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SIR ARTHUR SULLIVAN, Mus. Doc.
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TWO HUNDRED AND SEVENTY-SIXTH THOUSAND.
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HARVARD COLI EGE LIBRARY
FROM THE ESTATE OF REV. CHARLES HUTCHINS
MAY 24, 1939
HORACE HART, PRINTER TO THE UNIVERSITY
THE Editor of the “TUNE-BOOK TO CHURCH HYMNS” acknowledges with thanks the permission given him by the following authors or owners for the use of their copyright tunes and arrangements :
HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN, for her | The Rev. F. A. J. Hervey.
gracious permission to insert the E. J. HOPKINS, Esq.
C. S. JEKYLL, Esq.
The Rev. THOMAS JONES. The Rev. Sir HENRY BAKER, Bart., JAMES LANGRAN, Esq. and the compilers of Hymns Ancient Messrs. LONGMAN & Co. and Modern.
ALBERT LOWE, Esq. W. S. BAMBRIDGE, Esq.
MEYER LUTZ, Esq. Mrs BARKER.
Messrs. MACMILLAN & Co. JOSEPH BARNBY, Esq.
Messrs. MASTERS & Co. JOHN FRANCIS BARNETT, Esq.
Rev. T. R. MATTHEWS. Messrs. BOOSEY & Co.
Messrs. METZLER & Co.
W. H. MONK, Esq.
Messrs. NOVELLO & Co.
Rev. Sir F. A. GORE OUSELEY, Bart,, The Rev. R. BROWN-BORTHWICK, one
Mus. Doc. of the Editors of Church Hymns.
ALFRED PHILLIPS, Messrs. BURNS & OATES.
WILLIAM Pirts, Esq. J. B. CALKIN, Esq.
SAMUEL REAY, Esq. The Rev. E. S. CARTER.
R. REDHEAD, Esq. Mrs. CHATTOCK.
A. R. REINAGLE, Esq. The Rev. R. R. CHOPE.
E. F. RIMBAULT, Esq., LL.D.
The Rev. C. C. SCHOLEFIELD.
The Rev. H. PERCY SMITH.
SAMUEL SMITH, Esq. The Rev. T. DARLING.
JOHN STAINER, Esq., Mus. Doc. LEICESTER DARWALL, Esq.
CHARLES H. STEGGALL, Esq., Mus. E. DEARLE, Esq., Mus. Doc.
Doc. The Rev. J. B. Dykes, Mus. Doc.
Mrs. C. STREATFIELD. Sir GEORGE ELVEY, Mus. Doc.
FREDERIC SULLIVAN, Esq. ALEXANDER EWING, Esq.
Messrs. J. Swift & Co. The Rev. J. FRANCIS.
E, H. THORNE, Esq. C. J. FROST, Esq.
JAMES Turle, Esq. H. J. GAUNTLETT, Esq., Mus. Doc. E. H. TURPIN, Esq. OTTO GOLDSCHMIDT, Esq.
The Rev. HENRY ASTON WALKER. Sir John Goss.
W. WELLS GARDNER, Esq.
C. E, WILLING, Esq.
Also to BISHOP WALSHAM How, one of the Editors of Church Hymns, for his kindness in undertaking the work of inserting the Expression Marks, a work which the Editor cannot but think he has carried out with great discretion and taste; to LIONEL H. LEWIN, Esq., for much valuable aid ; and lastly to his friend J. W. ELLIOTT, Esq., for the use of his tunes and for the very valuable assistance he has rendered by his good counsel, his sound judgment, and his untiring energy in the more laborious department of manual work.
The Editor also begs to express his hearty acknowledgments of the cordial goodwill shown towards him by composers to whom he has made suggestions as to alterations of harmony, &c. Such suggestions have always been made with great diffidence, and only after careful consideration, and they have invariably been met in the frankest and most friendly spirit.
Adaptations from popular works are, as a rule, much to be deprecated, as presenting original compositions in a garbled form only. But exceptions may occasionally be made with advantage, and the Editor accepts without any very grave apprehension, the responsibility of such an arrangement, for instance, as “Come unto Me" (Hymn 351), the original melody, which it closely follows, being so linked with the feeling of the words, that separation would seem almost unwarrantable.
In the majority of cases where the words are set to an unison tune, a harmonised version is given as well ; but in some instances this has not been thought necessary, notably in the Children's Hymns, where a bright, taking melody has been the first consideration-a melody that children can learn easily and willingly, and which requires only a simple Organ, or, for school use, Harmonium accompaniment.
The marking of the divisions of the lines in the music is an important question, upon which no settled rules have ever yet been laid down. In the present work the following plan has been adopted :The Long Metres are distinguished by a single broad bar at the end of the first and third lines, and a double bar at the end of the second line and at the close ; and, the great aim being to guide the eye as far as possible, a similar principle has been acted upon in other metres, wherever it seemed likely to facilitate that object.
While acknowledging how greatly his work has been lightened by the earnest labour of previous workers in the same field, the Editor nevertheless trusts that this book may prove one more step towards the advancement of good and worthy music in the service of God.
A few more years shall roll . . 328 Horatius Bonar . . . . Leominster. . Old Melody, har
Sullivan. Abide with me! fast falls the 329 Henry Francis Lyte . . Eventide .. William H. Monk.
eventide Above the clear blue sky . . . 565 | John Chandler .... Children's Edward John Hop
kins. Again, as evening's shadow falls 17 Samuel Longfellow. . . Ludborough. T. R. Matthews. All hail the power of Jesus' Name 330 Edward Perronet... Zwingle . . . Justin H. Knecht. All glory, praise, and honour, to 113 John Mason Neale, from St. Theodulph Melchior Teschner. Thee, Redeemer, King
Latin of Theodulph of
Orleans (?) All glory to the Father be . . 4 Bernard Barton . . Huntingdon .Henry J.Gauntlett. All is bright and cheerful round 174 John Mason Neale . . . Lux Eoi. . . Arthur Sullivan.
us All is o'er, the pain, the sorro
John Moultrie .... Requiem ..Wilhelm Schultes. All my heart this night rejoices 75 Catherine Winkworth, fr. Bonn . . . . J. G. Ebeling.
1 Germ. of Paul Gerhardt All people that on earth do dwell | 331 | William Kethe ()... Old rooth .Guill. Franc (?). All praise to Thee, in light ar- | 35 Bishop Thomas Ken. Brockham. Jeremiah Clark.
rayed All praise to Thee, who safe hast1 Bishop Thomas Ken ..Tallis's Canon Thomas Tallis.
kept Alleluia ! Alleluia ! Hearts to 127 Bp. Christopher Words- Bethany. . . Henry Smart. heaven and voices raise
worth Alleluia ! Fairest morning .. 38 H. L. L., from German of 1. Grange . . R. Brown-BorthJonathan Krause
2. Metz . . .J. C. Bach. Alleluia ! Sing to Jesus ...332 William Chatterton Dix. Eucharistica . J. W. Elliott. Alleluia ! Song of sweetness. . 102 | Francis Pott, from Latin. / Oriel. An exile for the faith .... 163 Edw. Caswall, from Lat. St. George. Henry J. Gauntlett.
of Nicol. Le Tourneaux Angel voices, ever singing .. Francis Pott .....
1.Angel Voices Arthur Sullivan.
2. Dulce Sonans Arthur Sullivan. Angels, from the realms of glor James Montgomery . . Realms ofGlory John Naylor. Another day begun :.. . .
56 John Ellerton. . . . . St. Michael Day's Psalter. Arise, O Lord, and shine . .
William Hurn . . .
Croft's 148th William Croft. Art thou weary, art thou languid 333 | John Mason Neale, fr. Gk. Rest . .. . Arthur Sullivan.
of Stephen the Sabaite As now the sun's declining rays 14 John Chandler, from Lat. Holy Trinity . Joseph Barnby.
of Charles Coffin As pants the hart for cooling | 334 Brady and Tate's Psalter Holy Trinity . Joseph Barnby.
streams As the sun doth daily rise... 3 Earl Nelson, from Latin(?) Ross . ... Samuel S. Wesley. As with gladness men of old . 94 William Chatterton Dix. 1. Heathlands Henry Smart.
2. Dix . . Conrad Kocher. Ascended Lord, accept our praise Bishop Walsham How . St. Ann . . . William Croft (%). At even, ere the sun was set. . 18 Henry Twells ....Sunset . . . Meyer Lutz. At the Lamb's high feast we sing 128 Robt. Campbell, from Lat. St. George . Sir George Elvey. At Thy Birth, Incarnate Lord . 165 Earl Nelson, adapted from Innocents.
Bp. Christ. Wordsworth Awake, and sing the song ..335 William Hammond... Day of Praise. Chas. H. Steggall. Awake, my soul, and with the | 1Bishop Thomas Ken. Tallis's Canon Thomas Tallis. sun
Pt.il Awhile in spirit, Lord, to Thee . 103 | Joseph Francis Thrupp . St. Luke... Johann F. Lampe.