Hymns are numbered 721-906 to follow the last number in The Hymnal 1982.
This supplement was produced in response to a resolution of the 1994 General Convention "that the Standing Commission on Church Music be directed to continue preparing supplements to `The Hymnal 1982' which provide the Church with additional service music, inclusive language hymnody, additional texts in languages other than English, including texts printed in more than one language, additional hymnody related to the lectionary and rites of the Book of Common Prayer, and texts and tunes written since the compiling of the present Hymnal". -- Preface.
"`The Hymnal 1982' is a revision of `The Hymnal 1940', and as such stands on the foundation laid by The Joint Commission on Revision of the Hymnal". -- Preface.
Contents: Preface --Service Music -- Hymns -- Indexes.
Service Music section divided into six sub-sections: The Daily Office -- The Great Litany -- Proper Liturgies for Special Days -- Holy Baptism -- The Holy Eucharist -- Canticles.
Hymns section divided into 13 sub-sections: The Daily Office -- The Church Year -- Holy Baptism -- Holy Eucharist -- Confirmation -- Marriage -- Burial of the Dead -- Ordination -- Consecration of a Church -- General Hymns -- The Christian Life -- Rounds and Canons -- National Songs.
Index section contains: Copyright Acknowledgements -- Authors, Translators, and Sources -- Tune Names -- First Lines.
Two volumes set: v. 1: Service music -- v. 2: Hymns.
Split spiral bound to lay flat.
"In the past several decades, the renewal of the spiritual life of the Church has created a pressing need for new hymnody and liturgical music. This has served as a catalyst for a world-wide outburst of creative liturgical music and musical activity of a magnitude perhaps unparalleled since the Reformation. 'The Hymnal 1982', the culmination of more than a decade of work by the Standing Commission on Church Music, incorporates many of the riches of this contemporary renaissance. This hymnal is a response to the challenge of the Church's mission to spread the Good News of Jesus Christ to a changed and changing world. 'The Hymnal 1982' is a revision of 'The Hymnal 1940', and as such stands on the foundation laid by the Joint Commission on Revision of the Hymnal." -- Preface.
Preface ends with list of names of the members of the Standing Commission on Church Music.
Contains 720 hymns and songs.
v. 1 contents divided into four main sections: Preface -- Service Music -- Appendix -- Resources for Service Planning.
Contents of vol. 1: Preface -- Performance Notes -- Notes about the Appendix -- The Daily Office -- The Great Litany -- Proper Liturgies for Special Days -- Holy Baptism -- The Holy Eucharist -- Canticles -- Copyright Acknowledgements -- Composers, Arrangers and Sources -- Index of Service Music -- Notes about the Appendix -- The Daily Office -- The Great Litany: The Supplication -- Proper Liturgies for Special Days -- The Holy Eucharist -- The Burial of the Dead: Rite I -- The Burial of the Dead: Rite II -- Litanies -- Canticles -- Simplified Anglican Chants -- Additional Anglican Chants -- Plainsong Psalm Tone Chart -- Collect Tones -- Composers, Arrangers and Sources for the Appendix -- Index of the Appendix -- Metrical Psalms and Hymns Based on Psalms -- Hymns based on Canticles and other Liturgical Texts -- Hymns for Use with Children -- Liturgical and Subject Index of Hymns -- Scriptural Reference of Hymns -- Hymns on the Consultation on Ecumenical Hymnody List.
v. 2 contents divided into two main sections: Hymns -- Indexes.
Contents of vol. 2: The Daily Office -- The Church Year -- Holy Baptism -- Holy Eucharist -- Confirmation -- Marriage -- Burial of the Dead -- Ordination -- Consecration of a Church -- General Hymns -- The Christian Life -- Rounds and Canons -- National Songs -- Copyright Acknowledgements -- Performance Notes -- Authors, Translators, and Sources -- Composers, Arrangers, and Sources -- Metrical Index of Tunes -- Tune Names -- First Lines.
At head of title: The collected hymns of Carl P. Daw, Jr.
Contains NO index.
"The texts collected in this volume represent my first nine years of hymnwriting. .... this collection contains metrical paraphrases of all the canticles, invitatories, and appointed hymns from the Daily Office of the [Episcopal Church] Book of Common Prayer 1979. These are not intended to replace the Prayer Book versions but to enhance awareness of their essence, so that the Prayer Book canticles can be used with greater appreciation and understanding." -- Intro.
Contents divided into 13 sections: Advent -- Christmas -- Epiphany -- Lent -- Holy Week -- Easter -- Pentecost -- The Mystery of God -- The Church's Praise -- Christian Ministry -- The Life of Faith -- Hymns for Daily Life -- From Worship to Witness.
Each hymn text includes notes by the author including hymn tune suggestions.
Contents: Foreword / Jeffrey W. Rowthorn, Bishop Suffragan, Episcopal Diocese of Connecticut -- Dedication -- Introduction dated Storrs, Connecticut, January 1990 -- Table of Contents --[66 hymns].
"The settings contained in this booklet are from 'The Hymnal 1982', and are found at S 296- S304 (Noonday) and S 321- S 337 (Compline). The hymns are reprinted from the Singers Edition of the Hymnal. Hymn numbers in parentheses refer to the proper number in the Singers Edition". -- Acknowledgements.
"While Anglicans have long cherished the practice of reciting Morning Prayer and Evening Prayer -- often with singing, the Episcopal Church increasingly has also discovered the richness of the brief noonday and late evening Offices only since forms for these services appeared in the 'Book of Common Prayer', 1979. These so called 'little offices', historically owned exclusively by set-apart religious communities, now have been claimed by the church at large. Accordingly, 'The Hymnal 1982' has provided hymns and other traditional musical forms in its Appendix for the singing of these services. There are not many congregations apart from monasteries and convents where it is practical to sing the noonday and late evening Offices on a daily basis. Nonetheless, with repetition and in time, the music of these services and the practice of singing may add considerable beauty and depth of expression to the words prayed". -- Intro.
Contents: Acknowledgements -- Introduction dated 1988 / David Hurd, The General Theological Seminary, New York City -- An Order for Noonday -- An Order for Compline -- Appendix.
"This booklet was prepared under the authority of the Standing Liturgical Commission by a sub-committee of four which was responsible, under the chairmanship of the Reverend Canon Charles M. Guilbert, for the music of the Altar Edition of the Holy Eucharist. The sub-committee consisted of two members of the Commission's Editorial Committee, Captain Howard Galley, C.A., who also prepared the lay-out, and the Reverend Leo Malania, Co-ordinator; Mr. James Litton, of the Standing Commission on Church Music; and Mr. Mason Martens, who also served as Secretary of the sub-committee. Brother Robert Gillespie, C.A., prepared the musical art-work, and Mr. Nelson Gruppo is responsible for the design". -- Note on Production and Sources.
"This booklet contains the setting of the music of the ministers and responses of the congregation at the Holy Eucharist suggested in the musical appendix to the Altar Edition, together with settings of the dialoghue portions of Holy Baptism, the Proper Liturgies of Holy Week, the Order of Worship for the Evening, and Morning and Evening Prayer. A setting of the Lord's Prayer in contemporary language is also included. The use of this material is, of course, entirely optional. It provides a basic corpus of material which may serve the needs of many congregations, but it is not intended to preclude the use of other suitable settings." -- Preface.
Contents: Preface dated The Day of Pentecost, 1978 / The Standing Liturgical Commission -- Note on Production and Sources -- At the Holy Eucharist -- At Holy Baptism -- At the Proper Liturgies of Holy Week -- At the Order of Worship for the Evening -- At Morning and Evening Prayer: Rite One -- At Morning and Evening Prayer: Rite Two.