Vous êtes sur la page 1sur 2

Tune 704 from p529 of

The Congregational
Harmonist, Book 4, No. 30
London: [1837]

b3

& 4

Rise, my soul, adore thy Maker

3
& b4

my soul,
a ther, Lord
of
my Je - sus,
ly Ghost, di -

Rise,
my soul,
a Fa - ther, Lord
of
O
my Je - sus,
Ho - ly Ghost, di -

With them
Through my
Thee
in
Be
my

&b

With them
Through my
Thee
in
Be
my

& b n
With

Through
Thee
Be

?b

With
Through
Thee
Be

them
my
in
my

n
6
5

them
my
in
my

thy
ry
al in -

dore
ev God
vine

be
par - ta
Sa - viours me
Sa - lems ci
sole con - duc

Ma spi migh struc -

ker,
rit,
ty,
tor,

be
par - ta
Sa - viours me
Sa - lems ci
sole con - duc

be
par - ta
Sa - viours me
Sa - lems ci
sole con - duc

thy Ma ry
spi al - migh in - struc -

be
par - ta
Sa - viours me
Sa - lems ci
sole con - duc

gels
thy
for
me

praise,
light,
me,
still;

Join
Lead
Till
Let

ker; An - gels
rit, In
thy
ty, Pray
for
tor, Guide
me

6 - 6 4 - 5 -

An In
Pray
Guide

ker;
rit,
ty,
tor,

ker;
rit,
ty,
tor,

praise,
light,
me,
still;

Join
Lead
Till
Let

6
5

9
4

Join
Lead
Till
Let

with them
through my
thee
in
be
my

with them
through my
thee
in
be
my

ker,
rit,
ty,
tor,

praise,
light,
me,
still;

ker,
rit,
ty,
tor,

gels
thy
for
me

8
3

ker; An - gels praise,


rit, In
thy light,
ty, Pray
for me,
tor, Guide
me still;

ker,
rit,
ty,
tor,

An In
Pray
Guide


4
2

with
through
thee
be

them
my
in
my

4
3

with them
through my
thee
in
be
my

thy
me
I
thy

Join
Lead
Till
Let

thy lays,
me right,
I see
thy will

thy
me
I
thy

6
B

be
par - ta
Sa - viours me
Sa - lems ci
sole
con - duc

be
par - ta
Sa - viours me
Sa - lems ci
sole
con - duc

6
4

be
par - ta
Sa - viours me
Sa - lems ci
sole
con - duc

9
V

thy lays,
me right,
I see
thy will

lays,
right,
see
will

be
par - ta
Sa - viours me
Sa - lems ci
sole
con - duc

lays,
right,
see
will

Fa - ther, Lord
of
ev O
my Je - sus, God
Ho - ly Ghost, di - vine

b
&

Ma spi migh struc -

thy
Ma
ry
spi
al - migh
in - struc

3
& b4

Rise, my soul,
a - dore

thy
ry
al in -

b b

dore
ev God
vine

Rise,
my soul,
a - dore
Fa - ther, Lord
of ev
O
my Je - sus, God
Ho - ly Ghost, di - vine

? b 43

This edition by Edmund Gooch


released into the public domain,
January 2015.

MORNING SONG. Hymn 242. Ly. Huntn. (8. 3. 6)

Text: John Cennick

Rise,
Fa O
Ho -

Thomas Clark

7
3

ker.
rit.
ty.
tor.

ker.
rit.
ty.
tor.

ker.
rit.
ty.
tor.

ker.
rit.
ty.
tor.

8
3

Rise, my soul, adore thy Maker - Morning Song (Thomas Clark)

Thou this night wast my protector;


With me stay
All the day,
Ever my director.
Holy, holy, holy giver
Of all good
Life and food,
Reign adord for ever.
Glory, honour, thanks and blessing,
One in Three,
Give we thee,
Never, never ceasing.

Notes:
Thomas Clarks The Congregational Harmonist, or Clerks Companion was published in 32 numbered parts (each
consisting of 18 pages), grouped into four books (eight parts per book). The pages are consecutively paginated
throughout the work as a whole. This setting appears in part 30, which was included in the 'Weekly List of New
Publications' on p192 of The Musical World, No. 64, Vol 5, of 2 June 1837.
The order of parts in the source is Alto - Tenor - Air - Bass, with the Alto and Tenor parts given in the treble clef an
octave above sounding pitch.
Only the first verse of the text is given in the source: subsequent verses have here been added editorially.
This setting is attributed T. Clark in The Congregational Harmonist, where it is marked with a crossed circle, a
symbol used in that book to indicate originals (i.e. tunes not previously published).
This is one of a pair of settings, of a morning and an evening hymn, both by John Cennick and both in the same
metre, on p529 of The Congregational Harmonist: the evening hymn is Ere I sleep, for every favour, set by
Thomas Jarman.