The Juvenile Instructor

Music from ”The Juvenile Instructor“ (1866–1929)

The Juvenile Instructor, English.
Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. George Q. Cannon; Deseret Sunday School Union; The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Periodical, 1866–1929. 948 songs.


Indexes

References

  • Scripture Tools: Periodicals
  • Flake-Draper Number: 4256 (Mormon Bibliography, 1830–1930)
List of songs
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1929 (Return to top)
Dec 1929.
Prelude and Postlude for February 1930

Words: N/A

Music: Willy Reske

Instrumental

p. 701
Dec 1929.
Merry, Merry Christmas

Words: Evan Stephens

Music: Evan Stephens

p. 708
Nov 1929.
Prelude and Postlude for January 1930

Words: N/A

Music: Willy Reske

Instrumental

p. 633
Oct 1929.
Prelude and Postlude for December

Words: N/A

Music: Willy Reske

Instrumental

p. 578
Sep 1929.
Prelude and Postlude for November

Words: N/A

Music: Schubert

Instrumental

p. 515
Aug 1929.
Prelude and Postlude for October

Words: N/A

Music: Tracy Y. Cannon

Instrumental

p. 455
Jul 1929.
Prelude and Postlude for September

Words: N/A

Music: Maurine Dewsnup

Instrumental

p. 388
Jun 1929.
Prelude and Postlude for August 1929

Words: N/A

Music: Willy Reske

Instrumental

p. 329
May 1929.
Prelude and Postlude for July 1929

Words: N/A

Music: Francelle Evans

Instrumental

p. 265
May 1929.
Mother

Words: Unknown

Music: Alfred M. Durham

pp. 272–273
Apr 1929.
Prelude and Postlude for June 1929

Words: N/A

Music: Tracy Y. Cannon

Instrumental

p. 201
Apr 1929.
Centennial Hymn

Words: Evan Stephens

Music: Evan Stephens

p. 207
Mar 1929.
Prelude and Postlude for May 1929

Words: N/A

Music: Francelle Evans

Instrumental

p. 147
Feb 1929.
Prelude and Postlude for April 1929

Words: N/A

Music: Lucile Burnhope

Instrumental

p. 81
Jan 1929.
Prelude and Postlude for March 1929

Words: N/A

Music: Maurine Dewsnup

Instrumental

p. 17
1928 (Return to top)
Dec 1928.
Prelude and Postlude for February 1929

Words: N/A

Music: Tracy Y. Cannon

Instrumental

p. 681
Nov 1928.
Prelude and Postlude for January 1929

Words: N/A

Music: Tracy Y. Cannon

Instrumental

p. 617
Oct 1928.
Prelude and Postlude for December

Words: N/A

Music: Willy Reske

Instrumental

p. 553
Sep 1928.
Prelude and Postlude for November

Words: N/A

Music: Tracy Y. Cannon

Instrumental

p. 489
Aug 1928.
Prelude and Postlude for October

Words: N/A

Music: Tracy Y. Cannon

Instrumental

p. 437
Jul 1928.
Prelude and Postlude for September

Words: N/A

Music: Willy Reske

Instrumental

p. 381
Jun 1928.
Prelude and Postlude for August 1928

Words: N/A

Music: Willy Reske

Instrumental

p. 319
May 1928.
Prelude and Postlude for July 1928

Words: N/A

Music: Willy Reske

Instrumental

p. 255
Apr 1928.
Prelude and Postlude for June 1928

Words: N/A

Music: Willy Reske

Instrumental

p. 195
Mar 1928.
Prelude and Postlude for May 1928

Words: N/A

Music: Willy Reske

Instrumental

p. 143
Feb 1928.
Prelude and Postlude for April 1928

Words: N/A

Music: Willy Reske

Instrumental

p. 83
Jan 1928.
Prelude and Postlude for March 1928

Words: N/A

Music: Willy Reske

Instrumental

p. 23
1927 (Return to top)
Dec 1927.
Prelude and Postlude for February 1928

Words: N/A

Music: Alfred M. Durham

Instrumental

p. 679
Nov 1927.
Prelude and Postlude for January 1928

Words: N/A

Music: Willy Reske

Instrumental

p. 619
Oct 1927.
Prelude and Postlude for December

Words: N/A

Music: Alfred M. Durham

Instrumental

p. 563
Oct 1927.
In memory of the sacrifice

Words: Annie D. Palmer

Music: Willy Reske

pp. 566–567
Sep 1927.
Prelude and Postlude for November

Words: N/A

Music: Alfred M. Durham

Instrumental

p. 507
Aug 1927.
Prelude and Postlude for October

Words: N/A

Music: Willy Reske

Instrumental

p. 447
Jul 1927.
Prelude and Postlude for September

Words: N/A

Music: Willy Reske

Instrumental

p. 383
Jun 1927.
Prelude and Postlude for August 1927

Words: N/A

Music: Willy Reske

Instrumental

p. 319
Jun 1927.
A voice from slumbering nations

Words: Edwin F. Parry

Music: Edwin F. Parry

pp. 322–323
May 1927.
Prelude and Postlude for July 1927

Words: N/A

Music: Willy Reske

Instrumental

p. 253
May 1927.
Wonderful One

Words: A. D. Sorensen

Music: Willy Reske

p. 259
Apr 1927.
Prelude and Postlude for June 1927

Words: N/A

Music: Millie Thomson

Instrumental

p. 197
Apr 1927.
Father of Mercy

Words: Heginbotham

Music: Maurine Dewsnup

p. 199
Mar 1927.
Prelude and Postlude for May 1927

Words: N/A

Music: Tracy Y. Cannon

Instrumental

p. 139
Feb 1927.
Prelude and Postlude for April 1927

Words: N/A

Music: Willy Reske

Instrumental

p. 83
Jan 1927.
Prelude and Postlude for March 1927

Words: N/A

Music: Mozart

Instrumental

p. 23
Jan 1927.
O come, let us seek God

Words: Annie G. Lauritzen

Music: Willy Reske

p. 27
1926 (Return to top)
Dec 1926.
Prelude and Postlude for February 1927

Words: N/A

Music: Tracy Y. Cannon

Instrumental

p. 693
Nov 1926.
Prelude and Postlude for January 1927

Words: N/A

Music: Mary Allen

Instrumental

p. 629
Oct 1926.
Prelude and Postlude for December

Words: N/A

Music: Mary Allen

Instrumental

p. 570
Sep 1926.
Prelude and Postlude for November

Words: N/A

Music: Willy Reske

Instrumental

p. 503
Aug 1926.
Prelude and Postlude for October

Words: N/A

Music: Willy Reske

Instrumental

p. 439
Jul 1926.
Prelude and Postlude for September

Words: N/A

Music: Willy Reske

Instrumental

p. 379
Jun 1926.
Prelude and Postlude for August 1926

Words: N/A

Music: Willy Reske

Instrumental

p. 315
May 1926.
Prelude and Postlude for July 1926

Words: N/A

Music: Stanley R. Brain

Instrumental

p. 247
Apr 1926.
Prelude and Postlude for June 1926

Words: N/A

Music: Stanley R. Brain

Instrumental

p. 187
Apr 1926.
Easter Song

Words: Evan Stephens

Music: Evan Stephens

p. 191
Mar 1926.
Prelude and Postlude for May 1926

Words: N/A

Music: Stanley R. Brain

Instrumental

p. 131
Feb 1926.
Prelude and Postlude for April 1926

Words: N/A

Music: After Kern, E. P. K.

Instrumental

p. 75
Jan 1926.
Prelude and Postlude for March 1926

Words: N/A

Music: Tracy Y. Cannon

Instrumental

p. 17
1925 (Return to top)
Dec 1925.
Prelude and Postlude for February 1926

Words: N/A

Music: Mary A. Packham

Instrumental

p. 651
Nov 1925.
Prelude and Postlude for January 1926

Words: N/A

Music: Tracy Y. Cannon

Instrumental

p. 587
Oct 1925.
Prelude and Postlude for December

Words: N/A

Music: Mary A. Packham

Instrumental

p. 531
Sep 1925.
Prelude and Postlude for November

Words: N/A

Music: Mary A. Packham

Instrumental

p. 475
Aug 1925.
Prelude and Postlude for October

Words: N/A

Music: Mary A. Packham

Instrumental

p. 419
Jul 1925.
Prelude and Postlude for September

Words: N/A

Music: Mary A. Packham

Instrumental

p. 363
Jun 1925.
Prelude and Postlude for August 1925

Words: N/A

Music: Edward P. Kimball

Instrumental

p. 304
May 1925.
Prelude and Postlude for July 1925

Words: N/A

Music: Handel

Arr.: Edw. P. Kimball

Instrumental

p. 243
May 1925.
Ode to Utah (This is the Place)

Words: Alfred M. Durham

Music: Alfred M. Durham

pp. 260–261

Other versions of this song:
Ode to Utah

May 1925.
The brooklet

Words: Ione Olsen (age 10)

Music: Elda Neves (age 7)

p. 277
Apr 1925.
Prelude and Postlude for June 1925

Words: N/A

Music: After Saltz

Instrumental

p. 187
Mar 1925.
Prelude and Postlude for May 1925

Words: N/A

Music: After Saltz

Instrumental

p. 131
Mar 1925.
I’ll try

Words: Joseph H. Dean

Music: Joseph H. Dean

p. 149
Feb 1925.
Prelude and Postlude for April 1925

Words: N/A

Music: After Saltz

Instrumental

p. 75
Jan 1925.
Prelude and Postlude for March 1925

Words: N/A

Music: Kern

Instrumental

p. 21
1924 (Return to top)
Dec 1924.
Prelude and Postlude for February 1925

Words: N/A

Music: R. Kern

Instrumental

p. 646
Dec 1924.
If I speak just words of kindness

Words: S. B. Mitton

Music: S. B. Mitton

pp. 650–651
Nov 1924.
Prelude and Postlude for January 1925

Words: N/A

Music: Lucile Burnhope

Instrumental

p. 587
Oct 1924.
Prelude and Postlude for December

Words: N/A

Music: Lucile Burnhope

Instrumental

p. 525
Sep 1924.
Prelude and Postlude for November

Words: N/A

Music: Concone

Instrumental

p. 468
Aug 1924.
Prelude and Postlude for October

Words: N/A

Music: Concone

Instrumental

p. 410
Jul 1924.
Prelude and Postlude for September

Words: N/A

Music: C. C. Stearns

Instrumental

p. 353
Jun 1924.
Prelude and Postlude for August 1924

Words: N/A

Music: Leroy J. Robertson

Instrumental

p. 297
Jun 1924.
O My Father

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: Evan Stephens

p. 301
May 1924.
Prelude and Postlude for July 1924

Words: N/A

Music: Leroy J. Robertson

Instrumental

p. 247
Apr 1924.
Prelude and Postlude for June 1924

Words: N/A

Music: G. A. Kerns

Instrumental

p. 191
Mar 1924.
Prelude and Postlude for May 1924

Words: N/A

Music: Tracy Y. Cannon

Instrumental

p. 132
Mar 1924.
My first March

Words: N/A

Music: Elda Neves (age 6)

Instrumental

p. 161
Feb 1924.
Prelude and Postlude for April 1924

Words: N/A

Music: Tracy Y. Cannon

Instrumental

p. 79
Jan 1924.
Prelude and Postlude for March 1924

Words: N/A

Music: After Cowan

Instrumental

p. 22
1923 (Return to top)
Dec 1923.
Prelude and Postlude for February 1924

Words: N/A

Music: Schumann

Arr.: Edw. P. Kimball

Instrumental

p. 621
Nov 1923.
Prelude and Postlude for January 1924

Words: N/A

Music: Tracy Y. Cannon

Instrumental

p. 563
Oct 1923.
Prelude and Postlude for December

Words: N/A

Music: Tracy Y. Cannon

Instrumental

p. 507
Oct 1923.
Springtime has come

Words: Elda May Curtis

Music: Elda May Curtis (age 8)

p. 541
Sep 1923.
Prelude and Postlude for November

Words: N/A

Music: Handel

Arr.: Edw. P. Kimball

Instrumental

p. 453
Aug 1923.
Prelude and Postlude for October

Words: N/A

Music: Schubert

Arr.: T. Y. C.

Instrumental

p. 399
Jul 1923.
Prelude and Postlude for September

Words: N/A

Music: Clementi

Arr.: Edw. P. Kimball

Instrumental

p. 345
Jun 1923.
Prelude and Postlude for August 1923

Words: N/A

Music: Jessie Seamons

Instrumental

p. 287
May 1923.
Prelude and Postlude for July 1923

Words: N/A

Music: Haydn

Arr.: Edw. P. Kimball

Instrumental

p. 233
Apr 1923.
Prelude and Postlude for June 1923

Words: N/A

Music: Susie Guthrie

Instrumental

p. 181
Mar 1923.
Prelude and Postlude for May 1923

Words: N/A

Music: Edw. P. Kimball

Instrumental

p. 127
Mar 1923.
Closing Hymn

Words: Unknown

Music: E. Meredith Going

p. 134
Feb 1923.
Prelude and Postlude for April 1923

Words: N/A

Music: Edw. P. Kimball

Instrumental

p. 75
Jan 1923.
Prelude and Postlude for March 1923

Words: N/A

Music: Tracy Y. Cannon

Instrumental

p. 17
1922 (Return to top)
Dec 1922.
Prelude and Postlude for February 1923

Words: N/A

Music: Tracy Y. Cannon

Instrumental

p. 662
Dec 1922.
My Redeemer, just and true

Words: James Hood

Music: James Hood

pp. 668–669
Dec 1922.
Good morning song

Words: Florence Page

Music: Florence Page

p. 681
Dec 1922.
Fly, little bird

Full credits not available

p. 682
Nov 1922.
Prelude and Postlude for January 1923

Words: N/A

Music: Tracy Y. Cannon

Instrumental

p. 610
Oct 1922.
Prelude and Postlude for December

Words: N/A

Music: Tracy Y. Cannon

Instrumental

p. 553
Sep 1922.
Prelude and Postlude for November

Words: N/A

Music: Edward P. Kimball

Instrumental

p. 493
Sep 1922.
I think of my Savior

Words: S. B. Mitton

Music: S. B. Mitton

pp. 500–501
Aug 1922.
Prelude and Postlude for October

Words: N/A

Music: Edward P. Kimball

Instrumental

p. 433
Jul 1922.
Prelude and Postlude for September

Full credits not available

Instrumental

p. 375
Jul 1922.
Our Sunday School Home

Words: James Hood

Music: James Hood

pp. 384–385
Jun 1922.
Prelude and Postlude for August 1922

Full credits not available

Instrumental

p. 316
May 1922.
Prelude and Postlude for July 1922

Words: N/A

Music: Marguerite Flamm

Instrumental

p. 253
Apr 1922.
Prelude and Postlude for June 1922

Words: N/A

Music: Marguerite Flamm

Instrumental

p. 195
Apr 1922.
O, Say what is truth? [first line only]

Full credits not available

Arr.: Tracy Y. Cannon

Instrumental

p. 199
Apr 1922.
Little lambs so white and fair

Full credits not available

pp. 216–217
Apr 1922.
Fly, little birds

Full credits not available

p. 217
Mar 1922.
Prelude and Postlude for May 1922

Words: N/A

Music: Marguerite Flamm

Instrumental

p. 141
Feb 1922.
Prelude and Postlude for April 1922

Words: N/A

Music: Anna Dittmer

Instrumental

p. 82
Feb 1922.
Jesus, once of humble birth

Words: N/A

Music: [Meyerbeer]

Arr.: Tracy Y. Cannon

Instrumental

p. 86
Jan 1922.
Prelude and Postlude for March 1922

Words: N/A

Music: Anna Dittmer

Instrumental

p. 24
Jan 1922.
The wondrous gift

Words: W. B. Turton

Music: Frank W. Asper

p. 30
1921 (Return to top)
Dec 1921.
Prelude and Postlude for February 1922

Words: N/A

Music: Anna Dittmer

Instrumental

p. 642
Dec 1921.
Communion Hour

Words: Evan Stephens

Music: Evan Stephens

p. 654
Nov 1921.
Prelude and Postlude for January 1922

Words: N/A

Music: Tracy Y. Cannon

Instrumental

p. 592
Oct 1921.
Prelude and Postlude for December

Words: N/A

Music: Tracy Y. Cannon

Instrumental

p. 537
Sep 1921.
Prelude and Postlude for November

Words: N/A

Music: Marguerite Flamm

Instrumental

p. 473
Aug 1921.
Prelude and Postlude for October

Words: N/A

Music: Marguerite Flamm

Instrumental

p. 419
Jul 1921.
Prelude and Postlude for September

Words: N/A

Music: Marguerite Flamm

Instrumental

p. 363
Jun 1921.
Prelude and Postlude for August 1921

Words: N/A

Music: Noel Fuller

Instrumental

p. 304
May 1921.
Prelude and Postlude for July 1921

Words: N/A

Music: Noel Fuller

Instrumental

p. 244
May 1921.
We Remember

Words: Evan Stephens

Music: Evan Stephens

pp. 246–247
Apr 1921.
Prelude and Postlude for June 1921

Words: N/A

Music: Noel Fuller

Instrumental

p. 186
Apr 1921.
Prelude

Words: N/A

Music: C. A. Kerns

Instrumental

p. 190
Apr 1921.
I do believe

Full credits not available

p. 204
Mar 1921.
Prelude and Postlude for May 1921

Words: N/A

Music: Noel Fuller

Instrumental

p. 132
Feb 1921.
Prelude and Postlude for April 1921

Full credits not available

Instrumental

p. 72
Feb 1921.
All through the night

Full credits not available

p. 84
Jan 1921.
Prelude and Postlude for March 1921

Full credits not available

Instrumental

p. 14
Jan 1921.
Largo

Full credits not available

Instrumental

pp. 18–19
1920 (Return to top)
Dec 1920.
Prelude and Postlude for February 1921

Words: N/A

Music: Tracy Y. Cannon

Instrumental

p. 610
Dec 1920.
Prelude

Words: N/A

Music: Dr. C. H. Rinck

Instrumental

p. 621
Nov 1920.
Prelude and Postlude for January 1921

Words: N/A

Music: Tracy Y. Cannon

Instrumental

p. 559
Oct 1920.
Prelude and Postlude for December

Words: N/A

Music: Rochneiwicz

Instrumental

p. 500
Oct 1920.
Adagio

Words: N/A

Music: W. Dahlhoff

Instrumental

p. 503
Sep 1920.
Prelude and Postlude for November

Words: N/A

Music: Rochneiwicz

Instrumental

p. 451
Aug 1920.
Prelude and Postlude for October

Words: N/A

Music: Rochneiwicz

Instrumental

p. 385
Aug 1920.
Meditation

Words: N/A

Music: I. Blied

Instrumental

pp. 388–389
Jul 1920.
Prelude and Postlude for September

Words: N/A

Music: Gerrit de Jong, Jr.

Instrumental

p. 332
Jul 1920.
Andantino

Words: N/A

Music: Dr. W. Volckmar

Instrumental

p. 337
Jul 1920.
The Pioneer

Words: Annie Wells Cannon

Music: Tracy Y. Cannon

pp. 338–339
Jul 1920.
Deliverance

Words: Ruth May Fox

Music: Gerrit de Jong, Jr.

pp. 339–341
Jun 1920.
Prelude and Postlude for August 1920

Words: N/A

Music: Gerrit de Jong, Jr.

Instrumental

p. 280
Jun 1920.
Baby Land

Words: Unknown

Music: Helen Hinckley

p. 286
May 1920.
Prelude and Postlude for July 1920

Words: N/A

Music: Gerrit de Jong, Jr.

Instrumental

p. 224
May 1920.
Onward Ever

Words: S. Y. G.

Music: B. C. Gates

pp. 230–231
Apr 1920.
Prelude and Postlude for June 1920

Words: N/A

Music: Tracy Y. Cannon

Instrumental

p. 177
Mar 1920.
Prelude and Postlude for May 1920

Words: N/A

Music: Tracy Y. Cannon

Instrumental

p. 125
Feb 1920.
Prelude and Postlude for April 1920

Full credits not available

Instrumental

p. 71
Feb 1920.
The simple faith

Words: John Greenleaf Whittier

Music: Gerrit de Jong Jr.

p. 76

Other versions of this song:
The Simple Faith

Jan 1920.
Prelude and Postlude for March 1920

Full credits not available

Instrumental

p. 14
1919 (Return to top)
Dec 1919.
Prelude and Postlude for January and February

Words: N/A

Music: Tracy Y. Cannon

Instrumental

p. 661
Nov 1919.
Prelude and Postlude for January

Words: N/A

Music: Tracy Y. Cannon

Instrumental

p. 604
Nov 1919.
Teach me to sing

Words: Evan Stephens

Music: Evan Stephens

p. 607
Oct 1919.
Prelude – Postlude

Words: N/A

Music: Tracy Y. Cannon

Instrumental

p. 541
Oct 1919.
Let the children sing

Words: Evan Stephens

Music: Evan Stephens

p. 542
Jul 1919.
March for Reed Organ

Words: N/A

Music: Alfred M. Durham

Instrumental

p. 372
Jun 1919.
Prelude (from Piano Sonata C major)

Words: N/A

Music: W. A. Mozart

Instrumental

pp. 308–309
May 1919.
Second Sacramental

Words: N/A

Music: Tracy Y. Cannon

Instrumental

p. 258
Apr 1919.
Springtime

Words: Unknown

Music: Jos. S. Cooper

pp. 186–187
1918 (Return to top)
Dec 1918.
Bethlehem’s Song of Triumph

Words: B. H. Winslow

Music: Alfred M. Durham

pp. 646–468

Other versions of this song:
Bethlehem’s Song of Triumph

Jul 1918.
Land of America

Words: Edwin F. Parry

Music: Edwin F. Parry

p. 359
Apr 1918.
Mother

Words: Frances K. Thomassen

Music: Frances K. Thomassen

p. 210
Jan 1918.
In faith we fearless stand

Words: Sarah C. Maeser

Music: Gerrit de Jong, Jr.

p. 22
1917 (Return to top)
Nov 1917.
This is the place

Words: W. A. M.

Music: F. K. T.

p. 589
Sep 1917.
A song of praise

Words: Ruth May Fox

Music: Tracy Y. Cannon

pp. 464–465
Aug 1917.
The power of love

Words: Joseph L. Townsend

Music: Edwin F. Parry

pp. 414–416

Other versions of this song:
The power of love

Jul 1917.
Land of the free

Words: John M. Chamberlain

Music: John M. Chamberlain

p. 358
Jun 1917.
Sacramental Hymn

Words: B. F. Cummings

Music: Evan Stephens

p. 305
Apr 1917.
The homeland

Words: Rev. H. R. Haweis

Music: Sir Arthur Sullivan

p. 195
Mar 1917.
Hosannas clear are now resounding

Words: Charles S. Nebeker

Music: Charles S. Nebeker

p. 136
Mar 1917.
All through the night

Full credits not available

p. 147
Jan 1917.
Let us sing of our salvation

Words: Unknown

Music: Evan Stephens

pp. 28–29
Jan 1917.
My soul awake

Words: Mary A. W. Schaer

Music: Douglas Brian

pp. 29–30
1916 (Return to top)
Dec 1916.
The Seer

Words: Unknown

Music: S. B. Mitton

pp. 818–819
Dec 1916.
Divine Love

Words: N/A

Music: John M. Chamberlain

Instrumental

pp. 820–821
Nov 1916.
Sleep, beloved, sleep

Words: Unknown

Music: W. Taubert

p. 746
Sep 1916.
We thank thee, Heavenly Father

Words: L. Lula G. Richards

Music: Lucy M. Green

p. 605
Jul 1916.
Little Violet

Words: Douglas Brian

Music: Douglas Brian

p. 457
Jul 1916.
My native land

Words: Douglas Brian

Music: Douglas Brian

pp. 457–458
Jun 1916.
Sacramental

Words: N/A

Music: Tracy Y. Cannon

Instrumental

p. 391
May 1916.
His creatures, all

Words: Alfred C. Rees

Music: Edward P. Kimball

p. 315
May 1916.
Beautiful May

Words: Lillian Foster

Music: K. E. Fordham

p. 316

Other versions of this song:
Beautiful May

Apr 1916.
The voice of the shepherd

Words: Charles S. Nebeker

Music: Charles S. Nebeker

p. 242
Apr 1916.
Tenderly now our voices raise

Words: Douglas Brian

Music: Douglas Brian

p. 243
Mar 1916.
Meditation

Words: N/A

Music: Edward P. Kimball

Instrumental

p. 170
Feb 1916.
The smallest of mine

Words: Edward P. Kimball

Music: Edward P. Kimball

p. 99
Jan 1916.
Dear Mother Mine

Words: J. Leland Dewey

Music: Levi C. Parker

p. 25

Other versions of this song:
Dear Mother Mine

1915 (Return to top)
Dec 1915.
While shepherds watched

Words: Old carol

Music: Frank Moore Jeffrey

pp. 801–802
Nov 1915.
Zion

Words: Unknown

Music: Gerrit de Jong Jr.

p. 721
Oct 1915.
Camp Fire March

Words: N/A

Music: Ida Horne White

Instrumental

pp. 651–653
Jul 1915.
Lift your heads in glad thanksgiving

Words: Charles S. Nebeker

Music: Charles S. Nebeker

p. 447
Jun 1915.
If I were a sunbeam

Words: Mary Wilson Todd

Music: Bertha Owens

p. 376
Jun 1915.
Jubilee Song

Words: S. Y. G.

Music: B. Cecil Gates

p. 377
May 1915.
Soldier’s Dream

Words: E. E. Hewitt

Music: Albert J. Powell

p. 295
Mar 1915.
Easter Bells

Words: Eliza M. Sherman

Music: Albert J. Powell

pp. 168–169
Mar 1915.
Peace and Rest

Words: F. C. Steel

Music: L. C. Parker

p. 169
Feb 1915.
The Land of Washington

Words: D. B. Dudley

Music: W. O. Perkins

pp. 96–97
Jan 1915.
Home Love

Words: Evan Stephens

Music: Dr. Joseph Parry

pp. 24–25
1914 (Return to top)
Dec 1914.
Glory be to God (A Christmas carol)

Words: Evan Stephens

Music: Evan Stephens

p. 789

Other versions of this song:
“Glory be to God” the angels sang

Dec 1914.
A Christmas Carol

Words: Charles S. Nebeker

Music: Charles S. Nebeker

p. 790
Jul 1914.
I live for those who love me

Words: George L. Banks

Music: Edwin F. Parry

pp. 452–453
May 1914.
Lullaby in a canoe

Words: Blanche Kendall McKee

Music: Levi C. Parker

p. 321
Apr 1914.
Little duties

Words: E. Frank Soderborg

Music: Edwin f. Parry

p. 253
Apr 1914.
Mother

Words: Louis W. Larsen

Music: Joseph Ballantyne

p. 254
Mar 1914.
O ye peaceful mountain valleys

Words: Charles S. Nebeker

Music: Charles S. Nebeker

p. 175
Feb 1914.
I can see Thee, O my Savior

Words: E. Stephens

Music: E. Stephens

pp. 99–100
Jan 1914.
All hail! The bright new year!

Words: Parel Parker

Music: Levi C. Parker

pp. 28–29
1913 (Return to top)
Dec 1913.
The wondrous sacrifice

Words: Theodore E. Curtis

Music: H. A. Tuckett

p. 834
Nov 1913.
Many, many little stars

Words: E. F. Soderborg

Music: Gerrit de Jong, Jr.

p. 760
Oct 1913.
God made the sky that looks so blue

Words: Joseph Ballantyne

Music: Joseph Ballantyne

p. 677

Other versions of this song:
Gratitude

Aug 1913.
Baby Corn

Words: Unknown

Music: Levi C. Parker

pp. 534–535

Other versions of this song:
Baby Corn

Jul 1913.
Our banner

Words: N. Albert Sherman

Music: Edwin F. Parry

pp. 455–456

Other versions of this song:
Our banner

Jun 1913.
Let me labor in Thy service

Words: Evan Stephens

Music: Charles S. Nebeker

p. 387
May 1913.
Gentle mother dear

Words: Viva Huish

Music: F. J. Huish

p. 313
May 1913.
A Sunday school sacrament hymn

Words: John M. Chamberlain

Music: John M. Chamberlain

p. 314
Apr 1913.
Spring

Words: Fr. The German

Music: Bertha Owen

p. 238
Apr 1913.
Mother

Words: M. A. Stewart

Music: Leona B. Brown

pp. 238–239
Mar 1913.
Sacramental Hymn

Words: Wm. A. Morton

Music: Joseph Ballantyne

p. 163
Feb 1913.
Daisies

Words: Josephine Spencer

Music: Levi C. Parker

p. 88
Jan 1913.
God bless the old folks

Words: Unknown

Music: H. A. Tuckett

pp. 22–24
Jan 1913.
Where do all the daisies go?

Words: From “Royal gifts”

Music: Joseph Ballanyne

p. 25
1912 (Return to top)
Dec 1912.
Christmas Bells

Words: Unknown

Music: George H. Thomas

pp. 705–706
Nov 1912.
With all my powers of heart and tongue

Words: Watts

Music: John M. Chamberlain

p. 634
Nov 1912.
Cradle Song

Words: Unknown

Music: Von Weber

pp. 634–635
Oct 1912.
A Song of Thanks

Words: Mary G. Trask

Music: Frank E. Saville

p. 598
Sep 1912.
Freedom waves her joyous pinions

Words: Orson F. Whitney

Music: Edwin F. Parry

pp. 514–515

Other versions of this song:
Freedom waves her joyous pinions

Jul 1912.
Be Thou Perfect

Words: Ruth May Fox

Music: Leona B. Brown

pp. 394–395
Jun 1912.
Zion stands with hills surrounded

Words: Kelly

Music: John M. Chamberlain

p. 328
May 1912.
Indian Lullaby

Full credits not available

p. 292
Apr 1912.
Golden sunbeams

Words: Unknown

Music: Ira B. Wilson

pp. 231–232
Apr 1912.
Spring Song

Words: Hans Christian Andersen; Gudrun Thorne-Thomsen

Music: Ellen H. Thomas

p. 232

Other versions of this song:
Spring Song

Mar 1912.
Forward be our watchword

Words: Alford

Music: Dr. J. Stainer

p. 152
Jan 1912.
Utah, dear Utah

Words: Unknown

Music: James Hood

pp. 26–28
Jan 1912.
The sweet story of old

Full credits not available

p. 47
1911 (Return to top)
Dec 1911.
Sing a song of Christmas

Words: Edith Virginia Bradt

Music: H. A. Tuckett

pp. 718–719
Nov 1911.
Ere life’s fleet hour has flown

Words: Sarah E. Mitton

Music: Edwin F. Parry

p. 645
Nov 1911.
Christmas Carol

Words: Helen Ekin Starrett

Music: Mrs. Crosby Adams

p. 662
Oct 1911.
Autumn Leaves

Words: Alveretta S. Engar

Music: Charles J. Engar

p. 589

Other versions of this song:
Autumn Leaves

Oct 1911.
In Autumn

Words: R. J. Weston

Music: Mildred J. Hill

p. 606
Jun 1911.
My soul is full of peace and love

Words: Unknown

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

pp. 338–339
Jan 1911.
God sees all

Words: Unknown

Music: Joseph Ballantyne

p. 23
Jan 1911.
Children’s prayer

Words: Lucy E. Browning

Music: Louise Sloan

p. 33
1910 (Return to top)
Nov 1910.
The Sunday school volunteers

Words: Words adapted George D. Pyper

Music: B. G. Greenhill

p. 602
Oct 1910.
Hark! O hear those strains now swelling!

Words: Charles S. Nebeker

Music: Charles S. Nebeker

p. 542
Oct 1910.
Thanksgiving Song

Words: Unknown

Music: Joseph Ballantyne

p. 550
Sep 1910.
Utah, fairest Utah

Words: Unknown

Music: Joseph Ballantyne

p. 480
Sep 1910.
A little brown leaf

Words: Unknown

Music: Joseph Ballantyne

p. 490

Other versions of this song:
The Little Brown Leaf

Aug 1910.
Jesus loves the little children

Full credits not available

p. 412
Aug 1910.
Morning song

Words: Unknown

Music: Joseph Ballantyne

p. 424
Jul 1910.
Stand for the right

Words: Unknown

Music: Joseph Ballantyne

p. 365
Jun 1910.
Hurrah for the Flag

Full credits not available

p. 304
May 1910.
Invocation

Words: A. Dalrymple

Music: L. Schofield

p. 236
May 1910.
A river song

Words: Unknown

Music: Joseph Ballantyne

p. 250

Other versions of this song:
A river song

Apr 1910.
Should you feel inclined to censure

Words: Unknown

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

pp. 174–175
Apr 1910.
Who taught the bird?

Words: Unknown

Music: Joseph Ballantyne

p. 185
Mar 1910.
Reverence

Words: Mary F. Kelly-Pie

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

p. 116
Mar 1910.
The alder by the river

Words: Unknown

Music: Joseph Ballantyne

p. 129
Feb 1910.
Come to me, ye scattered people

Words: H. H. Petersen

Music: H. H. Petersen

p. 65
Feb 1910.
The robin and the pussy willow

Words: Unknown

Music: Joseph Ballantyne

p. 75
Jan 1910.
Zion

Words: Charles S. Nebeker

Music: Charles S. Nebeker

p. 13
Jan 1910.
Father, we thank Thee

Words: Unknown

Music: Mendelssohn’s Elijah

p. 13
Jan 1910.
Jesus once was a little child

Words: Unknown

Music: Joseph Ballantyne

p. 26
Jan 1910.
God is Love

Words: Anon.

Music: Joseph Ballantyne

p. 31

Other versions of this song:
God Our Father Made the Night

1909 (Return to top)
Dec 1909.
Christmas Cradle Song

Words: Unknown

Music: Joseph Ballantyne

pp. 522–523
May 1909.
The truly great

Words: Unknown

Music: L. D. Edwards

pp. 218–219
1908 (Return to top)
Oct 1908.
At the throne of Grace

Words: F. A. Huish

Music: F. A. Huish accom. A. Miller

pp. 401–403
Apr 1908.
Communion

Words: Evan Stephens

Music: Evan Stephens

p. 162
1907 (Return to top)
Nov 1907.
Zion’s standard is raised

Words: Daniel Letham

Music: C. J. Thomas

pp. 665–666
Oct 1907.
Summer Waltz (by an 8 yr old child)

Words: N/A

Music: Beatrice Stringham

Instrumental

p. 606
Sep 1907.
Jewels

Words: Mrs. Hallie Grigg

Music: Will Edelmann

pp. 569–570
Aug 1907.
Left alone

Words: R. S. Horne

Music: R. S. Horne

pp. 506–507
Jul 1907.
The daughters of Zion

Words: Emily Woodmansee

Music: C. J. Thomas

pp. 409–411
Apr 1907.
Pansies

Words: Unknown

Music: Joseph Ballantyne

p. 249
Apr 1907.
Spring

Words: Unknown

Music: Joseph Ballantyne

p. 217
Mar 1907.
The Beyond

Words: Selected

Music: H. H. Petersen

p. 187
Feb 1907.
Utah, the star of the west

Words: O. P. Huish

Music: O. P. Huish

pp. 122–123
Jan 1907.
To a teacher (Children’s song of love)

Words: L. L. Greene Richards

Music: Geo. Careless

pp. 46–47
Jan 1907.
At Christmas

Words: Hallie Grigg

Music: John Martin

p. 15
1906 (Return to top)
Dec 1906.
As shepherds watched their flocks

Words: Henry W. Longfellow

Music: Charles J. Thomas

pp. 742–745
Dec 1906.
Choose the right

Words: Joseph L. Townsend

Music: Henry A. Tuckett

p. 725

Other versions of this song:
Choose the Right

Dec 1906.
The joy and the song

Words: Julia H. Johnston

Music: H. R. Palmer

p. 726
Dec 1906.
I do remember Thee

Words: Joseph L. Townsend

Music: Edwin F. Parry

p. 736

Other versions of this song:
I Do Remember Thee

Nov 1906.
Gently raise the sacred strain

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: Charles J. Thomas

p. 687

Other versions of this song:
Gently Raise the Sacred Strain

Nov 1906.
Thanksgiving Day

Words: J. G. Whittier

Music: Unknown

pp. 651–652
Oct 1906.
In Autumn

Words: R. J. Weston

Music: Mildred J. Hill

pp. 616–617
Oct 1906.
The birdie’s song

Words: Unknown

Music: Joseph Ballantyne

p. 640
Oct 1906.
Fruit song

Full credits not available

p. 602
Sep 1906.
The day is past and over

Words: From the Greek

Music: Alfred J. Gentry

p. 559
Sep 1906.
Rest exercise

Full credits not available

p. 567
Sep 1906.
Good morning song

Words: Gertrude Walker

Music: Gertrude Walker

pp. 518–519
Sep 1906.
Rest exercise – Visiting Game

Full credits not available

p. 523
Sep 1906.
Parting song

Full credits not available

p. 526
Aug 1906.
Trust in God

Words: Thomas Grinfield

Music: H. H. Petersen

p. 480
Jul 1906.
The Musician

Full credits not available

pp. 405–406
Jul 1906.
My pigeon house

Words: Unknown

Music: German Air

Arr.: Parker

pp. 407–408
Jun 1906.
The King of France

Words: From Hofer p. 8

Music: From Hofer p. 8

p. 371
Jun 1906.
The Greeting

Words: Emilie Poulsson

Music: Adapt. French folk song

p. 372
Jun 1906.
Now I lay me down to sleep

Words: Amelia M. Starkweather

Music: H. R. Palmer

pp. 326–327
May 1906.
All the birds have come again

Words: Traditional

Music: Joseph Ballantyne

p. 303

Other versions of this song:
All the birds have come again

May 1906.
Our beautiful home (for funerals)

Words: Emily H. Miller

Music: Hans Henry Petersen

p. 264

Other versions of this song:
Our Beautiful Home

May 1906.
The little window

Words: From Blow p. 229

Music: From Blow p. 229

pp. 280–281
May 1906.
The pendulum

Words: From Hailman p. 117

Music: From Hailman p. 117

p. 282
Apr 1906.
The everlasting friend

Words: Unknown

Music: H. H. Petersen

p. 214
Mar 1906.
Spring

Words: Unknown

Music: Jos. Ballantyne

p. 184
Mar 1906.
Don’t worry

Words: W. W. Burton

Music: H. H. Petersen

p. 152
Feb 1906.
Winter Song

Words: Jenette B. McKay

Music: Joseph Ballantyne

p. 128
Feb 1906.
Good-morning song

Words: Florence Page

Music: Florence Page

p. 83
Feb 1906.
The robin and pussy willow

Words: Selected

Music: Joseph Ballantyne

p. 85
Feb 1906.
Count your blessings

Words: Rev. I Oatman, Jr.

Music: E. O. Excell

p. 96
Jan 1906.
The New Year

Words: Laura Frost Armitage

Music: Unknown

p. 8

Other versions of this song:
The New Year

Jan 1906.
Little Chicken

Full credits not available

p. 10
Jan 1906.
The message of the flowers

Words: Annie Malin

Music: J. G. Fones

p. 15
1905 (Return to top)
Dec 1905.
Santa Claus

Full credits not available

pp. 714–715
Dec 1905.
Santa Claus comes every year

Full credits not available

p. 715
Nov 1905.
Over the river and through the woods

Full credits not available

p. 691
Nov 1905.
Joseph the blest

Words: Lula Greene Richards

Music: Evan Stephens

pp. 646–647

Other versions of this song:
Father of Life and Light

Nov 1905.
Joseph Smith

Words: Edwin F. Parry

Music: E. Stepens

p. 648
Oct 1905.
Go, ye messengers of glory

Words: John Taylor

Music: J. G. Fones

pp. 622–623

Other versions of this song:
Go, Ye Messengers of Glory

Sep 1905.
Sing the wondrous story

Words: E. Stephens

Music: E. Stephens

p. 569
Sep 1905.
Greeting

Full credits not available

p. 536
Sep 1905.
One Hundred Years

Words: E. Stephens

Music: E. Stephens

p. 537
Sep 1905.
Happy Sabbath Day

Words: E. Stephens

Music: Chas. S. Nebeker

p. 538
Aug 1905.
The great question

Words: J. H. Ward

Music: Tracy Y. Cannon

p. 504
Aug 1905.
Where do all the daisies go?

Words: From “Royal Gifts”

Music: Joseph Ballantyne

p. 473
Aug 1905.
Who taught the little birds?

Words: Unknown

Music: Joseph Ballantyne

pp. 473–474
Jul 1905.
Thy kingdom come

Words: H. W. Naisbitt

Music: J. G. Fones

p. 443
Jul 1905.
Peace to thee, little one

Words: L. L. Greene Richards

Music: J. G. Fones

p. 407
Jul 1905.
Do this way and that way

Full credits not available

p. 410
Jun 1905.
Hurrah for the flag

Full credits not available

pp. 366–367
Jun 1905.
He knows

Words: Edith Virginia Eradt

Music: E. Beesley

p. 384
Jun 1905.
The angel’s message

Words: Unknown

Music: Edwin F. Parry

pp. 332–335
May 1905.
Here we go

Full credits not available

pp. 300–301
May 1905.
Come thou fount of every blessing

Words: Robert Robinson

Music: Alfred J. Gentry

p. 320

Other versions of this song:
Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing

May 1905.
Who taught the little birds?

Full credits not available

p. 278
May 1905.
Up, up in the sky

Full credits not available

p. 279
May 1905.
The final triumph

Words: H. W. Naisbitt

Music: J. G. Fones

pp. 286–287
Apr 1905.
Little lambs so white and fair

Full credits not available

p. 235
Apr 1905.
Jerusalem, my glorious home

Words: Unknown

Music: Dr. Lowell Mason

pp. 247–249
Apr 1905.
Good morning to the glad new day

Words: Caro A. Dugan

Music: Unknown

pp. 216–217

Other versions of this song:
Good morning to the sunshine fair

Apr 1905.
Waiting to grow

Full credits not available

p. 218
Apr 1905.
He arose in triumph

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: Ebenezer Beesley

pp. 223–224

Other versions of this song:
Cease, ye fond parents, cease to weep

Mar 1905.
The laborers are few

Words: G. March

Music: H. H. Petersen

p. 192
Mar 1905.
Peace, troubled soul

Words: LDS Hymn Book

Music: Tracy Y. Cannon

p. 136
Feb 1905.
Dare and do

Words: Unknown

Music: Joseph J. Daynes

p. 128

Other versions of this song:
Dare to think, though others frown

Feb 1905.
True to the faith

Words: Evan Stephens

Music: Evan Stephens

pp. 95–96
Jan 1905.
Little things

Words: J. L. Townsend

Music: Charles J. Thomas

p. 47
Jan 1905.
Truth the Immortal

Words: O. F. Whitney

Music: George Careless

pp. 23–24
1904 (Return to top)
Dec 1904.
Sing the dear old story

Words: Geo. Cooper

Music: H. Millard

p. 776
Nov 1904.
Parting song

Full credits not available

p. 685
Nov 1904.
Songs of the heart march

Full credits not available

Arr.: Thomas McIntyre

Instrumental

pp. 700–701
Nov 1904.
Great and marvelous

Words: Unknown

Music: J. G. Fones

pp. 670–672
Oct 1904.
The pilgrim’s song of hope

Words: N/A

Music: Edouard Batiste

Instrumental

pp. 639–640
Oct 1904.
On the way to glory

Words: J. L. Townsend

Music: E. Beesley

p. 608
Sep 1904.
Holiday March

Words: N/A

Music: F. R. Kimball

Instrumental

pp. 570–571
Sep 1904.
Voluntary in F

Words: N/A

Music: J. L. Battmann

Instrumental

p. 544
Aug 1904.
Notturno

Words: N/A

Music: Mendelssohn

Instrumental

p. 512
Aug 1904.
The word of God

Words: Edwin . F. Parry

Music: Edwin F. Parry

p. 480
Jun 1904.
The story of Galilee

Words: Robert Morris

Music: H. R. Palmer

p. 384

Other versions of this song:
Each Cooing Dove

Jun 1904.
There’s not a tint that paints the rose

Words: Unknown

Music: A. C. Smyth

p. 348
May 1904.
On the shores of the great inland sea

Words: J. L. Townshend

Music: Edwin F. Parry

pp. 286–288
Apr 1904.
A Thanksgiving song

Words: Fr. ”Our dumb animals”

Music: Charles J. Thomas

p. 256
Mar 1904.
The First Christmas

Words: Trans. F. Christensen

Music: Unknown

p. 192
Feb 1904.
Bringing in the sheaves

Words: Knowles Shaw

Music: H. H. Petersen

p. 128
Jan 1904.
If there’s sunshine in your heart

Words: Helen Dungan

Music: J. M. Dungan

p. 32
1903 (Return to top)
Dec 1903.
Brightest and best of the sons of the morning

Words: Reginald Heber

Music: A. C. Smyth

p. 794

Other versions of this song:
Brightest and best of the sons of the morning

Nov 1903.
Set free

Words: Emily Woodmansee

Music: “Nearer my God to thee”

p. 704
Aug 1903.
Hark! Hark, my soul

Words: Rev. F. W. Faber

Music: A. C. Smyth

p. 512
Jul 1903.
A boy’s prayer

Words: Archibald McKinnon

Music: Archibald McKinnon

p. 431
Jun 1903.
My willing song

Words: H. W. Naisbitt

Music: Selected

p. 384
May 1903.
My Father, for another night

Words: Henry W. Baker

Music: A. C. Smyth

p. 305
May 1903.
Christmas Cradle Song

Words: Unknown

Music: Joseph Ballantyne

p. 306
May 1903.
A missionary farewell

Words: Mary Ann Shaw

Music: J. G. Fones

p. 288
Apr 1903.
Sunshine in the soul

Words: E. E. Hewitt

Music: John R. Sweney

p. 239
Mar 1903.
The evening trains (a cradle song)

Words: J. H. Ward

Music: Edwin F. Parry

p. 151
Feb 1903.
As pants the hart

Words: Nahum Tate

Music: A. C. Smyth

p. 128

Other versions of this song:
As pants the hart

Feb 1903.
Peace, be still

Words: M. A. Baker

Music: H. R. Palmer

pp. 86–87
Jan 1903.
How beauteous are their feet

Words: Dr. Watts

Music: Joseph G. Fones

pp. 31–32
1902 (Return to top)
Dec 1902.
On Samoa’s sunny island

Words: Myra Longhurst

Music: T. C. Griggs

p. 732
Oct 1902.
As swiftly my hours pass by

Words: Unknown

Music: John M. Chamberlain

p. 640

Other versions of this song:
As swiftly my hours pass by

Oct 1902.
God is love

Words: G. Burder

Music: J. G. Fones

p. 608
Sep 1902.
The other shore

Words: Selected

Music: J. G. Fones

pp. 575–576
Sep 1902.
We thank Thee, our Father

Words: Geo. A. Hicks

Music: Reese D. James

p. 576
Aug 1902.
Know this, that every soul is free

Words: Selected

Music: E. F. Parry

p. 512
Aug 1902.
A good and true life

Words: Unknown

Music: L. D. Edwards

p. 480
Jul 1902.
O my Father

Words: N/A

Music: Thomas Durham

Instrumental

p. 431
Jun 1902.
To the Holy Spirit

Words: L. L. Greene Richards

Music: L. C. Read

p. 383
Jun 1902.
Turning Gray

Words: J. H. Ward

Music: J. H. Ward

Arr.: Ebenezer Beesley

p. 352
May 1902.
Redeemer of Israel

Words: W. W. Phelps

Music: H. H. Petersen

p. 316
May 1902.
I know that my redeemer lives

Words: Unknown

Music: W. H. Thompson

pp. 317–320
May 1902.
Sailing

Words: Unknown

Music: Ioan ap Iorwerth

p. 288
Apr 1902.
Sunday School Jubilee (March Song)

Words: Lewis D. Edwards

Music: Lewis D. Edwards

p. 256

Other versions of this song:
Sunday School Jubilee

Apr 1902.
When the mists have cleared away

Words: Anna Herbert

Music: H. H. Petersen

p. 224
Mar 1902.
The world’s favorite idols

Words: J. H. Ward

Music: E. F. Parry

p. 192
Feb 1902.
See! All creation joins

Words: W. W. Phelps

Music: J. G. Fones

p. 96
Jan 1902.
The glorious day is rolling on

Words: E. R. Snow

Music: H. H. Petersen

p. 63
Jan 1902.
Hold Still / Ich halte stille

Words: J. H. Ward

Music: Unknown

Language: English, German

pp. 63–64
1901 (Return to top)
Dec 1901.
Little knees should lowly bend

Words: Selected

Music: A. C. Smyth

p. 754
Nov 1901.
The work in the Lord’s vineyard

Words: J. H. Ward

Music: Unknown

Arr.: Joseph H. Ward

pp. 703–704
Oct 1901.
Jesus bids us shine

Words: Unknown

Music: A. C. Smyth

p. 640
Sep 1901.
Sacramental Hymn

Words: Henry W. Naisbitt

Music: Joseph G. Fones

p. 576

Other versions of this song:
Sacramental Hymn

Sep 1901.
Our nation’s glory

Words: J. H. Ward

Music: H. A. Tuckett

pp. 543–544
Aug 1901.
Family Song

Words: Taken from “Gaynor’s Songs and Games”

Music: Taken from “Gaynor’s Songs and Games”

p. 505
Jul 1901.
Oh Jesus! The giver of all we enjoy

Words: W. W. Phelps

Music: H. H. Petersen

p. 448
Jun 1901.
I know that my redeemer lives

Words: LDS hymn book

Music: L. D. Edwards

p. 352
May 1901.
The story of our mountain home

Words: Edwin F. Parry

Music: Edwin F. Parry

p. 320
May 1901.
The teacher’s work is done

Words: Annie Pike Greenwood

Music: Lewis D. Edwards

p. 288

Other versions of this song:
Come, Lay His Books and Papers By

Apr 1901.
Only a little while

Words: S. C. Lowry

Music: H. H. Petersen

p. 224
Feb 1901.
In thy temple

Words: L. L. Greene Richards

Music: Reissiger/adp. L. C. Reed

pp. 127–128
Feb 1901.
The end of the way

Words: Nettie Kinersly

Music: C. J. Thomas

pp. 95–96
Jan 1901.
The happy hour

Words: M. B. P.

Music: H. H. Petersen

p. 64
1900 (Return to top)
Nov 1900.
My native land, farewell!

Words: W. W. Phelps

Music: Unknown

Arr.: Thomas C. Griggs

pp. 731–732
Sep 1900.
Up, up and follow, comrades

Words: Belle Russell Johnson

Music: Geo. Careless

pp. 571–573
Aug 1900.
Sunny Days of Childhood

Words: W. H. Groser

Music: T. C. Griggs

p. 504
Jun 1900.
Our volunteers quickstep

Words: N/A

Music: Harold Orlob

Instrumental

pp. 351–352
Feb 1900.
Guide us, O thou great Jehovah

Words: William Williams

Music: H. H. Petersen

p. 128

Other versions of this song:
Guide Us, O Thou Great Jehovah

Jan 1900.
Glorious things are sung of Zion

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: H. H. Petersen

p. 64

Other versions of this song:
Glorious Things Are Sung of Zion

Jan 1900.
New Year’s Greeting

Words: Jennie Hyde

Music: Fred. Beesley

p. 32
1899 (Return to top)
Oct 1899.
The Heavenly Mansions

Words: Amos Clarke

Music: Selected

pp. 639–640
Oct 1899.
Zion’s Sunday School Jubilee Hymn

Words: Emily Woodmansee

Music: W. Daunt Scott

p. 608
Jul 1899.
I love you, Mother

Words: Joy Allison

Music: Ebenezer Beesley

p. 448

Other versions of this song:
I Love You, Mother

Jul 1899.
The old, old story

Words: McKeever

Music: Sweney

p. 416
Jun 1899.
O My Father

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: Edwin F. Parry

pp. 349–352
Apr 1899.
The Missionary’s Song of Home

Words: Edwin F. Parry

Music: Mrs. C. E. S. Norton

p. 256
Apr 1899.
Away with our fears

Words: Charles Wesley

Music: Isaac Fox

Arr.: Ebenezer Beesley

pp. 223–224

Other versions of this song:
Away with our fears! the glad morning appears

Mar 1899.
The birdies’ lullaby

Words: From the German

Music: Frank W. Merrill

pp. 159–160
Feb 1899.
Ye who are called to labor

Words: From LDS hymn book

Music: Unknown

pp. 95–96
Jan 1899.
Holy Father

Words: Alva A. Tanner

Music: T. Y. Cannon

p. 32
1898 (Return to top)
Dec 1898.
A stranger star o’er Bethlehem

Words: Orson F. Whitney

Music: Edwin F. Parry

p. 856

Other versions of this song:
A Stranger Star O’er Bethlehem

Oct 1898.
Make new friends but keep the old

Words: [Joseph Parry]

Music: Joseph Parry

pp. 743–744
Aug 1898.
Primary Song

Words: William A. Morton

Music: Ebenezer Beesley

p. 552

Other versions of this song:
Come now, Little Children

Jun 1898.
Courage (March Chorus)

Words: E. Stephens

Music: E. Stephens

pp. 421–423
Jun 1898.
We ever pray for thee

Words: E. Stephens

Music: E. Stephens

p. 424
Apr 1898.
A missionary song

Words: R. A. Middleton

Music: Ebenezer Beesley

pp. 279–280

Other versions of this song:
Moroni’s Message

1897 (Return to top)
Dec 1897.
The Sound of Jubilee

Words: E. R. Lotta

Music: L. D. Edwards

pp. 743–744
Oct 1897.
Who are these arrayed in white

Words: De Courey

Music: Unknown

Arr.: Alma Hardy

pp. 615–616
Sep 1897.
Jesus, I My Cross Have Taken

Words: Selected

Music: Alma Hardy

p. 584
Sep 1897.
In our lovely Deseret

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: G. F. Root

p. 552
Mar 1897.
Angels singing glad Hosannahs

Words: Unknown

Music: H. H. Petersen

p. 200
Mar 1897.
Greeting to President Wilford Woodruff

Words: Evan Stephens

Music: Evan Stephens

pp. 167–168
Mar 1897.
We ever pray for thee

Words: E. Stephens

Music: Unknown

Arr.: E. K. Bassett

p. 168
Feb 1897.
Our Own Sunday School

Full credits not available

p. 128
Feb 1897.
Hark the children sweetly sing

Words: Amos Clarke

Music: Selected

p. 104
1896 (Return to top)
Dec 1896.
Truth unveiled is shinging

Words: L. D. Edwards

Music: L. D. Edwards

pp. 711–712
Nov 1896.
We are marching on to glory

Words: H. H. Petersen

Music: H. H. Petersen

p. 680
Nov 1896.
Hark, what sounds awake the air!

Words: George Minns

Music: George Minns

p. 648
Oct 1896.
Sunday School Invitation

Full credits not available

p. 600
Sep 1896.
Oh, we love to sing of Zion

Words: I. B. Nash

Music: Unknown

p. 536
Aug 1896.
Not a sparrow falleth

Words: Unknown

Music: H. H. Petersen

pp. 503–504
Aug 1896.
By the stream’s clear waters

Words: George Minns

Music: George Minns

p. 472

Other versions of this song:
By the Stream’s Clear Waters

Jul 1896.
Beautiful city of God

Words: Unknown

Music: J. H. Hood

p. 440
Jul 1896.
Gloria! (arr. organ fr. Orchestra 1895)

Words: Evan Stephens

Music: John J. McClellan

pp. 399–408

Other versions of this song:
Glory, glory be to the Lord

May 1896.
Blessed Sabbath Day (S.S. Anthem)

Words: Lewis D. Edwards

Music: Lewis D. Edwards

pp. 319–320

Other versions of this song:
Blessed Sabbath Day

Apr 1896.
A Sabbath Hymn

Words: H. M. Warner

Music: J. H. Hood

p. 256
Apr 1896.
Praise

Words: H. H. Petersen

Music: H. H. Petersen

p. 224
Mar 1896.
Sacramental hymn

Words: Isaac Watts

Music: G. Done

Arr.: John J. McLellan

p. 192

Other versions of this song:
’Twas on That Dark, That Solemn Night

Mar 1896.
Our angels (Song for Zion’s little ones)

Words: Lula

Music: E. Beesley

pp. 159–160
Feb 1896.
Home

Words: O. F. Whitney

Music: E. F. Parry

p. 128
Feb 1896.
O, my Father (set to a new melody)

Words: E. R. S. Smith

Music: C. J. Thomas

pp. 95–96
Jan 1896.
Night song (A lullaby)

Words: Unknown

Music: E. Stephens

pp. 38–40
1895 (Return to top)
Nov 1895.
Ho, for a life on the farm!

Words: E. F. P.

Music: E. F. P.

pp. 710–712
Nov 1895.
Haste ye fair ones to the grove (Canon)

Words: George Minns

Music: George Minns

p. 680
Oct 1895.
The little Mormon meeting house

Words: J. H. Ward

Music: E. Beesley

pp. 647–648
Oct 1895.
Forward, brothers, forward

Words: G. Parker

Music: H. A. Tuckett

p. 616
Sep 1895.
Morning song

Words: Watts

Music: Arthur Day

p. 552
Aug 1895.
Secret prayer

Words: H. H. Petersen

Music: H. H. Petersen

p. 520
Jul 1895.
How merry is the springtime (Canon)

Words: George Minns

Music: George Minns

p. 424
Jun 1895.
Our mountain home of freedom

Words: Unknown

Music: Jas. Hood

pp. 391–392
May 1895.
Memorial hymn (for decoration day)

Words: Anon.

Music: Alma Hardy

p. 328

Other versions of this song:
Memorial Hymn

Apr 1895.
The spirits of the dead (Temple anthem)

Words: John Nicholson

Music: C. J. Thomas

pp. 260–264
Mar 1895.
Arbor Day Song

Words: Evan Stephens

Music: Evan Stephens

p. 168

Other versions of this song:
Arbor Morning, Bright and Fair

Feb 1895.
Children’s devotional hymn

Words: H. A. Tuckett

Music: H. A. Tuckett

p. 136
Feb 1895.
God will defend the right

Words: Jas. Hood

Music: Jas. Hood

pp. 103–104
Jan 1895.
Our new national song

Words: J. H. Ward

Music: Ebenezer Beesley

pp. 71–72

Other versions of this song:
Our new national song

Jan 1895.
Oh, how lovely is Zion!

Words: Unknown

Music: H. H. Petersen

pp. 39–40
1894 (Return to top)
Dec 1894.
The master has come

Words: words fr. St. Paul’s music leaflets

Music: A. C. Smyth

pp. 791–792
Nov 1894.
Andante

Words: N/A

Music: Frank W. Merrill

Instrumental

p. 720
Oct 1894.
Invocation hymn

Words: William G. Bickley

Music: William G. Bickley

p. 656

Other versions of this song:
Invocation

Oct 1894.
When I was a little child

Words: H. E. Llewelyn

Music: H. E. Llewelyn

p. 624
Sep 1894.
Go, ye messengers

Words: John Taylor

Music: Unknown

Arr.: Charles J. Thomas

p. 592

Other versions of this song:
Go, Ye Messengers of Glory

Aug 1894.
My future home

Words: H. H. Petersen

Music: H. H. Petersen

p. 528
Jul 1894.
Patriotic Song

Words: Anon.

Music: Anon.

p. 424

Other versions of this song:
Patriotic Song

Jun 1894.
Who shall sing if not the children?

Full credits not available

Arr.: Ebenezer Beesley

p. 392
Jun 1894.
The sweet story of old

Full credits not available

Arr.: Ebenezer Beesley

p. 392
Jun 1894.
Heavenly Grace

Words: From LDS hymn book

Music: Arthur Day

p. 360
Apr 1894.
Our mother in heaven

Words: Wm. C. Harrison

Music: A. Hardy

pp. 263–264
Apr 1894.
Who are these?

Words: From LDS hymn book

Music: E. Stephens

pp. 231–232
Mar 1894.
There is a land of fadeless hue

Words: H. H. Petersen

Music: H. H. Petersen

p. 200
Mar 1894.
Twilight waltz

Words: N/A

Music: Herman E. Campbell

Instrumental

p. 168
Feb 1894.
Come, all ye sons of Zion

Words: Caleb Taylor; William W. Phelps

Music: E. F. Parry

p. 136

Other versions of this song:
Come, All Ye Saints of Zion

Feb 1894.
Sabbath bells

Words: Fanny Crosby

Music: T. E. Perkins

p. 104
Jan 1894.
Whispering hope

Words: W & M Alice Hawthorne [Septimus Winner]

Music: W & M Alice Hawthorne [Septimus Winner]

p. 71
Jan 1894.
Hard times come again no more

Words: Stephen Foster

Music: Stephen Foster

Arr.: Evan Stephens

p. 39
Jan 1894.
Do they pray for me at home?

Words: Unknown

Music: J. H. Tenney

p. 40
1893 (Return to top)
Dec 1893.
O my Father

Words: E. R. Snow

Music: McGranahan

Arr.: Merrill

p. 791
Dec 1893.
Hark! Listen to the trumpeters

Words: Unknown

Music: E. F. Parry

pp. 749–752
Nov 1893.
Let us clamber over the hillside

Words: E. Stephens

Music: E. Stephens

pp. 717–720
Nov 1893.
Freedom bells

Words: Unknown

Music: Selected

p. 688
Oct 1893.
Unchanging faith

Words: H. W. Naisbett

Music: J. G. Fones

p. 656
Oct 1893.
The Lord is worthy or praise

Words: Unknown

Music: E. Beesley

p. 624
Sep 1893.
Because he loves me so

Words: Selected

Music: H. H. Petersen

p. 592
Sep 1893.
Hallelujah Song

Words: C. Denney

Music: C. Denney

p. 559
Sep 1893.
A Sabbath Hymn

Words: Unknown

Music: E. Beesley

p. 560
Aug 1893.
Thoughts of home

Words: N/A

Music: H. A. Tuckett

Instrumental

p. 528
Aug 1893.
An Opening Voluntary (Trio)

Words: N/A

Music: Frank W. Merrill

Instrumental

p. 496
Jul 1893.
All hail, immortal day!

Words: James H. Wallis

Music: Edwin F. Parry

p. 464

Other versions of this song:
All hail, immortal day!

Jul 1893.
Keep the heart tender

Words: Fr. Primary Song Bk.

Music: Minnie E. Owens

p. 432
Jun 1893.
Campaign March

Words: N/A

Music: H. A. Tuckett

Instrumental

pp. 399–400
Jun 1893.
I will praise the Lord

Words: Unknown

Music: H. H. Petersen

pp. 366–368
May 1893.
God make my life a little light!

Words: Matilda Betham-Edwards

Music: Unknown

p. 304

Other versions of this song:
God Make My Life a Little Light

Apr 1893.
Remember thy creator!

Words: Unknown

Music: A. Hardy

p. 272
Apr 1893.
Cry out and shout

Words: Unknown

Music: H. H. Petersen

pp. 231–232
Mar 1893.
My Sweet Heart’s Waltz

Words: N/A

Music: H. A. Tuckett

Instrumental

p. 168
Feb 1893.
Good St. David’s Day

Words: Unknown

Music: J. S. Lewis

p. 135
Feb 1893.
Come join with me

Words: Anon.

Music: Minnie E. Owens

p. 103

Other versions of this song:
Come, join with me to sing and praise

Feb 1893.
The Sabbath

Words: H. H. Petersen

Music: H. H. Petersen

p. 104
Jan 1893.
Nearer, my God, to Thee!

Words: Unknown

Music: A. C. Smyth

p. 72
Jan 1893.
How sweet, how heavenly is the sight

Words: Fr. Primary Song Bk.

Music: Minnie E. Owens

p. 39
Jan 1893.
It is the Sabbath day

Words: C. Denney

Music: C. Denney

Arr.: Henry A. Tuckett

p. 40
1892 (Return to top)
Dec 1892.
Once in Bethlehem

Words: J. MacFarlane

Music: C. E. Kettle

p. 792
Dec 1892.
With Joyful Hearts

Words: C. W. Stayner

Music: J. S. Lewis

p. 744
Nov 1892.
Haste, Haste

Full credits not available

p. 704
Nov 1892.
Loud let the praise of God resound

Words: Unknown

Music: Jos. G. Fones

pp. 670–672
Oct 1892.
Wisdom’s Treasures

Words: Unknown

Music: T. McIntyre

p. 640
Oct 1892.
The works of God

Words: Joseph Ballantyne

Music: Unknown

p. 615

Other versions of this song:
Gratitude

Sep 1892.
Cradle Song, Rock a by baby

Words: Unknown

Music: H. A. Tuckett

p. 584
Sep 1892.
Little Nell

Words: Unknown

Music: Geo. B. Loomis

p. 552
Aug 1892.
Once more we come before our God

Words: Unknown

Music: A. C. Smyth

p. 520
Aug 1892.
Dedication

Words: H. W. Naisbitt

Music: Jas. H. Hood

pp. 486–488
Jul 1892.
Noble sires, honored mothers

Words: H. W. Naisbitt

Music: J. S. Lewis

p. 456
Jul 1892.
I’m a pilgrim

Words: H. H. Petersen

Music: H. H. Petersen

p. 424
Jun 1892.
God is ever good

Full credits not available

p. 392
Jun 1892.
Praise the Lord Forevermore

Words: Unknown

Music: H. H. Petersen

pp. 359–360
May 1892.
The Violet

Words: Anon.

Music: D. D. E. Jones

p. 327

Other versions of this song:
The Violet

May 1892.
Welcome to all (Children’s Chorus)

Words: H. A. Tuckett

Music: H. A. Tuckett

p. 296
Apr 1892.
Arise, O Glorious Zion

Words: William G. Mills

Music: Albert Buckwell

p. 264

Other versions of this song:
Arise, O Glorious Zion

Apr 1892.
The Daisy

Words: Unknown

Music: A. C. L.

p. 232
Mar 1892.
Island of dreams

Words: Unknown

Music: J. S. Lewis

p. 200
Mar 1892.
Brightly gleams our banner

Words: Tho­mas J. Pot­ter

Music: Arthur S. Sullivan

p. 168

Other versions of this song:
Brightly Gleams Our Banner

Feb 1892.
The Lord’s Day

Words: John Mason

Music: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

p. 136

Other versions of this song:
The Lord’s Day

Feb 1892.
We will praise Thee, O God

Words: Unknown

Music: Edwin F. Parry

p. 104
Feb 1892.
Sound his praises

Words: Unknown

Music: E. P. Andrews

p. 104
Jan 1892.
Truth

Words: James Crystal

Music: Hans Henry Petersen

p. 72

Other versions of this song:
Truth

Jan 1892.
One more year has gone

Words: Mrs. M. B. C. Slade

Music: Mrs. M. B. C. Slade

p. 40
1891 (Return to top)
Dec 1891.
Through the day thy love has spared us

Words: Unknown

Music: I. Tilleard

p. 796
Dec 1891.
We are happy today

Words: Unknown

Music: E. F. P.

p. 744
Nov 1891.
Let’s write Pa a letter

Words: Charles Denney

Music: Charles Denney

p. 712
Nov 1891.
Hold fast to truth

Full credits not available

p. 680
Oct 1891.
When the summer’s gone by

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: Edwin F. Parry

p. 648
Oct 1891.
Lord of the worlds above

Words: Unknown

Music: J. Kinkel

p. 615
Sep 1891.
Sweet hosannas

Words: Unknown

Music: Air from Handel

p. 584
Sep 1891.
In that bright home above

Words: Unknown

Music: E. F. Parry

p. 552
Aug 1891.
The unknown grave

Words: David Smith

Music: David Smith

Arr.: Charles J. Thomas

p. 520
Aug 1891.
Oh Zion, Dear, how joyful!

Words: I. B. Nash

Music: T. C. Griggs

p. 488
Jul 1891.
Waiting for the reapers

Full credits not available

p. 456
Jul 1891.
Faith

Words: J. L. Townshend

Music: E. Beesley

p. 424
Jun 1891.
Come, come away

Words: H. W. Naisbitt

Music: Unknown

p. 392
Jun 1891.
Our brave boys and girls

Words: Unknown

Music: R. S. Horne

p. 360
May 1891.
Peaceful Zion

Words: T. Lemon

Music: James H. Hood

p. 328

Other versions of this song:
Peaceful Zion

May 1891.
Ere the sun goes down

Words: Josephine Pollard

Music: W. J. Kirkpatrick

pp. 295–296
Apr 1891.
Song of the morning stars

Words: Unknown

Music: Edwin F. Parry

pp. 261–264
Apr 1891.
The child’s message

Words: Cora Hill

Music: R. S. Horne

p. 232
Mar 1891.
Class Rules (Primary Song Exercise)

Words: Unknown

Music: E. F. P.

p. 161
Feb 1891.
The Lord is my light

Words: Unknown

Music: J. R. Sweeney

p. 136
Feb 1891.
Weary not!

Words: Unknown

Music: J. R. Sweeney

p. 104
Jan 1891.
Temple Song

Words: Unknown

Music: W. G. Bickley

pp. 71–72
Jan 1891.
Welcome to the New Year

Words: Unknown

Music: E. F. P.

p. 40
1890 (Return to top)
Dec 1890.
A Christmas Carol

Words: Unknown

Music: E. F. P.

p. 784
Dec 1890.
Sweet Sabbath School

Words: Unknown

Music: J. Parsons

p. 736
Nov 1890.
We hail Thee

Words: H. W. Naisbitt

Music: Unknown

p. 704
Nov 1890.
God is love

Words: Thomas R. Taylor

Music: Thomas C. Griggs

p. 672

Other versions of this song:
God Is Love

Oct 1890.
Come with tuneful voices

Words: Margaret Haycraft

Music: Samuel McBurney

p. 640

Other versions of this song:
Come with Tuneful Voices

Oct 1890.
Remember your prayers

Full credits not available

p. 607
Oct 1890.
Hail to the brightness

Words: Thomas Hastings

Music: Unknown

p. 608
Sep 1890.
For the strength of the hills

Words: Felicia D. Hemans; Edward L. Sloan (adapter)

Music: Evan Stephens

p. 576

Other versions of this song:
For the Strength of the Hills

Sep 1890.
Happy are the days of childhood

Full credits not available

p. 541
Sep 1890.
Beautiful Zion

Words: George Gill

Music: Joseph G. Fones

p. 544

Other versions of this song:
Beautiful Zion, Built Above

Aug 1890.
God speed the right

Words: W. E. Hickson

Music: Fr. The German

p. 512
Aug 1890.
Israel awake

Words: J. McGregor

Music: E. F. Parry

p. 480
Jul 1890.
Escape from the city

Words: Unknown

Music: Flotow

p. 448
Jul 1890.
O Thou at whose supreme command

Words: J. E. Reading

Music: Jas. Maxwell

p. 416
Jun 1890.
Zion will be free

Words: J. H. Davis

Music: Unknown

Arr.: J. H. Davis

pp. 382–384
Jun 1890.
The Lord’s Supper

Words: J. L. Townshend

Music: J. G. Fones

p. 352
May 1890.
A song of home

Words: Andrew Dalrymple

Music: Ebenezer Beesley

p. 320

Other versions of this song:
A song of home

May 1890.
The “Mormon” Boy

Words: J. W. Whinyates

Music: Irish: The Minstrel boy

p. 288
Apr 1890.
Benediction

Words: Andrew Dalrymple

Music: Lorenzo Schofield

p. 224
Mar 1890.
The happy farmer

Words: Unknown

Music: Fr. Schumann

pp. 191–192
Mar 1890.
Guide me to Thee

Words: S. P. Huish

Music: S. P. Huish

p. 160
Feb 1890.
Awake, o ye people

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: James P. Olsen

p. 128

Other versions of this song:
Awake! O Ye People, the Savior is Coming

Feb 1890.
Zion’s minstrel

Words: E. R. Snow

Music: J. G. Fones

p. 96
Jan 1890.
Uphold the right

Words: E. H. Woodmansee

Music: H. Beauharnais

Arr.: Ebenezer Beesley

p. 64
Jan 1890.
Romping on the kitchen floor

Words: J. L. Townsend

Music: E. F. Parry

pp. 31–32
1889 (Return to top)
Dec 1889.
Far, far away on Judea’s plains

Words: John Menzies Macfarlane

Music: John Menzies Macfarlane

p. 600

Other versions of this song:
Far, Far Away on Judea’s Plains