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FROM VARIOUS AUTHORS;
A KEY OF MUSICAL EXPRESSION.
SAMUEL WORCESTER, D.D.
Two Hundred and Seventy Hymns and Oc
casional Pieces added,
SAMUEL M. WORCESTER, A. M. Pastor of the Tabernacle Church, Salem, Mass., and
late Professor of Rhetoric in Ainherst College.
1843 Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1834,
By ZERVIA WORCESTER,
In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of Massachusetts.
KEY OF EXPRESSION.
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EXTRACT FROM THE PREFACE
NEW EDITION OF WATTS' AND SELECT HYMNS.
AMONG the eminent public services of the late Dr. Worces-
So strong, however, was the predilection of the community
A new edition of “Watts' and Select Hymns" is therefore
The evil which arises from the heterogeneous arrangement
The Editor will be much disappointed, if it shall not appe ur that he has greatly improved the work in this particular. The Jeferences throughout are made to pages, and will bear examination in respect to general accuracy and precision. There is also but one “ Table of first lines ; ' and each line is seferred to the page upon which the corresponding psalm or dymn may be found.
In enlarging the Selection, the Editor has aimed to increase the variety of good hymns, which are more directly suited to the circumstances of the times, and are also likely to be of permanent value. It was, however, impossible for him to obtain hymns of high character, for all the special occasions, which the diversified movements of the age have called into exist
He has endeavored to pass by productions which are merely ephemeral ; so that the new Select Hymns may more nearly correspond with those, which have received the seal of public approbation. High authority could be given 10 confirm his decision, in regard to almost every hymn, which has been added. Want of room compelled 'nin tó omit many hymns, which otherwise would have had a place an the Selection. This edition will be found to be specially enriched with hymns, which relate to the life and glory of Christ,--the alarming condition of the unconverted, ---the feelings of the convicted and the penitent,--the diversities of
Christian experience,-the benevolent operutions of the church,--the institutions and ordinances of the gospel,--to times and seasons --more particularly, the solemn periods of sickness and death, eternity and judgment.
Very seldom has the Editor allowed himself to make any alteration in the phraseology of the hymns. In almost every instance of material change, an intimation is given of the fact-as on p. 676.
The designation of tunes, and the application of the “ Key of Expression” to the new Select Hymns, have, with a few exceptions, been made by an experienced teacher of sacred music.
SAMUEL M. WORCESTER.
Amherst College, Jan. 20, 1834.
TO FIND ANY HYNN BY THE FIRST LINE.
Page. ACCORDING to thy..... 664 Come, let us join our.....
740 A charge to keep I have.. 705 Come on, my partners.... 719 Alas! what hourly....... 512 Come, thou Almighty..... 574 All hail the power........ 521 Come, tholi condescending 628 All ye who feel........... 689 Come, thou Fount.. Although the vine........ 565 Come, thou long-expected. 602 Am I a soldier....
563 Come to Calvary's holy... 689 And is the gospel...
Come, tune, ye saints..... 519 And let this feeble.... 644 Come, ye sinners, poor... 686 And will the great...
Come, ye weary sinners.. 688 Angels! from the realms.. 658 Come, ye weary souls.... 577 Angels, roll the rock..... 520 Command thy blessing.... 737 Arm of the Lord..... 618 DARK was the night, and 66 I As birds their infant...... 616 Daughter of Zion, awake. 770 Asleep in Jesus, blessed.. 759 Daughter of Zion, from... 727 Assembled at thy great... 734 Day of judgment, day.... 653 At every motion of our.... 678 Dear as thou wert, and... 757 Attend, my soul......... 507 Dear Jesus, when.... Awake, and sing......... Dear Lord, and shall...... 531 Awake, awake, each..... 681 Dear Saviour, we are thine C99 Awake, my soul... 630 Did Christ o'er sinners.... 660 Awake, ye saints.
610 Descend, Holy Spirit..... 540 BEHOLD the man ! how. 662 Didst thou, dear Jesus.... 550 Behold the Saviour at.... 684 Dismiss us with thy...... 587 Behold, where in a mortal 669 EARTHLY joys no longer 704 Being of beings, God of... 692 Encompass'd with clouds. 538 Beneath our feet, and o'er 760 Eternal God, enthroned... 642 Bestow, dear Lord, upon.. 608 Eternal Lord, from land.. 733 Blessed are the sons..... 568 Eternal source of every... 593 Blest be the tie that.. 627 Eternal Spirit, God of..... 673 Blest Comforter divine.... 673 Eternal Wisdom, thee.... 506 Blow ye the trumpet...... 588 Exert thy pow'r, thy...
619 Bread of heaven! on....
FAITH adds new charms 701 Bread of the world!...... 740 Faith, 'tis a precious.... 532 Brightest and best of..... 659 Far from the world....... 745 By thy Spirit, Lord....... 706 Far from these narrow.... 751 By whom was David.... 552 Father, how wide, thy.. 523 CAN sinners hope for.... 678 Father of all, we bow..... 589 Children of God, awake!, 735 Father of men, thy care... 629 Children of the heavenly.. 702 Father of mercies, God of. 713 Come, condescending..... 628 Father of mercies in...... 597 Come, every pious heart.. 666 Father of inercies, send... 624 Come, gracious Spirit..... 673 Father, whate'er of....... 709 Come, Holy Ghost, descend 738 Few are thy days, and.... 676 Come, Holy Spirit, come.. 527 Fierce passions discompose 551 Come, humble sinner..... 529 Frequent the day of... ... 736 Come in, thou blessed.... 741 From every earthly..
702 Corne, let our songs....... 743 From Greenland's icy..... 722 Come, let us anew....... 7:19 From whence these....... 516