The Shawm; A Library of Church Music Embracing about One Thousand Pieces, Consisting of Psalm and Hymn Tunes Adapted to Every Meter in Use, Anthems, Chants, and Set Pieces to Which Is Added an Original Cantata, Entitled Daniel, Or, the

The Shawm; A Library of Church Music Embracing about One Thousand Pieces, Consisting of Psalm and Hymn Tunes Adapted to Every Meter in Use, Anthems, Chants, and Set Pieces to Which Is Added an Original Cantata, Entitled Daniel, Or, the

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1853 edition. Excerpt: ...Our plca-sant eve-niug sjng. 1. Now con-de-scend. Al-mighty King, To bites this lit-tie throng; And kindly lis-ten while we sing Our plea sant evening song, Our plca-aant eve-niug sjng. 2. Be neath the in-lluence of thy grace. The bar ren wastes shall rise, With "sud-den greens and fruits ar rayed, --A blooming Par dise ob-tain: His nier-cy has thro' a ges stood, And ev-er Bhall re J J 1. To whom, my Sav-ior, shall 1 go. If I de-part from thee? My Guide through all this vale of woe, And more than all to 3. But 1 have felt thy dy-ing love Breathe gent-ly through my heart. To whis per hope of joys a-bove; 1. O Thon, who dryest the mourn-er's tear, How dark this world would be, If, when de-ceived and wound-ed here. We could no 1. Oh! that tt; Lord would guide my ways, To keep his sta-tutes still; Oh! that my God would grant me grace To know and do his will, To know and do his will. SPS 2. Oh! send thy Spir-it down, to writ' iv law up-on my heart; Nor let my tongue in-dulge de-ceit, Or act the li-art put, fir act the li-ar's part. I. Majestic sweetness site enthroned Upon the Savior's brow; His head with radiant glories crowned. His lips with grace o'erflow. His lips with frrare o'erflow. 2. No mortal can with him compare, 8's 4 7's Pec. When fore'd lo part from those we love, If sure to meet to mor row. We still a pang of an guisb prove, And feel a touch of sorrow C. M. To thee, my Shepherd and my I-ord, A grate ful song I'll raise, O let the feeblest of thy nook At-tempt to speuk thy praise 1. A-wake, ye saiDts! to praise your King. Your sweetest pas-Hions raise; Your pi-ous plea sure, while yon sing, In-ami ing with the praise. 2. Great is the Ijord--and works un known Are his di vine cm ploy; But still his saint are near his throne, lis...show more

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  • Paperback | 42 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 95g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236516877
  • 9781236516879