Philip Doddridge

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Life

Born: 26 June 1702

Died: 26 October 1751

Biography

View the Wikipedia article on Philip Doddridge.

Publications

  • Doddridge, Philip. 1755. Hymns Founded on Various Texts in the Holy Scriptures. London, England, published posthumously.

References

  • Williams, Edward, and Edward Parsons, Editors. 1803. Works of the Rev. P. Doddridge, D. D., in Ten Volumes. Leeds, England: Editors. 616 pp. Volume 2, 1803, 608 pp. Volume 3, 1803, 654 pp. Volume 4, 1803, 574 pp. Volume 5, 1804. 610 pp. Volume 6, 1804, 590 pp. Volume 7, 1804, 595 pp. Volume 8, 1805, 613 pp. Volume 9, 1805, 622 pp. Volume 10, 1805, 610 pp.

External links

Musical settings of literary works

Other settings possibly not included in the manual list below

Hymn numbers in the following list are from the 1755 book cited above.

  • Alas, how fast our moments fly
(H.127, 5 st., C. M.)
Samuel Holyoke 3 vo. 1807
(H.64, 5 st., L. M.)
Oliver Holden 3 vo. 1800
Oliver Holden 4 vo. 1806
  • Around the bloody tree
(H.304, st. 4 of 7, 66. 66. 44. 44.)
Oliver Holden 4 vo. 1796
(H.27, 7 st., L. M.)
Thomas Clark 4 vo. 1806
(H.285, 4 st., L. M.)
Thomas Clark 4 vo. 1808
  • Enquire, ye pilgrims, for the way
(H.137, 6 st., C. M.)
Thomas Clark 4 vo. 1809
(H.43, 7 st., L. M.)
Timothy Swan 4 vo. 1801
Thomas Clark 4 vo. 1809
William Perry 4 vo. 1820
Thomas Jarman 4 vo. 1840
  • God of eternity, from Thee
(H.292, 3 st., L. M.)
Oliver Holden 3 vo. 1800
  • Grace! tis a charming sound
(H.286, 4 st., S. M.)
Thomas Clark 4 vo. 1805
Lucius Chapin 4 vo. 1813
(H.113, 5 st., 66. 66. 44. 44.)
Daniel Belknap 4 vo. 1802
Oliver Holden 4 vo. 1803
(H.203, 7 st., C. M.)
Henry Walford Davies 4 vo.
  • He comes, the royal Conqueror comes
(H.213, 5 st., C. M.)
Daniel Belknap 4 vo. 1800
  • House of our God, with cheerful anthems ring
(H.67, 6 st., 10 10. 10 10. 11 11.)
Aaron Williams 4 vo.
(H.232, 5 st., C. M.)
Thomas Clark 4 vo. 1808
(H.61, 4 st., C. M.)
Samuel Holyoke 3 vo. 1791
Jacob Kimball 4 vo. 1793
Samuel Babcock 3 vo. 1803
  • Lo, I am with you, saith the Lord
(H.17, st. 5–6 of 6, C. M.)
Oliver Holden 4 vo. 1803
  • Look back, my soul, with grateful love
(H.58, 7 st., C. M.)
Thomas Clark 4 vo. 1809
(H.310, 5 st., L. M.)
Samuel Babcock 4 vo. 1803
  • Loud let the tuneful trumpet sound
(H.50, 6 st., L. M.)
Daniel Belknap 3 vo. 1806
  • Loud to the Prince of heaven
(H.41, 5 st., 66. 66. 44. 44.)
Daniel Belknap 4 vo. 1797
  • My God, and is Thy table spread?
(H.171, 6 st., L. M.)
Jeremiah Clarke 4 vo.
  • My Savior God, no voice but thine
(H.?, 6 st., C. M.)
Samuel Babcock 4 vo. 1795
(H.33, 5 st., C. M.)
James P. Carrell 4 vo. 1821
  • Now let our voices join
(H.69, 6 st., S. M.)
Oliver Holden 4 vo. 1796
{H.366, 9 st. 10 10.11 11)
(H.4, 5 st., C. M.)
Anonymous 4 vo. 1615
Christopher Tye 4 vo.
  • With flowing eyes and bleeding hearts
(H.270, 9 st., C. M.)
Daniel Belknap 4 vo. 1802
  • Ye heavens, with sounds of triumph ring
(H.303, 6 st., L. M.)
Samuel Holyoke 3 vo. 1791
  • Ye humble souls that seek the Lord
(H.194, 6 st., C. M.)
Samuel Sebastian Wesley 4 vo.
  • Ye sons of men with joy record
(H.56, 6 st., L. M.)
Timothy Swan 4 vo. 1783
Anonymous 4 vo. 1784
Walter Janes 3 vo. 1803