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LONDON :

PUBLISHED BY THE
CHURCH EXTENSION ASSOCIATION

(Incorporated,)
Paternoster Row, London, E.C., and 14, High Road, Kilburn, N.W.

Printed at the C.E.A. Press, Rudolph Road, Kilburn N.W.

Rev. R. R. Chope; Canon F. A. J. Hervey ; Rev. C. P. Bardsley for tunes by Rev. Canon Bardsley ; Mr. Arthur H. Brown; Rev. E. S. Carter ; Messrs. W. Clowes and Son ; Mr. Croft Hemmons; The Editor of Tune Book used at St. Alban's, Holborn ; The Church of England Temperance Society ; The Editor of Church Bells ; Mr. Burnham Horner ; F. Iliffe, Mus. Doc. Oxon; Rev. E. B. Layard ; Rev. G. M. Mason, M. A. for the use of seven copyright tunes from Church Militant Hymns (Mowbray); Messrs. Morgan and Scott; Mr. R. S. Newman ; Messrs. James Nisbet and Co.; Proprietors of Hymus A. and M. ; Mr. H. A. Prothero ; Mr. T. Lea Southgate ; Mr. J. Walch ; and to Rev. F. G. Wesley for Aurelia by the late Dr. S. S. Wesley.

Great pains have been taken to trace the owners of copyright tunes, and obtain their permission to print. Should any copyright have been unwittingly infringed, the Editors trust that the error may be pointed out, in order to correct the omission in a future issue.

It is our privilege through the medium of this Preface to express our sincere gratitude to Mr. Henry Smith, Organist at the Children's Eucharist, St. Augustine's, Kilburn, for his untiring energy during the last three years in behalf of this work. We cannot but feel that without his kind, painstaking aid and suggestions we could not have carried it through.

Lastly, we cannot close without recording what we owe to the revered Foundress of the Church Extension Association for her invaluable work in preparing materials for this book. She not only compiled and collated the “Hymns for the Children of the Church," but in the midst of her constant, unwearied labours, found time to form the nucleus of the collection of tunes which has now been completed by other hands.

Easter, 1907.

INDEX

TO

HYMNS · FOR THE CHILDREN OF THE CHURCH.

Tunes marked (*) have been written for this book, or are now published for the first time. They are Copyright, and must not be reprinted without the Composers' permission. Many of the old tunes have been reharmonized, and in some cases rearranged. These arrangements and

harmonies are also copyright.

First LINE OF HYMN.

No.

NAME OF TUNE AND MEASURE.

COMPOSER OR SOURCE.

COD

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Above the waves of earthly strife 299 Again the inorn of gladness

159 All across the sandy desert All glory, laud, and honour All hail, dear Conqueror, all hail! All last night when men were sleeping All things bright and beautiful And now the daily work is o'er Angels, shout your Alleluias

70 Another blessed Sunday

165 Another feast to hallow Another year has now begun

20 Around the Throne of God a band | 117 A sinful child is drawing near As St. Joseph lay asleep

113 As we tread life's pilgrim journey 280 At Thy cradle, Blessed Saviour

30 Before the Father's Throne in heaven 118 Before Thine Altar, Saviour dear 140 Behold the Lamb of God

146 Behold the Mother comes

112 Beside the Cross of Jesus

55 Blessed are the pure in heart

290 Bright are the golden fields

327 Brightest and best of the sons of the morning

24 Brightly gleams our banner

342 Bright Heaven is the prize

296 Bright was the morn with many a

18 sunlit gem Bring them to the Master

329 By water and the Holy Ghost

123 Children of the Heavenly King

287 Christ is our King and Master

211 Christ is rigen, o wondrous vidings

69 Christ led them unto Bethany

82 Christ who once amongst us

213 Come, blessed Paraclete

231 Come, children, lift your voices Come, Holy Ghost, our souls inspire 93 Come, Holy Spirit, come

96 Come, Holy Spirit, Heavenly Dove | 234 Come join the kingly banquet

72 Come let us join our songs to praise 138 Come, oh come to Jesus

273 Come, O Creator Spirit

235 Come ye angels bright from Heaven 9 Creator Spirit, Holy Guest

233

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FIRST LINE OF HYMN.

No.

NAME OF TUNE AND MEASURE.

COMPOSER OR SOURCE.

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Daily, daily, sing the praises

294 * Daily, daily sing the praises. 8787d. Rev. R. Owen. Dark, O Lord, the world would be 186 Moreton. 7777

Arthur Henry Brown. Dark rising in the distant sky 264 Aquilo. D.L.M.

Rev. L. J. T. Darwall. Dear Lord in school to-day 178 *A school pra ver. 6 6 6 6

Henry Smith. Dear Saviour, who hast called us 223 *Oakhill. 76 7 6 D.

W. Young. Do no sinful action 226 *Sturry. 65 65

H. Harford Battley. Do not quarrel, do not chide 224 S. John. 76 76 77

Rev. R. Cecil, 1748-1810. Dread hours that slowly rolled 48 * Dread hours. 668 6 10 10

Alfred Redhead. Early with blush of dawn

78 Story of Resurrection. 6 4 64 J. M. Bentley, Mus. Doc. Evening shalows deepen 188 Evening shadows. P.M.

German. Ever should we raise our eyes

107 Ever should we raise. 78 6 lines Old Melody. Every morning the red sun

302 *Every morning the red sun. 757577 | W. Young. Faithful Christians, come and see 306 S. Wilfrid. P.M.

Rev. Leicester Darwall, 1813-1897. Maithful Shepherd, feed me 237 S. Alban's (289). 6 5 6 5

S. Alban's, Holborn, Tune Book. (Part 1.

(1. George Westbury. Faithful Shepherd of Thine own 156 Part 2. 7 7 7 6

2. Arthur Henry Brown. Part 3.

13. Rev. R. Owen.

| 1.*Faith of our fathers. | 8s 6 lines | 1. C. H. Lloyd, Mus. Doc. Faith of our fathers, living still 201

| 2. S. Alban's (301).

| 2. S. Alban's, Holborn, Tune Book. Far away beyond carth's sadness 304 * Harbury. 8 78 7 7 7 7 7

C. Aston. Far away beyond the clouds 270 Lewes. 78. 6 lines

Old Melody (adapted). Har o'er the Lake of Galilee, 218 Oxford. 886886

W. Boyce, Mus. Doc., 1710-1779. Father, all-loving and all.good 331 Father of all. 898 9

J. M. Bentley, Mus. Doc. Mather, let honour here bed ne 176 * Thanet. C.M.

Harold B. Osmond, F.R.C.O. Father of Lights, our father good 256 * West Hill. 88 6 lines

Charles Shelford.
Father, we consecrate to Thee
177 *S. Mark. C.M.

Charles Shelford.
Father, Who dost Thy children feed 154 Father Who dost Thy children feed. Lutheran.
Fierce was the wild billow

254 * Mendip. 6 4 6 4 D. (8 6 8 688 Henry Smith.
For all the mercies of the day
190! Howden. 8 8 6 8 8 6

Arthur H. Brown. For thirty-three sad years 52 *Holy Cross. 10101010

Alfred Redhead. From Egypt's bondage come 255 Exodus. 668 6 4 7

Rev. Ed. L. Hopkins.
Fiom the Fold of Jesus

240
*Longhope. 6 5 12 lines

Rev. G. C. E. Ryley, Mus. Bac.
Gather them in, gather them in 328 *Harvest Home of the Angels. L.M. Henry Smith.
Gentle Saviour, meck and mild
222 Gentle Saviour. 78 6 lines

Old Melody. Give heed, my heart, lift up thine eyes 21 Give heed, my heart. L.M.

Rev. G. C. E. Ryley, Mus. Bac. Clad I am to think my Angel 119 S, Jude. 8787

Sir J. Barnby, 1938-1996.
God be with us--tender Father
251 God be with us, 8787

German.
God bless the Church of England 200 * The Church of England. 7612 lines Alfred Redhead.
God Wess our school

309 *Cod bless our school. 48884 W. Young
God has given is one more day
181 Dix. 78 6 lines

Kocker. God has said, “For ever blessed ” 252 * Blean. 8787 4 7

Rev. G. C. E. Ryley, Mus. Bac. God of mercy and compassion

Augsberg. 8787 D.

German.
God the Father, Who didst make ane 37 S. Austen. 8787 D.

Moravian.
God, when He made this world 330 *God, when He madethis world. D.C.M. Alfred Redhead.
Golden harps are sounding

Ilermas. 6 5 12 lines

F. R. Havergal, 1836-1879. Gracious words of thee are spoken 202 S. Asaph. 8787 D.

W. S. Bambridge. 11. Upton Pyon.

(1. Canon F. A. J. Hervey. Hail, the Star of Jesus

22
i 2. * Hail the Star. 6 5 6 5

12. E, H, E. A. Happy bells are making

164 Lyndhurst. 6 5 6 5 D.

11. Pilgrims. Hark, hark, my soul, Angelic songs

( 1. Henry Smart, 1812-1879. men songs | 122 2. Pilgrims of the are swelling

11 10 11 10 9 11 12. Old Melody,

night. Hark, ten thousand harps and voices 84 Harps and Voices. 878 77 7 German. Hark, the herald angels sing

11 Christmas Hymn. 7s 10 lines Mendelssohn. laste, haste, our King is calling 285 Herne. P.M.

H. Harford Battley. Ilear Thy children, gentle Jesus 46 S. Mabyn. 8787

Arthur II. Brown.
Hear Thy children, gentle Saviour

185
S. Mabyn. 8787

Arthur H. Brown. lle comes, He comes, the Iloly One

92
Berlin. C.M.

German. lle is coming, He is coming

Woofferton. P.M.

Rev. G. C. E. Ryley, Mus. Bac. Here in Thy presence dread and sweet

134
S. Alban's (210). 886 886

From S. Alban's, Holborn, Tune Book Holy Father, hear Thime own 105 Richmond. 7 7 7 6

Cano · F. A. J. Hervey. lloly Father, through the night 171 *Astwick. 77 77 88

Charles Shelford Holy Ghost, come down upon Thy 95 S. Bartholomew. P.M.

Rev. E. B. Layard. children Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord 102 Hiller. 7 6 lines.

German. Holy Jesus, I have crowned Thee 45 S. Alban's (276). 8787

S. Alban's, Holborn, Tune Rook. Holy Spirit, bless Thy children

Vesper. 878777

Sir J. Stevenson, 1761-1833

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FIRST LINE OF HYMN.

No.

NAME OF TUNE AND MEASURE.

COMPOSER OR SOURCE.

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Holy Spirit, Heavenly Dove
97 Benevento. 777 7 D.

Samuel Webbe, 1740-1816.
Holy Spirit, Thee we pray
135 * Broughton. 7777

Rev. C. W. Bardsley. Home Eternal, Home Divine 346 *S. Agatha. 7 6 7 6 D.

Henry Smith. Hosannah, they were singing 4 Autumn. 7 6 7 6

Frederick Iliffe, Mus. Doc. How shall I answer to my God

275 Ilow shall I answer. 868 68 8 6 Moravian. Hush, she is only sleeping 339 *Chilham. P.M.

H. Harford Battley. Hymns of praise we love to sing 344 * Hymn of Praise. P.M.

J. M. Bentley, Mus. Doc.
I am a Christian soldier

281
Christian soldier. 767 6

Henry Smith.
If I could be an angel
291 Burngreave. 7 6 7 6 D.

T. Worsley Staniforth. I know it would be very wrong 250 S. George. C.M.

German. I lay my sins on Jesus 274 | Oakhill. 7 6 7 6 D.

W. Young. I lift my heart to Thee 41 Hermon. 6 6 4 6 6 6 4

Braun, c. 1675. I love the Holy Angels 116 Salvatori. 7 6 7 6 D.

Salvatori. I love to hear the story 261 Bowdler (178). 76 12 lines

Cyril Bowdler. I met the Good Shepherd 236 Oxford. 11 11 11 11

Thomas Ward, 1762. In His own raiment clad 58 *Story of the Cross. 64 63 D

Henry Smith In many a distant home to-day 314 Norfolk. L.M.

S. Howard, Mus. Doc., 1710-1782. In Paradise reposing 114 * Children's Worship. 7676

Henry Sinith. In the Cross of Christ I glory 288 Oberlin. 878777

German. In the dark and silent night 191 *Elmstone. 777 4

H. Harford Battley. In the hour of trial 253 Magdalene. 6 5 6 5 D.

Rev. J. B. Dykes, 1823-1876. In the morning sunshine 317 Upminster. 6 5 12 lines

Arthur H. Brown, In Thy Presence, Holy Father 320 Italy. 8787 D.

Italian Melody. In token that thou should'st not fear 129 Felix. C.M.

Mendelssohn. I was a little helpless child

128 Walton. L.M. Jerusalem, for ever bright 295 Beautiful land of rest. P.M.

Henry Smith. Jesu, Jesu, Thou art coming

S. Cecilia 8787

Arthur H. Brown. Jesu, my Lord, my God, my all 147 Jesu, my Lord. 8s 6 lines

Henry Smith. Jesu, Name all names above

Schop. 767 68 877

J. Schop, c. 1610. Jesu, we adore Thee 143 Bohemia. 6 5 6 5 D.

German. Jesus Christ had gone away

* Riby. 7777

Rev. J. Blackbourne, C.F. Jesus Christ is risen to-day

Easter Hymn. 74 7 4 D.

H. Carey, 1685-1743. Jesus, dearest Saviour 265 Princethorpe. 6 5 6 5 D.

W. Pitts, 1829-1903. Jesus from the dead arose

Easter Hymn. 74 7 4 D.

W. H. Monk, 1823-1889.
Jesus, gentlest Saviour

155
*S. Aubyn. 6 5 6 5

Geo. H. Westbury.
Jesus is our loving Saviour
266 Owen (49). 8 7 6 lines

Rev. Richard Owen. Jesus is our Shepherd, wiping every 238 Buxtona. 11 11 11 11

T. Worsley Staniforth,
Jesus, loving Saviour
193 * Guardian Angels. 6 5 6 5

Duncan Cumming.
Jesus, tender Shepherd, hear me 189 Jesus, tender Shepherd. 8787 Old Melody.
Jesus the children's King
269 Holy Rood. S.M.

Arthur H. Brown.
Jesus the Virgin's Crown, do Thou 115 Jesus, the Virgin's Crown. L.M. Old French Melody.
Jesus, Thou art coming

*Jesus, Thou art coming. 6 5 6 5 R. Gray. Jesus, Thou art with the angels 180 S. Mildred. 8787

Arthur H. Brown. Jesus treads the floor of Heaven

86 The Angels' King. 8787 D. Jesus wept at Lazarus' grave 340 * Lacrimæ Jesu. 77773

Rev. G. C. E. Ryley, Mus. Bac. Joy bells ringing, children singing 68 *Joy bells. P.M.

Charles Vincent, Mus. Doc. Lamb of God we hail Thee 144 S. Lambert. 6 5 6 5

Rev. R. R. Chope. Lead us, Heavenly Father, lead us 208 Stapleford, 8 7 6 lines

Arthur H. Brown. Leaning on Thee, my Guide, my Friend 229 *Leaning on Thee. 88 84

K. E. Hicks. Let no tears to-day be shed

335 Holy Innocents. 7 7 and Alleluia Arthur H. Brown. Let us sing Alleluia to-day 61 *Let us sing Alleluia. P.M.

E. H. E. A.
Lift up, ye everlasting doors

83
*S. Edward. P.M.

Rev. Ed. L. Hopkins.
Light and comfort of my soul
34 Zurich. 777 7 D.

J. Schop, c. 1640. Light is breaking, dead are waking

S. Hilary. 8787 D.

Ganther. Like the sunbeains brightening

148

* Like the sunbeams. 65 65 7 7 Rev. Richard Owen.
( *First Tune. 7 7 7 6

( 1. Geo. H. Westbury. Litany of the Holy Childhood

348
1 *Second Tune.

12. Henry Smith.
By the word to Mary given
349 | * By the Word. 777 D.

Rev. Richard Owen. ( First Tune.

1 7 7 7 7 D. (1. Basil Harwood, Mus. Doc. By the Name which Thou didst take | 350

Second Tune, Wayeney

1 2. R. S. Newman. Litany for Easter 353 Benevento. 7 7 7 7 D.

S. Webbe, 1710-1816. Litany of Intercession 356 Litany. P.M.

German. (1. Litany.

(1. G. Hele. Litany of the Church 355 2. *Litany. 17776

2. Rev. L. J. T. Darwall. | 3rd. Tune.

13. Basil Harwood, Mus. Doc. First Tune.

( 1. German. Litany of the Holy Ghost

354
Second Tune. 7 7 7 6

2. Roman.
Litany of the Passion
352 | S. Edmund. 777 7 D.

| Rev. J. B. Dykes, 1823-1876.

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