The Christian Harmony (William Walker)
Title: The Christian Harmony
Full Title: Christian Harmony; Containing a Choice Collection of Hymn and Psalm Tunes, Odes and Anthems, Selected from the Best Authors in Europe and America; Together with a Large Number of New Tunes, from Eminent Composers, Never Before Published; Embracing a Great Variety of Meters Suited to Nearly All the Metres Contained in the Various Hymn and Psalm Books Used by the Different Denominations of Christians. Designed Also for the Use of Singing Schools, Choirs, Social and Private Singing Societies. In the Seven-Syllable System of Musical Notation, With Seven Characters. Also a Copious Elucidation of the Science of Vocal Music, and Plain Rules for Beginners.
Editor – Compiler: William Walker
Publication date and place: 1867 by E. W. Miller and William Walker in Philadelphia, 383 pp., editions in 20th-21st centuries.
Works at CPDL
|Idumea||1816||Ananias Davisson||Isaac Watts||My God, my life, my love||Sacred||4||66. 86 (S.M.)|
|Kedron||1799||Amos Pilsbury||Charles Wesley||Thou man of griefs, remember me||Sacred||4||88. 88 (L.M.)|
|Star in the East||1831||Deodatus Dutton||Reginald Heber||Hail the blest morn, see the great mediator||Sacred||2||11 10. 11 10 with refrain|
|Sweet Prospect||1835||William Walker||Samuel Stennett||On Jordan's stormy banks I stand||Sacred||2||86. 86 (C.M.)|
|Sweet Rivers||1825||William Moore||John Granade||Sweet rivers of redeeming love||Sacred||3||86. 86. D (C.M.D.)|
|The Converted Thief||1826||William Moore||Samuel Stennett||As on the cross the Savior hung||Sacred||3||86. 86 (C.M.)|
|The Good Physician||1835||William Walker||John Newton (hymnwriter)||How lost was my condition||Sacred||3||76. 76. D|
|True Happiness||1835||Anonymous||William Walker||Charles Wesley||Oh! how happy are they||Sacred||4||669. 669|
|Wallace||1830||Deodatus Dutton||Jared Waterbury||Soldiers of the cross, arise / Lo, your Captain||Sacred||2||77. 76. D|