Alternative hymn tunes: arranged primarily as substitutes for those repeated in Hymns ancient and modern, together with others in constant request

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S. Sonnenschein & Co., for the Church Publications Co., 1902 - Hymns, English - 86 pages
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Page 69 - Un - to Thee be glo - ry giv - en, | Ho - ly, Ho -ly, Ho - ly Lord.
Page 55 - The little Levite, kept; And what from Eli's sense was sealed The Lord to Hannah's son revealed.
Page 63 - Brightly gleams our ban - ner, Pointing to the sky, Wav-ing on Christ's soldiers f^^zfapp _nft_ , , I | I __| _j II *" ' ^i -<5> To their home on high. Marching thro' the des - ert, Glad-ly thus we pray, W| | -~-^ | Still with hearts u - nit - ed Sing-ing on our way.
Page 52 - Uiglow & Main Co., owners of copyright 2 Pass me not, O gracious Father, 4 Pass me not, O mighty Spirit, Sinful though my heart may be ; Thou canst make the blind to see ; Thou might'st pass me, but the rather Witnesser of Jesus' merit, Let Thy mercy light on me.
Page 52 - Sing - ing to wel - come the pil - grims of the night. A - men.
Page 55 - When sud-den-ly a voice di - vine Rang thro' the si - lence of the shrine. A - men. ^=^ <^-J 'r-3 Anotlier Version in Vocal Harmony. r = rv • JI -^ •fig? . * >< c?1 .и - ^-^ ^^^
Page 63 - Wav - ing on. Christ's sol - diers To their home on high ! A - men.
Page 63 - Glad . ly thus we pray, Still, with hearts u - ni - ted, Sing - ing on our ( ц JJ Jj-8!

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