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BRIEF COURSE OF INSTRUCTION, AND A GRADED SELECTION OF SONGS 



TDNIC SCL-FA SYSTEM 



T. F. SEWARD ^^^ B. C. UNSELD. 



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SONGS IN SOL-FA: 



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BRIEF COURSE OF INSTRUCTION, AND A GRADED SELECTION OF SONGS 



TDNIC SDL-FA SYSTEM 



T. F. SEWARD .*^'B. C. UNSELD. 




BI6L0W ^ MAIN, Publishbi^s, 

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Copyright, 1882, by Biglow & Main. 



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This book has been prepared in response to an urgent call for a work that could be made useful in the 
Sunday School, as well as in the day school, and in singing classes. It contains also a brief course of in- 
struction in tlie Tonic Sol-fa notation, and a variety of exercises and secular songs for practice. It can, 
therefore, be made available in three different ways, as follows: 

1. As a text book for teaching the system. 

In this case, as the course of instruction is necessarily much condensed, the teacher should be supplied 
with a copy of the Tonic Sol-fa Music Header (sent by mail for 35 cents), from which additional exercises 
may be written on the blackboard as needed. 

2. For institutes and short courses of instruction, which are now so often held by teachers in this 
country. It was especially to meet this demand that the book was first planned, but it is hoped that it 
will be found equally useful for the other purposes mentioned. 

3. For u.se in Sunday Schools where only rote singing is practised. When employed in such schools, 
the following plan is strongly recommended in place of the ordinary method of mere imitation, in which 
children are taught as parrots might be taught, leaving them at the end of any number of years of prac- 
tice no more musically intelligent than at the beginning : 

Hang up a modulator in plain view of the whole school. Let the teacher, or leader (at first only using 
the easier tunes), sing a short plirase of the tune to the syllables, pointing on the modulator as he sings. 
Pupils repeat the phrase, the teacher pointing as they sing. Let this be done several times, or until the 
phrase is somewhat familiar. Teach the next phrase in the same way ; then sing the two in connection, 
and so on, until the whole tunc can be sung by the syllables, the teacher still pointing on the modulator. 
Then turn to the book, and sing the tune to the syllables. If the pupils fail at any point, return to 
the modulator and practice the ditficult passage as before. When the tune is learned, call attention to the 
words, tlieir meaning, the sentiment, etc., and then sing the tune to the words. When the practice is 
conducted in this way, it will not be long until the most difficult tunes can be easily taught. Not only 
that, but after a time, the tones will become so familiar that the modulator can be dispensed with, and the 
tunes taught at once from the book by syllable. 

Observe tliat the teacher does not sing with the pupils. They listen and look while he sings and 
points. He points and listens while they sing. One hour's training of this kind is more effective than 
five hours spent in singing with the teacher. 

The advantage of teaching the tunes by the syllables, instead of the ordinary method of teaching the 
words and tune together, may be easily stated. First — It avoids the hurtful effect of using sacred words 
for mere practice. They are not introduced till they can be properly explained and impressed. Second — 
The syllables possess a wonderful cumulative mnemonic power. Each tune that is learned is a help to the 
next one. The ear becomes accustomed to certain progressions in connection with certain syllables, and 
thus gradually gains a practical knowledge of all relations. This is the case even where no time is spent 
in positive elementary instruction. It is needless to say that we by no means intend to countenance the 
neglect of such instruction, when it can possibly be given. It is our hope and belief that many who begin 
by using the syllables as above described, will be led by the delightful simplicity of this new notation 
and way of teaching to devote some time to more thorough study. It is the universal experience, where 
the Tonic Sol-fa system is introduced, that pupils are led by the ease and naturalness of the method to 
follow the study of music much farther than they are luclmed to do when they begin with the staff. 
This IS the invariable result where the Tonic Sol-fa system is introduced. It diffuses musical intelligence 
among the people ; it leads to the appreciation and use of a higher order of music, and gradually substi- 
tutes ready sight-reading for tlie mere imitation, or rote singing, which usually prevails in this country. 



SONGS m SOL-FA 



INSTRUCTIONS AND EXERCISES. 



FIRST STEP. 

To recognize and produce the tones Don, Me, Soh, the upper octave of Boh and the lower octave of Soh ; 
^frong aivJ ireak acccnta ; the Fulae, the Ilalf-pMlne; two-puhe measure and three-pulse-measure. 



>fOTK.— The teacher will need for his instruction and 
irection a copy of The Tonic Sol-fa Music Jteader. Not 
nly the facts as in this book, but tlie method of teaching 
i therein presented, with cuts of the Hand-siiins and Fin- 
ersiftus, and many, illustrations and sugsestionswith re- 
ard to points tliii uiacher needs to know. A Modulator, 
Lining-fork and iilack-l)oard ai-e the necessary apparatus.* 



TUNE. 

1. The three principal tones in mu- 
ic — the first to be learned — are Doh, 
^/e. Soh. 

2. Of these, doh is the lowest, mf 
he next higher and soh the highest. 



3. These three tones combined form 
he chord of Doh. or To7iic Chord. 

4. The relative position of the tones 
3 of less importance than their char- 
cters or mental eflFects. 

5. Of the mental effects of these 
hree tones, one is a strong, firm tone, 



SOH 



ME 



DOH 



another is a calm, gentle tone, and another is a 
clear, bright tone. 

Note. — The pupils must determine the characters of the 
tones for themselves, after hearing suitable illustrations 
from the teacher. 

6. As a means of practice the tones are indica- 
ted by Hand-signs representing their mental ef- 
fects. 

7. The strong, firm tone is represented by the 
closed hand; the clear, bright tone by the open 
hand thumb upwards; the calm, gentle tone by 
the open hand palm downward. 

8. In the Tonic Sol-Fa Notation the initials of 
the syllables are used as "notes"— d for doh, sfor 
soh and n for me. 

Note. A narrower tvpe and somewhat altered form is 

given the letter m (tn) for convenience in printing. After 
the tones have been well practiced from the toacher'spat- 
tems, from the Modulator, Hand-si^ns etc., the following 
exercises may be sung from the book or black-board. 



1. 



KEY D. 

d n 



KEY F. 

PI s 



3. 



KF.Y E. 

n d 



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any of the books, music apparatus &c.. published by Messrs. John Curwen & Sons, London, Eng. Catalogues 



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urnished on request. 



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FIEST STEP. 



9. The tones next to be learned are 
the upper octave of doh, and the low- 
er octave of soh. 

10. In the notation the upper doh 
is distinguished by the figure 1 placed 
at the top of the letter thus — d' and 
is called One-Doh. 

11. Its mental effect is the same as 
doh, only more positive. Its Hand- 
sign is the same as for doh with the 
hand held higher. 



SOH 
ME 
DOH 



12. The lower soh is distinguished by the fig- 
ure 1 placed at the bottom of the letter thus— s, 
and is called Soh-One. 

13. Its mental effect is the same as soh, only 
somewhat subdued. Its Hand-sign is the same as 
for soh with the hand lowered. 

Note. — After sufficient drill by pattern from the Modu- 
lator, Hand-signs etc., the following exercises may be 
practiced. 



KEV D. 
d PI 



KEY C. 

s n 



O. KEY F, 

d s, d 



KEY A. 

d m 



TIME AND RHYTHM. 



14. Time in music is measured by regularly re- 
curring accents. 

15. The most easily perceived degrees of ac- 
cent are the steong and the weak. 

16. The time from one strong accent to the next 
is called a Meascke. 

17. The time from any accent to the next is 
called a Pulse. 

18. Different arrangements of the order of ac- 
cents makes different kinds of measure. 



19. A measure consisting of two pulses, one 
strong and one weak, is caUed Two-pulse meas- 
ure. 

20. A measure consisting of three pulses, one 
strong and two weak, is called Three-pulse meas- 
ure. 

21. When the measure begins with the strong 
accent it is called the primary form of the meas- 
ure. 

22. When the measure begins with a weak ac- 
cent, it is called a Secondary form. 



FIRST STEP. 



23. The Tonic Sol-fa Method makes use of a 
iystem of time-names to aid in the study of time. 

24. The pulse is the unit of measurement, and 
I tone one pulse long is named Taa, pron. Tah. 

25. The strong accent may be indicated, when 
lecessary, by the letter E, thus — Tbaa. 

'2(3. The strong accent is indicated in the nota- 
ion by a long heavy bar; the weak accent by a 
;olon (:). 

27. The note following a long bar is to be sung 



with the strong accent, and a note following a co- 
lon is to be sung with the weak accent. 

28. The accent marks are placed at equal dis- 
tances of space and thus represent the equal di- 
visions of time. 

29. The space from one accent mark to the next 
represents the time of a pulse, and the space be- 
tween the bars represents the time of a measure. 

30. The end of an exercise is indicated by a 
Double Bar. 



d 

TAA 



:d 

TAA 



d 

T.\A 



TWO-PULSE MEASURE 

PlUMAUV. 

;d Id :d ii j :d Id 

TAA I TAA T.VA II I TAA I TAA 



Skcosdaby. 
:d I 

TAA 



d 

TAA 



:d 

TAA 



THREE-PULSE MEASURE. 









Pkimabt. 












Sf.conuaky. 










^ 


d 


:d 


:d d :d 


:d 


1 


:d 


d 


:d 


:d d 


:d 


:d 


d 


:d 


} 


TAA 


TAA 


TAA TAA TAA 


TAA 


TAA 


TAA 


TAA 


TAA TAA 


TAA 


TAA 


TAA 


TAA 



31. The continuation of a tone through more 
hiva one pulse is indicated by a dash, and the 
ime-name is obtained by dropping the consonant 
bus— ^ 



w 



TAA TAA • TAA - AA 



TAA - AA - I AA 



32. A pulse divided into halves — half-pulse 
ones — is named taatai, and is indicated in the 



notation by a dot in the middle of the pulse-space 
d .d : 

TAA-TAI 



thus 



Note.— The finger-signs for time may be introduced 
here; the teacher will find full illustrations in the "Kcad- 
er." The teacher will consult the "Reader" lor susges- 
tions as to Modulator voluntaries, Ear exercises, Mental 
effects, Writing exercises, Pointing and writingfrom mem- 
ory, questions for examination, certificates, etc. 



J««. KEY C. 















FIEST 


STEP. 


O. KEY I 

d :d 


). 

m 


rm 


s 


:s 


m 


t 


d' :d' 


d :d 


d 


:d 


d 


:d 


d 


:- 


d :d 


lO. ketD. 










J. 


d :m 


s 


:m 


s 


:rn 


d' 


T 


d' :s 


d :d 


d; 


:- 


n 


:m 


n 


:- 


PI :pi 


11. KEY I 

















d : — 



d' :- 
PI :m 



in Is 
:d Id 



3 :m 
d :d 



d : — 
d : — 

d :- 
d : — 



IS. ketD. 








d :d :d 


PI 


:m :pi 


d :m :s 


d' 


d :d :d 


d 


:- :- 


PI :n :n 


PI 


13. ketC. 


t 


d :d :d 


PI 




PI :m :pi 


s 


d :-:d 


d 


-:- 


d :- :d 


PI 


14. KEY C. 




d :d 


n 


:d 


s .s :pi.s 


d' 


d :d.d 


d 


:d.d 


n.pirm.Pi 


PI 



1^. KEY D. Round in four parts. 



d' :d' :d' 
n :n :n 



PI :— :— I n 



d' :- 
I' 
:pi.n 



d'.s :m.s 
PI :pi .Pi 



d' :d' :d' 
PI :— :pi 



d' :s 
PI :s 



:pi 
:pi 



3 :s :s id :— :— 
PI :— : PI d :— :— 



d' 


:pi 


s :s 


d 


:- 


d 


:d.d 


pi.pi :s .s 


d 


- 



jld :d |pi :pi Is : 

( I Come, then | comrades, | join c 



S 

join our 



:— Id' .s :n .s Id' .s :pi .s In 



r '■" II 

I song, IMerrily, yes, I merrily we'll I tramp a - I long. j| 

For additional exercises.in this Step see tunes Oreat and Oood page 10, Blessed Rain p. 32, and The Happy Scholar p. 20 



Id' .3 :n .3 In :d 
merrily we'll I tramp a 



SECOND STEP. 



The tones Eat and Te. The medium accent, 
nd-a-half tones and quarter-pulse tones. 



33. The tones to be learned next 
.re Ray and Te. 

Note. — Their octaves, r' a'i<l t, au<l "' 1 
ther tones above and below the iiiiniarkfil 
clave cau easilj- be taught from iheModii- 



3-t. As to the mental effects of these 
lew tones, one is a sharp, piercing 
one, and the other is a hopeful, rous- 
ag tone. 

See Note after paragraph 5. 

3'). The Hand-sign for the sharp, 
liercing tone is the fore-finger point- 
ag upward and the sign for the hope- 
ul tone is the open hand tingors up- 
•ard, palm outward. 



te, ray combined 
o/i, or Dominant 



36. The tones soh. 
arm the chord of ; 
^ord. 



Note. — After preparatory practice of the 
ew tones by pattern, from the Modulator, 
land-signs etc., the following exercises may 
e studied. 

The teacher will give such instruction in 
reathing and expre.ssion as may be needed 
:om time to tmo. The words in italics are 
J be sung softly ; those in small cviTfAi-s 
re to besung loudly, and those in the com- 
lon type are to bo sung with a medium de- 
ree of power. See "Reader," p. 18. 



ll>. KEV A. 



d :d 

Lilt- is 
While we're 

d :d 



t, :d 

like u 
safe from 

Si :ni 



r :t, 

ship in 



PI' 

r' 
d' 
TE 



SOH 



ME 
RAY 
DOH 



S| :d 
mo - tion, 
show - er , 

Si :ni 



R 


ur-pulse and six-pulse measures 


TUNE. 






1<>. KEY C. 






(dm s 


:— s 




( r' :t s 


:d' s 




\^. KEY F. 






j d :s PI 


:d s, 



SUent pulse, pidse- 



i|d 



1«, KEY C. 

Id :r 

lOnward 



I loid a 



:pi 
the 



d' 

ay and 

:t 
Men and 



r 

and 



t :d' 

night we 

d' :s 
maidens 

PI :d 

young all 



:r 

- lent 

ir' :d' 
I wend our 

PI :m 

wander 

t, :t, 
pass a - 



riv - e 

t :• 

way; 



d : — 

way. 



d :d 

Sometimes 
Waft-ed 

PI, tn. 



t, :d 

high and 
by the 
S, :d 



r :n 

sometimes 
gen - tie 

t, :d 



r :- 

low; 

gales; 



PI :r 


PI :r 


d :t, 


d :s, 


d :d 


t, :d 


PI :r 


d :- 


i:v - 'ry 


one must 


brave the 


- cean, 


What-8o - 


ev - er 


wind may 


blow. 


Seize tlie 


pres - ent 


pass - ing 


hour, 


To the 


breeze un - 


furl the 


sails. 


d :t, 


d :8, 


d :s, 


PI, :pi, 


PI, :pi, 


s, :d 


Si :s, 


d : — 



For additionl exercises see tunes liwell the Anthem. Mrs. Robin's Lullaby p. Of., Longings p. 49, Be Content p. 21. 



SECOND STEP. 

TIME. 



37. In addition to the strong and weak accents 
there is also a Medium accent. 

38. The medium accent changes two two-pulse 
measures into a four-pulse measure, andtwothree- 
I)ulse measures into a six-pulse measure. 

39. In four-pulse measure the order of accents 



is STEONG, weak, medium, weak. 

40. In six-pulse measure the order of accents ia 
STRONG, weak, weak, medium, weak, weak. 

41. The medium accent is indicated in the no- 
tation by a short, thin bar. 



ir 



FOUR-PULSE. MEASURE. 



bECOXDAKY. 



:d 



d Id 



SIX-PULSE MEASURE. 

Pkimakv. Skcondakt. 

Id :d :d |d :d :d Id :d :d [d :d :d 1| ( :d Id :d :d [d :d :d jd :d :d !d :d 



and indicated thus- 



42. A Silent pulse (Rest) is named SAA, and is 
indicated in the notation by the absence of any 
notes in the pulse-space, i. e. vacant space. 

43. A tone continued through the first half of the 
next pulse — a pulse-and-a-half tone — is named 



Id :- .d 

I TAA-AA-TAI 



each half-pulse, thus- 



{I 



SO. KEY Et?. Round in three parts. 



44. A pulse divided into quarters is named ia/a- 
tefv, and is indicated by a comma in the middle of 

'd ,d .d ,d : 

ta-fa - te - fe. 



Id 

May. 



s :s jm :d t, :S| jd : — 


r 


:t, 


Id 


:ni 


r 


:r 


Ev - er bloom-ing, ev - er gay, 


ev - 


er 


wel 


- come 


love 


■ly 


SI. KEY F. Round in four parts. 

s n :in |n :r d :d |d 














:t, 


d 


:s, 


Id 


:r 


in 


Now we are met let mirth a - bound, 


And 


lot 


the 


catch 


and 


gi 



:v\ |m 

lee go round. Ijl 



SS. KEY C. Round in four pai-ts. 
|r :— Id :n |s 

I let's lau^h, I come let's sing. 



jlpi :m 

( I Come let 



- Id' 



|t.d':r' .tid' 



..t 



Win - ter shall as merry| be as Spring. 



f 



SECOND STEP. 



23. KEY C. Hound in two parts. 
id : d : d | m :m : m I s :— :— | d' :— :— 1 1 

[Mer-ri - ly. mer-ri - ly | dan 



Is :— :— Id' :— :-it :t :t |r' :r' :r' Id' :— :- Is :— :- 

I (lane ing, | Mer-ri - ly, nier-ri-ly I glaiic - - iu^, 

I 



Im :pi :n |d :d :d Im :— :— |n :— :— Is :s :s |t :t :t Id' :— :— [— :- :— 



IComethebriglitdaysof thel morn - - ing, I Filling all hearts with ile -| light. 

Vl-i. KKv D. Round in four parts. 
Id :d :d |d :d :d In :— :r |d :— : - In :n : n |n : m : n Is : - :s In :— :— 

I.Mei-ri - ly. mer-ri - ly Uound the born, Iciieeri - ly, cheeri - ly I o'er the lawn; 

— :s is :— :— jd' :— :— |s :— :— id' :— :— |s :— :— 
On - - ward, | On - - ward. 



:r in :n |r :r id : | ] 

O I haste, do not de - | lay, ) 

id :d |t| :t| id : | ii 

j Yes, I will a - wav. 



s :— :s is : 


— :s 


s :— 


-:s Is :■ 


— :-- 


Let it ring 


now 


loud 


and long 


; 


•^.-». KEY G. 

:s, d : 


Kound in tw 
i :d 


,'0 parts. 

r 


1 


C) haste. 




o 


haste, 






In 


7 


s :s 


Is 


Yes. I 


will, 




Yes, I 


will, 


M<;. Kiv F. 

s :- .s 1 


iloun 
s 


d in th 
:- .S 


ree parts. 

in .r : 


;d .t, 



P u. 

d :— in :-.n|n :-.r 



Sing we 'now a ' merry, merry I lay, | Let iis jail be J 

d .t| :d .r In :— Id :d Id :d is, :s, Id :— , 

happy while wel may, I As we jjour - ney | on our I way. | 

viT'. KEY F. Kound in four parts. 

d.d.d.d:'^ -^ |r .r :n |n,n.n,n:s .s |t, .t, :d ^ 



iMerrily the bells are I ringing near; 'Cheerily the birds are j sing-in g here. } 

Is ,s .s ,s :s .s Is ,s .s ,s :s |d,d.d,d:d .d Is, ,S| .s, ,s, :d 11 

1 Listen to the belle! how I merrily they ring! iListen to the birds! how I cheerily they sing. || 

For additional exercises see tnnea The 2IHloio Horn. p. 22; A Mothers Lullaby, p. 54; Hear oar Evening Prayer. 
M ; Evening U Falling, p. 20; Round and Uound, p. Z'i ; Ding Dong, p. 9. 



hj 



THIRD STEP. 



The tones Fah and Lah, completing the Scale. The Standard Scale. 
Silence. Various combinations of Quarter-pxdses. 



To pitch tunes. The Balf-pulse 



TUNE. 



45. The tones next to be learned 
are Fah and Lah, and their octaves. 

46. Of the mental effects of these 
two tones, Lah is a sad, weeping tone, 
and Fah a serious, solemn, desolate 
tone. 

47. The Hand-sign for the sad, 
weeping tone is the hand hanging 
loosely from the wrist; the sign for the 
serious, desolate tone is the forefinger 
pointing downward. 

48. The tones Fah, Lah, Doh, com- 
bined, form the chord of Fah, or Sub- 
Dominant. 

49. The series of tones from d to d', 
represented in the Modulator, is called 
the Scale. 

50. Each tone of the scale differs 
from the others in pitch. 

By "pitch" is meant the highness orlow- 
ness of tones. 

51. The eighth tone above or below 
any given tone has the same mental 
effect and the same name. They are 
Replicates or Octaves one of the other. 

52. The first octave above any tone is 
indicated by the figure 1 placed at the 
top of the letter, the second octave by 
the figure 2 and so on, thus— d d' d^ 
named doh, one-doh, two-doh, etc. The 
octaves below are indicated by the fig- 
ure placed at the bottom of the letter, 
thus — B 8, 8, named soh, soh-one, soh- 
two. 



DOH> 
IE 

LA 

SOH 

FAH 
ME 

RAY 

DOH 

t, 

1. 

S| 



53. The tones doh, me, soh are the strong, bold 
tones of the scale, and ray, fah, la and te are the 
leaning tones. 



54. The tones te and fah have the strongest lean- 
ing or leading tendency, te leading upward to doh 
and fah leading downward to me. 

55. The most important tone of the scale, the 
strongest, the governing tone is called the Key-tone. 

56. A key-tone with the tones related to it, or 
belonging to it, is called a Key. 

57. A distinction is made between "key" and 
"scale " — a key is a family of related tones, consist- 
ing of a key-tone with six related tones and their 
replicates. A scale is the tones of a key arranged 
in successive order ascending or descending. The 
intervals (steps and half-steps) are indicated by the 
spaces. 

58. Any degree of pitch may be taken as the 
key-tone. 

59. One scale is chosen as the Stand- 
ard Scale from which all the others are 
reckoned. 

60. The particular degree of pitch 
which is taken as the key-tone of the 
Standard Scale is named C, Ray is D, 

Me is E, and so on. 

61. The correct pitch of this scale, 
for ordinary vocal purposes, may be H 
obtained Irom a C tuning fork, or one «t) 
of its tones may be fixed on the mem- § 
ory- P 

62. Any tone of the Standard Scale ^ 
may be taken as a. key-tone. « 

63. A scale or key is named from § 
the name of the pitch taken as the h 
key-tone. 

64. The different keys are indica- 
ted in the notation by the signature 
"key C," "key G," and so on. 

Note.— The pupils shouW learn to pitch 
the key-tone. Take C ' from the fork and 
sing down to the tone wanted, this tone 
the pupil will dwell upon a little and repeat 
to the syllable doh, and then sing the chord 
of DOH to oonflrm the key. 



d'— C 
t-B 

1-A 

s— G 



n- 



r— D 



d-0 



SS. KEY C. 

d :pi Is : m 



d' : s I n 









THIRD STEP, 




f 


:1 


d' 


:1 8 :t 


|r 


d' 


:1 


If 


:1 |d< :s 


It 



11 



I- 



SO. KEY A. 

d rn :d 



d :- :- 



(|d 



;1, f, 



C$0. KEY C. Round in four parts. 
(IS Id' :d' |r' :r' In' :m' jd' 



( If I bap -pi • nes3 has I not her home, And Icen-tre in the I breast, 



1 It :t 



d' :- 1- 



:f If :f 

ay be wise or 



in :s 

rich or 



C$1. KEY D. Kouud in two parts. 
ud :r :n if :— 

( I Who sows jfood I seed 



Id' :s |1 :f 
great; But I nev - er 



bear 



:d' 

with 



joy 



: — :s 

the 



fruit 
f 



bar 



|r 

can 



:r 

vest 



d :- 1- 
blest. 



d' :- 
loam, 



d 

lioine. 



:s 

Shall 



II 



3^i. KEY D. Hound in three parts. 

:d' .d' n .1 :s .: 

Hark ! how | pleas - ant, the 1 merry cbimiug | of the bells, 



Sweet - ly 



33. KEY E. 

n jd' :1 Is :n |d' :1 

Ik'Us are ringing, voices singing, 

Id :d Id :d Id :d jd :d 



- Is :- 

ver, — 

- Id :- 



f :f |n :n 

Come,then, friend & 

1, :1, Id :d 



s :n !s :n 

Happy, bap - pv 

d :d Id :d 

r :- Is :- 

neigh - bor, 

f :- Id :- 



r :f In :— 

liol - i - day ; 

t, :s, Id :— 
d' :d' |n :n 

Greet we now the 

d :d Id :d 



s : n 

I peal - ing. 

f :f |n :n 

Labor now is 

1, :1, Id :d 

s :s jd :— 

festive day. 

t, :s, !d :— 



For tunes suitable at this stage see Teacher'* Index. 



12 



THIED STEP. 



TIME. 



65. The Half-ptilse Silence is named SAA on 
the first half of the pulse and SAI on the second 
half, and is indicated by the blank space between 

Id . : .d 

\txaSAISAAtai 



the dot and the accent mark. 



66. A pulse divided into two quarters and a 

d,d.d : 

ta fa TAi 



half is named tafaTAi. 



67. A pulse divided into a half and two quar- 



ers is named TAAtefe. 



Id 

TAA 



.d ,d 

te fe 



68. A pulse divided into a three quarter pulse 
tone and a quarter is named TAAefe. _ 'A 

69. Syncopation i8 the anticipation of accent. 
It reqiiires an accent to be struck before its regu- 
larly recurring time, changing a weak pulse or 
weak part of a pulse into a strong one, and the 
immediately following strong pulse into a weak 



3-i. KEY D. Bound in two parts. 

d' .d' :di . 

I Mer - ry May, 



II 



d .d :d 

Mer - ry May, 



t .t 


:t 


mer-ry 


May, 


r .r 


:r 


mer - ry 


May, 



d' .t 


:1 


.3 


1 .t 


:d' 


How I 


love 


the 


mer - ry 


May 


m 


:rn 




f .f 


:n 


Yes, 


yes. 




mer - ry 


May. 



II 



3^. KEY F. Round in four parts. 
d .r :m .r id .t, :d 

All to - geth - er , | let us sing. 



@ 

PI .,f ;s .,f im .r :m 

We will make the j wel - kin ring 



II 



s ,s .s :s ,s .s IS ,s .3 :s 

Gentlemen, gentlemen, | gentlemen, sing, 



d ,d ,d :d .d Is, .s, ,S| :d 

Sing, ladies, sing, now I sing, ladies, sing. 



lICo 



30. KEY C. Bound in two parts. 
d' !d' :- .t 11 T :- .s 

Come now, O I come now, Or 



II 



m .PI :pi If .f :f .pi 

No, no, no, | no, no, no. And 

For tnnes saitable at this stage see Teacher's Index . 



f 


.PI 


:r 


.f 


PI 


we 


shall 


be 


too 


late; 


r 


.d' 


•_ 


•t 


d' 


you 


, too. 




must 


wait 



13 



FOURTH STEP. 



The Intervals if the scale. Transition to the First Sharp and First Flat keys. Chromatic tones. Si- 
lent quarter-pulse. Thirds of a pulse. 



THE MODULATOR. 



doh' 



; 


. 


te 


; 


m 


f 


ta 




le 




I^ 


la 


lah 

se 




, r 


r 


- 


soh 


- 


- d 




sa 


ba 


fe 


ti 


d - 


~ 


fah 




- 


t, - 


ma 


me 


re 


- 1, 


1, ' 


ra 


ray 


de 


" s, 


8| - 


- 


doh 


- 


- f. 






t, 




- m 


f, 










Pl| 

r, 


- 


1, 


- 


. d, 



70. The difference of pitch between any two tones is called 
an Interval. 

71. The intervals between the tones of the scale are com- 
monly known as Steps and Half-steps. 

72. The Half-steps occur between me and fah and te and doh; 
all the others are steps. 

Note. — The above is the commonly accepted doctrine of the scale-in- 
terviUa anil agrees with the tomperod-scale as Riven by the Piano or Or- 
gan. The Tonic Sol-fa theory of intervals, which is based upon tlie doc- 
tiiiio of just intonation, teaches that the steps between d r. f s, and 1 t 
ai c> Greater Steps; the steps between r m and s 1 are Smaller Stepg, and 
Ihiiso between m f and t d are TAttle Steps. The difference between a 
Greater and a Smaller step is called a Koinina; a Greater step cousistino; 
of nine kommas, a Smaller step of eight kommas and a Little step of 
five kommas. 

73. Intervals are also named Seconds, Thirds, Fourths, 

Fifths, etc. 

74. The interval from any tone to the next in the scale is 
called a Second; to the third tone a Third, and so on. 

75. A Second that is equal to a Step is called a Major Sec- 
ond. A Second that is equal to a half-step is called a Minor 
Second. 

76. A Major Third is equal to two steps; a Minor Third is 
eq-ual to a step and a half. 

77. The tones Te and Fah are separated by a peculiar inter- 
val, called theTri-tone — equal to three full Steps — the only one 
found in the Scale. Thus f and t become the most character- 
istic tones of the scale. 

78. From their mental effects t may be called the sharp tone 
of the scale, and f iheflat tone. 

79. The whole aspect of the scale changes when f is omitted 
and a new t put in its place, or when t is omitted and a new 
f is taken instead. 

80. During the course of a tune the music may pass into a 
different key from the one in which it begins. 

81. The "passing over" of the music into a different key 
is called Transition. 

82. Transition is produced by omitting certain tones from 
the old key, and using one or more new tones instead. 

83. The commonest form of transition is when soh is taken 
as the new doh. 



14 



FOURTH STEP. 



84. This transition is made by omlting fah and 

taking /e in its place. 

85. Thus/f becomes the distinguishing tone of the 
new key. It has the eflfect of a new te, and all the 
other tones change their mental effects accordingly. 

86. The new key is called the " Soh-key " or (on 
account of the sharp effect of its distinguishing 
tone), the First Sharp-key. 

87. Another common form of transition is when 
fah is taken as the new doh. 

88. This transition is made by omitting te and 
taking to in its place. 

89. Thus ta becomes the distinguishing tone of 
this new key, it has the effect of a uevf fah, and all 
the other tones change their mental effects to cor- 
respond. 

90. This new key is called the "Fah key," or 
(on account of the fiat effect of its distinguishing 
tone) the First Flat key. 

91. These transitions are called transitions of one 
remove because only one change is made in the 
pitch-tones used. 

92. When soh becomes doh the music is said to 
go into fhe first sharp key, or key of the Dominant. 

93. When fah becomes doh the music is said to 
go into the jirst fiat key, or key of the Sub-Domin- 
ant. 

Note. — Eighty per cent of all the transitions in mnsio 
are to one or the other of these two keys, and that to the 
Dominant is the one most used. Transitions of two, three 
and four removes rarely occur .^ simple music and need 
not he explained in this work. 

94. The tone on which the change is made from 
one key into another is called a Bridge-tone. 

95. Bridge-tones are indicated in the notation 
by double notes, called Bridge-notes, thus: sd, Ir, 
»n, (pronounced s' doh, 1' ray, t' me), the small note 
on the left giving the name of the tone in the old 
key and the large note its name in the new key. 



96. This is called the "proper" or "perfect" 

way of indicating transition. 

97. When the transition is very brief, less than 
two measures long, it is more convenient not to al- 
ter the names of the tones. 

98. This is called the "improper" or imperfect 
way of indicating transition. 

99. In addition to the bridge-note transition is 
indicated by the signature of the new key. 

100. The distinguishing tone of the new key is 
indicated in the signature by a small letter (t) on 
the nght for the first sharp key, and (f) on theleft 
for the first fiat key, thus — G. t., or f. F. — by this 
the singer is warned to expect a new te oinevf fah. 

101. The tones fe and ia are frequently intro- 
duced iu such a way as 7wt to produce transition. 

102. When thus used they are called chromatic 
tones. 

103. Chromatic tones may also be introduced 
between any two tones of the scale which form the 
interval of a Step. 

104. These intermediate tones are named from 
the scale-tone below by changing the vowel into 
"e" — as doh, de, ray, re, etc.; or from the scale - 
tone above by changing the vowel into "a" — as te 
ia, lah la, etc. 

Note.— The cnstomary prononnciation of the vowel "a" 
in America is "ay" as m "Bay," in England it is pro- 
nounced "aw." 

Eor further instructions with regard to pitching tunes, 
see "Keader," p. 79. 

105. The silent quarter-pulse is indicated like 
the other silences by a vacant space among the 
pulse divisions. It is named sa on the accented 
and se on the unaccented part of a pulse. 

106. Thirds of a pulse are indicated by commas 
turned to the right and named taataixee. 



The teacher will examine the " Eeader," page 78, for the best way of practicing these exercises. 
37^. KEY C. G. t f. C. 

Id :m Is :d' jt :1 |s :— |sd :d it, :d | pi :r |d :— jds :1 Is :in If 

:1 



FOURTH STEP. 

:$?^. Ki.v C. G. t. f. c. 

m :r Id :m Is :f I n :— hi, :t, id :n|r :r id :— Id3:3 11 :1 Is :f In 

31>. KEY C. G. t. f. C. 

d :r In :d If :m [r : - |rs, :!, Is, :d Id :t| Id :— Ids :r in :f In :r Id 

-to. KEY C. G. t. f, C. 

n :f IS :di Ir' .-d' It :— |tn :f In :r Id :t| Id :— Ha :d' Is :n ir :f |n 

I I I It :d' It :1 Is :fe Is :— I I | 

-il. KKY C. G. t. t C. 

s :f In :s Id' :t 11 :- |lr :n If :r Id :t, id :— Us :n If :r id :t, Id 



15 



1 :t |d' :1 Is :fe [a :— I 

~L*~i. KKY C. G. t. f. C. 

n :f Is :s 11 :t Id' :— Id'f :f m :d 11, :t, Id :— Ids :s If :f |n:r Id :— 

^ti. KKY C. G. t. f. C. 

d :n Is :n Ir :n If :— |fet,:d In :r Id tt. Id :— Ids id' 11 :f Ir :3 id :— il 

Kxtenileil TransitiDii to the tirst flat key seldom occurs, so that it is not necessary to give more than one or two 
examples of it. 

-i-t. KEY C. f. F. C. t 

s :f In :s Id' :t il :- |in :f In :r Id :t, Id :— |df :f In :s 11 :t id :— 

AS. KEY D. Chromatic fe. 

d :n Is :fe |s :f in :— In rs jfe :8 If :r |d :— 



16 



FOUETH — FIFTH STEP. 



46. 

:fe 



KEY F. 

f :pi 



t| :ta| 11, :t| 



4'7'. KEY C. Kound in two parts. 
staccato. 

d' :d' It .le :t l 



Trip. trip, 

PI .re : n 

stars so bright, 



fair - ies light, 



r 

Here 



:f I m .re : m 

la la la la, 



|1 

I Dane 

Id 

there, 

:1 

la 



:1 

ing 



Is .fe :s 

all the night, 

f :a 

La la 

t 
La 



I' 

I'Neath 

|r .de 

la la 



T. F. 
:f 

the 

:r 

la, 



4S. KEY C. Konnd in three parts. 



II 



d' :d' 

Ring, ring, 



birds are 



: t 4 ',r' Id' : s 

beautiful I chimes are 



Taataitee. 

Is 

ring 



ing, 



sing - mg, 



Per - fumes sweet buds 



For tunes suitable at this stage see Teacher' a Index. 



® 

m 

Sing, 



sing. 



s :d' 
broad are 



In 
sing. 

Id' 
fling 



T. F. S. 

:r<rn(f ) 

cheeiily J 



FIFTH STEP. 

The Modes. The Modern Minor. Expression. 



107. Thus far in our studies doh has been the 
key-tone or point of repose. 

108. Any tone of the scale may be made to pre- 
dominate in a tune so as to have the character of 
a key-tone and to give something of its own pecu- 
liar mental effect to the music. 

109. A mode of using the common scale which 
makes Ray the most prominent tone is called the 
Bay Mode. 

110. A mode which makes Ldh predominant is 
caUed the Lah Mode. 

111. Tunes in the Bay and Lah Modes have a 
sad, plaintive effect. 



112. Tunes in the Doh Mode are more or less 
bright and joyous. 

113. The Doh Mode, on account of its Major 
Third is called the Major Mode. 

114. The Bay and Lah Modes, having Minor 
Thirds are called Minor Modes. 

115. Of the minor modes, the Lah Mode is the 
one most used at the present day. 

116. To give Lah the importance of a key-tone 
modem harmony requires a leading tone (se) hav- 
ing the same relation to it that ie has to doh. 

117. Occasionly, also, another tone is intro- 
duced a full step below se, called hah (written 6a). 



FIFTH STEP. 



17 



1 1 S. Modulation is a claange of mode, as from 
miijor to minor, or minor to major. 

XOTK. — The word "modulation" rs commonly nsetl to 
ninaii change of key; in the Tonic Sol-fa method change 
of key is called Transition— change of mode, modulation. 



119. Transitional modulation is a change of 
both key and mode, as from the Doh key to the 
relative minor of the first flat key, or to the rela- 
tive minor of the first sharp key. 



-iO. KEY C. Ray is D. Ray Mode. 



'\ Their 



If :r 11 :f I pi :r 1 :1 Id' :1 |t :r' 11 

Iblood a - I bout Je - I ni - e» - llem, Like I wa - tor I thoy have jshed; 



1 And 



1 :di It :s \\ .-m 

them, When I they were I. slain ami 



S»0. KEY G. Ray is A. Ray Mode. 



(2. 



1, 


r :— 


If :r 




n :— 


|r 


:— 


.'Tis 


sweet 


to re - 


mem - 


- her 




. But 


now 


all are 


past. 


and 




r :- If 


:r 


m : — 


ir 


:1, 


pm-e is 


the 


foun 


tain 


of 


sweet 


yet 


how 


sa 


d, 


are 


the 



1, :r Id :r 

cherished scenes of 
dear ones have gone 



|r 



tn :d It, :1, 

childhood, Oh. how 
with them. Oh, how 



hap - pi - 

pen - sive thoughts they I bring. 



:d Ir 

they I bring. 



31. KF.Y C. Lah is A. Lah Mode. 
This tune may be sung in the Modern minor by singing Se in the place of every Soh. 

:1 11 :t Id :t 11 :1 ^ :d' Imi :r' 

My I friends thou I hast put I far from I me. And I hira that 

:d' jm' :r' Id' :t ll :1 \T :d' It :1 



j And I tho.se that I my 



quaintance I were, To 



t*,.: 



^%i. KEY A. Lah is Fit. Modern Minor. 
n, 11, :d |ti :1, Ise, :se, |1, :t, h 

r In :r Id :t| Id :t, |1, :se, l 



darkness 



Id 



d' :t 


d' 


did 7ne 


llove; 


1 :s 


1 


didat re - 


move. 



18 



FIFTH STEP. 



il 



53. KEY A. Lali is Ff. 
d :8, U, :t, Id :r |d :t, 11, :n, |ba, tse, II, :t, |1, 



l|d . 



Id :d It, :1, 11, :!, |se, :ba, Ise, : n, jl, :d it, :se, |1, 

See Teacher's Index for appropriate I 



EXPRESSION. 



The following table shows the names of the 
different degrees of power; the abbreviations and 
marks by which they are known, and their defini- 



tions. The teacher will explain these topics, as 
may be required, at convenient points in his 
course of lessons. 



Name. 


Pronounced. 


Marked. Meaning. 


Pianissimo - 


- Pe-ah-nissimo 


• pp Very Soft. 


Piano - - - 


- Pe-aA-no - - - 


-p Soft. 


Mezzo - - 


- Met-zo - - - 


- m Medium. 


Forte - - - 


- i^bwr-tay - - - 


-/ Loud. 


FOETISSIMO - 


- Four-iissimo - 


- // Very Loud. 


Crescendo - 


- Gve-shen-Ao - - 


- ores, or -< - - - Increase. 


Diminuendo 


■ Dim-in-oo-e?i-do 


- dim. or >^ - - Diminish. 


Swell - - - 


- ^==rr== 


— - Increase and Diminish. 


Sforzando - 


Sfort-zan-do - - 


- sf. or/z. or >- - Explosive. 


Leoato - - 


- "L&Y-gah-io - 


- Smooth, Connected. 


Staccato - 


Stack-fcaA-to - 


- » f 1 - Short, Detached. 



The Hold /t\> indicates that the tone is to be 
prolonged at the option of the leader. 



Da Capo, 
ginning. 



D. C, means repeat from the be- 



Dal Segno, or D. S., means repeat from the]'^ 
sign 'S.- 

Pine indicates the place to end after a D. 0. 
or D. S. 



Ket D. 



AUTUMN HYMN. 



19 



:d 


n :r Id :r 
d :1, Is, :t, 
Sabbath of the 
long the sun - set 
scenes each vis - ion 

8 :f Im :8 
d :f, Is, :8, 


m :— 
d :- 

year, 
skies, 
brings, 
8 :— 
d :- 


1- :m 

i- :d 
While 
Their 
Of 

|— :8 
1- :d 


s :s If 
d :d It, 

evening shades 
glo - ries meet 
beau - ty and 
s :s is 
PI :pi |r 


: R 
:d 

de - 
in 
do - 

:s 
:d 


m :— |r 


:d 

1. Sweet 

2. A - 

3. Thy 

m 
:d 


d :- It, 

cay, 

shade, 

cay, 

s :- 1- 
8, :- 1- 


:d 


r :pi 
t, :d 

part-iug 
like the 
vain and 

f :s 
f :ni 


If :s 
|r :ni 

steps me - 
things wo 
earth - ly 

Is :d' 
|r :d 


1 :t 
f :f 

thinks I 
fond - ly 
fad - ed 

d' :8 

f :r 


|d^ :1 

|P1 :f 

hear, Steal 

prize, Seem 

things,Too 

Is :di 
Id :d 


s :8 If 
PI ;pi Ir 

from the world 
love - lier as 
ex - quis - ito 

d' :di Is 
d :d It, 


:pi 
:d 
a - 
they 
to 
:s 
:d 


r :- Id 


:d 

Thy 
And 
Of 

:pi 
:d 


t, :- Id 

way. 
fade, 
stay. 

f " :- In 
s, :- Id 


KetD. 






DING DONG. 


L. 0. Emekson, by per. 


PI .n :n .d s .s :s .m r .r :m .r 

1. Hark, I hear the sweet bells ringing, liinging on the 
2.Ring ye bells your sweetest measure, How I love your 


d .m ;s 

evening air; 
tones to hear ; 


PI .m :pi .d 

Sweetest tho'ts to 
And my heart is 


s .8 :8 .m 

meiu'ry bringing, 
full of pleasure. 


r .r :s .s 

Ever joy - ous 
As they fall up - 


PI .8 :di 

fresh and fair, 
on my ear. 




Chorus. 

Id' :s m :d 

Ding dong, ding dong, 


s .8 :pi .d 

ding doug merry 


s :— 
bells; 


Is .8 :s .d' PI .m :ni 

1 Sing the strain, the old re - frain. 


.8 d .d :d .PI 

the song we lov'd in 


rn .r :r 

ear - ly time ; 


n .d,in:s 

Ruig merry bells, 


8 .PI ,8 :d' 

ring merry bells. 


d' .8 :m .8 d' .t :di 

ring, ring your sweetest chime. 


KeyD. 
d :d 

Great an 
lYeea an( 


1 
i 


m :n 

good is 
birds and 


8 :s 
God 01 
flow'rs d 


ir 
le- 


GREAT A 

d' :8 

Fa - thcr, 
clare Him 


\D GOOI 
d' :s 

Great an 
Great an 


). 

PI :— 
1 good, 
1 good, 


PI :s d :— 

great and good. 
great and good. 



20 Kez F. 



n :tt 
d :d 

1. Evening 

2. Now all 

3. Sleep till 



the 
tlie 



m 



EVENING IS FALLING. 



: m 
:d 



d 

fall - ing 
flow - era 
flow - era 
S :s 

d 



:d 



:d 
:d 

to 

have 
shall 

:rn 
:d 



t, :s, 
sleep in 
gone to 
o - - pen 

s :r 



:d 
:d 

the 
re ■ 
once 

rtn 



pose, 
more, 



s :— :— 



8 :r 

t, :t, 

Lull - ing 

AU the 

Sleep till 

r :s 

S| :S| 



:t, 

the 



Sweet 



Key C. 

d .d :n .n 

1. In the win - ter 

2. When the robin 
3.N0W our school-life 



s .8 :m .d 

school seems longer, 
school with pleasure 
haat-en hith - er, 



d :S| 
d :p1| 

gold - en 
per - fume 
lark in 

m :d 



d 

sle^p, 



:ni, 

bright 

cups 

the 

:d 



meadows 
grace - ful 
morn - ing 



"PP 



:t, 

:S| 

to 

ly 

shall 

:r 

:Si 



THE HAPPY SCHOLAR. 



8 .8 :m .d 

when it furies, 
chants his dit-ty, 
is a pleasure. 



m .m :s .s 

All the while the 
For it seems so 
And the way seems 



n .PI :s .8 

In the win - ter 
And the spring, sweet 
And we cheer it 



m .8 :d' 

cold wind blows ; 
ver - y near ; 
nev-er long; 



d :— :— 



S| 

rest, 
close, 
soar. 

in 



r :— 


:n 


d 


t, :- 
Sweet 
8 :— 


-ly 
:s 


d 

sleep 


8, :— 


:s, 


d 



:: : ) 



n .8 :d' 

when it snows ; 
spring is here ; 
with a song: 



d' .d' :8 .m 

All the while the 
For it seems so 
And the way seems 



d' .d' :8 .PI 

Then the way to 
Then we haste to 
With 8 weet smiles we 



s .8 :d 

cold wind blows, 
ver - y near, 
nev- er long. 



BE CONTENT. 



TvetG. 










s, .s, 


:8| 


■S| 


d .d 


:d 


tn, .m. 


:nii 


.n, 


s, .s, 


:s, 


1. Be con 


• tent with 


what you 


have. 


2. Do not 


think 


your 


fate is 


liai<l 


3. Try to 


do 


some 


act of 


love. 


d .d 


:d 


.d 


PI .n 


: n 


d .d 


:d 


.d 


d .d 


:d 



:d 



.t, 



t, .t, :d 
Life at best is 
Cheerless like De 
Try some heart to 



d 

shad 
cem 

slad 



21 



E. P. A. 



den; 
:pi 
:d 



ri| .Hi :n| .ni| 


S, .S| 


:S| 


Seek the sun - shine 


while it 


lasts 


Some one's lot is 


hard - er 


yet, 


While that heart you're 


cheering 


up, 


d .d :d .d 


PI .PI 


:tn 



t, .t, :d .t, 


t, 


:d 


Ere its light is 


fad - 


ed. 


Al - ways that re - 


mem - 


- ber. 


Your's will nev - er 


sad 


- lion. 



Chorus, Repeat. 
r .r :r 

t, .t| :t, 
Be con - tent. 



PI .ni : PI ,Pi 

d .d :d .d 

bo con - tent, The 

s .s :s .s 

d .d :d .d 



t| .t, :t, .t, 

skies will brighten 

s .3 :r .r 



d 

o'er 



you; 

d 



pii .pii :p1| .pIi 

Be con - tent with 

d .d :d .d 



d .d :d .d 

s, .S| :s, .S| 
what you have, There's 

PI .PI : m .m 



t| t, 

brighter 



m .r 

d .t, 

days be 



t| 
fore 



:d 
:d 

yon. 



22 



Key G. 



THE MELLOW HORN. 



L. O. Emerson, by per. 



: nil 
l.How 

2. A - 

3. Witl 
:d 

:d 



^ Borne 
But 

)And 

:d 
:d 



m :r 


Id :s, 


PI :r 


Id :d 




r 


:r Id :r 




pi :— 


1 — 


s, :S| 


1 ^\ ■ mi 


S| :s, 


•In, :pi, 


S| 


:S| |S| :S| 


s, :— 


1 


sweet to 


hear, when 


i-inging 


clear, At 


eve 


or ear - ly 


mom; 




lone (loth , float the 


cuckoo p 


note, Oer 


fields of -wav - ing 


com; 




flowers 


sweet, the 


gay re 


- treat. Kind 


na 


ture doth a - 


dom; 




d :t, 


Id :d 


d :t, 


id :d 


t, 


:t, Id :t, 


d :- 


1- 


d :s, 


Id :d 


•d :s, 


Id :d 


S| 


:s, |pi| :S| 


d :- 


1- 


rn :r 


|d :s, 


m :r 


Id :m 


s :— 


1- :ni 


s 


. 1 


:pi 


s, :s, 


\m, rn. 


s, :S| 


in, :S| 


d :- 


1— :S| 


d 


. 1 


:d 


on the breeze thro' | 


rustling 


trees, TIic 


mel 


- - low, 


mel 


. 


low 


sweeter 


still, o'er 


vale and hill Re - 


sounds 


the 


mel 


. 


low 


oft we 


come, when 


la - bo.-s . 


one. To 


hear 


the 


mel 


. 


low 


d :t, 


Id :d 


d :t, 


id :d 


PI :— 


I- :d 


m 


:— |— 


:d 


d :s, 


|d :d 


d :s, 


Id :d 


d 


:— 


1- :d 


d 


:— |— 


:d 



t, 

horn, 

r 






:d 


Pi : 


:d 


d :- 


the 


mel 


:pi 


s :- 


:d 


d :- 






:d 


PI 


:- 1 


:S| 


d 


:- i- 


low. 


mel 


- - 


:n 


S 


:- 1- 


:d 


s, 


:- 1- 



:t| 

low 



horn. 
PI 



I- 



Mrs. Mary MAa?ES Dodge, by per. 
Key G. 



BYE, BABY, BYE. 



Hubert P. Main, by per. 



Si 


:1, .s, 


d .r 


:pi .S 


1 .s 


:s .PI 


PI ,r .d 


:1, .S, 


l.Bve, 

2. Bye, 

3. Bye, 


ba - by, 
ba -by, 
ba -by, 


day is 
birds are 
mother 


o - ver, 
sleep-ing ; 
loves thee ; 


Bees are 
One by 
Lo\'ing 


droning 
one the 
ten - der 


in the 
stars are 
care en - 


clo - ver, / 
peep- ing; C 
folds thee; ) 


d .,r 


:pi .pi 


r 


:- 


S| .s, 


:1, .s, 


d .r 


:pi .8 


Bye, 
Bye, 
Bye, 


ba - by, 
ba - by, 
ba - by. 


bye! 
bye! 
bye! 




Now the 
In the 
An - gels 


sun to 
far - off 
in thy 


bed is 
sky they 
dreams ca 


glid - ing, / 

twin -kle, f 

- ress thee; ) 


1 .S 


:s .PI 


PI ,r .d 


:1, .s, 


d 


:d .PI ,r. 


d 


•~ • It 


All the 
\Vhilethe 
Thro' the 


pret-ty 
cows come 
darkness 


flow'rsare hid - ing, 
tin - kle, tin - kle, 
guard and bless thee. 


Bye, 
Bye, 
Bye, 


ba - by, 
ba - by, 
ba - by. 


bye. 
bye. 
bye. 


1 



Copyright. 1876, by Biglow & Main. 



Key G. 



DON'T STOP THERE. 



23 



.s, 

l.As 
'2.Som( 
1 3. Our 

,n 
.d 



m .m :r .r 

d .d :t, .t| 

ou the path of 

i - die hub - it, 

fel - low trav - 'lors 



PI .m 
d .d 



.r 



.t, 

if not care - ful, 
make U8 stum - ble 
when they reach some 
s .s :s .s 
d .d :s, .S| 



m .r 


:d 


.r 


d .t, 


:d 


•t, 


life we 


tread 


We 


word, or 


tho't, 


Some 


ou the 


road, 


We'll 


S .S 


:s 


.S 


d .S, 


: m| 


•S| 



m .r :d .r 

d .t| :d .t, 

we may fall, And 

in the path. And 

dang'roua spot, We'll 

s .s :s .s 

d .s, :Ri .Si 



n .m :f .m 
d .d :r .d 

come to many a 
sin, how - ev - er 
watch with anxious 
S .S :s .S 
d .d :t, .d 



PI .3 :n .r 

d .d :d .t, 

sink in - to dis - 

stumblinj?, we may 
warn them, "don't stop 

s .m :s .f 

d .d :s, .s, 



E. 


P. Andrews. 


r 


:- 


•d 


t, 

place, 
small, 
care ; 




.S| 
Where 
May 
And 


S 


:- 


• PI 


Si 


:- 


.d 


d 


._ 




d 


:- 


, 


grace 

fall. 

there. 






m 


:- 


. 


d 


:- 


. 



r .r : r 

t, .t, :t, 
Don't stop there, 



d .d :d 

Don't stop there, 

S .s :s 

d .d :d 



d 

Don't 


:8, 
stop 


n 


:r 



:s, 



there. 

n 



11 



M. C. S. 
Ket F, 



1. Why, 

2. Zz, 



lit - tie 
hear him 



fly, 

buzz, 



WHY, LITTLE FLY. 



:n .PI 

tell me 
did you 



why you sit 
know that is 



there 
the 



n .f 

like a 
way he 



T. F.sS. 



drone, 
sings t 



II 



S 

Why, 
Zz, 



:pi .n 

lit - tie 
this he 



fly, 

does 



are you 
with his 



f .f :r .r Id .pi 

left by all your I friends a 



:d 

- lone? 
tie I rainbow wings; 



r .r :r .r 

Don't you know the 
Spiders have their 



S :P1 .PI 

hie, lit - tie 

Ut - Ue 



hie, 



r .n 


:f .r 


PI .PI 


:pi .pi 


winter's 


cold will 


soon the 


bus • y 


ta - ble 


spread, and 


snug-ly 


make their 


S 


:n .PI 


f .f 


:r .r 


fly 


to some 


warmer 


nook or 


fly. 


do not 


en - ter 


there or 



.PI 



n .f 

earth en - fold, Then ^ 
nice warm bed, But ) 

d .PI :d 

you will die. 
you will die. 



24 


t Kev. W. 0. 


Gushing. FAIR IS THE MORNING LAND 








Key Bb. 














HuBEUT P. Main, hy pe 


, 


s, rm, 


•fi 


s, .d :d 


PI 


:d 


.1| 


Si 


: — 


S| 


: m, .f, 


/ 


n, :d, 


•ri 


Hi .n, :m| 


S| 


:s, 


.fi 


Dl 


: — 


ni, 


:d, .r, 


\ 


1. Fair is 


the 


morning land, 


Bright 


is 


the 


shore; 




Where 


all the 


/ 


2. There in 


the 


morning land. 


Sweet - 


ly 


they 


sing; 




Je - - 


sus its 


) 


3. There in 


the 


morning land. 


AU, 


aU 


is 


fair: 




This 


is the 


f 


d :s, 


•S| 


d .s, :s, 


d 


:d 


.d 


d 


: — 


d 


:S| .S, 




d, :d, 


.d, 


d, .d, :d, 


d, 


:ni, 


•f, 


d, 


: — 


d, 


:d, .d, 














F. t. Choeus. 






/ 


s, .d :d 




r :m .,r 


d 


: — 




rs 


:n .f 


s .,1 


:s 


( 


Hi .ni| : ni| 




f. :s, .,fi 


m. 


: — 




s.d 


:d .d 


d .,d 


:d 


\ 


saints of God 




Dwell ev - er - 


more. 














1 


glo - ry is, 




Je - - BUS our 


King. 






Come 


to the 


shining 


land; 


) 


joy they feel, 




Je - - sus is 


there. 
















d .s, :S| 




t, :t, .,t, 


d 


: — 




t,n 


:s .1 


n .,f 


:pi 


\ 


d| .d| :d| 




S| :S| .,S| 


d, 


: — 




s.d 


:d .d 


d .,d 


:d 



r 


:m .,f 


t, 

Come, 
S 


:d .,r 

come a - 
:s .,S 


S| 


:s, .,S| 



d 

way; 



d 

Come 

m 



:d .d 

with the 

:s .1 

:d .d 



s .,1 :s 
d .,d :d 

an - gel band, 

PI .,f :pi 
d .,d :d 



m .,n :f .r \ 
d .,d :r .t, / 

Beaiiti - fill as ^ 



fill as 
.f 



jds, :- 


S| 


:pi. 


•fi 


ds, 


PI, 


:d, 


•ri 


they 


Come, 


lit 


tie 


mt, :- 


d 


:s. 


•S| 


ds, :- 


d. 


:d. 


•d, 



s, .d ;d 
PI, .PI, :pi, 

children, come, 
d .S| :S| 

d, .d, :d. 



PI .,r :d .1, 
s, .,s, :1| .f, 

Hear the angels 

d .,d :d .d 
d, .,ni| :f| -fi 



PI, 

say; 

d 



f, 

Come 

d 
f. 



d .1, 

1, .f, 

to the 

d .d 

f, .f, 



s, .d 
PI, .PI, 

shining 

d .s, 



land, 

:d 



d, .d, :d. 



r :1| .t, 

f, :f, .f, 

Come, come a - - 

t| :r .r 

S| :s, .s. 



PI, 
way. 

d 

d| 



Copyright, i88o, by Biglow & Main. 



S. C. B. 
Kkv G. 



PI : — :m in : — :m 
dT^:d Id :-:d 
out, boys, look 
one who tells a 
children, if you'd 

d :— :d Id :- :d 



• l.LooU 
I2.TI1C 
3. Now. 
:d 

1| :— 



many a wrong you 
make it seem quite 
nev - ei" bn tor- 

d :- :d Id :- :d 



n : — : rn I m : — :pi 
d :— :d |d :— :d 
if you'd climb the 
thus they keep in - 
have a name far 

d :— :d |d :— :d 



NEVER TELL A LIE 

-:— IS :— :S| 



n :— 
out, 
false 
pros 
d :-; 



— |Pi :— :s, 
gills. There's 
hood To 
per, And 

-Id :— :p1| 



1, :-:l, 11, :-:l, 
f, :-:f, If, :— :f, 

many a foo to 

comrade, friend or 
keep your conscionco 

fi :— :f, If, :— :f, 



T. F. Sewakd. 25 
d :d :-!-:_ :1, 
1,1, :-|-:-:^ 

shun, There's' 

brother, To 

clear. And 

f, :f, :-|-:-:f, 



a :— :r |m :— :n 
rn,:— :f, |s, :— :d 

must a - void, And 
truth - ful. Will 
ment - - ed With 

d :— :d Id :— :d 



PI : — : PI I PI : — : s, 

hOl of fame. So 
creas - ing. In 

bet - - ter Than 

m. 



;d Id 



f :— :f |n ;:— :pi 
r ;- :r |d :- :d 

vie - 'try to bo 

of - ten tell an - 
self - ac - ens - ing 

t, :-:t. Id :- :d 

1, :-:l, II, :- :1, 
f, :- :f. If, :- :f, 

glo - rious and so 
col - or, shape, or 
sil - vcr or than 

f, :-:f. If, :- :f, 



r :r 

t, :t. 



won ; 
other : 
fear. 



d : 

li : 
high, 

.size, 
gold, 






I- 



1, :- 


:s. 


|s, :— :s. 


f, :- 


:pi. 


|n, :— :p1| 


on 


its 


sum - mit 


soon 


an 


ug - -ly 


close 


to 


truth's pure 


d :- 


:d 


Id :- :d 



d :— :r | pi :— :f 

write your name, Why 
crew they are. This 
gar - - - ments, And 

d :— :d |d :— :f, 



nev - 
com ■ 
don't 



pa 
re ■ 
s, :— :s. 



Girls. 

r.i 
;d 

lA 



r : — 
r :— 

white 



Boys. 
' t, 

t, 



|r 


:-:d 


|r 


:-:d 


lie. 


a 


1 


: :— 



AIL 
:s 

:t, 

No 

:Si 



t| :t, :- 
matter. 



jr :- 

If. :- 
tell 
ny 
lease 
Is, :- 

|r : 
It, :■ 

'tis 

Is, :- 



:r 
[:f. 

a 

of 

your 

:s, 

■:f 
■ :r 

the 



d :- 

PI, :- 

lie. 
lies, 
hold 

d, 



: — :s. 

And 
And 
And 

:— :d 

:— :1, 
:— :f. 

And 
Till 
Cling 

:-:f, 

- I-: 
-I- : 






PI : — 
d :— 






r :— :r |r :- :d 

t, :— :t, !t| :— rl, 

a lie my 

:s. Is, :— :s, 



lie's 



t, :— :d |r :— :f 

s, :- :1, |t| :— :r 

boys and girls, What- 

s, :— :S| |S| : — :; 



PI :— 


:pi 


|r 


:— 


:r 


d :- 


:— 


1- : 




d :- 


:d 


it. 


:— 


:t. 


d :- 


:— 


|— : 




ev 


er 


be 




its 


name. 








s, :— 


:s, 


Is, 


:— 


:s. 


d, :- 


:— 


1- : 





26 T. B. AiDEiOH. 
Key F. 



IN THE OLD CHURCH TOWER. 



.d.r 

:d .d 

il.Inthe 
^S.Iuthe 
\3. lu the 
/4. In the 

:m.f 
\:d .d 



Im rtn .r 

Id :t, .t| 



n :m 
d :d 

old church tower hau^s the 
okl church tower hangs the 
ohl church tower hangs the 
okl church tower hangs the 



d :d Is, 



:s .f 

:s, .s, 



d :- 1- :d.d 

d :S| .S| |d :d .d 

bell; hangs thebell. And a- 
bell ; You can 

bell ; Deep and 

bell ; A quaint 

n :— |— im.m 
d :— I— :d.d 



E. P. Andeews. 



r :r jd :r 

t, ;t, Id :t| 

bove it on the 

hear its gieat heart 

sol - emn, hark, a - 
friend that seems to 

s :s |s :s 

s, :f, In, :s, 



m 

d :- 

vane, 



gain, 
know 



- I- 



,:d .d 
:d .d 

I In the 
/Ah, so 
•< Ah, what 
/a11 our 

:tn .m 
:d ,d 



jd :r 

Id :t, 

and the 

loud, and mild, and 

pas - sion and what 

joy, and all our 

s :s |s :s 

s, :f, |m, :s, 



PI :— 
d :- 

rain, 
sweet, 
pain, 
woe; 



j— :m.Pi 
I— :d .d 

Cut in 

As the 

With her 

It is 



d :- I- 



s :s |s :in 
R :n in :d 

gold St. Pe - ter 
par - son says his 
hands up - on her 
glad when we are 



tn :- I- 

stands. 



prayer, 
breast, 



1: PI .PI 
:d .d 
With the 

/ O - ver 
jSomepoor 
/it is 



:m 
:d 

hia 

hap - py lev - era 
soul has gone to 
sad when we are 



n : PI |m 

two keys in 



t, :- 

hands, 

there, 

rest, 

dead, 



:d 


PI 


:— 


1- 


:r 


d 


:d 


d 


:— 


1— 


_rt, 


d 


And 


all 






is 


well 


And 


all 






is 


well 


And 


all 






is 


well 


And 


all 


is 


well. 


is 


well 


:pi 


S 


:— 


I— 


:f 


PI 


:d 


d 


:S| 


Id 


:S| 


d, 


BiGLOW 


&M 


AIN. 









:- I- 
:- i- 



:- I- 
:- I- 



Key D. 




EVENING HYMN. 


Daniei 


s :-.f jpi.f :s .1 


s :- 


- If 


. 


f :- .n |r .m :f .s 


PI :— 


m :- .r jd .r :n .f 

Daylijjht from the sky has 
Flow'rs amid the calm of 
Babes their trustful eyelids 


n :- 

fad 
ev 
clos 


- Ir 

- ed, 
-en, 

- ing, 




r :- .d It, .d :r .t, 

Shadows fall on land and 

Lift their heads refreshed with 
Slum - ber on their mother's 


d :- 

sea; 
dew; 

breast ; 


d' :-.d'|s .s :d'.d' 


1 :- 


- |1 


:— 


s :-.s |s .s :s .s 


s :— 


d :-.d Id .d :d .d 


de :- 


- lir 


:— 


S| :-.S| |S|.s,:S|.S| 


d :- 



:- I- 



EVENING HYMN. Concluded. 



27 



s :-.f Im.f :s .1 


8 :— 


11 


tn :-.r |d .r :m.f 

Ere in sleep our eyes are 
Weary hearts look up to 
Lit-tle birds In peace re- 

d' :-.d'|s .s :di.d' 


PI :— 
sliad - 
heav - 
pos - - 

d' :- 


|m 

ed, 
en, 

• ing 

Id' 


d :-.d Id .d :d.d 


d :- 


11. 



f :-.n ir .n :f .s 
r :-.d|t| .d :r .t, 
Take not tliou thy lij;ht a- 
Thus wethirst lorthee,0 
Whith - er shall thy children 

s :-.s |s .3 :s .s 
S| :-.s, |S| .s, :S| .s, 

s :-.f im.f :s .1 
n :-.r |d .r :ri .f 

Fathei, let thy presence 
Cleanse and pardon and re- 
Thou wilt watch while in thy 

d' :-.d' Is .s :d' .d' 
d :-.d Id .d :d .d 



In 



r :— Id 

way, 
Lord ! 
flee, 

S .— I- 
s, :1| .t| I d 



s :n' 


|r' 


'3 


:t .1 


m :s 


If 


:f 


cheer 
store 
keep 

d' :- 


|1 


us, 

us, 

:r'.d 



t :- .d' It .1 :s .fe 
r :- ,r |r .r :r .d 

Lord, we raise our hearts to 
There to find their strc-n^th a 
Un-derparentwin<j;s Hiul 

s :-.l Is .di:t .1 
r :- .r |r .r :r .r 



d :— If :f 



CVe.s- ------ 

r :-.de jr .m :f .fe 
1, :-.l| 11, .1, :r .d 

Fair-er than the lij^lit of 
Let thy grace on us bo 
Heavenly Father, but to 
1 :-.s If .1 :1 .1 
f :-.ni lr.de:r .r 



s :-.l |t .d' :r .n 
n :-.f If .PI :r'.d 

Darkness flies whefi thou art 
Shed the dew of blessing 
Calm and peaceful we nn- 

d' :-.d' |s .s :1 .s 
d :-.d Ir.n :f .rn 




Key Bk. 
m .d :m .d 

1. Ripple, ripple 
2. Carol carol, 
Blossonijblossom, 



t| .r :S| 

little brook, 
bonny bird, 
lovely flowr's, 



RIPPLE, LITTLE BROOK 
m .d :pi .d 

All your pleasant 



On the bough so 
Pink and purple. 



t| .r :S| 

way along, 
blithe and free; 
white and blue, 



S| .S 
Rocky dell and 
Sweetest voice I 
In your winsome 



T. F. Sewaed. 
1, .1, t, .t| :d 



simny 

ever heard, 

liiddenbow'rs; 



ll 



r .r :r .d t. 

How I love your 
Sing your gladdest 
I have loved and 



nier - ry 
notes to 
watched for 



song. 

me. 

you. 



PI .d :m .d 

Ril>ple, ripple, 
Carol, carol, 
Blossom, blossom, 



t| .r :S| 

little brook ; 
bonny bird, 
lovely flowers, 



PI .d :pi .d 

I will listen 
Voice of song with' 
In the sunshi 



r\ 



t, .r :s, 

I will look ; 

out a -word ; 

in the show'rs. 



s, .s, :1, .1, 

I will lis - ten, 
Voice of song with 
In the sunshine. 



t, .t| :d .f 

I will look, () 
out a word, O 
in the show'rs, O 



PI .n :r .r 

ripple lit - tie 
carol, bonny 
blossom, love-ly 



d 

brook. 

bird. 

flow'rs. 



28 



MOUNTAINEER'S SONG. 



Key C. 
d 

1. Oh, 

2. Up 
I 8. Oil 

:d' 
:d 



in :n 

we are 



:di 

:s 



mer - ry 
ris - ing ■with the 
who would leave the 

s :d' Id' :d' 
d :d Id :m 



rU':t_j Is :s 
f :f In :s 

mountain-eers, And 
ear - ly morn, We 
mountain's brow,The 

1 :r|^'|di :d' 
f :f Id :n 



sj :t^di|r' 
f :f.n|f 



have no vex - ing 
wind the mel - low 
scenes so bright and 

t.d':r'.di|t :r' 



E. P. Andbews. 

d' :- 
n :— 

cares ; 
horn; 
fair] 

d' :— 
d :— 



:s 


d' :s |m' :d' 


r'.d':t .1 Is 


:s 


s.lct.d'lr' :t 


d' 


:n 


n :n js :s 


f :f In 


:s 


f :f .n If :f 


n 


We 


dwell be-neath the 


dark, blue sky, 


'Mid 


scenes that nev - er 


die. 


Then 


with the shepherd - 


maid-ens fair. 


We 


to the fields re - 


pair. 


No 


life in towns how - 


ev - er great. 


Can 


with our homes com - 


pare. 


:d' 


s :di Id' :di 


1 :r'.d'|d' 


:d' 


t.d'cri.d'lt :r' 


d' 


:d 


d :d |d :n 


f :f Id 


:n 


s :s |s :s 


d 



Chokus. 
:d'.t 



:d.r 



lau| 


: 1 
;h and joke, 


:n .r 

we 


n :f |s 

laugh and jok 




: 1 


:di'.t 


d' :r' In 


n 


:s Id' 




: 1 



:d'.t 



:d .r 



: 1 
dance and sing, 


:n .r 

we 


n :f 

dance and 


: 1 


:d'.t 


d' :r' 


n : s Id' 


: 


: 



r'.n' 


f :n' |r' :d' 


t :1 


Is :s 


sj :t_^'|r' 


:t 


d' .— 


s 


s :s If :n 


s :f 


|n :s 


f :f_jTi|f 


:f 


n :— 


And 


make with mirth the 


wel-Mn 


ring. And 


make the wel - 


kin 


ring. 


t .d' 


r' :d' It :d' 


d' :d' 


Id' :d' 


t^':r^d'|t 


:r' 


d' :- 


S 


s :s Is :1 


n :f 

Copyright 


Id :n 

, l8Sz, BY BiGLO 


s :s js 

w &. Main. 


:s 


d .- 



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Key 

':s, 
:mi 

M. A 
)2. He 
'3. A 
:d, 



JOSEPH REE. 



29 



S| :ni :fi |S| :■ 
n, :d| .Ti |ni| :• 

right merry chap 
ceases not long 
gay lit - tie spouse 

Id, :- 



d, :d. 



rn 



s, :s, 

Jo - - seph Ece, 
ca - rol his song 
Joseph I ween, 

d, :d, :d, |d, 



d :~ :d .d 

m, : — :pi, .pi. 

He 

Till the 
For his 

:d, .d. 



T. F. Seward. 
r :r :r |r :d rt, 
f, :f, :f, If, :f, :f, 

revels at morn in the 
close of the bright sun - ny 
sweet lit 
S, : S. 



the bright sun - ny ( 
tie wile and her \ 

s, |s, :s, :s, ) 



d :- 

PI) :— 

dew, 
day, 
brood 



:- f- 
:- I- 



:in. 

He 
But 
Are 



I- :- :d, 



s, :ni, :t, |s, :s, :d 

n, :d| rr, |rn, rm, :ni 

sings from the bough of some 

■wlustles and flut - ters the 

not 80 far off in the 



d, :d, :d, |d. 



:d. 



m : — :r 
s, :- :f, 

swing - ing 
flow'rs a - 
May-grass so 

d, :— :d, 



Id :— :d .d 
In, : — :R,.Fn| 

tree, While hel 
mong, While he/ 
green, But theyl 



Id, 



:d, .d, 



r :r :r |r :r :r 

s, :s, :s, jfe, :s, :1, 

seems to be say - ing to 

catches the in - cense of 

hear what he boasts from the 



ta 2X3 ita |r. 



:ri 



r :- 

t, :- 
vou: 
May: 
wood ; 



:- h 



g, :_ :_ |_ :_ 



Joe 
Joe 
Joe 



d :— 

n, :— 

Reel 
Kee! 
Ree! 



: n I d :— :s, .s, 

:s, |n, :— :s, .s, 1 

Joe Ree ! I've a f 

Joe Reel Just / 

Joe Ree! While V 

: I : :s, .,s, / 



s, :s, :s. Is, 


:— 


:r 


t, 


— :r It, :— :s, .s. 


S, rs, 


:s. 


Is, :— :s, .8, 




s, :s, :s. Is, 


:- :fi 


ri 


- :f, |r, :- :s, .s. 


s, :s. 


:s. 


Is, :— :s, .8 1 j 


wife do you see, 
list - en to me, 
I'm in this tree, 


Joe 
Joe 
Joe 


Ree! 
Ree! 
Ree! 


Joe Ree! I've a 
Joe Ree ! Juat 
Joe Ree! While 


wife do 
list - en 
I'm in 


you 

to 

this 


see. Such a) / 
me. My ( 
tree. There's j 


s, :s, :s. Is, 


• — '• 




■ 1 •' •S|..-.Si 


s, :s. 


:s, 


Is, :— :s, .s,/ 

1 


d :— :— Im, :— 


:^ 


s, :— 


• 


|-:-:s,.s, 


f :f :f If :n 


:r 


d :- :- I- : 




d :— :— |m, :— 


:f. 


s, :— 


:— 


1— :— :s,.S| 


s, :s, :S| Is, :s, 


:f. 


m, :- :- |- : 




dear lit - ■ 
dear lit - - 
noth ing 


tie 
tie 
to 


wife, 
wife 
fear, 




But that's 

Tastes the 

There's 


nothing, that's nothing 
sweetness, the sweetness 
nothing to fear in 


to 
of 

the 


.you. 
May. 
wood. 


, 


d :- :- Im, :- 


:fi 


s, :— 


:— 


I— :— :S| .s, 


3, :s, :s, |s, :s. 


:s. 


d. :-:-!-: 


















/ 


0- thJ' >'^ 





\ ^f^^VERsiTY 



30 



COME, MAY, 



KbtEJz. 



:n 


s :n Id :d' 


d' :- 


- 11 :1 


s :m |r :s 


m :— 


:d 


PI :d Id :d 


d :- 


- If :f 


m :d It, :t, 


d :- 


l.Come, 


May, thou love - ly 


lin - 


- g'rer. And 


deck the groves a - 


gain, 


2. True, 


wiu - ter days have 


ma - 


- ny. And 


many a dear de - 


light ; 


3. But 


oh, when comes the 


sea - 


- son. For 


mer - ry birds to 


sing. 


:s 


d' :s |m :s 


1 :- 


- Id' :d' 


d' :s Is :s 


s :— 


:d 


d :d |d :m 


f :- 


- If :f 


d :d |s, :s, 


d :- 



E. P. Andbews. 



:n 
:d 

And 
Wo 
How ' 



1- :d 



s :m 


Id :d' 


d' :- 


11 


:1 


n :d 


Id :d 


d :- 


If 


:f 


let thy 


sil - v'ry 


stream 


- lets 


Me 


frol - ic 


in the 


snow - 


drifts 


And 


sweet to 


roam the 


mead - 


ows, 


And 


d' :s 


|m :s 


1 :- 


Id' 


:d' 


d :d 


Id :n 


f :- 


If 


:f 



f :s Im :f 


m :— 


|r , 


:s 


r :t, Id :r 


d :- 


It, 


:t, 


long once more to 


gath - 


- er 


The 


round the fire we 


clus 


ter. 


Nor 


come, sweet May, and 


bring 


us 
1 


The 



s :d' It :1 

m :pi |r :d 

an - der thro' the 

then, on win - ter 
drink the breeze of 

d' :d' Is :fe 

d :1, |r :r 



r :t, Id :d 

flow-' rets fresh and 
heed the whist - tling 
flow -'rets fresh and) 



t, :- 

plain, 
night, 
spring. 



r :- 
t| :- 

fair; 
storm ; 
fair; 



;; ) 

We / 

A - V 



Then 



:d 

Sweet 
When 
We 



s :m 


Id 


:d' 


d' :- 11 


:1 


s :d' In :r 


d :- 


n :d 


Id 


:d 


d :- If 


:f 


m :d Id :t. 


d :- 


May, once 


more 


to 


wan - - der, 


And 


breathe the balm - y 


air. 


aU with 


out 


is 


drear - - y, 


Our 


hearts are bright and 


warm. 


long once 


more 


to 


wan - - der, 


And 


breathe the balm - y 


air. 


d' :s 


|m 


:s 


1 :- Id' 


:d' 


d' :s Is :s_^f 


m :— 


d :d 


Id 


:n 


f :- If 

Copyright, 


:f 

i382, BY Big 


d :pi |s :s, 

LOW & Main. 


d :- 



I- 



I- 



W. A. Bdtleb. 
Key Eb. 



SOIVIEBODY. 



8 .S 

:n .m 

1 1. There's a 
;2. Oar 
h. It 18 
4. Now 

d .d 



PI :m rn |n :n :rn 

meddlesome " Somebod - y " 
young folks at home, at all 
"Somebody" breaks all the 
if those hijjh crimes of "Some 

d :d :d |d :d :d 



go - ing a - bout, 
seasons and times, 
pitchers and plates, 
bod - y" don't cease, 

f, :f, :f, If, :- :f| .f, 



:1 .1 

:f .f 

And 

Are re 

And 

We 



T. F. Sewabd, by per. 31 

s :1 :8 Is :f :n 
m :f :m |m :r :d 

playing his pranks but -we 
hearsing the long roll of 
hides the boys' knives andruns 
must summon iu the do - 

s, :s, :s, |s, :s, :S| 



Id :- 

Id :- 



can't lind him out; 
" Somebody's" crimes; 
off with their slates; 
tec - tive po - lice ; 
Si :si :si id :— 



:m 

He's 
Or, 
And 
And 

:d 



up stairs 
fast as 
turns on 



:s |s :s :s 
:n |m :u\ :s 

and down stairs from 



heir feet or their 
the wa - ter, and 
they, in their wis - dom, at 
d :d :d |d :d :d 



il.l 
f.f 



morning till night, And I 

tongues can well run, Come toj 
tumbles the beds, And 
once -nnll make known The 
f, :f, :f, If, :- :f,.f, 



s :1 :s |s :f : m 

R : f : m | m : r : d 

al - ways in mis - chief, but 

tell the last deed the sly 

steals all the pins and melts 

cul - prit be - longs to no 

s, :s, :S| |s, :S| :s. 



s :1 :t Id' :— :d 

song or in tale, Are 

knife, "one will say; And 

thump of a head. An - 

all, to be true, The 



r :Fn :r |d :— 

t, :t, :t, Id :— 1 

nev - er in sight. 12 

mischief has done; 3 

all the dolls' heads. 4, 

house but our own. 

s, :s, :s, !d :— 



All the voices in unison. 



The 
'"Tis 
One 
Then 



d :r :m |f rs :1 

rogues I have read of, in 
' Somebody's ' gone with my 
night the dull sound like the 
should it turn out, af - ter 



PI If :s :1 



caught at the end and con] 
"Somebody's' carried my 
nounced that one youngster was 
young folks of our house are 



s :1 :t Id' :— 
ducted to jail. 
pen-cU a - way." ^■ 
out of his bed. ~- 
"Somebody" too. •^* 
4. 
Chorus. 



:s 
:pi 

But 
And 
And 
How 
Oh! 

;d 



i' :d' :d' 
PI :pi :m 

'Somebody's' 
'Soniobody's 
said, half a- 
queer it would 
' Somebod V,' 

d :d :d 



,!t :t :t 
r :r :r 

, tracks are all 
gone & thrown 
sleep when ask'd 
work if we 
Somebod - y,' 
X :r :r 



d' :di :d' |1-:— :1 
d :d :d Id :— :f 

covered so well. He 

down all the blocks;" And 
what it meant, " 'Some- 

saw them all go Marched 
who will lind out t I'm 

PI :pi :pi If :— :f 



s :1 :s |s :f 
PI :f :n |P1 :r 

never has seen the 
"'Somebody' ate all 
bod-y' is push-ing 
off to 



:d 



the 
me 
the sta - tion - house, 
sure we can catch hitn. he's 
3 :s :3 |S| :s, :s. 



D. S. for Chorus. 

r :n :r |d :— 

t, :t, :t, |d :— 

side of a cell, 

cakes in the box!" 

out of the tent." 

six in a row! 

always a - bout. 

s, :s, :S| |d — 



32 



Key E|2. 

n :pi 
d :d 



Id :d .d 

l.Sweetly chimes thro' the 
2. Sweetly sound - ing a - 

s :s |n :n.rn 
d :d Id :d .d 



SWEETLY CHIMES THE BELL. 



f :f In :m .m 
r :r |d :d .d 

Bells so clear, and the 
Hear the tones of the 

s :s |s :s .s 

s, :si Is, :si .s, 



1 :s 


|n 


d :d 


Id 


evening 


air. 


long the 


deU 


f :n 


Is 


d :d 


Id 



•I. J. 
r 



•Tklley, by per. 
: s Is :— 



sky so 
evening 



It, 

fair. 

beU. 

Is 



::) 



m :n |S :s .s 

d :d Id :d.d 

Calls the wea - ry from 

Rest from la - bor its 

s :s |n :m .m 

d :d Id :d .d 



n 



i :s in 

d :d Id :d 

toU and care, The 

numbers tell. Its 

f :s |s :s 

d :d Id :d 



r :t 
t| :r 

wea - ry 
chiming 

s :s 



It :1 
|r :d 

from their 
uum - bers 

Is :fe 



ti 

care; 
tell; 






t :t It :1 .t 
r :r |r :f .f 

Cheerful smiles wait the 
Loud - er now o'er the 

s :s Is :s .s 



It, 

home. 



a' : m 
n :d 

trav'ler 

hill and bay, 

s :s {s 
d :d is. 



t :t It :1 .t 
r :r |r :f .f 

Glad hejM-ts bound as his 
Come the tones of its 
s :s |s :s .s 

S| t S| I S| ' S| .S| 



tt' : n I s 

n :d It, 

footsteps come : 

morning lay, 

s :s |s 



:| 



Is, 



R :n |s 


:s .s 


1 :s 


|n :— 


r :f.f|n 


:r 


d 


d :d Id 


:d.d 


d :d 


Id :ta, 


1, :r.r |d 


:t, 


d 


Rest is sweet 


to the 


wea - ry 


soul, 


Rest to the wea 


- ry 


soul. 


Bounding joy 


ous, it 


seems to 


say. 


" Hail to the new 


-born 


day. 


s :s |n 


:n.n 


f :n 


Is :- 


f :1.1 Is 


:s .f 


n 


d :d Id 


:d.d 


d :d 


Id :- 


f :f.f|s 


:S| 


d 



KetG. 
d :d :d 

I. Beautiful 
This blissful 
3. His tender 
:4.Helple.ss& 



n :n :n 

Come ye to 
Our God can 

Our barns are 

In- to his 



BLESSED RAIN. 



:d 



drops of 
thought ye 
love doth 
weak, we 



s :— :n 

bless our 
ne'er for - 
tilled with 
shelt'ring 



S| :— :s, 


d :-:- 


d :d :d 


n :— :n 


s :— :s 


n :— 


bless - ed 
bring to 
nev"- er 
children. 


rain, 
me, 

wane. « 
call, 


Tapping a - 
From distant 
He sends the 
On our dear 


gainst my 
mounts, and 
ear - ly, 
Fa - ther, 


win - dow 
far, blue 
and late 
bless - ing 


pane; 
sea, 
rain; 
all; 


d :— :n 


s :-:- 


d :d :d 


n :-:d 


S| :— :S| 


d :- 


earth a - 
get - fill 
gold - en 
arms we 


if'' 

grain, 
fall. 


Beautiful 
This blissful 
His tender 
Helpless & 


drops of 
thought ve 
love doth 
weak, we 


bless - ed 
bring to 
nev - er 
chil - dren 


rain? 
me. 
wane, 
call. 



KeyG. 

From the "Chautumiuan.' 

1:s, d :— :d |d :r :n 
rm, n,:— :pi||ni:f| rs, 
l.Tbe Sim gets up iu the 
2.Tlie sun gets up iu the 
[:d d :- :d |d :d :d 
\:d d :- :d |d :d :d 



AWAKEI 



r :-:-|d 

fi :-:-|n 

morn - - in 
morn - - iii^ 

t, :— :— Id :— : PI 
s, :-:-|d :-:d 



■ :d 
:d 

Aud 
Aud 



r :— :r |r 

t| :— :t, It 

lifta 

80 must cbil - drcu 

s :— :s |s :— :s 

S| :— : s, I s, ;— : S| 



his state 



E. P. Andkews. 
PJ :- :- I- :- : 
d :- :- I- :- : 

head ; 
too ; 



33 



s :s :s IS : — : n 

d :d :d |d :— :d 
Open your eyes, my 
How d:iro you keep so 
PI : PI : PI I R : — : s 
d :d :d |d :— :d 



s :— :s |r :— :f 

t, :— :t| |t, :— :r 

nioou is ver - • y 
all the buds aud 

r :— :r |s :— :s 



f :— :pi |r :— :d 

r :— :d It, :— :1, 
sleep - y sides, The 
fast a - sleep, The 
s :— :s Is :— :pi 



Is, :— :d 



;r |! 



:fe 



:s, Is, :— :S| 



PI :n :— |- 
d :d :- |- 

timid, 
blossoms 

s :s : — |- 
d :d 



:d 

She 
Your 

— : — :s 

— :— :d 



S| :— :t, |t, :— :1, 
sun is out of 

sun is call - - iug 

r :— :s Ir :— :r 
r :— :r [r :— :r 

f :-:f is :— :pi 
r :— :r |pi :— :d 

daro not meet the 
mer - ry voio - - es 

s :— :s |s :— :m 



t| :— 
bed; 
you ! 

r : — 

s, :— 



t, :— :— 

sun, 



:t| 
The 
'Mid 

:r 



- :t 

With 
With 

- :s 

:si 



m 


— :d If 


— :r 


s :- :d 11 


:- :1 


s :pi :d |pi :— 


:r 


d :- 


d 


- :d it, 


:- :t. 


d :- :d Id 


:- :d 


d :d :s, |s, :— 


:fi 


PI, :— 


oh, 


heigh-ho, 


the 


stars must go. 


And 


hide themselves one 


by 


one. 


ah. 


hurrah ! 


how 


glad wo are, 


We 


have a bright sun 


to 


])raise. 


S 


— : PI |s 


— :s 


s :- :s If 


:— :f 


PI :s :pi |d :— 


:t, 


d :— 


d 


- :d |r 


— :r 


PI :— :pi |f 

Copyright 


:- :f, 

18S2, BY B 


S| :s, :s, Is, :— 

GLOW &, Main. 


:s, 


d, :- 



Key G. 



ROUND AND ROUND. 



c 


R .d :r .t| 


d :- .d 


PI .d :r .t. 


d 


:- .d 


r .r :r .r 


PI .s :s .PI 

rolling wheel That . 


\ 


l.UoiiudS: round it 


goes ! As 


fast as wa - ter 


flows; 


The 


dripping.dropping 


i 


2.Turning all the 


day, It 


never stops to 


phiy, 


The 


dropping, dropping 


rolling wheel; But 
flashing wheel That 


( 


S.SparklingintUe 


sun. The 


merry wa • ters run. 


Up. 


on the foaming. 


; r .r :r .r 

J nirns the noisy, 


PI .s :s 


8 .8 :r .r 


PI 


. 


PI .d :r .t. 


d :- 


dusly luill ; 


Ki>uiid&.ioniidit 


goes, 




Koundi round it 


;;oc8. 


. keeps on grinding 


golden meal. 


Turning all tlie 


day. 




Turning all tlie 


day. 


( 


laughs aluud, but 


worketh still ; 


Sparkling iu the 


sun, 




Sparkling ip the 


sun. 



3^ 


: Maet a. Lathbtjet. 

Key F. 
s :— :— In :— : 


s :— 


BOAT SONG. 

:— |r :— : |s :1 :s |f : m :r 


T. F, Seward. 
d :-:pi Is :- :- 


1 


d :- :- Id :- : 


t, :- 


:- It, :- : 


n :f :n |r :d :t. 


d :— :d |d :— :— 




1. Float - mg, 
■2. Float - ing, 
3. Float - ing, 
B.C. Float -i7>g, 


float 
float 
float 
flout 


- - ing, 

■ - mg, 

■ - ing, 


Gai - ly sing - ing 
Thi-o' the shad - ows 
See the moon a - 
Gai ■ ly sing - ing 


as we row, 
soft and deep, 
bove the lake, 
as we roiv, 


1 


m :— :— |s :— : 


s :— 


:— |s :— : 


s :— :s Is :- :f 


PI :— :s |P1 :— :— 




d :- :- Id :- : 


s, :— 


:- Is, :- : 


s, :— :s, |s, :— :s. 


d :-:d |d :- :- 




s :— :— 1 PI :— : 


s :— 


:- |r :- : 


s :1 :s |f :pi :r 


Fns 
d :- :- 1- :- : 




d :-:- Id :-: 


t, :- 


:- It, :- : 


n :f :pi |r :d rt. 


d :- :- 1- :_ : 


1 
< 
1 


Rock - - ing. 
Rock - - ing. 
Rock - - iug. 
Hock - - ing, 


rock 
rock 
rock 
rock 


- - ing. 

- - ing, 

- - ing, 


In the Sim - set 
With the waves to 
In her sil - Tcr 
In the sun - set. 


glow, 
sleep, 
wake. 

gloiv. 




PI :— :— |s :— : 


s :— 


:— -s : — : 


s :-:s Is :- :f 


m :- :- |- :- : 


\ 


d :-:- Id :-: 


s, :~ 


;- Is, :- : 


s, :— :s. Is, :— rs. 


d :- :- 1- :- : 




d :-:- |1 :-: 


s ' - 


:-|Pi :- : 


s :— :r |r : m :f 


PI :- :r |d :- : 


( 


1, :-:- Id :-: 


d :- 


:- Id :- : 


t, :-:t, It, :d :r 


d :-:t. Id :- : 


j 


Soft - ly 
Dav is 
Drift - ing, 


steal 
end 
drift 


- - ing, 

- - mg. 

- - ing 


O'er the wa - ters 
Star - ry eyes a - 
From the shad - ow - 


far a -way; 
bove us beam; 
haunt -ed land; 


1 


f :- :- If :- : 


PI :— 


:- Is :- : 


s :— :s Is :— :s 


s :— :f |n :— ; 


^ 


f, :-:- If, :-: 


d :— 


:- Id :- : 


s, :— :s. Is, :— :s. 


d :-:d Id :- : 






C. t. 


, 


d :-:-|l :-: 


s :— 


:-|m :- : 


rs :— :s |s :1 :t 


d' :— :di |ri : pi' :r' 


1 


1, :-:- Id :-: 


d :— 


:- Id :- : 


tiPi :— :pi |f :— :f 


PI :— : PI 1 f :— : f 




Bells are 
All hearts 
Drift - - iug, 


peal - 

blend 

drift 


• ing 

- -ing 

- - ing 


For the dy - - ing 
In a hap - py 
In - to fair - - y 


day, the dy - - ing 
dream, a hap - py 
laud, to fair - y 


/ 


f :— :— |f :— : 


PI :— 


:- Is :- : 


sdi:-:d' |ri :- :r' 


d' :-:d' It :- :t 




f, :-:-|f, :-: 


d :- 
f. F. - 


:- Id :- : 


rs :— :s |s :— :s 


d :— :d \s :— :s 

- - — .mtard. D 



d' :— :d' |r' :pi' :r' 
PI :— :m |f^^ :f 

day, the dy - -ing 
dream, a hap - py 
laud, to fair - - y 

d':— :di |t :— :t 
d :— :d |s :— :s 



d's:- 


:— 1— :— :— 


— :— :- 


- I— :— :— 


— :— 


nit, :— 


. 1 d : :— 


r :— :- 


_ M : : 


t, :- 


day, 

dream, 

laud, 

is :— 


the 

a 

to 

:_ 1 p, :_ :_ 


dy - 

hap 

fair 

f :— :- 


ing 

py 

y 


day. 

dream. 

land. 

r :— 




:-|s, :-:- 


S| :— :- 


- Is, :- :- 


s, :— 



BY BiGLOw & Main. 



SCORED SELECTIOlsrS. 



35 



Key G. 



JESUS IS MINE. 



E. P. Andbews. 



n :d .r |n .f :in 
S| rm, .f| lS| .1, :S| 

1. Fade, fade eacli earthly joy; 
'2. Tempt uot my soul a - way; 
3. Farewell mortal - i - ty ; 

d :d .d Id .d :d 
d :d .d Id .d :d 



r 


:d 


.r |m 


f, 


:ni, 


.S| Is, 


Je 


BUS 


is mine. 


Jo 


8U8 


is mine. 


Je 


sua 


ia mine. 


t, 


:d 


•t, Id 


S| 


:1, 


.s, jd 



n :d .r In .f :pi 

s, :in| .f, |s, .1, :S| 

Break every tender tie; 
Here would I ev - er stay; 
Wei - come, e - ter - ni - ty; 

d :d .d jd .d :d 
d :d .d Id .d :d 



r :n 


.r 


Id 


:— 




r 


:r .m 


If .rn :r 




tn 


:tn .f \ 


li :s, 


.fi 


Im, 


: — 




S| 


:s, .s. 


•|s, .s, :s. 




S| 


:s, .s, 1 


.lo - - sus 


is 


mine. 






Dark 


is the 


wil - dcrucss. 




Earth 


has no [ 


Jo - - sus 


is 


mine. 






Per - 


isli - inji 


things of clay. 




Born 


but for ) 


Je - - sua 


is 


mine. 






Wei - 


come, O 


loved and blest, 




Wei - 


come, sweet ( 


d :d 


•t, 


Id 


:— 




t, 


:t, .d 


|r .d :t, 




d 


:d .r \ 


f, :s, 


•S| 


Id, 


:— 




S| 


:s, .s. 


Is, .s, :s, 




d 


:d .d / 


s .f :m 






s 


:s 


.s 


If .tn 


:r 




d :rn 


.r 


Id 


^_ 


s, .s, :s 






s, 


:s. 


.S| 


11. .s, 


:fi 




n, :s. 


.fi 


itn. 


: 


reat-ing place, 




Je - 


sua 


a - 


lone can 


bless, 




Je - - sus 


is 


mine. 




one brief day, 






Pass 


from 


my 


heart a 


way. 




Jo - - sus 


is 


mine. 




scenes of rest, 






Wei - 


come, 


my 


Saviour's 


breast, 




Je - - sus 


is 


mine. 




m .r :d 






d 


:d 


.d 


Id .d 


:t. 




d :d 


•t. 


Id 


:— 


d .d :d 






Pll 


:p1| 


.R, 


If, .d. 


:s. 




1, :s, 


.s. 


Id, 


:— 



Key a. 



JESUS, MEEK AND GENTLE. 



F. L. KOBERTSHAW. 



tn :r |d :t 

s, :f, Im, :s, 

1. Jc-sus, meek and 

J. Lead us on our 

d :t. Id :d 

d :s, II, : m. 



1, :- 


- |r 


fi :- 


- Ife, 


gen - 


- -tie, 


jour 


- ney 


d :- 


- |r 



s, :in. If, :f, 

Son of God most 

Be . Thy - self the 

t, :d |r ;t, 



:3i 



s, :- I- 

in, :- 1- 

High, 
way, 

d :- I- 

d :- I- 



JESUS, MEEK AND GENTLE. Concluded. 



PI :r |d 
s, :t, 11, 

Pitying, lev 
Thro' ter - res 

d :f |m 

d :s, II, 



ing 
trial 



li :- 
f :— 

Sav 
dark 

d :— 



|r 
Ife, 

lour, 

ness 

Ir 



d :t| Hi :t, 

s, :f, If, :f, 

Hear Thy cbil - dren 

To ce - les - tial 

PI :r |r :r 

S| ;s, Is, :si 



cry. 
day. 

d 



I- 



I- 



Give us ho - ly 

Je - sus, meek and 

r :pi |f :pi 

Si :Si I Si :d 



f :— 

S| :— 
free 
gen 

r :— 
t, :— 



dom, 
tie, 



d :r 

S| :t. 
Fill our 
Son of 

d :s 

Fli 'Si 



|P1 :f 

Id :d 

hearts with 
God most 

Is :f 
Id :1, 



s :— 


1- 


:f 


t, :- 


|d 


:r 




High; 


r :— 


Is 


: — 


s :— 


11. 


:t. 



n :r 


Id 


:t, 


Ij '~ 


- ir :- 


d :t, |1, :t, 


d 


d :t, 

Draw us, 
Pity-ing, 

s :f 


Id 

ho - 
lov - 
|P1 


:S| 
ly 

ing 

:r 


fi :- 
Je 

Sav - 

d :- 


- Ife, :- 

sus, 
iour 

- Ir :- 


s :f, If, :f, 

To the realms a - 
Hear Thy chil - dren's 

PI :r jr :r 


PI, 

hove. 

cry. 

d 


d :s, 


Hi 


:m, 


f. :- 


- |r, :- 


s, :s, Is, :s, 


d, : 



I- 



j. m. scuddeb. 
Key a. 



SING, MY SOUL. 



:d.,r 

:Pi,.,f, 

1 There's a 
In that 
I If to 

:d .,d 
:d .,d 



PI :n .,f |n ; d .r 

s, :s, .,l,|s, :M"i 

land that is fair and 

land is a gold - en 
Je - sus we're faith-ful 

d :d .,d!d :d 

d :d .,d|d :d 



n 


:- .f |Pi 


:ni .,r 
' :s, .,f| 

Half its 


s. 


:- .1, Is, 


gold 


- - en, 


cit 


- - y. 


With its 


ev 


- - er, 


We shall 


d 


:- id 


:d .,t, 


d 


.— Id 


:d .,s, 



d :d .,d|r :r .,d 
n, :p1| .,pi,|f, :fe, .,fe 

beauties will nev-er be 
walls built of costli -est 
see all these glories un 

d :1, .,1, |1, :1 .,r 
1, :1, .,1, |r, :r, .,r. 



E. P. And^ws. 


t, :- 1- 


s, :- 1- 

told; 
stone ; 
- told, 

r :— |— 


s, :- 1- 



SING, MY SOUL. Concluded. 



37 



:d .,r 

:ri,,f, 

I In its 

iVuiijIit on 
lAndsliall 

:d .,d 
:d .,d 



tn :m.,f|ni :d .r 


R 


-.f In 


S| :S|.,1||S| .:ni|.f| 

grandeur aud glo - ry 


foUl 


- - eu, 



earth compare with its 
gaze ou their God-liUo 

d :d.,dld :d 
d :d..d|d :d 



n.,f 

:S| .,S| 
I so 
beau - - ty, With that 
Rjileu - dor, Which oiii 

d :- Id :d .,t 
d :- |d :d|.,r 



s :d .,r Im :(n .,r d :— 

S| :ni|.,f||S| :s, .,f, m, :— 

long this fair land to be- hold, 
fair, goldeji heavenly throne. 

"earth-sight" can iiev - er be- hold. 

d :d.,did :t, .,t, d :- 
nil :1, .,1| |s, :S| .,s, d, :— 



I- 



i:Si .,86, 
'III that 



d :— 

1, :- 



d :d .,r 

1, :1, .,1, 

and so fair aud 

:ni.,rn|ni : 



:1,.,1,|1, 
In that laud, 



PI :n 



:pi .,v 



se, :se| ] — :se|.,&ei 

golden, 'Tis the 

:pi .,m \p\ .,pi : 
:pii.,Pi|iPi|.,Pi|: 

fair and gohlen, 



d :- |-.,d:d.,de 

1, :- 1-.,1, :l,..s, 

sto - ry sweet and 

:pi .,m!pi.,pi : 

'Tis the story, 



r :r |— 
fi :fi I- 

old - en, 

:f .,f |r .,r 

:r,.,r,|r,..r, 

sweet and olden, 



:r.,d 
:f,.,f , 

'Tis the 

:r.,r 

:ri.,r. 



t| .,t|:d.,r In :n .,r 

S| .,s,:S|.,S||S| :S| .,f| 

theme of angel bands, In thost 

r .,r :d.,ti|d :d.,t| 
S| .,f|:n|.,rild| :d.,Si 



d. 

n, 


,d :r .,nif :n.,f 

,n|:S|.,S||l| :S|.,S| 

y— t'olden lands. Sing my 

,d:t|.,did :d.,t| 
,1. :s,,d|f. :d,.,r, 


s :d 

S| :n| 


In 

Is, 


glo 

d 
1, 


soul, 

d :- 

n, :1, 


sino 

Id 
Is, 



d : 

n, : 

rnen. 

d : 



Key A\i. Lab is F. 
d 
1, 



CLAY TO CLAY. 



n :r 
li :se| 
l.Clay to 
■J.Nev-er 
3. In the 

d :n 

1, :t, 



n 
1, 

clay and 
more shall 
grave we 

n :d 
d :L 



r :d 

1, :1| 

dust to 
midnight's 
lay thee 

f :n 
f, :1, 



se, :— 

dust, 

damp, 

low, 

n :— 

n, :— 



n 



d 

li :1, 

Let them 
Dark-en 
Sleep the 

n :d 

1, :li 



f :r 

1, :1, 

min-gle, 
round this 
sleep we 

d :d 

fi :f, 



E. P. Andeews. 
d :r 
1, :1, 

for they 



nior - tal 
all must 

d :1, 
f, :f. 



n :— 

se, :— 
must. 



lamp ; 
know ; 

t, :- 
n, :— 



n 
1, 

(jive 
Xev ■ 
And 

d 
1, 



d :n 
1, :1, 

earth tlie 
more shall 
wak - ing 

n :d 

d :1, 



r :d 
t, -.1, 

earth-ly 
noon-day 
from thy 

n :n 
se, :1; 



f :- 

1, :- 
clod, 
glance 
rest, 

r : 



n :r 


d :r 


d :t. 


1| : 


1, rse. 


1, :li 


1, :se, 


1, :■ 


For the 


spir - it 


is with 


God. 


Kiss the 


mor - tal 


coun - te 


nance. 


Mav we 


meet thee 


with the 


blest. 


d rt, 


1, :f 


n :r 


d :- 


n, : n. 


f, :r, 


n, :n; 


li :- 



38 Old Elizabethan Carol. 




CHRIS 


>TMAS 


CAROL. 








Key Ei2. 










M 


i«s T. D. 


LOCKWOOD. 


/ :m 


n :1 |1 :s 


s :— 


Im 


:tn 


r :r |f 


:f 


m :— 


1- :m 


:d 


d :n |n :r 


R :— 


Id 


:d 


r :r |r 


:r 


t, :- 


1- :t, 


\l. As 


Jo - seph was a 


walk - 


-ing, 


He 


heard an an - 


gel 


sing, 


This 


)2. He 


neith-er shall be 


rock - 


- ed 


In 


sil - ver nor 


in 


gold, 


But 


\3. He 


neith-er shall be 


cloth - 


ed 


In 


pur - pie nor 


in 


pall. 


But 


U. As 


Jo - seph was a 


walk - 


- ing. 


Thus 


did the an 


- gel 


sing, 


And 


I '^ 


s :d' Id' :s 


s :— 


Is 


:s 


1 :1 11 


:1 


se :— 


1— :se 


\:d 


d :1, 11, :t, 


d :- 


Id 


:d 


f :f |r 


:r 


rn :— 


|— :ri 



t. Bl7. 



f. Eb. 



m :1 |1 :d' 

d :d Id :m 

night shall be the 

in the wood - en 

in the fair white 

Ma - ry's son at 

1 :m In :1 

1, :1, II. :li 



In :nil| 
|t| :t:rti 



t :— 

PI : — I LI ." i-ii 

birth - night Of 

man - - ger That 

lin - - en That 

mid - - night Was 

s : — |s :sd 

PI :— |pi :"li 



d :t|J[| |ti :pi 
li :p1| |se, :se, 

Christ our heavenly 

li - eth in the 

us - ed ba - bies 

born to be our 

PI :r .d |t| :t| 
Pii : Pii |P1| : Pi| 



1, :- 1- 


- :lP) 


1, :- 1- 


- :lm 


King. 


His 


mold. 


He 


all. 


His 


King. 


Then 


d :- h 


- :i.m 


1. :- 1- 


- :lR 



f :s 


It 


:1 


s 


:- 


- |pi :pi 




1 


:d' 


It 


:se 


1 : 


- 1— 


:1 


t, :t, If 

birth-place shall 
nei - ther shall 
birth-place shall 
be you glad, 
s :s |s 


:f 

be 
be 
be 
good 

:t 


PI :- 

nei - 
wash 
nei - 
peo - 

d' :- 


- Id :d 

- ther In 

- en With 

- ther In 

- pie. At 

- |s :s 


d :pi |pi 

houses nor 
white wine nor 
houses nor 
this time of 

1 :1 |se 


:pi .r 

in 
with 

in 

the 
:t 


d :- 

hall, 
red, 
hall, 
year, 




:d 

Nor 
But 
Nor 
And 

:1 


r :r 


Is, 


:S| 


d :- 


- Id :d 




1. :1. 


im 


:pi 


1. : 


1 


:1, 


1 :1 


Id' 


:1 




s 


:-.n Id 


:pi 


s 


:f .m 


ir •: 


s 


d :- 


r 


d :d 


id 


:f 




PI 


:-.d Id 


:d 


PI 


:r.d 


It, : 


t, 


d :- 


I- 


in the 
with the 
in the 
light you 

1 :1 


plac€ 
fair 
place 
up 

|1 


of 

sprii 
of 
youi 

:d' 


g 


Par 
wa 
Par 
can 
d' 


- a-dise, 

ter 

- a - dise, 
- dies, 

:-.s iPi 


But 
That 
But 
For 

:s 


in 
on 
in 
his 

s 


the 
you 
the 
star 

:s 


ox - € 

shall 
ox - ( 
shin- ( 

Is : 


n s 
be 
m's 
th 
f 


staU. 
shed, 
stall, 
clear. 

n :— 


•1- 


f. :f. 


If. 


:f. 




d 


:-.d Id 


:d 


s. 


:s, 


Is, : 


s, 


d . :- 


(— 












Copyright, 1882. b 


Y Big 


LOW & Main. 











Rev. J. D. Wilson. 
Key Bk. 

S| :pi :r id :t 


:d 
- .-m, 

our 
no 
oh 
in 


. BRIGHTLY BREAKS. 

r :1, :t, |d :- :- 

f, :- :f, In, :- :- 

Chri.st - mas moru, 
crown of thorn, 
ran - somed earth, 
bond - age lying, 


F. L. ROBEHTSHAW. 39 

s, :1, ;s. It, :d :r 


m, :— :m| In, :- 

1. Bright - ly breaks 
,'. On his head 
3. Lift thy voice, 
1. Zi - on, long 


tn, :- :m, |f, :- :f, \ 

Night and sad - - uesa / 
t)n his face no ( 
Glad - ly tell of ) 
Cap - - tive and for ( 


s, :— :s, is, :— :S| 
d, :- :d. Id, :- :d, 


s, :— :S| 
s, :— :s, 


is, :- :- 
Id, :- :- 


Si :— :S| Is, :1, :t, ) 
d, :— :d, is, :- : s, ' 


d :t| :1, Is, :— :— 


d :- :d 


11, :- :1, 


r :- :t it, :d :r \ 


fe, :— :fe, |s, :— :— 


m, :f, :s, 


if, :- :f, 


fe, :s, :1, |s, :— :8, J 


now are gone, 
sor - row worn, 
Je - bus' bii'th. 
res - cue crying, 

d :- :d It, :- :- 


Uu - to 
Not yet his 
Morn - ing 
Cease thy 

d :- :d 


us a 
sa - cred 
stars re - 
tears, with- 

d :- :d 


child is born, / 
bod - y torn, I 
peat your mirth. / 
hold thy sigh - - ing, I 

r :- :r |r :- :t, j 


r, :- :r, is, :— :— 


d| :r, :ri. 


If, :-' :f, 


r, :ni, :fe, |s, :— :s, / 


n :— :— 1 m :— :— 


tn : — : — 


? :- :- 


m :— : PI in :— : m \ 


s, :- :- |1, :- :- 

(ilad we • 
Comes the 
.\8 of 
Break thy 


se, :- :- 


_s, :- :- 


S| :— :S| Ise, :— ise, J 


sing ; 


See the sky with / 
Cher - ubs, pause ye I 
He by whom our ' 


Lord; 


old; 


chains; 


From thy walls the I 


d :- :- Id :- :- 


t, :- :- 


— :— :— 


d :- :d ir :- :r ) 


d :- :- 11, :- :- 


R, :— :— 


r, :— :— 


d, :— :d |t, :— :t, ' 


PI :— :r Id :— : 


f :-: 


f If :- :f 


f :":m ir : 




s :— :f im :— :r 


1, :-:se,|l, :- : 

glo - ry riven, 
in yoii'r flight, 
i-ace is freed, 
foe is hurl'd, 

d :-:t, 11, :-: 


1, : : 

Back tl 
Fold yo 
He wh 
Be thj 

r :— : 


1, 11, :- :1a, 

e hosts of 
ir wings, ye 
ose mer - its 
ban - - ners 

r |r :— :r 


s, :- :s, Is, : 

hell are drive 
ser - aphs brig 
man may pleti 
wide uu - lurl 

r :-:d jt, : 


n, 

ht, 
»1, 
id, 


ta,:-:l, is, :- :t, \ 

Un - to us a / 

God descends from ( 
He is come, the / 
Tell it to an \ 

d .— :d id :- :f ) 


1, :-:ni, f, :- : 

d :-:t, 11, :-:f 
1, :- :se, il, :- :1, 

Son is giv - - en, 
hcav - en's height, Th'iu- 
l>rom -ised seed, 
.a - ger world, 

m :— :r |d :— :d 


r :-: 

rn :— :- 

s, :— :- 

Christ 
car 
Long 
Je 

d :-: 


r ir :- :d 


t| :— :d is, : 

r :- :- i- : 
f, :- :- H : 

nate 
fore 
sus 

d:-:- It, : 


— '• — 


n, :— :f, is, :— :se. 

King. 

told! * 

reigns. 


- 1- :- :- 


- - 


1, :-:rn, jf, :- :r, 


s, :— :- 


- 1- :- :- 


s, :— :— 1— : 


— :— 


d, :-:-!- :- :- 



COPyRlGHT, 1882, BY BiGLOW & MaIN. 



40 



ALWAYS CHEERFUL. 



KetEIz. 








Rev. E 


. Lownr, by pei 


n :n |pi 


:s 


s :fjnlf 


:r 


r :r |r .n :f .s 


1 


:s |s :— 


d :d In 


:n 


n :r .d |r 


:t, 


t, :t, |£d rfTm 


f 


: n 1 n :— 


1. Let our hearts 


be 


al - ways cheer 


-ful; 


Why should murm'ring 


en - 


ter there, 


2. With his gen - 


tie 


hand to lead 


us, 


Should the powers of 


sin 


as - sail, 


3. When we turn 


a - 


side from du - 


tj, 


Comes the pain of 


do- 


ing wrong; 


d. Oh! the good 


are 


al - ways hap - 


VJ, 


And their path is 


ev - 


er bright ; 


s :s js 


:d' 


d' :s Is 


:s 


s :s Is :t 


d' 


:d' Id' :— 


d :d Id 


:d 


d :d Is, 


:s, 


s, :s, Is, :s. 


d 


:d Id :- 



n :n |n :s 


s :f.n|f 


:r 


r.n :f .3 |1 :s 


d :- 


d :d Id :n 


n :r.d ir 


:t, 


t,.d:r.nlf :t, 


d :— 


When our kind and 


lov - lug Fa - 


ther 


Makes us children of his 


care! 


He has prom - ised 


grace to help 


us, 


Never can his promise 


fail. 


And a shad - ow 


creep-iug o'er 


us. 


Checks theraptureof our 


song. 


Let us heed the 


bless - ed coun - 


sel, 


Shun the wrong & love the 


right. 


s :s is :d' 


d' :s Is 


:s 


s.s :s.s |s :3 


PI :— 


d :d Id :d 


d :d Is, 


:s, 


s,.s, :s,.s, Is, :s, 


d :- 



I- 



I- 



1 :1 jKt :d|_J 

f :f |f\s :l_^f 

Al - ways cheer - ful, 

d' :d' Id' :d' 

f :f If :f 



s :s |3 :pi 
n :n |n :d 

al - ways cheer - ful I 

d' :d' Id' :s 
d :d Id :d 



r :r |r .m :f .s 

t, :t, it|_^d :r.n 

Sunshine all a - 

s :s |s :t 

s, :s. Is, :S| 



f :n jn 

round we see ; 

d' :d' Id' 

d :d Id 



1 :1 


|1 .t :d' .1 


s :s 


Is 


:n 


r.n :f .s |1 :s 


d 


f :f 


If .s :1 .f 


n :n 


In 


:d 


t,.d:r.nif :t, 


d 


Full of 


beauty is the 


path of 


du - 


ty 


Cheerful we may always 


be. 


d' :d' 


|d'.d':d'.d' 


d' :d' 


id- 


:s 


s .s :s .s Is :s 


n 


f :f 


If .f :f .f 


d :d 


Id 


:d 


s,.s, :s,.s, Is, :s. 


d 



Copyright, 1873, bv Biglow & Main. 



:- h- 



MILMAN. 



41 



Key C. 

n :n |r :u\ 
d :t| Id :d 

l.\\Tien our heads are 

2. When the heart is 

3. When our eyes grow 

s :s |s :s 
d :d Is, :d 







K Redhead 


f :-.f In :— 


3 :s Id' :1 


fe :-.fe |s :— 


d :-.d|d :- 


m :r |d : n 


r :-.r |r :- 


bow'd with woe, 


When our bit - ter 


tears o'er-flow ; 


sad with-iu, 


V/ith the thought of 


all its sin ; 


dim in death, 


When we draw the 


part - ing breath ; 


1 :-.l Is :- 


d' :r' |m' :d' 


1 :-.l It :- 


f, :-.f, Id :- 


d :t, H :1, 


r :-.r Is :- 



s :s |s :f 

de :r |m :r 

When we mourn the 

When our epir - it 

When our sol - emn 

ta :ta jta :1 

n :r |de :r 



r :- .r I rn : — 
t, :-.t. Id :- 
lost, the dear, 
shrinks with fear, 
doom is near, 
s :-.s Is :— 
8, :-.8, Id :— 



n :n |r :n 

d :d It, :d 

Gracious Sav - lour, 

Gracious Sav - lour, 

Gracious Sav - iour, 

s :s |s :s 

d :d |8, :d 



f :- .f I rn 
d :-.d|d 

hear, O hear, 
hear, O hear, 
hear, O hear. 

1 :-.l Is 
f, :-.f, id 



KetAIz. 




TARRY WITH ME. 




E. P. Andm 


s, :d 


It, :1, 


8, :d It, :1, 


s, :s, 


Id :d 


r :n |r 


n, :s, 

I.Tar-ry 

2.Deeper, 

3.Tar-ry 

d :d 


Is, :f, 

with me, 
deep - er 
with me. 

Id :d 


m, :8, Is, :f, 

O my Sav - iour, 
grow the shad - ows, 
O my Sav - iour, 

d :d Id :d 


R, rn. 

For the 
Pal - er 
Lay my 

d :d 


In, :n, 

day is 
now the 
head up - 

Id :d 


S| : S| 1 s, 

pass-ing by ; 
glowing west; 
on thy breast 
t, :d It, 


d| in. 


ifi :f. 


d, :n, If, :f, 


d. :n, 


11. :1. 


8, :d, Is, : 



rn :s |f :n 


r :f 


|m 


:r 


d :t, 11, 


:r 


d :t. 


Id 


S| :s, Is, :s. 

See, the shades of 
Swift the night of 
Till the mom -ing, 

d :n |r :d 


8, :8, 
evening 
death ad 
then a - 

t, :r 


Is, 

gath - 

- van - 

wake 

Id 


:f| 

er, 
ces, 
me, 
t, 


n, :S| |f| 

And the night 
Shall it be 
Morning of 

d :d Id 


:1, 

is 
the 

e - 
:f 


s, :f, 

drawing 
night of 
ter - nal 

m :r 


|m, 

nigh, 
rest? 
rest. 

Id 


d :d It, :d 


8, :s, 


Is, 


:s. 


1, in. If, 


Jr, 


s, :s, 


Id, 



42 



Key a. 



AWAY WITH THE WINE. 



1 1. There's 
2. There's 
'3. A - 

:d 
:d 



m :ri :r |d :d :d 
S| :S| :f| Im, :p1| :p1| 

woe in the wine cup, There's 
death in the wine cup, The 
rise, friends of temp'rance And 

d :d :t, Id :d :d 
d :d :s, 11, :!, :d 



PI :m :r |d :— :d 

s, :S| :fi |ni| : — :mi 

death in the bowl. The' 

tempter may smUe, And 

strike for the right, In 

d :d :t, |d :— :d 

d :d :S| 11, :— :d 



E. P. Andrews. 

r :r :r |r :d :r 

S| :S| :S| |S| :S| :S| 

brightly it sparkles aud 

seem for a while half di - 

faith hope and love all com- 

t| :t| :t| |t| :d :t| 

S| :S| :S| |S| :m, :S| 



PI :— 

s, :— 
shines ; 
vine, 
bine, 

d :— 
d :— 



:- I- 






I- 



- :d 

— :pi 


.d 

.pii 


There's 


a 


But there's] 


Free 


the 


- :d 


.d 


- :d 


.d 



n :n :r |d :d :d 

S| :si :f| iPi| :p1| :p1| 

serpent with - in that will 

nothing on earth half so 

land that we love, from the 

d :d :t| Id :d :d 

d :d :s, |1, :1, :d 



;n 



Id 



:d .d 



S| :S| :fi I Pii :— :Pi|.mi 

strike at the soul. Then a- 

fiendish and vile As the> 

di-am-sell - ers blight. From the) 

jd :— :d .d 

|1, :- :d .d 



d :d 
d :d 



|r :pi 

Is, :s, 



S| :S| :s, 

way, then a 

serpent that lurks in 
demon that dwells in 
t, :t, :t 



way with the 
the 
the 

t, :d 



is, 



:t. 



wine 
wine 
wine. 






- :- I- 



Repeat Choeus. 
;m .PI 

Then a- 



:— I— :— :pi.mi 

Then a- 

:t|.t,|d :— : 

Then away, 

:r .r |m :— : 

:S|.s, |d :— : 



way, 



:t|.t||d 
Then away, 

:r.r|pi 

:s,.s,|d 



|— :— :n.m 

Then a- 

- :d.d 



Then a 



:— :d.d 



s :pi :d |s :pi :d 

way, 

d :d :d |d :d :d 

way,then a - way with the 

m :s :pi Im :s :pi 
d :d :d |d :d :d 



ti :- 

wine; 

r :- 



:- :- I- 



- :pi.pi 

Thenar 



:- I- :- 



I- :- 



:se|.sei 

Then a- 1 

:t, .t, ' 
:p1i.p1i > 



1— :- :d.d 

Then a- 

11, :— : 

^way, 

'id :- : 

^11. :- : 



PI :- 

way. 



:se|.seilli 

Then away, 

:t, .t, Id 
:mi.mi|li 



:- :d .d 

:— :p1|.pi 

Then a- 

:— :d .d 
:— :d .d 



r :r |r :pi :r 

S| :S| |s, :S| :f| 

then a - way with the 

t| :t, |t| :d :t| 

S| :S| |S| :S| :S| 



pii 

wine. 

d 

d, 






Copyright, 18S2. by Biglow &. Main. 



Bev. I. Baxtzeu.. 
Key A. 



:d .d id 



:s, .s, 


s, :S| .f| im. 


rm, .S| 


1. When the 

2. The 

3. When the 
4.When 

5. When the 


storm in its I'li - 
storui could not bur 
epii- - it is brok - 
ileiitb is at hand, 
riv - er is past, 


ry on 
- y that 
ei\ with 
and this 
and the 


:d .r 


m :n .r |d 


:d .d 


=.^i. .-d, 


d| :d| .d| 1 d| 


:d, .d, 



IT IS I. 



.m 



S| :s, .S| I S| 

Gal - li - lee fell, 
word in the wave, 
sor - row and care, 
bod - y (if clay 
glo - 

t, 



:m .f 



And 
Twas 
And 
Is 



[•ies un - known, Burst 

:t| .d |t| :d .r 

:S| .S| |S| :d 



A. S. KiEFFEK, by per. 43 

:s .n Id :d .PI y 
:d .d |S| :s, .s, j 



d 

lift - ed its wa - ters on 
tau};htthro' the tempest to 
com - fort is read - y to 
left with a trciu - u - lous 
forth on the won 



:m .m 
:d .d 



er - mg \ 

rn .d / 
:d, .d, 



high, 

riv; 

die; 

sigh; 

eye; 

t, 






:d .i 



cried "Fear ye not, 

"Be not a - fraid, 

life - liv - ing word 

"Be not a - fraid, 

"Be not a - fraid, 

m :m .d Id 



:d, .d, 



.fi 



:ni 


.r 


:S| 


.s, 


And the | 


It 


sliall 


Then the | 


The 




He 


will 


:d 


.r 



:rn .r 

:s, .f, 

it is 

it is 

'It is 

it is 

it is 

:d .t, 



: m .1 

:S| 

Fear 



:— I— : d .r 

:- I- :d, 



:n .r 



d :d .1, Is, 

ri| :P1| .f, I m, :s, .f| 

midst of the storm, in the 

d :d .did :d .d 

d :d .d I d :d| .d, 



d :d .d Id :d .pi 
S| :s, .f, I PI, :pi, .s, 

faith -less dis - ci - pies were 
reach his dis - ci - pies iu 
dark - ness shall pass, and the 
gra • cious lie - deem - er will 
wel • come, en - cour - age, and 

PI :pi .r |d 
d, :d, .d. Id, 



:- I- 



:- I- 



d :d .d Id 

S| :s, .s, |s, 

not, trembling one, 

PI :pi .PI |pi 
d, :d| .d, I PI, 

:Pl.f 



d :d .1, Is, 

m, :P1, .f, I PI, :s, 
midst of the gloom," Fear 

s, :s, .1, Id : d .r 
d. :d, .d, I d, :d 



bound iu the spell, 
ev - e - ry clime, 
sun - shine ap - pear, 
light ail the way, 
com - fort his > own, 




:pi .f 



Jesus 
Saying 
By the 
Saying 
Saying 

:d .r 
:d .d 



:pi .r 

:s, .f, 



it is 



:d .r 


PI 


:— 


Id 


:d 

:s, 


•t. 


:d .d 


d 


:— 


1- 


.s, ' 


:t, .d 


r 


; 


1— 


:m 


.r V 


:s, .3, 


t, 


:— 


1- 


:S| 


•f. 


it is 


I." 






In 


the A 


:f .PI 


r 


:— 


1— 


:d 


.d ( 


:r, .d, 


S| 


•*— 


1- 


:d 


.d / 


s :S .PI |d 


:pi .r 


d 


— 1 





d :d.s, |1, 


:S, .f. 


PI, 


■— 1 


_ 


not, trembling one 


it is 


i; 






PI :P1.d |d 


:d .t, 


d 


:— |- 


- 


d :d,.d. 


If, 


:S, .8, 


di 


:- 1- 


- 1 



44 OiiA RuD. 
Key Bl2. 



ANGELS OF DREAMLAND. 



J. M. JoiiLET. 



-.t, :1, 



m :-.r :d |d 

s, :-.f, :n, 11, :-.s, :f| 

I. Beautiful au - gels of 

2. Beautiful an - gels of 

3. Beautiful au 
d :-.d:d |d 

d, :-.d,:d, |f, 



jels of 
;-.d :d 

:-.f, :f, 



1, :— :— Is, :— :s, 

f, :— :— In,:—: n, 

dream - land Tliat 
dream - land, Saj^ 
dream - land, O 

d :-:- Id :— :d 

d, :— :— Id, :— :d, 



m :-.r :d |d r-.t, il. 


1. :- 


:— Is, 


:— :s, 


S| :-.f, :pi, |1, :-.s, ':f. 


f. :- 


:-|ni, 


— rm. 


SootLing to rest by your 


vis - 


-ions 


And 


Wlieu the fair morning is 


wak 


- ing, 





Comfort and peace over - 


flow - 


• ing, 


Be- 


d :-.d:d Id :-.d;d 


d :- 


:-ld 


- :d 



d, :-.d,:d, If, :-.f, :f. 



.r :d 



F. t. 

rs :-.f :m |n 

ad :-.d :d |t, r-.t, :d 

Calling with mag - ical 
Gently as dew from the 
Teaching the high dtthe 

fcn:-.l :s |s :-.f :m 
ad:-.d :d |s, :-.s, :s, 



d, :-.— Id, :— :d. 



t, :— :— Id 



:— :rn 
:— :d 

In 

You 

To 

:— :s 
:— Id :— :d 



sweet - ness, 
heav - ens, 
low - - ly 

r :— :— 'iPi 



3i :d :pi \u\ :-.r :d 

m, rm, rs, |s, r-.s, :s, 

hover a - bout me by 
where isyourhomeinthe 
sweet is your mission be- 

d :d :d |d :-.t, :d 
d| :d| :d, Id, :-.r, rtn. 



s, :d :n |r :-.d rt, 
nil :p1| :s, If, :-.m,:f, 

filling ray heart with de- 
why do you hasten a - 
stowing on all as you 

d :d :d |t, :-.d :r 

d, :d, :d, Is, :-.s, :s. 



r :s :s |fe :-.s :1 
t, :t, :t, Hi :-.t|:d 

tones of soft mel - o - dy 
float when the eventide 
strive for a spir ■ it of 

s :r :r |r :-.r :r 

s, :s, :s. Ir, :-.r, :r. 



r :— :— 



night, 

day? 

low; 



s, :— :— 



d •-:— 

PI) :— :— 

light ; 

way? 

go; 

d :— :— 

d, :— :- 



t, :- 
rare ; 



Fine. 



love; 
r : — 

s, :— 











f.B]?. 


s :-.f :m |ni :-.r :d 


t| :- 


:-|f :- :f 


m :f :n Ir :-.Pi :r 


ds, :- 


d :-.d :d |t, :-.t, :d 


S| :— 


:- It, :- :t. 


d :d:d It, :-.t|:t, 


ds, :- 


Dreams of my far-away 


loved 


ones. And 


banishing sor - row and 


care. 


Then with the light of the 


morn 


- - ing You 


soar, and away to your 


home 


Teaching us all to bow 


hum • 


- bly. And 


prav for a liome up a - 


bove. 


m :-.l :s |s :-.f :n 


r :— 


:— |s :— :s 


s a :s If :-.s :f 


Pit, :- 


d :-.d :d |s, :-.s, :s. 


s, :— 


:— is, :— :S| 

Copyright, 1883, 


d :d :d |s, :-.s, :S| 

3Y BiGLow & Maim. 


ds, :- 



D.r 



Key A. 

s, :- .S| |1| .S| :1| .d 
rii :- .^1 |f| .S| :f, .m, 

1. O I how woud'ious is tbo 

2. O ! what love is liere a - 

3. Who will slight his tender 

d :- .d Id .d :d .d 

d :- .d, |f| .rn, :r, .d, 



THE WOND'ROUS STORY. 



45 



r :d 

fi im, 

sto - ry I 
bound - ing ! 
plead - ing? 
t, :d 
Si :d, 



I- 







0. R. IlAJiROWS. 


s : 


- .1 


|s .n :r .d 


d : 


- .d 


|d .S| :f| .n, 


How 


the 


matchless son of 


How 


it 


human love tran- 


Who 


re 


sist such melting 


PI : 


- .f 


|pi .d :t| .d 


d : 


- .d 


Id .d :s, .1, 



ll 
f, 

God, 
sceuds 1 
love i 

d 
f. 



I- 






m, 

Left 
Je - 
Come, 

d 

d, 



:- .S| |1, .s, :1| .d 
:- .n, |f| .m, tf, .s, 

his home of hcav'nly 

- - sus dies to bring his 

ac - cei)t his free and 

:- .d |d .d :d .n 
:- .d, |d| .d| :d| .d, 



r .d :1| .t| Id .r :n .f 

li .1, :f| .f, is, .S| :s, .s, 

glory and for us, He in - tcr 

en - e - niifs to God, To rec - on- 
full salvation now, And then we'll 

f .f :d .r Id .t, :d .r 

f, ,f, :f| .f, |n, .s, :d .d 



posed 

cile 

reign 

n 
d 



.n | r .d 

.s, | f| .m , 

his i)ro - 
and make 
with liim 

.d I s, .d 
.d. Is, 



r .PI 

f, .s, 

cious 


us 




a 




t| 




S| 





d 

m, 

blood. 

friends. 

bove. 

d 

d. 









s 
d 

Glo 



.1 


Is 


.n 


:r 


.d 


d 


Id 


•S| 


:f, 


.PI 


iT> 


glo 


i'.y 


hal 


- le 


f 


IP1 


.d 


:d 


.d 


d 


Id 


.d 


:d 


.d 



:d 



PI .f 



fi :li I— :s, .t, 

lu - jah, To the 

■lu-jah, lial-le - lu-jah, 

d .d :d .d |d .d :d .r 

f, .f, :f, .f, if, .f, :p1|.S| 



s :- .1 |s .PI :r .d 

d :- .d Id .d :s, .d 

Lamb once slain up - on the 

PI :- .f |Pi .s :f .PI 
d :- .d Id .d :d .d 



r :- 1— : 

t, .t, :t, .t, |t, .1, :s, .f, 

tree, And now he pleads before the ^ 

s :- I- : 



,n :r 



s, :- .d |d .d :S| .s. 

Now he pleads be-fore his 

throne, 

PI :- .f In .s :f .n 



1, .s, :1, .t. Id .r :pi .f 
f, .f| :f, .f, |s, .s, :S| .s. 

Father's throne above, And inter 
f .d :d .r |d .t, :d .r 
f, .f, :f| .f, |m, .s, :d .d 



:- .PI |r .d :r .m 

:- .s, | f| .m , :f, .s, 

cedes for you and 

PI :- .d |s, .d :t, 

d :- .d. Is, :s, 



dH- 




Pi,:-|- 




me. 




d:-|- 




d,:-|- 





Copyright, 1873, by Biclow & Main, in "New York Musical Gazbttk." 



WATCH AND PRAY. 



KeyC. 




wi n 1 uii n 


iiiy r iiHii , 




T. F. Sewabd. 


1 


m ;m.f|s :d' 


d' :t |r' :— 


m'.r':d' |d'.t :1 


s .f :pi |r :— \ 


d :d .r 1 n : m 


PI :r If :— 


s^-.m |Ks :f 


n_^ :d |t| :— I 


, ].WTieulheblu8li of 


morning light. 


Paints the gold - en 


east - em skies, f 


2. From the sul - try 


noontide beams 


Wouldst thou find a 


calm re treat? V 


\ 3. When the eve - ning 


shades de - scend 


Tranquil o'er the 


earth and sea ; , 


/ 4. Watch with Je- sus 


all the night, 


TiU the shad-ows 


glide a - way; V 


s :s Id' :s 


s :s Is :- 


s :d' |d' :d' 


d' :s Is :- 


d :d Id :d 


s :s Is :- 


d :d If :f 


d :d Is, :- ' 




G. t. 


f. C 


PI :m.f |s :d' 


d' :t |r' :— 


r's.f :m |Pi .r :d 


r :t, Ids :- 


' 


d :d.r |n :pi 


n :r |s :— 


sd :d |s, :S| 


S| :S| |s,r :— 




From the balm - y 


sleep of night, 


Lift to God thy 


wak-ing eyes. 




Dost thou pant for 


cool-ing streams ? 


Eest thee at the 


mer-cy - seat. 




do, thj Sav - iour 


and thy Friend 


Holds a pre - cious 


gift for thee. 




Watch till comes the 


morning light, 


Wea - ry pil - grim, 


watch and pray. 




s :s Id' :s 


s :s It :- 


tn.r:d |s.f:m 


f :r rt :— 




d :d Id :d 


s :s |s :— 


sd :d Id :d 


s, :s, |ds :— 




Chobus. 






s :- .s |s .s : 


s .s 


r' :- 1- :- 


d' : 


- .d' Id' .t :d' .r' X 


: 1 : 




f :- .f If .f :f .f 


n : 


- .PI |m .r :pi .f ) 


Trav - 'ler on the hea 


v'nward 


way, 

Trav - 'ler on the heav'nward 


Je - - 
way, 


sus bids thee watch and ( 
{ 


: 1 : 




t :- .t It .t :t .t 


d' 


- 1 : \ i 


: 1 : 




s :- .s Is .s :s .s 


d' : 


- 1 : / 


rn' :- |- 


_ 


m'.r' :d' Id' .t :1 


r' .d' : 


t .1 Is :- . 


s :- 1- 


— 


s .f :n 11 .s :f 


f .1 : 


s .f jPi :- 1. 


pray, 




Trav - 'ler on thy 


heav'n - 


ward wav, ( 


Je - - - sus bids thee W£ 


itch and 


pray, Trav - 'ler 


on thy heav'nward way, ( 1 


d' :- .d' Id' .d' 


d' .d' 


d' :- Id' :d' 


d' .d' : 


d' .d' Id' :- V 1 


d :- .d Id .d 


d .d 


d :- If :f 


f .f : 


f .f Id :- / 1 


m .f :s Is 


d' 


d' :- It :- 


d' : 


1 ; 




d .r :ni |in : 


m 


m :- |r :f 


m : 


- 1- : 




Je - sus bids t 


hee 


watch and 


pray. 






s :d' Id' : 


s 


s :— Is :— 


S 


- 1- : 




d :d jd : 


d 


Si :— Is, :— 

Copyright, 1882, by Biglow & Main. 


d : 


- 1- : 





THE MORNING LIGHT. 



47 



Kky Et2. 
d 



A. S. KiEFFER, by per. 



:n 


.r 


:d 


.d 


1.0 the 


2.0 the 


What a 


:s 


.f 


:d 


.d 



:d Id 



,:pi .r 
:d .d 

UVben Iho 
/() tho 
)When the 
:s .f 

:d.d 



r.n 


.r 


(:d 


.d 


hve 


are 


]:s 


.f 


\:d 


.d 



r .n 

d :s, |S| :d .d 

night of time soon sliall 
ha}> - py day that shall 
joy - ful time when tho 

m : m |m :s .s 
d :d Id :d.d 



d :d |d :r.m 
d :s, |S| :d.d 

pilgiiiu statf shall be 
liai)-py hearts that shall 
saints shall slug un-to 

n :n | n :s.s 
d :d id :d.d 



d :d' Id' :d'.t 

d :n In :m .m 

watching now for the 

m :s Is :d' .d' 

d :d Id :d .d 



r :r ir :pi .f 


s :- .1 Is .1 :s .,n 


r :— 


t, :t, It, :d .r 

pass a - way, And the 
gild the hills.When the 
earth shall gleam In the 


n :- .f |n.f :rn.,d 

hap - py golden day will 
Lord sh.ill come to earth a- 
light of an c - ter-nal 


t, :- 

dawn, 
gain ! 
Jay, 


s :s js :s .3 


d' :- .d'd'.d':s .,s 


s :— 


S| :s, js, :d .d 


d :- .d;d.d:d.,d 


s, :— 



r :r |r :pi .f 

t| :t| It, :d .r 

laid a - side, And the 
welcome bini. When he 
Christ their King, In their 

s :s js :s .s 



:s, 



:d' 



Is, :d .d 



:t .1 



s :-.d' |pi 


:r 


d 


m :-.d ]d 


:t, 


d 


king - ly crown 


pnt 


on. 


comes once more 


to 


rei-. 


gold - en. glad 


ar - 


ray 


d' :-.s Is 


:f 


rn 


d r-.n |s 


:s, 


d 



f :f If :f .f 

morning light, For the 

d' :1 11 :di.di 



If 



:f .f 



3 :-.l |s .1 :s .,rn 
n :-.f |pi .f :m.,d 

new Jo - ru - sa-lem to 

d' :-.d' |d'.d':3 .,3 
:-.d Id .d:d.,d 



come 



:rn .r 


d :di 


|d' 


:d' .t 


:d .d 


d :r 


|pi 


:m .n 


We are 


waiting 


still 


for the 


:s .f 


n :3 


Is 


:di .d' 


:d .d 


d :d 


Id 


:d .d 



1 :di Id' :d'.,l 
f :f if :f .,f 

Sa'iour, Christ, Who shall 

d' :1 II :di.,d' 
f :f If :f .,f 



s 


:-.d'|ni 


:r 


d : 


m 


:-.ni |d 


:t, 


d : 


call 


his cliil 


- dreu 


home. 


d' 


:-.8 Is 


:f 


Fl : 


s 


:-.3 Is, 


:s. 


d : 



48 KeyEIl 



m 


:n 


Is 


:pi 


d 


:d 


In 


:d 


l.A - ny 
2. Where we 
3.AU a - 


lit - 

pitcli 
long 


tie 
our 
the 


S 


:s 


is 


:s 


d 


:d 


Id 


:d 



m :r |r 

d :t, It, 

cor - ner, Lord, 

night-ly tent, 

wil - der - ness, 

s :s |s 

s, :s, Is, 



ANYWHERE. 

f :f 
:r 



B. 



r 

In thy vine - yard 

Sure-ly mat - ters 

Let us keep our 



Is, :s, 



rn :— 
d :- 

wide; 
not; 
sight ; 

s :— 
d :— 



C. Unseld. 

I— : 



I- 
I- 



s :s |1 :s 

n :pi |f :n 

Wh're thoubid'st me 

If the aay for 

On the mov - ing 

d' :d' id' :d' 

d :d Id :d 



s :in |r :- 
tn :d It, :- 

work for thee, 
thee is spent, 
pil - lar fixed, 

d' :s Is :- 
d :d Is, :- 



r :s It :1 
t, :r |r :d 

There I would a 
Blessed is the 
Constant day and 

s :s |s :fe 

S| :t, |r :r 



t, :- I 

bide; 
spot; 
night, 

8 :- I' 
s, :- i 



s :s |1 :d' 

d :d Id :d 

Mir - a - cle of 

Quickly we our 
Then the heart will 

m :n |f :1 

d :d If :f 



d' :1 Is 
d :d Id 

saving grace, 
tent may fold 
make its home, 



;f In 
;f Id 



s :s |1 :d' 
d :d Id :d 

That thou givest 
Cheerful march thro' 
Willing led by 

n :n jf :1 
d :d If :f 



d' :1 I s :n 
d :d Id :- 

me a place 
storm and cold, 
thee to roam, 

1 :f I n ;s 
f :f Id :- 



s :n |r :- 
n :d It, :- 

A - ny - where, 
With thy care, 
A - ny - where, 

s :s |s :- 
d :d Is, :- 



n :r |d 
t, :t, Id 

A - ny - where 
With thy care 
A - ny - where 

s :f |n 

s, :s. Id 



Key D. 

d' :— :t Id' :— :1 
n :— :r In :— :f 

l.Seek the ten - der 
2.He will light your 
3.Yoa will find the 



r :— : s 1 1 :— : s 

t, :— :t, |r :— :t, 

If you've not al - 
Through dark wood and 
Up - ward, till the 



SEEK THE TENDER SHEPHERD. 

s :n :— I— :— : 
n :d :- |- :- : 

Shepherd, 
pathway, 
Shepherd, 

r :— :s |t :— :s 

t, :— :t, |r, :— :t, 

read - y found him, 
thorn - y bri • - ar, 
light grows clear - er, 



Maky C. Sewakd. 



1 :-:l 11 


:- :1 


S :-:-! 


f :-:f If 


:- :f 


n :- :- 1 


Seek it. lit 
Wand'ring lit 
Hap - py lit 


- -tie 

- -tie 

- -tie 


lamb, 
lamb, 
lamb, 



d' :- :t |r' :d' :1 


s :— :— 


1— 


n :— : r | f : n : d 


t, :- :- 


\- 


Seek him, lit - - tie 


lamb: 




Wand'ring lit - - tie 


lamb; 




Hap - py lit - - tie 


lamb; 




n :— :s |d' :— :s 


n :— :s 


|d' 


d :— : n 1 n :— : n 


d :-:n 


In : 


Seek the star whose 


rays have 


3rown 


On - ward, up - ward, 


ev - er 


high 


Fold and Shcp - herd 


near - er. 


dear 


d':-:s If :n :r 


d :-:- 


1- 


n :— :n |r :d :t, 


d :-:- 


|— 


Seek it, lit - -tie 


lamb. 




Wand'ring lit - -tie 


lamb. 




Hap - py lit - -tie 


lamb. 





LONGINGS. 



49 



Key Eb. 
PI .PI :d 



,n 



d .d :d .d 

(.Pur-er yet and 

2.Calmer yet and 

J.Qiiioker yet and 

s .8 :pi .d 

d .d :d .d 



d 

pur - 

calm 

quick 

m 











B. 


C. Unseu) 


r .r 


:d 


.r 


m 




:— 


t, .t, 


:d 


•t, 


d 




:_ 


I would 


be 


in 


uiind, 






Tri - al 


bear 


and 


pain, 






Ev -er 


on - 


ward 


preaa, 






8 .8 


:P1 


.8 


8 




: — 



n .n 


:d .n 


8 


:m 


r .r 


:ni 


•r 


d 


d .d 


:d .d 


d 


:d 


t, .t, 


:t, 


•t, 


d 


Dearer 


yet and 


dear 


er 


Ev- Yy 


du 


-ty 


find; 


Sur - er 


yet and 


sur 


er 


Peace at 


last 


to 


gain; 


Firm-er 


yet and 


firm 


- er 


Step as 


I 


pro - 


gress 


8 .8 


rm .d 


Fl 


:8 


8 .8 


:s 


.8 


m 


d .d 


:d .d 


d 


:d 


8, .8, 


:b, 


.8, 


d 



r .r :t, .r 

t, .t| :S| .t, 

Hoping still and 

Suft'-'ring still and 

Oft these earn - est 

3 .8 :r .r 

S' .8. :8i .8i 



tl 

trust 

do 

long 

r 



:t, 

ing 
•ing, 
ings, 



m .m :d 


.n 


8 


d .d :d 


.d 


t. 


God with - out 


a 


fear, 


To Ms will 


re - 


signed. 


Swell with - in 


my 


breast, 


8 .8 :m 


.d 


r 



.d :d .d 



t, .t, 


:8| 


.t, 


t, 


:t, 


Pa - tient 


-ly 


be - 


liev 


ing 


And to 


God 


sub - 


du - 


ing 


Yet their 


in - 


ner 


mean 


- ing 


8 .8 


:r 


.r 


r 


:8 


8, .8, 


:b, 


.8, 


8, 


:8, 



.n 



:r 



.r 



d .d :t, .t, 

He will make all 
Heart, and will, and 
Ne'er can bo ex - 
8 .8 :8 .8 



d .d 



:8, 



d 

clear, 
mind, 
pressed. 

m 





KetF. 




LOl MY SHEPHERD'S HAl 
C.t. 


SD. 




ti. 


d :r 


PI : m 


f :pi 


r :— 


rs :1 


s :d' 


d' :t 


d' :- 


d :t, 

l.Lo! my 
■2. When I 
3.He my 
4.Tho' the 

n :s 


d :d 

Shepherd's 
faint with 
soul a - 
drear-y 

s :s 


r :d 

hand di - 
summers 
new shall 
vale I • 

s :s 


t, :- 

vine! 
heat, 
frame, 
tread, 

s :— 


tn :f 

Want shall 
He shall 
And his 
By the 
sd' :d' 


s :f 

nev - er 
lead my 
mer-cies 
shades of 
d' :1 


tn :r 

more be 
wea - ry 
to pro - 
death o'er - 
s :s 


PI :— 

mine; 

feet 

claim, 

spread, 

s :— 


d :s, 


d :d 


t, :d 


s, :— 


5d :f 


n :f 


s :s, 


d :- 


f. F. 

d's :f 


m :m 


f :ni 


r :— 


s :f 


PI :r 


d :t, 


d :- 


mt| :r 

In a 
To the 
When thro' 
There I 


d :d 

pasture 
strei!.ms that 
de - vious 
walk from 


d :d 

fair and 
still and 
paths I 
ter - ror 


t, :- 

large, 
slow, 
stray, 
free. 


d :t, 

He shall 
Thro' the 
Teach my 
Still pro - 


d :1, 

feed his 
ver - dant 
steps the 
tect - ed 


S| :S| 

hap - py 
meadows 
bet - ter 
Lord, by 


charge, 
flow, 
way. 
thee. 


sr :s 


s :s 


1 :s 


s :— 


s :s 


s :f 


m :r 


PI :— 


ds, :t, 


d :d 


d :d 


s :f 


m :r 


d :f, 


S| :s, 


d :- 



KetG 






HARKIHARKIMY SOUL. 




H. 


Beney. 


PI :— : 


— |Pi :r :pi 


d :- 


- 1- :- :s, 


PI :— : PI 1 PI : r : R 


s : — 


:-|f 


:— :— 


d :-: 


— |d :t| :d 


S| :— 


- 1- :- :s, 


d :-:d Id :t, :d 


d :- 


:- It, 


:— :— 


l.Hark ! 


hark! my 


soul ; 


an - 


gel - ie -songs are 


swell 


- ing 




2. On - 


- ward we 


go, 


for 


still we hear them 


sing 


- iug, 




i.Far, 


far a - 


way. 


like 


bells at eve - ning 


peal 


ing. 




4.Rest 


comes at 


length. 


tho' 


life be long and 


drear 


V, 




s :— : 


-Is :f :s 


PI : — 


: — 1 — : — : PI 


s :— :s |s :f :s 


PI :— 


:- |r 


: — :— 


d :-: 


- id :- :d 


d :- 


:- 1- :- :d 


d :-:d Id :- :d 


s, :— 


:— Is, 


:— :— 


f :- 
li :- 

O'er 


-If :pi :r 

- Is, :- :f, 
earth's green 


li :- 

fi :- 

fields. 


:- 1- :- :t, 
:- 1- :- :s, 

and 


d :-:d Id :r : pi 

S| :— :s, |fe,:— :1, 
o - cean's wave - beat 


r :— 


. I 


:— :s. 


t, :- 




:— :s. 


shore : 






" Come, 


wea - ry 


souls. 


for 


Je - sus bids you 


come : 






The 


voice of 


Je 


- sus 


sounds o'er all the 


sea ; 






The 


day must 


dawn. 


and 


dark - some night be 


past; 






r :— 

r, :— 


- |de:-:r 

— Hi :- :li 


r :— 


:- 1- :- :r 
:- 1- :- :f, 


d :- :d |1, :- :r 

pii :— : Pi| Ir, :— ife. 


r :— 


: — 1 — 


:— :r 


s, :— 


:— 1— 


:- :t. 



HARKI HARKl MY SOUL Concluded. 



51 



m :— 


:— I PI : r : m 


d .-:-|- :- :8, 


rn :— :m | pi :r 


:pi 


s :— :— 


If :- 


: — 


d :— 


:- Id :t, :d 


s, :— :— 1— :— :s, 


d :-:d Id :t. 


:d 


d :-:- 


t, :- 


; — 


How 


sweet tlie 


truth those 


bless - ed strains 


are 


tell - 


ing 




And 


through the 


dark its 


ech - oes sweet - 


ly 


ring 


i"K, 




Aud 


la - den 


souls, by 


thous - ands meek 


-ly 


steal - 


i^a, 




Faith'f 


jour - nev 


ends in 


wel - come to 


the 


wea 


ry. 




s :— 


:-|s :f :s 


m :— :— j— :— : tn 


s :— :8 |s :f 


:s 


PI :— :— 


r :— 


: — 


d :- 


:- Id :- :d 


d :-:-|- :- :d 


d :-:d Id :- 


:d 


8, :— :— 


Is, :— 


:— 


f :— 


:-- |f :n :r 


1, :-:-|- :- :t, 


d :-:d |Pi :- 


:r 


d :-:- 






li :- 


:- Is, :-:f, 


f, :- :- 1- :- :f, 


PI,:— :1, jd :— 


:t. 


d :- :- 


; 


; 


Of 


that new 


life when 


sin shall be 


no 


more. 






The 


mil - sic 


of the 


gos - pel leads 


us 


home. 






Kind 


Shepherd, 


turn their 


wea - ry steps 


to 


thee. 






And 


heav'n, the 


heart's true 


home, will come 


at 


last. 






r :— 


:- |de :- :r 


r :— :— |— :— :r 


d :-:f Is :- 


:f 


PI :— :— 


1— :— 


:— 


h :— 


:-|l. :-:l. 


r, :— :— |— :— :s, 


1. :-:l, Is, :- 


:s. 


d :-:- 


— :— 


:— 


8 :— 


:— In :— :d 


r :— :n |r :— :— 


s :_:_ In :- 


:d 


r :— :— 


_,_ 




S| :— 
An 


:-|s, :-:s, 

- gels of 


8, :— :— |8, :— :— 
Je - BUS, 


s, :— :— Is, :— 

An - gels 


:d 

of 


d :-:- 


t, :- 


:— 


light, 




d :- 

PI, :— 


:— Id :— :d 

:- Id, :-:pi. 


t, :-:d Id :- :- 


d :-:- Id :- 
PI,:— :— Id, :- 


:s 
;Pi, 


fe :- :- 


8 :— 

~s, :— 


:— 


1, :- :- 


:— 


n :— 


:— Im :f :s 


1, :f :- 1- :- :1 


8 :— :s |f :pi 


:r 


PI :— :— 






d :- 


:- Ita, :- :ta, 


1, :1, :- !- :- :d 


d :— :d |t, :d 


:t. 


d :— :— 


— :— 


:— 


Sing 


- ing to 


welcome the 


pil - grims of 


the 


night. 






s :— 


:— |8 :— :n 


f :d :- 1- :- :re 


PI : — : n |r : m 


:f 


n :— :— 


— :— 


:— 


d :- 


:- Id :-:d 


f, :f, :- !- :- :fe, 


8, :— :s. Is, :— 


:s. 


d :-:- 


— :— 


:— 


rn :— 


— |m :f :s 


1, :f :- 1- :- :1 


8 :— :s If :pi 


:r 


d :- :- 1 


. 


,_ 


d :- 


:- Ita, :- :ta, 


1, :1, :- I- :- :d 


d :-:d It, :d 


:t, 


d :- :- 1 


— :— 


:— 


Sing 


ing to 


welcome the 


pil - grims of 


the 


night. 






8 :— 


— Is :— :pi 


f :d :- 1- :- :re 


PI ;— : PI i r : rn 


:f 


PI :- :- 1 


— :— 


:— 


d :- 


- Id :-:d 


f, :f, :- 1- :- :fe, 


8, :— :8, Is, :— 


:8, 


d, :— :— 1 


— :— 


:— 



52 



Key D. 



:m .,in 

il.Let us 
JS.HewUl 
)3.To a 
:s .,S 
:d .,d 



d' :t |1 :s 

n :s |f :n 

work for God and 

give us strength, our 

glo - rious work He 

d' :t |1 :s 

m :s If :n 



WE SHALL REST. 

1 .,1 :s .,f |m :r .,n 

f .,f :pi.,r Id :t|.,d 

follow His command With a 

vigor to re - new, He will 

calleth us a-way. Let us 

1 .,1 :s .,f |n :s .,s 

f .,f :m.,r id :s .,s 







B. C. U 


NSELD. 


f 


:ri 


It 


:r' 


r 


:f 


|r 


:f 


cheer 


ful 


heart 


and 


grant 


us 


grace 


that 


hear 


the 


heat 


and 



d' .,t :1 .,t |d' 
n .,r :d .,r |n 

ov - er - willing hand ; 
falleth like the dew, 
bur-den of the day ; 
S .,S :s .,S 's 
S| .,s, :s, .,S| |d 



:m .,m 

In the 

And the 
'Tis the 

:s .,s 
:d .,d 



n 

field 
seeds 
faith ■ 

d' 
n 



:t 
:s 

of 
of 
ful 

:t 



|1 

If 
Ufe 
love 
souls 

11 

If 



1 .,1 :s .,f |m 
f .,f :m.,r |d 

joicing ev - cry day, 
mortal fruit shall hear, 
reap the bright reward, 

1 .,1 :s .,f In 
f .,f :ni.,r |d 



:s .,m 
:n .,d 

Let us 
Ev 
At 



;d ..d 



the ( 
.S ) 



:t 



t, :r 


|r 


:d 


t, 


work, and 


trust. 


and 


pray. 


guard - ed 


by 


His 


care. 


com - ing 


of 


the 


Lord. 


s :s 


Is 


:fe 


S 



Chorus. 
:m .,f 

We shall 



:pi .,n \m 

We shall rest 

:s .,s {s 
:d.,d Id 



:d'.,t 

by and 



— I- :r' .,di 

f .,f If :fe.,fe 

by and by. Sweetly 

1 .,1 11 :1 .,1 

f ..f if :r .,r 



t .,1 



,d' It 



s .,s :s .,n |r 

rest when earthly toil 
S .,s :s .,S |s 

s .,s :s .,d |r 



:1 


s : 


:d 


t, : 


is 


o'er, 


:fe 


s : 


:r 


s, : 



I- 
I- 

I- 
I- 



:n .,f \ 

In a 1 



s :- 1- :d'.,t 


1 :r' 1- :r'.,d' 


t.,t:t.,t|l :t 


d' 


land, bright and 


fair, 






:n.,n|m : 


:f.,f|f .■f.,f 


f.,f:f.,f|f :f 


ni 


In a land 


bright and fair, We shall 


rest when earthly toil is 


o'er. 


:s .,s |s : 


:1.,1|1 :1.,1 


s.,s :s.,s |s :s 


s 


:d„did : 


:f.,f|f :f.,f 


s.,s :s.,s |S| :s, 


d 




Copyright, 1882, by Bic 


;low & Main. 











SUMMER SUNS ARE GLOWING. 



53 



KetC. 












F. L. 


ROBERT.SHAW. 


n :-.n |s 


:s 


d' :- .1 


If 


:m 


r .-1 Is :f 


PI :— 


1- :- 


d :-.d |n 


:r 


f :- 


Id 


:— 


d :d It, :r 


d :- 




l.Sumiuei- smis 


are 


glow - - 


ill- 




- ver land and 


Rca, 




2. Lord, up - ou 


our 


blind - 


ness 




Tlij' pure ra - diance 


pour. 




J. Wo will nov 


-er 


doubt 


thee, 




Tlio'thou veil thy 


light. 




s :-.s Id' 


:t 


1 :— 


11 


:s 


f :r |r :s 


s :— 


1 — : — 


d :-.d |d 


:d 


d :- 


Id 


:— 


f, :fe, Is, :s, 


d :- 


1- :- 



r 


-.r In 


:fe 


s 


-.1 It :- 


d' :- .1 Is .fe :t .1 


s :— 


t, 


-.t, Id 


:r 


r 


- ir :- 


m :- .m |r :d 


t, :- 


Hap 


- py light 


IS 


How 


ing, 


Bonn - ti - ful and 


free ; 


For 


thy lov - 


ing 


kind 


ncss 


Makes us love thee 


more; 


Life 


is dark 


with - 


out 


theo. 


D(!ath Avith thee is 


bright ; 


s 


- .s Is 
■-.s, Id 


:1 
:d 


s 


-.fe|s :- 


s :- .1 It .1 :s .fe 
d :-.d |r :r 


s :— 


S| 


t, 


-.1,1s, :- 


s, :— 



s :ri 


Id' .t :1 .t 


d' :- 


Is 


:— 


s :r' 


Id'.trl.t 


d' . 


f :f 


If :f 


PI :s 


If 


:tn 


f :f 


If :f 


n : 


Ev - cry 


thing re - 


joic - 


es 




In the 


mel - low 


rays, 


And when 


clouds are 


drift - 


ing 




Dark a - 


cross our 


skv, 


Light of 


light shine 


o'er 


us 




On our 


pil - grim 


way. 


s :s 


Is :s 


s :-T- 


It 


:d' 


r' :s 


Is :s 


s : 


t, :s, 


|r :s, 


d :n 


ir 


2d 


t, :s, 


|r :s, 


d : 



d' :-.d'|t :d' 


n' 


:- |r' 


:— 


d' :n'.r|d' 


:t 


d' :- 


f :-.s If :pi 


1 


- 11 


:— 


•s :1 Is 


:f 


PI :- 


All earth's thousand 


voio 


- es 




Swell the psalm 


of 


praise 


Thou the veil up - 


lift 


- ing, 




Fa - ther, be 


thou 


nigh. 


Go thonstiU be - 


fore 


ua 




To the end - 


less 


day. 


1 : .s Is :d' 


d' 


- Ir' 


:— 


PI' :f' |P1' 


:r' 


d' :- 


f :-.Pilr :d 


f 


:- If 


.•fe 


s :s Is, 

BiGLOw Si. Main. 


:s. 


d :- 




Coi'VRIGHT 


i88j, uv 





54 



HEAR OUR EVENING PRAYER. 



Key F. 



m 



n |m 



m 



d :d Id :d 

l.Hear us, heav'n-]y 

S.Bless us, heav'n-ly 

s :s |s :s 

d :d Id :d 



in 
Id 

ther, 
ther, 



Is :- 
Id :- 



r :r |r :r 
t| :t, It, :t, 

Lis - ten to our 
Guide and guard us 

s :s |s :s 

S| :S| |s, :s, 



A. L. Cowley. 



d :r |P1 

d :t, Id 

evening prayer 
with thy might ; 

m :s Is 

s, :s, Id 






PI :pi 


\m 


:d 


t, :- 


In the 


dark 


-ness 


shield 


Bless us, 


gra - 


clous 


Fa 


d :d 


Id 


:s 


s :- 



Id :d 



d :r |m :s 

d :t, Id :d 

Thou for all man 

Bless thy chil - dren 

s :s |s :s 

ri :r |d in. 



:r 



Id 



t, :t| Id 

kind doth care, 
here to - night, 
s :s |P1 



::) 



s :— 



m 



ni :— Id :d 

Hear us, O 

Keep us, O 

: I : 

: I : 



hear 



PI 



d :d It, :t, 

Hear our eve - ning 

Till the morn-ing 

d :pi |s :s 

S| :S| |S| :S| 



d :- I- 
d :- I- 

prayer. 

light. 

PI :— i— 



i- :- 



KeyF. a MOTHER'S lullaby. 

;S| d;d:dld:— :dr:r:r|r:— :r Pi:— :r|d:— :Pir 



1. There 

^ <2.Then 

S.Then 

U.That 



Cometh a dove on 
kneel at my side, your 
ask him to-night when 
beauti - ful dove so 



beauti-ful wings, As 
lit - tie hands fold. And 
you are a - sleep To 
gentle and pure .Has 



white as snow - flakes 
say this prayer with 
give you peace - ful 
spread its pin - ions 



are; 
me; 
rest; 
fair, 



]And 
(Dear 

JAml 
And 



r :r :r |r :— :r 

tender-ly now it 

Jesus look down, and 
if you should die be - 
up to the throne of 



PI : pj : PI I PI : — : pi 

listens to hear, My 
make me so good. That 
fore you a - wake To 
Je-sus a - bove Has 



s :— : PI I r :d : r 

ba - by's eve - ning 

I thy child may 

fold you on his 

borne my dar - ling's 



d :- :- I- 

prayer. 

be. 

breast. 



KeyG. 



SWELL THE ANTHEM. 



d 


:d 


d 


:s, 


S| 


:S| 


Si 


: PI, 


1. Swell 


tho 


au - 


- them, 


■-'.Hark! 


the 


voice 


of 


rn 


: PI 


PI 


:d 


d 


:d 


d 


:d 



;d 

the 



song; 
siii'is, 



t| 

Prais 

Praia 

r 



55 



s 


:d 


d 


:d 


to 


our 


to 


th(! 


PI 


: PI 



:d 



(iocl be 

Kins of 

s : PI 



"I 

Saints 

Let 

PI 



3| 


:ni 


an - 


- Jicl.s 


.join 


the 


PI 


:d 


d 


:d 



d 


: n 


s :— 


s 


.•s 


s 


: PI 


r :r 


d 


S| 


:d 


t, :- 


t, 


:t, 


d 


:d 


d :t, 


d 


Join 


to 


sing 


Piais 


- es 


to 


onr 


heav'n - ly 


Kin 


clior 


al 


song. 


An.l 


the 


grate 


fill 


notes pro - 


loni. 


S 


: R 


r :— 


r 


:r 


PI 


:s 


s :s 


PI 


PI 


:d 


Si :— 


Si 


:s, 


d 


:d 


s, :s, 


d 



Ket Eiz. 



THE ROBIN'S LULLABY. 



R :— 


-:r I 


1. Close be - 1 


•J.I 


will 


:3.Xes 


tie, 



R :— :r 

neath thy 
guard thee, 
ues - tie 



r :-:d 

moth - er's 
(lid I 

gent - ly 



wing, 
say? 
down, 



r :— 


:r 


Hir - 


die 


Let 


me 


Close thinel 



lay 
then 



:r 

thy 
that 
to 



R :— :s 

lit - tie 
word re 
sleep my 



call; 
dear. 



R :— :r 
I will 
God will 
Safe be - 



watch thy 
guard U3 
neath our 



slumbers, 
both, mv 



love, 



:r 

will 



guard thy 
lone pro- 



You and I I 



hav( 



r :- : d 

down - y 
tects us 
naught to 



bed. 
all. 
fear. 



1 A. S. KlEFFER. 










KeyG. 












m :s 


ir 


:rn 


d 


• 1| 


Is, 


d :s, 


|S| 


:s, 


n. 


:fi 


In, 


1. Look be 


-yond 


my 


eoul, 


and 


see 


2. L<., thy 


Cap- 


tain, 


Je - 


8U8, 


leads 


s :pi 


|r 


:t, 


d 


:d 


Id 


d :d 


It, 


:t, 


1, 


:f, 


Id, 



LOOK BEYOND. 







B. C. Unbeld. 


n :s 

d :d 

Zi - on's 
Forth to 


|1 .8 :n 

Id :d 

cit -y 
realms of 


t, :- 1- : 

fair; 
rest; 


s : n 


If .in:s 


8 :- 1- : 


d :d 


Id :d 


s, :- 1- : 



m :s |r :n 


d :1, 


Is, :— 


1, :d 


jn .r :d .t 


d :- 


d :s. Is, :s, 


m, :f. 


1 n, :— 


f. :f, 


Is, :s, .f, 


m, :- 


Gleaming ra - diant 
Vic - tor's wreaths shall 


as the 
bind thy 


sun, 
brow. 


Free from 
In his 


grief and 
man - sions 


care, 
blest 


s :n |r it. 


d td 


Id :- 


d :d 


|d .t, :ni .r 


d :- 


d :d It, :t, 


1, :f, 


Id, :- 


f, :1, 


Is, :s. 


d, :- 



h- 



D. t 










f.G. 


rs :d' 11 :r' 


s 


:f .r|n 


:s 


s :d' 11 :r' 


s :1 .t Id's :— 


ad :n |f :f 


m 


:r.t,|d 


: n 


m :pi If :f 


m :f ht, :- 


Lo, the race is 


al 


- most run ! 




Life's fierce strife will 


soon be done! 


There with saints and 


an 


- gels fair, 




Free from ev - ery 


earth-bom care, 


tpi :s |f :1 


S 


:8 |s 


i_d' 


d' :d' Id' :1 


s :s |Br :s 


ad :d If :f 


8 


:8, Id 


:— 


d :d If :f 


8 :s, |ds, :— 



n : 8 I r 


:m 


d tl. 


Is, t- 


1, :d In .r :d .t. 


d t- 


d :S| Is, 


:s, 


m, tf. 


|m, :- 


f, :f, Is, ts^f. 


rn, t- 


Glorious rest 


will 


soon be 


won! 


Yield not to des - 


pair. 


Thou Shalt end - 


less 


pleasure 


share, 


On his lov - ing 


breast. 


s tin |r 


:t, 


d td 


Id t- 


d td |d .t|tpi.r 


d t- 


d td It, 


:t, 


1, :f, 


|d, :- 

Copyright, 1882, e 


f, :1, Is, :s, 

Y BiGLOW St Main. 


d, t- 



CHRIST, WHOSE GLORY. 



57 



Kkv E. 




d :d |r :m 


f :-.f In :- 


8, :8, It, :d 
1. Christ, wLoso glo - ry 

2. Dark and cheer - loss 

3. Vis - it, then, this 


d :-.d|d :- 

fills tlio skies, 
is the morn, 
eoiil of mine, 


n : m |s :s 


1 :-.l Is :- 


d :d Is, :d 


f, :- .f, 1 d :- 


d :m !s :s 


1 :1 Is :- 


d :d !r :m 


d : r In :— 


Siiu of rijjht - eons - 
.Toy - less is the 
Fill lue, ra - diant 


ness, a - rise, 
day's re - turn, 
Sun di - vine. 


rn :1 |t :d' 


d' :t Id' :- 


d :1, Is, :d 


f :f Id :- 











R. Redhead 


d :d 


|r 


: n 


r 


:r Id :- 


3, :1, It, :d 

Christ, the true, the 
If thy light ia 
Pierce the Rloom of 


d 

on 
hid 

sin 


:t. Id :- 
- ly ligbt; 
from me; 
and Rrief, 


n : n 


Is 


:s 


1 


: 8 In :- 


d :1, 


Is, 


:d 


f, 


:s, Id :- 


d :n 


Is 


:s 


1 


:-.l|s :- 


d :d 

Triumph 
Till thy 
Scat -ter 


|r 

o'er 
mcr - 
aU 


:t. 
the 
cy'8 
my 


n :r .d It, :— 

shades of night : 
beams I see, 
nn - be - lief. 


s :s 


Is 


:s 


s 


:-.fe|s :- 


n :d 


It, 


: n 


d 


:-.r|s, :- 



|r 



n 



d :d It, :d 

Day-spring from on 
Till they in - ward 
More and more thy - 

s :s If :s 



n 



n 



|r :d 



f :-.f In 
d :-.d Id 

high, bo near, 
light im-part, 
self dis-play, 
1 :-.l Is 



.f. Id. :- 



d :t, Id :1, 

Day-star, in my 

Glad my eyes and 

Shining to the 

s :s |s :f 

n :r |d :f. 



d :t, Id :- 

S| :S| Is, :— 

heart ap - pear, 

warm my heart. 

per - feet day. 

n :r |n : — 

S| :S| |d :— 



KetF. 



LITTLE EYES, 



d :r In :- 


r :n id :— 


r :n 


If :s 


f :r |r 


I. Little eyes, 


lit - tie eyes, 


- pen 


wide with 


morning light, 


y. Little heart, 


lit - tie heart. 


Full of 


laugh-ter 


full of glee. 


3. Little hands, 


lit - tie hands, 


l$u8-y 


with the 


kite or doll. 


4. Little feet, 


lit - tie feet, 


Soft your 


pat - ter, 


light your load. 


d :r jn :— 


r : n i d :— 


r :n 


If :r 


d :t. Id 


Up - ward look. 


up - ward look, 


Heaven's 


morn is 


al - ways bright. 


Beat with love. 


beat with lovo. 


For the 


Lord who 


bless - es me. 


Le^im yo may, 


work or play, 


Dai - ly 


to do 


good to all. 


Do not stray. 


keep the way, 


Walk the straight and 


uar - row roa<L 



58 



Key G. 



;s, 
:S| 

il.In 

|2.WLer- 
IS.Green 



m :— :n [ t, td :r 
s, :— :s, Is, :— :1 
heayenly love a - 
ev - er he may 
jias - tures are be - 

d :— :d |f :m :r 
d, :- :d| Ir, :ni,:f| 



HEAVENLY LOVE. 



1, Is, 



B. C. Unseld. 



1. :-:f, is. 


:-:S| 

No 

No 

Which 


S| :— :s, Is, :— :S| 

change my heart shall 
want shall tiu-n me 
yet I have not 


S| :- 


bid - ing, 
guide me, 
lore me. 


fear, 
back 
seen 


f :- :- i m 


•— : PI 


r :— :n |f :— :s 


n :— 


f, :-:-|d, 


-:d, 


s, :— :s, |s, :— rs. 


d :- 



:s. 


m :— : m 1 1| : d : r 


d :-:l, Is, 


:-:d 


r :— :r | n :— :r 


r :— 


:S| 


S| :— :S| |s, :— :1| 


1, :-:f| !si 


:— :s. 


t, :-:t, |1, :-:l, 


t, :- 


And 


safe is such con - 


fid - ing. 


For 


noth - ing chang - es 


here. 


My 


Shep-herd is be - 


side me, 


And 


noth - ing can I 


lack. 


Bright 


skies will soon be 


o'er me, 


Where 


dark - est clouds have 


been. 


:S| 


d :— :d |f : n :r 


f :-:-|rn 


:— :m 


s :— : s |fe :— :fe 


s :— 


:s. 


d, :— :d, Ir, :m,:f, 


f, :-:-|d, 


:-:d 


s, :— :S| |r, :— :r. 


s, :— 



:S, 
:S, 
The 
His 

I My 



S :— :s |S :— :s 
S| :— :s, |S| :— :S| 
storm may roar with 
wis - dom ev - er 
hope I can - not 
t, :- :d |r :- :f 
S, :- :1, It, :- :r 



S :— :— Im :— :n 
S, ••— :— |S, :— :d 
out me ; j\Iy 

wak - - eth ; His 
meas - - ure, My 
PI :— :— |d :— : m 
d :- :-|d :- :d 



1 .— 


:s If :- 


••Pl 


f :- 


:P1 |r :- 


:d 


heart 


may low 


be 


sight 


IS nev - 


er 


path 


to life 


is 


1 :- 


:s If :- 


••pl 


f :- 


: PI Ir :— 


:d 



r :- 

t, :- 
laid; 
dim; 
free ; 
r :- 



:r 


m :— : Pl 1 Pl :— 


:P1 


1 :— 


:-|f 


— :r 


d:- 


:d |r :- 


:t, 


d:-:- 


:s, 


S, :- :se,|l, :- 


:ta, 


1, =- 


'■- |1| 


-=1, 


S, :- 


•S, |S| :— 


:S, 


S, :— :— 


But 


God is round 


a - 


bout 


me. 


And 


can 


I be 


dis- 


mayed? 


He 


knows the way 


he 


tak 


- eth. 


And 


I 


will walk 


with 


him. 


My 


Sav - iouris 


my 


treas 


- - ure, 


And 


he 


will walk 


with 


me. 


:t, 


d :-:r Id :- 


:d 


d :- 


:-|r 


— :f 


Pl :— 


:n|f :- 


:f 


Pl :— :— 


:S| 


d :- :t, 11, :- 


:s. 


f, :- 


=-!f, 


- :fi 


S| :- 


:S, |S, :- 


:S| 


d,:-:- 



Copyright, 1882, by Biglow & Main 



\ 



JosEHiNE Pollard. 


JOY-BELLS. 






Key C. 








Henry Tucker. 


s :s 11 .s :fe.s 


d' :s |1 .s :fe.s 


s :f If 


:rn 


m :r |r :— 


m : ni | f . m :re . m 


m :m if.pirre.m 


m :r |r 


:d 


d :t, It, :- 


I.Joy -bells ring - iiig, 


Children siug - iug, 


Fill the air 


with 


uiu - sic sweet; 


•-'.Joy-bells ring - ing. 


Children siug - iug, 


Hark! their voic 


- e.s. 


loud and clear ; 


3. Earth seems brighter, 


Hearts grow light-er, 


As the jo - 


cund 


uiel - o - dy 


1. Joy-bells near - er 


Sound, and clear-er. 


When the heart 


is 


free from care; 


d' :d' Id' :d' 


s :d' Id' :d' 


d' :s Is 


:s 


s :s Is :— 


d :d Id :d 


d :d Id :d 


d :t, It, 


:d 


s, :s, Is, :— 



59 



R :s |1 .s :fe .s 


d' :s 


|1 .s :fe.s 


d' :-.d' |r' 


:r' 


d' :t Id' 


d :m |f.ni:re.ni 


m :pi 


|f .m :re.R 


m :-.s If 


:1 


s :f |m 


Jo - cund meas - ure. 
Breaking o'er us. 
Charms our sad - ness, 
Skies are cheer - ing, 

s :d' jd' :d' 


Guileless 
Like a 
In - to 
And we're 

s :d' 


pleas - ure, 
cho - rus, 
glad - ness, 
hear - iug 
Id' :d' 


Make the chain 
From a pur - 
Peal - iug, peal 
Joy - bells ring - 

s :-.d' |1 


of 

er, 

-ing, 

ing 

:f' 


soug com - plete. 
hap - pier si)here 
joy - ful - ly. 
ev - ery - whore. 

n' :r' |d' 


d :d Id :d 


d :d 


Id :d 


d :-.rn |f 


:f 


s :s |d 



s :- 


- Id' :- 


r' :- 


- In' :- 


r' 


-.d' It 


:1 


s :f |R 


n :- 

Jov - 
Chil - 

d' :- 


- |m :- 

- bells! 
- (hen ! 

-is :- 


s :— 

Jov - 
Cliil - 
t :- 


- |s :— 

- bells! 
- dren! 

- Id' :- 


f 

Nev 
Nev 
t 


-.PI If 

- er, nev - 

- er, nev - 

-.d' |r' 


:f 

er 
er 

:t 


PI :r Id 

cease your ring 
cease your sing 

d' :s Is 


d :- 


- jd :- 


s :- 


- Id' :- 


S 


-.s Is 


:s 


d :d Id 



D.S. 



s. 



n : 


If 


: .f 


List, 


list. 


the 


d' : 


It 


: .t 



IPI 



song that swells, 

t :r' Id' :— 



Id 



PI 



Joy 
t 



bells ! 

Id' :- 



- Id' 



'Brightest Jc Best," by perm'ission. 



f 

Joy 
t 



In 

bells! 

Id' 
\d 



D.S. 



BRINGING IN THE SHEAVES. 



Key Ah. 


















A. J. Showalteb, by per. 


m .m :pi 


•,r 


d :S| 




d .d :d 


•>r 


PI :r 


PI .m :n .,r 


S| .S| :s, 

I. So wing in 
2.Sowing in 
3. Go, then, ev 

d .d :d 


•,fi 
the 
the 

- en 

•A 


m, :p1| 

mom - ing, 
sun - - shine, 
weep - ing, 
d :d 


PI, .PI, :S| 

Sowing seeds 
Sowing in 
Sowing for 

d .d :d 


.,s, 

of 
the 
the 
.,t, 


s, :S| 

kind - uess, 
shad - ows, 
Mas - ter, 
d :t, 


s, .S| :s, .,f, 

Sowing in the 
Fearing neither 
Tho' the loss sus 

d .d :d .,d 


d| .d, :d, 


.,d, 


d, :d, 




d| .d, rn. 


.,S, 


d :s. 


d| .d, :d, .,d. 


d :s, 




s, .,d :t, 


.1. 


S| :— 




s, .d :d .,m 


f :pi 


ni, :mi 

noon - tide 
clouds nor 
tained our 

d :d 




PI, .,s, :S| 

and the dew 
winter's chill 
spir - it oft 

d .,Pi :r 


.fe, 

- y 

ing 
en 

.d 


s, :— 
eve; 
breeze ; 
grieves ; 
t, :- 




PI, .pi| :p1| .,S| 

Waiting for the 
By and by the 
When our weeping's 

d .d :d .,d 


1, :s, 
har - vest, 
har - vest, 
- - ver, 

d :d 


d, :d, 




d| .,d, :r, 


•r, 


Si :— 




d| .d, :d, .,d. 


d, :d, 


d .d :d . 


^ 


PI 


:r 


PI .n :pi .,r 


d 




. 


s, .d :n 


,r 


d :- 


m, .m, :s, .,s, 

and the time of 
and the la - bor 
He will bid us 

d .d :d .,t, 


S| 
re 
en 
w 

d 


:S| 

ap - ing, 
d - ed, 
jl - come, 


s, .s, :s, .,se, 

We shall come re- 
We shall coraere- 
VVe shall comere- 

d .d :d .,t| 


1, :fi 
joic - ing, 
joic - ing, 
joic • ing, 
1, :d 


Pi,.S| :s, 

Bringing iu 
Bringing in 
Bringing in 

d .PI :s 


,s, 

the 
the 
the 
,f 


s, :— 

sheaves, 
sheaves, 
sheaves. 
PI :— 


d| .d| : pi| . 


A 


d 


:s, 


d| .d, :d| .,P1, 


f, 


: 


f, 


s, .s, :s, 


,s, 


d, :-■ 


m .,m :m 


.,rn 


PI :— 




f .,f :f 


',f 


f :- 


r .,r :r .,r 


s, .,s, :s, 


.,s, 


s, :— 




1. .,1. :1. 


.,1. 


1. 


Si .,Si :s, .,s. 


Bringing in 
Bringing in 


the 
the 


sheaves, 
golden sheav 


3S, 


Bringing in 
Bringing in 


the 
the 


sheaves, 
golden sheaves, 


We shall come re 


d .,d :d 


.,d 


d .,d :d 




d .,d :d 


.,d 


d .,d :d 


t, .,t, :t, .,t. 


d, .,d, :d, 


.,d, 


d, .,d, :d, 




f, .,f, :f, 


.,f. 


f. .,f. :f. 


s, .,S| :S| .,S| 


r :s 




s .,Pi :pi 


.,d 


r :— 




PI .,Pi :pi .,pi 


PI :— 


s, :t, 




d .,d :d 


.,d 


t, :- 




s, .,s, :s, .,s, 


s, :— 


joic ing, 

t, :r 




Bringing in 
PI .,s :s 


the 
.,S 


sheaves, 
S :— 




Bringing in the 
Bringing in the 

d .,d :d .,d 


sheaves, 
golden sheaves, 

d .,d :d 


8, :S| 






d .,d :d 


.,ni, 


s, :- 


- 




d .,d 


:d .,d 


d 


,d :d 



BRINGING IN THE SHEAVES. Concluded. 



61 



f .,f :f .,f 


f :- 


r .,r :r .,r 


r 


:s 


s .,in :pi .,r 


d 


1, .,1. :li .,1, 


1, :— 


S| .,S| :S| .,S| 


Sl 


:t, 


d .,S| :S| .,S| 


Sl 


Bringing in tho 


sheaves, 


Wo shall come re- 


joio - 


ing. 


Bringing in tho 


^h 


Bringing in tho 


goUlcn sheaves, 












d .,d :d .,d 


d.,d :d 


t, .,t, :t, .,t, 


t, 


:r 


ni.,s :s .,f 


PI 


f, .,f. :fi ..fi 


f, .,f, :f. 


s, .,s, :S| .,s, 


S| 


:s, 


S|.,S| :s, .,S| 


d, 



^heaves. 



Key A. 






REJOICE AND BE GLAD. 




E. r. Andkews 


:s, 


d :d 


:d .PI 


r :— 


:S| .s, 


r :r :r .f 


PI :— 


:Pi.f 


s :f :pi 


:m, 


m, : PI, 


:p1i.s, 


s, :— 


:S| .s, 


S| :s, :s, 


s, :— 


:S| 


s, :S| :S| 


il.Ro - 


jdice and 


bo 


glad. 


the Ko - 


dccnier is 


como. 


Go 


look on his 


^.lie - 


joice and 


be 


glad, 


it is 


sunshine at 


last, 


Tho 


clouds have de 


\:$.Ito - 


joicc and 


be 


glad, 


for the 


bloodbath been 


shed. 


Re - 


deniption is 


/l.Re ■ 


joice and 


be 


glad. 


for the 


Lamb that was 


slain 


O'er 


death is tri 


:d 


d :d 


:d 


t, :- 


:t, .t, 


t, :t, :t,.r 


d :- 


:d 


d :t, :d 


:d, 


d, :d, 


:d 


S| :— 


:S| .S| 


s, :S| :S| 


d :- 


:d| .r. 


PI, :r, :d| 



r :d :1, 


s, :pi :r 


d 


f, :1, :f, 


PI, :s, :f, 


m. 


era - die, his 


cross, and his 


tomb 


part - ed, tho 


shad - ows are 


past. 


tin - ished, the 


price hath been 


paid. 


mnphant, and 


liv - eth a - 


gain. 


1, :d :d 


d :d :t, 


d 


f, :f, :f, 


s, :s, :s, 


d, 



f 


.d 


S| 


.Sl 


Sound his 


PI 


.n 


d 


.d 



dj;, :t, :r.r 
S| :S| :f|.f| 

prais - es, tell the 



pi.r :r 

S| :s, 



:t,.t| 



r .d :d 



fi.piirni :s, \ 
sto - ry of ( 



:d :d 
:d, :d. 











/T\ 












PI .r :r 


:fe 


s :— :s .3 


3 .PI :m :pi .PI 


Pi.d:d 


:li 


3. 


:pi 


:r 


d :- 


feTrfe, 


:d 


t, :- :d.d 


d.S|:S| :S|.s, 


S| .Pi|:f| 


:f. 


Pl| 


:S| 


:f, 


PI, :— 


him -who 


■was 


slain, Sound his 


praises, tell with 


gladness, 


ho 


liv 


eth 


a - 


gain. 


d.t,:l, 


:r 


r :— :pi.pi 


pi.d :d :d .d 


d :1, 


:d 


d 


:d 


:t, 


d :- 


r, :r| 


:ri 


s, :- :d.d 


d :d :d,.d, 


d, :f, 


:fi 


Sl 


:S| 


:S| 


d, :- 



A. S. KlEFFEB. 



NEARER HOME. 



A. J. Showaltee, by per. 



Key G, 

-:s, .d 
|:s, .S| 

; Day by 

^Earthly 
y On our 

jrn .PI 
':d .d 



n :- .s :f .n 
d . :-.d :t|.d 

in til is land of 

(lay life's path grows 
friend - ships oft de - 
jour - ney may we 

s :- .n :r .d 
d :-.d :s,.l. 



f .d :- 


:t, .d 


r 


1. .1. :- 


:f, .n, 


s, 


sorrow, 


Day by 


(lay 


drearer — 


Earthly 


joy 3 


ceive us 


Beaming 


with 


nev - er 


Faint nor 


fal 


d .f :- 


:r .d 


t, 


f, .f, :- 


:s, .s, 


Si 



- .r 


:d .,r 


-.3, 


:S| .,s, 


we 


jonrney 


pass 


swiftly 


in - 


constant 


ter 


by the 


-.t, 


:d .,t, 


-.S| 


:n|.,S| 



on; 


And each 


by; 


But the 


ray; 


But the 


way; 


In the 


d :- 


- :n .n 


d :- 


- :d .d 



m :- .s :f .m 

d :- .d :t| .d 

fast succeed - iug 
thought of heav'n grows 

Sa,v - lour ne'er will 

glo - rious, glad for- 

s :- .PI :r .d 

d :-.d :s, .1, 



f.d :- 


:t, .,d 


r 


:-.f 


: n .,r 


d 


l,.l, :- 


••fi .,m, 


Si 


:-.s, 


:s, .,f, 


Pii 


morrow 


Finds our 


life - 


work 


near-er 


done. 


dearer. 


As our 


hopes 


and 


pleasures 


die. 


leave us 


In the 


dark 


and 


drear - y 


way. 


ev - er 


We shall 


rest 


in 


end - less 


day. 


d.f :- 


:r .,d 


t, 


:- .r 


:d .,t, 


d 


f, .f, :- 


:S| .,S| 


Si 


:-.S| 


:s, .,S| 


d, 



PI .f 

d .d 



Nearer } 



d 
d .d 



■:) 



s 


:- .3 


:f .PI 


d 


:- .d 


:t, .d 


home! 


yes. 


blessed 


R 


:- .PI 


:r .d 


d 


:-.d 


:s, .li 



f .f 



f, .f. 



f .f 



1, .1, :- 


:li .1, 


Saviour, 


Nearer 


d .d :- 


:d .d 



f, .f, 



PI 


:r .d 


r 


Si 


:s, .1, 


ti 


a 


Father's 


love 


PI 


:3 .fe 


S 



.d :t| .1, 



Nearer 
PI .PI 

d .d 



d :- .d 

S| :- .S| 

heav'ns e 

PI :- .PI 



:pi 


.3 


f .1, 


:- 


:li .li 


:s, 


.ta, 


1, .f, 


:— 


:f, .f, 


ter 


nal 


portal, 




Neai-er 


:d 


.d 


d .d 


:— 


:d .d 


:d 


.PI, 


f, .f, 


:— 


:fi .f, 



Si 


:- .d 


:n .,r 


d 


PI, 


:- .Pi| 


:s, .,f, 


m. 


to 


our 


home a 


bove 


d 


:- .d 


:t, .,t, 


d 


Si 


:- .3, 


:S| .,3, 


di 



MOURNER, CEASE THY WEEPING. 



63 



Key Bb. 










Si :s, |1| 


:li 


S| :- 


Id :- . 


t, :d Ir 


m, im, |f| 


:fi 


n, :— 


Is, :- 


S| :S| Is, 


1. Mourner, cease 
3.Raise thine eyes 

d :d Id 


thy 
to 

:d 


weep - 
heav - 

d :- 


- ing, 
• en. 

In :— 


Wipe the fall 
Wlicu thy spir 

r :m |f 


d| : d, 1 d, 


:d, 


d, :- 


Id, :- 


S| :s, Is, 



B. C. Unseld. 



:t. 


d : 


:S| 


S| :- 


ing 


tear ; 


its 


quail 


:r 


PI :- 


:s. 


d, : 



s, :s, 11, :1, 


s, :— 


Im :— 


r 


:r Id 


:d 


t, 


n, :m, |f, :f. 


m, :— 


Is, :- 


S| 


:S| Im, 


:S| 


s. 


God his watch is 


keep - 


-ins, 


TIk 


)" none else 


is 


near 


When by tempests 


driv - - 


en, 


lie 


irt and cour - 


ajre 


fail. 


d :d Id :d 


d :- 


Id :- 


t| 


:t| Id 


: m 


r 


d, :d. Id, :d. 


d, :- 


Id, :- 


S| 


:s, Is, 


:s, 


s. 



:t| 



He will nev 
He will ev 



Id 
Im, 



Is, :- 



S| :— |m, 

leave thee, 



hold 

n 
d, 



thee, 

Id 
Id, 



t, :t, Id :d 

r, :s, |S| :s, 

All thy wants he 

All thy bur - dens 

t, : r I m : d 

s, :si Id, :m, 



knows, 
share, 

t, :- 



m 


: m 


s, 


:s, 


li :- 


If :- 


n :r |d 


:t, 


d :- 


S| 


:s. 


im, 


:n. 


fi :— 


If. :- 


s, :1, Is, 


:f. 


m, :- 


Fee 


s the 


Iiain 


that 


grieves 


thee, 


Sees thy cares 


and 


woes. 


In 


his 


arms 


he'll 


fold 


thee, 


Safe from ev - 


ery 


snare 


d 


:d 


Id 


:d 


d :- 


|r :— 


d :f Im 


:r 


d :- 


d, 


:d. 


Id, 


:d, 


f. :- 


|r, :- 


m, :f. Is, 


:S| 


d, :- 



— ) 



:::) 



Copyright, 1882, by Biglow it Main. 



TEACHERS' INDEX. 



FIRST STEP. 



THIRD STEP— Continued. 



Blessed Rain, 
Great and Good, 
The Happ7 Scholar, 



PAGE 

32 
19 
20 



SECOND STEP. 



A Mothers Lullabv, . 


. 54 


Be Content. 


21 


Ding Dong, .... 


. 19 


Evening is Falling, 


20 


Hear our Evening Prayer, 


. 54 


Longings, 


49 


Round and Round, 


3.^ 


Swell the Anthem, 


55 


The Robin's Lullaby, . 


55 


The Mellow Horn, 


22 



THIRD STEP. 



Always Cheerful. 

Autumn Hymn, 

Bye, Baby, Bye, 

Don't Stop There, . 

In the Old Church Tower, 

It is I 

Jesus is Mine, 

Little Eyes, . . . . 

Mountaineer's Song, . 

Mourner, Cease thy Weeping, 

Never tell a Lie, . 

Ripple, Little Brook, 

Seek the Tender Shepherd, 

Somebody, . . . . 

Tarry with Me, . 

The Morning Light, 



The Wondrous Story, 
Why, Little Fly, 



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Angels of Dreamland, 

Anywhere, . 

Awake, .... 

Boat Song, . 

Bringing in the Sheaves, 

Christ, whose Glory, . 

Come, May, 

Evening Hymn, . 

Fair is the Morning Land, 

Hark! hark! my Soul, 

Heavenly Love, 

Jesus, Meek and Gentle. 

Joseph Ree, . 

Joy Bells, . 

Lo! my Shepherd's Hand, 

Look Beyond, 

Milman, . 

Nearer Home, . 

Rejoice and bo Glad, 

Summer Suns are glowing, 

Sweetly chimes the bell. 

Watch and Pray, 

We shall Rest, 



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Away with the Wine. . 
Brightly Breaks, 
Christmas Carol, 

Clay to Clay 

Sing, my Soul, 




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