A Collection of Psalm and Hymn Tunes: Comprising the Best Compositions in General Use, and Including Many by Eminent English and Foreign Musicians, which are Now, for the First Time, Published in this Country; Harmonized for Four Voices, with an Arrangement for the Organ and Pianoforte: Forming the First Part of the People's Music Book
James Turle, Edward Taylor
G. Virtue, 1844 - Hymns - 236 pages
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Page 25 - Great God! what do I see and hear? The end of things created ! The Judge of mankind doth appear On clouds of glory seated : Beneath His cross I view the day, When heaven and earth shall pass away, And thus prepare to meet him.
Page 109 - Hal - le - lu - Jah! hal - le - lu - jah! Hal - le - lu - jah! A - men!
Page 5 - Operas are known, in their original form, to few only who listen to or join in them m their new connexion, and that unseemly and indecorous associations are, on that account, but rarely engendered. This question, we apprehend, has been settled by the highest authority.* We are enjoined to ' take heed lest by any means this liberty become a stumbling-block to them that are weak.
Page 31 - From the xxxix. Psalm of David. 1 LORD, let me know my term of days, How soon my life will end : The num'rous train of ills disclose, Which this frail state attend. 2 My life, thou know'st, is but a span, A cipher sums my years ; And every man, in best estate, But vanity appears. 3 Man, like a shadow, vainly walks, With fruitless cares oppress'd ; He heaps up wealth, but cannot tell By whom...
Page 85 - Your utmost skill in praise be shown, For him who all the world commands, Who sits upon his righteous throne, And spreads his sway o'er heathen lands.