A Twelfth Set of Psalm and Hymn Tunes (Thomas Clark)

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Thomas Clark's A Twelfth Set of Psalm and Hymn Tunes with a Select Piece is not dated, but the British Library catalogue notes that the copy at shelfmark A.1233.y.(3.) has a watermark date of 1821. The imprint of the book reads 'LONDON. Printed for John Whitaker & Co 75 St Pauls Church Yard.'.

Publication date and place: 1821 by John Whitaker in London

Description of contents

The collection consists of 42 metrical psalm or hymn tunes followed by a set-piece (a through-composed setting of a metrical text).

The music is laid out in full score with the soprano air next to the bass. The treble clef is used for soprano, alto, and tenor parts, with both the alto and tenor parts notated an octave above sounding pitch. The vocal bass part is figured, and in some places, additional instrumental notes are given on the voice staves.

List of works

Pages Description Text
011 KEDAR. C.M. Hymn 318. Dobell. Sing to the Lord in joyful strains
022 CONTEMPLATION. C.M. Hymn 65. Dobell. Look round, O man, survey this globe
033 VANITY. C.M. Hymn 466. Dobell. Our life is but an idle play
044 BRUNSWICK. C.M. Hymn 372. Dobell. The weary traveller lost in night
055 VIENNA. C.M. Herbert's Hymns Vol: 1. Page 13. O could I lift this heart of mine
066 PALESTINE. C.M. Hymn 724. Dr Collyer. While beauty clothes the fertile vale
077 ECHO. C.M. Hymn 315. Dobell. Awake, ye saints, each tuneful string
088-9 STANTON. C.M. Hymn 33. Deacon. My soul, let all thy nobler powers
099 ELMORE. C.M. Hymn 14. Dr Doddridge. Sovereign of nature, all is thine
1010-11 STOCKHOLM. C.M. Hymn 203. Dr Doddridge. Hark the glad sound, the Saviour comes
1111 SIENNA. C.M. Hymn 253. Dobell. A glory gilds the sacred page
1212-13 BOZRAH. C.M.D. Hymn 28. Book 1. Dr Watts. What mighty man or mighty God
1314 CREATION. L.M. Hymn 27. Dr Rippon. Look up, ye saints, direct your eyes
1415 ACRISE. L.M. Psalm 40. Dr Watts. The wonders, Lord, thy love has wrought
1516 BELGRADE. L.M. Hymn 134. Book 1. Dr Watts. Had I the tongues of Greeks and Jews
1617 ELEHAM. L.M. Hymn 39. Dr Collyer. With what delight, great God, I trace
1718 CALVARY. L.M. Hymn 137. Dr Rippon. Stretched on the cross the Saviour dies
1819 STALISFIELD. L.M. Hymn 425. Wesley. The voice that speaks Jehovah near
1920 ADVICE. L.M. Hymn 91. Book 1. Dr Watts. Now in the heat of youthful blood
2021 CHART. L.M. Hymn 310. Dr Doddridge. Lord of the Sabbath, hear our vows
2122 CARSHALTON. L.M. Hymn 266. Dr Doddridge. My God, assist me while I raise
2223 BRABANT. L.M. Hymn 168. Book 2. Dr Watts. Jehovah reigns, his throne is high
2324 WISDOM. L.M. Hymn 91. Benson. I ask not wealth, nor pomp, nor power
2425 PERSECUTION. L.M. Hymn 647. Deacon. Absurd and vain attempt to bind
2526 BONNINGTON. S.M. Hymn 83. Dobell. While God my Father's near
2627 LYDDEN. S.M. Hymn 127. Dobell. The prince of peace is come
2728-29 BETHELSDORP. S.M. Hymn 141. Book 1. Dr Watts. Who has believed thy word
2829 COMMUNION. S.M. Hymn 2. Book 3. Dr Watts. Jesus invites his saints
2930 SOUTHFLEET. C.M. Hymn 62. Dr Doddridge. With pity, Lord, thy servant view
3030-31 CLAREMONT. P.M. Hymn 145. Dobell. One there is above all others
3132 HARRINGE. C.M. Hymn 70. Dr Collyer. Some seraph, lend your heavenly tongue
3232-33 BROMFIELD. P.M. Hymn 273. Dobell. Seek we pure and lasting joy
3334 WESTON. S.M. Hymn 98. Book 1. Dr Watts. How heavy is the night
3434-35 BARMING. P.M. Hymn 221. Wesley. Meet and right it is to sing
3536 OFFHAM. P.M. Hymn 555. Wesley. Come, desire of nations, come
3637 DIMCHURCH. P.M. Hymn 142. Dr Rippon. Angel, roll the rock away
3738 MARDEN. P.M. Hymn 537. Dr Collyer. My soul praise the Lord, speak good of his name
3839 GUIDANCE. P.M. Hymn 57. Dobell. The Lord is my shepherd, my guardian and guide
3940 NEWINGATE. P.M. Psalm 84. Dr Watts. Lord of the worlds above
4041 WARMINSTER. P.M. Herbert's Hymns Vol: 1. Page 30. Alas, what is this world
4142 ANTWERP. P.M. Hymn 577. Dr Rippon. Day of judgment, day of wonders
4243 HAWKHURST. P.M. Hymn 318. Dr Rippon. O my soul, what means this sadness
4344-52 THE CHRISTIAN WARFARE. Hymn 303. Dr Rippon. My Captain sounds th'alarm of war

Works at CPDL

Title Year Page Genre Subgenre Vo. Voices
Had I the tongues of Greeks and Jews 1821 16 Sacred Hymns 4 SATB