Harmonic Primer (Google eBook)

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American book Company, 1903 - Harmony - 128 pages
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Page 125 - tis of thee, Sweet land of lib - er - ty, 2. My na - live coun - try, thee Land of the no - ble free 3. Let mu - sic swell the breeze, And ring from all the trees, 4. Our fa - thers...
Page 125 - ry moun - tain side Let free - dom ring ! tem -pled hills: My heart with rap - ture thrills Like that a - bove. breathe par-take; Let rocks their si - lence break, The sound pro- long, ho - ly light; Pro - tect us by thy might, Great God, our King! \ Qn ir~ 1 П F 1 Г J 1 H f* i 1 /T^ti \ КПГ4 a J -- ===r-: i -^= Ц 7 J ] 1 . My coun 2.
Page 43 - THERE WAS A MAN IN OUR TOWN. There was a man in our town, And he was wondrous wise ; He jumped into a bramble bush, And scratched out both his eyes : And when he saw his eyes were out, With all his might and main He jumped into another bush, And scratched them in again.
Page 83 - Its an - cient splen-dors fling, 4The world in sol - emn still - ness lay To hear the an- gels sing. And ev - er o'er its Ba - bel sounds The bless - ed an- gels sing. 0 rest be -side the wea - ry road, And hear the an - gels sing.
Page 126 - Him, an - gels, in the height; 2. Praise the Lord, for He is glo-rious; Nev - er shall His prom -ise fail: Sun and moon, re - joice be - fore Him ; Praise Him, all ye stars and light.
Page 40 - I see the moon, The moon sees me ; God bless the moon, And God bless me ; Grace in the kitchen And grace in the hall, The grace of God above ns all.
Page 53 - K I saw a ship a - sail - ing, A - sail - ing on the sea, And oh, it was all la - den With pret - ty things for thee.
Page 56 - Raise the song of har-vest home: 2. All the world is God's own field, Fruit un-to His praise to yield; r CTT All is safe - ly gathered in Ere the win - ter storms be - gin.
Page 36 - And make it still my chief de - light To love Thee while I live. Winning and Losing. VT " jt Q ~^j /^ <]~ Words by DINAH MARIA MULOCK. aj 1 1 = fn\ O j 1. "Peace on earth and mer - cy mild,
Page 44 - ... and white, And closely wrapped in green, And tassels hang from every ear, Which children love to glean. But when the tassels fade away The fruit is ripe and old ; It peeps from out the wrapping dry, Like beads of yellow gold. The fruit, when young, we boil and roast, When old, we grind it well. Now, think of all the plants you know, And try its name to tell.

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