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Text: Ira D. Sankey (compiler), Sacred songs and solos (1873)

Type of text
compilation
Publication
1873
Contributor

compiler: SANKEY, Ira D.  (1840-1908)

Main language(s)
English
Notes
There were many British editions of this standard text from 1873 until well into the 20th century, with the contents expanding to reach about 1,200 hymns by c.1908. There are probably more hymns with accompanying slide sets than those listed here.
Contents

Mary A. Bachelor and Philip Bliss, Go bury thy sorrow, item 5

Sanford Bennett and Joseph Webster, The sweet by and by, item 9

May Riley Smith and S.J. Vail, Scatter seeds of kindness, item 12

Harriet Beecher Stowe and George F. Root, Knocking, knocking, who is there?, item 19

Philip Bliss and Philip Bliss, Let the lower lights be shining, item 29

Amelia Hull and Edward Taylor, There is life for a look, item 32

Philip Bliss and Philip Bliss, Only an armour bearer, item 33

Elizabeth Clephane and Ira D. Sankey, There were ninety and nine, item 43

Philip Bliss and Philip Bliss, Almost persuaded, item 52

Charles Wesley and Simeon B. Marsh, Jesus, lover of my soul, item 62

John H. Stockton, Ira D. Sankey and John H. Stockton, Come, every soul by sin oppressed, item 64

James L. Nicholson, There's a beautiful land on high, item 67

Robert Lowry and Robert Lowry, Shall we gather at the river?, item 68

Fanny Crosby and Robert Lowry, At the Cross there's room, item 90

Philip Bliss and Philip Bliss, This loving Saviour stands patiently, item 118

Horatio G. Spafford and Philip Bliss, It is well with my soul, item 210

Josephine Pollard and Hubert P. Main, I stood outside the gate, item 225

Fanny Crosby and Phoebe Knapp, Behold me standing at the door, item 319

Frederick Faber and Henry Smart, Hark! Hark, my soul!, item 361

Fanny Crosby and S.J. Vail, When the dewy light was fading, item 371

Mary G. Brainard and Philip Bliss, He knows, item 377

Henry Alford and John B. Dykes, Ten thousand times ten thousand, item 389

Benjamin Hanby and Benjamin Hanby, Who is He?, item 392

C.C. and James McGranahan, Are you coming home tonight?, item 397

John Newton and Jeremiah Clarke, The prodigal's return, item 462

Nathaniel Norton and George C. Stebbins, Come unto Me: it is the Saviour's voice, item 505

Fanny Crosby and Ira D. Sankey, Oh, precious words that Jesus said!, item 507

Sabine Baring-Gould and Joseph Barnby, Now the day is over, item 594

Bernard of Morlaix and D.E. Edwards (trans. John Neale), Jerusalem the golden, item 612

John Keble and Paul Ritter, Sun of my soul, item 616

Isaac Watts and William Croft, O God, our help in ages past, item 647

William Cowper and John B. Dykes, Hark, my soul, it is the Lord, item 688

Theodore Monod and Charles Vincent, Oh, the bitter shame and sorrow, item 716

Edward H. Bickersteth, George Caldbeck and Charles Vincent, Peace! Perfect peace!, item 730

Charles Wesley, All ye that pass by, item 737

Frances Ridley Havergal and Philip Bliss, Thy life was given for me!, item 749

Horatius Bonar and Ira D. Sankey, Welcome! wanderer, welcome!, item 101 (n.s.)

Lucerna ID 4003015

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 13 February 2012

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