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HYMNS

A Hymn of Glory Let Us Sing 400

b 3
&b b 4

1. A
2. Be
3. O

b
&b b

1. hymns
2. be
3. praise

b
&b b

1. by
2. throned
3. are,

b
&b b

1. cends
2. praise
3. Fa
-

hymn
now
ris -

of
our
en

through - out
our
fu
to
you

road
you
end

a
with
while

un
your
ther

to
name
and

glo joy
Christ,

the
ture
let

sing,
Lord,
Lord,

world shall
great re earth ac
-

be - fore
un
for - ev - er,
a - ges
less

ry
us
let
on
earth, O
as - cend - ed

AGINCOURT LM

throne
the
of
ter - nal
e
Spir - it,
with

Bede the Venerable, 673735


Tr. by Elizabeth Rundle Charles, 18281896, alt., and Benjamin Webb, 18191885

ring;
ward.
cord,

New
And
All

Christ
Then
Who

trod
we
run,

As Shall
With

God!
ly.
One.
English ballad melody

401 A Message Came to a Maiden Young


ANNUNCIATION Irregular

b b4
& b b 4 j

mes - sage
1. A
2. No great - er
3. He came, Gods
4. And some - times

b
& b bb

a
to
came
young,
maid - en
news could a mes - sen - ger
bring;
to the world here be - low;
Word
trum - pets from Si - on ring
out,

be - side
In shin - ing
her
1. an - gel stood
He came, who
2. twas from that young moth - er
A band who
3. round him there did gath - er
4. tramp - ing comes, and drum - ming; Thy king - dom

b
& b bb
1.
2.
3.
4.

tongue
gold - en
earth as a king,
teach - er to know
cry; and they shout,

b
& b bb

1.
2.
3.
4.

torn
earth
foes
nay

1.
2.
3.
4.

be
ty
lee
he,

a to
who
with

sun - der;
heav - en,
fought him;
- in
us;

By Gods
To dwell
set
He
The Love

Vs. 1: Dutch, tr. by Percy Dearmer, alt.


Vss. 24: Percy Dearmer, 18671936
Text 1928, Oxford University Press

He told what should


And yet was
all
Was een
to know
It comes! and still

in
The maid was lost
His truth has spread like
He healed the
sick who
to
Far, far
a - head,

1.
2.
3.
4.

b
& b bb

b
& b b b j

won lea sought


win

most
from
the
from

be - tide
her:
mens bro - ther:
the Fa - ther:
tis com - ing.

could
a the
shall

robes, and with


walked on the
found that this
come, so we

der; Her world


ven; Twill mar him, For - gave
us, Yet with

j
Ah! how
Till all
Be - side
Till all

The
For
And
And

was
ry
the
us,

she Christs moth - er


In char - i gree
Of Gal - i sea
That King is
see

de
high
to
sea
na - tions
i
Gal
-

cree!
sea.
free.
lee!

Dutch folk song


Nederlandsch Volkliederenboek, 1896

Abide with Me 402

b 4
&b b 4

1. A - bide with
2. Swift
to
its
3.
I
need thy
4.
I
fear no
5. Hold
thou thy

me:
fast
close
ebbs
pres - ence
foe,
with
cross
be -

b
&b b

b
&b b

b
&b b

1. The
dark - ness deep 2. Earths joys grow dim,
3. What
but thy grace
4. Ills
have no weight,
5. Shine through the gloom,

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

1. Help
of the
2.
O
thou who
3. Through cloud and
4.
I
tri - umph
5.
In
life, in

Henry Francis Lyte, 17931847

help - less,
chang - est
sun- shine,
still, if
death, O

falls the
e - ven - tide;
out lifes lit - tle
day,
ev - ry pass - ing
hour;
thee at hand to
bless;
fore my clos - ing
eyes;

Lord, with me
a - bide:
glo - ries pass a - way,
foil the tempt- ers power?
tears no
bit - ter - ness.
point me
skies;
to
the

ens;
its
can
and
and

help - ers
When
oth - er
Change and de - cay
in
my
Who
like thy - self
Where
is deaths sting? where,
Heavns morn - ing breaks, and

EVENTIDE 10 10 10 10

O
not,
Lord,
thou
Lord,

fail and
all
aguide and
grave, thy
earths vain

a
a
a
a
a

bide
bide
bide
bide
bide

flee,
com - forts
see;
round I
be?
stay can
vic - to - ry?
flee:
shad - ows

with
with
with
with
with

me.
me.
me.
me.
me.

William H. Monk, 18231889

403 branse Los Cielos


LET THE HEAVENS OPEN

2
&b 2

&b

&b

&b

&b

&b

&b

cie - los,
1. - bran - se los
2. Oh Sol del O - rien - te,
tie - rra,
3. Un yer-mo es la

los
las
ya

pra - dos: Lle - ga,


Re - den 1. los se - dien - tos
ful fun - dir las
nie - blas ven - ga
tu
2. a
ri - go - res de la ad - ver - si 3. ce - dan los

1. y el
e - rial sin
2. que el de - sier - to es
3. y
tie - rra
la

1. que es nues - tro


2. la
no - che
3. El
vi - vir

Is 45:8

dor;
rror;
dad;

tor,
gor;
dad,

pi - de ya el ro - c - o.
y el des - tie - rro a - mar - go.
vien - do el nue - vo
d - a.

r - o
lar - go
r - a

llue - van al Me - s - as
cla - ro ms que el d - a;
zar - zas s - lo
bro - tan.

cie - los,
1. - bran - se los
2. Oh Sol del O - rien - te,
tie - rra,
3. Un yer - mo es la

- den - tor.
- plan - dor.
- ni - dad.

co - lla - dos: Ven ya,


Sal - va
ti - nie - blas de muer - te y ho
las
en nues - tra he - re
flo - res

llue - van al Me - s - as
cla - ro ms que el d - a;
zar - zas s - lo
bro - tan.

con - sue - lo, nues - tro


Re
ce - da al res
som - br - a
es
gue - rra de la hu - ma

1. que es nues - tro


2. la
no - che
3. El
vi - vir

1. Cla - man
2. Hu - yan
3. Bro - ten

con - sue - lo, nues - tro


Re - den - tor.
som - br - a
ce - da al
res - plan - dor.
es
gue - rra de la hu - ma - ni - dad.

Traditional

Adis, O Virgen de Guadalupe 404


HAIL, O VIRGIN OF GUADALUPE

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2.
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fu
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de

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A - dis,
A - dis,
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1.
2.
3.
4.

1.
2.
3.
4.

o
to,
no
gen

ni can tro Vir -

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vi
ran
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dre
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&
1.
2.
3.
4.

O
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da,
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blo,
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del
del
del
mi

gen
gen,
gen
dre,

Sal
pe
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co

de Gua - da - lu
ma - dre que - ri
de Gua - da - lu
la ms a - ma

- va
- ca
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dor.
dor.
tor.
zn.

nom - brar - te
su e - res mi
vi siem - pre se a - gru in - com - pa - ra -

e - res mi
vi dul - ce es - pe - ran to - do tu pue da - me, Se - o -

da,
za
blo,
ra,

pe:
da,
pe
ble;

pe,
da,
pe,
ble;


a - dis,
a - dis
a - dis,
a - qu

oh
re oh
te

Des - de que
E - res mi en tu
An - te
A - dis, oh

e - res mi
dul - ce es - pe to - do tu
da - me, Se -

U U

mi so - lo a - mor.
en mi do - lor.
lle - no de a - mor.
tu ben - di - cin.
Traditional

405 Adis, Reina del Cielo


HAIL, QUEEN OF HEAVEN

6 j
&8

ESTRIBILLO

&

dre

dis,

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

le
dre
be
cier
dre
pu
de

& .

1. vuel
2. ra
3. vuel
4. o
5. San
6. vi
7. m

j
#

a.

tu
dis,
tu
de
dis,
dis,
dis,

jo con
del Sal lle - za al
ta el co del Hi ra que
li - cia y

j
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pe
va
de
ra
jo, a
la
mi a

va
da
va

ra,
to,
des
a,

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- na
- vi
- te, oh
- ja
Ma
cie

sar;
dor,
jar,
zn:
dis.
luz:
- mor,

tus plan
de
mi
tus plan
da - me
oh
cas
de - lan
a - dis,

oh

dis.

tro
lo,
tro
a,
dre;
gen,
to,

per
m
dul - ce
per - m
te lo en
del
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ja - ms,
a - dis,

be
a
ce - ro a
be
a
ben - di
a
po - sa
Je
de
a
dis,

Ma -

Ma - dre

j
j

no
ros
del
cie
no
ros
Ma - r
del
Pa
dre
Vir
lo en - can

- tas
sin - tas
tu
- ta Es - te
a -

lo,

A - dis,

a - dis,

A - dis,

di
Rei
di
jar
Hi
oh
del

cie

j
&

&

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#

del

del Sal - va - dor.

m
ESTROFAS

De
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

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me a
Ma
la
no a
Ma
ms
mi

que
te - me
pren - da a - do que
- te - me
Se - tre - go,
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ja - ms me ol oh Ma - dre
-

sar.
mor.
sar.
cin.
dis.
ss.

Al Estribillo

dis.
Traditional

#4
& 4

(hum)

Adoramus Te Domine 406

A - do - r-mus te

..

D - mi - ne.

We adore you, Lord.


Jacques Berthier, 19231994
Text and music 1979, Les Presses de Taiz,
GIA Publications, Inc., excl. North American agent

Adoremus in Aeternum 407

#
& # #

ANTIPHON

Ad - o - r - mus

in ae - tr - num sanc-ts - si - mum Sa - cra-mn-tum.

#
& ### #
&
#
Lau-d-te D-mi-num om-nes gen-tes: lau-d - te e-um om-nes p-pu-li.
# # Ad - o - r - mus in ae - tr - num sanc-ts - si - mum Sa - cra-mn-tum.
VERSES
&
#
com-fir
-m -ta est su-per
nos mi - se - re -cr -di #-a e - jus:
& #Qu-ni
- am
To Antiphon
# # Lau-d-te D-mi-num om-nes gen-tes: lau-d- te e-um om-nes p-pu-li.
&#
#

D- mi -ni ma - net in ae - tr- num.
& # et v - ri - tas
#
- am com-fir - m - ta est su-per nos mi - se - re
- jus:
- cr
& ## Qu-ni
# - di - a Toe Antiphon

- ri- a Pa - tri
et F - li - o, et Spi - r - #tu - i Sanc-to.
& Gl

# # et v - ri - tas D - mi - ni ma - net in ae - tr- num.

&#
#
- c - pi - o, et nunc,
# et sem - per:
& Si - cut
e - rat in prin

To Antiphon
# Gl - ri - a Pa - tri et F - li - o,
et Spi - r - tu - i Sanc-to.
& ## #
A - men.
& # et in sa - cu - la sae - cu - l - rum.

VERSES
ANTIPHON

Si - cut

#
& #

e - rat

in

prin - c - pi - o,

semChant,
- per:Mode V

et nunc, et

Let us worship forever the most holy Sacrament.


To Antiphon
O praise the Lord, all ye nations: praise him, all ye people.
For his mercy is confirmed upon us: and the truth of the Lord remaineth for ever.
Glory to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit: as it was in the beginning,
and is
and ever
be, world
etnow, in
sashall
- cu
- la without
sae end.
- cuAmen.
- l - rum.
A - men.

Chant, Mode V

408 Adoro Te Devote

##

ADORO TE DEVOTE 65 65 D

&

te
de 1. Ad - - ro
ta - ctus,
2. Vi - sus,
ce
la 3. In cru
sic - ut
4. Pla - gas,
mo - ri 5. O me
pel - li 6. Pi - e
quem ve 7. Je - su,

#
& #

fi 1. Quae sub his


2. Sed au - d - tu
la - tet
3. At hic
ta - men
4. De - um
vi - vus,
5. Pa - nis
6. Me im - mn - dum
fi - at
7. O - ro,

#
& #
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Ti - bi
Cre - do
Am - bo
Fac me
Prae - sta
Cu - jus
Ut, te

se
quid
ta
ti
me
u
re

v
gu
t

g
so
si

te,
stus
bat
mas,
le
ne,
tum

me
vi
mun il
-

cor
- quid
men
bi
ae
na
ve -

Tho
c
-

ris
lo
mul

D
fl
D
t
D
D
a - sp

la - tens
te
in
so - la
non in mor - tis
Je - su
nunc

l
ve - re
cr
tu - to
hu - m
et
con - f
te
prae - stans h
sn
tu - o
s
quod tam

um
tam
da
lud

me
di
cre
sem
men
stil
l

- um
xit
- dens
- per
- ti
la
ta
-

#
& #

- i - li - i - e - mi - mi - ci -

tas,
tur,
tas,

or:
ni,
ne,
o,

- ti - tas:
- di - tur:
- ni - tas:
- te - or:
- mi - ni,
- gui - ne.
- ti - o:

to - tum sb - ji - cit,
F - li - us:
De - i
at - que cn - fi - tens,
ma - gis cr - de - re,
v - ve - re,
te
de
sal - vum f - ce - re
cer - nens f - ci - e,

te con - tm - plans
to - tum d - fi - cit.
1. Qui - a
2. Nil hoc ver - bo ve - ri - t - tis v - ri - us.
la - tro pa - ni- tens.
3. Pe - to quod pe - t - vit
te di - li - ge - re.
4. In te spem ha - b - re,
il - li sem - per
dul - ce s - pe - re.
5. Et te
ab
o - mni sc - le - re.
6. To - tum mun- dum quit
tu - ae gl - ri - ae.
7. Vi - su sim be - - tus

Thomas Aquinas, 12251274

For English versions, see Godhead Here in Hiding, #541 & #542 and
Humbly We Adore Thee, #570.

men.
Chant, Mode V

Ah, Holy Jesus 409

b
& b b b 44
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Ah,
Who
Lo,
For
There -

b
& b bb

HERZLIEBSTER JESU 11 11 11 5

ho - ly
Je - sus,
was the guilt - y?
the good Shep - herd
me, kind Je - sus,
fore, kind Je - sus,

1. That man to
judge thee
A - las, my
2.
trea - son,
3. The slave hath
sin - ned,
4. Thy mor - tal
sor - row,
a - dore thee,
do
I
5.

b
& b bb
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

By
Twas
For
Thy
Think

b
& b bb

1. ject
2. nied
3. heed 4. Pas 5. swerv -

how hast thou


Who brought this
the sheep
for
was thine In can I
since

hath
Je and
and
and

in
sus,
the
thy
will

de - rid - ed,
foes
Lord
I,
Je - sus,
a - tone - ment,
mans
death of
an - guish
thy
on
ty
pi
-

ed,
thee:
eth,
sion,
ing,

Johann Heermann, 15851647


Tr. by Robert S. Bridges, 18441930

O
I
God
For
Not

of - fend - ed,
up - on thee?
is
of - fered;
car - na - tion,
not
pay thee,

hate pre - tend - ed?


hath un - done thee.
Son hath
suf - fered;
lifes ob - la - tion;
ev - er
pray thee,

re own
de was
noth - ing
bit - ter
un love

thine
by
it
I
while he
thy
and
thy
and

af most
cru - ci in - ter sal my
de my

flict
cied
ceed
va
serv

ed.
thee.
eth.
tion.
ing.

Johann Crger, 15981662

410 All Creatures of Our God and King

#
& # 23

LASST UNS ERFREUEN 88 8 88 with Refrain

all things their

1. up your
2. clouds that
3. mu - sic
4. fold - est
5. giv - ing
6. ing to
7. wor - ship

#
& #
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Al
Al
Al
Al
Al
Al
Al

#
& #

le
le
le
le
le
le
le

1. Thou
Ye
2.
3. Thou
4. Let
5. Praise
6. And
7. And

#
& #

#
& #

crea - tures of
our God and
so
rush - ing wind that art
flow - ing wa - ter, pure and
moth - er earth, who day by
ten - der
all
ye men of
thou, most kind and gen - tle

1. All
2. Thou
3. Thou
4. Dear
5. And
6. And
7. Let

#
& #

al - le

cre - a - tor

voice and with us


sing:
sail in heavn a - long,
for thy Lord to
hear,
bless - ings on our
way,
oth - ers, take your
part,
hush our lat - est
breath,
him in hum - ble - ness,

lu
lu
lu
lu
lu
lu
lu

his
and
our
the

lu

day
heart,
death,
bless,

Un For Wait And

Al - le
O
Al - le

praise
sing
praise
praise

lu - ia!
praise him!
- lu - ia,

O
O
O
O

him!
ye,
him!
him!

Based on Francis of Assisi, 11821226


Tr. by William H. Draper, 18551933

moon with soft - er


gleam:
a
eve - ning, find
voice:
man both warmth and
light:
al - so
glo - ry
show:
on
him
cast your
care:
Lord
the
way hath
trod:
Three - in - One:
Spir - it,

ver
of
est

praise him,

Lift
Ye
Make

ia! Thou burn - ing sun with gold - en beam,


ia! Thou
ris - ing morn, in praise re - joice,
ia! Thou
fire so mas - ter - ful and bright,
ia!
The flowrs and fruits that in thee grow,
ia!
Ye
who long pain and sor - row bear,
ia! Thou
lead - est home the child of
God,
ia! Praise, praise the Fa - ther, praise the Son,

sil lights
giv them
God
Christ
praise

King,
strong,
clear,

ia,

praise

al - le

him,

w.

lu

Al - le - lu - ia,

ia!

Geistliche Kirchengesnge, Cologne, 1623

4. Let
5. Praise
6. And
7. And

#
& #

#
& #

al - le

them
God
Christ

his
and
our

glo - ry
on
him
Lord
the

praise

the

Spir - it,

praise him,

lu

al - le

praise

ia,

al - so
show:
cast your
care:
way hath
trod:
Three - in - One:

him,

lu

Based on Francis of Assisi, 11821226


Tr. by William H. Draper, 18551933

Al - le - lu - ia,

w.

ia!

Geistliche Kirchengesnge, Cologne, 1623

For Spanish version, see Oh, Criaturas del Seor, #693.

All Glory Be to God on High 411

& b 64

ry
of
ly

glo Lamb
on -

1. All
2. O
3. You

&b

&b

&b

1. peace
2. God
3. came

&b

on
the
for

earth
Fa
our

1. fail - ing - ly
2. sac - ri - ficed
3. Gods true Son,

ALLEIN GOTT IN DER HH 87 87 887

to
Lord
the

be
God,
are

God
Je Ho -

from
heav - en,
ther
us,
gave
sal - va - tion,

Be
his
to
Up - on
the
The first - born

peo cross
of

on high,
sus Christ,
One,
ly

And
Whom
Who

un And Gods good - will


Who for
the world was
are
And on - ly you

ple
giv to
save
cre - a
-

en.
us;
tion.

We
And,
You

great glo - ry
for judg - ment
the Spir - it,

O
Al - might - y
1. thanks and praise,
God,
Fa
up - on
2. there must stand, Have mer - cy, Lord,
a - lone Share in
the Fa - thers glo
3. you

Nikolaus Decius, c. 14901541


Tr. by F. Bland Tucker, 18951984
Tr. 1978, Church Pension Fund

we raise For your


1. bless, we wor - ship you,
at Gods right hand, And we
you sit
2. as
Lord we own And, with
3. on - ly, Christ, as

ther.
us.
ry.

Nikolaus Decius, c. 14901541

412 All Glory, Laud, and Honor

b4
&b 4
&b

ST. THEODULPH 76 76 D

All

Thou
The
The
To
Thou

b
&b
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

To whom the lips of

b
&b
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

glo - ry, laud, and

hon - or

To

thee, Re - deem - er,

King!

chil - dren Made sweet ho - san - nas ring.

art the King of


com - pa - ny of
peo - ple of the
thee be - fore thy
didst ac - cept their

Is - ra - el,
an - gels
brews
He
pas - sion
prais - es;

Who in the Lords Name


And mor - tal men, and
Our praise and prayers and
To thee, now high ex Who in
all good de -

. j

Thou Da - vids roy - al Son,


Are prais - ing thee on high;
With palms be - fore thee went:
They sang their hymns of praise:
Ac - cept the prayers we bring,

D.C.

com - est, The King and Bless - ed One.


things Cre - a - ted, make re - ply.
all
thems Be - fore thee we pre - sent.
an
alt - ed, Our mel - o - dy we raise.
light - est, Thou good and gra - cious King.

Theodulph of Orleans, c. 760821


Tr. by John M. Neale, 18181866, alt.

Melchior Teschner, 15841635

For Spanish version, see Honor, Loor y Gloria, #566.

413 All Glory, Laud, and Honor


AD CHRISTUM REGEM 76 76 D

4
&b 4
&b

All

glo - ry, laud, and

To whom the lips of

&b
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Thou
The
The
To
Thou

&b

hon - or

To

Is - rael,
an - gels
He - brews
pas - sion
prais - es;

thee, Re - deem - er,

chil - dren Made sweet ho - san - nas

art the King of


com - pa - ny of
peo - ple of the
thee be - fore thy
didst ac - cept their

King!

ring.

Thou Da - vids roy - al


Are prais - ing thee on
With palms be - fore thee
They sang their hymns of
Ac - cept the prayers we

Son,
high;
went:
praise:
bring,

D.C.

&b

&b

To whom the lips of

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Thou
The
The
To
Thou

&b
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Is - rael,
an - gels
He - brews
pas - sion
prais - es;

Who in the Lords Name


And mor - tal men, and
Our praise and prayers and
To thee, now high ex Who in
all good de -

ring.

Thou Da - vids roy - al


Are prais - ing thee on
With palms be - fore thee
They sang their hymns of
Ac - cept the prayers we

Son,
high;
went:
praise:
bring,

D.C.

com - est, The King and Bless - ed One.


things Cre - a - ted, make re - ply.
all
an - thems Be - fore thee we pre - sent.
alt - ed, Our mel - o - dy we raise.
light - est, Thou good and gra - cious King.

Theodulph of Orleans, c. 760821


Tr. by John M. Neale, 18181866, alt.

Richard Rice
Music 2010, Richard Rice

All Hail, Adored Trinity 414

#
& 44

OLD HUNDREDTH LM

1. All
2. Three
3. O

#
&

#
&

God the
ev - er
an - gels

a - dor - ed
hail,
Per - sons praise we
O
Trin - i - ty!

1. hail, e - ter - nal


2. on - ly God our
3. pres - ent as we

1.
2.
3.

chil - dren Made sweet ho - san - nas

art the King of


com - pa - ny of
peo - ple of the
thee be - fore thy
didst ac - cept their

Son,
kind,
sing

Latin, c. 11th cent.


Tr. by John D. Chambers, 18051893

Trin
ev
U

U - ni - ty;
a - dore:
hearts
wor - ship
thee;

And
God
May
we
U - nite

i
er
ni

O
In
And

ty;
more,
ty!

All
One
Be

God the Fa - ther,


thy sure mer - cy,
with the songs that

the Spir - it,


ev - er
our strong pro - tec - tion
the hymns of
praise we

one.
find.
bring.

Pseaumes octante trois de David, Geneva, 1551


Attr. to Louis Bourgeois, c. 15101561

415 All Hail the Power of Jesus Name

& b 44
1.
2.
3.
4.

CORONATION 86 86 86

All
Ye
Let
O

1.
2.
3.
4.

fall;
fall,
ball,
fall,

&b

crown
crown
crown
crown

Bring
Hail
To
Well

him
him
him
him

of
of
of
of

dem And
grace, And
cribe, And
song, And

di by
ty
last -

him
him
him
him

crown
crown
crown
crown

a - dem And
his grace, And
as - cribe, And
ing song, And

Bring forth the roy - al


Hail him who saves you
To
him all maj - es Well join the ev - er -

all;
all;
all;
all;

an - gels pros - trate


ran-somed from the
this ter - res - trial
at his feet may

Je - sus name! Let


Is - raels race, Ye
ev - ry tribe, On
sa - cred throng, We

Lord
Lord
Lord
Lord

a his
as ing

di by
ty
last -

forth the roy - al


him who saves you
him all
maj - es join the
ev - er -

&b
1.
2.
3.
4.

hail the powr of


cho - sen seed of
ev - ry kin - dred,
that with yon - der

& b .
1.
2.
3.
4.

Lord
Lord
Lord
Lord

of
of
of
of

Edward Perronet, 17261792


Alt. by John Rippon, 17511836, alt.

all.
all.
all.
all.

Oliver Holden, 17651844

416 All My Hope on God is Founded


MICHAEL 87 87 337

& b .

my
1. All
2. Pride of
3. Dai - ly
4. Gods great

&b
1.
2.
3.
4.

hope on
found is
God
man and earth - ly
glo doth thal - might - y
giv good- ness aye
en - dur -

trust re - new;
tray mans trust;
be - stow;
us
pas - sing thought:

&b

1. On - ly
2. Towr and
3. Pleas - ure

ed;
ry;
er
eth,

He
Sword
Boun Deep

Me through change and chance


and toil
What with
care
de - sire
His
our soul
Splen - dor,
light, and life

good and on - ly
tem - ple fall to
leads us where we

true.
dust.
go.

doth still my
and crown be teous gifts on
his wis - dom,

he guid - eth,
he build - eth,
de - light - eth,
at - tend him,

God un - known, He
But Gods powr, Hour
Love doth stand
At

a by
his

1.
2.
3.
4.

trust re - new;
tray mans trust;
be - stow;
us
pas - sing thought:

&b

Me through change and chance


and toil
What with
care
de - sire
His
our soul
Splen - dor,
light, and life

1. On - ly
good and on 2. Towr and tem - ple fall
3. Pleas - ure leads us where
4. Beau - ty spring - eth out

&b

ly
God un - known, He
true.
to dust.
But Gods powr, Hour
we
Love doth stand
At
go.
of naught. Ev - er - more From

Calls my
my
Is
Joy doth
New - born

1. lone
2. hour,
3. hand;
4. store

he guid - eth,
he build - eth,
de - light - eth,
at - tend him,

heart
tem wait
worlds

to
ple
on
rise

be
and
his
and

his
my
com a
-

Joachim Neander, 16501680


Tr. by Robert S. Bridges, 18441930

a by
his
his

own.
towr.
mand.
dore.

Herbert Howells, 18921983


Music 1968, Novello & Co., Ltd.

All Nations, Clap Your Hands 417


ST. THOMAS (WILLIAMS) SM

& b 44

1. All
2. A
3. With
4. O

&b

1. shouts
2. gave
3. tri 4. make

na - tions,
our
bove
as shouts
in
sing

all
tage
prais na -

Anonymous

lands The
the
chose The
he
sing, For
es
tions reigns, And

your
clap
might - y
our
cends
joy - ful

Lord,
rich
God
ho -

For
And
Praise
God

hands,
foes
King,
strains

tri - umph ring,


of
powr to
us
stand,
umphs stir - ring
call;
glo - ry
his
known;

& b n
1.
2.
3.
4.

Let
He
With
And

o might - y
her our
as
God, praise God,
all
o - ver

Most High is
and prom - ised
Lord of
is
his
is
ly

ver
i his
the

King.
land.
all.
throne.
Aaron Williams, 17311776

418 All People That on Earth Do Dwell

#4
& 4

OLD HUNDREDTH LM

1. All
2. Know
O
3.
4. For
To
5.
*6. Praise

#
&

#
&

peo - ple
that the
en - ter
why? The
Fa - ther,
God, from

that
Lord
then
Lord
Son,
whom

on
is
his
our
and
all

the Lord with cheer 1. to


he
aid
our
did
2. out
his courts
3. proach with joy
for - ev is
4. mer - cy
5. God whom heavn and earth
crea - tures here
all
6. him,

1. praise forth
us
2. doth
3. name al 4. firm - ly
an - gel 5.
6. heavn - ly

do
earth
in God
with
gates
is
God
Ho - ly
bless - ings

ful
us
un

Sing
With Ap His
The
Praise

serve with mirth, his


are his folk, he
laud, and bless his
all times
truth at
men and from the
him a - bove, ye

voice; Him
make; We
- to; Praise,
er
sure; His
a - dore, From
be - low; Praise

dwell,
deed;
praise;
good:
Ghost,
flow;

be - fore him and


re - joice.
tell, Come
ye
us
feed, And
for his sheep he doth
take.
is seem - ly
to
ways, For
it
so
do.
en - dure.
stood, And shall from age to
age
Be
host
praise and glo - ry
ev - er - more.
host: Praise
Fa - ther, Son, and Ho - ly
Ghost.

Ps 100:14
William Kethe, c. 1530c. 1608
Alt. as in Scottish Psalter, 1650
Vs. 6: Thomas Ken, 16371711

Pseaumes octante trois de David, Geneva, 1551


Attr. to Louis Bourgeois, c.1510c. 1561

* May be sung alone or as an alternative to verse 5.

419 All Praise to Thee, for Thou, O King Divine


ENGELBERG 10 10 10 with Alleluias

& b 44

&b

1. All praise to
thee,
2. Thou came to
us
3. Let this mind
be
4. Where- fore, by Gods
ev ry tongue
5. Let

1. Did yield the


glo
2. By thee the
out
a
3. Who was
ser
4. Art high ex - alt
5. In heavn and earth

- ry
- cast
- vant
- ed
that

for thou, O
in low - li in us which
e - ter - nal
con - fess with

that
and
that
oer
Je -

of
the
we
all
sus

King di ness of
was in
pur - pose,
one ac -

right was
poor were
might be
crea - tures
Christ is

vine,
thought;
thee,
thou
cord

thine,
sought,
free,
now,
Lord;

&b

1. All praise to
thee,
2. Thou came to
us
3. Let this mind
be
4. Where- fore, by Gods
ev ry tongue
5. Let

1. Did yield the


glo
2. By thee the
out
a
3. Who was
ser
4. Art high ex - alt
5. In heavn and earth

&b

&b

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

That in
And by
Hum- bling
And givn
And God

1.5. Al

- ry
- cast
- vant
- ed
that

our
dark - ened
thy
death was
thy - self
to
the
Name to
the
Fa - ther

le

for thou, O
in low - li in us which
e - ter - nal
con - fess with

of
the
we
all
sus

that
and
that
oer
Je -

64

ia!

lu

F. Bland Tucker, 18951984


Text 1943, Church Pension Fund

#
&

1.
2.
3.
4.

1.
2.
3.
4.

ROYAL OAK 76 76 with Refrain

. J

Each lit - tle flowr


The pur - ple - head The cold wind in
He gave us eyes

won - der - ful, The Lord God made them all.

that
o - pens,
ed moun- tain,
the win - ter,
to
see them,

He made their glow - ing


The sun - set and the
The ripe fruits in the
How great is God Al -

Cecil F. Alexander, 18181898, alt.

beau-ti - ful, All crea-tures great and small,

All things wise and

&

thine,
sought,
free,
now,
Lord;

Charles V. Stanford, 18521924

All things bright and

All Things Bright and Beautiful 420

#
& 44
#
&

thy grace might shine.


sal - va - tion wrought.
on Cal - va - ry.
all knees shall bow.
by
a - dored.
all

hearts
Gods
death
which
be

right was
poor were
might be
crea - tures
Christ is

vine,
thought;
thee,
thou
cord

King di ness of
was in
pur - pose,
one ac -

col - ors,
morn- ing
gar - den,
might - y,

Each
The
The
And

lit - tle bird that sings:


run - ning by,
riv - er
pleas - ant sum - mer sun,
lips that we might tell

He made their
That bright - ens
He made them
Who has made

ti up
ev all

D.C.

ny
wings.
the
sky.
ry
one.
things well.
English melody

421 All Ye Peoples, Bless the Lord

#
& 23

CHISLEHURST 77 77 with Alleluias

1. All ye peo 2. Praise the Lord


3. Praise the Lord,
4. All who know
5. O be joy -

#
&

1. Sing
2. Now
3. Come
4. Live
5. In

to
we
be to
his

All
His
By
In
All

#
& w

the earth his


maj - es - tic
the pow - ers
his love he
ye thank - ful

1. name.
2. fear.
3. land.
4. share.
5. praise.

ples,
with
the
and
ful

in
no
what
his
we

him
live,
hold
see
life

#
&
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

bless the
joy - ful
might - y
love the
in the

one
more
he
great
are

Lord;
cry.
one!
Lord,
Lord;

ac - cord:
to die.
has done.
re - ward.
re- stored.

Al - le - lu - ia!

Al - le - lu -

ia!

#.

w.

powr pro - claim; Shout the


glo - ries of his
See his foes
strength re - vere;
all bow in
Sea was changed
of his hand
in - to dry
hears our prayer That his grace
with us hell
na - tions raise Hymns and psalms
of glo- rious

Al - le - lu - ia! Al - le - lu - ia!

John Dunn
Text John Dunn

Al

le - lu

ia!

Sydney H. Nicholson, 18751947


Music Proprietors of Hymns Ancient and Modern

422 All You Who Seek a Comfort Sure

#
& 44

KINGSFOLD CMD

#
&

#
&

you who seek a com-fort sure In trou- ble and dis - tress,
1. All
2. You hear how kind - ly he in- vites; You hear his words so blest:

1. What - ev - er sor- row vex the mind, Or guilt the soul op - press,
2. All you that la - bor come to me, And I will give you rest.

1. Je - sus, who gave him - self for you Up - on the cross to die,
2. Christ Je - sus, joy
of saints on high, The hope of sin- ners here,

#
&

#

&

1. What - ev - er sor- row vex the mind, Or guilt the soul op - press,
2. All you that la - bor come to me, And I will give you rest.

1. Je - sus, who gave him - self for you Up - on the cross to die,
2. Christ Je - sus, joy
of saints on high, The hope of sin- ners here,

#
&

sa- cred heart; Oh,


1. O - pens to you his
2. At - tract- ed by those lov- ing words To

to that heart draw nigh.


you we lift
our prayer.
Traditional English folk song

Quicumque certum quaeritis


Latin, 18th cent.
Tr. by Edward Caswall, 18141878

Alleluia! Alleluia! Hearts to Heaven 423

#
& 44

#
& .

1. Al - le - lu - ia!
i - ron
2. Now the
3. Al - le - lu - ia!

1. voic
2. life
3. God

#
&

1. Sing
2. On
3. Who

#
&

1. cross
2. and
3. to

es raise;
is born,
on high;

to
this
has

as
we
the

a
God
of praise.
hymn
res - ur - rec - tion morn.
won the
vic - to - ry;

Sav - ior
con - quer
Spir - it,

Al - le - lu - ia! Hearts to heavn and


bars are bro - ken, Christ from death to
to
be
Al - le - lu - ia!
Glo - ry

a
God
Sing to
Glo - rious life and
Al - le - lu - ia

#
&
1.
2.
3.

HYMN TO JOY 87 87 D

For
By
Fount

hymn of glad - ness,


life
im - mor - tal,
to
the Sav - ior

the
He, who on
tri- umphed,
Christ has
Al - le - lu - ia

the worlds sal - va - tion bled,


his might - y
en - ter - prise,
love and
of
sanc - ti - ty;

. j

Je - sus Christ, the King of glo - ry, Now is ris - en from the dead.
We with him to life e - ter - nal By his res - ur - rec - tion rise.
To the Tri - une Maj - es - ty.
Al - le - lu - ia! Al - le - lu - ia!

Christopher Wordsworth, 18071885

Ludwig van Beethoven, 17701827


Adapt. by Edward Hodges, 17961867

424 Alleluia! Alleluia! Let the Holy Anthem Rise


ALLELUIA! ALLELUIA! 87 87 D

b
& b 43

b
&b

the choirs
has ris
the life

And
He
From

b
&b

b
&b

b
& b .

1. tem - ple
2. dark - ness
that
3. life

of the
of the
nev - er

Al - le - lu - ia! Let the ho - ly an- them


Al - le - lu - ia! Like the sun
from out the
Al - le - lu - ia! Bless- ed Je - sus, make us

1. Al - le - lu - ia!
2. Al - le - lu - ia!
3. Al - le - lu - ia!

1. rise,
2. wave,
3. rise

1. glad - ness, And the


2. na - tions, Hes the
3. por - tion When the

the moun - tains skip with


Let
Hes the splen - dor of the
May your glo
ry be our
-

skies;
grave,
dies.

In the
of heav - en chant
it
en up in
tri - umph From the
To the
of this cor - rup - tion

joy
lamp
days

ful val - leys


of end - less
of time are

ring
day;
past,

With Ho Hes the


And the

To our Sav - ior and our King.


1. san - nas in the high - est
2. ver - y Lord of glo - ry Who is ris - en up to - day.
3. dead shall be a - wak - ened By the trum - pets might- y blast.

Anon.

Traditional American melody

Alleluia, Alleluia! 425


Sing a New Song to the Lord

b3
&b 2 w
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Al
Al
Al
Al
Al

le
le
le
le
le

b
&b
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

to
va bra o car -

b
&b w

lu
lu
lu
lu
lu

BRYN MYRDDIN 87 87 77

ia,
ia,
ia,
ia,
ia,

w.

Al
Al
Al
Al
Al

the Lord.
Shout for
tion known.
the
In
tion sing.
Sound the
ceans roar.
Moun - tains,
nate Son;
Glo - ry

b
&b

w.

has done,
he
joy - ful song;
praise re - sound;
re - joice;
now
and sing;
joice

John Dunn
Text John Dunn

lu
lu
lu
lu
lu


King
For
Let
To
Praise

w.

ac - cord.
is shown.
the King.
a - dore.
in one.

ia! Sing
a new song
ia! He
has made sal ia! Psalms of cel - e ia! Riv - ers, seas and
ia! Glo - ry
thInto

and
of
in
in
the -

joy
sight
harp
hills
to

to
in
1. Sing
him
glad
his right - eous - ness
2. Now
3. Sound the trum - pet
for
4. Clap your hands; your Lord
the Spir - it,
5. With
three

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

le
le
le
le
le

tell
ev glad
praise
ter -

Tell
Sing
Let
All
Cel -

of
the
all,
his might - y
the heavns with
the Lord
up the
ev - er -

his
prais - es,
ry
na - tion
re - joic - ing;
u - nit - ing,
nal
Fa - ther;

the
to
the
cre
e-

won - ders
a
him
earth with
- a - tion
re brate,

w.

Ho - ly One!
is strong.
arm
be crowned.
joy
your voice.
lift
last - ing King!
J. Morgan Nicholas, 18951963

426 Alleluia! Sing to Jesus!


HYFRYDOL 87 87 D

3
&b 4
1.
2.
3.
4.

&b

Al
Al
Al
Al

1. scep 2. left
3. earth
4. Lord

le
le
le
le

lu
lu
lu
lu

ter,
in
our
of

tri - umph, His


near
us, Faith
sin - ful Flee
Ma - ry, Earth

&b

1.
2.
3.
4.

might - y
flood;
days
were oer,
plead
for
me,
great
High Priest;

na
prom sin
Vic
-

tion
ise,
less
tim

William C. Dix, 18371898

Sing
Not
Bread
King

Al
Al
Al
Al

Hath
I
Sweep
In

Je Shall
Where
Thou

le
le
le
le

.
lu
lu
lu
lu

the vic - to be - lieves, nor


to thee from
thy foot - stool,

Je - sus! His
to
or - phans Are
as
An - gels, Thou
of
e - ter - nal, Thee

songs
of
peace - ful
Si
cloud from sight
re - ceived
ces - sor, friend
sin of
in
the
veil
en hast

&b
1.
2.
3.
4.

ia!
ia!
ia!
ia!

his
the throne;
sor - row now;
food, our stay;
lords we own;

&b
1.
2.
3.
4.

&b
1.
2.
3.
4.

on Thun him, When


ners, Earths
tered, Robed

sus
our
the
on

re - deemed
with
am
a - cross
Eu the

out
hearts
songs
earth

us
you
the
cha -

the
is
the
of

the
we
on
the

His
He
Here
Born

ia!
ia!
ia!
ia!

ry
a - lone;
ques - tions how:
day
day:
to
heavn thy throne:

Hark!
Though
In Thou

the
the
ter with -

like
der
a
for - ty
the
Re - deem - er,
flesh,
in
our

ev of
for - get
all
of
Priest
both

ry
his
the
and

by
his blood.
ev - er - more?
crys - tal
sea.
ris - tic feast.
Rowland H. Prichard, 18111887

Alma, Bendice a Dios 427

3
&b 4

1. Al
2. Al
3. Al
4. Al

& b .
1.
2.
3.
4.

ma,
ma,
ma,
ma,

glo
bier
fuen
ni

&b

di
di
di
di

& b .

nad
br
lor;
tud,

y
him - nos de ho - nor
por - que su
gra - cia es
su dies- tra es om - ni Se - as por
siem - pre

vic
e
po
ben

Joachim Neander, 16501680


Tr. by Federico Fliedner, 18451901

For English version, see Praise to the Lord, #721.

sal
do
do
do

ar - pa y
to de
to en
to de

mer - ce
sus
con - du
te
cre -
te
to - do el
pue

tad,
n,
sor
lud,

po - ten - te
los
or - bes
tu
vi - da
su a - mor in -

me - mo
pa - ter
cle - men
re - pi

Rey
que a
de
por

de
y
que
con

Dios,
Dios
Dios,
Dios

ria;
na,
te,
to;

des - per per - do de - fen sa mi

a
a
a
a

ce
ce
ce
ce

vi - va en
la
t
ti
con
cien - te
ma - no
sos - tie - ne
te
lud
Dios su a - la - ban - za

1. Oh,
2. te
3. tu
4. Dios,

1.
2.
3.
4.

ben
ben
ben
ben

&b
1.
2.
3.
4.

LOBE DEN HERREN 14 14 4 7 8

to
ter
ten
di

de
go la
fi -

des
ce
y en
blo

es
pa
sa
de

ria.
na;
te;
to;

te - rio en te
mal
tran - ce y
bien ple -

to
li
do
ni

ria!
na.
te.
to!

Erneuertes Gesangbuch, Stralsund, 1665

428 Alma Redemptoris Mater

&

Al

ma

Red - em - pt - ris

Ma - ter,

&

&

quae
pr - vi - a
cae - li
por - ta
ma - nes,
Al
ma
Red - em - pt - ris
Ma - ter,
&

&
- la ma - ris, suc - cr - re ca - dn - ti
Et
stel
quae
pr - vi - a
cae - li
por - ta
ma - nes,

&

&

sr - ge - re qui cu - rat p - pu - lo:


Tu quae ge - nu - - sti,
Et
stel - la
ma - ris,
suc - cr - re
ca - dn - ti

& &

na - t - ra mi - rn - te,
tu - um san-ctum Ge - ni - t - rem:
sr - ge - re qui cu - rat p - pu - lo:
Tu quae ge - nu - - sti,
-


&



&
- ri - us, Ga- bri- - lis ab o - reVir - go pri - us ac po - st

& -


&
su- mens il - lud A - ve,
pec - ca - t - rum
mi - se - r - re. na - t - ra

mi - rn - te,

Vir - go pri - us

Hermanus Contractus, 10131054

ac

&

tu - um san-ctum Ge - ni - t

po - st - ri - us,

Ga - bri - - lis

rem:

ab

o - re

Chant, Mode V

Loving Mother of our Savior, who are forever the gate of heaven and star of the sea,
help all your children, who, though falling, seek to rise again. You brought forth
your own Maker while all nature wondered. You were ever a virgin, before and after
you received from Gabriel that first solemn Ave. Have mercy on us sinners.

su- mens il - lud A - ve,

Hermanus Contractus, 10131054

pec - ca - t - rum

mi - se - r

re.

Chant, Mode V

#6
& 8

Altsimo Seor 429

. j
J

Estribillo: Al - t - si - mo Se al 1. Va - ya - mos al
2. Je - ss es nues - tra
3. Re - ci - be, fiel mor 4. Quien co - me de es - te

#
& j

.
J

tar

E: Qui - sie - ra con fer 1. Su san - gre es ri - co


2. Su car - ne fuer - za
a re - ci 3. Ve - nid
4. la pren - da tie - ne en

vor
don
da
bir
s

#
& j

#
& j

j
.

a quien por
su Cuer - po
1.
a 2. de paz,
3. que es pren - da
4. pues Cris - to

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m
pan
mor
de e
Dios

var
Cruz
tial
dad

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que su - pis - teis jun


do mue - re el buen Je
Je - ss es nues - tro
la san - ta Co - mu
de es - pi - ri - tual vir

or,
tar
luz,
tal,
pan

al E: a un tiem- po en el
1. que - rien - do re - no 2. los
ra - yos de la
3. di - vi - no ma - nan 4. y
be - be con pie -

LORD MOST HIGH

ser Cor - de - ro y
los fru - tos de
a - lum- bran a
de gra - cia y re del c - liz de

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su
den sa -

tor.
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a - mar
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de e - ter - na be a - ti - tud,

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.

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ter
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vir.
ll.

Traditional

430 Amazing Grace! How Sweet the Sound


NEW BRITAIN CM

& b 43

1.
A 2. Twas
3. The
4. Through
5. When

&b
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

saved
grace
word
have
shin -

& b .
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

maz - ing
that
grace
has
Lord
man - y
been
weve

a
my
my
al ing

How sweet
the
grace!
my heart
to
taught
to
prom - ised good
and
dan - gers, toils,
ten
there
thou - sand

wretch like me!


re - lieved.
fears
se - cures.
hope
come.
read - y
the
sun,
as

now
grace
por safe
sing

I
How
He
Tis
Weve

am found, Was blind,


ap - pear, The hour
be
tion
As long
far,
thus
And grace
Gods praise Than when

but now
first
I
life
as
will lead
weve first

was lost,
cious did
my shield
hath brought
less days

once
pre will
grace
no

That
And
His
I
Bright

sound
fear,
me,
snares,
years,

but
that
and
me
to

see!
I
be - lieved!
en - dures.
home.
me
be - gun.

Traditional American melody

Vss. 14: John Newton, 17251807, alt.


Vs. 5: Anonymous

431 America
AMERICA 664 6664

3
&b 4
1.
2.
3.
4.

My
My
Let
Our

& b .
1.
2.
3.
4.

lib
no
all
lib

& b .

1. From

coun - try,
na - tive
mu - sic
fa - thers

- er - ty,
- ble free,
the trees
- er - ty,

fa 1.
2. rocks
3. tongues
4. land

&b

thers
and
a be


ev - ry

tis
coun
swell
God,

Of
Thy
Sweet
To

died,
rills,
wake;
bright

of thee,
try, thee,
the breeze,
to thee,

I
thee
sing;
I
name
love;
free - doms song:
thee we
sing:

the
of
Land
Thy woods and
that
all
Let
free - doms
With

moun - tain - side

of
the
from
of

Land where my
love thy
I
Let mor - tal
Long may our

pil - grims pride,


tem - pled hills;
par - take;
breathe
ly light;
ho
-


Let

Sweet land
of
Land
ring
And
Au - thor

free - dom

ring.

&

fa 1.
2. rocks
3. tongues
4. land

&b

1. From
2. My
3. Let
4. Pro -

thers
and
a be

died,
rills,
wake;
bright

the
of
Land
Thy woods and
that
all
Let
free - doms
With

pil - grims pride,


tem - pled hills;
par - take;
breathe
ly light;
ho
-

ry
moun - tain - side
with rap - ture thrills
their
si - lence break,
us
thy might,
by

ev heart
rocks
tect

free - dom
a that
sound pro God, our

Let
Like
The
Great

Samuel F. Smith, 18081895

ring.
bove.
long.
King.

Thesaurus Musicus, London, 1740

America the Beautiful 432

b4
&b 4
1.
2.
3.
4.

O
O
O
O

b
& b .

1. grain,
2. stress
3. strife,
4. years

beau
beau
beau
beau

for
for
for
for

ti - ful
ti - ful
ti - ful
ti - ful

spac pil he pa -

b
&b

1. bove the fruit - ed plain!


2. cross the wil - der - ness!
mer - cy more than life!
3.
4. dimmed by hu - man tears!

A
A
A
A

1. shed his grace on


thee,
2. mend thine ev - ry
flaw,
re - fine,
3. God thy gold
4. shed his grace on
thee,

b
& b .

1. broth - er - hood
2. self - con - trol,
no - ble - ness,
3.
4. broth - er - hood

Katherine Lee Bates, 18591929

From
Thy
And
From

ious skies, For


am - ber waves of
grim feet, Whose stern, im - pas- sioned
roes proved In
lib - er - at - ing
triot dream That sees be - yond the

For
pur - ple moun - tain
for
A
thor - ough - fare
Who more
than self their
Thine al
a - bas - ter
-

b
& b n

MATERNA CMD

A - es - ties
A - dom beat
- try loved, And
- ies gleam, Un -

maj
free
coun
cit

.
J

mer
mer
mer
mer

i - ca!
i - ca!
i - ca!
i - ca!

A
A
A
A

shin to
sea
lib - er - ty
gain
ev - ry
shin to
sea

. j

mer
mer
mer
mer

And
crown
Con - firm
Till
all
crown
And

ing
in
di ing

i - ca!
i - ca!
i - ca!
i - ca!

thy good
thy soul
suc - cess
thy good

God
God
May
God

with
in
be
with

sea.
law.
vine.
sea.
Samuel A. Ward, 18481903

433 Angels, from the Realms of Glory

b4
&b 4

REGENT SQUARE 87 87 87

1.
2.
3.

An - gels, from the realms of glo - ry,


Shep- herds in the fields
a - bid - ing,
Sa - ges, leave your con - tem - pla - tions;

b
&b

b
&b

the earth;
1. all
2. flocks by night,
3. beam a - far:

1. Now pro - claim


2. Yon - der shines
3. Ye have seen

&b

b .

come

and wor - ship,

cre - a - tions sto - ry,


is
re - sid - ing;
now
De - sire
of na - tions;

Mes - si - ahs birth:


the
In - fant Light:
his
star:
na - tal

Wing your flight oer


Watch- ing oer your
vi - sions
Bright - er

Ye who sang
God with man
Seek the great

Come

and wor - ship,

Wor - ship Christ, the

new - born King.

James Montgomery, 17711854, alt.

Henry T. Smart, 18131879

434 Angels We Have Heard on High


GLORIA 77 77 with Refrain

& b 44

& b .

1. An - gels
2. Shep - herds,
3. Come to
4. See him

1. oer
2. strains
3. an 4. an -

&b

Glo

we have heard
on high,
why this
ju - bi - lee?
Beth - le - hem
and see
a
in
man - ger laid

the plains,
pro - long?
gels sing;
gels praise;

1. Ech
2. Which
3. Christ
4. While

&b

their
your
the
in

joy
heavn
new
love

sing Sweet - ly
Why your joy Him whose birth
Whom the choirs

And the moun - tains


Say what may
the
Come, a - dore on
Ma - ry,
Jo - seph,

ing
o in - spire
Lord,
the
hearts
our

ing
ous
the
of

in
re - ply
ti - dings be,
bend - ed knee
lend
your aid,

ous
ly
born
we

strains.
song?
King.
raise.

ri - a

&b

ing
o in - spire
Lord,
the
hearts
our

1. Ech
2. Which
3. Christ
4. While

Glo

&b
&b

ex - cel - sis

joy
heavn
new
love

De - o.

. j

-

their
your
the
in

&b

in

ous
ly
born
we

ri - a

Glo

in

strains.
song?
King.
raise.

ri - a

ex - cel - sis

De

o.

French carol, 18th cent.


Tr. by James Chadwick, 18131882

As with Gladness Men of Old 435

#
& 44
1.
2.
3.
4.

#
&
1.
2.
3.
4.

#
&
1.
2.
3.
4.

be ger and
row

hold;
bed,
bare;
way;

1. Lord, may we
2. will - ing feet
3. treas - ures bring,
to guide,
4. star

William C. Dix, 18371898, alt.

old
sped
rare
day

beam - ing bright;


earth a - dore;
sins al - loy,
last
souls at

Ev Ev Christ,
Where

er - more be
seek thy
er
to thee, our
no clouds thy

Did the guid - ing


To that low - ly
At that man - ger
the
in
Keep us

joy they
with
bend the
to
we with
may
when earth - ly

DIX 77 77 77

As
There
So
And,

men of
steps they
gifts most
Ev - ry

on - ward,
Lead - ing
Him whom heavn and
free from
Pure and
ran - somed
Bring our

# .
&

glad - ness
joy - ful
of - fered
Je - sus!

with
with
they
ly

As
As
As
Ho -

star
man rude
nar -

French carol

hailed
knee
ho things

So,
So
All
Where

its light,
be - fore
joy,
ly
are past,

most
may
our
they

to
led
mer - cy
heavn - ly
glo - ry

gra - cious
we with
cost - liest
need no

thee.
seat.
King.
hide.

Conrad Kocher, 17861872

436 At the Cross Her Station Keeping


STABAT MATER DOLOROSA 887

4
&b 4

the cross her


At
1.
2. Through her heart, his
Oh, how sad and
3.

&b

sta - tion keep - ing,


sor - row shar - ing,
sore dis - tressed

1. moth - er weep - ing,


2. an - guish bear - ing,
blest
3. high - ly

Stood the mourn - ful


All his bit - ter
Was that moth - er

Je - sus
Close to
to the last.
Now at length the sword had passed.
the sole be - got - ten One!
Of

4. Christ above in torment hangs;


She beneath beholds the pangs
Of her dying glorious Son.

12. Let me share with thee his pain,


Who for all my sins was slain,
Who for me in torments died.

5. Is there one who would not weep,


Whelmed in miseries so deep
Christs dear Mother to behold?

13. Let me mingle tears with thee,


Mourning him who mourned for me,
All the days that I may live:

6. Can the human heart refrain


From partaking in her pain,
In that Mothers pain untold?

14. By the Cross with thee to stay;


There with thee to weep and pray;
Is all I ask thee to give.

7. Bruised, derided, cursed, defiled,


She beheld her tender Child
All with bloody scourges rent;

15. Virgin of all virgins blest!


Listen to my fond request:
Let me share thy grief divine;

8. For the sins of his own nation,


Saw him hang in desolation,
Till his Spirit forth he sent.

16. Let me, to my latest breath,


In my body bear the death
Of that dying Son of thine.

9. O thou Mother! Fount of love!


Touch my spirit from above,
Make my heart with thine accord:

17. Wounded with his evry wound,


Steep my soul till it hath swooned
In his very Blood away.

10. Make me feel as thou hast felt;


Make my soul to glow and melt
With the love of Christ my Lord.

18. Be to me, O Virgin, nigh,


Lest in flames I burn and die,
In that awful Judgment day.

11. Holy Mother! pierce me through;


In my heart each wound renew
Of my Savior crucified:

19. Christ, when thou shalt call me hence,


Be thy Mother my defence,
Be thy Cross my victory;

20. While my body here decays,


May my soul thy goodness praise,
Safe in Paradise with thee. Amen.
Attr. to Jacopone da Todi, c. 1230-1306
Tr. By Edward Caswall, 1814-1878, alt.

For Latin version, see Stabat Mater Dolorosa, #763.


For Spanish version, see Madre Llena de Afliccin, #629.

Maintzisch Gesangbuch, 1661

At the Lambs High Feast We Sing 437

# 4
& #4

SALZBURG 77 77 D

#
& #

#
& #

#
& #

Who
Is Thou
From

1.
to - rious King,
2. sheathes his sword;
3. neath thee lie;
4.
sin
de - stroy.

1.
2.
3.
4.

vic gel
be do

in
hath washed us
the tide
raels hosts tri - um - phant go
in
the fight,
hast con - quered
thou
sins powr do
set free

Gives
his sa Pas - chal vic Now
no more
Fa - ther, un -

pierc - ed side;
1. Flow - ing from his
2. Through the wave that drowns the foe.
life and light:
3. Thou hast brought us
4. Souls new - born, O
Lord, in thee.

1. love
di - vine
2. Blood was shed,
3. death ap - pall,
4. songs of praise,

Praise to
our
Deaths dark an Hells fierce powrs
These a - lone

1. At the Lambs high feast


we sing
2. Where the pas - chal blood
is poured,
3. Might - y
from
on high,
Vic - tim
4. Eas - ter
tri - umph, Eas - ter joy,

#
& #

Praise
Praise
Now
Hymns

cred
tim,
the
to

we
we
no
of

blood
pas grave
thee

him whose
Christ, whose
more can
glo - ry,

for
chal
en we

wine,
bread;
thrall;
raise:

for the feast, Christ the vic - tim, Christ the priest.
Gives his Bod - y
Eat we man - na from a - bove.
With sin - cer - i - ty and love
Thou hast o - pened Par - a - dise, And in thee thy saints shall rise.
ev - er be.
Ris - en Lord, all praise to thee With the Spir - it

Ad regias Agni dapes


Tr. by Robert Campbell, 18141868, alt.

Jakob Hintze, 16221702

438 At the Name of Jesus


KINGS WESTON 65 65 D

& b 23

w.

w.

1. At the Name of
Je Ev - ry knee shall
bow,
sus
2. Hum- bled for
sea - son,
To re - ceive
Name
a
a
3. Bore it
up
tri - um - phant, With its hu - man light,
4. In your hearts en - throne
him; There let him sub - due
5. Broth - ers, this Lord
Je sus Shall re - turn
a - gain,

&b

&b

1.
him King of glo Ev - ry tongue con - fess
2. From the lips
sin - ners, Un - to whom
of
3. Through all ranks of
crea - tures, To the cen All that is
4.
ho
ly,
All that is
not
Oer the earth
5. With his Fa - thers
glo
ry

1. Tis the Fa - thers


he
2. Faith - ful - ly
3. To the throne of
4. Crown him as your
5. For all wreaths of

&b

pleas
bore
God
Cap
em

ry
he
tral
not
to

- ure
We should call him
the
it
Spot - less to
- head, To the Fa - thers
- tain
In temp - ta - tions
his
- pire Meet up - on

1. Who from the be - gin - ning Was the might back vic - to - rious, When from death
2. Brought it
of that per with the glo - ry
it
3. Filled
its
In
will en - fold
you
his
light
4. Let
him King of
glo 5. And our hearts con - fess
Caroline Maria Noel, 18171877

now;
came,
height,
true:
reign;

w.

Lord,
last,
breast;
hour;
brow,

w.

y
Word.
he passed.
fect
rest.
and powr.
ry
now.

Ralph Vaughan Williams, 18721958

Attende Domine 439

&

At - tn - de

&

qui

Ad
Dx Ro Ti In -

&
& At

1.

2. vi
&

&
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

1. Ad
1.
ex -2. Dx
2.
b 3. Ro
3.
Ti 4. cr
4.
In -5. tu
5. quos

te Rex sum P te - ra
g - mus, De fa - t bi
no - cens ca -

me,
tris,
us,
mur,
ptus,


- de D - mi
tn

- cu - a
3. u - ri 4. con
qui - - tr a 5. ts - ti -

&
&

pec

D - mi - ne,

vi

et

mus

la tu cri nec

mi - se - r - re,

ti

bi.

mni pis
am
mi re -

re um
an - gu ma - jes ad na
p - gnans

dm l
t
mis
du
-

ptor,
ris,
tem:
sa:
ctus,

coe
ex

flen
l
a
cl
- bi.
mn -

tes:
stis,
di:
ta:
tus:

le - v nu - a
mi - tus
dimus
- mus
m - piis

mus

tioc da -

re - dm - ptor,
- mni - um
me,

te Rex sum ste,


di, Chri
a
P - - tris,
te -- ra
stri
no -- us,
e
lu - -mus,
De
g
stra
no -- mur,
na - t
mi
bi - fa
Re - dm
a - cens
ptus,
ca - - ptor,
no
red - e - m - sti,

- cnan- tum
supla- -plipis
ris,
l - - ces.
- gu - pre
- lasma -dejes- - l t - - cti.
mtu- -cuam
tem:
- dus
plcri- -ci mi
mis - - ge.sa:
- na inad- - dl
i - gn
pnec
- e re- -tasp - gnans
ctus,
du - - scat.
Chri - ste.
con - sr - va,
tu

&Hear
us Lord,
who
have sinned againstyou, and
have mercy.

inthy great majesty: Lend thy holy ears


thee, God,
& 3.
We beseech

to hear our groans; in mercy forgive our crimes.

Latin, 10th cent.

flen
sub - le - v - mus
no - stros
1. - cu - los
l
coeeyes
- in
nuwe -liftaup our
tis
l -Redeemer
sa - King,
a highest
2. 1.
vi To- thee,
ofjall,- do
ex - a
mi servants.
- tus
g of- thy
sa - cris
bus O Christ,
3.
u weeping:
- ri - Hear,
the prayers
pn - di - mus oc - cl
cor - de
4. con - tr - to
of thefal
Father,
corner-stone,
salvation,
of
da gate
- mn
m of
- piis
pro way
- sis,
- bus
tsRight
- tihand
5. 2.
heaven, wash away our stains of sin.

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

et mi - se - r - re,
ne,

sub no - stros
los
j sa - l - tis
g sa - cris
bus
cor -- de
to pec
c - pn
vi -pro
bus fal - sis,

4.
confess
our- sins
revealtum wepre
- cn - heart;
sup with
- plia contrite
ste, admitted
Chri
a we
- di,
ex To- thee

l
de -them.
cu - lasoverlook
mO-Redeemer,
strikindness,
noBy-thy
e
lu - hidden;
b the
- things

Chant, Mode V

tes:
stis,
di:
ta:
tus:

ces.
cti.
dl - ge.
in by- false
dus
ci -condemned
no not
- stra
- na seized,
cr The
- mi
5.
Innocent
refusingpl
to be- led;
gn - scat.
i - whom
tas safe those
- e - keep
- ptor, men:pO Christ,
Re - dm
tu witnesses
- a

because
of impious
Chri - ste.
con - sr - va,
tu
e - m - sti,
red
quos
thou
hast- redeemed.

Latin, 10th cent.

For Spanish version, see Eschchanos, Seor, #517.

Chant, Mode V

440 Ave de Lourdes


IMMACULATE MARY 11 11 with Refrain

& b 43

1. Del
cie - lo ha ba - ja - do
vir - gen sin
man - cha,
2. Oh
or - gu - llo
el
3. T e - res

&b

1. can
2. el
3. y el

&b

&b

te - mos el
a - ve
n - gel te o - frez - ca
fru - to ms
dig - no

ve,

ve,

ve,

ve,

la
oh
del

Traditional

For English version, see Immaculate Mary, #577.

de
Ma - dre
Dios;
de a - mor,
Ma - dre
Dios Cre - a - dor,

a
mi
de

su con - cep - cin.


sa - lu - ta - cin.
re - den - cin.
la

ve,

ve,

Ma - r

Ma - r

a.

a.

Traditional Pyreenean melody

&

A - ve

Ma - r

a,

& -
b
& D-mi-nus
te-cum,
be - ne - d - cta tu

Ave Maria 441

gr - ti - a

ple

na,



in
mu - li - - ri - bus,

&
& et be - ne- d- ctus fru - ctus ven - tris
tu - i, Je - sus.

D-mi-nus te-cum, be - ne - d - cta tu
in
mu - li - - ri - bus,
&

& San
De - i,
- cta Ma - r - a, Ma - ter
et be - ne - d - ctus fru - ctus ven - tris tu - i,
Je
sus.
&

& o - ra pro no - bis


- t - ri - bus,
pec - ca
A - ve

Ma - r

a,

gr - ti - a

ple

&
et in ho - ra mor
&nunc
- tis no - strae. A
San - cta

o -cent.
ra
Latin, 13th

pro

Ma - r

no

a,

bis

Ma - ter

pec - ca

De

nunc et

Latin, 13th cent.

in

ho

ra mor - tis

no

strae.

i,

- men.

ri - Chant,
bus, Mode I

Hail, Mary, full of grace; the Lord is with thee.


Blessed art thou among women and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus.
Holy Mary, Mother of God,
pray for us sinners now and at the hour of our death. Amen.

&

na,

A - men.
Chant, Mode I

442 Ave Maris Stella


&
stel ma - ris
A - ve
A il - lud
Su - mens
re vin - cla
Sol - ve
ma te es - se
Mon - stra
sin - gu - l Vir - go
pu prae - sta
Vi - tam
Pa De - o
7. Sit laus
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

&

la,
ve
is,

De - i
Ga - bri Pro - fer
Su - mat
In - ter
I - ter

trem:
ris,
ram,
tri,

Sum-mo

- m


Ma
lu per
om pa Chri -

ter
lis
men

te
nes
ra
sto

At - que sem - per Vir - go,


Fun - da nos in pa - ce,
Ma - la no - stra pel - le,
Qui pro no - bis na - tus,
4. pre - ces;
tis,
Nos cul - pis so - l - tos,
5. mi
tum:
Ut vi - dn - tes Je - sum,
6. tu
stel - la,
ma - ris
Ma - ter
1. A - ve
De - i
cus,il - lud
Spi - rA -- tu
de - mens
ve - i San - cto,
lis
2.7. Su
Ga - bri -
re - is,
vin - cla
3. Sol - ve
Pro - fer lu - men
ma - trem:
te es - se
te
4. Mon - stra
Su - mat per
sin - gu - l - ris,
5. Vir - go
In - ter om - nes
ram,
pu- - ta.
prae -- sta
por
6.
I - ter pa - ra
li
cae
lix
1. Vi
Fe -- tam
noPa- men.
tans He
2. Mu
- tri,
o
De -- vae
Sit - laus
7.
Sum-mo Chri - sto
po - sce.
3. Bo - na cun - cta
tu - us.
es - se
4. Tu - lit
ca - stos.
et
fac
5. Mi - tec
6. Sem - per col - lae - t - mur.
ma,
At - que sem - per Vir - go,
1. al
u - nus.
ho - nor
7.2. Tri
A - ce, men.
re,
Fun - da nos in pa
o - bus
Latin,
9th
cent.
Chant, Mode I
Ma - la no - stra pel - le,
3. cae - cis:
1. Hail, Star of the Sea, dear Mother of God, ever a Virgin,
pro no - bis na - tus,
ces;Gate ofQui
4. pre and -blessed
Heaven.
tis,
Nos cul - pis so - l - tos,
5. mi
that Ave
in peace,
tes Je -ussum,
- dn -strengthen
tum:
UtfromviGabriel,
6.2. tu Receiving
for you reversed Evas name.
cus,
Spi - r - tu - i San - cto,
7. de 1. al
2. o
3. cae

ma,
re,
cis:

&
&

&

- m

3. Break the bonds of captives, bring light to the blind; drive away our ills,
and plead for everything that is good.

&4.

Show yourself to be a Mother; may he who was born for us accept our prayers
through you and consider them as yours.

por - ta.
cae - li
1. Fe - lix
Virgin,
and gentlest
of all, being freed from guilt,
no - men.
- vae
tans He
2. 5.
Mu O- singular
po - sce.
cta chaste.
cun - and
3. Bo make
- naus gentle
a safe way, that seeing Jesus we may rejoice
tu - usus.
se prepare
- life,
4. 6.
Tu Assure
- lit us aespure
with
you
forever.
ca - stos.
et
fac
5. Mi - tec
the Father,
mur.be to God the Son, and to the Holy Spirit,
- t - glory
colGod
- lae
6. 7.
SemPraise
- perbe to
Amen.
- nus.
nor asuone.
hobe- honor
busThree
7. Tri to
- the

Latin, 9th cent.

men.
Chant, Mode I

Ave Regina Caelorum 443

b

&
& b

A - ve Re - g - na cae - l-rum,
A - ve D - mi - na An - ge - l-rum:
A - ve Re - g - na cae - l-rum,
A - ve D - mi - na An - ge - l-rum:
-b

&
& b
bb &
&

Sal - ve
Sal - ve

ra - dix, sal - ve por - ta,


ra - dix, sal - ve por - ta,

Ex qua mun-do lux est


Ex qua mun-do lux est



Gau - de Vir - go glo - ri - - sa,
Su - per o - mnes spe - ci
Gau - de Vir - go glo - ri - - sa,
Su - per o - mnes spe - ci
--

&


& b
Va-le, o val-de de - c
Va-le, o val-de de - c

ra,
ra,

Et pro no
Et pro no

or - ta:
or - ta:

- - sa:
- - sa:

bis Chri-stum ex - - ra.


bis Chri-stum ex - - ra.

Hail, O Queen
Queen of Heaven.
the heavens.
O Lady
of the angels.
Hail,Hail,
O Lady
of Angels.
Hail, O Queen of
of the heavens.
Hail,
O Lady
of the angels.
Hail,
the root
Jesse,
thewhom
portalunto
fromthe
which
thea worlds
Light is risen.
Hail thou
rootofand
gateand
from
world
light hastrue
arisen.
Hail, the root of Jesse, and the portal from which the worlds true Light is risen.
glorious Virgin,
beyond
others,
Rejoice, O glorious
Virgin, lovely
O fairest
of allall
creatures.
Rejoice, O glorious Virgin, O fairest of all creatures.
Farewell, most
beautiful
us to our
Christ.
Farewell,
O most
lovely maiden,
one; prayand
forpray
us tofor
Christ,
Savior.
Farewell, O most lovely one; pray for us to Christ, our Savior.
Latin, 12th cent.
Latin, 12th cent.

Chant, Mode VI
Chant, Mode VI

444 Ave Verum

&b
A

ve ve- rum Cor-pus na-tum

&b

de Ma - r - a

Vr - gi - ne:

Ve - re pas-sum, im- mo - l- tum in cru- ce pro h - mi - ne:


& b
de Ma
& b A - ve ve-rum Cor-pus
na-tum
- r - a Vr - gi- ne:

Cu-jus la-tus per- fo - r - tum flu - xit
a - qua et
sn- gui-ne:
& b

& b Ve - re pas-sum,
im- mo - l- tum in cru- ce pro h - mi - ne:
Es - to no
bis
prae-gus-t
- tum mor-tis
in
ex - - mi-ne.

&b
per- fo -r - tum flu - xit a - qua
& b Cu-jus

la-tus
et sn- gui-ne:
O
Je - su
dul cis!
O
Je - su
pi
e!
& b


in ex - - mi-ne.
& b Es - to no

- bis prae-gus-t - tum mor-tis

O
b
&
cent.
Latin, 14th

- su

Je

Ma - r ae.

VI

Mode

Chant,

fi - li

Hail, true Body, born of the Virgin Mary,


O truly suffered
Je - suand dul
cis!on theOcross for men.
Je - su
who
was sacrificed
From your pierced side streamed blood and water.
Be a foretaste of heaven to us in our death agony.
O dear Jesus! O kind Jesus!
O Jesus, Son of Mary.

&b

Je

su

pi

fi - li

Ma - r

ae.

Latin, 14th cent.

e!

Chant, Mode VI

445 Awake, Arise, Lift Up Thy Voice


RICHMOND CM

& b 43

1. A - wake, a - rise,
2. Oh, with what
glad 3. Those hands of
lib 4. His
en - e - mies
5. O Dead
a - rise!

&b
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Eas - ter
saints their
fi in
Pi - late
ser - a -

lift
ness
eral
had
O

up
and
love
sealed
Friend -

Re mu - sic swell;
Sav - ior greet; Nor
de - gree, Those
nite
them leave, Lest
gave
a - dored!
O
phim

thy voice,
sur - prise
in - deed
the stone
less stand

in
joice
they
will
still
feet
and
dead
Sol - i -

Let
The
In
As
By

a Christ,
their
trust
to
free
friend - less
a tude

1. A - wake, a - rise,
2. Oh, with what
glad 3. Those hands of
lib 4. His
en - e - mies
5. O Dead
a - rise!

&b

&b

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Eas - ter
saints their
fi in
Pi - late
ser - a -

up
and
love
sealed
Friend -

Re mu - sic swell;
Sav - ior greet; Nor
de - gree, Those
nite
them leave, Lest
gave
a - dored!
O
phim

re - joice
and eyes
and bleed
a - lone
com - mand

gain
ears
move
and
gain

lift
ness
eral
had
O

And
But
For
He
Thy

in
joice
they
will
still
feet
and
dead
Sol - i -

1.
2.
3.
4.

&b

A The
A Come,

1.
2.
3.
4.

j
.

Awake, O Lyre and Harp 446

wake, O lyre and harp; With praise a - wake


Is soon to be
prom- ised morn - ing star
jus - tice for
wake to greet the dawn Of
With right- eous - ness
Christ, to judge us all

.
J

j
. b

Cast off
With si ev Let
We long

Kathleen Pluth
Text Kathleen Pluth

Thomas Haweis, 17341820


Adapt. by Samuel Webbe, Jr., 17701843

1. Of new light on the earth:


2. A - wake, my soul, a - wake:
3. A - wake, the trum - pet sounds
4. A - wake, O lord, how long?

&b

a Christ,
their
trust
to
free
friend - less
a tude

prais - es dwell.
and feet,
hands
for
and
me.
de - ceive.
skill
re - stored.
heavn

Christopher Smart, 17221771, alt.

& b 44

his
on
his
by
mil - lions
should their
from
host

Let
The
In
As
By

thy voice,
sur - prise
in - deed
the stone
less stand

the sleep of night!


lent care a - wait
ry tongue pro - claim
to see the day:

The roy - al Son


The night to dawn
Mount Zi - ons vin Cre - a - tion groans

Rise
The
Gods
Your

the dawn - ing


as - cend - ing.
the na - tions.
dis - cern - ing.

is
com - ing.
is
tend - ing.
di - ca - tion.
in yearn - ing.

up to
Mas- ters
peo- ples
glo - ri -

greet the morn - ing!


steps de - scend - ing.
con - so - la - tion.
ous re - turn - ing!
Michael E. Lawrence
Music Michael E. Lawrence

447 Away in a Manger

3
&b 4

CRADLE SONG 11 11 11 11

1. A - way in
cat - tle
2. The
near me,
3. Be

&b

1. The
2. But
3. Close

&b

1. The
2. I
3. Bless

&b
1.
2.
3.

The
And
And

man - ger,
low - ing,
Je - sus;

a
are
Lord

lit - tle
stay by
fit
us

no
the
I

lit - tle Lord


Je - sus
lit - tle Lord
Je - sus,
by me for - ev - er,

stars in
love thee
all
the

the
bright sky
Lord
Je - sus,
dear
chil - dren

Lord
my
for

Je - sus
cra - dle
heav - en,

laid
no
and

crib for
a
poor ba - by
ask thee to

bed,
wakes,
stay

down his sweet head;


cry - ing he makes;
love me,
pray.
I

looked down where he


look down from the
thy
ten - der
in

a till
to

sleep on the
morn - ing is
live with thee

Vss. 12: Little Childrens Book for Schools and Families, Philadelphia, 1885
Vs. 3: John T. McFarland, 18511913

lay,
sky,
care,

hay.
nigh.
there.

William J. Kirkpatrick, 18381921

448 Away in a Manger


MUELLER 11 11 11 11

& b 43

a
in
1. A - way
2. The
cat - tle are
3. Be
near me, Lord

&b

1. The
2. But
3. Close

&b

1. The
2. I
3. Bless

&b

1. The

man - ger,
low - ing,
Je - sus,

lit - tle Lord


Je - sus
lit - tle Lord
Je - sus,
me for - ev - er,
by

stars
love
all

lit

in the
thee, Lord
the dear

tle Lord

no
the
I

laid
no
and

a
crib for
poor ba - by
ask thee to

Je - sus

down his sweet head.


cry - ing he
makes,
I
love me,
pray.

looked down where he


sky
look down from the
Je - sus,
in
ten - der
chil - dren
thy

bed,
wakes,
stay

a - sleep

on

the

lay,
sky,
care,

hay.

&b

1. The
2. But
3. Close

&b

1. The
2. I
3. Bless

&b

1. The
2. And
3. And

lit - tle Lord


Je - sus
lit - tle Lord
Je - sus,
me for - ev - er,
by

in the
thee, Lord
the dear

stars
love
all

laid
no
and

down his sweet head.


cry - ing he
makes,
I
love me,
pray.

looked down where he


sky
look down from the
Je - sus,
in
ten - der
chil - dren
thy

tle Lord
by my
us to

lit stay
take

Je - sus
cra - dle
heav - en,

lay,
sky,
care,

a - sleep on the
till
is
morn - ing
to
live with thee

Little Childrens Book for Schools and Families, Philadelphia, 1885


Vs. 3: John T. McFarland, 18511913

hay.
nigh.
there.

James R. Murray, 18411905

Be Joyful, Mary, Heavenly Queen 449

& b 44

REGINA CAELI, JUBILA 85 84 with Refrain

1. Be
joy - ful, Ma - ry, heavn - ly Queen,
2. The Son you bore by heav - ens grace, Gau - de Ma - r
3. The Lord has ris - en from the dead,

&b

1. Your
2. Did
3. He

&b

ia!

Son who died was


all our guilt and
rose with might as

Latin, 17th cent.


Tr. in Psallite, St. Louis, 1901

Lae

liv - ing seen,


sin
ef - face,
he had said,

re,

a:

Al - le - lu

Ma

a.

Catholicum Hymnologium Germanicum, 1584

450 Be Not Afraid

#4
& 4

VERSE 1

j
.

1. shall not

die

# j
& .

of

1. safe - ty

#
& .

& .

1. stand.

r
..

in

for - eign

j
.

Be

#
&
#

& w

not

Come,

rest.

know

lands

. w
fol - low

and

all

j
w

me,

go

Final

rest.

in

You shall

will un - der -

live.

To Refrain

be - fore you

j
.

and

To Verses 2, 3

but you

far

the way.

a - fraid.

r
.

the face of God and

REFRAIN

&

..

j
.

You shall see

j
.

You shall wan- der

.
J

des - ert

though you do not

1. speak your words

thirst.

1. You shall cross the bar - ren

#
&

r
.. .

will give

al - ways.

you

#
&

VERSE 2

2. If you pass through rag- ing

#
&

2. sea,

# r
& ..

flames,

#
& .. R .. R
2. stand

be - fore

& ..

2. know

am

3. Bless-ed

are

#
& w

3. theirs.

#
& .

you shall

with

you

3. sult

#
& j .

3. bless - ed,

Is 42:23; Lk 6:20

you shall

and hate

not

and death

laugh.

you

.
J

bless - ed

all

side,

all.

for the king - dom shall

that

weep

j
.

and mourn,

..
R

And if wick - ed

are

you!

of

If you

the

is at your

be - cause

a - mid

r
..

through it

the

harmed.

..

in

be

are you

j
.

Blest

day

your poor,

.
J

..

If you walk

the powr of hell

that I

#
& j .

VERSE 3

3. one

wa-ters

you shall not drown.

2. burn-ing

#
&

r
..

r
.

..

men

To Refrain

be

for

in -

me,

To Refrain

Robert J. Dufford, S.J.


Text and music 1975, 1978, Robert J. Dufford, S.J. and OCP
5336 NE Hassalo, Portland, OR 97213. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

451 Be Still, My Soul


FINLANDIA 10 10 10 10 10 10

4
&b 4
1.
2.
3.
4.

&b

Be
Be
Be
Be

still,
still,
still,
still,

my
my
my
my

soul:
soul:
soul:
soul:

the
thy
be when

on
Lord is
God doth un gin the song
dear - est friends

thy side.
der - take
of
praise
de - part,

the cross of grief


Bear pa - tient - ly
he has
To guide the
fu - ture as
On earth, be - liev - ing,
to thy Lord
is
And all
dark - ness in this vale

1.
2.
3.
4.

Leave to
thy
And hope, thy
Ac - knowl - edge
Then shalt thou

&b

&b

still,
still,
still,
still,

my
my
my
my

1.
2.
3.
4.

1.
2.
3.
4.

Be
Be
Be
Be

&b
1.
2.
3.
4.

ev In
All now
So shall
Who comes

j
w

1.
2.
3.
4.

&b

or
the
on
of

to
or - der and
fi - dence let noth in
all thy words
ter know his love,

God
con him
bet -

soul:
soul:
soul:
soul:

j
.

pro - vide;
ing shake;
and ways,
his heart,

main.
last.
eye.
fears.

thy best, thy heavn - ly


Friend
the waves and winds still know
di - vine
life
the Sun
of
re - pay
can
thy
Je - sus

j
w

joy - ful
leads to
a
Through storm - y ways
voice who ruled
them while he dwelt be His
shall but more bright - ly
Through part - ing clouds
his own full - ness all he takes a From

Katharina von Schlegel, 1697c. 1768


Tr. by Jane L. Borthwick, 18131897

pain;
past:
high;
tears,

j
w

re ry change, he faith - ful will


mys - te - rious shall be bright at
he view
thee with a well - pleased
thy
to soothe
thy sor - rows and

end.
low.
shine.
way.

Jean Sibelius, 18651957

Be Thou My Vision 452

b 3
&b b 4

SLANE 10 10 9 10

1. Be thou
2. Be thou
3. High King

b
&b b


my
my
of

1. Thou
2. Thou
3. Heart

1. Wak - ing
2. Thou in
3. Still be

best
great
my

or
me
my

thought, by
day or
Fa - ther, thine own may
heart,
what - ev - er

thy
and
O

sleep - ing,
dwell- ing,
vi - sion,

heart;
word;
won,

save that thou


thou with me,
bright heav - ens

O
Lord of my
and
thou my true
when vic - try
is

be nought to
else
me,
ev - er
with thee and
reach heav - ens joys,
I

b
&b b
&

vi - sion,
wis - dom,
heav - en,

my
my
of

1. All
2. I
3. May

bbb

art.
Lord;
Sun!

by
I
be

night,
be:
fall,

pres - ence my
one with
I
of
Rul - er

light.
thee.
all.

Irish, c. 700, versified by Mary Elizabeth Byrne, 18801931


Tr. by Eleanor H. Hull, 18601935

Irish folk song

For Spanish version, see Oh, Dios de Mi Alma, #694.

Behold a Virgin Bearing Him 453

& 43

&

1. Be - hold
2. Be - hold

1. save
2. of

&

1. pare
2. bend

us
the

a
our

Vir - gin
hope and

from our
ho - ly

his way!
our knee

Michael V. Gannon
Text 1955, WLP

O HEILAND, REISS LM

bear - ing
life and

sin;
night.

him
light,

The proph - ets


We lift our

Make straight his path


To
his great love

Who comes to
The prom - ise

cry:
prayer

Pre and

to Christ- mas
Day.
and maj - es - ty.

Rheinfelsisches Deutsches Catholisches Gesangbuch, Augsburg, 1666

454 Behold the Lamb

#4
& 4

VERSES

&

1.
2.
3.
4.

Those who
Peace - ful
Gen - tle
Lord of

were
now,
one,
all,

1. sun - light;
2. stand- ing
3. ta - ble.
4. e - vil.

#
&

1. grate- ful for his gift,


2. nit - ed with his word
3. hun - ger for this feast;
4. still the winds that blow;
REFRAIN

God

Jn 1:29

thank-ful
and the
shel - ter
cra - dle

live;

shall come to

know

God.

love.
share.
peace.
love.

his

are
u who
Make

All who eat,

and all,

we who die
of the wine
nour- ish all
be our shield.

for his
love we
them with
us with

be - hold the Lamb of

all who drink shall

#
& w

are thank - ful for the


are blessed with un - der join with us at
this
De - liv - er us from

We who live,
Of the wheat,
Bless our lives;
Make us one;

#
&

Be - hold,

in the dark
those whose hearts
God,
Child of
give us light.

#
& n b

all who dwell in

glo - ry!

Martin Willett
Text and music 1984, OCP, 5336 NE Hassalo, Portland, OR 97213
All rights reserved. Used with permission.

Bendito, Bendito 455

2
&b 4

BLESSED BE GOD

Estribillo:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Ben - di
Je - ss
A - do
tus
A
cre
Yo
Oh cie

j
& b ..
E: Los
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Y en
Su
De
O Ben -

- to, ben - di de mi
al - ro en la
hos plan- tas
lle - o, Dios m - lo y
tie -

to, ben - di - to se - a Dios;


ma, te
doy mi co - ra - zn,
tia el cuer - po de Je - ss,
go con - fu - so de do - lor;
o, que es - ts en el al - tar,
u - na voz,
rra, de - cid a

n - ge - les
can - tan
- bio te
pi - do
- gre pre - cio - sa
- das mis cul - pas
- to en la
hos - tia
- to por siem - pre,

cam
san
to
cul
di

..

y a - la - ban a Dios.
me des tu ben - di - cin.
que dio por m en la cruz.
im - plo - ro tu per - dn.
te
ven - go a a- do - rar.
ben - di - to se - a Dios.
Traditional

456 Benedictus

b
&b

1. Be - ne - dc 2. Et e - r 3. Sic - ut
lo 4. Sa - l - tem
5. Ad fa - ci 6. Jus - ju - rn 7. Ut si - ne
8. In san - cti 9. Et tu pu 10. Ad dan- dam
11. Per v - sce 12. Il - lu - mi 13. Gl - ri - a
14. Sic - ut
e -

bbbb
&
&
1.
1.2.
2.3.
3.
4.
4.5.
5.6.
6.
7.
7.8.
8.9.
9.
10.
10.
11.
11.
12.
12.
13.
13.
14.
14.

Is no
ct
no
no
no
timre, de manu inimicrum nostrrum libe - r
i
tte et justtia coram
c er, prophta Altssimi vo
tus Dminus Deus
xit cornu saltis
ctus est per os san
ex inimcis
ndam misericrdiam cum ptribus
dum, quod jurvit ad Abraham patrem

scintiam saltis plebi


ra misericrdiae Dei
nre his qui in tnebris et in umbra mortis
Patri, et
rat in princpio, et nunc, et

e
no
se

ra
be

- el:
bis,
rum,
stris,
stris,
strum:

ti,
pso,
- ris:

jus:
stri:
dent,

F - li - o,
sem - per,

Is - ra - el:
Be - ne - dc - tus Dminus Deus
su no- - . bis,
ple - bis
quia evisitvit,
fecit
redemptinem
cornu
saltis
- r - etxit
Et
su ct- - i: rum,
e - - ri
in domo
p est per os -san
lo - ctus
Sic
- ut David
jus:
e
t - rum
qui a seculo sunt, prophe
no - stris,
Sa - l - tem ex inimcis
runt
nos:
d
o
qui
et
de
manu
mnium,
no - stris,
Ad fa - ci - ndam misericrdiam cum ptribus
san no - - cti.
su patrem
- i
et memorri
strum:
- dum, quod jurvit ad Abraham
Jus
- ju - rn testamnti
bis:
no
rum se
dat
ti,
timre, de manu inimicrum nostrrum libe - r
Ut si - ne
il i - - li: pso,
- mus
servisan - cti - tte et justtia
coram
In
stris.
no c- - be
- bus
mnibus
- ris:
pu - er, prophta -Altssimi vo
tu di
Et
jus:
e
vi - as
prbis enim ante fciem Dmini, parre
jus:
e
Ad dan- dam scintiam saltis plebi
e - norum
in remissinem
peccat
-rum:stri:
misericrdiae Dei
v - sce - ra
Per
ens ex
in -quibus
visitvit
nos,
hisri
qui in tnebris
et in umbra
mortis al se- - to:dent,
- nre
lu - mi
Il
cis.
pa
vi - am
ad dirigendos pedes nostros in
F - li - o,
Patri, et
Gl - ri - a
Snsem- -cto.per,
et Spir
et nunc, et tu - i
e - rat in princpio,
Sic
- ut
men.
l - rum. A
et in sacula saecu
-

b b Blessed
be the Lord God of Israel; because he hathvisitedand wrought
1.
&
the Chant,
Tone 2
}
redemption of his people:
1.2. And
hath
raised et
upfecit
an horn
of salvation to us, inple
the house
his
.
su
- servant:
- bis of David
quia
visitvit,
redemptinem
2.3. Asinhe
spokeDavid
by thep
mouth of his holy
i:
su beginning:
e are
- rifrom the
domo
- prophets, who
3.4. Salvation
from our
enemies,
jus:
rumhate eus: qui a seculo
sunt,
propheand from the
- hand oftall- that
5. To perform mercy to our fathers, and to remember his holy testament,
4.
o - d - runt nos:
qui
et de manu mnium,
6. The oath, which he swore to Abraham our father, that he would grant to us,
5.
cti.
san
su - i
et memorri testamnti
6.7. That
bis: fear,
no him- without
se serve
rumwe may
datbeing delivered from the
- hand of our enemies,
8. In holiness and justice before him, all our days.
li: before
il
- mus for thou
servi
- the prophet of theHighest:
7.9. And
thou, child, shalt be called
shalt
go
8.
no - stris.
- bus
mnibus
dithe Lord to prepare- his ways:

the face of
jus:
e of their
as
prbis
enim anteoffciem
Dmini,
parre untovithe- remission
9.10. To
give knowledge
salvation
to his people,
sins:
11. Through
the bowels
of the mercy of our
which the
high
10.
rum:
- on
e Orient
- from
in remissinem
peccat
- God, inrum
in
hath
visited
us:
11.
to:
al
ens ex
quibus
visitvit
nos, ri
12. To
them
that nostros
sit in darkness,
and in thevishadow
12.
cis.our feet
pa to- direct
- am of death:
adenlighten
dirigendos
pedes
in
into the way of peace.
13.
Sn - cto.
tu Spirit.
- i
et Spir
- Son, and to the Holy
13. Glory
to the Father, and to the
14.
men.
l - rum. A
et in sacula saecu
14. As it was in the beginning, and is now, and always shall be forever and ever. Amen.

Lk 1:6879

Chant, Tone 2

Bless the Lord, My Soul 457


OSTINATO CHORALE

j
.

4
& b 4 .

Bless

& b .

the Lord,

j
.

Bless the Lord,

my soul,

my soul,

and

bless his

he

ho - ly

name.

res - cues me from death.

Ps 103

..

Jacques Berthier, 19231994


Music 1984, Les Presses de Taiz,
GIA Publications, Inc., excl. North American agent

Blessed Jesus, at Thy Word 458

#
& 44

LIEBSTER JESU 78 78 88

#
&

#
&

thee;
1. all to hear
2. God pro - ceed - ing;
3. ad - o - ra - tion!

1. Now to seek and


2. Help us by thy
3. And ob - tain true

our hearts and


let
O - pen thou our
Grant that we thy

love and fear


thee,
Spir - its plead - ing;
con - so - la - tion

We are gath - ered


Light of Light, from
Praise to thee and

Je - sus,
thy word
at
1. Bless - ed
2. Glo - rious Lord, thy - self im - part,
Ho - ly Ghost,
3. Fa - ther, Son, and

#
&

souls be stirred
ears and heart,
Word may trust

By thy teach-ings,
Hear the cry thy
While we here be -

love thee sole - ly.


1. sweet and ho - ly, Drawn from earth to
2. peo - ple rais - es, Hear and bless our prayers and prais - es.
3. low must wan - der, Till we sing thy prais - es yon - der.

Tobias Clausnitzer, 16191680


Tr. by Catherine Winkworth, 18271878

Johann R. Ahle, 16251673

459 Break Forth, O Beauteous Heavenly Light

b 4
&b b 2

ERMUNTRE DICH 87 87 88 77

Ye

shep-herds,

Break forth, O

b
&b b w

morn - ing;

b
& b b A

hear

the

b
&b b

beau-teous heavn-ly light, And

an - gels

in - fan - cy,

warn

Our

b
&b b

powr of

with

ing. This

in

shrink not

joy shall be,

the

af - fright, But

child, now weak

con - fi - dence and

ush - er

Sa - tan break - ing, Our peace e - ter - nal

Johann Rist, 16071667


Tr. by John Troutbeck, 18321899

in

The

mak - ing.

Johann Schop, c. 15901664

460 Breathe on Me, Breath of God

#
& # 44

FRANCONIA SM

1.
2.
3.
4.

Breathe
Breathe
Breathe
Breathe

#
& #
1.
2.
3.
4.

I
til
til
live

may
with
this
with

on
on
on
on

me,
me,
me,
me,

breath
breath
breath
breath

of
of
of
of

God,
God,
God,
God,

Fill me with life a - new,


Un - til my heart is pure,
Till
I am who - ly thine,
So shall I nev - er die,

love what thou dost love, And


thee I
will one will, To
earth - ly
part of me Glows
thee the
per - fect life Of

Edwin Hatch, 18351889

That
Un Un but

do what thou wouldst do.


en - dure.
do and to
di - vine.
with thy fire
thine e - ter - ni - ty.
Johann B. Knig, 16911758
Adapt. by William H. Havergal, 17931870

Brightest and Best 461

#
& 22

1. Bright - est
2. Cold
on
3. Say, shall
4. Vain - ly

#
&

1. Dawn
2. Low
3. O 4. Vain -

#
&
1.
2.
3.
4.

Star
An Gems
Rich -

#
&

and
his
we
we

on our
lies his
dors of
ly with

MORNING STAR 11 10 11 10

of the
best
cra - dle the
yield him, in
of - fer each

dark - ness, and


head with the
E - dom, and
gifts would his

stars
of
dew - drops
cost - ly
am - ple

the morn are shin de - vo o - bla -

us thine
lend
of the
beasts
of - frings di vor se fa
-

ing,
ing,
tion,
tion,

aid;
stall;
vine,
cure,

the ho - ri
zon a - dorn - ing,
of the east,
him in
gels a - dore
slum - ber re - clin - ing,
of the
of the moun - tain, and
pearls
o - cean,
is the
er by
far
hearts ad - o - ra - tion,

1. Guide where our


2. Mak - er and
3. Myrrh from the
to
4. Dear - er

Reginald Heber, 17831826, alt.

in - fant Re - deem Mon - arch and


Sav for - est, and
gold
are the
God
prayers

is
er
ior of
from the
of the

laid.
all.
mine?
poor.

James P. Harding, 18501911

462 Bring Flowers of the Rarest


QUEEN OF THE ANGELS 6 6 11 D with Refrain

b
& b 68 j

b j
&b

the rar - est, bring


1. Bring flowrs of
as - cend - ing, in
voic - es
2. Our
Vir - gin most ten - der, our
3. O
Moth - ers the dear - est, oh,
4. Of

gar thus
love
life

1. From
2.
O
3. Thy
4. When

b
& b j

b j
&b

1. The
2. How
3. And
4. As

b
& b j

Ma - ry,

b
& b . j
Queen of

are swell - ing, our


we prove thee how
in
de - fend us,
O nev - er! our

the love - li praise of


dark with - out Ma - ry
our hearts from
shield
lil - ies
the
pure as

&b

blos - soms
har - mo hom - age
wilt thou

blos- soms to - day,

blos - soms

. J

Queen of

vale;
thee;
win;
plete?

tell - ing
glad voice - es
we love thee,
tru - ly
sor - row be - friend us,
hearts be they ev - er

the An- gels, Queen of the May. O

# .

and
to
to
re -

est
the vale.
Rose of
lifes
jour - ney would be.
con - ta - gion and sin.
we
thy feet.
at
lay

we crown thee with

the fair - est,


ny blend - ing,
we ren - der,
be near - est

den and wood - land and


hill - side
may our hearts turn, dear Moth - er,
and pro - tec - tion, sweet Moth - er,
is
with temp - ta - tion
dark - ly

full hearts
Our
thus shall
O
dan - ger
In
For - sake us,

1.
2.
3.
4.

the An- gels,

to - day,

Ma - ry, we crown thee with

Queen of

the May.

Mary E. Walsh, 19th cent.

Buenos Das, Paloma Blanca 463

#3
& 4

GOOD MORNING, LITTLE DOVE

1. Bue - nos
Sa - lu 2. Ni - a
Por - que e lin 3. Qu
Des - pi 4. Cie - lo a que
A

#
&

1. hoy
en
2. tu
hoy
3. El
an
4. en
a

&
#
&
#
&
#
&

ven
tro
- ce
ven
ro
de
- te
flo

Pa
das,
dan - do
lin - da,
tan
res
da es - t
sua
den
yo
zul
pres - tes

te
tu
dul
te
a
tes
es
las

Ma
cien
cho
ma

1.
2.
3.
4.

mi
ya
pu - ra,
gra - cias
da - me

co
sen
te
ya

1.
2.
3.
4.

Gra Qu
En
Re -

cias
te
gus - to
es - te
ci - be es

dar,
tial.
bar;
dar.
flo
al
d
r

Crea del
co - mo el
u voz
Gua - da -

ra ci da,
tu

zn
lla y
Ma
ben

doy
re di - tas

con
ci - be
cho
ma
-

Pa - lo das
1. Bue - nos
Pa - lo das
2. Bue - nos
rom - per
de
3. an - tes
co 4. de un hu - mil - de

dre
te
con
de

lu
les
la
lu
las
el
so
Ma

ma
Blan be - lle - a
san - cro - san ma - a o - lo con - vi - mo - su -

lo
tu
ni
sa
la
- ves
te
tu her

go a
sa
no
ce
nom - bre a go a
sa
ma
de
rom - per
di - cho res
de

E - res
Re - lu pe Mi
Ma - dre

1.
2.
3.
4.

ma
ma
el
ra

ca,
za
ta,
ta,
na!
res
do
ra

res
ba.
a
a.

dor.
al fa
lu -

..

ba,
na
pe,

en - can - tas;
sin
man - cha.
dre
m - a;
di - cin;

a
mi
so
a

Blan
Blan
al
- zn.

mor.
al - ma!
a
d
ni - tas

ca.
ca.
ba.

Traditional

N.B. - Some of the hymnal pages have been omitted from this preview.

602 La Cruz Excelsa al Contemplar


HAMBURG LM

& b 22

cruz ex - cel 1. La
bus - co
2. No
glo 3. Ve - o en su
ros mun- do en - te 4. El

&b

Cris - to a - ll
1. do
2. si - no en la
cruz
mar - cas
3. las
vi 4. d - di - va
dig -

&b

&b

1. na - da
co 2. las
im 3. es
4. A - mor

1.
2.
3.
4.

con
las
tal
en

sa
ria
tro,
ro

por
de
vas
na

se
pue sas
que
po - si tan
gran -

ri - que
las
doy con
go
su - fri - mien
cam - bio e - xi

de
me a
ble
de y

- zas
- zo
- to y
- ge

al
ni
ma
no

de
por
tan to -

mu
Se
do
fre

com - gran com sin

con - tem - plar


ho
nor
- nos,
pies,
se
r

m
mi
del
de o

ri,
or,
lor;
cer.

pa
rar
dan
ms
pren
- der
i
gual

su
su
to
do

a - mor.
a - mor.
a - mor.
el
ser.

Isaac Watts, 16741748


Tr. by William T. T. Millham, 18801961, alt.

For English version, see When I Survey the Wondrous Cross, #829.

Lowell Mason, 17921872

Las Apariciones Guadalupanas 603

2
&b 4

& b ..

Des - de el
Su - pli lle Su
Jun - to al
Juan Die Y en la

cie - lo u - na her - mo
jun - ta
can - te
lle - n
ga - da
pa - sa
mon - te
la
Vir
gui - to,
ro
til - ma en - tre
pa - ra el
7. Des - de en - ton - ces
de
8. Ma - dre - ci - ta
los
sus
se
9. En
pe - nas
pos
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

La Gua - da - lu - pa
1.
2. Y e - ran me - xi - ca
De paz y ar - mo - n
3.
4. Y a - cer - c - se
lue
ce - rro e - li
5. Es - te
6. Su i - ma - gen a - ma
7. Ser Gua - da - lu - pa
el
8. Que es - ts en
cie
9. Y e - le - va sus
o

&b

la Gua - da - lu 1.
2. y e - ran me - xi 3. de paz y ar - mo 4. y a - cer - c - se
ce - rro e 5.
es - te
a 6. su i - ma - gen
7. ser Gua - da - lu el
en
8. que es - ts
9. y e - le - va sus

pa
ca
n
lue
li
ma
pa
cie
o

na,
nos,
a,
go,
jo,
da,
no,
lo,
jos,

na
nos
a
go
jo
da
no
lo,
jos

THE GUADALUPE STORY

- sa ma - a - na,
- ba las
ma - nos,
de a - le - gr - a,
- ba Juan Die - go,
- gen le
di - jo,
- sas pin - ta - das,
me - xi - ca - no,
me - xi - ca - nos,
- tra de hi - no - jos,

la Gua - da - lu y e - ran me - xi de paz y ar - mo y a - cer - c - se


ce - rro e es - te
su i - ma - gen a ser Gua - da - lu el
que es - ts en
y e - le - va sus

ba - j al
su por to - do el
al
o pa - ra ha se
dig es
al rue - ga a
ha - cia el

}
..

pa
ca
n
lue
li
ma
pa
cie
o

Te - pe su
te y
A - n can r
cer mi al de n
go e - sen Dios por
Te - pe -

na,
nos,
a,
go,
jo,
da,
no,
lo,
jos,

yac.
faz.
huac.
tar.
tar.
jar.
cial.
nos.
yac.

..

Traditional

604 Laudate Dominum

&b
Lau - d

&b

te Dminum o- mnes gen - tes:

&b


& b Lau

- d - te Dminumo- mnes gen - tes:


p - pu - li.

collaudte eum om - nes

collaudte eum om - nes

Quniam confirmta est super nos misericrdi- a

e - ius:


&b
b

& p - pu - li. Quniam

confirmta
e - ius:

est super nos misericrdi- a


et vritas Dmini manet in

&b
&b

ae

tr - num.

Glria Patri, et F - li - o,



in ae - tr - num. Glria Patri, et F - li - o,
et vritas Dmini manet

et Spi - r - tu - i

San - cto.

Sicut erat in princpio et nunc et sem-per,

&b
Praise the Lord, all nations; praise him, all people.
et in sacula saecu - l - rum.

A-men.

Tone
Chant,
6

et
- r bestowed
- tu - i his mercy
San - cto.
For Spi
he has
upon us,Sicut erat in princpio et nunc et sem-per,

to the Father, and to theSon, and to the Holy Spirit.


& b Glory
and
and is now,
always shall be forever and ever.
As it was in the beginning,
And the truth of the Lord endures forever.

Amen.
et
in sacula saecu - l - rum.

A-men.

Chant, Tone 6

Laudate Dominum 605

CHORALE

3
&4

# #

Lau - d - te
Sing, praise, and

&
&

Al
Al

le
le

om - nes
peo - ples!

D - mi - num
bless the Lord,
1.

lu
lu

2.

ia!
ia!

gen - tes,
na - tions!

..

#.

Lau - d - te
Sing, praise, and

D - mi - num,
bless the Lord.

Al
Al

le
le

lu
lu

ia!
ia!

Jacques Berthier, 19231994


Text and music 1980, Les Presses de Taiz,
GIA Publications, Inc., excl. North American agent

Laudate Omnes Gentes 606

b
& b b 43

OSTINATO CHORALE

b
& b b .

d
prais

b
&b b

Lau - d
Sing prais

te
es

gen - tes,
peo - ples,

te
es,

om - nes
all you

D - mi - num.
to the Lord.

lau - d
sing prais

gen - tes,
peo - ples,

Lau - d
Sing prais

te
es

te
es,

lau sing

om - nes
all you

D - mi - num!
Lord!
to
the

..

Jacques Berthier, 19231994


Text and music 1984, Les Presses de Taiz,
GIA Publications Inc., excl. North American agent

607 Lead, Kindly Light

b
& b b 44

LUX IN TENEBRIS 10 4 10 4 10 10

b
&b b

thou me
1. Lead
2. Shouldst lead me
lead me
3. Will

on;
on;
on

1. Keep
2. I
3. And

b
&b b

thou my
loved the
with the

feet;
gar
morn

Lead
Lead
The

one
re long

thou me
thou me
night is

do not ask to
day, and, spite of
an - gel fac - es

I
ish
those

dis - tant scene;


1. The
2. Pride ruled my will;
I have loved
3. Which

night is
dark,
loved to choose
moor and
fen,

The
I
Oer

am far from home,


1. I
2. see my path; but
now
3. crag and tor - rent,
till

b
&b b

a - mid then - circ - ling gloom,


ver thus, nor prayed that thou
hath blest me, sure it
still

kind - ly Light,
was not
e
long thy powr

1. Lead,
2. I
3. So

b
&b b

and
and
oer

on.
on.
gone.

see
fears,
smile

step e - nough for


me.
mem - ber not past years.
since, and lost a - while.

John Henry Newman, 18011890

A. Gregory Murray, 19051992

608 Lead Us, Heavenly Father, Lead Us


MANNHEIM 87 87 87

b
& b b 44

1. Lead us, heavn - ly Fa - ther, lead us Oer the worlds tem - pes-tuous sea;
2. Sav - ior, breathe for- give-ness oer us; All our weak- ness thou dost know,
of our God, de- scend-ing, Fill our hearts with heavn- ly joy,
3. Spir - it

b
&b b

1. Guard us, guide us, keep us, feed us, For we have no help but thee;
2. Thou didst tread this earth be - fore us, Thou didst feel its deep- est woe;
3. Love with ev - ry pas- sion blend-ing, Pleas - ure that can nev - er cloy;

b
&b b

1. Yet pos- sess- ing ev - ry bless - ing If our God our Fa - ther be.
2. Self de - ny - ing, death de - fy - ing, Thou to Cal - va - ry didst go.

4
&b b 4

1. Lead us, heavn - ly Fa - ther, lead us Oer the worlds tem - pes-tuous sea;
2. Sav - ior, breathe for- give-ness oer us; All our weak- ness thou dost know,
of our God, de- scend-ing, Fill our hearts with heavn- ly joy,
3. Spir - it

b
&b b

1. Guard us, guide us, keep us, feed us, For we have no help but thee;
2. Thou didst tread this earth be - fore us, Thou didst feel its deep- est woe;
3. Love with ev - ry pas- sion blend-ing, Pleas - ure that can nev - er cloy;

b
&b b

1. Yet pos- sess- ing ev - ry bless - ing If our God our Fa - ther be.
2. Self de - ny - ing, death de - fy - ing, Thou to Cal - va - ry didst go.
3. Thus pro - vid - ed, par- doned, guid - ed, Noth- ing can our peace de- stroy.

James Edmeston, 17911867

Vierstimmiges Choralbuch, Berlin, 1847


Adapt. by Lowell Mason, 17921872

Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence 609

& b 44
1.
2.
3.
4.

Let
King
Rank
At

&b

1. trem 2. earth
3. on
4. sleep -

all mor - tal


of kings, yet
on rank, the
his feet the

bling
he
the
less

flesh
born
host
six -

stand;
stood;
way,
eye,

& b .

1. earth de 2. all
the
3. hell may
4. al - le -

scend
faith
van
lu

eth,
ful
ish
ia,

Cherubic hymn, Liturgy of St. James, 4th cent.


Tr. by Gerard Moultrie, 18291885

hand
blood
day,
cry,

earth hu light
to

ly man
de the

keep
si - lence, And with
of
of
Ma - ry,
As
of
heav - en Spreads its
wingd ser - aph,
Cher - u -

in
his
and
the
end - less
voice
they

Pon - der noth - ing


Lord of lords in
As the light of
Veil their fac - es

&b

1. For with bless - ing


2. In the bod - y
3. From the realms of
4. As with cease - less

PICARDY 87 87 87

fear and
old on
van- guard
bim with

mind - ed,
ves - ture,
scend - eth
Pres - ence,

Christ, our God,


He will give
That the powrs
Al - le - lu -

to
to
of
ia,

Our full hom- age


to
de - mand.
food.
His own self for heavn- ly
As the dark-ness clears a - way.
Al - le - lu - ia, Lord most high!
Traditional French carol, 17th cent.

610 Let All the World in Every Corner Sing


AUGUSTINE 66 66 with Refrain

b4
&b 4

ANTIPHON

Let

all

the world

b
&b

b
&b

b
&b

n #

sing,
VERSES

my

in

God

and

King!

1. the
2. but,

cor - ner

Final

King!

praise may thith - er fly;


door can keep them out;

earth is not too low, his prais - es


a - bove all, the heart must bear the

George Herbert, 15931633

ev - ry
1.2.

1. The heavens are not too high, his


2. The Church with psalms must shout, no

there may
long - est

Repeat Antiphon

grow.
part.

Erik Routley, 19171982


Music 1976, Hinshaw Music, Inc.

Let All the World with Songs Rejoice 611

#
& # 44
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Let
These
Lord,
Thou
That

# .
& #

#
& #

the
world
all
ser - vants once
word
thy
by
sent them, Lord,
Lord
the
when

REX GLORIOSE MARTYRUM LM

with
songs
had
borne
to
them
to
preach
a - gain

1. heavn re - sound with joy - ful voice;


2. gos - pel truth oer hea - then night.
o - pens heavn.
3. key that shuts and
4. cured dis - ease and health con - ferred:
and lead his
peo - ple home,
5. call

1. pos - tles fame, Let


2. light im - part, To
3. wrongs re - pair, And
4. powr once more Our
5. pos - tles blest Be

Exultet caelum laudibus, Latin, 11th cent.


Tr. by Richard Mant, 17761848

heavn
glad
grant
souls
asked

and
our
us
to
to

All
Still
Our
O
We

re the
was
the
shall

Let
joice;
Of
light
The
givn
word Which
To
come

mind - ful
may their
chains un may that
may with

earth their
eyes and
grace to
grace and
share his

tha of
work that
bind, our
heal - ing
a his


praise
cheer
en health
end -

pro - claim.
our heart.
ter there.
re - store:
less rest.

Catholische Geistliche Gesnge, Andernach, 1608

612 Let All Things Now Living

#3
& 4

THE ASH GROVE 66 11 66 11 D

1. Let
2. His

#
&

1. To
2. The

#
&

1. Who
2. The

#
&

1. By
2. The

#
&

1. A
2. With

#
&

1. Till
2. Till

#
&

1. As
2. To

all things now liv - ing


A
law he
en - for - ces, The

God
sun

our
in

Cre - a - tor
its
or - bit

guid - ing
depths of

us
the

ban - ners
are
too, should be

on
to
the
end of
o - cean pro - claim him

oer us, His


voic - ing Our

pil - lar
of
fire shin - ing
glad a - do - ra - tion
a

sha - dows have


all things now

for - ward we
God in
the

Katherine K. Davis, 18921980


Text 1939, 1966, E. C. Schirmer Music Co.

tri - um - phant - ly
o - be - dient - ly

made us, Pro - tect - ed


moun- tains, The riv - ers

light goes
love and

forth
song

raise;
shine.

and stayed us,


and foun- tains,

our
days.
di - vine.

be - fore us,
re - joic - ing,

in
let

thanks - giv - ing


their cour - ses,

fash- ioned and


hills and the

song of
stars in

#

&
1. His
2. We,

the
us

night;
raise,

ban - ished,
van- ished And dark - ness is
liv - ing U - nite
in
thanks - giv - ing

trav - el from light in - to


high - est, ho - san - na and

light.
praise.

Traditional Welsh folk melody

Let Thy Blood in Mercy Poured 613

bb

&

b
&b

b
&b

1.
2.
3.
4.

1.
2.
3.
4.

JESUS, MEINE ZUVERSICHT 78 78 77

Let thy Blood in


mer - cy poured,
Thou didst die that
I might live;
By
the thorns that crowned thy brow,
Wilt thou own the
gift
I bring?

Bod - y
camst to
and the
tence I

1. Of thy bound - less


2. Je - sus by
his
3. Claim, O Christ, thy
4. Of thy match - less

b
&b

self

for

me,

Greek
Tr. by John Brownlie, 18571925

Let thy gra - cious


Bless - ed Lord, thou
By
the spear- wound
All
my pen - i -

Be
gra - cious Lord,
to me, O
All that love of
God could give
By the pain and death, I
now
Thou art my ex - alt - ed King,

bro - ken,
save
me;
nail - ing,
give
thee;

love the to sor - rows gave


love un - fail love for - give

Now

give

ken.
me.
ing.
me.

Thou didst give thy -

my - self

to

thee.

Johann Crger, 15981662

614 Lift High the Cross

j
.

CRUCIFER 10 10 with Refrain

& 44

Lift

&

all

high

the cross,

the

world

&

#.

&

j
#

the

a - dore

1. Come, Chris- tians, fol - low


on their way
by
2. Led
3. Each new - born fol - lwer
Lord, once lift - ed
4. O
shall our song
of
5. So

1. King
2. hosts
3. on
4. death
5. to

vic
of
the
hath
the

love

of Christ pro - claim,

his

sa - cred

j
#

where the Mas - ter


tri - um - phant
this
the Cru - ci of
the glo - rious
on
tri - umph ev - er

to - rious, Christ,
the Son
in
con - quering ranks
God
the
him
brow
seal
of
brought us
life
e - ter vic Cru - ci - fied
for

George W. Kitchin, 18271912, alt.


Michael R. Newbolt, 18741956, alt.

Till

name.

trod, Our
sign, The
fied Bears
Thy
tree,
be: Praise

D.C.

of
God.
com - bine.
who died.
nal - ly.
to - ry!

Sydney H. Nicholson, 18751947


Text and music 1974, Hope Publishing Co.

Lift Up Your Heads 615

4
&4

1. Lift
2. O
3. Fling
4. So

up
blest
wide
come,

&

&

your heads,
the land,
the
por
my Sov -

1. Be - hold
2. Where Christ
3. Make
it
4. Let
new

the
the
a
and

1. The
2. O
3. From
4. Thy

of
py
ly
ly

&

King
hap earth Ho -

1. The
Sav 2. To
whom
3. A - dorned
4. Un - til

ior
this
with
the

Georg Weissel, 15901635


Tr. by Catherine Winkworth, 18271878

kings
hearts
use
Spir

of
King
prayer
glo -

ye
might - y
the
y
cit
tals
your
of
reign;
en - ter

King
rul
tem no
-

TRURO LM

of
er
ple,
bler

is
and
for
it

the
of
and
rious

glo
is
set
life

draw hap heavns


guide

gates;
blest,
heart;
in!

ry
waits!
con - fessed!
a part
be - gin;

ing
py
em
us

is
world
tri - umph
and
love
be
crown

near;
homes
ploy,
on,

here.
comes!
joy.
won.

Musica Sacra Collection of Psalm and Hymn Tunes, and Chants, Bath, c. 1789

616 Litany of the Saints

# Cantor
&

All

Lord, have mer - cy.

# All
&

Christ, have mer - cy.

# Cantor
& w

Lord, have mer - cy.


Cantor

} }

Saint John the


Saint
Saint Peter and Saint
Saint
Saint
Saint Mary

Bap - tist,
Jo - seph,
Paul,
An - drew,
John,
Mag - da- lene,
Ste - phen,
An - ti - och,
Law - rence,
li - ci - ty,
Ag - nes,
Gre - go - ry,

Saint
Saint Ignatius of
Saint
Saint Perpetua and Saint Fe
Saint
Saint
Saint Au
Saint Atha
Saint
Saint
Saint
Saint Francis and Saint
Saint Francis
Saint John Vi
Saint Catherine of Si
Saint Teresa of
All holy men and women, Saints of

Lord, be

# Cantor
&

# Cantor
&

All

Lord, de - liv - er

for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for
for

pray
pray
pray
pray
pray
pray
pray
pray
pray
pray
pray
pray
pray
pray
pray
pray
pray
pray
pray
pray
pray
pray
pray
pray
pray
pray

chael,

gus - tine,
na - sius,
Ba - sil,
Mar - tin,
Ben - e - dict,
Dom - i - nic,
Xa - vi - er,
an - ney,
a,
en
Je - sus,
God,

All

mer - ci - ful,

From
From
From ever
By your
By your Death and
By the outpouring of the

Lord, have mer - cy.

God,
Mi God,

All

Lord, have mer - cy.

Christ, have mer - cy.

Holy Mary, Mother of


Saint
Holy Angels of

# Cantor
&

Cantor

us,

us.
us.
us.
us.
us.
us.
us.
us.
us.
us.
us.
us.
us.
us.
us.
us.
us.
us.
us.
us.
us.
us.
us.
us.
us.
us.

we pray.

All

e - vil, Lord, de - liv - er us, we pray.


all
ev - ry sin,
last- ing death,
In - car - na- tion,
Res - ur - rec-tion,
Ho - ly Spir - it,

All

# Cantor
&

Lord, be

# Cantor
&

mer - ci - ful,

From
From
From ever
By your
By your Death and
By the outpouring of the

# Cantor
&

All

Lord, de - liv - er

us,

we pray.

All

e - vil, Lord, de - liv - er us, we pray.


all
ev - ry sin,
last- ing death,
In - car - na- tion,
Res - ur - rec-tion,
Ho - ly Spir - it,

All

us sin - ners. Lord, we ask you, hear our prayer.

Be merciful to

If there are candidates to be baptized:

Bring these chosen ones


to new birth by the grace of Bap - tism.
If there are no candidates to be baptized:

Make this font holy by your


grace for the new birth of your chil - dren.
Jesus, Son of
the liv-ing God.

# Cantor
&
#

Christ,

&

Cantor

hear

All

us.

Christ,

Christ, gra - cious - ly

Text 2010, ICEL

hear us.

hear

us.
All

Christ, gra - cious - ly

hear us.
Chant

617 Lo, He Comes with Clouds Descending

#
& 44

HELMSLEY 87 87 12 7

1. Lo!
2. Ev 3. Those
4. Yea,

#
&

#
& .

1.
2.
3.
4.

Thou - sand
who
Those
of
Cause
Sav - ior,

1. lu
2. wail
3. rap
4. lu

ia!
ing,
ture,
ia!

#
&
1.
2.
3.
4.

lu
wail
rap
lu

ia!
- ing,
- ture
- ia!
-

Charles Wesley, 17071788

with
shall
kens
Let

Christ
Shall
Gaze
Thou

saints
nought
ex
powr

his
of
the
to
wor - ship thine
for

le ly
what
le -

the
the
we
shalt

de be his
a -

tion
es
dy
nal

scend hold
pas dore

slain;
ty;
bears,
throne;

j
.

Al
deep
with
Al

thou - sand
at
set
end - less
the
take

clouds
now
of
all

va
maj
bo
ter

the tri - umph


and nailed him
his ran - somed
the king - dom

1. Swell
2. Pierced,
3.
To
4. Claim

#
&

j
.

sal
our
dread - ful
daz - zling
e
thine

for
in
his
on

Once
Robed
Still
High

comes
eye
to men!

He
ry
dear
a
-

#
& .
1.
2.
3.
4.

lu
wail
rap
lu

at and
ul and

train:
tree,
ers;
own:

ia!
- ing,
- ture,
ia!
-

ing,
him,
sion
thee,

tend - ing
him,
sold
ta - tion
glo - ry;

. J

le Al
Deep - ly
what
With
le Al
-

Al
deep
with
Al

J
-

le ly
what
le -

re - turns
to
Lord
reign.
true Mes - si - ah
see.
on those
glo - rious
scars!
a - lone.
reign and
thou
Lock Hospital Collection, London, 1765

Lo, How a Rose Eer Blooming 618

&b

ES IST EIN ROS ENTSPRUNGEN 76 76 676

1. Lo,
how a rose eer bloom - ing
2. I - sa - iah twas fore - told
it,
1. Es
ist
ein Ros ent - sprun - gen

&b

From
The
Aus

ten - der
rose I

stem
have

ei - ner

Of
With

Jes - ses
Ma - ry

lin - eage
com
we
be - hold

ing
it,

1. zart,

Wie

uns

Al - ten

gen,

&b

1. As
2. The
1. Von

men
of
Vir - gin
Jes - se

&b

old
Moth
kam

1. came,
a flowr - et bright,
2. show Gods love
a - right,
1. hat
ein Blm - lein bracht

&b

1. win
2. Sav
1. Win

ter,
ior,
ter

German, 15th cent.


Tr. by Theodore Baker, 18511934

When
When
Wohl

have
er
die

half - spent
half - spent
zu
der

sun

sung.
kind.
Art.

was
was
hal -

A - mid
She bore
Mit - ten

the
to
im

the
the
ben

hath
in

Wur - zel

1. sprung!
2. mind;

die

It
To
Und

cold
of
men
a
kal - ten

night.
night.
Nacht.

German, 16th cent.


Speierisches Gesangbuch, Cologne, 1599

619 Long Live the Pope

#
& 44
1.
2.
3.
4.

#
&

#
& .

His
the
the
with

Pope!
by
is
chant,

the
live
Long
Be - lea - guered
sig - net
His
the
raise
Then

#
&

a - gain:
1. gain and yet
hell,
by hosts of
2. set
bear;
3. scep - tre does he
home:
4. church and school and

1. space and time; His


of Christ, A
2. flock
He
3. maj - es - ty
the Flock! Long
4. of

the Shep 1. hail!


a - mid
2. yet,
from ev 3. yet
Fa 4. might - y

#
& .
1.
2.
3.
4.

song:
sword,
zone,
ways,

#
&

the strain
1. heavn
2. cham - pion of
of
3. glo - ry
him length
4. grant

A Be No
In

prais - es sound
earth,
of
foes
Fish - er - mans;
heart and voice,

rule
guards
meek
live

o loy low Shep -

is
the
and
the

throne the hearts of


men:
sen - ti - nel:
watch - ful
Pe - ters
rules from
Chair:
of
the Pope
live
Rome!

ver
al
ly
herd

heavn
cham glo grant

sing,
his
glo - ry
the
shep - herd staff,
sing
lion
voic - es
ful - fill
his hopes,

pro - long,
the Lord,
his throne,
of days,

sing, And
1. glo - ry
2. shep - herd staff, This
The
sing
3. voic - es
his hopes, And
4. fill

Hugh T. Henry, 18621946

all
the earth
Let
bears
a - lone
He
thou - sand mil One
Re - ceive his prayers,

All
And
And
Al -

lov - ing
herd King of Rome, The theme of
the
din and strife, The clash of mace and
ry tribe and tongue, From
ev - ry clime and
his
ther, bless his work, Pro - tect him in

#
& .

His
He
In
Long

Let
He
One
Re -

all
the earth
bears a - lone
thou - sand mil ceive his prayers,

the strain pro - long.


the
of
pion
Lord.
his
of
ry
throne.
him length of
days.

And
This
The
And

his
the
lion
ful -

Henry G. Ganss, 18381913

Lord Jesus, As We Turn from Sin 620

4
&b 4

&b

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

we
Je - sus, as
turn from sin
Lord
call on you whose
liv - ing word
We
Pe - ter
helped him know
Your glance at
heal - ing powr
Reach out and touch with
eve - ning comes
Then stay with us when

hope
Fa had
have
makes

&b
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

GRAEFENBERG CM

re - stored,
ther
known;
de - sired.
re - ceived,
us
blind,

that we bring
wan- dered far,
heal us, Lord,
we may love
light of dawn

Ralph Wright
Text 1980, ICEL

Re O
Now
That
O

With strength and


Has made the
he
The love
The wounds we
And dark - ness

ceive the
hom - age
Shep - herd,
have
we
on
gaze
and
us
for - give - ness
in
un - til
stay
the

To you, our
ris - en
us
Find us and
lead
and
Of self - ish - ness
And may no
long - er
and
May fill both heart

Lord.
home.
pride.
grieve.
mind.
Johann Crger, 15981662

621 Lord Jesus, Think on Me

&

SOUTHWELL SM

Je
Je
Je
Je
Je
Je

1. Lord
2. Lord
3. Lord

4. Lord
5. Lord
6. Lord

#
&

1. purge
2. care
3. mid
4. let
5. when
I
6.

#
&
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

sus,
sus,
sus,
sus,
sus,
sus,

think
think
think
think
think
think

on
on
on
on
on
on

my
From
a - way
sin;
op - pressed;
Let
and woe
bat - tles
In
the
strife;
a - stray; Through
go
me
is
I
the flood
past,
a - bove
To
may sing

free,
me
set
be,
ser - vant
mis - er - y
plex - i - ty
see,
bright - ness
thee
to
and

Synesius of Cyrene, c. 375430


Tr. by Allen W. Chatfield, 18081896, alt.

And
And
Be
Point
And
The

make
taste
thou
thou
share
strains

me
thy
my
the
thy
of

me,
me,
me,
me,
me,
me,

And
With
A
Nor
That,
That

earth - born pas - sions


lov - ing
thy
me
pain and
my
all
per dark - ness and
may the - ter - nal
Fa - ther, Spir - it,

pure with
prom - ised
health and
heavn - ly
at
joy
praise and

in.
rest.
life.
way.
last.
love.

The Psalmes of David in English Metre, London, 1579

Lord of All Hopefulness 622


SLANE 10 11 11 12

b 3
&b b 4
1.
2.
3.
4.

of
of
of
of

Lord
Lord
Lord
Lord

b
&b b

1. Whose
2. Whose
3. Your
4. Whose

b
&b b

1. Be
2. Be
3. Be
4. Be

b
&b b

all
all
all
all

hope - ful
ea - ger
kind - li
gen - tle

ness,
ness,
ness,
ness,

Lord
Lord
Lord
Lord

of
of
of
of

all
all
all
all

joy,
faith,
grace,
calm,

trust, ev - er child - like, no cares could de - stroy:


strong hands were skilled at
the plane and the lathe:
hands swift to
wel - come, your arms to
em - brace:
voice is
balm:
con - tent - ment, whose pres - ence is

there
there
there
there

at
at
at
at

1. Your bliss
in
2. Your strength in
3. Your love
in
4. Your peace in

our
our
our
our

our
our
our
our

Jan Struther, 19011953


Text 1931, Oxford University Press

wak - ing,
la - bors,
hom - ing,
sleep - ing,

and
and
and
and



hearts,
hearts,
hearts,
hearts,

Lord,
Lord,
Lord,
Lord,

at
at
at
at

give
give
give
give

us,
us,
us,
us,

the break of
the noon of
the eve of
the end of

we
we
we
we

the
the
the
the

pray,
pray,
pray,
pray,

day.
day.
day.
day.
Irish folk tune

623 Lord, Thou Hast Searched Me

#3
& 4

#
&

SACRED SONG (AN CHOMAOIN NAOMTHA) LM

1. Lord, thou has searched


2. My words from thee
3. Where can
I
go
4. If
I
the wings
deep - est
dark 5. If

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

rest,
powr
from
way
hid -

#
&
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

I
have
aw - ful
dwell - ing
me
is
day are

planned,
might,
fair;
thine,
bright,

Ps 139
The Psalter, Philadelphia, 1912

me and dost know Wher - eer


can - not hide,
feel
I
I
a - part from thee,
Or whith morn - ing take,
of
And far
me,
ness cov - er
The dark -

go;
I
wher - eer
ev - ry side;
on
pres - ence flee?
thy
my dwell - ing make,
not
from thee;
eth

I
thy
er
a ness

all
Thou know - est
that
won - drous knowl - edge,
O
is
In heavn? It
thy
lead - eth
The hand
that
thee
To
both night
and

And all
my ways
Un - fath - omed depth,
In deaths a - bode?
And my sup - port
The dark - ness shi -

in
thy hand.
are
un - meas - ured height.
thou art there.
Lo,
thy powr di - vine.
as
the light.
neth
Irish melody

Lord, Who at Thy First Eucharist 624

# 4
& #4

#
& #

1. Lord, who
2. For
all
3. We
pray
4. So, Lord,

1. That
2. Make
3. O
4. May

#
& #

Grant
Draw
Back
One

us
us
to
with

1.
2.
3.
4.

With
By
Back
One

long draw to
with

#
& #

1. O
2. Thus
3. Soon
4. More

#
& #

may
may
may
bless -

at
thy first
Eu - cha - rist didst
thy Church, O
Lord,
we
in - ter thee, too,
for
wan - drers from thy
at length when sac - ra - ments shall

pray
cede;
fold;
cease,

might be
for - ev - er
one,
di - vi - sions soon to
cease;
good shep - herd
the sheep,
of
with all
thy Church a - bove,

to
we
of
ken

say
plead,
old,
peace,

and soul, Thy will


be
ing heart
to thee, O Prince of
all
ing
the Church which still that faith doth
in
thy saints
un - bound - ed
one

done.
peace;
keep;
love;

ev - ry
at
the near - er
the faith which
thy saints in

#.

we
we
we
ed

1.3. Through this blest


4. One
with the
William H. Turton, 18561938

thy Church
all
sad
thou our
bring them back,
one
be
we

1.
2.
3.
4.

#
& #

UNDE ET MEMORES 10 10 10 10 10 10

all
all
all
still

sac
Trin

one
one
one
in

Eu each
saints
one

cha - rist
to each,
be - lieved
un - bro -

bread,
bread,
bread,
peace

- ra - ment
- i - ty

one
one
one
and

of
in

bod - y
bod - y
bod - y
to
love

u - ni
u - ni

be,
be,
be,
be

ty.
ty.

William H. Monk, 18231889, alt.

625 Lord, Who throughout These Forty Days


ST. FLAVIAN CM

& b 44

these
who through - out
1. Lord,
Sa - tan
As
thou
with
2.
thou didst
hun - ger
3.
As
of
through these days
4. And
us
that
A - bide
with
5.

&b

&b

us
didst
1.
2. didst the
3. teach us,
4. through thy
5. suf - fer -

1. mourn our
to
2. thee
3. ev - er
4. life
and
5. end - ing

fast
and
pray,
vic - try
win,
gra - cious Lord,
Pas - sion - tide,
ing
is
past,

sins, And
fight,
In
live
By
death,
O
joy
We

for - ty
didst
con bear
and
pen - i when
this

days
tend,
thirst,
tence,
life

For
And
So
And
Of

Teach
us
with thee
O
give
us strength
self,
To
die
to
For - ev - er - more,
of
An
Eas - ter

close
thee
thy
Lord,
may

thee
to
by
con - quer
to
ho - ly
most
us
a with
at
at - tain

Claudia F. Hernaman, 18381898, alt.

to
in
and
in
un -

stay.
sin.
word.
bide.
last!

The Whole Booke of Psalmes, London, 1562

626 Lord, You Have Come to the Seashore

#
& # 68 .

PESCADOR DE HOMBRES

1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.

#
& #

Lord,
Lord,
Lord,
Lord,
T
T
T
T

1. Nei 2. In
3. Help
4. Be
1. No has
2. En
3. Mi
4. An -

#
& # j

ther
my
me
the

you have come to the


sea see my goods, my pos - ses take my hands and di - rect
drift on the wa I
as
has ve - ni - do a la o - ri bien lo que ten sa - bes
ne - ce - si - tas mis ma pes - ca - dor de o - tros
la -

j
.

search - ing for


boat you find
spend my - self
rest - ing place

bus - ca
mi
bar
can - san
sia e - ter

j
.

do
ca
cio
no

the
no
in
of

rich nor the


pow - er, no
seek - ing the
my rest - less

shore,
sions;
them.
ters,
lla,
go;
nos,
gos,

. .

wise,
wealth.
lost,
heart.
ni a sa - bios ni a ri - cos;
no hay o - ro ni es - pa - das,
que a o - tros des - can - se,
de al - mas que es- per - an,

4.
1.
2.
3.
4.

#
& #

Lord,

as

T
T
T
T

has
sa ne pes -

1. Nei 2. In
3. Help
4. Be
1. No has
2. En
3. Mi
4. An -

j
.

ther
my
me
the

#
& # j

do
ca
cio
no

j
.

1. De - sir - ing on ac - cept,


2. Will you
3. Re - turn - ing love
4. My lifes com - pan 1. Tan s - lo quie 2. Tan s - lo
re 3. A - mor que quie 4. A - mi - go bue -

##

O,
Se

Lord,
or,

j
.

#
& #

j .

#
& #

&

search - ing for


boat you find
spend my - self
rest - ing place

bus - ca
mi
bar
can - san
sia e - ter

#
& # .

drift on the wa
I
ve - ni - do a la o - ri
bien lo que ten
bes
ce - si - tas mis ma
ca - dor de o - tros
la

gent - ly smil - ing,


Son - ri - en - do

All
I longed for
En la a - re - na

at
your
Jun - to a

Cesreo Gabarin, 19361991


Tr. by Robert C. Trupia
Tr. 1987, OCP

side,
Ti

the
no
in
of

ly
then,
for
ion,
res
des
ra
no,

ters,

lla,
go;
nos,
gos,

. .

rich nor the


pow - er, no
seek - ing the
my rest - less

wise,
wealth.
lost,
heart.
ni a sa - bios ni a ri - cos;
no hay o - ro ni es - pa - das,
que a o - tros des - can - se,
de al - mas que es- per - an,

j
.

that I should fol my nets and la the love you gave


my friend and ref te
si que yo
tra - ba mi
y
a - man se - guir
me
lla que a - s

with your eyes set up - on


me has mi - ra - do a los
o -

low.
bor?
me.
uge.
ga.
jo.
do.
mas.

I have found by the


he de - ja - do mi

.
I will seek oth - er
bus - ca - r o - tro

j ..

me,
jos,

wa - ter,
bar - ca,

shores.
mar.

you have spo- ken my name,


has di - cho mi nom - bre,

Cesreo Gabarin, 19361991


Spanish text and music 1979, Cesreo Gabarin, pub. by OCP
5336 NE Hassalo, Portland, OR 97213. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

627 Love Divine, All Loves Excelling


HYFRYDOL 87 87 D

& b 43

1. Love
2. Come,
3. Fin -

&b

&b

all
di - vine,
al - might - y
thy
then
ish

1. heavn
to
2. all
thy
3. spot - less

earth
life
let

ex - cel de - liv cre - a

come down,
re - ceive;
be;
us

loves
to
new

ling, Joy
Let
er,
tion, Pure

Fix
us
in
Sud - den - ly
Let
see
us

of
us
and

thy
re thy

1. hum - ble
mer - cies crown.
dwell - ing, All
thy faith - ful
2. turn and
tem - ples leave.
nev - er, Nev - er - more thy
3. great sal - va - tion Per - fect - ly
re - stored in
thee:

&b

Je - sus,
1.
we
2. Thee
3. Changed from

&b

1. bound - ed
2. as
thy
3. heavn we

&b

thou
would
glo -

love
hosts
take

art
be
ry

all
com - pas - sion,
al - ways bless - ing,
in - to
glo ry,

thou art;
a - bove,
our place,

1. thy
tion; En - ter
sal - va ceas - ing, Glo - ry
2. with - out
3. crowns be - fore
in
thee, Lost

Charles Wesley, 17071788, alt.

Vis - it
Pray,
and
Till
we

Pure
Serve
Till

us
praise
cast

un thee
in

with
thee
our

ev - ry trem - bling heart.


in
thy per - fect love.
won - der, love, and praise.
Rowland H. Prichard, 18111887

b
&b
Lux

ae

tr

na

Lux Aeterna 628

* l - ce - at

b
&b
b

& b Cum
san - num,
ctis
- is in ae - tr
tu
b
& b Lux
ae - tr - na * l - ce - at
b
- em ae - tr
- nam do - na
& b R - qui
b san- ctis tu - is in ae - tr - num,
& b Cum

bb et lux per - p - tu - a l
&
b - qui
& b R
-em ae - tr -nam do - na
b
tu - is in ae - tr - num,
& b Cum
San-ctis

e - is,

D - mi

ne:


qui
- a pi - us es.

e - is, D - mi - ne:

e - is, D - mi - ne,
qui -a pi - us es.
- ce - at e - is.

D - mi - ne,

qui -a pi - us es.

e - is,

et eternal
luxlightper
- upon
p -them,
tu O
- Lord;
a
l - ce - at
Let
shine
may they be with your saints forever, for you are merciful.
Eternal rest grant to them, O Lord;
and let perpetual light shine upon them.
Cum
San-ctis
- is saints
in forever,
ae - tr for
- num,
qui - a
May they
be withtuyour
you are merciful.

b
&b

e - Chant,
is. Mode VIII


pi -

us es.

Chant, Mode VIII

629 Madre Llena de Afliccin


STABAT MATER DOLOROSA 887

ESTRIBILLO

&b

Ma - dre

lle - na

&b

&b

lla - gas,
ESTROFAS

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.

Pi Ya
Lo
La
Lle Mu La
A
Tres
Ya en
Con
De
De a Y en

&b

de a - flic - cin,

gra - bad

la - to
la cruz
pos-tra en
San - ta
va la
jer pia cruz sus
los que
ve - ces
el Cal du - ros
la cruz
quel ca un se -

fir
car
tie

Ma
cruz
do
hom
llo
pos
va
cla
ha
dal
pul

Jacopone da Todi, c. 12301306


Tr.: Traditional

de

en

co

sa
bros
ran
tra
rio
vos
ce
so,
cro

me
pas
ra
do
o
to

da,
jo
ron
gos
na
jan
rio

las

due re
cruz

o
no;

tier
ga
lien
ga
men
le
da
cer
Ver
re
nue

no
do:
zo;
do;
tos,
o
ron;
bo
bo
gio,
vo,

en
un ma - de
son
a - quel pe
el
buen
pe
de am - bos el
es
a - yu - da
re - ci - be en pre
es
ya pos - tra
por s y sus deu
del
Pa- dre e - ter
con hiel mez - cla
al Dios del cie
al
u - ni - ver
to - do des - he
que - da cu - bier

ra - zn.

con - tra mi
mi
na - za la
san - ta
en - cuen - tra
ya
fa - ti le o - fre- ce un
los
ha lla por sus tor el
du - ro
le
des - nu en
tro - no a c - te - dra el
ya
tro - no
del
to - do

Je - su - cris - to

mi

ma
ga
rra
dre

que mue-ra in - fa
ay,
que mis cul
gi - me y sus - pi
y
que-da he - ri
por
ci - ri - ne
su
ros - tro san
se - gun - da vez
que
llo - ren, man
en
tie- rra al Hi
die
vi - no le
cla - van ver - du
dan - do doc - tri
13. su
cuer - po ba
14. a - quel san - tua
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.

Al Estribillo

ro.
so.
Je - ss.
- cho.
do.
- mio.
do.
- dos.
no.
do.
lo.
- so.
cho.
- to.

Ref.: Maintzisch Gesangbuch, Mainz, 1661


Vss.: Traditional

For Latin version, see Stabat Mater Dolorosa, #763.


For English version, see At the Cross Her Station Keeping, #436.

b
&b

1. Ma - gn

b
&b

2. Et
3. Qui 4. Qui 5. Et
6. F 7. De 8. E 9. Sus 10. Sic 11. Gl 12. Sic -

fi

cat

nima

Magnificat 630

me - a

D - mi - num.

us
me
ae:
su
est:
po - tens
ricrdia ejus a prognie in pro - g - ni - es
o:
su
tntiam in brchio
de,
se
it potntes de
nis:
bo
su - ri - ntes implvit
um,
su
Israel perum
c - pit
stros,
no
lo - ctus est ad patres
ut
F - li - o,
Patri, et
ri - a
per,
sem
e - rat in princpio, et nunc, et
ut

ex - sul re a
fe a
mi - se po cit
p - su -

tvit spritus
spxit humilittem ancllae
cit mihi magna qui


&b
b - gn - fi - cat
nima
me - a D - mi - num.
& b1. Ma
}

bb2. in Deo salu
o.
t - ri me
} - - nes.
& 3. ecce enim
ex hoc betam me dicent
omnes gene - ra - ti -

men e- - usjus.
no -me
et sanctum
2.4. Et
ex - sul - tvit spritus
- ae:um.
3.5.Qui
ti -subus etimn
ancllae
re - spxit humilittem
- a
su
- est: i.
4.6.Qui
cor po
- dis- tens
disprsit
cit mihi magna qui
fe - mente
- a suprbos
- les.
et exalmi - se - ricrdia ejus
5.7. Et
ni - -mi es
a prognie in pro t
- -gvit - h
6.8. F
sit suin - - - o:nes.
et dvites
po - tntiam in brchio
- cit dim
- de,ae.
7.9. De
di -seae su
recordtus
su - it potntes de - p - misericr
10.
sa
cu
- la.
in
jus
Abraham
et
smini
e
8. E - su - ri - ntes implvit
nis:
bo
11.
cto.
- um,
9. Sus
tu su
- i Sn
et Spir
Israel perum
- c - pit
12. Sic
men.
- stros,
rum. A
10.
l -no
et in- sacula
saecu
lo
- ctus est ad patres
ut

11. Gl
Lk 1:4655

Patri, et
- ri - a
of theetLord.
12.1. My
ratgreatness
in princpio,
nunc, et
e - the
ut proclaims
Sic -soul

b he has looked upon his servant in her lowliness:


3. For
& b all ages to come shall call me blessed.
2. My spirit finds joy in God my savior,

F sem

li
-

o, Tone 8G
- Chant,
per,

4. God who is mighty has done great things for me, holy is his name:
2. in Deo salu
o.
t - ri me
5. His mercy is from age to age on those who fear him.
3. ecce enim ex hoc betam me dicent omnes gene - ra - ti -
nes.
6. He
has shown might with his arm:
4. et sanctum
jus.
no - men e
he has confused the proud in their inmost thoughts.
5. timn
um.
ti - bus e
7. He has deposed the mighty from their thrones and raised the lowly to high places.
6. disprsit suprbos mente
i.
cor - dis su
8. The
hungry he has given every
7. et exal
t - vit h - mi - les.
- good thing,
while the rich he has sent empty away.
8. et dvites dim
nes.
in -
sit
9. He has upheld Israel his servant, ever mindful of his mercy:
9. recordtus misericr
ae.
di - ae su
10. Even
as heet
promised
Abraham and
10. Abraham
sa - cu forever.
- la.
jus hisindescendants
smini eour fathers, promised
11. Glory to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit.
11. et Spir
tu - i Sn - cto.
12. As
it was
in the
beginning, and is now,
foreverAand -ever.men.
Amen.
12. et in
l be
- rum.
sacula
saecu
- and always shall

Lk 1:4655

Chant, Tone 8G

631 Magnificat

b 2
&b b 2

b
&b b

spir - it

he

b
&b b

re - joic - es

b
&b b

blessed:

b
&b b

me,

4. He

in

has looked with

ant.

b
&b b

3. The Al - might

and

ho

mer - cy

b
&b b

his

ceit.

b
&b b

thrones,

b
&b b

has

serv

fear

and has

has

me

is

his Name.

him

in

5. He has shown the strength

has

2. For

done great things for

ho - ly

tion.

he has scat-tered the proud in

6. He

7. He

low - ly

ior;

my

all gen - er - a - tions will call

those who

arm,

his

the Lord,

on

on

ly,

has

Sav

ev - ry gen - er - a

of

day

God my

From this

fa - vor

b
&b b
b
&b b

1. My soul pro - claims the great-ness of

b
&b b

cast down the

lift - ed

filled the

up

from their

low

hun - gry

their con -

might - y

the

ly.

with good things,

b
&b b

thrones,

b
&b b
b
&b b

b
&b b

cy,

b
&b b

be

filled the

for

a - way

emp

ly.

serv - ant

Is - ra -

he made to

A - bra - ham,

10. Glo - ry

to

the

Ho - ly

ev - er.

Spir

ning

it:
3

is

men.

thers,

ev

to

Fa - ther, and

mer

fa

and his chil-dren for

the

our

prom-ise

ty.

sent

he has re - mem - bered his prom-ise of

be - gin

has

with good things,

9. The

hun - gry

come to the help of his

and to

the

for

to

up

has

b
&b b

the

he

8. He

b
&b b

el

b
&b b

has

b
&b b

and the rich

lift - ed

low

7. He

and has

b
&b b

b
&b b

the

er.

Son,

11. As

now,

it was in

and will

*May be sung in alternatum.


Lk 1:4655
Text: ICET

Richard Rice
Music 2008, Richard Rice

632 Maiden, Yet a Mother


CRANHAM 65 65 D

4
& b 4 .

& b .

& b .

& b .

1. Maid - en, yet a


moth - er,
2. Thus his place pre - par - ed,
3. Nor
a - lone thou hear - est
4. La - dy, lest our
vi - sion,

1. High
be - yond all
oth - er,
2. Mid
his crea - tures tar - ried,
3. Of - ten thou art near - est
4. Still
let thy pe - ti - tion

1. Thou the con - sum


2. There his love he
3. Mir - rored in thy
4. Un - to whom all

- ma - tion
nour - ished,
fash - ion
mer - it,

Dante Alighieri, 12651321


Tr. by Ronald A. Knox, 18881957
Tr. Search Press, Ltd.

j
.

Low - li - er
is none;
In thy bos - om laid;
When our voic - es fail;
With thy Son pre - vail,

Planned by Gods de - cree,


Warmth that gave in - crease
All
cre - a - tions good,
Powr and maj - es - ty

Daugh - ter of
thy son,
He who all things made
When thy name we hail;
Striv - ing heavn-ward, fail,

1. When our lost cre - a - tion


2. To
the root whence flour - ished
3. Mer - cy, might, com - pas - sion
4. With the Ho - ly
Spir - it

j
w

No - bler rose
in thee!
Our e - ter - nal peace.
Grace thy wom - an - hood.
And the Fa - ther be.
Gustav Holst, 18741934

Merciful Savior, Hear Our Humble Prayer 633

&b

&b

&b

1. Mer - ci - ful
2. Je - sus, all
gen - tle
3. O
at your
4. Lord,

1.
2.
3.
4.

1. Though sin
2. Un - to
3. Your cross
4. Ban - ish

&b

And

Sav
ho
Sav
Pas

give their

Melvin L. Farrell
Text 1955, WLP

spir - its

yet
we
ev
let

par - don,

passed be - yond
man was made
cleanse their hearts
with these souls

has touched them,


your mer - cy
them
has
won
their
sor - rows,

grant them

hear our hum - ble prayer,


mer - ci - ful and
just,
Lamb for sin - ners slain,
love did con - quer
fear;

- ior,
- ly,
- ior,
- sion

ser - vants
all your
you re - mem - ber
on your broth - ers,
tri - umph
share that

For
Do
Look
Now

&b

OLD 124TH 10 10 10 10 10

their
these
- er your

Je - sus,

light and

lifes
from
of
so

care;
dust;
stain:
dear:

weak - ness
souls en last - ing
light ap -

spare.
trust.
gain.
pear.

Sav - ior

blest,

end - less

rest.

Pseaumes octante trois de David, Geneva, 1551


Louis Bourgeois, c. 1510c. 1561

634 My Shepherd Will Supply My Need

b
& b 43

RESIGNATION CMD

1. My
shep
2. When
I
3. The
sure

b
&b

1. Lord God
2. pres - ence
3. tend me

b
&b

1. brings
2. hand,
3. would

b
&b

my
in
I

his
1. sake
2. ta - ble
and
3. go

b
&b

name.
stay;
days;

Be - side
Drives all
And all

ways;
spread;
come;

the liv - ing


my fears
a my work be

1. mer - cys sake,


2. o - ver - flows,
a
3. or
guest,

paths
In
oil
Thy
like
But


And
My
No

The
Thy
At -

need,
death,
God

In
pas - tures green he
of
One word
thy sup thy house be
O
may

my
of
my

wan - dring spir - it


of
my
sight
all
a
find
set - tled

Ps 23
Isaac Watts, 16741748, alt.

his
my
my

1. makes me feed
2. port - ing breath
a - bode
3. my

b
&b

herd will
sup - ply
walk through the shades
pro - vi - sions
of

is
is
all

stream.
way.
praise!

He
Thy
There

back
foes,
rest,

for my
ers

When I
Doth still
While oth -


me,
with
a

leads
cup
more

of truth and
a - noints my
a child
at

his
for
bless - ings
stran - ger

grace.
head.
home.

Beauties of Harmony, Pittsburgh, 1828

My Song Is Love Unknown 635

##

&
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

is
from
they

love
his
strew

Why,
They
In

song
came
times
what
rise,
life

has
and
no

7. Here

might

my
needs
house,
stay

My
He
Some

##

&

#
& #

1. Sav - iors
2. va - tion
3. his strong
4. makes this
5. dear Lord
6. Lord on
7. sto - ry

1. shown
2. none
3. day
4. run,
5. save,
6. tomb
7. King,

#
& #

1. O
2. But
3. Then
4. Sweet
5. Yet
6. What
7. This

#
& #

me,
love
to
to
be - stow,
sing,
prais - es
spite?
rage and
made
a - way;
earth might have;
so
di - vine:

That
they might
The longed - for
Ho - san - nas
He
gave
the
The Prince
of
But
what
a
Nev - er
was

who am
I
O
my friend,
Cru - ci - fy!
in - ju - ries!
stead - fast
he
may
I
say?
is
my friend,

1. Lord should take


frail
2. at
my
need
his
3. for
his
death they
4. selves
dis - please, and
5. he
his
foes
from
6. mine
the
tomb where
7. all
my
days could

Samuel Crossman, 16241683

un
blest
his
Lord
will
no

and

LOVE UNKNOWN 66 66 88

known,
throne
way,
done?
have
home

What
My
My

sing,

No

My
Sal And

to
the
Love
love - less
men made strange, and
But
Re - sound - ing
all
the
made the
He
lame
to
mur - der - er
A
they
death no
In
friend - ly
was love, dear
Nev - er

love
Christ
to
blind
Life
strang
grief

for
that
friend
my
all
is
they
Yet
suf to
was
Heavn
whose
in

flesh,
life
thirst
gainst
thence
- in
glad

ly
would
their
their
they
er
like

be.
know.
King.
sight.
slay.
gave.
thine.

my
sake
in - deed,
their breath,
at
these
fring goes,
his home;
sweet praise

My
Who
And
Them That
But
I

and
did
and
him
might
he

die?
spend.
cry.
rise.
free.
lay.

ly

spend.
John Ireland, 18791962
Music 1923, John Ireland Trust

636 My Soul Rejoices

# 4
& #4

REFRAIN

My soul re - joic - es

#
& #
#
& #

&

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

My
Your
You
You
Just

in God,

my

Sav - ior.

God, the liv - ing

soul pro - claims your might


mer - cy
flows through - out
the
cast
from
might - y
the
fill
hun - gry with
you
as
A prom - ised

My spir - it finds its joy in

VERSES

##

God.

- y
deeds.
the
land,
their thrones
good things.
bra - ham,

My
and
and
With
you

To Refrain

your name.
great - ness of
spir - it sings the
ev - ry gen - er - a - tion knows your love.
new
to
low - ly
life.
raise the poor and
a - way.
send the rich
emp - ty hands you
Is - ra - el.
free your
peo - ple,
come to

Lk 1:4655

Owen Alstott
Text and music 1984, 1991, OCP, 5336 NE Hassalo, Portland, OR 97213
All rights reserved. Used with permission.

637 Nearer, My God, to Thee


BETHANY 64 64 6664

4
&b 4

1. Near - er, my
2. Though like the
3. There
let the
4. Then, with my
5.
Or
if
on

my
my
my

God,
God,
God,

God,
Near - er
thee!
to thee,
to
wan - der - er,
The
sun gone down,
way
Steps
ap - pear
un - to heavn;
wak - ing thoughts Bright with thy praise,
joy - ful wing, Cleav - ing the
sky,

&b

&b

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Een though it
be
a cross
Dark - ness be
o - ver me,
All
that thou send - est me
Out
of my ston - y griefs,
Sun, moon, and stars for - got,

all my song shall be,


1. Still
in my dreams Id be
2. Yet
3. An - gels to
beck - on me

That
rais - eth
My
rest a
In
mer - cy
Beth - el Ill
Up - ward I

Near - er,
Near - er,
Near - er,

me;
stone;
givn;
raise;
fly,

to thee,
to thee,
to thee,

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Een though it
be
a cross
Dark - ness be
o - ver me,
All
that thou send - est me
Out
of my ston - y griefs,
Sun, moon, and stars for - got,

&b

all my song shall be,


1. Still
in my dreams Id be
2. Yet
3. An - gels to
beck - on me
by my woes
4. So
to be
all my song shall be
5. Still

&b

Near
Near
Near
Near
Near

1.5. Near - er, my God,

to thee,

me;
stone;
givn;
raise;
fly,

That
rais - eth
My
rest a
In
mer - cy
Beth - el Ill
Up - ward I

Near

er,
er,
er,
er,
er,

my
my
my
my
my

God,
God,
God,
God,
God,

er

to
to
to
to
to

thee,
thee,
thee,
thee,
thee,

to

Sarah F. Adams, 18051848

thee.
Lowell Mason, 17921872

For Spanish version, see Cerca de T, Seor, #467.

Noche de Paz 638

b
& b 68 .

STILLE NACHT Irregular

1. No - che de paz,
2. No - che de paz,
3. No - che de paz,

b
&b

J .

1. de - rre - dor,
pas - tor,
2. fiel
3. res - plan-dor

no - che de a- mor!
no - che de a- mor!
no - che de a- mor!

To - do duer - me en
O - ye hu - mil - de el
qu be - llo
Ved

en - tre los as - tros que es- par - cen su luz,


co - ros ce - les - tes que a- nun - cian sa - lud,
lu - ce en el ros - tro del ni - o Je - sus,

b
& b .

. . .

b
& b .

1. be - lla, a- nun- cian- do al ni - i - to Je - ss,


2. gra - cias y glo - rias en gran ple - ni - tud,
pe - se - bre, del mun - do la luz,
3. en el

1. paz,
2. tor,
3. gor,

bri - lla la es - tre - lla de


por nues- tro buen Re- denas - tro de e - ter - no ful -

bri - lla la es - tre - lla de


paz.
Re - den - tor.
por nues - tro buen
as - tro de e - ter - no ful - gor.

Joseph Mohr, 17921848


Tr. by Federico Fliedner, 18451901

For English version, see Silent Night, #747

Franz Gruber, 17871863

639 Nothing Can Trouble

4
& 4 j

& J

OSTINATO

1.

Noth - ing can trou - ble, noth- ing can fright- en. Those who seek God shall
Na - da te tur - be
na - da te es - pan - te. Quien a Dios tier - ne

nev - er
na - da

..
2.

go want - ing.
le fal - ta.

God
a - lone
So - lo
Dios

St. Teresa of Jesus; Taiz Community

fills
bas

us.
ta.

Jacques Berthier, 19231994


Text and music 1991, Les Presses de Taiz,
GIA Publications Inc., excl. North American agent

640 Now, His Years of Life Perfected


BEACH SPRING 87 87 87

& b 23
1.
2.
3.
4.

Now, his
Gall he
Hail, true
Bend thy

&b

&b

years
drinks,
Cross,
branch -

&b

1. Vic - tim, hangs re 2. cleans - ing tide re i - ron


3. wood, and
4. let thy wood en -

Venantius Fortunatus, c. 530c. 609


Tr. by Ronald A. Knox, 18881957, alt.
Tr. Search Press, Ltd.

ed,
ing;
est,
him,

Our a Reed and


King of
Bend that

the doom long since e By


Plot his gen - tle frames un fruit thou
Leaf and flowr and
Let thy
na - tive force, to

ed, Bound and nailed to


ing; Blood and wa - ter
est, Heal - ing for
a
him, All its rug - ged -

life per - fect strength sub - du


beau - ty
rar
down to
meet

of
his
of
es

1. tone - ments price to


be;
nail and spear
2. thorn and
for - est trees;
the
3. all
4. stub - born heart of thine;

1. lect 2. do 3. bear 4. greet

us
set
thence ap worlds dis re ness

On the cross
ject - ed
new - ing Earth and sea
fair - est, Yet more fair
him, Roy - al suf treat

Christ, our
With their
Fair - est
Gent - ly

free,
pear
ease;
sign;

of
and
who
frer

Cal - va - ry.
star - ry sphere.
hung on thee.
and di - vine.

Attr. to Benjamin F. White, 18001879


The Sacred Harp, Philadelphia, 1844

Now Thank We All Our God 641

b 4
&b b 4

b
&b b

In
And
With

1. done,
2. hearts
3. reigns

b
&b b

es,
us,
en,

voic near
giv -

1. With count-less gifts of


2. And free us from all
3. For thus it was, is

With
Through
The

won - drous things hath


ev - er - joy - ful
Son, and him who

es;
us;
en,

Who,
Pre E -

on our way
blessed us
in dis - tress,
guide us
earth and heavn a - dore;

Hath
And
Whom

love,
sin,
now,

Who
With
The

world re - joic
peace to
cheer
high - est
heav

God
God
God

whom his
bless - ed
in
them

1. from our moth- ers arms,


2. serve us in his grace,
3. ter - nal, Tri - une God,

b
&b b

1. hearts and hands and


be
our life
2. all
3. Fa - ther now be

b
& b b .

our
all
gra - cious
to
thanks

we
this
and

thank
may
praise

1. Now
2. O
3. All

NUN DANKET 67 67 66 66

And still is ours to - day.


Till heav - en we pos - sess.
And shall be ev - er - more.

Martin Rinckart, 15861649


Tr. by Catherine Winkworth, 18271878, alt.

For Spanish version, see De Boca y Corazn, #505.

Johann Crger, 15981662

642 Now the Green Blade Riseth


NOL NOUVELET 11 10 10 11

#2
& 4

1. Now
2. In
3. Forth
4. When

the
the
he
our

green blade
grave they
came at
hearts are

#
&

#
&

1.
2.
3.
4.

1.
2.
3.
4.

Wheat that in
Think - ing that
that for
He
touch can
His

Love
Laid
Raised
Fields

#
&

lives a in the
from the
of our

Love is

come

ris - eth
laid him,
Eas - ter
win - try,

dark earth
nev - er
three days
us
call

gain,
earth
dead,
hearts

a - gain

that
like
my
that

like

from the
love by
like the
griev - ing,

bur - ied grain,


ha - tred slain,
ris - en grain,
or in
pain,

days has lain;


man - y
would wake a - gain,
he
the
grave had lain;
in
life
a - gain,
back to

with
grain
liv dead

the
that
ing
and

dead
sleeps
Lord
bare

has
un is
have

been;
seen;
seen;
been;

wheat that spring-eth green.

John M. C. Crum, 18721958


Text 1928, Oxford University Press

Traditional French melody

643 Now with the Fast-Departing Light


LUCIS CREATOR OPTIME LM

&

1. Now with the fast - de - part- ing light, Ma - ker of all! we ask of thee,
2. Far off let i - dle vis- ions fly;
No phan- tom of the night mo - lest:
3. Fa - ther of mer-cies! hear our cry; Hear us, O sole - be - got - ten Son!

&

1. Of thy great mer- cy, through the night Our guard-ing and de- fense to be.
e - ne - my,
2. Curb thou our rag-ing
That we in chaste re - pose may rest.
3. Who, with the Ho - ly Ghost most high, Reign- est while end- less a - ges run.

&
A

men.

Te lucis ante terminum


Latin, 6th cent.
Tr. by Edward Caswall, 18141878

Mode VIII

b
&b

R/. Lu - men

ad

Nunc Dimittis 644

re - ve - la - ti - - nem

gn - ti - um:

b
&b
b
& b et gl - ri - am ple - bis tu - ae s - ra - el.

}
&R/. Lu - men ad re - ve - la - ti - - nem gn - ti - um:
b
di - mttis
D
servum
cu tu - - um,
- mi
&1.2.b Nunc
- - ne,i
Qui
li me
- a vidrunt
3.
Quod
et - ri gl
ri - am
ple - bis
4. Gl
- a- Patri,
5. Sic - ut
erat in princpio, et nunc,

b
& bb

&1.bNunc

pa - r
sti
tu et
- ae Fs -- ra
li -- el.o,
et
sem
per,

di - mttis servum tu
um,
D - mi - ne,
- a verbum
2. 1.Qui
vidrunt
me - ce.
i
pa
secndum
tu cu um
in li
R/.
3. 2. salu
Quodsti
t - re pa - tur - um.
R/.
4. 3.Gl
ri - mnium
a Patri,
li - R/.
o,
ante-fciem
po - pu et - lF - - rum.
5. 4. Sic
- ut
erat in princpio,
et nunc,
sem - cto.
per,
et Spir
tu
i et San
R/.
5. et in sacula saecu
l - rum.
A - men. R/.

bb
&
Lk 2:2932

Chant, Mode VIII

A light for revelation to the gentiles, and glory for thy people Israel.
pathy word;
- ce.
1. secndum
verbum
tu servant-depart in
um
in
Lord,
now lettest
thou thy
peace, according
to
tu before
- um.
2. salu
- salvation, which
t thou
- hast
re prepared
For
mine eyes have seen thy
the
rum.
lthe-glory
3. ante
mnium
poGentiles,
- puand -to be
face
of allfciem
people,
to be a light to lighten the
of
cto.
4. et
Spir Israel. Glory to -the Father, and to
tuthe Son,
iand to the
SanHoly
- Ghost:
thy
people
5. itetwas
in sacula
saecu
- and ever l
A - men.
as
in the beginning,
is now,
shall- be.rum.
Amen.

Lk 2:2932

R/.
R/.
R/.
R/.
R/.

Chant, Mode VIII

645 O Bless the Lord, My Soul

& b 44

ST. THOMAS (WILLIAMS) SM

1. O
2. O
3. He
4. Then

&b
1.
2.
3.
4.

bless
bless
clothes
bless

Lord,
Lord,
with
ho -

the
the
thee
his

my
my
his
ly

1.
2.
3.
4.

in
ben fir crowns

To
join
fits! The
ties And
days! O

me
e mi thy

soul!
soul!
love;
name,

His
His
Up
Whose

And
all
that
is
with For - get
not
all
his
He
heal - eth thine in Whose lov - ing - kind - ness

to
thee pro - claim!
grace
in
mind!
bear
mer - cies
truth;
holds thee with his
grace
hath made thee whole,

& b n

his
bless
to
Lord
ran - soms
the
bless

ho - ly
thee
is
thee from
Lord, my

James Montgomery, 17711854

name!
kind.
death.
soul!
Aaron Williams, 17311776

646 O Blessed Saint Joseph

#
& 43

PADERBORN 11 11 11 11

bless - ed Saint
you to the

1. O
2. For

#
&

1. The
2. And

#
&
1. The
2. Ah,

#
&

1. Dear
2. Dear

one cho - sen


Je - sus and

fa - ther of
bless - ed Saint

spouse of
spouse of

Frederick W. Faber, 18141863, alt.


our
our

Jo - seph,
pil - grim

shad - ow
Ma - ry


how
are


of
felt

Je - sus!
I
Jo - seph, how

La - dy,
La - dy,


a
if

great was your worth,


fa - ther and guide,

God
safe

up - on
by your

earth,
side;

wish you would be,


safe
I should be,

fa - ther to
you were with

me!
me!

Catholisch-Paderbornisches Gesang-Buch, Paderborn, 1765

O Christ, Our Hope 647

b 4
&b b 4

1. O
2. How
3. But
4. O
5. Christ
6. All

Christ, our
the
vast
the
now
thy
may
Je - sus,
to
praise

b
& b b n

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

world
cross
Fa fore
may
Ho -

b
&b b

1.
Its
2.
To
3.
In
4. And
5.
To
6. Through

Cre - a And led


And thou
O
may
Our
on To
Fa -

spring;
thee,
paid;
spare,
ward;
be

Its
thou,
art
Sav - ior and its
To
die
to
set thy peo - ple
ar thers throne In
maj - es - ty
thy throne And find ac - cept - ance
the
To
in
be
it
glo - ry
Ghost Through all
e - ter - ni ly

Sav
set
maj
find
glo
all

Jesu nostra redemptio


Latin, 8th cent.
Tr. by John Chandler, 18061876, alt.

Re hope, our
de - sire,
hearts
love Which
mer - cy
the
and
burst, The
bands
of
are
death
Our
might - y
pre - vail
love
Our
joy,
be
our
pres - ent
All
Lord;
thee,
as - cend - ed

1. demp - tions on - ly
on
our sins
2. laid
3. ran - som has been
4. sin - ful souls to
5. fu - ture great re ev - er
6. glo - ry

b
&b b

HERMANN (LOBT GOTT) 86 866

ior
thy
es
ac
ry
e

and
peo
ty
cept
in
ter

its
ple
ar
ance
the
ni

of
to
on

tor
thee
art

the
the
thy

we come be glo - ry
ly
and
ther, Son


King,
free,
rayed,
there,
Lord,
ty,

King.
free.
rayed.
there!
Lord!
ty.
Nikolaus Hermann, 14801561

648 O Christe Domine Jesu

# 3
& #4

OSTINATO

&

##

O
Christ

Chris Je
-

te
sus,

O
Christ

Chris
Je
-

D - mi - ne
Lord
and

te
sus,

D - mi - ne
Lord
and

Je
Sav

Je
Sav

su!
ior!

..

su!
ior!

Jacques Berthier, 19231994


Text and music 1982, 1983, 1984, Les Presses de Taiz,
GIA Publications, Inc., excl. North American agent

649 O Come, All Ye Children


IHR KINDERLEIN, KOMMET 11 11 11 11

#
& # 44

1. O come,
2. See here
3. Now fol 1. Ihr
Kin -

all ye
chil - dren, ye
a
in the crib,
in
low the shep - herds and
der - lein, kom - met, O

#
& #

#
& #

#
& #

to the
1. Come here
cra - dle in
is sur - round - ed by
2. The Child
3. In
ju - bi - lant voic - es thy
1. Zur Krip - pe her
kom - met in

what our
1. And see
2. In
gar - ments so
with the
3. And pray
in
was
1. Und seht,

1.
2.
3.
1.

Hath
Was
Dear
Der

Fa white
an die -

us from heav
sent
the fair
nev - er
Je - sus our Sav
im
Va - ter
Him

Johann C. von Schmid, 17681854


Tr.: Anonymous

ther
and
gels
ser

en
est
ior,
mel

lit - tle ones all;


stall with - out light,
joy - ful - ly sing,
kom - met doch all!

Beth - le - hems
ra - di - ance
sweet prais - es
Beth - le - hems

on
ho - ly
this
so pure
lies he
to
Je - sus so
hoch - hei - li - gen

to
of
the
fr

glad
an
heav
Freu

stall,
bright;
bring,
Stall,

night
here,
mild,
Nacht

den our sight.


gels so
dear.
en - ly Child.
de uns macht.
Johann A. P. Schultz, 17471800

O Come, All Ye Faithful 650

#4
& 4

ADESTE FIDELES Irregular with Refrain

la - ti, tri - um - phn - tes; Ve Lu - men de L - mi - ne,


cho - rus an - ge - l - rum.
ho - di - r - na,
Di - e

1. Ad - - ste, fi - d - les,
2.
De - um de
De - o,
3.
Can - tet nunc i - o,
4.
Er - go qui
na - tus

ye,
he
all
sus,

1. come
2. Lo!
3. Sing,
4. Je -

O
ab
ye
to

ve 1. n - te,
2. Ge - stant pu 3. Can - tet nunc
4. Je - su,

#
&

and
1. Come
2. Ve - ry
3. Glo - ry
of
4. Word

n
l
au
ti

come
ye
to
hors
not the
cit - i - zens of
thee
be all

.
J

joy - ful and tri - um - phant; O


from
Light
Light
sing in ex - ul - ta - tion;
Born this hap - py morn - ing,

1. O come, all ye faith - ful,


2.
God
of
God
3.
Sing, choirs of
an - gels,
4.
Yea, Lord, we greet thee,

#
&

te

Beth
Vir
heavn
glo
-

in
Bth
lae
v
cae - l
sit
gl

la
bi

le - hem.
gins womb:
a - bove!
ry givn;
le
sce
sti
ri

d - te
ve - rum,
gl - ria,
- tr - ni

#
&

an a
high pear -

gels;
ted;
est;
ing;

Re - gem an - ge - l - rum.
G - ni - tum, non
fa - ctum.
ex - cl - sis
o.
in
De
Ver - bum ca - ro
fac - tum.

#
&

- hem.
- ra,
- um.
- a.

be - hold
him,
born the King of
be - got - ten, not cre God,
in the
to
God,
glo - ry
the
Fa - ther,
Now in flesh ap -

1. Na - tum vi
2. De - um
3. Gl - ri - a,
ae
4. Pa - tris

O come, let us a - dore him, O come, let us a - dore him,


Ve - n - te, a - do - r - mus, Ve - n - te, a - do - r - mus,

O come, let
Ve - n - te,

us a - dore
a - do - r -

him,
mus

Adeste Fideles
Attr. to John F. Wade, 17111786
Tr. by Frederick Oakeley, 18021880, alt.

For Spanish version, see Venid, Fieles Todos, #812.

Christ,
D
-

j
.

the Lord!
mi - num.
John F. Wade, 17111786

651 O Come, Divine Messiah

#6
& 8 j

VENEZ, DIVIN MESSIE Irregular

1. O
2. O
3. Shalt

come,
thou,
come

#
&

#
& .

1. tri - umph, And


sad - ness
Re - deem
2. fet - ters;
the
3. weak - ness Shall
we
thy

Dear

&

night

grace.

#
&

world

tri

and show

#
& .

#
& .

j
.

Sav - ior, haste;

in

thy

umph,

And

Simon J. Pellegrin, 16631745


Tr. by Mary of St. Philip, 18251904

The
Whom
And

come

And bid

us

come,

di - vine


waits

sad

a flee
long - lost
God - head

Come,

face,

si - lence

ah!
for,
ness,

its
waits the day When hope shall sing
long fore- told, Wilt break the cap - tive
All clothed in hu - man
cra - dle be;

Mes - si
tions
sighed
and
meek -

di - vine
whom na peace
in

si - lence
1. world in
2. priests and proph - ets
thy
3. low - ly will

#
& .

way.
fold.
see.

to earth, Dis- pel

the

hail

of

Mes - si

the day When hope

ness

flee

a -

the dawn

ah;

The

shall sing

way.

its

French carol, 16th cent.

O Come, O Come, Emmanuel 652

& j

come,
come,
come,
come,
come,
come,
7. O come,
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

#
&
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

O
O
O
O
O
O

# j
&

Shall

Re - joice!

come

to

man
from
Lord
Jes
Da
from

ra - el,
i - ly;
nais height
ran - ny
ly home;
ing nigh;
man - kind;

u - el,
on high,
of might,
ses tree,
vid, come,
on high,

na

of

De - sire

ex
ile here
knowl - edge show,
give
the law,
powr
to save,
leads
on high,
clouds
of night,
vi - sions cease,

#
&

Is
might
Si
ty
heavn
draw
all

cap - tive
all things
tribes on
Sa - tans
wide our
by thy
hearts of

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

O come, Em thou Wis - dom


O come, thou
thou Rod of
of
thou Key
thou Day- spring

#
&

tions, bind

Re - joice!

thee,

Em -

Is

And ran - som


Who or - drest
Who to thy
Free them from
And o - pen
And cheer us
In one the

That mourns in lone - ly


the path of
us
To
an - cient times didst
In
That trust thy might - y
Make safe the way that
Dis - perse the gloom - y
di Bid thou our sad

the Son of
Un - til
in her
And teach us
In cloud, and maj - es And give them vic - try
And close the path to
And deaths dark shad - ow
thy - self our
And be

VENI EMMANUEL LM with Refrain

man

Based on O Antiphons, Latin, 9th cent.


Tr. by John M. Neale, 18181866, and others

For Latin version, see Veni, Veni, Emmanuel, #811.


For Spanish version, see Oh Ven, Oh Ven Emanuel, #697.

God
ways
ty,
oer
mis
put
King

ap - pear.
to go.
and awe.
the grave.
er - y.
to flight.
of peace.

u - el

ra - el.
Chant, Mode I

653 O Father, All-Creating

#
& # 44

AURELIA 76 76 D

##

1. O
2. O
3. O
4. Un

&
1.
2.
3.
4.

Fa - ther, all Sav - ior, guest


of
Spir - it
less thou build

love, and powr


Gal - i - lee,
a - bove,
from
built in
vain;

#
& #

1. In
2. Thy
3. So
4. The

#
& #

1. these thy
2. earth - ly
3. by thy
4. break the

E - dens pri lov - ing pres ten - der


in
joy will turn

chil
glad
pres
un

home by thee
teach them, in
lives may own
love thy Spir

John Ellerton, 18261893, alt.

cre
at
the
it,

a - ting, Whose wis - dom,


Of
in
Ca - na
old
Fa - ther, Breathe on them
Fa - ther, The house is

First bound two lives to - geth - er


May
these who ask thy
bless - ing
So
might - y
pure - ness,
in
thy
Un - less thou bless it,
Sav - ior,

#
& #

1.
2.
3.
4.

mal
ence
thy
to

hour,
see.
love;
pain.

to
To - day
store
of
Their
guard - ed
That,
none can
But

dren Thine ear - liest gifts re ness Trans - form


to heavn - ly
ence, From sin
and strife set
ion Of hearts in thee made

made
the
thy
- it

hap
tast
guid
bless

- py, A
- ing, To
- ance, Their
- es
Is

love by
know the
heart be
end - less

new:
wine,
free,
one;

thee kept
gift di ruled by
love be -

A
And
Their
The

true.
vine.
thee.
gun.

Samuel S. Wesley, 18101876

O Filii et Filiae 654


O FILII ET FILIAE 888 with Alleluias

b6
&b 8

REFRAIN

b
&b

Al - le - lu - ia,

VERSES

f
1. O
ma
2. Et
al
3. In
4. Di - sc
in
5. Ut
6. Vi - de,
7. Quan - do
8. Be -
hoc
9. In

b
&b

1. Rex
2. Ad
3. Prae
4. In
5. Qui
6. Vi
7. Pe
8. Et
9. Sit

cae

- d
m
- a
- de
- des
fr
laus

- li
- ne
- bis
- pu
- tel
Tho

al - le

i
pri
se

et
ma
dens

ad
xit
vi

- lus
- l
- ma,
Tho - mas
qui
- ti
fe - sto

l
sti
xit
di
sur
pe
vi
- mi
et

- stis,
- um
mu
- o
- r
- des,
- dit
- ter
ju

b
&b
1. Mor - te sur 2. Ac - ces - s 3. In Ga - li 4. Di- cens: pax
5. Re - mn- sit
6. No - li es 7. Di - xit: Tu
8. Vi - tam ae 9. Be - ne - di -

f
sb
n
-

lu - ia,

Chri non
san -

Rex
mo
li
st
xe
vi
at
cre
bi

al - le - lu - ia!

stn
D
de

sti
vi
cts

gl
nu

tit
rat
de
que
di
l

r - xit
h - di - e.
di - sc - pu - li.
runt
est
laa
D - mi - nus.
vo - bis
- mni-bus.
ve - re
d - bi - us.
in - cr - du - lus.
se
De - us
es
me - us.
tr - nam
ha - b- bunt.
c - mus
D - mi - no.

Jean Tisserand, d. 1494

For English version, see Ye Sons and Daughters, #837.

li - ae,
ba - ti,
ge - lus
ti - bus,
dy - mus,
la - tus,
la - tus,
d - runt,
si - mo

ri - ae,
mn - ti,
ri - bus:
Chri - stus,
Je - sus,
ma - nus,
ma - nus,
d - runt,
ti - o,

.
Al - le - lu - ia!

Chant, Mode II

655 O Food of Exiles Lowly

#4
& 4

INNSBRUCK 776 778

1. O
2. O
3. O

#
&

O
All
All

#
&

With
O
The

bless - ing,
flow - ing,
prom - ise:

1. sess - ing,
2. stow - ing,
3. full - ness,

fa - vor
come and
sa - cred

O
Bread of an - gels
From Je - sus side re a And
fer - vent - ly

your
for
foun - tain
this
us

1. hun - ger
2. quench- ing
3. make to

on
Man - na
from
A - dams
men
of
hid
be - neath this

ly,
1. ho
2. deem - ing
you,
3. dore

ex - iles
low - ly,
wa - ter, stream - ing
kneel be - fore
you

Food of
cleans-ing
Lord, we

#
&

All
Our
To

high!
race!
bread.

We
O
But

good in you pos ev - ry want be see you in your

hear our
our
fill
bo - dys

hearts out - cry.


souls with grace.
mys - tic head.
Heinrich Isaac, c. 14501517

Maintzisch Gesangbuch, Mainz, 1661


Tr. by M. Owen Lee
Tr. 1958, The Basilian Fathers

656 O Food of Travelers, Angels Bread

#
& # 44

EISENACH LM

1. O
2. O
3. And

#
& #

#
& #

food
fount
bring

of
of
us

1. na where - with the


2. pour - ing from the
3. this thy dear and

1. sweet - ness fill The


thee, And
2. ver - y
3. shall be seen Ah

trav - lers,
O
love,
that
to

an - gels bread, Man un - priced, Out well


and place When
time

blest are fed, Come nigh, and with thy


to drink of
heart of Christ, Give
us
veil - ed face Bliss - ful and glo - rious

hun - gry
we
all
Je - su!

hearts that
pray shall
with no

seek thee still.


an - swered be.
be - tween.
veil

Maintzisch Gesangbuch, Mainz, 1661


Das ander Theil des andern newen Operis Geistlicher Deutscher Lieder, Frankfurt, 1605
Tr. by Walter H. Shewring, 19061990
Adapt. by Johann H. Schein, 15861630

O For a Thousand Tongues to Sing 657

#3
& 2

thou - sand
a
1. O
for
that
the Name
2. Je - sus,
list - ning
and,
3. He
speaks,
his
deaf;
ye
4. Hear
him,
5. My
gra - cious Mas - ter

#
&

#
&

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

great Re - deem - ers


sor - rows
bids our
life the dead re loos - ened tongues em pro to
sist me

The
Tis
The
And
The

1. God and King,


2. sin - ners ears,
3. hearts re - joice,
4. Sav - ior come;
5. earth a - broad

praise,
cease;
ceive,
ploy;
claim

My
That
New
Your
As -

my
of
glo - ries
the
in
mu - sic
bro - ken
mourn - ful
be - hold your
blind,
the
spread through all

The
Tis
The
Ye
And

sing
to
our fears,
his voice,
ye dumb,
my God,

tongues
charms
to
praise
and

AZMON CM

his
grace!
and
peace.
be - lieve.
for
joy!
thy
name.

tri - umphs of
life and health
hum - ble poor
leap, ye lame,
of
hon - ors

Charles Wesley, 17071788

Carl G. Glser, 17841829


Adapt. by Lowell Mason, 17921872

O Gladsome Light 658

&b

1. O
2. As
3. To

&b

glad- some light,


fades the days
thee of right

grace
O
light
last
be - longs

1. The - ter - nal splen- dor wear - ing:


2. Our com- mon hymn out - pour - ing,
Son of God, Life - giv - er;
3. O

&b

Of
We
All

NUNC DIMITTIS 667 667

our Cre - a - tors face


see the lamps of night,
praise of ho - ly songs,

Ce - les - tial, ho - ly blest,


God of might un- known,
O
Thee, there- fore, O Most High,

1. Our Sav - ior Je - sus Christ, Joy - ful in thine ap - pear - ing!
in - car- nate Son, And Spir - it blest a - dor - ing.
2. With the
And shall ex - alt for - ev - er.
3. The world does glo - ri - fy

Greek, 3rd cent.


Tr. by Robert S. Bridges, 18441930, alt.

Louis Bourgeois, c. 1510c. 1561

659 O God beyond All Praising


THAXTED 13 13 13 13 13 13

b3
& b 4 . J .

b
& b .

b
& b .

1. O
God be - yond all prais- ing, We wor- ship you to - day
2. The flowr of earth - ly splen- dor In time must sure - ly
die,
3. Then hear, O gra - cious Sav - ior, Ac - cept the love we bring,

1. And sing the love a - maz- ing That songs can - not re - pay;
2. Its
frag - ile bloom sur - ren - der To you, the Lord most high;
3. That we who know your fa - vor May serve you as our King;

can on - ly won - der


1. For
we
2. But hid - den from all na - ture
3. And wheth - er our to - mor - rows

b
&b

At
ev - ry gift you send,
The - ter - nal seed is sown,
Be
filled with good or ill,

1. At
bless- ings with - out num - ber And mer- cies with - out end:
mor - tal stat - ure, To heav- ens gar - den grown:
2. Though small in
3. Well
tri- umph through our sor - rows And rise to bless you still:

b
& b .


J .

our hearts be - fore you And wait up- on your word,


1. We
lift
2. For Christ the man from heav - en From death has set us
free,
3. To
mar - vel at your beau - ty And glo - ry in your ways,

b
& b .

1. We
hon - or and a - dore you, Our great and might - y Lord.
2. And we through him are giv - en The
fi - nal vic - to - ry.
joy - ful du - ty Our sac - ri - fice of praise.
a
3. And make

Michael Perry, 19421996


Text 1982, The Jubilate Group, admin. by Hope Publishing Co.

Gustav Holst, 18741934

O God of Love, O King of Peace 660

#4
& 4

1. O
2. Whom
3. Where

#
&

#
&

God
shall
saints

of
we
and

O
love,
but
trust
an - gels

TALLIS CANON LM

King
thee,
dwell

peace,
of
Lord?
O
a - bove,

Make
Where
All

1. wars through - out the world to cease; Our greed and sin - ful
on thy faith - ful word? None
but
2. rest,
ev - er called on
O
that
in
3. hearts are joined in
ho - ly love;
bind us

1. wrath re - strain; Give


in
vain; Give
2. thee
3. heavn - ly chain; Give

Henry W. Baker, 18211877

peace,
peace,
peace,

O
O
O

God, give
God, give
God, give

peace
peace
peace

a - gain!
a - gain!
a - gain!

Thomas Tallis, c. 15051585

N.B. - Some of the hymnal pages have been omitted from this preview.

786 The Royal Banners Forward Go

&b

VEXILLA REGIS PRODEUNT LM

ban
1. The roy - al
for us
2. Where deep
all
is
3. Ful - filled
beau
of
tree
4. O
whose cho
5. Blest tree,
our one
Cross,
6. O
e - ter
thee,
7. To

&b
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

The cross shines


Lifes tor - rent
true pro In
Or - dained those
The wealth that
Still may thy
Let hom - age

&b

1. Where he, as
2. To wash us
3. How God the
4. Gone is thy
5. The price of
6. More good for
by thy
7. As

forth
rush
phet
ho
did
powr
meet

man,
in
na shame,
hu righ cross

ners
the
that
ty,
sen
re nal

for
spear
Da

in
ing
ic
ly
the
with
by

tree
branch
li
-

7.

So

bows
min
God
claims
spoil
save
rule

be - neath the
gled wa - ter
is reign - ing
the King of
the spoil - er
the sin - ner
and guide us

Venantius Fortunatus, c. 530c. 609


Tr. by John M. Neale, 18181866, alt.

For Latin version, see Vexilla Regis, #815.

in

One,

of death.
yoke
flowed, and blood.
the tree.
from
Glo - ry now.
his prey.
of
his sin.
from
ev - er - more.

man
cious
should
soned
to
to
re -

&b
1. Now
2. Where
3. For
4. Pro 5. And
6. And

glow
tic
side,
his
old;
of
bear;
to
re - store,
a - vail
done:
be

mys
from
song
limbs
world
us
all

ward go,
was dyed,
vid told
most fair,
bore
es
ance, hail!

Three

gave
pre
King
each crim
man - kind
teous souls
thou dost

who
that
tions

breath,
flood
be,
bough
pay,
win,
store,

men.
Chant, Mode I

The Strife Is Oer 787

# 3
& #4
#
& #

Al - le - lu

ia! Al - le - lu

1. The strife is
oer,
the
2. Deaths might - iest powrs have
3. He closed the yawn - ing
4. On
the third morn
he
5. Lord, by the stripes that

#
& #

1. Vic 2. hath
3. heavns
4. maj 5. sting

&

##

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

praise
be
sung:
joy
out - burst:
tri - umph tell:
joy
ful strain:
sing
to
thee:

Symphonia Sirenum Selectarum, Cologne, 1695


Tr. by Francis Pott, 18321909, alt.

ia! Al - le - lu

bat - tle done;


done their worst,
gates of hell;
rose
a - gain,
wound- ed thee,

tors
tri - umph won;
his
dis - persed;
foes
high
por - tals fell;
es - ty
to reign;
thy
ser - vants free,

VICTORY 888 with Alleluias

Al - le

lu

ia!

Now
is
And
Je The bars
Glo - rious
From deaths

let the
O
Let shouts of
Let hymns of
us
let
O
That we may

song
praise
praise
swell
live

the
sus
from
in
dread

of
and
his
the
and
D.C.

ia!

Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, 15251594


Adapt. by William H. Monk, 18231889

788 The Strife Is Oer


GELOBT SEI GOTT 888 with Alleluias

3
&4

1. The strife
is
2. Deaths might - iest
3. He closed the
4. On
the third
5. Lord, by
the

&

&

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Now
is
And
Je The
bars
Glo - rious
From deaths

the
sus
from
in
dread

the
let
1. O
2. Let shouts of
3. Let hymns of
us
let
4. O
may
we
5. That

&

oer,
the
powrs
have
yawn - ing
morn
he
stripes
that

Vic hath
heavns
maj
sting

song
praise
praise
swell
live

.
J

Al - le - lu - ia,

Symphonia Sirenum Selectarum, Cologne, 1695


Tr. by Francis Pott, 18321909, alt.

done;
bat
tle
worst,
done
their
hell;
gates
of
rose
a - gain,
thee,
wound - ed

tors
tri - umph
his
dis foes
high
por - tals
es - ty
to
thy
ser - vants

of
and
his
the
and

be
praise
out
joy
tri - umph
joy - ful
to
sing

. N j

al - le - lu - ia,

won;
persed;
fell;
reign;
free,

sung:
burst:
tell:
strain:
thee:

al - le - lu - ia!

Ein schn geistlich Gesangbuch, Weimar, 1609


Melchior Vulpius, c. 15601615

There Is a Balm in Gilead 789

4
& b 4 .

There is a balm

& b .

1. Some - times
2. If you can 3. Dont
ev
-

&b

&b

1. think my works
2. can - not pray
3. Je - sus
is

1. Spir - it
2. Je - sus
3. knowl - edge,

in

in

To make the wound-ed

Gil- e - ad

Gil-e- ad

There is a balm

&b

U U

BALM IN GILEAD 76 76 with Refrain

I
feel
not preach
er feel

Re And
Hell

dis
like
dis

cour - aged,
Pe - ter,
cour - aged,

whole;

the sin - sick soul.

But
then
You can tell
And
if

vives
say,
not

heal

vain,
Paul,
friend,

in
like
your

To

my
soul
He
died
re - fuse

a
for
to

And
If you
For

the Ho - ly
the love
of
you lack for

gain.
all.
lend.

Jer 8:22

D.C.

African-American

There Is One Lord 790


OSTINATO

& b 43

There

&b

there

Eph 4

is

is

one

one

Lord,

God

one

who is

faith,

one

Fa - ther

bap

of

ti - sm;

all.

..

Jacques Berthier, 19231994


Text and music 1984, Les Presses de Taiz,
GIA Publications, Inc., excl. North American agent

791 Theres a Wideness in Gods Mercy


BEACH SPRING 87 87 D

3
&b 2

&b

1. wide - ness
2. love
so
3. meas - ures

&b

1.
2.
3.

1. There
2. There
3. If

&b

tice
you
nal

is
is
our

1.
2.
3.

ti cy
were

mem - bers
Sav - ior;
en
giv
-

In the
There is
In the

Frederick W. Faber, 18141863, alt.

mer - cy
wan - der
broad - er

Like the
From a
Than the

in his
still will
the E -

Theres a kind - ness


he
Fool - ish hearts,
of
And the heart

re - demp - tion
ful
the
for
sin - ner,
but more
sim - ple,

has been shed;


for the good,
his word,
at

lib - er - ty.
than
more
rough and steep.
be
way
won - der - ful - ly
kind.

which is
Though the
Is most

plen
mer
love

1. blood that
2. grac - es
3. take him

&b

of
the sea;
true and deep?
of mans mind.

jus
find
ter
-

in Gods
will you
God is

wide - ness
why
men,
of
love

1. Theres a
2. Souls of
3. For the

&b

the
In
And more
We should

all the
There is
for
joy
There is
wel - come with the
And our hearts would rest for -

sor - rows
heal - ing
mer - cy

of
in
of

the
his
the

Head.
blood.
Lord.

Attr. to Benjamin F. White, 18001879


The Sacred Harp, Philadelphia, 1844

This Is My Song 792

4
&b 4

1. This is my
2. My coun- trys

song,
skies

&b

&b

&b

&b

&b

peace
1. A song of
2. And sun - light beams

1. This is my home,
2. But oth - er lands

1. Here are my hopes,


2. And skies are
ev
-

1. But oth - er
2. Oh, hear my

hearts
song,

1. With hopes and dreams


peace
2. A song of

Lloyd Stone, 19121993


Text 1934, 1962, 1964, Lorenz Corp.

FINLANDIA 11 10 11 10 11 10

O God of all
are blu - er than

for
on

lands a - far
clo - ver - leaf

j
.

j
w

the
the

and
and

na - tions,
o - cean,

mine.
pine.

j
.

j
w

j
.

the coun - try where my heart is;


have sun - light too, and clo - ver,

my dreams, my ho - ly
ry - where as blue as

in
oth - er lands
Thou God of all

as
for

true and high


their land and

shrine;
mine.

are beat - ing


the na - tions.

j
w

as
for

mine.
mine.

Jean Sibelius, 18651957


The Sacred Harp, Philadelphia, 1844
Harm. 1933, 1961, Presbyterian Board of Christian Education
Used by perm. of Westminster/John Knox Press

793 This Is Our Accepted Time

bb

WEIMAR 76 76 D

& b

b
&b b

b
&b b

1. This
is our
2. Lord, look down

ac - cept - ed time,
up - on your sons,

1. Prayer and fast - ing are our hope,


2. Man
is dust, and un - to dust

1.
2.

God
Lift

b
&b b
1.
2.

You
Hear

Michael Gannon
Text 1955, WLP

of par - don and of love,


him up,
O Lord of life,

a - lone
his plea,

can grant us peace,


be - stow on him

This
Look

is our sal - va - tion;


up - on their yearn - ing;

Pen - ance, our


He shall be

vo - ca - tion.
re - turn - ing.

Mer - cy past
all meas - ure;
Flesh has gained him sad - ness;

You, our ho - ly treas - ure.


Ev - er - last - ing glad - ness.
Melchior Vulpius, c. 15601615

This Is the Feast 794


FESTIVAL CANTICLE Irregular with Refrain

# 2
& #2

REFRAIN

This is

the

#
& #
#
& #

VERSES

&

set us
1. blood
2. hon - or,
in the
3. join
and the
4. God
his
5. gun

#
& #

23

the

feast

of

al - le - lu - ia,

vic - to - ry

Rv 5:1213
Adapt. by John W. Arthur, 19221980
Text 1978, Augsburg Fortress

lu

God.

22 w

ia!

Whose
slain,
And
strength,
And
God,
might
Be to
slain
Has be -

- ple of
- ry are
-

al - le

Al - le - lu - ia,

for our

22
.

who was
Lamb
wis - dom, and
peo - ple of
glo - ry, and
who was

al - le - lu

to be
free
peo
bless - ing, and
glo
all cre - a
hymn of
Lamb for - ev - er.
A
Al - le - lu
reign.

#
& #

Christ, the
rich - es,
the
all
hon - or,
Lamb

vic - to- ry

al - le - lu - ia,

FINAL REFRAIN

This is

of

3
2

ia,

1. Wor - thy is
er,
2. Pow
with
3. Sing
4. Bless - ing,
the
5. For

##

feast

Al - le - lu -

God.
his.
tion.
men.
ia!

for our

To Refrain

God.

ia!

Richard Hillert, 19232010


Music 1975, 1988, Richard Hillert

795 This Joyful Eastertide

b
&b b

VRUECHTEN 67 67 with Refrain

1. sor
2. slum
3. riv

b
&b b

1. Has
2. Shall
3. My

b
&b b

Had

b
&b b

pris

b
&b b

But

b
&b b

row!
ber
er:

Christ, that once was

on,

Our

now has Christ

ris - en,

George R. Woodward, 18481934

ris

slain,

row:
ber:
er:

Neer burst his

three - day

faith had been

ris

My love, the Cru - ci - fied,


Till trump from east to
west
Lov - er
of souls, from ill

sprung to life this


mor
wake the dead in
num
pass - ing soul de - liv

A - way with sin and


for
And
a
sea - son
Je - sus crossed the
Since

1. This
joy - ful Eas - ter - tide,
2. My
flesh in hope shall rest,
3. Deaths flood has lost its
chill,

j
b
& b b .

en,

in

ris

vain;

en,

a -

en.

Davids Psalmen, Amsterdam, 1686

Those Eternal Bowers 796

# 4
& # 4 .

# .
& #

e - ter - nal bow - ers


1. Those
2. He who wakes from slum - ber
3. Bliss, all bliss ex - cel - ling,

#
& # n

round the throne of God,


things un - seen his choice:
prom- ised goal,
finds its

at length at - tain them,


1. Who
in Gods sal - va - tion
2. Knit
3. Ne - ver wea - ry
rais - ing

wea - ry fight?
life of love,
an - gels sing,

clad in robes of white?


to the blest a - bove.
to their king.
prais - es
Johannes Somary, 19352011
Music 1978, Johannes Somary

John of Damascus, c. 675749


Tr. by John M. Neale, 18181866
Vs. 3.: Godfrey Thring, 18231903

Thou Art the Way 797

##

&
1.
2.
3.
4.

hope to gain them


af - ter
a
one ob - la - tion
is
joys un- heard of saints with

1. Who
may
2. He
whose
3. Where
in

# .
& #

man hath ne - ver trod,


the spir - its voice,
at
when the ran- somed soul,

1. Those un - fad- ing flow - ers


2. Dar - ing here to num - ber
3. Earth - ly toils for - get - ting,

Thou
Thou
Thou
Thou

the
the
the
the

art
art
art
art

#
& #

#
& #

Way;
Truth;
Life;
Way,

to
thy
the
the

1. Fa - ther
the
2. form
in
3. trust
to
4. Life

seek,
mind
thee
win,

George W. Doane, 17991859, alt.

Must
And
Nor
Whose

thee
a - lone
word
a - lone
rend - ing tomb
Life;
Truth, the

And
Thou
And
That

flee;
and death we
1. sin
im - part;
2. wis - dom can
con - quring arm;
3. claims thy
to
know,
4. us
that Way

DUNDEE CM

he
on those
Truth

seek him, Lord,


pur - i - fy
death nor
hell
joys
e - ter -

From
True
Pro Grant

who would the


canst
in ly
who put their
to keep, that

by
the
shall
nal

thee.
heart.
harm.
flow.

The CL Psalmes of David, Edinburgh, 1615

798 Thou Hope of All the World

4
&4

ST. BONIFACE LM

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

&

1. ser - vants
2. hum - bly
3. self our
4. thy great
5. worlds a -

raise;
plead,
care,
grace
bide,

world,
doth
now
Len three -

Lord,
and
pro - claim
more.
no
ten
tide,
fold
Lord

Be Our
For This
On

Re - ceive the prayers


great re - ward,
and our shame, Cleanse us,
O God,
So,
can re - store;
Lord, take on
That
sanc - ti - fied,
we may reach
In
high re - ward,
whom so long

of
the
- er
trans - gres - sion
thy mer - cy
which thou hast
con - fer this

stow
deep
give;
fast
us

all
the
of
con - science
our
re - mem - ber
this
Lord,
O
the
is
who

hope
1. Thou
though
2. And,
sins
3. Our
4. Ac - cept,
he
5. May

& #

Ac - cept
From sins
That pure
sa The
on One

our psalms
of thought
in heart
cra - ments
ly
God

and
and
we
of
is

thy
we
thy by
as

hymns of praise.
word and deed.
make our prayer.
Pas - chal days.
glo - ri - fied.

Sarum Breviary
Tr. by Alan G. McDougall, 18951964, alt.

Duderstdter Gesangbuch, 1724

799 Tis Good, Lord, to Be Here

# 4
& #4

SWABIA SM

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Tis
Tis
Ful
Be
Tis

Lord,
good,
Lord,
good,
fill - er
we
fore
Lord,
good,

#
& # #
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

the
fills
glo - ry
be to
beau - ty
of things to
ise
thy king - dom
see
re we
may not

#
& #

sun,
the
1. like
2. li - jah stand,
3. glo - ri - fied,
4. vi - sion bright,
5. leave the mount,

Shine
Thy
And
And
Come

to
to
of
taste
to

be
be
the
of
be

night;
hold,
be!
come;
main;

here!
here,
past!
death,
here!

Thy
Where
We
We
But

Thy
Thy
Prom We
Yet

face and gar - ments,


E and
Mo - ses
hail thy bod - y
hold the
long to
since thou biddst us

un - bor - rowed
with
of
mes - sen - gers
re - demp - tion
our
our
hill
make this
the
to
us
with

light.
old.
see.
home.
plain.

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

the
fills
glo - ry
be to
beau - ty
of things to
ise
thy king - dom
see
re we
may not

#
& #

sun,
the
1. like
2. li - jah stand,
3. glo - ri - fied,
4. vi - sion bright,
5. leave the mount,

night;
hold,
be!
come;
main;

Shine
Thy
And
And
Come

face and gar - ments,


E and
Mo - ses
hail thy bod - y
hold the
long to
since thou biddst us

Thy
Where
We
We
But

un - bor - rowed
with
of
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our
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to
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Lk 9:3233
Joseph A. Robinson, 18581933

light.
old.
see.
home.
plain.

Johann M. Speiss, 17151772


Adapt. by William H. Havergal, 17931870

To Jesus Christ, Our Sovereign King 800


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& b 44

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2. Thy
3. To

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and
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&b

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Martin B. Hellriegel, 18901981


Text 1941, Irene C. Mueller

Vic -

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and

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We

All
hom - age
praise and
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king - dom,
thy
in
thy
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tion;

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find
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ra
va
la

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tion.
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er!

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Mainzer Gesangbuch, Mainz, 1870

801 To the Name That Brings Salvation

#6
& 4

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Henry Purcell, 16591695

Gloriosi salvatoris
Latin, 15th cent.
Tr. by John M. Neale, 18181866

802 To You I Lift My Soul

##

LOVE UNKNOWN 66 66 88

&

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Yours
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way.
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Music 1923, John Ireland Trust

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to
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Ps 25
John Dunn
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Totus Tuus 803

tu - us
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no
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go
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a,
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Music Marco Frisina

804 Tu Es Petrus

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&
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es Pe - trus,-
di - fi - c - bo

et


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si - am
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You-are
rock- Ibo
shall build
ae
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si - am me - am.

Mt 16:18

Chant, Mode VII

805 Ubi Caritas


REFRAIN

& b 24

U - bi
Live in

&b

u - bi
live in

1 Cor 13:28

c - ri char - i -

c - ri - tas
char - i - ty;

tas
ty

et
and

a
stead - fast

De - us
God will

mor,
love,


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dwell

bi
in

est.
you.

Jacques Berthier, 19231994


Text and music 1979, Les Presses de Taiz,
GIA Publications, Inc., excl. North American agent

Ubi Caritas 806

&b

REFRAIN

U - bi
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ri

tas et

mor

De - us

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num
tis

Chri- sti a - mor.


con- gre - g - mur:
vi - de - - mus.


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et in ip - -so
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ca - ve - - mus.
vi - d - mur
di -
2.b Ne nos men - te

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De - us:
b U - bi c - ri - tas et a - mor De - us i - bi est.
&

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sum
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Latin office hymn
vul- tum tu
3.
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Where charity and love are, there is God.

us.
De
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Chri- ste De Chant,
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1. The love of Christ has gathered us together.


b Let us rejoice
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&
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quod
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let us beware that we are not divided in mind.-

na,
sum

De - um vi - vum.
ces - sent li - tes.
at - que pro-bum.

To Refrain
b

&


inglory,
3. Let us also see with the blessed your face

Let malicious quarrels cease, let contentions cease.


And let Christ, our God, be among us.

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di -the
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ro.
us.
rum.

Chant, Mode VI

807 Ultima
ULTIMA

& b 44 .

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our
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tra
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na!
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all!

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Traditional
Arr. by John D. Oldgeering
Arr. 1973, Cincinnati Franciscans

Unidos en Caridad 808


UNITED IN CHARITY

ESTROFAS

3
&b 4

1. U - ni - dos, Se 2. Vi - nis - te a en- cen 3. Tu a - lien - to nos

& b .

1. dad,
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&b

1. can
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3. ven

ta nun cien -

ESTRIBILLO

&b

dn.

or,
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en
un
ms

tu

paz,

an - te
tu al se a - pa - ga muer - te y
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mos
ca
do

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tu

In - fn - de - nos

tar.
r.
lor.

luz,

ca
ri fue - go de a fuer - za y va -

can - ta - mos
an - te tu al - tar,
que nun - ca
se a - pa - ga - r,
ven - cien - do muer-te y do - lor,

Con - c - de - nos,

& b .

tu

tu a - mor.

gra-cia y per-

Cesreo Gabarin, 19361991


Text and music 1973, Cesreo Gabarin, pub. by OCP
5336 NE Hassalo, Portland, OR 97213. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

809 Veni Creator Spiritus

&

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VENI CREATOR SPIRITUS LM

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spring of life, fire, love and the souls anointing.

ti
ri
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po
vi
ri

b b b bKindle
minds, pour
love into our hearts and uphold
& 4.
a light
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with your unfailing

You, the clear promise of the Father, give mens tongues the grace of speech.

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sti give us always
- and
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5. 1.
Drive
our enemy
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tu cre
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In
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Attr. to Rabanus Maurus, c. 776856

men.
Chant, Mode VIII

810 Veni, Sancte Spiritus

&

VENI SANCTE SPIRITUS 777 777

1. Ve - ni,
2. Ve - ni,

San - cte
pa - ter

Sp
pu

&
1. ca
2. m

li - tus
ne - rum,

& ..

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&

5. dis n - ti - ma
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& ..

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&

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quod
quod

ri - dum,
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est
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9. Sa - crum sep - te - n - ri - um.


10. Da pe - rn - ne gu- di- um.

quod est
quod est

cor
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quod
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Da

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sr
r

Attr. to Innocent III, 11611216

9. Da tu - is fi - d - li - bus,
10. Da vir - t - tis m - ri - tum,

di - um.
di - um.

ti - me,
qui - es,

Dul - ce re
In fle - tu

& ..
&

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tu

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da - tor

tu - ae r
lu - men cr

p
r

ni - mae,
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ri - tus,
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la - b - re

3. spes
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fi - dn - ti - bus,
tis
x - i - tum,

Al - le - lu - ia!
Mode I

Fle -- cte
dum,
3.8.Con
so - quod
l - torest p r - - ti gi- - me,
4. In
la - b - re
r
qui - es,

&
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4. tem - p - ri - es,

Fo - -vecis quod
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Sa - na quod est su - ci - um.

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In fle - tu
so - l
ti - um.

& ...

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10. Da pe - rn - ne gu- di- um.


Tu 5. dis n - ti - ma
h -III,mi
- ne,
Ni 6. toinInnocent
Attr.
11611216

A
men!
- rum fi - d
hil est in - n

Al - le - lu - ia!
li - um.
xi - um.
Mode I



& 2... Come,
thou Father of the poor! Come, thou source of all our store!
1. Come, thou Holy Spirit, come! And from thy celestial home
Shed a ray of light divine!

Come,
our bosoms
7. La
- vawithin
quod
est shine!
sr

di - dum,

Ri - ga

quod

3.
Thou,
of comforters
most welcome
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quod the
estbest; Thou,
r
-the souls
gi - dum,
Fo - guest;
ve quod
Sweet refreshment here below;


4. In our labor, rest most sweet; Grateful
coolness
inthe heat;
&
midst
of woe.
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est
est

7.5. O most
Light divine,
these est
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of thine,
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ri - dum,

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free
of ill.
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te

con

fi - dn - ti - bus,

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10.
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the- t
stubborn
heart
will; Melt
frozen,
Guide the steps that go astray.

.. thee, evermore
who
& 9. On the faithful,
adore
And confess

In thy sevenfold gifts descend;

Sa -Give
crum
sepvirtues
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- ri reward;
- um. Give them thy salvation, Lord;
9.10.
them
10.
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pethem
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- ne that
gu-never
di- um.
A
men!
Al - le - lu - ia!

end.
Attr. to Innocent III, 11611216
Tr. by Edward Caswall, 18141878, alt.

For English version, see Holy Spirit, Lord of Light, #564.

Mode I

811 Veni, Veni, Emmanuel

#
& j

VENI EMMANUEL LM with Refrain

Ve
Ve
Ve
Ve
Ve
Ve

#
&

1. sol - ve
s
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3. nos ad - v
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ra - el
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ni - ens;

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la,
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ma - je In
d - ce Ut

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m
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vd
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li - o,
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ve - ni, Rex
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ni,
ni,
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ni,
ni,
ni,
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

pro

te,

ti - a,

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tu - os
pl - le
tu - tum
tu - os
d - sti
am pru -

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si - bi
no - ctis
vi - as
an - tro
st - te
et
as

f
cn
t
n
b
gl
gl

Em - mn

Is

ge - mit
Qui
sal - vas
Ut
de No - ctis
i - ter
Fac
spe - cu
De
Le - gem de vi Ve - ni,

Cap - t - vum
Ve - ni, Re So - l - re
Re - gna re ho - stis
Ex
Qui p - pu Quae hic di -

nu - el;
ti - um
ri - ens;
i - ca,
gu - la;
na - i,

Based on O Antiphons, Latin, 9th cent.

For English version, see O Come, O Come, Emmanuel, #652.


For Spanish version, see Oh Ven, Oh Ven Emanuel, #697.

li - o.
sci - os.
ne - bras.
fer - um.
ra - thri.
ri - ae.
ri - ae.

u - el

ra - el.
Chant, Mode I

Venid, Fieles Todos 812

#
& 44
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Ve - nid,
El que es
En
po Can - tad
Je - ss,

#
&

#
&

fie - les
Hi - jo e bre pe ju - bi ce - le -

1. go - zo triun
ver - da
2. Dios
3. mun - do o - fre
4. sue - nen los
5. him - nos so

1. Rey
2. se 3. san 4. Dios
si 5.

#
&

de los
no vir
to Me
bon - da
glos e

ve

- fan
- de
- cien
cie
- lem

cie
g
s
do
ter

Ve - nid,

#
&

to
ter
se
lo
bra

- tes, y
ro que al
- do e - ter - los con
- nes de

lle
mun
nal
vues
gra

j
.

- dre
ma
- na
- tu
- do

a - do - re - mos

- che - mos
Pa - dre,
- na - do,
- tu - ras:
nom - bre

de a- mor;
nos
cre - ,
- do
sal - va - cin,
can- cin;
- tra
lo - or;
- to

con - tem - plar po


vi - no de u - na
ver - bo hu - ma
glo- ria en las al
to - do ser te a

- los
- neo
- as,
- so,
- nos

a Be - ln mar
del e - ter - no
ya - ce re - cli
c - li - cas cria
tu ben - di - to

dos,
no
bre
sas,
mos

a - do - re - mos, ve - nid,


nid,

ADESTE FIDELES Irregular

de
y
al
re con

y al
al
el
Al
por

mos;
dre;
do;
ras;
re;

a - do - re - mos,

Cris - to el

Adeste Fideles
Attr. to John F. Wade, 17111786
Tr. by Juan Bautista Cabrera, 18371916

For English and Latin version, see O Come, All Ye Faithful, #650.

j
.

Se - or.
John F. Wade, 17111786

813 Venid, Nuestras Voces Unamos

#3
& 4

THE ASH GROVE 66 11 66 11 D

1. Ve - nid, nues - tras


2. Que
to - dos los

#
&

1. al
2. y

#
&

1. mas
2. te

#
&

1. de
2. por

#
&

1. Es
2. y

#
&

1. pues
2. el

vo - ces
se - res

u que

na - mos
T
has

a cre -

co - ro
pue - blan

son
den

que
la

can - ta an- te el
tie - rra, el

se
cuen - tan
pro - cla - men

por
tus

tro - no
ai - re

mi - les
glo - rias

to - das
u - na en su
go - zo
a - la - ban - zas, Se - or, sin

dig - no el
nom - bre

Cor - de - ro que ha muer - to,


sa - gra - do del
Dios de

ver - se ex - al - ta - do en los
siem - pre ben - di - ga
su

de
y el

por
el
dul - ce

Isaac Watts, 16741748


Tr. Comit del Himnario Hispano

hu - ma - no
tri - bu - to

su
de

Dios;
mar,

de
e -

mi - les,
ter - nas,

y a - mor.
ce - sar.

pro - cla - man,


los
cie - los

cie - los
a - si.
gran cre - a - con,

dig - no el Cor - de - ro, de - ci - mos no


lle - gue al Cor - de - ro sen - ta - do en el

le - gres
a - do

#

&
1. Es
2. El

1. sus
vo - ces
2. u - ni - dos

#
&

so - tros,
tro - no

vi - da dio a - qu.
su a - do - ra - con.
Traditional Welsh folk melody

Venid, Pastorcillos 814

3
&b 4
1.
2.
3.
4.

Ve - nid,
pas - tor - ci - llos,
Un
rs - ti - co
te - cho
Her - mo - so lu - ce - ro
Con
al - ma y con
vi - da

&b

1. al
2. por
y
3.
4. que

&b

&b

de los
Rey
cie - los
cu - na un pe - se - bre,
ma - gos de O - rien - te
ni - o y
Dios,
po - bre,

1. Sin
ri
2. en
le
3. de - lan
4. Los
bra

1.
2.
3.
4.

MUELLER 11 11 11 11

cas o cho de
se
te
zos nos

fren - das
pa - jas
pos - tran
tien - de

que el
ni - o pre - fie quien
qui - so a los
as de in - cien - so, o-ro y
mi Ve - nid,
nos re - pi -

re
tros
rra
te

ve - nid a a - do - rar
a - bri - go
le
da;
le
vi - no a a- nun - ciar,
va - ya - mos
a - ll,

que
na - ce en
por
tem- plo un
bus - cn - do nos
re - ci -

Ju - d.
por - tal;
le
van;
bi - r.

po - de - mos lle - gar,


in - cg - ni - to es - t
del
Ju - d,
de
Rey
con
gra - to a - de - mn:

la
su
tri
su

Vss. 12: Anon., c. 1885


Vs. 3: John T. McFarland, 18511913

For English version, see Away in a Manger, #448.

la
fe y
glo - ria
- bu - to
voz ce -

bon
pres
le
les

dad.
tar.
dan.
tial.

James R. Murray, 18411905

815 Vexilla Regis

&b

VEXILLA REGIS PRODEUNT LM

1. Ve - xl
2. Quae vul 3. Im - pl 4. Ar - bor
5. Be -
6. O
Crux
7. Te, fons

&b

&b

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Ful - get
Mu - cr
D - vid
Or - n
Prti - um
Hoc Pas
Col - lu

gis
Re
la
ta
ne - r
quae
sunt
ta
et
ra
de - c
jus
cu
ta,
spes
a - ve,
tis
sa - l

Cr
- ne
fi
- ta
pe
- si
- det

- cis
di
- d
Re
- pn
-
o
-

mor 1. Qua vi - ta
la - v
2. Ut nos
na
3. Di - cn - do
di
4. E - l - cta
fa
5. Sta - t - ra
a - du
6. Pi - is
7. Qui - bis Cru - cis

pr
ln
cn

fl
br

Tr

my - st
cr
ro,
cr
li
pr
gis
sa
dit
tm
nis
sp
mnis

pr
tem
sr
ret
ti -
st
gno
cr
cta
gr
ge
vi - ct

te vi - tam
vit un - da et
vit a
li cta mem- bra
que pra- dam
que de - le
ris, ad - de

de
ce
ci
gi
chi
ni

ri
mi
mi
pu
cu
po
ri

unt:
ae
net
da,
is
ca,

ni - tas,

&b
1. et mor
2. Ma - n
3. Re - gn
4. Tam san
5. Tu - lt
6. Re - s
7. Lar- g

Venantius Fortunatus, c. 530c. 609

For English version, see The Royal Banners Forward Go, #786.

um,
num
ne,
ra,
li:
re:
tus:

tu
di
ni
pi
po
ti
ri

pr - tu - lit.
sn - gui - ne.
gno D - us.
tn - ge - re.
tr - ta - ri.
cr - mi - na.
pra - mi - num.

lit,
bus,
bus:
te
ris,
am,
am

men.
Chant, Mode I

Victimae Paschali Laudes 816

&b

1. Vc - ti - mae pas - ch - li lau - des


1. Chris- tians, to the Pas - chal vic - tim

&b

m - mo-lent Chri - sti - - ni.


of - fer your thank- ful prais- es.

2. A - gnus red - - mit o - ves:


2. A lamb the sheep re - deems:

Chri - stus n - no - cens Pa - tri


Christ, who on - ly is sin - less,

&b

2. re - con - ci - li - - vit pec- ca - t - res. 3. Mors et vi - ta du - l - lo


2. rec - on - ciles sin - ners to the Fa - ther. 3. Death and life have con - tend - ed

&b

3. con - fli - x - re mi - rn - do: dux vi - tae mr- tu - us,


re - gnat vi - vus.
3. in that com- bat stu- pen - dous: the Prince of life, who died, reigns im- mor- tal.

&b

4. Dic no - bis, Ma - r - a,
4. Speak, Ma - ry, de - clar - ing

&b

quid vi - d - sti in
vi - a?
what you saw
way - far - ing:

5. Se - pl- crum Chri - sti vi - vn - tis, et gl- ri- am vi - di re - sur - gn - tis:


5. The tomb of Christ, who is liv - ing, the glo- ry of Je-sus res - ur - rec - tion;

&b

&b

&b

su - d - ri - um, et
the shroud and nap - kin

7. Sur - r - xit Chri-stus spes me - a: prae-c - det su - os


7. Yes, Christ my hope is a - ris - en; to Gal - i - lee he

6. An - g - li - cos te - stes,
6. Bright an - gels at - test - ing,

8. Sci - mus Chri- stum sur - re - xs - se


8. Christ in - deed from death is ris - en,

ves - tes.
rest - ing.

in Ga - li- la-am.
goes be - fore you.

a mr - tu - is ve - re:
our new life ob - tain - ing;

&b

&b

&b

7. Sur - r - xit Chri-stus spes me - a: prae-c - det su - os


7. Yes, Christ my hope is a - ris - en; to Gal - i - lee he

8. Sci - mus Chri- stum sur - re - xs - se


8. Christ in - deed from death is ris - en,

8. tu
8. have

&b

A
A

no - bis,
mer - cy,

a mr - tu - is ve - re:
our new life ob - tain - ing;

Wipo of Burgundy, c. 1000c. 1050


Tr. The Antiphoner and Grail, 1880, alt.

men.
men.

vi - ctor Rex,
vic - tor King,

in Ga - li- la-am.
goes be - fore you.

mi - se - r
ev - er
reign -

Al - le Al - le -

lu
lu

re.
ing!

ia.
ia!
Chant, Mode I

Virgin Great and Glorious 817


BASQUE FESTIVAL SONG 77 77 with Refrain

b 4

.
&b b 4

J

bb 1.4 Vir - gin great and glo - ri - ous,


Bear

Gods
. -- ing
- own
& b2.4How can
hu
- man

thy
wor
or
voic
- es raise
hon

J
has graced you ev - er - more Through his Son, whom
3. God
ous,
ri - grace,
ing Gods
1.
Vir -- gin
glo - of
Bear
gin,
Vir - and
the
ed great
of own
4. Bless
full
No -- blest
bb b2. How can hu - man voic - es raise hon - or wor - thy
his Son, whom
& 3. God has graced
you ev - er - more Through
- blest
the
of
4. Bless - ed Vir - gin, full of grace,
No
us,
for
earth
1.b Son
Far
a - bove all
things of

& 2.b b of your praise?


Son,
O maid
Through your

- en queen,

has shown the way,


3. hosts a - dore;
God him - self
us,
1.
Far
a - bove all
man race,
an - things
state
hu - for
ic earth
4. Son
gel - of
praise?
your
O
queen,
Son,
en
2.b of
Through
your
maid

.
the way,
him - self

& 3.b bhosts a J - dore; God
has shown
4. hu - man race,
a - bove an - gel - ic state
Far
. your
worth.
1. b Shine
ty
pur
-- eni - gifts

and
&2.b b We are

-preme.
su
J giv
3.
1.
4.
2.
3.
4.

There
Shine
None
We
There
None

A - ve,

- fore we due hom - age pay.


i - God
your pur
and
ty
fair -did
more
cre -worth.
ate.
are giv - en
gifts su - preme.
- fore we due hom - age pay.
more fair did
God cre - ate.

b
&b b
b b b D
- mi
&
- ni!
Ephrem of Edessa, c. 306373

Tr. Jeremy Ashton


Hail,Faber
O Mother
of the Lord!
Tr. 1971,D
-Music
mi Ltd.
- ni!
Ref. Dominican Nuns of Summit
Ephrem of Edessa, c. 306373
Tr. Jeremy Ashton
Tr. 1971, Faber Music Ltd.
Ref. Dominican Nuns of Summit

.
.

j

lij- um lau

Let us praise the Son of God!

li - um

j

dj- mus

A - ve,

lau - d - mus

Ma - ter

jMa - ter

De - i!
j melody
Basque
De - i!

Basque melody

818 Wait for the Lord

#2
& 2

OSTINATO

Wait

for

#
&

Wait

for

the Lord,

the Lord,

his

be

day

is

strong,

Ja 5; Ps 27

near.

take

heart.

..

Jacques Berthier, 19231994


Text and music 1984, Les Presses de Taiz,
GIA Publications, Inc., excl. North American agent

819 Wake, Awake, for Night is Flying


WACHET AUF 89 8 D 66 4 88

& 22

a on
let

1.Wake,
2. Zi 3. Now

&

&

1. Mid - night
her
2. For
one
3. Of

&

hears
Lord
pearl

the
at
1. And
2. The strong in
3. Where, dwell - ing

&

ru - sa ris - es
cym - bals

thril - ling
grace, in
with the

fly
sing
dore

ing,
ing;
thee,

cry
ing;
spring - ing;
fore
thee,

voic
glo
por

re cry
truth vic choir im -

joic
to
mor

es
rious,
tal,

es:
rious,
tal,

The Bride- groom


Now come, thou
No
vi - sion

vir - gins wise?


Light is come.
ra- di-ant throne.

a - rise!
lem,
her
from
gloom;
clear - est
tone.

the
wel - come
comes down
all each shin - ing

ye, ye
1. Oh, where are
2. Her Star is risn, her
3. We gath - er round thy

&

the heights are


on
is
heart with
joy
an - gels sing be

Je
1. A - wake,
2. She
wakes, she
3. With
harp and

1. The watch- men


her
2. And
all
3. Let men and

&

for night
is
the watch - men
the heavns
a -

wake,
hears
all

ye, ye
1. Oh, where are
2. Her Star is risn, her
3. We gath - er round thy

&

&

1. comes, - a - wake!
2. Bless - ed
One,
3. ev - er
brought,

&

Thy
Lord
No

meet the
1. selves pre - pare To
2. an - swer all And
fol - low
3. ter - nal - ly Sing hymns of

take!
Son,
caught,

care
call
we

thy We E -

Bride- groom,
the
to
praise and

is
who
nup - tial
to
joy

near.
hall.
thee.

Philipp Nicolai, 15561608

We Gather Together 820

With
bri - dal
The
joy - ful
There - fore will

Philipp Nicolai, 15561608


Tr. by Catherine Winkworth, 18291878

& 43

lamps with glad - ness


Je - sus, Gods own
hath ev - er
ear

1. Hal - le - lu - jah!
2. Hail!
Ho - san - na!
3. Such great glo - ry;

The Bride- groom


Now come, thou
No
vi - sion

vir - gins wise?


Light is come.
ra- di-ant throne.

KREMSER 12 11 12 11

to
the Lords prais - es,
gath - er to - geth - er
sing
1. We
our Lord pres - ent with - in
our as - sem - bly;
greet
2. We
is the
vine and his
peo - ple the branch - es,
3. Since Christ

&

1. To
2. We
3. In

&

1. In
2. Our
3. He

&

1. We
2. As
3. That

wor - ship the


Fa - ther through Je - sus, his
Son.
an - nounced clear - ly to
hear
his good news
all.
the
to
him
we give praise
Fa - ther a - bove.

this
priest
brings

are
we
all

cel - e - bra - tion,


is pre - sid - ing;
na - tion
ev - ry

all
in
to

sing
Christ
learn

with ju - bi - la - tion!
we are a - bid - ing,
of his sal - va - tion,

his ho - ly
peo - ple whose free - dom he won.
in - voke Gods bless - ing and
an - swer his call.
may grow in knowl - edge, in
faith, hope, and love.

Omer Westendorf, 19161997


Text 1970, WLP

Traditional Dutch melody


Nederlandtsch Gedencklanck, Haarlem, 1626

821 We Plow the Fields and Scatter

# 4
& #4

MUNICH 76 76 D

&

##

1. We
2. He
3. We

1. good
2. all
3. all

#
& #

1. wa
2. flow
3. har

&

##

#
& #

tered
er,
vest,

By
He
Our

1. warmth to
2. him the
3. bound - less

#
& #

on the
seed
things near and
things bright and

the
and
that

sends
winds
all

1. sun - shine,
2. chil - dren,
3. pleas - ing

snow
waves
we

And
He
Are

Mathias Claudius, 17401815


Tr. by Jane M. Campbell, 17471800

ter
er
ther,

in
o
can

The
Much
The

The
Of
For

al - might - y
eve - ning
the
health, our
our

fed and
is
it
paints the way - side
seed - time and the

But
He
The

land,
far;
good:

Gods
lights
life,

scat
Mak
Fa

and
the
O

the
grain,
are
fed:
im - parts,

swell
birds
love

fields
is
then,

the
plow
on - ly
thank thee,

1. He
2. The
3. And

win
bey
of

hand;
star.
food.

re - fresh - ing
soft
dai - ly
gives our
hum - ble, thank - ful

and the
his
us
thee most

breez - es
more to
to
gifts

The
By
Thy

ter,
him,
fer

rain.
bread.
hearts.

Neuvermehrtes Meiningisches Gesangbuch, Meiningen, 1693


Adapt. by Felix Mendelssohn, 1809-1847

We Three Kings 822

#3
& 8
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

gifts,
bring
owns
life
God,

#
&

#
& .

O,

#
&

Star

#
&

still

Mt 2:111

with

a - far,
a - gain;
ty nigh;
ing gloom;
ri - fice,

Bear - ing
I
Gold
In - cense
a
Breathes
and
King,

and
Field
for King
and
Prayer
Sor - rowing,
Heavn sings

foun
ev
prais
sigh
Al

moun - tain, Fol - low - ing yon - der


to
nev - er
O - ver us
all
on
rais - ing, Wor- ship him, God
dy - ing, Sealed in the stone - cold
le - lu - ia the earth
re Al
-

star

roy - al

of
O - ri - ent are;
on
Beth - le - hems plain,
to
of - fer have
I;
its
bit - ter per - fume
be - hold him a - rise,

tra - verse
crown him
De - i gath - er Sac -

we
to
a
of
and

and
1. moor
2. ceas - ing
men
3. all
4. bleed - ing,
5. lu - ia:

kings
King
cense
mine;
now

KINGS OF ORIENT 88 86 with Refrain

three
We
a
Born
Frank - in is
Myrrh
Glo - rious

#
&
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

of

won - der,

beau - ty

pro - ceed - ing, Guide

us

bright,

to

star

thy

of

- tain,
- er,
- ing,
- ing,
- le -

star.
reign.
high.
tomb.
plies.

night,

West - ward lead - ing,

per - fect light!


John H. Hopkins, Jr., 18201891

823 We Walk by Faith

#
& # 44

#
& #

DUNLAPS CREEK CM

1., 5. We walk
may
2. We
3. Help then,
4. That when

by faith
not touch
O Lord,
our life

we
he
a
er

1., 5. words
2. where
3. faith
4. clear -

none
we
you
as

eer
re are
you

and
his
our
of

hear
trod;
bound,
light

#
& #
1., 5.
2.
3.
4.

spoke,
joice,
near,
are,

not by sight;
hands and side,
un - be - lief;
faith is done,

From
Yet
To
We

But
And
And
With

we be cry, My
seek where
full and

him
in
call
may

gra- cious
No
fol - low
Nor
And may our
In realms of

who spoke
as
his
prom - ise
you
when
on
you
be - hold

lieve
Lord
you
end -

near.
God!
found:
sight.

him
and
are
less

Beauties of Harmony, Pittsburgh, 1814

Henry Alford, 18101871, alt.

824 Were You There

b
& b b 22

WERE YOU THERE Irregular

1.
2.
3.
4.

Were
Were
Were
Were

b
&b b
1.
2.
3.
4.

Were
Were
Were
Were

b
&b b

you
you
you
you

you
you
you
you

Oh!

b
&b b

to

b
&b b

there
there
there
there

there
there
there
there

1. Were you
2. Were you

there
there

they cru - ci - fied


they nailed him to
they laid him in
he rose up from

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when
when
when

they
they
they
he

cru - ci nailed him


laid him
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when they
when they

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w

it

cru - ci - fied
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nailed him

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when they
when they
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when he

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you
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rose

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w

my
the
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him
in
him
up from

Lord?
tree?
tomb?
grave?
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What Child Is This 825

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2. Why
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him; The King of kings sal own

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lov - ing hearts

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are keep - ing?


is plead - ing.
en - throne him.

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is Christ the King, Whom shep - herds guard


this
be borne,
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the song on high,
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GREENSLEEVES 87 87 with Refrain

Haste,
Hail,
Joy,

j
#.

the

to
the
for

haste
hail,
joy,

Son

William C. Dix, 18371898

For Spanish version, see Qu Nio es ste #728.

of

j
.

bring him laud,


Word made flesh,
born,
is
Christ

Ma

and
for
her

ry!

English folk song, 16th cent.

826 What Shall I Render to the Lord

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& # 43

WAREHAM LM

I
ren 1. What shall
2. Sal - va - tions cup
saints the Lord
3. His
thank - ful heart
4. With
his house,
5. With - in

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4.
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ben - e up call
pre - cious
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1.
2.
3.
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grace re - stored,
pay my vow
from the grave,
pay my vow
grace de - clare

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& #

to
Gods
his
Gods
to

fits
on
in
on
self

der
to
of
bless de - lights
I
of the
house

Lord For
I
now
save, Their
now My
prayer, I

me? How shall


name; Be - fore
He
sight;
has
name; Be - fore
Let
God;
all

wor - thy
my
here
his
in
my
here
to
join

all
take
death
gift,
ded -


Give
And
And
And
And

the
ing
to
fer
of

his
and
is
and
i -

my soul,
by
his saints
I
re - deemed me
his saints
I
his saints his

thanks, O
Lord, to thee?
grat - i - tude pro - claim.
de - light.
serv - ice
I
grat - i - tude pro - claim.
sound his
praise a - broad.

The Psalter, Pittsburgh, 1912, alt.

William Knapp, 16981768

827 What Star Is This

#
& # 64

PUER NOBIS LM

1. What
2. Tis
3. O
4. To

#
& #
1.
2.
3.
4.

than
shall
on
vealed

#
& #

star
is this, with beams
now
ful - filled what God
Je - sus, while the
star
God
the Fa - ther, heavn -

the
a
to
in

noon - day light?


star
pro - ceed;
seek
thy face,
earth - ly night,

1. new - born King,


2. sa - ges stand
3. hearts
re - fuse
4. Spir - it raise

Quae stella sole pulchrior


Charles Coffin, 16761749
Tr. by John Chandler, 18061876, alt.

so bright, More love de - creed, From Ja of grace


Im - pels
ly Light; To Christ,

Tis
And
Let
To

ti - dings of
Glad
read
in heavn
To
The guid - ance of
end - less song
An

sent
lo!
not
God

to an- nounce
the
east our sloth the
Ho -

ly
cob
us
re -

a
ern
ful
ly

to bring.
our God
the Lords com- mand.
to
use.
thy light
of thank - ful praise!
Trier Ms., 15th cent.
Adapt. by Michael Praetorius, 15711621

&

1.
2.
3.
4.

than
shall
on
vealed

#
& #

the
a
to
in

noon - day light?


star
pro - ceed;
seek
thy face,
earth - ly night,

1. new - born King,


2. sa - ges stand
3. hearts
re - fuse
4. Spir - it raise

Tis
And
Let
To

ti - dings of
Glad
read
in heavn
To
The guid - ance of
end - less song
An

sent
lo!
not
God

to an- nounce
the
east our sloth the
Ho -

a
ern
ful
ly

to bring.
our God
the Lords com- mand.
to
use.
thy light
of thank - ful praise!
Trier Ms., 15th cent.
Adapt. by Michael Praetorius, 15711621

Quae stella sole pulchrior


Charles Coffin, 16761749
Tr. by John Chandler, 18061876, alt.

What Wondrous Love 828

& 44

1. What
2. To
3. And

&

1. What
2. To
3. And

won- drous love is


the
God and to
when from death Im

won - drous love is


the
to
God and
when from death Im

&

&

&

WONDROUS LOVE Irregular

1. To
bear the dread - ful curse
2. While
mil - lions join the theme,
3. And through e - ter - ni - ty

1. To
bear the dread - ful curse
2. While
mil - lions join the theme,
3. And through e - ter - ni - ty

Alexander Means, 18011883

O my
I will
Ill sing

1. What won- drous love is


this, That
to the Lamb Who
2. To
God and
Ill
3. And when from death Im free,

O my soul,
I will sing,
Ill sing on,

this,
Lamb,
free,

this,
Lamb
free,

O my soul!
I will sing;
Ill sing on;

for my soul,
I will sing,
Ill sing on,

for my
I will
Ill sing

soul!
sing;
on;

caused the Lord of


the great I
is
sing and joy - ful

bliss
Am,
be,

for my soul,
I will sing;
Ill sing on;

soul!
sing.
on.

The Southern Harmony, New Haven, 1840

829 When I Survey the Wondrous Cross


HAMBURG LM

2
&b 2
1.
2.
3.
4.

&b

1.
2.
3.
4.

When
I
sur - vey
For - bid it,
Lord,
See,
from his head,
Were
the whole realm

&b
1.
2.
3.
4.

which
On
in
Save
Sor - row
were
That

My
All
Did
Love

&b

the
the
and
a

rich - est
the vain
eer such
a so

the
that
his
of

of
of
flow
ent

Prince
death
love
pres -

I
that
and
ing,

gain
things
love
maz -

won I
hands,
na -

count
charm
sor so

on
them
so
my

but
me
row
di

my
his
a
my

all
to
rich
life,

drous
should
his
ture

ry
my
gled
too

glo Christ,
min far

pour con - tempt


1. And
sac - ri - fice
2. I
thorns com - pose
3. Or
4. De - mands my
soul,

cross
boast
feet,
mine,

died,
God:
down!
small:

loss,
most,
meet,
vine,

pride.
blood.
crown?
all.

Isaac Watts, 16741748

Lowell Mason, 17921872

For Spanish version, see La Cruz Excelsa al Contemplar, #602.

830 When I Survey the Wondrous Cross

#
& # 43

ROCKINGHAM LM

1. When
2. For 3. See,
4. Were

#
& #

#
& #

I
bid
from
the

rich
the

sur it,
his
whole

the
the
and
a

which
1. On
in
2. Save
3. Sor - row
were
4. That

1. My
2. All

est
vain

vey
Lord,
head,
realm

the
that
his
of

of
Prince
of
death
flow
love
pres - ent

gain
things

I
that

won - drous cross


should boast
I
his
hands,
feet,
na - ture mine,

ry
my
gled
too

glo
Christ,
min far

count
charm

but
me

died,
God:
down!
small;

loss,
most,

the
the
and
a

which
1. On
in
2. Save
3. Sor - row
were
4. That

#
& #
1.
2.
3.
4.

rich
the
eer
so

My
All
Did
Love

#
& #

of
Prince
of
death
flow
love
pres - ent

I
that
and
ing,

con - tempt
pour
1. And
sac - ri - fice
2. I
com - pose
thorns
3. Or
my
soul,
4. De - mands

Isaac Watts, 16741748

but
loss,
me
most,
row
meet,
di - vine,

on
them
so
my

died,
God:
down!
small;

count
charm
sor
so

ry
my
gled
too

glo
Christ,
min far

est
gain
vain things
such
love
a - maz -

my
his
a
my

all
to
rich
life,

pride.
blood.
crown?
all.

A Second Supplement to Psalmody in Miniature, London, 1778


Adapt. by Edward Miller, 17311807

When Morning Gilds the Skies 831

b
& b 44

1. When morn - ing gilds


2. To God, the Word,
3. Let earths wide cir 4. Be this, while life

b
&b

1. May
2. May
3. May
4. May

b
&b

Je
Je
Je
Je

sus
sus
sus
sus

Christ
Christ
Christ
Christ

the
on
cle
is

be
be
be
be

skies,
high
round
mine,

praised!
praised!
praised!
praised!

re - pair:
I
Je - sus
1.
To
2. Their voice in hymns of praise:
3. From depth to height, re - ply:
4. Through all the a - ges long:

Katholisches Gesangbuch, Wrzburg, 1828


Tr. by Edward Caswall, 18141878

LAUDES DOMINI 666 666

My heart, a - wak-ing, cries,


The hosts of an - gels cry:
In joy - ful notes re - sound:
My can - ti - cle di - vine:

A Let
Let
Be

May
May
May
May

Je
Je
Je
Je

like at work and prayer


mor - tals, too, up - raise
air, and sea, and sky,
this the - ter - nal song,

sus
sus
sus
sus

Christ
Christ
Christ
Christ

be
be
be
be

praised!
praised!
praised!
praised!

Joseph Barnby, 18381896

832 Where Charity and Love Prevail

#
& j

CHRISTIAN LOVE CM

char
1. Where
grate
2. With
3. For - give
strife
4. Let
us
5. Let
race
6. No

ty
- i
joy
- ful
now
we
a - mong
re - call
creed
nor

# j
&

#
&

and
and
each

love
ho oth -

us
that
can

be
in
love

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

by Christs love,
mind and soul
well
oth - er
seek,
that we
bod - y joined,
all
brac - es

Based on Ubi caritas, 9th cent.


Omer Westendorf, 19161997

pre - vail,
fear
ly
faults
ers
un - known,
midst
our
ex - clude

to Brought here
with
us
Let
us
let
And
the
his
Be
As mem - bers
Our broth - er -

1. There God
is
ev - er found;
2. His char - i - ty
we learn;
3. As
we our faults con - fess;
4. Let
all
con - ten - tion cease;
5. Dwells Gods be - got - ten Son;
6.
If
hon - ored
be Gods name;

By
love are
Now
love him
In
Chris - tian
Be
ours his
We
in
are
Whose
Fa - ther

we
in
ho
ho
him
is

geth - er
heart and
love each
glo - ry
his
of
hood em -

thus bound.
re - turn.
- li - ness.
- ly peace.
made one.
the same.
Paul Benoit, 18931979
Text and music 1960, WLP

While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks 833

4
&b 4
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

While
Fear
To
The
Thus
All

&b

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Lord
joy
Christ
swad God,
heavn

shep - herds watched their


for
he,
said
not,
Da - vids
in
you,
you
Child
heavn - ly
ser - aph;
the
spoke
to
be
glo - ry

the
on
1. seat - ed
2. seized their trou - bled
Da - vids
of
3. born
4. hu - man view dis shin - ing
5. peared a
the earth be
6. on

&b

WINCHESTER OLD CM

came
I
the
dling
who
to

Lk 2:814
Nahum Tate, 16521715

down,
bring
Lord,
clothes,
thus
men

The
Glad
The

played,
throng
peace;

All
Of
Good

And
glo To
you
And
this
And
in
Ad - dressed
Be - gin

night,
by
flocks
dread
might - y
day
town, this
find
there shall
forth - with
and
high,
on
God

ground,
mind;
line,

All
Had
Is
To
Ap And

the
of
an - gel
ti - dings of great
is
Sav - ior who
mean - ly wrapped in
an - gels prais - ing
will hence - forth from

a ry shone
all
man and
the
be
shall
man - ger
a
joy - ful
their
nev - er
and

round.
kind.
sign:
laid.
song:
cease.

Christopher Tye, c. 1497c. 1572


Thomas Estes Whole Book of Psalmes, London, 1592

834 With All the Powers My Poor Soul Hath

# 3
& #4

ROCKINGHAM LM

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

With
Down,
Faith
O
O
Come,

7. When

#
& #

1. Of
2. And
3. To
4. Which
5. Whose
6. And
7. And

#
& #
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Thus
Faith
And
Live
That
Come
When

#
& #

1. Whom
2. As
3. Love
4. My
5. To
6. For
7. Then

all
down,
is

dear
soft,
glo
-

this

hum
all
keep
still
breast
fill
drink

my
low,
my
is
more
words
ev - er,
whose
blood,
hid - den
glo - rys

too
far
could
food,
wash
which
for

God,
skill,
sure,
bread
least
life,
sun

I
faith
more
of
drops
and
faiths

much love
bowed
as
new
love
not
truth
think,
my
my
joy,
my words
of
I
lan - guish,
thy
give
veil,

Thomas Aquinas, 12251274


Tr. by Richard Crashaw, c. 16131647
Adapt. by John Austin, 16131669

my
soul
poor
hath
the powrs
dis - cours - es
die,
proud sense,
faith strength
af - fords
force,
my
that death,
of
me - mo - rial
i - can!
Pel
self - wound - ing
my
in - crease,
hopes
rious Lord,
those eyes
shall
soul
see,
dry

ble
and
love
a - dore
faiths
pace
those
with
sur - vives,
and
weeps balm
for
my
por - tion
the
un - sealed

loy
mys
powr -

al
ter
ful

us
gives
wound - ed
thy
in
of
source

bow
can
sweet
life,
sov
that
shade


lower
laws
could
all
sin
come
me

to
be than
and
reign
long
shall

faith;
y!
words:

breath,
man,
peace:
thee;

thee,
lieve
they,
be
be
day
chase,

for
me.
can
give.
not
say.
to
me.
from
me.
a - way.
thy
face.

A Second Supplement to Psalmody in Miniature, London, 1778


Adapt. by Edward Miller, 17311807

Within Our Darkest Night 835

#4
& 4 # j
#

OSTINATO

With - in our dark- est night,


Dans nos ob - scu - ri - ts

#
&

fire that nev - er dies


feu qui ne s- teint

a
ja

you kin - dle the fire that nev- er dies a al - lu - me le feu qui ne s - teint ja -

way, nev- er dies a - way.


mais, ne s - teint ja - mais.

#
& #

With - in our dark- est night, you kin - dle the


Dans nos ob - scu - ri - ts,
al - lu - me le

way,
mais,

nev - er dies
ne s - teint

a
ja

way.
mais.

..

Jacques Berthier, 19231994


Text and music 1991, Les Presses de Taiz,
GIA Publications, Inc., excl. North American agent

836 Worship the Lord in the Beauty of Holiness

3
&4

WAS LEBET 12 10 12 10

the
his
to
we
the

1. Wor - ship
at
2. Low
not
3. Fear
4. These though
5. Wor - ship

&

&

&

Lord in
feet lay
en - ter
bring them
Lord in

o - be - dience and
1. Gold of
2. Com - fort your
sor - rows, and
its
3. Truth in
beau - ty and
4. Morn - ings of
joy give for
o - be - dience and
5. Gold of

1. Bring, and
2. Guid - ing
3. These are
4. Trust for
5. Bring, and

a - dore him: the


your
may
steps as
the
of - fring to
our
trem - bling, and
a - dore him: the

John S.B. Monsell, 18111875

the
beau - ty of
your bur - den of
his courts
in the
in
trem - bling and
the
beau - ty of

1. Bow down be - fore him, his


his
will
2. High on
heart he
the poor wealth which is
3. Of
ac - cept
will
the
for
4. He
5. Bow down be - fore him, his

glo bear
all
Name
glo -

ry
it
that
that
ry

ho
care
slen
fear
ho

- li - ness;
- ful- ness,
- der- ness
- ful- ness,
- li - ness;

pro - claim;
for
you,
you
own.
is
dear,
pro - claim;

in - cense of
low an - swer your prayer its
love in
ten eve - nings of
tear in - cense of
low -

Lord
best
lay
hope
Lord

is
be
at
for
is

his
for
his
our
his

li - ness
ful - ness,
der- ness,
ful - ness,
li - ness

name!
you.
throne.
fear.
name!

Choral-Buch vor Johann Heinrich Reinhardt, ttingen, 1745

Ye Sons and Daughters 837


O FILII ET FILIAE 888 with Alleluias

b6
&b 8

REFRAIN

b
&b

Al - le - lu - ia,

VERSES

1. Ye
2. That
3. An
4. That
5. When
6. My
7. No
8. How
9. On

b
&b

1. The
2. The
3. Who
4. A 5. How
6. My
7. He
8. And
9. To

b
&b

al - le

daugh sons and


morn,
Eas - ter
clad
an - gel
night tha - pos
first
Thom - as
side,
pier - ced
Thom
long - er
they
blest are
ho
this most

of
King
faith - ful
and
sat
midst them
they had
hands, my
the
saw
yet whose
God your

heavn,
wom
spoke
came
seen
feet,
feet,
faith
hearts

lu - ia,

ters,
at
in
tles
the
O
as
who
ly

the
en
un their
the
I
the
has
and

al - le - lu - ia!

let
break
white
met
tid
Thom
then
have
day

glo
went
to
Lord
ris
show
hands,
con
voic

rose
day
tri - umph - ing.
tomb where Je - sus
lay.
to
go
Gal - i - lee.
be
peace
on
all here.
dis - ci - ples word.
the
be - liev - ing be.
but
and
7.Thou art my Lord
God, he cried.
8. For they e - ter - nal
life
shall win.
bi - lee
9. In laud and ju
and praise.
1. Oer death to 2. To seek the
3. Your Lord doth
4. And said, My
5. He doubt - ed
6. Not faith - less,

Jean Tisserand, d. 1494


Tr. by John M. Neale, 18181866, alt.

For Latin version, see O Filii et Filiae, #654.

sing!
us
day,
of
they see,
fear;
in
ings heard,
see;
as,
de - nied;
not seen,
days,
of

rious King,
their way
the three:
most dear,
Lord,
en
thee;
to
side.
the
stant been,
raise,
es

Al - le - lu - ia!

Chant, Mode II

838 Ye Watchers and Ye Holy Ones

# 3
& #2

LASST UNS ERFREUEN 88 8 88 with Refrain

1.
2.
3.
4.

#
& #

Ye
O
Re
O

#
& #
1.
2.
3.
4.

al
al
al
al

#
& #

le
le
le
le

Vir
Most
All
And

#
& #

lu
lu
lu
lu

ia! Cry
ia! Thou
Ye
ia!
To
ia!

al - le

lu

J. Athelstan Riley, 18581947, alt.

ia,

Bright
More
Ye
Su -

Raise the glad strain,


Lead their prais - es,
Al - le - lu - ia,
Al - le - lu - ia,

out, do - min - ions, prince- doms, powrs,


of the - ter - nal Word,
bear - er
ho - ly twelve, ye mar - tyrs strong,
the
God the Fa - ther, God
Son,

an tues, arch - an - gels,


gra - cious, mag - ni - fy
saints tri - um - phant, raise
Spir - it, Three
the
God

Al - le - lu - ia,

#
& #

ho - ly
watch - ers and ye
ones,
high - er than the cher - u - bim,
spond, ye souls in end - less
rest,
us
friends, in glad - ness let
sing,

ser - aphs, cher - u - bim, and thrones,


glo - rious than the ser - a - phim,
pa - tri - archs and proph - ets blest,
per - nal an - thems ech - o - ing,

1.
2.
3.
4.

1.
2.
3.
4.

gels choirs,
the
Lord,
the
song:
- in - One,

al - le - lu - ia,

w.

al - le - lu - ia,

al - le

lu

ia!

Geistliche Kirchengesnge, Cologne, 1623

Ye Who Own the Faith of Jesus 839

& b 44

1. Ye
who
2. Bless - ed
3. Where - fore
4. May the
5. For
the

&b

&b

&b

own the
were the
let all
Moth- ers
sick and

1. that were done,


2. Lord did come;
3. of
her name;
4. bless - ing win,
5. far
a - way,

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

O er our
Fash- ioned
Part in
Strong and
All who

ST. LEONARD 87 87 87

faith
cho faith in for

When the
God
love of
Bless - ed
land
was the
Let
her
the Church in
That the
all
chil - dren
For
the hearts that mourn

vic - t ry won,
sin the
earth - ly home;
for his
her thanks - giv - ing claim;
fair and pure with - in,
need our prayers to - day,

1. Vir - gin Ma - ry
2. far
the Moth - er,
3. sang in glad - ness
4. Lord s own foot - steps,
5. gone be - fore us,

Vincent S. S. Coles, 18451929

Moth - er
She
who
Let
Christ s
Firm in
May the

of
bare
peo faith
ho -

Sing
Out
Tell
On
For

of
Je - sus,
sen peo - ple
ful
peo - ple
ter - ces - sions
the
a - ged,

When
But
What
Fol For

his
him
ple
and
ly

the
of
the
our
our

won - ders
whom the
hon - or
homes a
dear ones

the
Fa - ther
of
prom - ise
fore - sha- dowed
be
pros- pered,
in
se - cret,

he
made the
more
bless - ed
Christ s Moth - er
low - ing our
the
faith - ful

on - ly Son.
in
her womb.
sing the same.
free from sin.
Vir - gin pray.
Johann Christoph Bach, 16421703