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Latter-day Saints’ Psalmody

The Latter-day Saints’ Psalmody: A Collection of Original and Selected Tunes

Latter-day Saints’ Psalmody, English.
LDS Church. Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.
1889. 1912, 5th Edition. 366 songs.

Availability

Historical. This collection is out of print.

This edition is believed to be in public domain in the United States, either because it was published before 1923, or because it was published before 1964 and the copyright was not renewed. Any songs from before 1923 are in public domain and may be freely copied from their pre-1923 source. Note that individual songs written between 1923 and 1964 may still be copyrighted, even if the collection has fallen out of copyright.

Archive.org: latterdaysaintsp1912chur
BYU Harold B. Lee Library: BX 8685.2 .A1 1912 no. 2

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Indexes

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1. The happy day has rolled on

Words: Philo Dibble

Music: Ebenezer Beesley

2. Dark is the human mind when bound

Words: Edward L. Sloan

Music: Henry E. Giles

3. When earth in bondage long had lain

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Dr. Rippon

4. Great God indulge my humble claim

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Evan Stephens

5. O Lord responsive to Thy call

Words: John Lyon

Music: William Boyce

6. Praise ye the Lord! my heart shall join

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Evan Stephens

7. What glorious scenes mine eyes behold!

Words: Anon.

Music: Ebenezer Beesley

8. Praise ye the Lord! ’tis good to raise

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

9. The great and glorious gospel light

Words: Anon.

Music: Evan Stephens

10. How great the joy, that promised day

Words: Unknown

Music: Ebenezer Beesley

11. Ye Gentile nations, cease your strife

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Wells

12. Earth is the place where Christ will reign

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Unknown

13. Again we meet around the board

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: George Careless

14. Behold the Mount of Olives rend!

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Unknown

15. Happy the souls who first believed

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

16. Peace, troubled soul! thou needst not fear

Words: Samuel Ecking

Music: Arthur Hanson

17. Thou dost not weep, to weep alone

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: George Careless

18. A holy angel from on high

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Evan Stephens

19. Glory to Thee, my God, this night

Words: Thomas Ken

Music: Evan Stephens

20. How sweet communion is on earth

Words: Unknown

Music: George Careless

21. Great God! to thee my evening song

Words: Anne Steele

Music: B. Cuzens

22. Come, dearest Lord, descend and dwell

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Evan Stephens

23. “Come, follow me,” the Savior said

Words: John Nicholson

Music: Henry Emery

24. God spake the word, and time began

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: J. S. Bramwell

25. Jesus, from whom all blessings flow

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: Unknown

26. Waked from my bed of slumber sweet

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

27. Author of faith, Eternel Word

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: George Careless

28. Know this, that ev’ry soul is free

Words: Anon.; Sally Swey

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

29. ’Twas on that dark, that solemn night

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: George Careless

30. Lord, thou has searched and seen me thro’

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Ebenezer Beesley

31. Behold! the harvest wide extends

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: George Careless

32. ’Twas the commission of our Lord

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Ebenezer Beesley

33. The morning breaks, the shadows flee

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: George Careless

34. A poor wayfaring man of grief

Words: James Montgomery

Music: George Coles

35. Hark! listen to the gentle breeze

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

36. Hosannah to the great Messiah

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: George Careless

37. Come hither, all ye weary souls

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

38. Behold the great Redeemer comes

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Evan Stephens

39. What wondrous things we now behold

Words: Anon.

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

40. All you that love Emanuel’s name

Words: John Fellows

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

41. O Lord, our Father, let thy grace

Words: Hosea Stout

Music: A. V. Millward

42. Creation speaks with awful voice

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Shoel

43. Before Jehovah’s glorious throne

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: George Frideric Handel

44. Let earth’s inhabitants rejoice

Words: William Clegg

Music: Thomas C. Griggs

45. When Joseph saw his brethren moved

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

46. When God’s own people stand in need

Words: John Fawcett

Music: William C. Clive

47. Great God, attend while Zion sings

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

48. The rising sun has chased the night

Words: Leonard Bacon

Music: Evan Stephens

49. Though now the nations sit beneath

Words: Leonard Bacon

Music: A. M. Fox

50. While of these emblems we partake

Words: John Nicholson

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

51. Another day has fled and gone

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: George Careless

52. When restless on my bed I lie

Words: Isaac Watts; Baptist W. Noel

Music: Ann Fellows

53. The morning flow’rs display their sweets

Words: Samuel Wesley

Music: George Careless

54. Ye chosen Twelve, to you are given

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: A. M. Fox

55. Arise! arise! with joy survey

Words: Thomas Kelly

Music: George Careless

56. He died! the great Redeemer died!

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: George Careless

57. From all that dwell below the skies

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Louis Bourgeois; Genevan Psalter

58. Happy the man who finds the grace

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: James Leach

59. Haste glorious day, when Christ shall come

Words: William Clegg

Music: James P. Olsen

60. How foolish to the carnal mind

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Evan Stephens

61. My soul is full of peace and love

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

62. How fleet the precious moments roll!

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Evan Stephens

63. Farewell, my kind and faithful friend

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: William C. Clive

64. Ye diff’ring jarring sects attend

Words: William Clegg

Music: George Careless

65. In ancient times a man of God

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: William C. Clive

66. I know that my Redeemer lives

Words: Samuel Medley

Music: George Careless

67. How dark and gloomy was the night

Words: Richard Alldridge

Music: George Careless

68. Unveil thy bosom, faithful tomb

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: George Careless

69. Though deep’ning trials throng your way

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: George Careless

70. The time is nigh, that happy time

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

71. Behold the great Redeemer die

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: George Careless

72. Salvation, sacred word of love

Words: Edward Hanham

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

73. Farewell, ye servants of the Lord

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Ebenezer Beesley

74. Do we not know that solemn word

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Evan Stephens

75. I have no home, where shall I go

Words: Lucy Smith

Music: George Careless

76. Shall I, for fear of feeble man

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: George Frideric Handel

77. Sweet is the work, my God, my King

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: George Careless

78. Afflicted Saint, to Christ, draw near

Words: John Fawcett

Music: George Careless

79. Come, dearest Lord, descend and dwell

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

80. Ere long the vail will rend in twain

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: George Careless

81. The glorious plan which God has given

Words: John Taylor

Music: Ebenezer Beesley

82. O Thou, at whose almighty word

Words: John Newton

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

83. With all the pow’rs of heart and tongue

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Evan Stephens

84. Awake, ye Saints of God, awake!

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: Evan Stephens

85. The towers of Zion soon shall rise

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: William C. Clive

86. Torn from our friends and captive led

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Thomas C. Griggs

87. The solid rocks were rent in twain

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: George Careless

88. We here approach thy table, Lord

Words: Henry W. Naisbitt

Music: Evan Stephens

89. O give me back my Prophet dear

Words: John Taylor

Music: George Careless

90. Cease, ye fond parents, cease to weep

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: Franz Josef Haydn

91. Inspirer of the ancient seers

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: Unknown

92. Down by the river’s verdant side

Words: Alexander Neibaur

Music: Anon.

93. In Jordan’s tide the Prophet stands

Words: Rippon’s Collection

Music: Lewis D. Edwards

94. I’ll praise my Maker while I’ve breath

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Joseph G. Fones

95. Captain of Israel’s host, and Guide

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: Gioachino Rossini

96. The Lord my pasture shall prepare

Words: Joseph Addison

Music: George Careless

97. When quiet in my house I sit

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

98. Judges, who rule the world by laws

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Unknown

99. Come, Thou desire of all thy Saints

Words: Anne Steele

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

100. I saw a mighty angel fly

Words: Anon.

Music: George Careless

101. Ye Saints who dwell on Europe’s shore

Words: John Daniel Thompson McAllister; Lucile Cardon Reading

Music: Ebenezer Beesley

102. God of all consolation, take

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: Evan Stephens

103. Ye sons of men, a feeble race

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Unknown

104. Lord, thou wilt hear me when I pray!

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

105. Hark! listen to the trumpeters!

Words: John A. Granade

Music: George Careless

106. Come, listen to a Prophet’s voice

Words: Joseph S. Murdock; Bruce R. McConkie

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

107. God moves in a mysterious way

Words: William Cowper

Music: Evan Stephens

108. O thou at whose supreme command

Words: John E. Reading

Music: J. Fawcett

109. O Lord of Hosts, we now invoke

Words: Andrew Dalrymple

Music: George Careless

110. Behold thy sons and daughters, Lord

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

111. We’ll sing, all hail to Jesus’ name

Words: Richard Alldridge

Music: George Careless

112. With joy we own thy servants, Lord

Words: James Montgomery

Music: Franz Joseph Haydn

113. O God, thou great, thou good, thou wise

Words: Austin A. Cowles

Music: Evan Stephens

114. Come, all ye Saints who dwell on earth

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: Ly Huntingdon

115. May we, who know the joyful sound

Words: Unknown

Music: Evan Stephens

116. This house we dedicate to thee

Words: Henry W. Naisbitt

Music: Evan Stephens

117. Great is the Lord! ’tis good to praise

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: Ebenezer Beesley

118. Thou, earth, wast once a glorious sphere

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: Lewis D. Edwards

119. How are thy servants blest!

Words: Joseph Addison

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

120. Let those who would be Saints indeed

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: James P. Olsen

121. Lord, when iniquities abound

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Evan Stephens

122. Let ev’ry mortal ear attend

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: John E. Tullidge

123. The glorious Gospel light has shone

Words: Joel H. Johnson

Music: Thomas Jarman

124. Come, let us sing an ev’ning hymn

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: Thomas C. Griggs

125. We’re not ashamed to own our Lord

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

126. Tho’ nations rise, and men conspire

Words: Mary Ann Morton

Music: Evan Stephens

127. O God! our help in ages past

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: George Careless

128. When all thy mercies, O my God

Words: Joseph Addison

Music: Evan Stephens

129. I long to breathe the mountain air

Words: M. A. Johnstone

Music: William B. Bradbury

130. Lift up your heads, ye scatter’d Saints

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

131. Mortals, awake! with angels join

Words: Samuel Medley

Music: Dr. Rippon

132. Jesus, thou all redeeming Lord

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: George Careless

133. Once more, my soul, the rising day

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Lavinia Careless

134. How will the Saints rejoice to tell

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: Ebenezer Beesley

135. Weep not for him that’s dead and gone

Words: John Clements

Music: George Careless

136. How great the wisdom and the love

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: Thomas McIntyre

137. Joy to the world! the Lord will come

Words: Isaac Watts; William W. Phelps

Music: Thomas C. Griggs

138. Think gently of the erring one!

Words: Julia Abigail Fletcher Carney

Music: Henry A. Tuckett

139. Jehovah, Lord of heav’n and earth

Words: Anon.

Music: Norwegian air

140. Sing to the great Jehovah’s praise

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: Ebenezer Beesley

141. The glorious day is rolling on

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: George Careless

142. Lo! on the water’s brink we stand

Words: Leroy J. Robertson

Music: George Careless

143. Lord, let thy Holy Spirit now

Words: Edward L. Sloan

Music: George Careless

144. Ye wond’ring nations, now give ear

Words: Unknown

Music: Evan Stephens

145. Prayer is the soul’s sincere desire

Words: James Montgomery

Music: George Careless

146. Come, all ye Saints throughout the earth

Words: John Jaques

Music: George Careless

147. My God, the spring of all my joys

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Joseph G. Fones

148. Sweet is the peace the Gospel brings

Words: Mary Ann Morton

Music: George Careless

149. A Saint! and is tho title mine

Words: Mary Ann Morton

Music: J. Paddon

150. Mourn not the dead who peaceful lay

Words: Edward L. Sloan

Music: Evan Stephens

151. “The silver, gold and precious stones”

Words: John Jaques

Music: Thomas C. Griggs

152. O happy is the man who hears

Words: Michael Bruce

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

153. To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost

Words: Stewart’s Collection

Music: William Croft

154. Father, how wide thy glory shines!

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Thomas C. Griggs

155. Beloved brethren! sing his praise

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Old English tune

156. O God, thou God that rules on high

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

157. Come, Holy Ghost, our hearts inspire

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: Evan Stephens

158. All praise to our redeeming Lord

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: George Careless

159. Cheer, Saints, cheer!

Words: J. F. Bell

Music: Henry Russell

160. Once more we come before our God

Words: Henry F. Lyte

Music: George Careless

161. Behold, the mountain of the Lord

Words: Michael Bruce

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

162. Father in heav’n, we do believe

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Ebenezer Beesley

163. O Lord, do thou thy gifts bestow

Words: John Lyon

Music: John S. Lewis

164. Our Father, in the sacred name

Words: John Jaques

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

165. I’ll serve the Lord while I am young

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: Evan Stephens

166. The gallant ship is under weigh

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: Anon.

167. To thee, O God, we do approach

Words: John Lyon

Music: George Careless

168. Let Zion in her beauty rise

Words: Edward Partridge

Music: Lewis D. Edwards

169. Lord, thou wilt hear me when I pray!

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Unknown

170. The Gospel standard high is raised

Words: J. K. R.

Music: A. C. Smyth

171. O Lord, preserve thy chosen seed!

Words: Richard Alldridge

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

172. When sickness clouds the soul with grief

Words: John Lyon

Music: A. C. Smyth

173. Spirit of faith, come down

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: George Careless

174. Let sinners take their course

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Evan Stephens

175. Come we that love the Lord

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: William C. Clive

176. Lord, make thy mercy known

Words: Unknown

Music: John E. Tullidge

177. See how the morning sun

Words: Elizabeth Scott; William W. Phelps

Music: George Careless

178. To Him who reigns on high

Words: William Clegg

Music: Thomas C. Griggs

179. The day is past and gone

Words: John Leland

Music: James P. Olsen

180. How beauteous are their feet

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: George Careless

181. Behold the Savior comes!

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

182. See! all creation joins

Words: Isaac Watts; William W. Phelps

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

183. And are we yet alive

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: Philip Doddridge

184. Ye children of our God

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: George Careless

185. Come we that love the Lord

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: Macy

186. Ye simple souls who stray

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: Evan Stephens

187. An angel from on high

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: John E. Tullidge

188. Let earth and heav’n agree

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: Unknown

189. Repent, ye Gentiles all

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

190. Arise, my soul, arise

Words: Charles Wesley; Wesley’s Collection

Music: George Careless

191. Behold the Lamb of God!

Words: Matthew Bridges

Music: Sylvanus Billings Pond

192. High on the mountain top

Words: Joel H. Johnson

Music: Ebenezer Beesley

193. All hail the glorious day

Words: Joel H. Johnson

Music: Evan Stephens

194. All hail! the new-born year!

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: George Careless

195. O Lord, our Sovereign King

Words: Unknown

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

196. O happy souls, who pray

Words: Isaac Watts; William W. Phelps

Music: George Careless

197. Come, O thou King of kings!

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Anon.

198. To him who made the world

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: George Careless

199. When time shall be no more

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: George Careless

200. Ye ransom’d of our God

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: John E. Tullidge

201. Lord, we come before thee now

Words: William Hammond

Music: George Careless

202. Now we’ll sing with one accord

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

203. Hark! the song of Jubilee

Words: James Montgomery

Music: John S. Lewis

204. In the sun, and moon, and stars

Words: Reginald Heber

Music: James P. Olsen

205. Jesus, once of humble birth

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Giacomo Meyerbeer; English Chorister

206. Give us room that we may dwell

Words: Thomas Kelly

Music: A. M. Fox

207. Praise to God, immortal praise

Words: Anna Laetitia Barbauld; Stewart’s Collection

Music: Ebenezer Beesley

208. Who are these arrayed in white

Words: De Courcy; Charles Wesley

Music: J. Heink

209. Where the voice of friendship’s heard

Words: John Lyon

Music: Anon.

210. When shall we all meet again?

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Thomas C. Griggs

211. Daniel’s wisdom may I know

Words: R. F. Mann

Music: T. Healy

212. Hark! ye mortals. Hist! be still

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: George Frideric Handel

213. Earth, with her ten thousand flow’rs

Words: Thomas R. Taylor

Music: Thomas C. Griggs

214. Should you feel inclined to censure

Words: Anon.

Music: J. S. Bramwell

215. As the dew from heav’n distilling

Words: Thomas Kelly

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

216. We have met, dear friends and brethren

Words: Unknown

Music: John E. Tullidge

217. Truth reflects upon our senses

Words: Eliza R. Snow; M. E. Abbey

Music: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

218. School thy feelings, Oh my brother

Words: Charles W. Penrose

Music: Ebenezer Beesley

219. The night is wearing fast away

Words: Florence Hoare

Music: Thomas C. Griggs

220. Sister, thou wast mild and lovely

Words: Samuel F. Smith

Music: John S. Lewis

221. O awake! my slumb’ring minstrel

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: A. C. Smyth

222. Earthly happiness is fleeting

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: John S. Lewis

223. Jesus, mighty King of Zion

Words: John Fellows

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

224. Sweetly may the blessed Spirit

Words: Unknown

Music: Evan Stephens

225. Welcome, best of all good meetings

Words: T. J. Dawson

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

226. Softly beams the sacred dawning

Words: John Jaques

Music: George Careless

227. Lo! the Gentile chain is broken

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Unknown

228. See, the mighty angel flying!

Words: Robert B. Thompson

Music: George M. Monroe

229. Go, ye messengers of heaven

Words: John Taylor

Music: F. Christensen

230. Wake, O wake, the world from sleeping!

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: Unknown

231. Glorious things of thee are spoken

Words: John Newton

Music: George Careless

232. What was witness’d in the heavens?

Words: John S. Davis

Music: Evan Stephens

233. O my Father, thou that dwellest

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: Evan Stephens

234. Glorious things are sung of Zion

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

235. Yes, my native land, I love thee

Words: Samuel F. Smith

Music: George Careless

236. Guide us, O Thou great Jehovah

Words: William Williams

Music: Annie F. Harrison

237. Go, ye messengers of glory

Words: John Taylor

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

238. Israel, Israel, God is calling

Words: Richard Smyth

Music: Thomas C. Griggs

239. O’er the gloomy hills of darkness

Words: William Williams

Music: Hans Henry Petersen

240. On the mountain’s top appearing

Words: John Kelly

Music: Anon.

241. Lord, dismiss us with thy blessing

Words: John Fawcett; Walter Shirley

Music: Orson Pratt Jr.

242. Lo! the mighty God appearing

Words: William Goode

Music: Evan Stephens

243. Come, thou glorious day of promise

Words: Pratt’s Collection

Music: A. C. Smyth

244. Zion stands with hills surrounded

Words: Thomas Kelly

Music: A. C. Smyth

245. When Joseph his brethren beheld

Words: John Newton

Music: J. I. Cobbin

246. This God is the God we adore

Words: J. Hart

Music: Thomas C. Griggs

247. Adieu, my dear brethren, adieu

Words: Seth Mattison

Music: Unknown

Arr.: Ebenezer Beesley

248. Satan’s empire long has flourished

Words: Edward L. Sloan

Music: James P. Olsen

249. Now, is the voice that nature breathes

Words: Lydia H. Sigourney

Music: George Careless

250. O, stop and tell me, Red Man

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: Unknown

251. From greenland’s icy mountains

Words: Reginald Heber

Music: Felix Mendelssohn

252. If you could hie to Kolob

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

253. Farewell, all earthly honors

Words: Mary W. Bone

Music: Thomas C. Griggs

254. We’ll sing the songs of Zion

Words: William G. Mills

Music: John E. Tullidge

255. O God, th’ Eternal Father

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: George Careless

256. Farewell, all earthly honors

Words: Mary W. Bone

Music: William B. Bradbury