West Gallery Quire Tune List

WEST GALLERY MUSIC.

Tune List.

  These are the Songs which we should all have in our booklets. Please check this list against your booklet and let me know if you are missing anything.   Please note:  
  • The songs are all are 1 page long except where noted. Be sure you have all the pages.
  • There are some tunes with similar names; be sure you have both.
  • Tune names beginning with "A," "The," or "An" are sorted by the second word in the name.
    Latest update: 12:57 PM 6/18/2013    
  • Allendale
  • America
  • Anthem taken out of the 65th Psalm [2 p.]
  • Arise and Hail the Joyful Day
  • As Pants the Hart [2 p.]
  • As pants the hart for cooling streams
  • Awake and Join the Cheerful Choir [2 p.]
  • Babylon Streams [2 p.]
  • Barrels
  • Behold the morning star arise [2 p.]
  • Birmingham (John Moore ms.) [2 p.]
  • Birmingham (by Greatorex) [3 p.]
  • Bright Angels [2 p.]
  • Bromley [2 p.]
  • Carolina [2 p.]
  • Church Street. major.
  • Church Street. minor. Put these two tunes on facing pages.
  • Cookfield
  • Corfe Castle Tune [2 p.]
  • Cow's Tune [2 p.]
  • Cranbrook
  • Creation
  • Crown Him
  • Darking [facsimile]
  • Dismission [3 p.]
  • Dulverton [2 p. including "Hotchpotch Hymn"]
  • Egypt (by Leach)
  • Egypt (from Moore and Raine mss.) [3 p. inc. page of verses]
  • Enfield [2 p.]
  • Failsworth
  • Fish Street
  • Folkestone Tune [2 p.]
  • From lowest depth of woe
  • Frome [2 p.]
  • Funeral Hymn [2 p.]
  • Gibraltar [2 p.]
  • Gwehelog Grace, The [2 p.]
  • Hampshire
  • Hark, hark, what news the angels bring
  • Harvest Home [2 p.]
  • Heavens (The) declare thy glory, Lord [3 p.]
  • Hephzibah
  • Hexham Anthem [3 p.]
  • How long wilt thou forget me, Lord? [2 p.]
  • Hymn for Christmas Day, An [2 p. inc. verses]
  • Hymn for Easter Day, A
  • Hymn for Easter Day, An [2 p.]
  • Hymn for Good-Friday, An
  • Inspiration
  • Joy to the world [2 p.]
  • King (The), O Lord, with songs of praise
  • Let all the just - Francis Roads [2 p.]
  • Lingham [2 p.]
  • "Mortals Awake" words for Lingham
  • Lo! He comes, with clouds descending [3 p.]
  • Lo! Unto us a child is born
  • Lonsdale [2 p.]
  • Lord, hear my cry [2 p.]
  • Lord, save me, for thy glorious name [2 p.]
  • Lutterworth
  • Lydia
  • Manchester
  • Memory of his glorious name, The [2 p.]
  • Mem'ry of his glorious name, The
  • Montrose Tune
  • New Hundred
  • New Sabbath
  • Northwood [2 p. inc. page of verses]
  • Now to the world a Saviour's born [2 p.]
  • O God, my gracious God, to thee
  • O God, whose former mercies make [2 p.]
  • O Lord, to my relief draw near
  • O praise God in his holiness [2 p.]
  • O praise the Lord, all ye nations [2 p.]
  • O praise the Lord with one consent [2 p.]
  • Old Foster [2 p.]
  • Old Foster instrumental parts [3 p.] - singers don't need this.
  • Otford
  • Pentonville [2 p.]
  • Peru [2 p.] - 2nd page says "Come, Holy Spirit, Raise our Songs"
  • Poole [2 p.] - there are 4 versions of this, with the verses underlaid under each of the voice parts. You should have the one which matches your own voice. Instrumentalists don't need to care.
  • Praise ye the Lord, our God to praise
  • Psalm 8th [2 p.]
  • Psalm 13 [2 p.]
  • Psalm 19 [2 p.]
  • Psalm 23rd [3 p.]
  • Psalm 25th
  • Psalm 33 [2 p.]
  • Psalm the 34th
  • Psalm XLI (41)
  • Psalm 56 [2 p.] - this replaces the previous [1 p.] version.
  • Psalm 69 [2 p.]
  • Psalm 95 [2 p.]
  • Psalm 100 [3 p.] - this replaces the previous version.
  • Psalm 102
  • Psalm 117
  • Psalm 122 [2 p.]
  • Psalm CL (150) [3 p.]
  • Rejoice, ye tenants of the earth [3 p.]
  • Rejoice in the Lord, O ye righteous [2 p.]
  • Saint Bridget's Tune
  • Saint Martin's
  • Saint Olave's
  • Salford
  • Shepherds Rejoice [2 p.]
  • Since Christ, our passover, is slain [2 p.]
  • Sing to the Lord Jehovah's Name [3 p.]
  • Song of the Angels [2 p.]
  • Song of the Angels verses
  • Spanking Rodger [2 p.]
  • Stocks
  • Telford [2 p.]
  • To God, the mighty Lord
  • To God, the mighty Lord [2 p.] - 2nd page says "Psalm 136"
  • To thee, my God and saviour [2 p.] - 2nd page says "Psalm 88"
  • To thee, O God, we render praise
  • Verulam
  • Waterseid Tune [2 p.]
  • Wells Tune[2 p.]
  • Wiltshire [2 p.]
  • With glory clad, with strength array'd [2 p.]
  • Zadock [2 p. inc. page of verses]
  Any tunes not on this list are Interlopers, and should be dealt with as you see fit. Total number of pages = approximately 203, or 206 with the instrumental parts to "Old Foster."  

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