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his kind permission to print the words of Nos. 1546-I
November 2, 1888.
IN issuing this new edition with an Appendix consistin of upwards of four hundred Anthems which have recentS appeared, the special attention of Precentors, Organists and Choirmasters is directed to the index of "Anthem suitable for certain days or seasons," which has bee A considerably enlarged, in the hope that it will be foun more valuable to those whose duty it is to select the music for "quires and places where they sing," and to assis them in making their selections with due regard to the Or Co sentiment of the words and their suitability for "certain days ND
May 19, 1898.
Thanks are hereby tendered to the proprietors of "Hyn Ancient and Modern," for their kind permission to print th words of several hymns; also to the Rev. F. G. Ellerton fo No. 1766; to Messrs. Macmillan & Co., for Nos. 1666 and 1741, by the late Lord Tennyson; to Messrs. James Nisbet & Co., for Nos. 1686 and 1901, by the late Dr. Bonar; Messrs. Smith, Elder & Co., for No. 1738, by the la Mrs. Browning; and to the Committee of the Provider (Row) Night Refuge, for whose benefit 1769 was written the late Miss Proctor.
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OF COMPOSERS, WITH LIST OF THEIR ANTHEMS
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EX OF COLLECTS, PRAYERS, &c. ...
ale Anthems are arranged in the chronological order of their Composers.
ete the same words have been set by more than one Composer, their names
dded in alphabetical order. The names of Composers who have set part of
e words within square brackets do not belong to the first setting, but to
LIST OF THEIR ANTHEMS.
ABT, FRANZ WILHELM. Born 1819. Died 1885.
O LORD, most holy
ADAMS, THOMAS. Organist of St. Alban's, Holborn.
Come unto Me
ALBERT, PRINCE CONSORT. 1861.
Out of the deep
1854 Unto us a Child is born
Open to me the gates
AITKEN, G. B. J. Organist of Hampstead Parish Church.
Like as the hart...
Oh, how great is Thy goodness 1863
1747 Born at Rosenau, Coburg, 1819. Died
ALCOCK, JOHN. Mus. Doc., Oxon., 1761 (? 1765). Born 1715. Chorister of St. Paul's. Organist of Lichfield Cathedral, 1749. Died 1806. Out of the deep ... 1334 Wherewithal shall a young man? 333 ALDRICH, VERY REV. HENRY, D.D. Church, Oxford, 1689. Died 1710.
Born 1647. Dean of Christ
Behold now, praise the LORD... 206
Not unto us 256 O give thanks unto the LORD 904 O praise the LORD, all ye heathen 278 Out of the deep 1334 We have heard with our ears ... 258
ALEXANDER, A. Organist of St. Andrew's Church, Southport.
O love the LORD...
Why seek ye the living?
Miserere mei, Deus
ALLEN, G. B. Mus. Bac., Oxon., 1852. Born April, 1822. Died at
Brisbane, November, 1897.
Almighty and everlasting GOD.. 1654
Mus. Doc., Oxon., 1864.
AMPS, W., M.A. Organist of King's College, Cambridge, 1855-1876. When I consider ...
ARNOLD, SAMUEL. Mus.
LORD, what love have I ?
ASTORGA, EMANUELL BARON D'.
395 *665 1491 19 712
Alleluia! Christus surrexit
O Rex Gloria (O King of Glory)
Chapel Master in Lorraine, and one of the earliest Madrigal writers. A.D. 1490-1556.
5 Hail, thou that art highly
Give ear unto my prayer
Give ear, O ye heavens
The LORD is my light
ARNOLD, G. B. Mus. Doc., Oxon., 1861. Organist of Winchester Cathedral, 1865.
Praise the LORD, O my soul 176 | The LORD is my Shepherd
Doc., Oxon., 1773. Born 1740. Pupil of succeeded as Organist and Composer to the Died 1802.
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O praise the LORD, all ye heathen 277
The LORD is King
Born at Palermo, 1681. Died 1736.