A Dictionary of Hymnology/A
A Dictionary of Hymnology
A Dictionary of Hymnology
A Dictionary of Hymnology
DICTIONARY OF HYMNOLOGY.
Table of contents
(not individually listed)
A. C. C.
A. K. B. G.
A. L. P.
A. L. W.
A. M. G.
A. R. C.
A. R. T.
A. R. W.
A. T. R.
A beautiful land by faith I see
A car of fire is on the air
A charge to keep I have
A children's temple here we build
A day, a day of glory
A debtor to mercy alone
A few more years shall roll
A form of words though e'er so sound
A fountain of Life and Grace
A friend there is; your voices join
A fulness resides in Jesus our Head
A glance from heaven, with sweet effect
A glory in the word we find
A good High Priest is come
A helm upon my brow I wear
A little child the Saviour came
A little flock! So calls He thee
A little lamb went straying
A little ship was on the sea
A little while and every fear
A little while—our Lord shall come
A look to Jesus saves the soul
A mighty mystery we set forth
A mourning class, a vacant seat
A nation God delights to bless
A Patre Unigenitus
A pilgrim through this lonely world
A sinful man am I
A solis orbitû cardine. Ad usque
A solis orbitû cardine Et usque terrae limitem
A sure and tried foundation stone
A thousand oracles divine
A time to watch, a time to pray
A voice comes from Ramah
A voice upon the midnight air
A widow poor, forlorn, oppressed
A widowed mother lost her son
Abash'd be all the boast of Age
Abba Father! we approach Thee
Abba Father, while we sing
Abba, gentle Jesus prayed
Abide in me, and I in you
Abide with me, fast falls the eventide
Above, below, where'er I gaze
Above the clear blue sky, In heaven's, &c.
Abraham, when severely tried
Absent from flesh, O blissful thought
Accept, O Lord, Thy servant's thanks
Accept our thanks, O Lord, we pray
Accepted, Perfect, and Complete
Accepting, Lord, Thy gracious call
According to Thy gracious word
According to Thy mercy, Lord
Ach Gott vom Himmel, sieh darein
Ach Gott, wie manches Herzeleid
Ach Jesu, dein Sterben
Ach! lehre mich ein Kindlein sein
Ach! treuer Gott, barmherzigs Herz
Ach, uns wird das Herz so leer
Acquaint thee, O mortal
Ad celebres, Rex coelice, laudes cuncta
Ad coenam Agni providi
Ad laudes Salvatoris
Ad perennis vitae fontem mens sitivit arida
Ad regias Agni dapes
Ad templa nos rursus vocat
Adam descended from above
Adam, our father and our head
Adam of St. Victor
Adami, Johann Christian
Adams, John Greenleaf
Adams, John Quincy
Adams, Sarah, née Flower
Ades Pater supreme
Adeste, Coelitum chori
Adeste fideles laeti triumphantes
Adesto sancta Trinitas
Adored for ever be the Lord
Adoro Te devote, latens Deitas
Adsis superne Spiritus, Pater benigne pauperum
Adsunt tenebrae primae
Advance, advance, the day is come
Adversa mundi tolera
Aeterna Christi munera, Et martyrum victorias
Aeterna Christi munera, Apostolorum gloriam
Christo profusum sanguinem
Aeterni coeli gloria
Aeterna lux, Divinitas!
Aeterne Rector siderum
Aeterne rerum conditor
Aeterne Rex altissime, Redemptor
Aeterni Festi gaudia
Aeterni Patris Unice
Afflicted by a gracious God
Afflicted soul, to Jesus dear
Affliction is a stormy deep
Again from calm and sweet repose
Again our ears have heard the voice
Again our earthly cares we leave
Again the Church's year hath run its round
Again the day returns of holy rest
Again the Lord of life and light
Again the morn of gladness
Again we lift our voice
Ἄγε μοι, λίγεια φόρμιγξ
Ἄγε μοι ψυχὰ
Age after age has called her blessed
Ages, ages have departed
Agnes, fair martyr
Agnoscat omne saeculum
Agnus Dei Qui tollis peccata mundi
Ah, I shall soon by dying
Ah Jesus, let mehear Thy voice
Ah, Lord, with trembling I confess
Ah, lovely appearance of death
Ah, mournful case, what can afford
Ah, my dear Lord, Whose changeless love
Ah, my dear loving Lord
Ah, what a wretch am I
Ah, when shall I awake
Ah, whither flee, or where abide
Ah, whither should I go
Ah, why am I left to complain
Ah, wretched souls who strive in vain
Ah, wretched, vile, ungrateful heart
Aikin, Anna L.
Aird, Marion Paul
Akerman, Lucy Evelina, née Metcalf
Alanus de Insulis
Alas! and did my Saviour bleed
Alas! by nature how depraved
Alas! what hourly dangers rise
Alberti, or Albert, Heinrich
Albertini, Johann Baptist
Albinus, Johann Georg
Alderson, Eliza Sibbald, née Dykes
Ales diei nuntius
Alexander, Cecil Frances, née Humphreys
Alexander, James Waddell
Alexander, Joseph Addison
Alexander, Sir William
Alexander, William Lindsay
All around us, fair with flowers
All creation groands and travails
All from the sun's uprise
All glorious God, what hymns of praise
All glory and praise to Jesus our Lord
All glory to God in the sky
All glory to our gracious Lord
All hail, dear Conqueror, all hail
All hail, Incarnate God
All hail, mysterious King
All hail, Redeemer of mankind
All hail the glorious morn
All hail! the power of Jesus' Name.
All hail, Thou great Redeemer, hail
All hail, Thou Resurrection
All hail, triumphant Lord
All hail, victorious Lord
All hail, ye blessed band
All hearts to Thee are open here
All heaven was hush'd, Our risen Lord
All is bright and gay around us
All is o'er;—the pain, the sorrow
All knowing God! 'tis Thine to know
All mortal vanities be gone
All people that on earth do dwell
All powerful, self-existent God
All praise to Him who dwells in bliss
All praise to our redeeming Lord
All praise to the Lamb! Accepted I am
All praise to Thee, who didst command
All-seeing God, Thy love sustains
All thanks be to God
All thanks to the Lamb, Who gives us to meet
All that I was, my sin, my guilt
All that's good, and great, and true
All the night and nothing taken
All the night so dark and drear
All the sacrifice is ended
All the world in sin was lying
All things are possible to him
All things are ready, Come
All things are ready! there's a place of rest
All things bright and beautiful
All things praise Thee, Lord most high
All we like wandering sheep have strayed
All wondering on the desert ground
All ye Gentiles, praise the Lord
All ye that fear Him, praise the Lord
All ye that (who) love the Lord, rejoice
All ye that pass by
All ye who faithful servants are
All ye who seek a rest above
All yesterday is gone
Alle Christen singen gerne
Alleluia = Hallelujah
Alleluia, dulce carmen
Alleluia nunc decantet
Alleluia piis edite laudibus
Alleluia, sing to Jesus
Alleluia! With a diadem of beauty
Allendorf, Johann Ludwig Conrad
Alles ist an Gottes Segen
Alline, Henry (Allen)
Allsop, Solomon S.
Alma Redemptoris Mater quae pervia coeli
Almighty Author of my frame
Almighty Father, bless the word
Almighty Father, God of grace
Almighty Father, gracious Lord
Almighty Father, heaven and earth
Almighty Father, let Thy love
Almighty Father of mankind
Almighty Father! robed with light
Almighty Father, Thou hast many a blessing
Almighty God, be Thou our Guide
Almighty God, Eternal Lord
Almighty God, in humble prayer
Almighty God of love
Almighty God, the pure and just
Almighty God, Thy Name I praise
Almighty God, Thy piercing eye
Almighty God, Thy sovereign power
Almighty God, Thy word is cast
Almighty God, to-night
Almighty God, whose only Son
Almighty King, whose wondrous hand
Almighty Lord and King
Almighty Maker, God!
Almighty Maker, Lord of all
Almighty Ruler of the skies
Almum flamen, vita mundi
Alone! to land alone upon that shore
Altenburg, Johann Michael
Altus Prosator, Vetustus
Alway in the Lord rejoice
Am Grabe stehn wir stille
Am I a soldier of the Cross?
Am I poor, do men despise me?
Amazing grace, how sweet the sound
Amazing love! transcendent grace
Ambrosius (St. Ambrose)
Amen to all that God hath said
Amidst the cheerful bloom of youth
Amidst the mighty, where is he
Amidst Thy wrath, remember love
Amidst us our Beloved stands
Among the deepest shades of night
Amplest grace with Thee I find
Ancient of ages! humbly bent before Thee
And am I born to die?
And am I only born to die?
And are our joys so quickly fled?
And are we now brought near to God
And are we wretches still alive?
And are we yet alive?
And art Thou, gracious Master, gone?
And art thou with us, gracious Lord?
And can it be that I should gain
And can my heart aspire so high
And did the Holy and the Just
And did the Son of God appear
And dost Thou fast, and may I feast?
And have I, Christ, no love for Thee
And have I measured half my days?
And is it so? A little while
And is it true, as I am told?
And is my soul with Jesus one?
And is salvation brought so near?
And is the gospel peace and love?
And is the time approaching?
And is there in God's world so drear a place?
And is there, Lord, a cross for me?
And is this life prolonged for me?
And let our bodies part
And let this feeble body fail
And live I yet by power divine?
And may i hope that when no more
And must I be to judgment brought?
And must I part with all I have?
And must this body die?
And now another day is gone, I'll sing, &c.
And now, 'mid myriad worlds enthroned
And now, my soul, another year
And now the wants are told that brought
And will the Eternal King
And will the great Eternal God?
And will the Judge descend?
And will the Lord thus condescend?
And will the majesty of heaven?
And will ye go away?
And wilt Thou now forsake me, Lord?
And wilt Thou yet be found?
Anderson, John (1804–1867)
Anderson, John (b. 1820)
Anderson, Maria Frances
Andreä, Johann Valentin
Andrew, St., of Jerusalem
Angel of God, whate'er betide
Angel voices ever singing
Angel voices sweetly singing
Angelice Patrone, Beate Spiritus
Angels, assist to sing
Angels from the realms of glory
Angels from your blissful stations
Angels roll the rock away
Angels round the throne are praising
Angels that high in glory dwell
Angels where'er we go attend
Anima Christi sanctifica me
Anni peractis mensibus
Annue Christe saeculorum Domine
Ἄνωθεν, παρθένοι, βοῆς ἐγερσίνεκρος ἧχος
Another called, another brought, &c.
Another day begun!
Another day has past along
Another portion of the span
Another six days' work is done
Another week begins
Another week for ever gone
Another week has passed away
Another year has now begun
Another year has passed away
Another year hath fled, renew
Another year is dawning
Anton Ulrich of Brunswick
Apelles von Löwenstern
Apostle of our own dear home
Apostles of the risen Christ, go forth
Apparebit repentina dies magna Domini
Approach, my soul, the mercy seat
Aquinas, St. Thomas
Are there not in the labourer's day?
Are we doing as we should do?
Are we not sons and heirs of God?
Are your souls the Saviour seeking?
Arends, Wilhelm Erasmus
Arglwydd arwain trwy'r anialwch
Arise, and follow me
Arise and hail the happy (sacred) day
Arise, in all Thy splendour, Lord
Arise, my soul, arise, Shake off, &c.
Arise, my soul, arise, This earth, &c.
Arise, my soul, arise, Thy (The) Saviour's sacrifice, &c.
Arise, my soul, in songs to own
Arise, my soul, my joyful powers
Arise, my soul, nor dream the hours
Arise, my tenderest thoughts, arise
Arise, ye people, and adore
Arise, ye saints, arise
Arise, your voices all unite
Arm of the Lord, awake, awake. The terrors, &c.
Arm of the Lord, awake, awake. Thine own, &c.
Armstrong, Florence Catherine
Arnds, W. E.
Arndt, Ernst Moritz
Around the throne of God, a band (in circling band)
Around the throne of God in heaven Thousands of children
Around the throne of grace we meet
Around Thy grave, Lord Jesus
Around Thy table, Holy Lord
Around Thy table, Lord, we meet
Arrayed in majesty divine, What power, &c.
Arrayed in robes of virgin white
Art thou acquainted, O my soul?
Art thou, Lord, rebuking nations
Art thou, sinner, sighing, weeping
As birds their infant brood protect
As Christ our Saviour's gone before
As for Thy gifts we render praise
As helpless as the (a) child who clings
As high as the heavens, and as vast
As many as in Adam die
As morn to night succeeds
As much have I of worldly good
As nigh Babel's streams we sate
As oft with worn and weary feet
As panting, in the sultry beam
As pants the hart for cooling springs
As pants the hart for cooling streams
As pants the hart for water-brooks
As pants the wearied hart for cooling streams
As showers on meadows newly mown
As some tall rock amidst the waves
As the dew from heaven distilling
As the hart, with eager looks
As the sun's enlivening eye
As thy day thy strength shall be
As to His earthly parents' home
As various as the moon
As when the deluge waves were gone
As when the weary traveller gains
As with gladness men of old
Ascend Thy throne, Almighty King
Ascended Lord, accept our praise
Aschenfeldt, Christoph Carl Julius
Ask, and ye shall receive
Ask, and ye surely shall receive
Asleep in Jesus! blessed sleep
Asleep in Jesus, wondrous sleep
Ἄσωμεν μαντες λαοί
Aspice, infami Deus ipse ligno
Aspice ut Verbum Patris a supernis
Assembled at Thy great command
Assembled in Thy house of prayer
Astley, Charles Tamberlane
Astonished and distressed
At even ere the sun was set
At evening time let there be light
At every motion of our breath
At God's right hand in countless numbers
At length the worst is o'e, and Thou art laid
At length the restless heart is still
At the tomb where Christ hath been
At Thy command, our dearest Lord
At Thy feet, O Christ, we lay
At Thy Feet, our God and Father
At Thy transfiguration, Lord
Atchinson, Jonathan Bush
Attend, and mark the solemn fast
Attend, my ear, my heart rejoices
Attend, while God's exalted Son
Attend, ye tribes that dwell remote
Attolle paullum lumina
Atwood, Henry Adams Sergison
Auctor beate saeculi
Audi, benigne Conditor
Audi nos, Rex Christe
Audimur: almo Spiritus
Auf, auf, ihr Reichsgenossen
Auf, auf, weil der Tag erschienen
Aufer immensam, Deus, aufer iram
Auferstehn, ja auferstehn wirst du
Aurea luce et decore roseo
Aurora jam spargit polum
Aurora lucis dum novae
Aurora lucis rutilat
Aurora vails her rosy face
Aus Lieb' verwundter Jesu mein
Aus tiefer Noth schrei ich zu dir
Αὕτη ἡ κλητή
Author of all in earth and sky
Author of faith, Eternal Word
Author of faith, on me confer
Author of faith, to Thee I cry
Author of faith, we seek Thy face
Author of friendship's sacred tie
Author of life divine
Author of life, with grateful heart
Author of our salvation, Thee
Author of peace unknown
Ave Christi Corpus verum
Ave! Colenda Trinitas
Ave Jesu! Ere we part
Ave Jesu, Qui mactaris
Ave Maria, blessed Maid
Ave maris stella
Ave, plena gratiâ, cujus
Ave regina coelorum
Ave verum corpus natum
Aveling, Thomas William Baxter
Awake, again the Gospel trump is blown
Awake, and sing the song
Awake, awake, my sluggish soul
Awake, awake, O Zion
Awake, awake the sacred song
Awake, glad soul, awake, awake
Awake, Jerusalem, awake
Awake, my heart, arise my tongue
Awake, my love, awake, my joy
Awake, my soul, awake, my tongue
Awake, my soul, in (to) joyful lays
Awake, my soul, lift up thine eyes
Awake, my soul, stretch every nerve
Awake, my soul, to grateful praise
Awake, my soul, to meet the day
Awake, my zeal, awake, my love
Awake, our drowsy souls
Awake, our souls, and bless His name
Awake, our souls, away our fears
Awake, sweet gratitude, and sing
Awake, sweet harp of Judah, wake
Awake, ye saints, and raise (lift) your eyes
Awake, ye saints, to praise your King
Away, dark thoughts, awake, my joy
Away from every mortal care
Away, my needless fears
Away, my unbelieving fear
Away, thou dying saint, away
Away with death, away
Away with our fears, Our troubles and tears
Away with my (our) fears! The glad morning appears
Away with our sorrow and fear
Awhile in spirit, Lord, to Thee
Aylward, James Ambrose
Ayres, H. C.
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