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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: DODO PR, 216 Seiten, L=216mm, B=140mm, H=12mm, Gew.=281gr, [GR: 25920 - TB/Musik/Allg. Handbücher/Lexika], [SW: - Music / Songbooks], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: POPULAR HYMNS Let all the world N. M Cnn bno -uif iP iM-J- r -f - --- -A 2 hct nil the orld m c - r or - mr MUSI M I. IH and Kuiu 1 8 --s I 8 1 The Insensate not iou luh lli priii-i ni. iv tin thir t x 2 The Chin ih i1h . ilins nnt t shout Nu tl Hir . iu k iith i mn t -i o n - s h 8 The earth is not t H hm, His prais-es But a - ttnvf, . nil the hrait Must Itear ln lone rtf jwrr -l - i - Lot all the world m n - r tt - ntr 51 4inl uiiil M in t k IlHiliH r tiuitl n It MI nritan only POPULAR HYMNS and their WRITERS By NORMAN MABLE London INDEPENDENT PRESS LTD. Memorial Hall, Farringdon Street, E. C. 4 The fineness which a hymn or psalm affords Is when the soul unto the lines accords. HERBERT, God sent His singers upon the earth With songs of gladness and of mirth, That they might touch the hearts of men, And bring them back to heaven again. LONGFELLOW. Sweet are the hymns that are sung to God by him who in his tribulation ever praises God. The beginning and end of every good religious man is to love God with the heart, to praise Him with the mouth, ana to edify ones brethren by example. THOMAS A, KEMPIS. A hymn is a song with praise of God. If thou praisest God ana singest not, thou utterest no hymn. If thou singest and praisest not God, thou utterest no hymn. A hymn then containeth these three things, Song, and praise, and that of God ST. AUGUSTINE, I will sing praise in the spirit, but I will also sing praise with the mind. . . Very well, then, brothers, when you meet together, each contributes something a song of praise, a lesson, a revelation, a tongue, an interpreta tion Good, but let everything be for edification, i Cor. 14 15 26. DR. MOFFATTS TRANSLATION The religious attitude ofeach age is expressed in it hymns The hymns of the twentieth century tend to speak little of in judgement and forgiveness and the hymns of the past often speak a language foreign to our generation, Yet these latter soundl the depths of Christianity, whereas the former often hardly go beneath the surface. Do we not need to recapture the spirit of such hymns as the Dm Iroe or RAckofAgss BIBLE RJUIJING PSLLOWSHEP Norss, PREFACE THIS is not a critical commentary, but a record of interesting facts concerning popular Christian hymns, and concise biographical sketches of their writers, gathered from many sources. The chapters are arranged in alphabetical order of authors names, with the first line of his or her most popular hymn or hymns. Although an endeavour has been made to include as many celebrated hymns as possible, certain favourites have had to be omitted either because their popularity is not universal, or because of a kck of sufficiently interesting information regarding hymn or author. For instance, the popularity of Rev. Silvester Homes fine hymn, For the might of Thine arm w bkss The, is confined mostly to Congregationalists while Crown Him with many crowns is famous the wide world over, but very little is known about it, or its original author, Matthew Bridges, and nothing of particular interest. Grateful thanks are due to the following representatives of deceased hymn-writers, for new information kindly sup plied Miss Mary H. Butler Mary Butler, Major E. W. B. Gill Thomas H. Gill, Mrs. W. H. Midlane Albert Midlane, Miss Katharine F. Pott Francis Pott and Miss Agnes E. Rashdall Katherine Hankey. I am obliged, also, to the Rev. W. J. Coates for permission to use his version ofEternal Father strong to save y and to Mr. John Archer who has kindly allowed me to quote from his article on Dr, Doddridge in the Congregational Quarterly. The quotations from Thomas k Kempis, Dr. Moflatts transla tion of the Bible, and the Bible Reading Fellowship Notes, are given by kind permission of llico of The British Weekly, Messrs. Hodder Stoughton, and the Bible Reading Fellowship, respectively. Finally, I would gladly acknowledge my indebtedness to Miss Nancie Gates-Warren for valuable assistance in the preparation of this work... POPULAR HYMNS Let all the world N. M Cnn bno -uif iP iM-J- r -f - --- -A 2 hct nil the orld m c - r or - mr MUSI M I. IH and Kuiu 1 8 --s I 8 1 The Insensate not iou luh lli priii-i ni. iv tin thir t x 2 The Chin ih i1h . ilins nnt t shout Nu tl Hir . iu k iith i mn t -i o n - s h 8 The earth is not t H hm, His prais-es But a - ttnvf, . nil the hrait Must Itear ln lone rtf jwrr -l - i - Lot all the world m n - r tt - ntr 51 4inl uiiil M in t k IlHiliH r tiuitl n It MI nritan only POPULAR HYMNS and their WRITERS By NORMAN MABLE London INDEPENDENT PRESS LTD. Memorial Hall, Farringdon Street, E. C. 4 The fineness which a hymn or psalm affords Is when the soul unto the lines accords. HERBERT, God sent His singers upon the earth With songs of gladness and of mirth, That they might touch the hearts of men, And bring them back to heaven again. LONGFELLOW. Sweet are the hymns that are sung to God by him who in his tribulation ever praises God. The beginning and end of every good religious man is to love God with the heart, to praise Him with the mouth, ana to edify ones brethren by example. THOMAS A, KEMPIS. A hymn is a song with praise of God. If thou praisest God ana singest not, thou utterest no hymn. If thou singest and praisest not God, thou utterest no hymn. A hymn then containeth these three things, Song, and praise, and that of God ST. AUGUSTINE, I will sing praise in the spirit, but I will also sing praise with the mind. . . Very well, then, brothers, when you meet together, each contributes something a song of praise, a lesson, a revelation, a tongue, an interpreta tion Good, but let everything be for edification, i Cor. 14 15 26. DR. MOFFATTS TRANSLATION The religious attitude ofeach age is expressed in it hymns The hymns of the twentieth century tend to speak little of in judgement and forgiveness and the hymns of the past often speak a language foreign to our generation, Yet these latter soundl the depths of Christianity, whereas the former often hardly go beneath the surface. Do we not need to recapture the spirit of such hymns as the Dm Iroe or RAckofAgss BIBLE RJUIJING PSLLOWSHEP Norss, PREFACE THIS is not a critical commentary, but a record of interesting facts concerning popular Christian hymns, and concise biographical sketches of their writers, gathered from many sources. The chapters are arranged in alphabetical order of authors names, with the first line of his or her most popular hymn or hymns. Although an endeavour has been made to include as many celebrated hymns as possible, certain favourites have had to be omitted either because their popularity is not universal, or because of a kck of sufficiently interesting information regarding hymn or author. For instance, the popularity of Rev. Silvester Homes fine hymn, For the might of Thine arm w bkss The, is confined mostly to Congregationalists while Crown Him with many crowns is famous the wide world over, but very little is known about it, or its original author, Matthew Bridges, and nothing of particular interest. Grateful thanks are due to the following representatives of deceased hymn-writers, for new information kindly sup plied Miss Mary H. Butler Mary Butler, Major E. W. B. Gill Thomas H. Gill, Mrs. W. H. Midlane Albert Midlane, Miss Katharine F. Pott Francis Pott and Miss Agnes E. Rashdall Katherine Hankey. I am obliged, also, to the Rev. W. J. Coates for permission to use his version ofEternal Father strong to save y and to Mr. John Archer who has kindly allowed me to quote from his article on Dr, Doddridge in the Congregational Quarterly. The quotations from Thomas k Kempis, Dr. Moflatts transla tion of the Bible, and the Bible Reading Fellowship Notes, are given by kind permission of llico of The British Weekly, Messrs. Hodder Stoughton, and the Bible Reading Fellowship, respectively. Finally, I would gladly acknowledge my indebtedness to Miss Nancie Gates-Warren for valuable assistance in the preparation of this work...

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POPULAR HYMNS Let all the world N. M Cnn bno -uif iP iM-J- r -f - --- -A 2 hct nil the orld m c - r or - mr MUSI M I. IH and Kuiu 1 8 --s I 8 1 The Insensate not iou luh lli priii-i ni. iv tin thir t x 2 The Chin ih i1h . ilins nnt t shout Nu tl Hir . iu k iith i mn t -i o n - s h 8 The earth is not t H hm, His prais-es But a - ttnvf, . nil the hrait Must Itear ln lone rtf jwrr -l - i - Lot all the world m n - r tt - ntr 51 4inl uiiil M in t k IlHiliH r tiuitl n It MI nritan only POPULAR HYMNS and their WRITERS By NORMAN MABLE London INDEPENDENT PRESS LTD. Memorial Hall, Farringdon Street, E. C. 4 The fineness which a hymn or psalm affords Is when the soul unto the lines accords. HERBERT, God sent His singers upon the earth With songs of gladness and of mirth, That they might touch the hearts of men, And bring them back to heaven again. LONGFELLOW. Sweet are the hymns that are sung to God by him who in his tribulation ever praises God. The beginning and end of every good religious man is to love God with the heart, to praise Him with the mouth, ana to edify ones brethren by example. THOMAS A, KEMPIS. A hymn is a song with praise of God. If thou praisest God ana singest not, thou utterest no hymn. If thou singest and praisest not God, thou utterest no hymn. A hymn then containeth these three things, Song, and praise, and that of God ST. AUGUSTINE, I will sing praise in the spirit, but I will also sing praise with the mind. . . Very well, then, brothers, when you meet together, each contributes something a song of praise, a lesson, a revelation, a tongue, an interpreta tion Good, but let everything be for edification, i Cor. 14 15 26. DR. MOFFATTS TRANSLATION The religious attitude ofeach age is expressed in it hymns The hymns of the twentieth century tend to speak little of in judgement and forgiveness and the hymns of the past often speak a language foreign to our generation, Yet these latter soundl the depths of Christianity, whereas the former often hardly go beneath the surface. Do we not need to recapture the spirit of such hymns as the Dm Iroe or RAckofAgss BIBLE RJUIJING PSLLOWSHEP Norss, PREFACE THIS is not a critical commentary, but a record of interesting facts concerning popular Christian hymns, and concise biographical sketches of their writers, gathered from many sources. The chapters are arranged in alphabetical order of authors names, with the first line of his or her most popular hymn or hymns. Although an endeavour has been made to include as many celebrated hymns as possible, certain favourites have had to be omitted either because their popularity is not universal, or because of a kck of sufficiently interesting information regarding hymn or author. For instance, the popularity of Rev. Silvester Homes fine hymn, For the might of Thine arm w bkss The, is confined mostly to Congregationalists while Crown Him with many crowns is famous the wide world over, but very little is known about it, or its original author, Matthew Bridges, and nothing of particular interest. Grateful thanks are due to the following representatives of deceased hymn-writers, for new information kindly sup plied Miss Mary H. Butler Mary Butler, Major E. W. B. Gill Thomas H. Gill, Mrs. W. H. Midlane Albert Midlane, Miss Katharine F. Pott Francis Pott and Miss Agnes E. Rashdall Katherine Hankey. I am obliged, also, to the Rev. W. J. Coates for permission to use his version ofEternal Father strong to save y and to Mr. John Archer who has kindly allowed me to quote from his article on Dr, Doddridge in the Congregational Quarterly. The quotations from Thomas k Kempis, Dr. Moflatts transla tion of the Bible, and the Bible Reading Fellowship Notes, are given by kind permission of llico of The British Weekly, Messrs. Hodder Stoughton, and the Bible Reading Fellowship, respectively. Finally, I would gladly acknowledge my indebtedness to Miss Nancie Gates-Warren for valuable assistance in the preparation of this work...

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