Hymns for the Greenwich Hospital Chapel (Relfe, Lupton)

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Editor Lupton Relfe
Publisher. Info. London: J. W. Galabin, 1789.
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General Information

Work Title Hymns composed for the Use of the Chapel of the Royal Hospital for Seamen, at Greenwich. Set to Music by Lupton Relfe
Alternative. Title
Composer Relfe, Lupton
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. ILR 1
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's see below.
  1. Hymn for Christmas Day - Arise and hail the sacred day
  2. Morning Hymn - Awake my soul and with the sun
  3. Evening Hymn - Glory to thee my God this night
  4. Hymn for Whitsunday - He's come! let ev'ry knee be bent
  5. Hymn for Trinity Sunday - O come loud anthems let us sing
  6. Hymn from Psalm CVII - They that in ships, 'midst dangers bold
  7. Hymn - Before Jehovah's awful throne
  8. Sacrament - My soul with grateful thoughts of love (Not set to music)
  9. Funeral Hymn - Life like a vain amusement flies
  10. Hymn for Easter Day - Jesus Christ is ris'n today
  11. Hymn for the Founders' Day - Great God! whose ever watchful eye
  12. Thanksgiving Hymn - Glory be to God our King
  13. Hymn for Comfort in Affliction - Great source of good! Almighty pow'r
First Publication. 1789
Language English
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Classical
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation voices, organ
Extra Information Many of the hymns have a chorus at the end - Hymns 1-4, 7, 10-12 end with a Hallelujah chorus.