Association Hymn Book (YMCA)

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Publisher. Info. New York: International Committee of Young Men's Christian Associations, 1904.
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Work Title Association Hymn Book
Alternative. Title For Use in Meetings for Men
Composer YMCA
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 36 subjects, 233 hymns:
Worship: General (Hymns 1-8)
1a. Bourgeois: Praise God, from who all blessings flow
1b. Anonymous: Gloria Patri
2. Haydn: O worship the King, all glorious above
3. Anonymous (arr. by Willis): Fairest Lord Jesus, Ruler of all nature
4. Mozart (arranged by Mason): O could I speak the matchless worth
5. Lowry: Come, we that love the Lord
6. Elvey: Crown Him with many crowns
7a. Holden: All hail the power of Jesus' name!
7b. Shrubsole: All hail the power of Jesus' name! - Second tune
8. Venua: Before Jehovah's awful throne
Worship: Morning (Hymn 9)
9. Dykes: Holy, holy, holy, Lord God Almighty!
Worship: Evening (Hymns 10-15)
10. Joseph: At even, ere the sun was set
11. Stebbins: Saviour, breathe an evening blessing
12. Brown: The day is past and over
13. Barnby: Now the day is over
14. Ritter (arranged by Monk): Sun of my soul! Thou Saviour dear
15. Weber: Softly now the light of day
Worship: Closing (Hymns 16-18)
16. Hopkins: Saviour, to Thy dear name we raise
17. Beethoven: May the grace of Christ our Saviour
18. Anonymous: Lord, dismiss us with Thy blessing
Worship: The Sabbath (Hymns 19-21)
19. Mason: O day of rest and gladness
20. Barnard: Blessed day, when pure devotions
21. Mason: Safely through another week
The Church (Hymns 22-24)
22. Wesley; The Church's one foundation
23. Haydn: Glorious things of thee are spoken
24. Croft: Oh, where are kings and empires now
The Scriptures (Hymns 25-29)
25. Greatorex: Father of mercies! In thy word
26. Störl (harmonized by Mendelssohn): O Word of God incarnate
27. Beethoven: The heavens declare thy glory, Lord
28. Mason: God, in the gospel of His Son
29. Bliss: Sing them over again to me
The Holy Spirit (Hymns 30-34)
30. Anonymous: Spirit of God, descend upon my heart
31. Gottschalk (arranged by Main): Holy Ghost! With light divine
32. Dykes: Our blest Redeemer, ere He breathed
33. Mason: Come, Holy Ghost! In love
34. Chetham: Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly Dove
Prayer and Praise (Hymns 35-46)
35. Lowry: I need thee every hour
36. Giardini: Come, thou almighty King
37. Hastings: From every stormy wind that blows
38. Kocher: For the beauty of the earth
39. Converse: What a friend we have in Jesus
40. Bradbury: Sweet hour of prayer
41. Kingsley: How sweet the name of Jesus sounds
42. Handel: Come, my soul, thy suit prepare
43. Mason: Prayer is the soul's most sincere desire
44. East: There is an eye that never sleeps
45. Dykes: My God, is any hour so sweet
46. Lahee: O for a thousand tongues to sing
Divine Love (47-54)
47. Zundel: Love divine, all love excelling
48. Sankey: There were ninety and nine
49. Lowry: Saviour! Thy dying love
50. Fischer: God loved the world of sinners lost
51. Sankey: "God is love!" - His Word proclaims it
52. Doane: Tell me the Old, Old Story
53. Webbe: New every morning is the love
54. Zundel: I was a wandering sheep
Christ: The Nativity (Hymns 55-60)
55. Willis: It came upon the midnight clear
56. Mendelssohn (arranged by Cummings): Hark! The herald angels sing
57. Smart: Angels, from the realms of glory
58. Handel: Joy to the world; The Lord has come!
59. Dykes: Hark! What mean these holy voices
60. Kocher: As with gladness men of old
Christ: Life and Ministry (Hymns 61-67)
61. Wallace: We may not climb the heavenly steeps
62. Baker: Jesus, thou joy of living hearts
63. Spohr: O Jesus, ever present
64. Mason: My dear Redeemer, and my Lord
65. Matthews: Thou didst leave Thy Throne
66. Havergal: I heard the voice of Jesus say
67. Bradbury: How sweetly flowed the gospel sound
Christ: The Cross (Hymns 68-75)
68. Hartsough: I hear Thy welcome voice
69. Mason: When I survey the wondrous cross
70. Doane: Jesus, keep me near the cross
71. Mason: There is a fountain filled with blood
72. Hassler (arranged by Bach: O sacred Head, now wounded
73. Stebbins: There is a green hill far away
74. Roe: Hail, thou once despised Jesus
75. Hastings: Majestic sweetness sits enthroned
Christ: The Resurrection (Hymns 76-81)
76. Dykes: Hark, ten thousand voices sounding
77. Sjolund: "Christ, the Lord, is risen to-day"
78. Filby: Lift your glad voices in triumph on high
79. Schneider: On wings of living light
80. Mason: Rise, glorious conqueror, rise
81. Sankey: On the resurrection morning
Christ: The Second Coming (Hymn 82)
82. Webbe: Lo! He comes, with clouds descending
Invitation (Hymns 83-94)
83. Bliss: "Almost persuaded"
84. Sankey: I have a Saviour, He's pleading in glory
85. Doane: Though your sins be as scarlet
86. Stebbins: Jesus is tenderly calling me home
87. Bliss: I gave My life for thee
88. Mason: To-day the Saviour calls
89. Gould: Behold a Stranger at the door
90. Bradbury: God calling yet! Shall I not hear
91. Palmer: While Jesus whispers to you
92. Baker: Art thou weary, art thou languid
93. Sankey: In the land of strangers
94. Case: While we pray, and while we plead
Penitential (Hymns 95-103)
95. Knecht: O Jesus, Thou art standing
96. Wesley: I need thee, precious Jesus!
97. Stebbins: Out of my bondage, sorrow and night
98. Doane: Pass me not, O gentle Saviour
99. Bradbury: Just as I am, without one plea
100. Langran: Weary of earth, and laden with my sin
101. Lowry: Heavenly Father, bless me now
102. Anonymous (arranged by Carr): Saviour when in dust to Thee
103. Sankey: Jesus, my Lord, to Thee I cry
Christian Service (Hymns 104-119)
104. Stebbins: True-hearted, whole-hearted
105. Jude: Jesus calls us, o'er the tumult
106. Mozart (arranged by Main): Hark! The voice of Jesus calling
107. Smart: O happy band of pilgrims
108. Schumann: Lord, speak to me, that I may speak
109. Jones: He that goeth forth with weeping
110. Doane: Rescue the perishing
111. Sankey: There are lonely hearts to cherish
112. Gauntlett: We give thee but thine own
113. Mason: Work for the night is coming
114. Zeuner: Go, labor on; spend and be spent
115. Jones: Father, hear the prayer we offer
116. Fischer: I love to tell the Story
117. Dunbar: My life, my love, I give to thee
118. Handel: Awake, my soul, stretch every nerve
119. Gauntlett: Oh, still in accents sweet and strong
Christian Warfare (Hymns 120-133)
120. Dykes: Christian, dost thou see them
121. Luther: A mighty fortress is our God
122. Cutler: The Son of God goes forth to war
123. Sankey: Encamped along the fields of light
124. Arne: Am I a soldier of the cross
125. Barnby: We march, we march to victory
126. Palmer: Yield not to temptation
127. Goss: Who is on the Lord's side?
128. Sherwin: Sound the battle cry
129. Elvey: Soldiers of Christ arise
130. Sullivan: Onward, Christian soldiers!
131. Mason: My soul, be on thy guard
132. Dykes: Oft in danger, oft in woe
133. Webb: Stand up! Stand up for Jesus!
Trial and Conflict (Hymns 134-142)
134. Matthews: God is my strong salvation
135. Weber (arranged by Main): My Jesus, as Thou wilt
136. Sullivan: Courage, brother! Do not stumble
137. Lane: In the hour of trial
138. Mason: Father! Whate'er of earthly bliss
139. Monk: Abide with me! Fast falls the eventide
140. Webbe: Come, ye disconsolate, where'er ye languish
141. Mason: Fight the good fight with all thy might
142. Wells: Holy Spirit, faithful Guide
Aspiration (Hymns 143-154)
143. Sherwin: Break thou the bread of life
144. Dykes: Burn holy fire within my breast
145. Bradbury: Lord, I hear of showers of blessing
146. Barnby: O One with God the Father
147. Fischer: Lord Jesus, I long to be perfectly whole
148. Mendelssohn: We would see Jesus—for the shadows lengthen
149. Woodbury: Take my heart, O Father! Take it
150. Mason: Nearer, my God, to Thee
151. Doane: More love to Thee, O Christ
152. Kingsley: Walk in the light
153. Anonymous: Lord, at thy mercy seat
154. Nares: Rise, my soul, and stretch thy wings
Love and Loyalty (Hymns 155-170)
155. Knecht: I lay my sins on Jesus
156. Doane: I am thine, O Lord
157. Main: Jesus, I my cross have taken
158. Elliott: O Jesus, I have promised
159. Towner: When we walk with the Lord
160. Gordon: My Jesus, I love Thee, I know Thou art mine
161. Dykes: Jesus, these eyes have never seen
162. Hemy (altered by Walton): Faith of our fathers! Living still
163. Stebbins: Take time to be holy
164. Malan: Take my life, and let it be consecrated
165. Havergal: There is a Name I love to hear
166. Dykes: Jesus, the very thought of Thee
167. Turpin: In full and glad surrender
168. Burrowes: My God, accept my heart this day
169. Barnby: O Jesus, King most wonderful
170. Oliver: Jesus, and shall it ever be
Faith and Trust (Hymns 171-178)
171. Stewart: I am trusting thee, Lord Jesus
172. Stockton: Come, every soul by sin oppressed
173. Anonymous: How firm a foundation, ye saints of the Lord
174. Conkey: In the cross of Christ I glory
175. Reinagle: While thee I seek, protecting Power
176. Bradbury: My hope is built on nothing less
177. Dykes: The King of love my shepherd is
178. Mason: My faith looks up to thee
Refuge and Rest (Hymns 179-186)
179. Dykes: Jesus, lover of my soul
180. Koschat: The Lord is my Shepherd
181. Sankey: O safe to the Rock that is higher than I
182. Main: In heavenly love abiding
183a. Hastings: Rock of Ages, cleft for me
183b. Redhead: Rock of Ages, cleft for me - Second tune
184. Tourjée: There's a wideness in God's mercy
185. Sankey: Under His wings I am safely abiding
186. Anonymous (harmonized by Main): O my Redeemer
Peace (Hymn 187)
187. Caldbeck: Peace, perfect peace
Guidance (Hymns 188-199)
188. Converse: Traveling to the better land
189. Bradbury: Saviour, like a shepherd
190. Bradbury: He leadeth me! O blessed thought
191. Haydn: Brightly gleams our banner
192. Lowry: All the way my Saviour leads me
193. Neumark: If thou but suffer God to guide thee
194. Gould: Jesus, Saviour, pilot me
195. Barnby: Gently, Lord, O gently lead us
196. Dykes: Lead, kindly Light, amid th'encircling gloom
197. Hastings: Guide me, O thou great Jehovah
198. Pleyel: Children of the heavenly king
199. Main: Hold thou my hand
Christian Fellowship (Hymn 200)
Christian Missions (Hymns 201-209)
The Future Life (Hymns 210-217)
Our Country (Hymns 218-221)
For Those at Sea (Hymns 222-225)
Death and Burial (Hymns 226-228)
Student Hymn (Hymn 229)
Anniversary Hymn (Hymn 230)
Dedication Hymns (Hymns 231-232)
The New Year (Hymn 233)
First Publication. 1904
Language English
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Romantic
Piece Style Early 20th century
Instrumentation male chorus
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