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In several instances both these forms occur together, e.g.:— N N l : Tel 2 Bring an : Óf-fer-ing and I come N. N. : • 2 - 2 I will : tri-umph in the works The sign “ in the course of the recitation marks the place where a break should be made for taking breath. All stops should be observed exactly as in reading, but never used as breathing places unless accompanied by this sign. The bars in the pointing of the words correspond with those in the

music. In the middle of the chant there are two notes in the bar, and one syllable will fall on each note, e.g. :

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Where only one syllable occurs it is followed by dots or a dash; and the two notes have to be sung to it, e.g.:| 2-, 2. To

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Where more than two syllables occur, a dot or a hyphen, according to circumstances, shows the division, e.g.:—

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Except in a very few places, which are clearly indicated, all words are to be sung as they would be read—e.g., grieved as griev'd, not griev-ed. The speed adopted in chanting should not be so great as to interfere with the clear enunciation of every word and syllable ; but, on the average, it should not be slower than is absolutely needful to secure this clearness. A fair amount of movement makes the singing of even a long Psalm easy and

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44. Psalm LXXII. ... 50 69. Psalm CXV. ... --- ... 82

45. Psalm LXXIII. (I-20, 23-26) 51 70. Psalm CXVI. --- ... 84

46. Psalm LXXVI. 53 || 71. Psalm CXVIII. ... ... 86

47. Psalm LXXVII. 54 72. Psalm CXIX. (1-16, 33-40) ... 88

48. Psalm LXXXIV. ... 56 73. Psalm CXIX. (89-112) ... 90

49. Psalm LXXXV. 57 74. Psalm CXIX. (129-152) ... 92

50. Psalm LXXXVI. 58 75. Psalm CXXI.... --- ... 94

51. Psalm LXXXIX. (1-18) 59 76. Psalm CXXII. --- ... 94

52. Psalm XC. 60 77. Psalm CXXIV. --- ... 95

53. Psalm XCI. ... --- 61 78. Psalm CXXV. - - - ... 96

54. Psalm XCII. ... 62 79. Psalm CXXVI. --- ... 96

55. Psalm XCIII. 63 8o. Psalm CXXX. --- ... 97

56. Psalm XCV. (1-7) 64 8I. Psalm CXXXV. --- ... 98

57. Psalm XCVI. 65 82. Psalm CXXXVI. ... ... IOO

58. Psalm XCVII. ... 66 83. Psalm CXXXVIII. ... ... IO2

59. Psalm XCVIII. 67 84. Psalm CXXXIX. (1-12, 17,

60. Psalm XCIX. ... 68 18, 23, 24) Ios

61. Psalm C. ... 69 85. Psalm CXLII. --- ... IO4

62. Psalm CII. 7o 86. Psalm CXLIII. --- ... IOS

63. Psalm CIII. ... --- 72 87. Psalm CXLIV. --- ... Iof

64. Psalm CIV. ... 74 88. Psalm CXLV. --- ... Io'7

65. Psalm CVII. ... --- 76 89. Psalm CXLVI. --- ... IO9

66. Psalm CXI. ... 8o 90. Psalm CXLVII. ... ... I IO

7. Psalm CXII. ... 81 91. Psalm CXLVIII. ... ... III

68. Psalm CXIV. ... 82 92. Psalm CL. ... --- ... II.3
SELECTED PASSAGES OF SCRIPTURE.

93. Exod. XV. (1-13, 17, 18) 114 || 106. Isaiah XXV. (1-5, 8, 9) ... 128

94. Deut. XXXII. (1-4) ... 116 || 107. Isaiah XXXV. --- ... I29

95. 1 Sam. II. (1-4, 6, 7, 9, Io)... 116 || 108. Isaiah XL. (1-11) ... ... I 30

96. 1 Chron. XVI. (8-27) 118 Io9. Isaiah LII. (7-10) ... ... I32

97. 1 Chron. XXIX. (10-13) II9 || 1 Io. Isaiah LIII. ... --- ... I 32

98. Job XXVIII. (12-28)... 12o 111. Isaiah LV. (I-5) ... ... I34

99. Job XXXVIII. (4-18, 21) ... 121 | 112. Isaiah LV. (6-13) ... ... I 35

too. Job XXXVIII. (19, 24-30, 34, 113. Isaiah LX. (I-5, 13, 17-22) ... 136

Job XL. (8, 9) #} I22 114. Micah IV. (1-4) ... ... I37

tor. Prov. III. (5-7, 9, 11-20) 123 115 Habakkuk III. (1-6, 17, 18)... 138

102. Prov. VIII. (1, 6-20)... 124 || 116. 1 Cor. V. (7); Rom. VI. (9);

103. Prov. VIII. (1, 22-36) I25 I Cor. XV. (20) 139

104. Isaiah XI. (1-10) ... 126 117. 1 Cor. XV. (51-57) ... ... I40

Ioj. Isaiah XII. 127 118. Rev. V. (2, 9, Io, 12, 13) ... 141

CANTICLES.

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119. Te Deum laudamus ... ... 142 || 125. Nunc dimittis --- I52

12o. Te Deum laudamus ... ... 144 || 126. Salvator mundi --- I53

121. Benedicite, omnia opera ... 146 | 127. The strain upraise I54

122. Benedictus ... --- ... 149 || 128. The strain upraise ... I56

123. Magnificat ... --- ... 150 | 129. Gloria Patri ... --- 158

124. Magnificat ... --- ... I5I

THE SANCTUS.

130. I. Sanctus - - - --- - - - --- --- --- J. Camidge 159

I31. II. -- --- --- --- --- --- --- ... S. Elvey I59

132. III. , --- --- --- --- --- --- ... L. Spohr 160

133. IV. ,, --- --- --- --- --- ... Abbé Vogler 160

134. *V. * * --- --- --- --- --- --- ... E. Prout 162

135. *VI. ,, --- --- --- --- --- ... T. L. Forbes 163

136. VII. ,, --- - - - --- --- --- H. Elliot Button 164

137. VIII. ,, --- --- --- --- * -- --- C. E. Smith 165

THE COMMANDMENTS.

138. I. The Commandments. *Kyrie I. ... --- --- C. Steggall 167

Kyrie II. ... --- --- ...S. Arnold 167

*Kyrie III. --- Sydney Blakiston 167

139. II. The Commandments of Christ. *Kyrie I. ... E. J. Hopkins 168

: Kyrie II. ... J. T. Musgrave I68

BAPTISMAL SENTENCES.

140. *I. The Lord bless thee ... --- - - - --- ...Rowland Briant 160

141. *II. The Lord bless thee... --- --- --- ...John B. Gausby 170

142. *III. Dying with Thee ... --- --- --- --- F. Gostelow 171

143. IV. Dying with Thee ... --- - - - --- --- P. Gordon 171

OFFERTORY SENTENCES.

144. *I. Let your light... --- - , Ernest C. Winchester 172

145. II. He that soweth little --- --- --- H. Elliot Button 173

146. III. Let your light --- --- --- --- ... J. T. Musgrave 174

x47. IV. Whatsoever ye would --- --- --- ... R. H. Briscoe 175

148. V. Freely ye have received ... --- --- ... R. H. Briscoe 175

149. *VI. Cast thy bread upon the waters ... - - - ... Rowland Briant 176

150. VII. Inasmuch as ye have done it ... -- ... J. A. Capern 178

151. VIII. Blessed is he --- --- --- --- ... R. H. Briscoe 178

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OFFERTory SENTENces (continued). no. PAGE 152. *IX. Lay not up for yourselves ... --- ... L. Meadows White 179 153. X. How much owest thou - - - Ethel Earle ... 180 154. XI. As we have opportunity ... J. T. Musgrave 18O 155. XII. To do good ... --- --- ... J. T. Musgrave 181 156. XIII. Give alms of thy goods ... H. Elliot Button I 81 157. XIV. With what measure ye mete J. A. Capern 183 158. XV. It is more blessed to give -- J. A. Capern ... 183 159. XVI. Ye know the grace of our Lord... Ethel Earle ... 184 16o. XVII. Every good gift ... --- --- H. Elliot Button ... 184 161. XVIII. Cast thy bread upon the waters H. Elliot Button 186 BENEDICTION HYMNS. 162. I. Lord, keep us safe this night --- --- --- 188 163. *II. -- ** --- R. Froude Coules 188 164. *III. x - ** --- ... A. L. Vingoe 189 165. IV. -- 11 --- ... R. S. Barnicott 189 166. *V. Father, forgive my sins ... Rowland Briant 100 167. *VI. -- ** E. Davidson Palmer ... 190 168. VII. O Saviour, ere we part ... --- --- ... J. T. Musgrave 191 169. *VIII. Now, Father, we commend ...Rowland Briant 191 17o. : IX. Before Thy throne ... --- ... Thomas Adams 192 171. X. Within the everlasting arms --- ... Thomas Adams 192 172. XI. Thy parting blessing --- --- ... Charles Vincent 103 173. *XII. Ere I sleep ... --- --- --- --- ... Rowland Briant 193 174. XIIL Lord, grant this holy evening ... --- ... Thomas Adams 194 175. *XIV. When our life's last day is closing H. Ernest Nichol ... 194 176. XV. Hear my prayer ... --- --- --- ... Thomas Adams 195 177. *XVI. Though the night be dark and dreary H. Elliot Button 195 AMENS.

178. I., II., III., IV., V., VI. --- --- --- --- --- --- 19s, ;VII. Twofold ... --- --- --- --- ... Thomas Adams 106 *VIII. Threefold ... --- --- --- -- A. L. Vingoe 19s, *IX. Fourfold --- --- --- --- --- ... Rowland Briant 197 *X. Sevenfold ... --- --- --- --- --- ... J. Stainer 197

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