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Pieces are listed in psalm or alphabetical order, and the strophic settings colour coded to show level of difficulty. Green are suitable for congregations; orange are suitable for enterprising congregations and choirs of intermediate attainment; and red are suitable only for choirs. Some pieces might need transposing for congregational use; please see below how to do this.

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Further abbreviations are listed below.

 
Cat. # Title  Composer  Text  Voices  Vocal  Keyboard   
Metrical psalms
RM275Lord, hear the voice of my complaint William MasonP5 NVSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM213My shepherd will supply my needsSamuel Grigg P23 IWSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM212The Lord himself, the mighty LordAnon. P23 NVSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM261Lord, number out my life and days Anon.P39 JHSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM211The God of glory sends his summons forthAnon. P50 IWSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM272The God of glory sends his summons forth Jos. StephensonP50 IWSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM298O Lord, consider my distress Anon.P51 OVSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM262Sing to the Lord aloud Anon.P81 IWSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM265God in the great assembly stands John CallcottP82 NVSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM273To our almighty maker, God H.E.P98 IWSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM269O praise the Lord with one consent G. F. HandelP135 NVSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM274When we, our weary limbs to rest G. F. HandelP137 NVSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM263O praise ye the Lord, prepare your glad voice William CroftP149 NVSAB S pdf KS Kpdf

Hymns
RM209Alas! and did my Saviour bleed?Anon. IWSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM256All ye that pass by Ben. MilgroveSHSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM255Awake, my soul, and with the sun Anon.TKSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM264Away, mine unbelieving fear Anon.Anon.SAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM210Blow ye the trumpet, blowI. P. CWSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM257Come, let us join our cheerful songs Anon.IWSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM258Exalted high at God's right hand Anon.RHiSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM259Great Monarch of the world William KnappCSSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM260House of our God James PeckPDSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM267My God, and is thy table spread Anon.PDSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM5Rejoice, the Lord is King!Chas. Wesley jr. CWSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM270Rejoice, the Lord is King Ralph HarrisonCWSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM271See the leaves around us falling John BroderipGHSAB S pdf KS Kpdf

Anthems
RM3 Behold, behold how good and joyfulThomas Clarke BCPSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM130 I will always give thanksRobert KingBCP SAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM129 I will magnify thee, O LordJohn Church BCPSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM266I will praise thee, O God Anon.BCPSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM128 Like as the hart desires the waterbrooks William Croft BCPSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM281Lord, judge my cause Henry Lawes/Anon. BCPSAB S Spdf KS Kpdf
RM134My song shall be always
of the loving kindness of the Lord
William Croft BCPSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM87My song shall be of mercy and judgment Anon.BCPSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM250My soul truly waiteth still upon God James GreenBCPSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM8My voice shalt thou hear in the morningAnon. 19th C. BCPSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM268Not all the blood of beasts
on Jewish altars slain
Samuel ArnoldIWSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM127O be joyful in GodWilliam Croft BCPSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM132O give thanks unto the LordWilliam Croft BCPSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM251O give thanks unto the Lord James GreenBCPSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM133O how amiable are thy dwellingsWilliam Croft BCPSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM71O praise God in his holinessJohn Weldon BCPSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM67O praise the Lord, all ye nationsAnon. BCPSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM298O Lord, consider my distress Anon.OVSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM68O praise the Lord, for it is a good thingJohn Weldon BCPSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM136Out of the deep have I called unto theeJohn Church BCPSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM252O Zion, that bringeth glad tidings Anon.AVSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM69Praise, praise the Lord, ye servantsThomas Clark(e) BCPSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM131Praise the Lord, O my soulJeremiah Clarke BCPSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM70Praise the Lord, O my soulWilliam Croft BCPSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM303Praise the Lord, O my soul William Tans'urBCPSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM135They that put their trust in the LordSamuel Akeroyd BCPSAB S pdf KS Kpdf

Carols
RM253Arise and hail the happy day Anon.LLSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM254Arise and hail the sacred day Joseph StephensonLLSAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM300 At the nativity of Christ our LordJoseph Stephenson Anon.SAB S Spdf KS Kpdf
RM333A Virgin most pure, the prophet foretold Attr. William KnappAnon.SAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM308Hark, hark what news the angels bring! John SreeveAnon.SAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM338Hark, hear what news the angels bring William KnappAnon.SAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM334Hosanna to the highest William KnappAnon.SAB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM99Lift up your heads in joyful hopeCharles Burney Anon.SSB S pdf KS Kpdf
RM335Rejoice, ye mortals all, rejoice William KnappAnon.SAB S pdf KS Kpdf

Abbreviations

Anon. Anonymous
BCPBook of Common Prayer
CS Charles Stuart (1600-1649)
CWCharles Wesley (1707-88)
GHGeorge Horne (1730-92)
IW Isaac Watts (1674-1748)
JHJohn Hopkins (fl. 1562)
LLLiverpool Liturgy 1763
PD Philip Doddridge (1702-51)
RHiRowland Hill (1744-1833)
SHSally Hastings (1707-1791)
SATBSoprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass
TKThomas Ken (1637-1711)
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