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Title A new hymnal for colleges and schools / edited by Jeffery Rowthorn and Russell Schulz-Widmar.

Publication Info. New Haven : Yale University Press, [1992]


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 GDL Brand Library Non-Fiction    782.2702 NEW    Available
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Description 1 close score (598 pages) ; 26 cm
notated music ntm rdacontent
unmediated n rdamedia
volume nc rdacarrier
Note Revised edition of: Hymnal for colleges and schools, 1956.
Includes indexes.
Includes section of Psalms and how to sing Psalms.
Contents In Praise God -- The Created Order. Thanksgiving -- The Biblical Witness. The Songs of Israel. Psalms. Psalms in Meter. The Witness of Jesus. Promise and Fulfillment. The Birth of Jesus. Epiphany and Lent. Passion and Death. Resurrection and Ascension. The Spirit and the Church -- The Faithful Life. Worship in Community. Service Music. Opening Hymns. Closing Hymns. Morning. Evening. Sabbath/Sunday. Confession and Forgiveness. Hearing the Word. Rites and Special Occasions. Baptism and Confirmation. Eucharist. Healing. Marriage. Academic Occasions. Class Reunions. Funerals and Memorial Services. Prayer and Devotion. Trust and Confidence. Discipleship and Service -- Hope for the World. Justice and Peace. Witness and Unity. The Promised Reign of God. Index of Names of Tunes. Index of Composers, Sources, and Arrangers. Index of Authors, Sources, and Translators. Metrical Index. Copyright Acknowledgments. Index of First Lines.
All creatures of our God and King (Lasst uns erfreuen) ; All glory be to God on high (Allein Gott in der Höh) ; All things are thine (Candler) ; All who love and serve your city (Charlestown) ; Amazing grace (New Britain) ; An upper room did our Lord prepare (O Waly, Waly) ; Angels we have heard on high = Les anges dans nos campagnes (Gloria) ; An'im z'mirot = Sweet hymns and songs ; As those of old their first fruits brought (Forest Green) ; Be thou my vision (Slane) ; Bread of the world in mercy broken (Les commandemens de Dieu) ; Christ be my leader (Slane) ; Christ be with me (Deirdre) ; Christ is alive (Truro) ; Christ, the healer (Distress) ; Christ the Lord is risen again (Christ ist erstanden) ; Christ the worker ; Christ, when for us you were baptized (Caithness) ; Come, Holy Ghost, our souls inspire (Veni Creator Spiritus) ; Come, o come, our voices raise (Sonne der Gerechtigkeit) ; Come thou fount of every blessing (Nettleton) ; Come, thou long-expected Jesus (Stuttgart) ; Comfort, comfort now my people (Geneva 42) ; Creating God, your fingers trace (Kedron) ; Creator of the stars of night (Conditor alme siderum) ; Dona nobis pacem ; En el frio invernal = Cold December flies away (Lo Desembre congelat) ; Deep in the shadows of the past (Kingsfold) ; Fairest Lord Jesus (Schönster Herr Jesu) [2] ; Father, we thank you that you planted (Rendez à Dieu) ; Father, with all your Gospel's power (Erhalt uns, Herr) ; Forgive our sins as we forgive (Detroit) ; Go tell it on the mountain (Go tell it) ; God created heaven and earth (Toa-sia) ; God made from one blood (Normandy) ; God moves in a mysterious way (London new) ; God, my Lord, my strength (Pán Bůh) ; God of the nations (Toulon) ; God sends us the Spirit (Natomah) ; God, who made the earth and heaven (Ar hyd y nos) [2] ; God, you have given us power (Culross) ; Good Christian friends, rejoice (In dulci jubilo) ; Hal'luhu, hal'luhu ; Her baby, newly breathing (St. Michael's) ; Holy God, we praise your name (Grosser Gott, wir loben dich) ; Holy, holy, holy (Sanctus) [2] ; Hope of the world (Donne secours, Seigneur) ; How firm a foundation (Foundation) ; How shall I sing that majesty (Old 22nd) ; How wonderful this world of thine (Willoughby new) ; Humbly I adore thee (Adoro te devote) ; I bind unto myself today (St. Patrick's breastplate) ; I come with joy to meet my Lord (Land of Rest) ; I dance in the morning (Simple gifts) ; I sing the mighty power of God (Forest Green) ; I to the hills will lift mine eyes (Dundee) ; Immortal, invisible, God only wise (St. Denio) ; Immortal love for ever full (Detroit) ; In Christ there is no East or West (McKee) ; It came upon the midnight clear (Noel) ; I've got peace like a river (Peace like a river) ; Jesu, Jesu (Chereponi) ; Jesus Christ is risen today (Easter hymn) ; Kyrie eleison [2] ; Jesus, the very thought of you (Windsor) ; Judge eternal, throned in splendor (Rhuddlan) ; Lamb of God (Agnus Dei) ; Let all mortal flesh keep silence (Picardy) ; Let my people seek their freedom (Shir Hamaalot) ; Let the light of minds that know him (Moville) ; Let us break bread together ; Lo, he comes with clouds descending (Helmsley) ; Lo, how a Rose e'er blooming (Es ist ein Ros') ; Lord, as you have lived for others (In Babilone) ; Lord Christ, when first you came to earth (Mit Freuden zart) ; Lord, dismiss us with your blessing (Sicilian mariners) [2] ; Lord, it is in thy tender care (Wigtown) ; Lord Jesus Christ, be present now (Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend) ; Lord of all being (Mendon) ; Lord of all hopefulness (Slane) ; Lord of all nations (Breslau) ; Lord, save your world (Kedron) ; Lord, thou hast searched me (Tender thought) ; Lord, we have come at your own invitation (O quanta qualia) ; Many and great, O God, are your works (Lacquiparle) ; Maoz tsur y'shuati (Rock of ages) ; Morning has broken (Bunessan) ; Mine eyes have seen the glory [Battle hymn of the republic] (Battle hymn) ; My shepherd, you supply my need (Resignation) ; Nature with open volume stands (Eltham) ; New songs of celebration (Rendez à Di
Yigdal elohim chai (Leoni) / Anon.
Father, we thank you that you planted (Albright) ; Look there, the Christ (Petrus) ; We sing of God, the mighty source (Glorious) / William Albright -- Holy God (Trisagion) / Alexander Archangelsky -- O gracious light (Galilee) / Philip Armes -- How lovely is thy dwelling place (Brother James' air) / James Leith Macbeth Bain -- There's a voice in the wilderness crying (Ascension) / Henry Hugh Bancroft -- Psalm tone [2] / Mark Bangert -- Awake, my soul, and with the sun (Morning hymn) / François H. Barthélémon -- Joyful, joyful we adore thee (Hymn to joy) ; Where cross the crowded ways of life (Gardiner) ; Your love, O God, has called us here (Gardiner) / Beethoven -- No hay que temer / Jacques Berthier and the Community of Taizé -- The king of glory comes to earth (Jordan) / William Billings -- Let the whole creation cry (Jouissance) / Pierre Bonnet -- All people that on earth do dwell (Old Hundredth) / Louis Bourgeois -- My hope is built (Solid rock) / William Bradbury -- Psalm tone [3] / Paul G. Bunjes -- The church of Christ, in every age (Babylon's streams) / Thomas Campion -- Come, O thou traveler unknown (Carey) / Henry Carey -- Sing of Mary (Raquel) / Skinner Chavez-Melo -- Creator of the earth and skies (Uffingham) ; The head that once was crowned with thorns (St. Magnus) / Jeremiah Clarke -- O Trinity, O Trinity (Trinity) / Kenneth W. Coates -- Thou art the way (St. James) / Raphael Courteville -- O God, our help in ages past (St. Anne) ; O worship the king (Hanover) ; Your hands, O Lord, in days of old / St. Matthew / William Croft -- Ah, holy Jesus (Herzliebster Jesu) ; Deck thyself, my soul, with gladness (Schmücke dich) ; Jesus, priceless treasure (Jesu, meine Freude) ; Now thank we all our God (Nun danket alle Gott) ; O lord, how shall I meet you (Wie soll ich dich empfangen) ; This is the day the Lord has made (Nun danket all) / Johann Crüger) -- Faith looking forward (Martyrs' memorial) ; Here hangs a man discarded (Shrub End) ; Like the murmur of the dove's song (Bridegroom) ; Thanks to God whose word was spoken (Wylde Green) ; To Mercy, pity, peace and love (Poldhu) / Peter Cutts -- Ye holy angels bright (Darwall's 148th) / John Darwall -- It is God who holds the nations (Vision) / H. Walford Davies -- Praise the source of faith and learning (Geneva) / George Henry Day -- For the fruit of all creation (Santa Barbara) ; Glorious the day (Diemer) / Emma Lou Diemer -- We the Lord's people (Decatur Place) / Richard Wayne Dirksen -- Weary of all trumpeting (Distler) / Hugo Distler -- Silence, frenzied, unclean spirit (Authority) ; These things did Thomas count as real (Merle Marie) ; To those who knotted nets of twine (Storm-swept way) / Carol Doran -- Who would true valor see (St. Dunstan's) / Winfred Douglas -- A God and yet a man (Divine paradox) / John Dowland -- Eternal Father, strong to save (Melita) ; Holy, holy, holy, Lord God almighty (Nicaea) ; In the hour of my distress (St. Bees) / John Bacchus Dykes -- Blow ye the trumpet (Lenox) / Lewis Edson -- Our Parent, by whose name (Rhosymedre) / John David Edwards -- The first ever, O ever to know (Ballad) / Linda Willberger Egan -- Come, ye thankful people come (St. George's Windsor) ; Crown him with many crowns (Diademata) / George J. Elvey -- El Señor es mi fuerza = God is my rock (Perú) / Juan Antonio Espinoza -- Three tall trees grew on a windy hill (Three tall trees) ; Woman in the night / Alfred V. Fedak -- Lamb of God (Agnus Dei) / Richard Felciano -- Hail to the Lord's anointed (Wolvercote) / William H. Ferguson -- Alleluia, give thanks to the risen Lord (Alleluia no. 1) / Donald Fish, with Betty Pulkingham, Charles Mallory, and George Mims -- Lift up your heads (Macht hoch die Tür) / J.A. Freylinghausen -- Draw us in the Spirit's tether (Union Seminary) / Harold Friedell -- Camina, pueblo de Dios = Walk on, O people of God (Nueva creación) ; Tú has venido a la orilla = Lord, you have come to the lakeshore (Pescador de hombres) ; Una espiga = Sheaves of summer (Una espiga) / Cesareo Gabaraín -- La palabra del Señor e
O for a thousand tongues (Northfield) / Jeremiah Ingalls -- My song is love unknown (Love unknown) / John Ireland -- The Lord's my shepherd (Crimond) / Jessie S. Irvine -- When seed falls on good soil (Walhof) / Frederick F. Jackish -- Lift every voice and sing (Lift every voice) / J. Rosamond Johnson -- Songs of praise the angels sang (Northampton) / Charles J. King -- Blessed assurance (Assurance) / Phoebe Knapp -- Great God, we sing that mighty hand (Wareham) / William Knapp -- We pattern our heaven (Little Venice) / Gerald H. Knight -- As with gladness men of old (Dix) ; For the beauty of the earth (Dix) / Conrad Kocher -- Here, O Lord, your servants gather (Tokyo) / Isao Koizumi -- You satisfy the hungry heart (Bicentennial) / Robert E. Kreutz -- My Lord is a light to my pathway (Harvest) / Keith Landis -- Lord, have mercy upon us (Kyrie eleison) / Kenneth Leighton -- Teach me, my God and King (Carlisle) / Charles Lockhart -- There's a wideness in God's mercy (Beng-li) / I-to Loh -- God out of love for us lent us this planet (Ecology) / Austin C. Lovelace -- Shall we gather at the river (Hanson Place) [2] / Robert Lowry -- A mighty fortress is our God (Ein' feste Burg) ; From heaven above to earth I come (Vom Himmel hoch) ; Out of the depths I cry to you (Aus tiefer Not) / Martin Luther -- Christ the victorious (Russian anthem) ; God the omnipotent (Russian anthem) / Alexis Lvov -- God rested on the seventh day (Dwight) ; Who is she (Marjorie) / Jane Manton Marshall -- Lord, enthroned in heavenly splendor (St. Helen) / George Martin -- Psallite Deo nostro / Giambattista Martini -- When I survey the wondrous cross (Hamburg) / Lowell Mason -- Hark, the herald angels sing (Mendelssohn) / Felix Mendelssohn -- Crown with love, Lord, this glad day (Harts) / Benjamin Milgrove -- Help us, O Lord, to learn (St. Ethelwald) / William H. Monk -- Christians, we have met to worship (Holy manna) [2] / William Moore -- The day you gave us, Lord, has ended (Cedar Springs) / Gerald Near -- I thou but suffer God to guide thee (Wer nur den lieben Gott) / Georg Neumark -- Lift high the cross (Crucifer) / Sydney H. Nicholson -- O morning star, how fair and bright (Wie schön leuchtet der Morgenstern) ; Wake, awake, for night is flying (Wachet auf) / Philipp Nicolai -- Lord, as a pilgrim through life I go (Oi Herra, jos mä matkamies maan) ; Look, ye saints, the sight is glorious (Bryn Calfaria) / William Owen -- The strife is o'er (Victory) / Palestrina -- Mountains are all aglow (Kahm-sah) / Jae Hoon Park -- Look, ye saints, the sight is glorious (Victor's crown) ; Lord, as we wake we turn to you (Pixham) / Horatio Parker -- By gracious powers (Intercessor) ; Dear Lord, embracing humankind (Repton) ; How clear is our vocation, Lord (Repton) ; O day of peace (Jerusalem) ; Praise the Lord, O heavens, adore him (Rustington) ; Rejoice in God's saints (Laudate Dominum) ; Sing praise to the Lord (Laudate Dominum) ; Sing we of the blessed mother (Rustington) / C. Hubert H. Parry -- Earth's scattered isles and contoured hills (Meadville) / Walter L. Pelz -- Where science serves and art inspires (Venerable) / Vincent Persichetti -- The tree of life my soul hath seen (Pinkham) / Daniel Pinkham -- The tree of life my soul hath seen (Jesus Christ the apple tree) / Elizabeth Poston -- O splendor of God's glory bright (Puer nobis nascitur) / Michael Praetorius -- Love divine, all loves excelling (Hyfrydol) / Rowland Hugh Prichard -- Holy, holy, holy (Sanctus) ; Lord, have mercy (Kyrie eleison) ; The stars declare his glory (Aldine) ; We sing to you, O God (Camano) / Richard Proulx -- Christ is made the sure foundation (Westminster Abbey) / Henry Purcell -- Through all the changing scenes of life (Fiducia) / J. Robertson -- Come, let us anew (Sutton Courtenay) ; Come, O thou traveler unknown (Woodbury) ; Let all the world in every corner sing (Augustine) ; What does the Lord require (Sharpthorne) / Erik Routley -- Lord of light (Blaenwern) ; William P. Rowlands -- Glory to God in the highest (Gloria in excelsis Deo) / John Rutter -- For the heali
Language staff notation.
Subject Hymns, English -- United States.
Psalms (Music).
Genre/Form Hymns.
Added Author Rowthorn, Jeffery W.
Schulz-Widmar, Russell.
Added Title Hymnal for colleges and schools.
ISBN 0300051131

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