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Cherubim And Seraphim Hymn Book

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Safe font used to prevent de-formatting. Ultra-light encoding to minimize file size AND more Carousel Link. There is no limit to download time - you can download the softcopy from your e-mail inbox as many times as you wish, and the download link never expires! In his brother, Lord Glenelg, published twelve of his poetical pieces, and a new edition in The volume contains the more or less well-known hymns -- The starry firmament on high.

Saviour, when in dust to Thee, and -- When gathering clouds around I view. Sir Robert's death, when scarcely past his prime, would indicate a decline by reason of illness, and perhaps other serious affliction, that justified the poetic license in the submissive verses beginning -- Thy mercy heard my infant prayer.

Oh, yet this bosom feels the fire, This trembling hand and drooping lyre Have yet a strain for Thee. Several musical pieces written to the hymn, "O, Worship the King," have appeared in church psalm-books, and others have been borrowed for it, but the one oftenest sung to its words is Haydn's "Lyons. Samuel Stennett D. Joseph Stennett, and grandson of Rev. Joseph Stennett D.

All were Baptist ministers. Samuel was born in , at Exeter, Eng. Majestic sweetness sits enthroned His head with radiant glories crowned, His lips with grace o'erflow. Samuel Stennett was one of the most respected and influential ministers of the Dissenting persuasion, and a confidant of many of the most distinguished statesmen of his time. The celebrated John Howard was his parishoner and intimate friend. His degree of Doctor of Divinity was bestowed upon him by Aberdeen University.

Besides his theological writings he composed and published thirty-eight hymns, among them -- On Jordan's stormy banks I stand, When two or three with sweet accord, Here at Thy table, Lord, we meet, and -- "'Tis finished," so the Saviour cried.

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Stennett died in London, Aug. For fifty or sixty years "Ortonville" has been linked with this devout hymn, and still maintains its fitting fellowship. The tune, composed in , was the work of Thomas Hastings, and is almost as well-known and as often sung as his immortal "Toplady. Its author, the Rev.

Edward Perronet, son of Rev. Vincent Perronet, Vicar of Shoreham, Eng. He was born in , and, though eighteen years younger than Charles Wesley, the two became bosom friends, and it was under the direction of the Wesleys that Perronet became a preacher in the evangelical movement. Lady Huntingdon later became his patroness, but some needless and imprudent expressions in a satirical poem, "The Mitre," revealing his hostility to the union of church and state, cost him her favor, and his contention against John Wesley's law that none but the regular parish ministers had the right to administer the sacraments, led to his complete separation from both the Wesleys.

He subsequently became the pastor of a small church of Dissenters in Canterbury, where he died, in January, His piety uttered itself when near his happy death, and his last words were a Gloria. All hail the power of Jesus' name!

Let angels prostrate fall; Bring forth the royal diadem, To crown Him Lord of all. Sinners, whose love can ne'er forget The wormwood and the gall, Go, spread your trophies at His feet, And crown Him Lord of all. Let every tribe and every tongue That bound creation's call, Now shout the universal song, The crowned Lord of all. With two disused stanzas omitted, the hymn as it stands differs from the original chiefly in the last stanza, though in the second the initial line is now transposed to read -- Ye chosen seed of Israel's race.

The fourth stanza now reads -- Let every kindred, every tribe On this terrestrial ball To Him all majesty ascribe, And crown Him Lord of all.

And what is now the favorite last stanza is the one added by Dr. Everyone now calls it "Old Coronation," and it is entitled to the adjective by this time, being considerably more than a hundred years of age.

It was composed in the very year of Perronet's death and one wonders just how long the hymn and tune waited before they came together; for Heaven evidently meant them to be wedded for all time. This is an American opinion, and no reflection on the earlier English melody of "Miles Lane," composed during Perronet's lifetime by William Shrubsole and published with the words in in the Gospel Magazine. There is also a fine processional tune sung in the English Church to Perronet's hymn.

The little pipe organ on which tradition says he struck the first notes of the famous tune is now in the Historical rooms of the Old State House, Boston, placed there by its late owner, Mrs.


Fanny Tyler, the old musician's granddaughter. Its tones are as mellow as ever, and the times that "Coronation" has been played upon it by admiring visitors would far outnumber the notes of its score.

Holden wrote a number of other hymn-tunes, among which "Cowper," "Confidence," and "Concord" are remembered, but none of them had the wings of "Coronation," his American "Te Deum. He also wrote and published "Mt. Vernon," and several other patriotic anthems, mainly for special occasions, to some of which he supplied the words. He was no hymnist, though he did now and then venture into sacred metre.

The new Methodist Hymnal preserves a simple four-stanza specimen of his experiments in verse: They who seek the throne of grace Find that throne in every place: If we lead a life of prayer God is present everywhere.

Sacred music, however, was the good man's passion to the last. He died in But I can write no more. Dwight of Yale College It was often sung by the college choir, while he, catching, as it were, the music of the heavenly world, would join them, and lead with the most ardent devotion. William Hammond, and published in Lady Huntingdon's Hymn-book. It was much in use in early Methodist revivals. It appears now as it was slightly altered by Rev.

The Rev. William Hammond was born Jan. John's College, Cambridge.

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Early in his ministerial life he was a Calvinistic Methodist, but ultimately joined the Moravians. Died in London, Aug. His collection of Psalms and Hymns and Spiritual Songs was published in Martin Madan, son of Col.

Madan, was born He founded Lock Hospital, Hyde Park, and long officiated as its chaplain. As a preacher he was popular, and his reputation as a composer of music was considerable. There is no proof that he wrote any original hymns, but he amended, pieced and expanded the work of others. Died in The hymn has had a variety of musical interpretations.

The more modern piece is "St.

Received his Doctor's degree from the Archbishop of Canterbury in He was born in Buckingham, Eng. His spiritual maturity was early, and his habits of thought were formed amid associations such as the young Wesleys and Whitefield sought. Like them, even in his student days he proved his aspiration for purer religious life by an evangelical zeal that cost him the ridicule of many of his school-fellows, but the meetings for conference and prayer which he organized among them were not unattended, and were lasting and salutary in their effect.

Jesus was the theme of his life and song, and was his last word. Hail, ye saints, th' exalted Saviour, Let His courts with praise resound. Its strain and spirit are lofty and melodious and in entire accord with the pious poet's praise. Joseph Haydn, son of a poor wheelwright, was born , in Rohron, a village on the borders of Hungary and Austria.

His precocity of musical talent was such that he began composing at the age of ten years. Prince Esterhazy discovered his genius when he was poor and friendless, and his fortune was made. While Music Master for the Prince's Private Chapel twenty years he wrote many of his beautiful symphonies which placed him among the foremost in that class of music.

Invited to England, he received the Doctor's degree at Oxford, and composed his great oratorio of "The Creation," besides his "Twelve Grand Symphonies," and a long list of minor musical works secular and sacred. His invention was inexhaustible. Haydn seems to have been a sincerely pious man.

When writing his great oratorio of "The Creation" at sixty-seven years of age, "I knelt down every day," he says, "and prayed God to strengthen me for my work. It all came to me from above.

It is not so common in the later hymnals, but it is imperishable, and still later collections will not forget it. Now to the Lord a noble song, Awake my soul, awake my tongue! Hosanna to the Eternal Name, And all His boundless love proclaim. See where it shines in Jesus' face, The brightest image of His grace! Learn more Add to want list. Tips for successful searching Try checking the spelling of words in your search Try to eliminate "noise" words, such as a, and, the, etc Try searching by just one parameter at a time e.

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