The Temperance Melodeon: A Collection of Original Music Written Expressly for this Work, Designed for the Use of Temperance Meetings, Picnic Parties, Social Circles & Choirs
Oliver Ditson, 1844 - Choruses, Sacred (Mixed voices, 4 parts), Unaccompanied - 56 pages
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ACCORDEON Allegretto Allegro Angels sign awake band band,the bless bowl bright BUBBLING SPRING chain cheer CHORUS come,Oh come,Oh come,Oh come,will Crystal Spring CZERNY'S doth drink and human DRUNKARD FOUND earth endless glo-ry FLUTE gave to temp'rance give to temp'rance Glad GLEE BOOK gone,I am gone good,From Roger HAPPY DAY Hark hath Hear heart hope that Christ HOWE'S SCHOOL INSTRUCTOR intemperance join land leads to endless Long,long MELODEON mer-ri-ly mercy's merrily Mod'rate drinker MUSIC night,good night,good night Number O'er PIANO-FORTE Pledg'd pledge praise PRECEPTOR rejoice Respectfully dedicated rill Roger Williams shout Sign the pledge,sign sing Slow and Soft song soul sparkling star stream sway temp'rance cause temp'rance glo temp'rance glory temperance banner thee thou thro Thro'out throne is hurl'd time,The touch not,taste not,handle Twill VIOLIN voice yield to temp'rance
Page 9 - Whose fav'ring mercies so abound ; And let his praises fly abroad, The spacious universe around. 3 His children's prayer he deigns to grant, He stays the progress of the foe ; And temp'rance like a cherish'd plant, Beneath his fost'ring care shall grow.
Page 46 - SHED NOT A TEAR. ANONYMOUS. SHED not a tear o'er your friend's early bier, When I am gone, when I am gone ; Smile if the slow-tolling bell you should hear, When I am gone, I am gone. Weep not for me when you stand round my grave ; Think Who has died his beloved to save, Think of the crown all the ransomed shall have, When I am gone, I am gone.
Page 15 - Reconvert the ransom'd race, Save us, save us, Lord, by grace. 3 Take the purchase of Thy blood, Bring us to a pardoning God; Give us eyes to see our day, Hearts the glorious truth to' obey; 4 Ears to hear the gospel sound ; Grace doth more than sin abound.
Page 58 - It should be known that vials with pellets or powders can be sent to any part of the United States by mail; liquids are forbidden to go through the mails, but can be sent by express.
Page 50 - Let thy devotees extol thee, and thy wondrous virtues sum, But the worst of names I'll call thee, O thou hydra-monster Rum ! Pimple maker, visage bloater, health corrupter, idler's mate, Mischief breeder, vice promoter, credit spoiler, devil's bait.
Page 28 - Sisters, then the foe shall fall ~~ When we take our fathers' seats, Here we pledge us one and all We will drive him from our streets...
Page 29 - God of mercy, hear us plead, For thy help we intercede; See how many bosoms bleed! And heal them speedily. Hasten, Lord, the happy day, When, beneath thy gentle ray, Temp'rance all the world shall sway, And reign triumphantly. — r — r^ — F~t ^-! — — r — P1 — T1 — T^ =5 1 ^-4 — t -I- -!— them wave Lift your ban-ners, let ; On -ward . , . march, a world to save; o L •• «* Nfir...
Page 58 - Do. ABRIDGED. CZERNY'S ONE HUNDRED EASY FIVE-FINGERED EXERCISES. CZERNY'S ONE HUNDRED AND ONE PREPARATORY LESSONS FOR PIANO. CZERNY'S GRAND EXERCISES OF THE SCALE. LOGIER'S FIRST COMPANION AND SEQUEL. CHILD'S FIRST MUSIC BOOK, Or luy Injtnctloni for Plmno.
Page 58 - VIOLIN SCHOOL. HOWE'S CLARIONET INSTRUCTION BOOK. KENDALL'S Do. Do. Do. HOWE'S SCHOOL FOR THE FLUTE. Do. FLUTE WITHOUT A MASTER. Do. ETHIOPIAN FLUTE INSTRUCTOR. BOSTON FLUTE INSTRUCTION BOOK. WRAGG'S FLUTE INSTRUCTOR.
Page 30 - There's a blessing on the wing,Some of want and misery sing; This the simple, solemn strain, This the word of hope, ABSTAIN. ,<,—i±__i % __ __j_L_«»-_|j—1*_|^-3z_:::_Jn.i:_,^_T J j 1 (>. \—l—\ K 1 1— jj-^l —I—| KI 2. Hear your wives, your children plead, Hear the gosple intercede! Helpless drunkards,hither fly! ' Touch not,taste not,