Here are my completed Hymnals:

Presbyterian 1955 Hymnbook:

Episcopal 1940 Hymnal: 

Broadman 1940 Hymnal:

Lutheran 1941 Hymnal:

Methodist 1939 Hymnal:

Pilgrim 1935 Hymnal:

Now Sings My Soul, New Songs for the Lord by: Linda Bonney Olin:

Here are my new projects:

Choice Hymns of the Faith 1945

J S Bach Riemenschneider 371 Harmonized Chorales


Dictionary of Hymnology:

Long before the women who so dominated 19th century hymnals there was the 18th century Anne Steele (1717-1778). She was in poor health, recurring malaria, her entire life and spent much of her time alone in her room. She did receive one marriage proposal by Benjamin Beddome, another well known Baptist pastor and hymn writer which she refused. To protect her privacy her poems and hymns were published under the name de plume Theodosia. lists 380 hymns by Anne Steel. Among the more well known are “Alas What Hourly Dangers Rise,” “Come Weary Souls With Sin Distressed,” Come, Ye That Love the Savior’s Name,” “When Blooming Youth is Snatched Away,” and “Ye Wretched, Hungry, Starving Poor.”

Lord of My Life O May Thy Praise Downs Lowell Mason
The Savior Calls; Let Every Ear Howard Elizabeth H Cuthbert
To Our Redeemer’s Glorious Name Martyrdom High Wilson
Enslaved by Sin, And Bound in Chains Rockingham Old Lowell Mason
In Vain Would Boasting Reason Find Seasons Ignace Pleyel
To Our Redeemer’s Glorious Name Swanwick James Lucas
Father of Mercies, In Thy Word Azmon Carl G Glaser
Father of Mercies, in Thy Word Beatitudo John B Dykes
He Lives, The Great Redeemer Lives Bernotski Jared Bernotski
Father of Mercies, In Thy Word Chimes Lowell Mason
Father of Mercies, in Thy Word Graefenberg Johann Cruger
Lord, How Mysterious Are Thy Ways Malvern Lowell Mason
Father of Mercies, In Thy Word Mornington Samuel Howard
Dear Father, to Thy Mercy Seat Naomi Lowell Mason
Great God! to Thee My Evening Song Overberg Unknown
Lord, When my Raptured Thought Surveys St Francis G A Lohr
How Helpless Nature Lies Waugh Ralph Harrison