Wesley, 1763
48a Devotion Alexander Johnson, 1818 Isaac Watts, 1719
48b Kedron Amos Pilsbury, 1799 Charles Wesley, 1762
49a Old Hundred Louis Bourgeois, 1551 Nahum Tate and Nicholas Brady, 1698
49b Mear Anonymous, 1720 Isaac Watts, 1719
50a Consolation Lucius Chapin, 1812 Isaac Watts, 1707
50b Distress Anonymous, 1835 Anne Steele, 1760
51 Tennessee Chapin, 1825 John Newton, 1779
52a Albion Robert Boyd, 1816 Isaac Watts, 1707
52b Charlestown Amos Pilsbury, 1799 John Newton, 1779
53 Jerusalem William Moore, 1820 John Cennick, 1743 Tune as arranged by William Walker, Southern Harmony, 1835
54a Georgia Anonymous, 1786 Isaac Watts, 1707
54b Imandra New Anonymous, 1835 Anonymous, 1807
55a Paris William Billings, 1779 Isaac Watts, 1717
55b Vernon Jeremiah Ingalls, 1805 Charles Wesley, 1742 Tune as arranged by Lucius Chapin, 1813.
56 Salem Anonymous, 1835 John Newton, 1779
57 Christian Soldier James P. Carrell, 1821 Isaac Watts, 1724
58 Pisgah James C. Lowry, 1817 Richard Burnham, 1783 Second treble from Alexander Johnson, Tennessee Harmony, 1818.
59 Holy Manna William Moore, 1825 George Askins, 1817
60 Portugal Thomas Thorley, 1778 Isaac Watts, 1717
61 Sweet Rivers William Moore, 1825 John A. Granade, 1804
62 Parting Hand Jeremiah Ingalls, 1805 Anonymous, 1820 Tune as arranged by William Walker in Southern Harmony, 1835.
63 Coronation Oliver Holden, 1793 Edward Perronet, 1779
64 Nashville Alexander Johnson, 1821 Anonymous, 1803
65 Sweet Prospect Anonymous, 1835 Samuel Stennett, 1787
66 Kingwood R. D. Humphreys, 1820 Thomas Greene, 1780 From a song or dance tune
67 Columbus Anonymous, 1835 Anonymous, ante 1810
68a Salem Stephen Bovelle, 1817 Isaac Watts, 1709 Words amend. Martin Madan, 1760
68b Middlebury Anonymous, 1835 Charles Wesley, 1767
69 Minister's Farewell Anonymous, ante 1813 Joshua Smith, 1797 Words revised in Hymns and Spiritual Songs, 1803
70 Rhode Island Amos Pilsbury, 1799 Charles Wesley, 1747
71 Leander Anonymous, 1818 Isaac Watts, 1707
72a The Weary Souls Anonymous, ante 1844 John A. Granade, 1804 Arranged by J. T. White in 1844
72b Bellevue Anonymous, 1832 K., 1787 Arranged by Z. Chambliss, 1844
73a Cusseta John Massengale, 1844 Isaac Watts, 1718
73b Arlington Thomas Arne, 1762 Isaac Watts, 1707 Arramged by Ralph Harrison, 1784
74a The Enquirer Benjamin F. White, 1844 Isaac Watts, 1707
74b King of Peace Anonymous, 1831 John Newton, 1779 Arranged by F. Price, 1835
75 Paradise Anonymous, 1811 Isaac Watts, 1707
76a Holiness Elisha J. King, 1844 John Cennick, ante 1755
76b Desire for Piety Benjamin F. White, 1844 Anonymous, ante 1811
77a The Child of Grace Amos Pilsbury, 1799 Charles Wesley, 1759 Arranged by James Carrell 1821, as Pilgrim; re-arranged by Elisha J. King, 1844
77b Talbotton Elisha J. King, 1844 William Cowper, 1768
78 The Hebrew Children Anonymous, ante 1844 Anonymous, 1844 Arranged by B. F. White, 1844
79 The Old Ship of Zion Thomas W. Carter, 1844 Anonymous, ante 1837
80a Shouting Song Benjamin F. White, 1844 Anonymous, ante 1793
80b Service of the Lord Elisha J. King, 1844 Anonymous, ante 1801
81a Beach Spring Benjamin F. White, 1844 Joseph Hart, 1759
81b Cookham Anonymous, 1754 Charles Wesley, 1739 Words altered by George Whitefield, 1753
82a Bound for Canaan Elisha J. King, 1844 John Leland, 1793
82b Edgefield Anonymous, 1804 John Newton, 1779
83a Vale of Sorrow Benjamin F. White, 1844 Anonymous, ante 1814
83b Harris Jesse T. White, 1844 John Newton, 1779
84 Mountville Anonymous, ante 1830 Anonymous, ante 1830
85 The Morning Trumpet Benjamin F. White, 1844 John Leland, 1793
86 Little Children Thomas W. Carter, 1844 Anonymous, 1835
87 Sweet Canaan Anonymous, ante 1842 Anonymous, ante 1807 Arranged by Elisha J. King, 1844.
88a Done with the World Benjamin F. White, 1844 John Cennick, 1743
88b Mount Zion John Massengale, 1844 Charles Wesley, 1740
89 The Church's Desolation Jeremiah Ingalls, 1805 Anonymous, 1810 Attanged by J. T. White, 1844
90 Look Out Benjamin F. White, 1844 Anonymous, 1805
91 Church Triumphant Thomas W. Carter, 1844 Charles Wesley, 1745
92 Burk Benjamin F. White, 1844 John P. Campbell, ante 1815
93 Frozen Heart Anonymous, ante 1820 Joseph Hart, 1762 Words greatly altered
94 Oak Bowery Thomas W. Carter, 1844 Charles Wesley, 1741
95 Aithlone Heinrich Isaac, 1744 Augustus Toplady, 1759
96 Happy Matches Crane, 1788 Anonymous, 1774 Music arranged by Benjamin F. White and Elisha J. King, 1834
97 Will You Go? Benjamin F. White, 1844 Selina, Countess of Huntingdon, 1772
98 Dull Care Anonymous, ante 1825 Anonymous, ante 1806 Music arranged bt Elisha J. King, 1844. Words adapted from a secular song
99 Gospel Trumpet Amos Pilsbury, 1799 Anonymous, ante 1790
100 The Bower of Prayer Anonymous, ante 1835 John Osborn, circa 1815 Music arranged by Elisha J. King, from a song tune
101a Canaan's Land Elisha J. King, 1844 Anonymous, ante 1811
101b Holy City Benjamin F. White, 1844 Anonymous, ante 1807
102 Fulfillment Elisha J. King, 1844 John A. Granade, 1804
103 Animation Anonymous, 1844 Charles Wesley, 1759
104 The Lovely Story Ananias Davisson, 1826 Anonymous, ante 1810
105a Redemption Leonard P. Breedlove, 1844 Anonymous, ante 1793
105b Turn, Sinner, Turn Anonymous, ante 1820 Anonymous, ante 1811 Arranged by Elisha J. King, 1844
106 Ecstasy Thomas W. Carter, 1844 John Leland, 1793
107 Pleasant Grove Jesse T. White, 1844 James Montgomery, 1825
108 Night Watchman Jacob French, 1802 John Bowring, 1825 Arranged by Thomas W. Carter, 1844
109 Carnsville Elisha J. King, 1844 Anonymous, ante 1840
110 Mount Vernon Stephen Jenks, 1799 Anonymous, 1799 Words attributed to Theodore Dwight
111 Concord Thomas W. Carter, 1844 Anonymous, ante 1844
112 Sandtown Thomas W. Carter, 1844 Anonymous, 1834
113 The Prodigal Son Anonymous, ante 1830 John Newton, 1779 Music arranged by Elisha J. King
114a Suffield Anonymous, ante 1835 Isaac Watts, 1719
114b The Midnight Cry Anonymous, 1835 Anonymous, 1834
115 Creation Zechariah Chambless, 1844 Anonymous, ante 1820
116 Union Elisha J. King, 1844 Anonymous, ante 1815
117 Jordan's Shore Jesse T. White, 1844 Samuel Stennett, 1787
118 Ball Hill J. W. Davis, 1844 Robert Robinson, 1759
119 The Many Wants Jesse T. White, 1844 Anonymous, ante 1829
120 Lumpkin Jesse T. White, 1844 John Newton, 1779
121 Florence William Caldwell, 1837 Philip Doddridge, 1755 Stanza 2 is by John Granade, 1804
122 All Is Well Anonymous, ante 1842 Anonymous, ante 1836 Arrnged by Jesse T. White, 1844
123a The Dying Christian William Caldwell, 1837 Benjamin Francis, 1795
123b Cross of Christ Leonard P. Breedlove, 1844 Anonymous, 1835 Stanza 2 of words by Reginald Heber, 1827
124 Irwinton Anonymous, 1828 Anonymous, 1759 Arranged by Thomas W. Carter, 1844
125 Expression Anonymous, ante 1840 Caleb J. Taylor, 1804 Arranged in The Sacred Harp, 1844
126 Babel's Streams Stephen Jenks, 1811 Scottish Psalter, 1635 Stanza 2 perhaps by Stephen Jenks
127 Green Fields Samuel Metcalf, 1818 John Newton, 1779 Tune from a folk melody. Written in 2 parts by Metcalf, arranged to 4 parts by Allen Carden in Missouri Harmony, 1820
128 The Promised Land Matilda T. Durham, 1835 Samuel Stennett, 1787
129 Heavenly Armor William Walker, 1835 John Leland, 1793
130 Millenium William Walker, 1835 Anonymous, ante 1818
131a Messiah James P. Carrell, 1821 Samuel Stennett, 1787
131b Invocation William Walker, 1835 Robert Seagrave, 1742
132 Exultation R. D. Humphreys, 1820 Charles Wesley, 1767 Words written by Charles Wesley for his wife, Sarah's birthday
133 Missionary Hymn Lowell Mason, 1823 Reginald Heber, 1819
134 The Christian's Hope William Walker, 1835 Anonymous, ante 1825
135 Olney Alexander Johnson, 1818 Robert Robinson, 1758 Counter (Alto) by William Boyd, 1818. Stanza 3 by Martin Madan, 1760
136 Morality Anonymous, 1813 Hannah More, 1762 From a folk song tune
137 Liberty Stephen Jenks, 1800 Anonymous, 1800 Words "perhaps by Stephen Jenks" (Steel)
138 Solitude in the Grove Ananias Davisson, 1817 Isaac Watts, 1717
139 Elysian James P. Carrell, 1821 Richard Kempenfelt, 1777
140 Sweet Solitude Anonymous, 1835 Hannah More, 1762 Arranged from a folk song tune
141 Complainer William Walker, 1835 Anonymous, 1835
142 Stratfield Ezra Goff, 1786 Isaac Watts, 1719
143 Pleyel's Hymn Second Ignaz Pleyel, 1786 Helen Williams, 1790 Arranged by Costellow, ca. 1801
144 Jubilee Anonymous, 1820 Anonymous, ante 1801
145a Warrenton Anonymous, 1822 Robert Robinson, 1758 Treble by William Walker, 1837. Stanza 3 by Martin Madan, 1769
145b Sweet Affliction Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 1752 Samuel Pearce, 1800 Arranged by J. B. Cramer 1820, Lowell Mason 1823, and in Walker's Southern Harmony, 1840
146 Hallelujah William Walker, 1835 Charles Wesley, 1759
147 Washington Reubin Monday, 1813 Zerubbabel Wyvill, 1802 Arranged in Davisson, Supplement to the Kentucky Harmony, 1829
148 Jefferson Alexander Johnson, 1818 John Newton, 1779
149 The Trumpet J. Williams, 1831 Henry Milman, 1827 Treble by William Walker, 1835
150 The Spiritual Sailor I. Neighbours, 1835 Anonymous, ante 1810
151 Symphony Justin Morgan, 1790 Isaac Watts, 1719
152 Bruce's Address Anonymous Anonymous Tune 17th-cent. Scottish ballad, arr. William Walker 1835. From a poem by Robert Burns,, adapt. by Jared Waterbury before 1831
153 Salutation Anonymous, ante 1800 Anonymous, ante 1810 Tune from English folk song, arranged by William Walker, 1835.
154 The Saints' Delight Frederick Price, 1835 Isaac Watts, 1707
155 Northfield Jeremiah Ingalls, 1800 Isaac Watts, 1707
156 The Pilgrim's Lot William A. Grambling, 1835 Charles Wesley, 1747
157 Essay Alexander C. Clark, 1835 Anonymous, ante 1820 From a Scots folk song tune
158 Funeral Thought William Caldwell, 1837 Reginald Heber, 1818
159 Wondrous Love James Christopher, 1840 Anonymous, ante 1811
160a War Department Anonymous, 1835 Anonymous, 1801
160b Marysville Ananias Davisson, 1817 John Cennick, 1740
161 Sweet Home Henry Bishop, 1823 David Denham, 1837 Arranged in Southern Harmony, 1840
162 Plenary Anonymous Isaac Watts, 1707 Arranged by A. C. Clark, 1839
163 Morning Amos Pilsbury, 1799 Isaac Watts, 1709 Words altered by Martin Madan, 1760
164 Duane Street George Coles, 1835 James Montgomery, 1826 Treble by Jesse T. White
165 Family Bible James C. Lowry, 1829 Anonymous, 1818 Arranged by William Caldwell, 1837. Words parody of Samuel Woodworth, The Old Oaken Bucket
166 Joyful Anonymous, 1842 Isaac Watts, 1724 Arranged by Benjamin F. White, 1844. Treble by Elisha J. King
168 Cowper Oliver Holden, 1803 William Cowper, 1779 Second stanza by Ann Taylor, 1808
169 Dartmouth Stephen Jenks, 1803 Isaac Watts, 1719
170 Exhilaration Thomas W. Carter, 1844 Nahum Tate and Nicholas Brady, 1698 Words altered by unknown author before 1801
171 Exhortation Hibbard, 1796 Isaac Watts, 1719
172 Harmony Abner Ellis, 1805 John Ogilvie, 1762
173 Phoebus William Billings, 1770 Isaac Watts, 1719
174 Petersburg William Billings, 1786 Isaac Watts, 1707
175 Star in the East Anonymous, ante 1832 Reginald Heber, 1811 Arranged by William Walker, 1835. Words altered by unknown author before 1832
176 The Goodly Land Jesse T. White, 1844 Thomas Olivers, ante 1799
177 Banquet of Mercy Thomas W. Carter, 1844 David Denham, 1837
178 Hosanna Amariah Hall, 1811 Joshua King, 1830
179 The Christian Warfare Anonymous, 1835 Anonymous, 1835
180 Vermont William Billings, 1778 Isaac Watts, 1707
181 Exit P. Sherman, 1808 Isaac Watts, 1719
182 Newburgh Amos Munson, 1798 Isaac Watts, 1719
183 Greenwich Daniel Read, 1786 Isaac Watts, 1719 Revised by Daniel Read in 1804
184 Enfield Solomon Chandler, 1785 Elizabeth Rowe, 1739
185 Pilgrim's Farewell Jacob French, 1793 Anonymous, 1793 Revised by Jacob French in 1802-1803
186 Sherburne Daniel Read, 1785 Nahum Tate, 1702
187 Protection P. Sherman, 1808 Isaac Watts, 1719
188 Spring Anonymous, 1818 Charles Wesley, 1762
189 Montgomery Justin Morgan, 1790 Isaac Watts, 1717
191 Virginia Olieer Brownson, 1782 Isaac Watts, 1719
192 Schenectady Nehemiah Shumway, 1805 Isaac Watts, 1717
193 Huntington Justin Morgan, 1790 Isaac Watts, 1717
195 Worcester Abraham Wood, 1778 Isaac Watts, 1707
196 Alabama Alexander Johnson, 1818 Anonymous, 1835 Tune arranged on The Sacred Harp; Counter by William Walker, 1835
198 Star of Columbia
200 Edom Elisha West, 1797 Isaac Watts, 1717
201 Pilgrim Jeremiah Ingalls, 1805 John Granade, 1804 Arranged by Allen Carden, 1820
202 New Lebanon P. Sherman, 1808 Isaac Watts, 1717
203 Florida Truman Wetmore, 1803 Isaac Watts, 1717
204 Mission Ananias Davisson, 1826 Anonymous, bef 1816 Tune arranged by Andrew Grambling, 1835
205 Pleasant Hill William Nicholson, 1820 John Fawcett, 1782
206 Consolation New
207 Louisiana William Walker, 1835 Anonymous, 1835
208 The Turtle Dove
209 Evening Shade Stephen Jenks, 1805 John Leland, 1790
210 Lena Daniel Belknap, 1794 Joseph Hart, 1759
211 Whitestown Howd, 1800 Isaac Watts, 1719
212 Sharon Elisha West, 1793 Isaac Watts, 1719
213 The Good Old Way William Walker, 1835 Anonymous, bef 1805
214 Repentance J. H. Rollo, 1796 Isaac Watts, 1707
215 New Topia
216 Delight
217 Ballstown
218 Mount Pleasant
220 Mount Zion
222 Ocean
223 Portuguese Hymn
224 The Saints Bound for Heaven
225 Christmas Anthem
227 Ode of Life's Journey
228 Masonic Ode
232 Baptismal Anthem Benjamin F. White, 1844 Bible
234 Reverential Anthem Elisha J. King, 1844 Bible
235 Easter Anthem William Billings, 1787 Bible; William Young, 1742
239 David's Lamentation William Billings, 1778 Bible
240 Christian Song Jeremiah Ingalls, 1805 Abner Reed, 1797
242 Ode on Science Jazaniah Sumner, 1803 Jazaniah Sumner, 1798
245 Claremont Samuel Temple and David Merrill, 1799 Alexander Pope, 1736
250 Heavenly Vision Jacob French, 1786 Bible
254 Rose of Sharon William Billings, 1778 Bible
260 Farewell Anthem Jacob French, 1789 Anonymous, 1789 Words apparently first printed in The New American Melody, 1789

Works at CPDL

Title Composer Arranger Year Lyricist First Line Meter
Albion Robert Boyd 1816 Isaac Watts Come, ye that love the Lord 66. 86 (S.M.)
Baldwin William Hauser 1848 Charles Wesley And let our bodies part 66. 86 (S.M.)
Bartimeus Amos Pilsbury William Hauser 1799 John Newton Mercy, O thou son of David 87. 87. D
Bruce's Address Anonymous William Hauser 1835 Jared Waterbury Soldiers of the cross, arise / Lo, your leader 77. 76. D
Bruce's Address Deodatus Dutton

William Walker

1835 Anonymous Soldiers of the cross, arise / Lo, your Captain 77. 75. D
Charleston Amos Pilsbury 1799 Robert Robinson Come, thou fount of every blessing 87. 87
Christian Song Jeremiah Ingalls 1805 Abner Reed Mine eyes are now closing to rest
Christian Warfare Anonymous Deodatus Dutton 1830 Anonymous Soldiers of the cross, arise / Lo, your Captain 77. 75. D
Complainer William Walker 1835 Anonymous I am a great complainer 76. 76. D
Consolation Anonymous Ananias Davisson

William Walker

1813 Charles Wesley Come on, my partners in distress 886. 886
Dover Amos Pilsbury 1799 Charles Wesley And let this feeble body fail 86. 86. D (C.M.D.)
Jerusalem William Walker 1835 John Cennick Jesus, my all, to heaven is gone 88. 88 (L.M.) with refrain
Kedron Amos Pilsbury 1799 Charles Wesley Thou man of griefs, remember me 88. 88 (L.M.)
Kedron Amos Pilsbury William Hauser 1878 Charles Wesley Thou man of griefs, remember me 88. 88. D (L.M.D.)
Louisiana William Walker 1835 Anonymous Come, little children, now we may 87. 87. D
Morning Amos Pilsbury 1799 Isaac Watts He dies! the friend of sinners dies 88. 88 (L.M.)
Ninety-Fifth Lucius Chapin 1813 Isaac Watts When I can read my title clear 86. 86 (C.M.)
O for a thousand tongues to sing Joseph Knapicius 2019 Charles Wesley 86. 86 (C.M.)
Olney Alexander Johnson 1818 Robert Robinson Come, thou fount of every blessing 87. 87. D
Parting Hand William Walker 1835 Anonymous My Christian friends in bonds of love 88. 88 (L.M.)
Psalm 100 Israel Holdroyd 1722 William Kethe All people that on earth do dwell
Psalm 34 Israel Holdroyd 1722 Thomas Sternhold I will give laud and honor both 86. 86 (C.M.)
Rochester Israel Holdroyd Ananias Davisson 1816 Isaac Watts Come, children, learn to fear the Lord 86. 86 (C.M.)
Sweet Prospect William Walker 1835 Samuel Stennett On Jordan's stormy banks I stand 86. 86 (C.M.)
Sweet Rivers William Moore 1825 John Granade Sweet rivers of redeeming love 86. 86. D (C.M.D.)
The Christian's Hope William Walker 1835 Anonymous A few more days on earth to spend 88. 86. 88. 86
The Converted Thief William Walker 1835 Samuel Stennett As on the cross the Savior hung 86. 86. D (C.M.D.)
The Good Old Way William Walker 1835 Anonymous Lift up your hearts, Immanuel's friends
Thirtieth Amzi Chapin 1813 Charles Wesley And am I born to die 66. 86 (S.M.)
Tranquility Jeremiah Ingalls 1805 Susanna Harrison Away, my doubts, be gone, my fears 88. 88 (L.M.)
Washington Reubin Monday 1818 Joseph Hart Dismiss us with thy blessing, Lord 88. 88 (L.M.)
Wesley William Moore 1810 Isaac Watts With inward pain my heart-strings sound 86. 86 (C.M.)
Wondrous Love James Christopher 1840 Anonymous What wondrous love is this 66. 63. 66. 66. 63