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5. Larger Compositions from which Hymn-Tunes are De

rived. (Under this heading it would add interest if some musician would render some of the larger sources of hymn-tunes.) See page 263.

LESSON IX. STORIES OF THE TUNES AND THEIR TITLES Assignment for Reading: Chapter 9 and a Review of Chapter 8. Topics for Special Preparation:

1. How Tunes are Composed (see text).
2. What are the Best Tunes?
3. Different Reasons for Choosing Tune-Titles.
4. National and Patriotic Tunes in the Hymnal.
5. Secular Songs that have Made Hymn-Tunes.

LESSON X. INTERPRETATION OF THE HYMNS THROUGH THE

MUSIC Assignment for Reading: Chapter 10. Topics for Special Preparation:

1. Should Hymn-Tunes be Emotional, and Why? 2. What Hymn-Tunes Best Describe the Emotions of Words? 3. Examples of Emotional Incongruity between Hymns and

Words. 4. Should Music be Employed to Describe Events or Episodes. 5. A Study of Hymns 250-275, and their Relative Emotional

Powers.

LESSON XI. FORMAL ELEMENTS OF MUSIC
Assignment for Reading: Chapter 11.
Topics for Special Preparation:

1. The Value of Tunes with a Chorus.
2. What is the Purpose of Form in Music?
3. Which Keys are Best Suited to Hymn-Tunes?
4. What Elements of Form are Illustrated in the Hymn-

Tunes? 5. Find Illustrations of Poor Forms.

LESSON XII. REVIEW AND PRACTICAL APPLICATION OF THE

COURSE Assignment for Reading: Chapter 12. General Review.

INDEX

Lines in quotation are first lines of hymns. Lines in italics are

titles of tunes.
"A mighty fortress is our God,” “Author of faith,” 127

122, 254 (see "Ein' Feste Avison, 178
Burg”)

“Awake, our souls! away,” 151
“Abide with me,” 68, 104, 181,
193, 194, 226

Babcock, Rev. Dr. M. D., 109
Adams, Mrs. Sarah F., 110, 111, Baker, Rev. Sir H. W., 82, 105,
133

106, 183, 206
Addison, Joseph, 77, 97, 156, 226 Barbauld, Mrs. Anna L., 110
Ahle, Johann Rudolf, 171 Baring-Gould, Rev. S., 105, 113
"Alas! and did my Saviour,” Barnby, Sir J., 181, 190, 207,
87, 88, 187

211, 214, 222, 241
Aldrich, Henry, 176

Barthélémon, F. H., 174
Alexander, Mrs. C. F., 111, 125 Bartholdy, 197
Alexander, J. W., 120, 122 Bartlett, Dr. Maro L., 195
Alford, Dean Henry, 75, 104 Bathurst, Rev. William H., 104
“All glory, laud," 118

Baume, John W., 196, 211
"All haill the power,” 89, 101 Baxter, Richard, 67, 97
All Saints, 176

Beddome, Rev. Benjamin, 102
Alsace, 197

Beethoven, 173, 197, 200, 228
Alverson, J. B., 27

"Before Jehovah's awful
"Am I a soldier of the,” 151 throne,” 89
America, 48, 176, 200, 236, 240 "Behold, the Christian warrior,"
Amsterdam, 177

99
"Ancient of days," 108

“Behold the Saviour of man-
..And are we yet alive?" 82 kind," 85, 100
"And can it be that I," 61 Belleville, 193
"Another six days' work,” 102 Bentley, 185
Antioch, 172, 196

Bernard of Clairvaux, 120, 122
"Arise, my soul, arise," 86 Bernard of Cluny, 119
Arlington, 176, 199

Bickersteth, Rev. Dr. Edward
Armenia, 188

H., 105, 148, 158
Arne, Thomas A., 176, 199 Black, J. M., 36
Art thou weary, art thou," Blacklock, Rev. Thomas, 70
117, 127, 159

"Blessed assurance," 70, 90, 205
"As pants the hart for," 114 “Blest are the pure,”. 103
Asbury, Bishop, 19, 20, 21 “Blest be the dear uniting," 90
Ashford, Mrs. E. L., 195, 208 "Blest be the tie,74, 102
“Asleep in Jesus," 76, 223 Boardman, 189
Auber, Miss Harriet, 110 Boehm, Anthony W., 122
Austria, 187

Bonar, Dr. Horatius, 75, 104

Borthwick, Jane, 124

"Come, said Jesus' sacred," 110
Bortnjanski, D. S., 186

“Come, Saviour, Jesus," 113
Bourignon, Antoinette, 113 "Come, sound his praise,” 72
Bowring, Sir John, 105, 133, 157 “Come, thou almighty,” 93
Bradbury, 190

“Come, thou Fount,” 64, 102
Bradbury, William B., 190 "Come, ye disconsolate," 106
Bradford, 197

Come, ye faithful,”' 117
Bremen, 171, 202, 243

"Come, ye sinners,” 60, 102
Breviaries, 118

“Come, ye that love the Lord,”
Bridge, Sir Frederick, 51, 185

91, 250
Bridges, Matthew, 104

"Commit thou all thy," 124
Brooks, Bishop Phillips, 78, Communion, 187
109

Conkey, Ithamar, 189
Brown, Mrs. Phæbe H. 73 Converse, Charles C., 191
Browning, Mrs. Elizabeth B., 106 Cooke, Bishop R. J.,

32
Bryant, William Cullen, 75, 107 Cooper, Ezekiel, 19, 20
Burgmüller, Frederick, 199 Copeland, Rev. Dr. Benjamin,

109, 208, 209
Caledonia, 92, 178

Coronation, 187, 202
Camp, John Spencer, 196, 202 Cowper, William, 74, 97, 98, 99,
Campbell, Rev. Dr. James, 37 113, 116
Campbell, Miss Jane, 125 Creamer, David, 27
Canonbury, 198

Creation, 198
Carey, Henry, 176, 200, 236 "Creator, Spirit! by whose," 119
Cary, 192

Crimea, 194, 214
Cary, Miss Phæbe, 69

Croft, William, 176, 201, 212
Caswell

, E. M., 118, 120, 121, 125 Crosby, Fanny (Mrs. Van Al-
Cennick, John, 101

styne), 43, 66, 70, 88, 90, 111.
Chetham, John, 176

Cross, Dr. Moses S., 196
Christ Church, 185

Cross of Jesus, 198, 243, 244
"Christ for the world," 76 “Crown him with many," 104
"Christ is made the sure," 119 Crüger, Johann, 171, 201
"Christianl dost thou see" 117, Crusader's Hymn, 170, 201

220, 221.
Christmas, 196

D'Urhan, Crétien, 174
Claudius, Matthias, 125 “Day of wrath, o dreadful,” 119
Cobern, Rev. Dr. Ć. M., 32, 204, “Dear Lord and Father," (107
210

Decius, 171, 200, 203
Codner, Mrs. Elizabeth, 64 Decius, Nicolas, 122, 171,

201
Coke, Bishop Thomas, 17, 19, 22 Deems, Rev. Dr. Charles F., 108
Coles, Rev. George, 188

Dennis, 174, 227
"Come, Holy Ghost, in,”' 119 Denny, Sir Edward, 105
"Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly Dessler, Wolfgang C., 123
Dove," 86

Deventer, 187, 213
"Come, let us anew our," 87 Dexter, Rev. Dr. H. M., 109, 117
"Come, let us join our,” 87, 116 Diademata, 182, 207
"Come, O my soull” 70

Dilley, David, 27
"Come, Othou all victorious Dirge, 197
Lord,” 79

Doane, Bishop George W., 108
“Come, O thou Traveler," 160 Doane, Bishop W. C., 108

1

Doane, William Howard, 191 Flemming, Friedrich F., 174
Doddridge, Rev. Dr. Philip, 97, "Fling out the banner," 108
98, 116

Floy, Rev. James, 26, 27
Doxology, 96, 189

“Flung to the heedless," 123
Dryden, John, 119

"For all the saints," 105
Du Bose, Rev. Dr. H. M., 37 “For thee, O dear, dear coun-
Duane Street, 188

try," 119
Duffield, Dr. George, Jr., 108 "Forward be our watchword,”
Duffield, Dr. S. W., 87, 89, 93 75, 104, 151
Duke Street, 177

Francis, Rev. Benjamin, 102
Dundee, 178, 242

Frederick, 189
Dunham, Henry M., 193 “From Greenland's icy moun-
Dunstan, 190, 241

tains," 75, 103, 159, 254
Dwight, Timothy, 106, 115
Dykes, Rev. J. B., 181, 193, 207, Gauntlett, Henry John, 180, 204
211, 212, 215, 220, 221 Genevan Psalter, 173, 174

Gerhardt, Paul, 122, 123, 124
Edson, Lewis, 187

Gethsemane, 182, 206
Eighmey, 194

Giardini, Felice de, 186
Ein' Feste Burg, 91, 122, 171, Gilder, 173
200, 205, 238, 243

Gilder, Richard Watson, 53, 80,
Elizabethtown, 189

108, 133, 208
Ellers, 182

Gilead, 174
Ellerton, Rev. John, 75, 105 Gill, Rev. Dr. B., 194, 213
Elliott, Miss Charlotte, 110 Gilmore, Rev. J. H., 76, 109
Elvey, Sir George Job, 182, 212 "Give to the winds thy," 124
Emerson, Luther O., 189 Gladden, Rev. Dr. W., 109
Emmons, 199

Gloria in Excelsis, 121, 122
Even me, 190

Gloria Patri, 182
Evening Hymn, 175

“Glorious things of thee are,”
Evening Prayer, 191

99, 253
Every Day and Hour, 191 "Glory be to the Father," 80
Ewing, 183, 184, 236, 242 “God be with you,” 90, 109

“God calling yet! shall I," 124
Faber, Rev. Dr. F. W., 103, 132 “Golden harps are sounding,"
Fabricius, Jacob, 92, 125
Fairest Lord Jesus," 125 Goodrich, Charles G., 194, 211
"Faith is a living power,” 125 Goodsell, Bishop Daniel A., 8,
“Faith of our fathers!” 104, 132 36, 39, 138, 186
"Father, whate'er of,” 66 Gottschalk, Louis M., 198
Fawcett, Rev. Dr. John, 74, 102 Gouda, 187, 213
"Fear not, O little," 92, 125 Gould, Nathaniel D., 188
Federal Street, 188

Gounod, Charles François, 174,
Ferguson, 189

185, 198
Festal Song, 192

Grant, Sir Robert, 102, 103, 105
Fillmore, 187

156
“Fierce raged the tempest,” 218, Greatorex, Henry W., 182
219

Green Hill, 184
Fisk, 210

Greenville, 174, 198
Flemming, 173

Gregory, Pope, 169, 170

83

Gruber, Franz, 201

Holley, 188
"Guide me, 0 thou great Jeho- Holmes, Oliver Wendell, 107
vah,” 101

Holmfirth, 193
Guyon, Madame J. M. B. de "Holy Ghost, dispel our," 124
la M., 72, 113

Holy Hill, 194

Hopkins, Edward John, 182
Habakkuk, 180

Hoss, Bishop E. E., 36
“Hail to the Lord's anointed,” How, Bishop William W., 105
74

“How are thy servants blest,
Hamilton, Jefferson, 24

O Lord,” 77, 97
Hammond, Rev. William, 101 “How happy is the pilgrim's
Händel, George F., 122, 172, 173 lot,” 101
196

“How sad our state,” 87
Hankey, Katherine, 66

Humphrey, Pelham, 176
Hanover, 176

Huntington, Rev. Dr. D. C., 35
"Hark, the voice of Jesus call- Hursley, 184, 214
ing, " 151

Hymn of Joy, 197
Harrington, Calvin S., 38, 40,
210, 258

“I bow my forehead," 107
Harrington, Claude W., 212 "I heard the voice of Jesus
Harrington, Karl P., 8, 40, 192, say,” 104, 207
193, 213, 214

“I know no life divided," 125
Harris, Thoro, 194, 214

"I lay my sins on Jesus,” 104
Hart, Rev. Joseph, 60, 102 "I love thy kingdom,” 115
Hassler, H. L., 171, 199, 201 "I'll praise my Maker while
::Hasten, Lord, the glorious I've breath,” 81
time," 110

"I'm but a stranger here,” 67
Hastings, Thomas, 106, 187, 188 "I'm going home to die no
Havergal, Frances Ridley, 63, more," 93
67, 83, 106, 111

"I need thee every hour,” 191
Hay, John, 107

"I would not live alway,” 189
Haydn Francis Joseph, 173, "I thank thee, uncreated Sun,”
187, 198, 226

123
Hayes, 197

"I thirst, thou wounded Lamb
"He leadeth me,” 76, 109, 190 of God," 124
Heber, 189

''In age and feebleness extreme,”
Heber, Bishop R., 75, 103, 159 69, 185
Hedge, Rev. Dr. Frederick H., “In the cross of Christ I glory,”
122

105, 133, 157, 163, 189, 254
Herbert, George, 97

"In the hour of trial,” 99
Herbert, Petrus, 125

Ingalls, Jeremiah, 187
"Here, O my Lord, I see,” 75 Ingemann, Bernhardt S., 113
Herold, Louis Joseph F., 174 Innocent III., Pope, 120
Hesperus, 183

Intercession New, 197
Hews, George, 188

"Into the woods my Master
"High on his everlasting,” 123 went,” 108
Hitt, Daniel, 20, 21

"Into thy gracious hands I fall,”
Hodges, Edward, 180

123
Holden, Oliver, 106, 187, 202 ::It came upon the midnight
Holland, Dr. J. G., 47, 107, 156 clear," 107

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