Times and Seasons

Music from “Times and Seasons”

Times and Seasons, English.
Nauvoo, Illinois, USA. Ebenezer Robinson; Don Carlos Smith; Robert B. Thompson; Gustavus Hills; Joseph Smith; John Taylor; Wilford Woodruff.
Periodical, 1839–1846. 137 songs.


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Aug 1944.
Joseph Smith

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Praise to the man who communed with Jehovah!

Feb 1846.
Song of Life

Full credits not available

Other versions of this song:
What say the woods when soft winds sigh

Feb 1846.
Dedication Hymn

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Ho, ho, for the Temple’s completed

Nov 1845.
My Father in Heaven

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
O My Father

Aug 1845.
Let virtue be your motto

Full credits not available

Other versions of this song:
Let virtue be your motto

Aug 1845.
O give me back my Prophet dear

Words: John Taylor

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
O give me back my Prophet dear

Aug 1845.
The Cap Stone

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Have you heard the revelation

Jun 1845.
Friendship, Love, and Truth

Words: James Montgomery

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
When Friendship, Love, and Truth abound

May 1845.
The Venerable Lucy Smith

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
The aged, venerated, much belov’d

May 1845.
The Sky

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
The sky—the sky—the clear blue sky

Apr 1845.
Here is the spring where waters flowe

Full credits not available

Other versions of this song:
Here is the spring where waters flowe

Apr 1845.
O Adam

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
O Adam, will you come with me?

Mar 1845.
Nauvoo

Full credits not available

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Blessed city how I love thee

Feb 1845.
To President Brigham Young

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

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An important station is truly thine

Feb 1845.
The God that others worship

Words: John Hardy

Music: N/A (words only)

Jan 1845.
A Voice from the Prophet

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: N/A (words only)

Jan 1845.
The Maid of Judah

Full credits not available

Other versions of this song:
Again shall the children of Judah sing

Jan 1845.
The Seer

Words: John Taylor

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
The Seer, Joseph, The Seer

Dec 1844.
Thou traitor

Words: Amasa Lyman

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Thou traitor, thy vow thou hast broken

Dec 1844.
O earth attend!

Words: Sylvester Hulet

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
O earth attend! ye nations now give ear

Dec 1844.
Sinless as celestial spirits

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

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Sinless as celestial spirits

Dec 1844.
Gone, to the world of spirits, gone

Words: H. E. Rudd

Music: N/A (words only)

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Gone, to the world of spirits, gone

Nov 1844.
To Elder W. Woodruff

Words: Rachael Robinson

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Thou art welcome, O thou chosen

Nov 1844.
When Must I Look for Death?

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
O say, when must I look for death?

Oct 1844.
Nauvoo

Words: Laura

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Through cities, towns, and countries

Oct 1844.
God Save Nauvoo

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: N/A (words only)

Sep 1844.
Wake, O wake, the world from sleeping!

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Wake, O wake, the world from sleeping!

Sep 1844.
Cry of the Martyrs

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Hark!—the sound of many voices mingling

Sep 1844.
A Sonnet on Light

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
I saw the moon-light on the water

Aug 1844.
To Dr. Willard Richards

Full credits not available

Aug 1844.
To Elder John Taylor

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Thou Chieftain of Zion! henceforward thy name

Jul 1844.
Lamentation

Full credits not available

Jul 1844.
Ye heav’ns attend!

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

Jun 1844.
Riots in Congress

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Hush, hush, lest the monarchs of Europe hear

May 1844.
The spirit had departed

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
The spirit had departed and had left

May 1844.
The Marriage Vow

Words: M. N. M.

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Speak it not lightly!—’tis a holy thing

Apr 1844.
Hail Columbia

Full credits not available

Other versions of this song:
Hail Columbia, “free and equal”

Apr 1844.
The Widow of Nain

Words: N. P. Willis

Music: N/A (words only)

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The Roman sentinel stood helmed and tall

Mar 1844.
On the Death of Her Little Daughter

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Earthly happiness is fleeting

Mar 1844.
On the Death of Her Little Son

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

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Time with an arrow’s speed has gone

Feb 1844.
Farewell to Nauvoo

Words: L. S.

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Fair city of the saints! my heart to thee

Feb 1844.
A Song of Zion

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
How sweet is the communion

Jan 1844.
Farewell Illinois

Words: Wilson Law

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Farewell Illinois, I must leave thee awhile

Jan 1844.
Love Never Sleeps

Full credits not available

Other versions of this song:
“Love never sleeps!” The mother’s eye

Jan 1844.
Queen Victoria

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Of all the monarchs of the earth

Jan 1844.
The Ode of Genius to Truth

Full credits not available

Nov 1843.
To the Latter-Day Saints

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
The Trials of the Present Day

Oct 1843.
God

Full credits not available

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O Thou Eternal One!

Oct 1843.
The Sings of the Times

Full credits not available

Other versions of this song:
The days of old were days of might

Sep 1843.
Come listen to a prophet’s voice

Words: Joseph S. Murdock; Bruce R. McConkie

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Come, listen to a prophet’s voice

Sep 1843.
On the Death of Harriot Frances Wheeler

Words: Phineas H. Young

Music: N/A (words only)

Sep 1843.
The Lord’s Prayer

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Our Father in heaven

Aug 1843.
Introductory Invocation

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

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Thou great eternal of eternity!

Aug 1843.
The Kidnapping of Gen. Joseph Smith

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Like bloodhounds fiercely prowling

Jun 1843.
Friendship’s tones are sweet and thrilling

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Friendship’s tones are sweet and thrilling

May 1843.
Ode to Spring

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Joyous spring! with joy I greet thee

May 1843.
The Whirlwind

Words: S. A. Prior

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Deep sable curtains vail the sky

May 1843.
Response to “My Epitaph”

Words: Omer

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Forgotten!—No

May 1843.
The Three Witnesses

Words: John Taylor

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
The glorious plan which God has given

Apr 1843.
My Epitaph

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
’Tis not the tribute of a sigh

Apr 1843.
On the Death of Lorenzo D. Barnes

Words: Thomas Ward

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
And art thou dead my brother

Apr 1843.
On the Death of Brother John Kendall

Words: Thomas Ward

Music: N/A (words only)

Mar 1843.
How lustre shone on every line

Full credits not available

Other versions of this song:
How lustre shone on every line

Mar 1843.
The Hero’s Reward

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Well may the fire of glory blaze

Feb 1843.
All hail to our Chief!

Words: Wilson Law

Music: N/A (words only)

Feb 1843.
Vade Mecum (Go with Me)

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Go with me, will you go

Feb 1843.
The Answer (A Vision)

Words: Joseph Smith Jr.; William W. Phelps

Music: N/A (words only)

Feb 1843.
Jubilee Song

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
That deed—that time we celebrate

Jan 1843.
Saturday Evening Thoughts

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

Dec 1842.
Apostrophe to Death

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
What art thou, Death?

Nov 1842.
The Mote and Beam

Words: Mrs. Z. Porter

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Come higher brother—I descry

Oct 1842.
Parting Hymn

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
To leave my dear friends

Oct 1842.
The days of old were days of might

Full credits not available

Other versions of this song:
The days of old were days of might

Sep 1842.
Invocation

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
O God! thou God that rules on high

Sep 1842.
The Spirit of God

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
The prospects of life, on the earth are dear

Aug 1842.
Thou aged saint, can words avail

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Thou aged saint, can words avail

Jul 1842.
Where the sun leaves his last golden ray

Words: Orson Hyde

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Where the sun leaves his last golden ray

Jul 1842.
Hail ye Mormons—chosen band!

Words: James Arlington Bennett

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Hail ye Mormons—chosen band!

Jul 1842.
The Female Relief Society of Nauvoo (What is it?)

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
It is an Institution form’d to bless

Jun 1842.
The Temple of God at Nauvoo

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Ye servants that so many prophets foretold

May 1842.
The Kite (Or, Pride Must Have a Fall)

Full credits not available

Other versions of this song:
Once on a time a paper kite

May 1842.
To Elder L. Snow

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

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Dearest Brother, wherefore leave us?

Mar 1842.
One of Time’s Changes

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

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Some things have chang’d from what they were

Feb 1842.
Parting Words

Words: James Montgomery

Music: N/A (words only)

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Let me go, the day is breaking

Jan 1842.
Come, thou glorious day of promise

Words: Pratt’s Collection

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Come, thou glorious day of promise

Jan 1842.
I Would See Jesus

Words: G. H.

Music: N/A (words only)

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When streams of pleasure gently flow

Dec 1841.
Behold the temple of the Lord

Full credits not available

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Behold the temple of the Lord

Dec 1841.
The Infant’s Grave

Full credits not available

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We laid him low by the moon’s dim light

Nov 1841.
The Transformation (or The Tool and the Gem)

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

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I saw a thing of rudest form

Nov 1841.
Lament of a Captive Jew in Babylon

Full credits not available

Oct 1841.
Response—To Shawnee Bard

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Minstrel, forgive if once again

Oct 1841.
Baptism for the Dead

Words: Joel H. Johnson

Music: N/A (words only)

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The Glorious Gospel Light Has Shone

Oct 1841.
Give Me the Spot

Words: Lyman O. Littlefield

Music: N/A (words only)

Sep 1841.
Fair mourner, I would gladly quell

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Fair mourner, I would gladly quell

Sep 1841.
Hark! from afar, a funeral knell

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

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Hark! from afar, a funeral knell

Sep 1841.
The Funeral of Brig. General Smith

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

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It was a Sabbath day—The morning came

Aug 1841.
Now he’s gone

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Now he’s gone we’d not recall him

Aug 1841.
On the Death of Gen. Don Carlos Smith

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

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Th’ insatiate archer, Death, once more

Aug 1841.
Eternal hope

Words: Thomas Campbell

Music: N/A (words only)

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Eternal hope! when yonder spheres sublime

Aug 1841.
Hope looks beyond the bounds of time

Words: Martha Jane

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Hope looks beyond the bounds of time

Aug 1841.
The Temple of God

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

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Lo, the Savior is coming, the prophets declare

Aug 1841.
To the Memory of Mrs. Alice Olney

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

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Twas not to gain the world’s regard

Jul 1841.
O stop and tell m Red Man

Words: William W. Phelps

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
O Stop and Tell Me, Red Man

Jul 1841.
Amazed with wonder

Words: Joel H. Johnson

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Amazed with wonder! I look round

Jul 1841.
Eternity of Matter

Words: M. T.

Music: N/A (words only)

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Six thousand years ago, we’re told

Jul 1841.
Watchman! tell us

Words: John Bowring

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Watchman! tell us of the night

Jul 1841.
When in far distant regions

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: N/A (words only)

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When in far distant regions

Jul 1841.
Psalm LM (A Parody)

Words: David Jr.

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Why dost thou boast in mischief

Jul 1841.
The Nauvoo Legion

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

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The firm heart of the Sage

Jul 1841.
Farewell dear brother

Words: William I. Appleby

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Farewell dear brother in the Lord

Jun 1841.
Lady, a hand to thee unknown

Full credits not available

Other versions of this song:
Lady, a hand to thee unknown

Jun 1841.
Minstrel, I’m proud to wreath my brow

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

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Minstrel, I’m proud to wreath my brow

Jun 1841.
I saw her in the throng

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

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I saw her in the throng, that met to pray

Jun 1841.
On the Death of President Harrison

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Why flows that strain of deep-ton’d sympathy

May 1841.
Come thou glorious day of promise

Words: Pratt’s Collection

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Come, thou glorious day of promise

May 1841.
Inspired Writings

Words: Samuel Brown

Music: N/A (words only)

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Revelations now coming forth

May 1841.
The Storm Calmed

Full credits not available

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’Tis darkness all! no star appears

Apr 1841.
Prosperity of Zion

Words: G. Hills

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Arise thou, and shine!

Apr 1841.
The Faith of the Saints

Words: D. Roberts

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Far from the birth-place of the Lord

Apr 1841.
A Poem on the Suffering of the Saints in Missouri

Words: Joel H. Johnson

Music: N/A (words only)

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No wonder why old David cried

Mar 1841.
In Caldwell forest

Full credits not available

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In Caldwell forest the night wind was high

Mar 1841.
Sonnet on Tight Lacing (To American Mothers)

Full credits not available

Other versions of this song:
If ye would crash the tree

Mar 1841.
The Invocation

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Roll on thy work, Eternal God

Feb 1841.
Awake! ye Saints of God awake!

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Awake, ye Saints of God, awake!

Jan 1841.
Though outward trials throng your way

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Though Deepening Trials

Jan 1841.
Love of God

Words: W. L.

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Yes I love thee, and thy holy name

Dec 1840.
Columbia—My Country

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
I love the land with banner spread

Nov 1840.
Song of the Exiled Saints

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

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We are far, far away from the land of our Home

Oct 1840.
Elegy

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

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Zion’s noblest sons are weeping

Sep 1840.
Thus the iron hand of death

Full credits not available

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Thus the iron hand of death

Aug 1840.
The Word of Wisdom

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

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The Lord Imparted from Above

May 1840.
Farewell Song

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: N/A (words only)

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When shall we all meet again?

Apr 1840.
A Hymn

Words: Edward Partridge

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
We read of the sufferings of saints long ago

Mar 1840.
Now let thy servants O our God!

Words: Joel H. Johnson

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Now let thy servants O our God!

Feb 1840.
Zion in Captivity (A Lamentation)

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: N/A (words only)

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Torn from our friends, and captive led

Jan 1840.
Pratt’s Defence

Words: Parley P. Pratt

Music: N/A (words only)

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As down a lone dungeon

Dec 1839.
The Slaughter on Shoal Creek

Words: Eliza R. Snow

Music: N/A (words only)

Other versions of this song:
Here, in a land that freemen call their home