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NOTE ON THE NUMBERING: When a Hymn is chosen and the Sibelius File has loaded, the numbers in the upper left hand corner of the display are as follows: If only one number is present, that is the 1940 PECUSA Hymnal numbering. If two numbers are present and separated by an "/", then the left number is the 1940 PECUSA hymnal, whereas the right # denotes the 1982 ECUSA Hymnal numbering system. More cross referencing is planned for the future.



MORNING

Awake, my heart, and render - Selnecker
Forth in thy Name - Pixham
Awake, my soul, and with the sun- Morning Hymn
Christ, whose glory fills the sky - Christ, whose glory
Come, my soul, thou must be waking - Richter
Come, my soul, thou must be waking - Carman
New every morning is the love - Melcombe
Awake, awake to love and work! - Morning Song
Father, we praise thee - Christe Sanctorum
O splendor of God's glory bright - Splendor Paternae Gloriae
O splendor of God's glory bright - Puer Nobis
Now that the daylight fills the sky - Jam Lucis Orto Sidere
Now that the daylight fills the sky - Herr Jesu Christ
Come, Holy Ghost, with God the Son - Nunc Sancte
O blest Creator of the light - Lucis Creator
O blest Creator of the light - Bromley
Welcome, happy morning -King's Weston


EVENING

To thee before the close of day - Te Lucis Ante Terminum
To thee before the close if day - Te Lucis Ante Terminum (Ferial)
All praise to thee, my God this night - The Eighth Tune
Sun of my soul - Hursley
Now it is evening - Diva Servatrix
At even, when the sun was set - Angelus
God, that madest earth and heaven - Ar Hyd Y Nos
God, that madest earth and heaven - Nutfield
Now from the altar of my heart - Naomi
O Trinity of blessed light - Bromley
O Trinity of blessed light - O Lux Beata Trinitas
Now the day is over - Eudoxia
Now the day is over - Merrial
O Brightness of the immortal Father's face - Evening Hymn
Our day of praise is done - Garden City
O gladsome light - Le Cantique de Simeon
Softly now the light of day - Lew Trenchard
Softly now the light of day - Seymour
Saviour, breathe and evening blessing - Vesper Hymn
The day thou gavest - Commandments
The day thou gavest - St. Clement
The duteous day now closeth - O Welt, ich muss dich lassen
O Saviour, bless us ere we go - St. Matthias
The sun is sinking fast - Irons
The day is past and over - St. Anatolius

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