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  1. Tune Book Accompaniments Complete Set

    A note on the recordings:

    Volume 1 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 1-530, which are Regular Metre tunes.  These can be used with different songs of the same metre and for this reason, in most cases, only an introduction and accompaniments for three verses have been recorded.

    Volume 2 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 531-958, which are Irregular Metre tunes.  With only one or two exceptions, no alternative tune fits the words, and in this case, the recording is of the introduction and complete song accompaniment.

    For those songs which could be classed as Choruses, the recording is of the introduction and twice through the Chorus.

    £39.95
  2. 400 Guide me, great Jehovah

    A note on the recordings:

    Volume 1 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 1-530, which are Regular Metre tunes.  These can be used with different songs of the same metre and for this reason, in most cases, only an introduction and accompaniments for three verses have been recorded.

    Volume 2 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 531-958, which are Irregular Metre tunes.  With only one or two exceptions, no alternative tune fits the words, and in this case, the recording is of the introduction and complete song accompaniment.

    For those songs which could be classed as Choruses, the recording is of the introduction and twice through the Chorus.

    £0.99
  3. 399 Cwm Rhondda

    A note on the recordings:

    Volume 1 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 1-530, which are Regular Metre tunes.  These can be used with different songs of the same metre and for this reason, in most cases, only an introduction and accompaniments for three verses have been recorded.

    Volume 2 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 531-958, which are Irregular Metre tunes.  With only one or two exceptions, no alternative tune fits the words, and in this case, the recording is of the introduction and complete song accompaniment.

    For those songs which could be classed as Choruses, the recording is of the introduction and twice through the Chorus.

    £0.99
  4. 398 Come and worship

    A note on the recordings:

    Volume 1 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 1-530, which are Regular Metre tunes.  These can be used with different songs of the same metre and for this reason, in most cases, only an introduction and accompaniments for three verses have been recorded.

    Volume 2 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 531-958, which are Irregular Metre tunes.  With only one or two exceptions, no alternative tune fits the words, and in this case, the recording is of the introduction and complete song accompaniment.

    For those songs which could be classed as Choruses, the recording is of the introduction and twice through the Chorus.

    £0.99
  5. 397 Bread of Heaven

    A note on the recordings:

    Volume 1 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 1-530, which are Regular Metre tunes.  These can be used with different songs of the same metre and for this reason, in most cases, only an introduction and accompaniments for three verses have been recorded.

    Volume 2 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 531-958, which are Irregular Metre tunes.  With only one or two exceptions, no alternative tune fits the words, and in this case, the recording is of the introduction and complete song accompaniment.

    For those songs which could be classed as Choruses, the recording is of the introduction and twice through the Chorus.

    £0.99
  6. 396 Blessed Lord

    A note on the recordings:

    Volume 1 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 1-530, which are Regular Metre tunes.  These can be used with different songs of the same metre and for this reason, in most cases, only an introduction and accompaniments for three verses have been recorded.

    Volume 2 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 531-958, which are Irregular Metre tunes.  With only one or two exceptions, no alternative tune fits the words, and in this case, the recording is of the introduction and complete song accompaniment.

    For those songs which could be classed as Choruses, the recording is of the introduction and twice through the Chorus.

    £0.99
  7. 395 Bithynia

    A note on the recordings:

    Volume 1 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 1-530, which are Regular Metre tunes.  These can be used with different songs of the same metre and for this reason, in most cases, only an introduction and accompaniments for three verses have been recorded.

    Volume 2 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 531-958, which are Irregular Metre tunes.  With only one or two exceptions, no alternative tune fits the words, and in this case, the recording is of the introduction and complete song accompaniment.

    For those songs which could be classed as Choruses, the recording is of the introduction and twice through the Chorus.

    £0.99
  8. 394 Austria

    A note on the recordings:

    Volume 1 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 1-530, which are Regular Metre tunes.  These can be used with different songs of the same metre and for this reason, in most cases, only an introduction and accompaniments for three verses have been recorded.

    Volume 2 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 531-958, which are Irregular Metre tunes.  With only one or two exceptions, no alternative tune fits the words, and in this case, the recording is of the introduction and complete song accompaniment.

    For those songs which could be classed as Choruses, the recording is of the introduction and twice through the Chorus.

    £0.99
  9. 393 At thy feet I bow adoring

    A note on the recordings:

    Volume 1 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 1-530, which are Regular Metre tunes.  These can be used with different songs of the same metre and for this reason, in most cases, only an introduction and accompaniments for three verses have been recorded.

    Volume 2 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 531-958, which are Irregular Metre tunes.  With only one or two exceptions, no alternative tune fits the words, and in this case, the recording is of the introduction and complete song accompaniment.

    For those songs which could be classed as Choruses, the recording is of the introduction and twice through the Chorus.

    £0.99
  10. 392 Ottawa

    A note on the recordings:

    Volume 1 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 1-530, which are Regular Metre tunes.  These can be used with different songs of the same metre and for this reason, in most cases, only an introduction and accompaniments for three verses have been recorded.

    Volume 2 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 531-958, which are Irregular Metre tunes.  With only one or two exceptions, no alternative tune fits the words, and in this case, the recording is of the introduction and complete song accompaniment.

    For those songs which could be classed as Choruses, the recording is of the introduction and twice through the Chorus.

    £0.99
  11. 391 None of self

    A note on the recordings:

    Volume 1 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 1-530, which are Regular Metre tunes.  These can be used with different songs of the same metre and for this reason, in most cases, only an introduction and accompaniments for three verses have been recorded.

    Volume 2 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 531-958, which are Irregular Metre tunes.  With only one or two exceptions, no alternative tune fits the words, and in this case, the recording is of the introduction and complete song accompaniment.

    For those songs which could be classed as Choruses, the recording is of the introduction and twice through the Chorus.

    £0.99
  12. 390 Irby

    A note on the recordings:

    Volume 1 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 1-530, which are Regular Metre tunes.  These can be used with different songs of the same metre and for this reason, in most cases, only an introduction and accompaniments for three verses have been recorded.

    Volume 2 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 531-958, which are Irregular Metre tunes.  With only one or two exceptions, no alternative tune fits the words, and in this case, the recording is of the introduction and complete song accompaniment.

    For those songs which could be classed as Choruses, the recording is of the introduction and twice through the Chorus.

    £0.99
  13. 389 A Perfect Trust

    A note on the recordings:

    Volume 1 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 1-530, which are Regular Metre tunes.  These can be used with different songs of the same metre and for this reason, in most cases, only an introduction and accompaniments for three verses have been recorded.

    Volume 2 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 531-958, which are Irregular Metre tunes.  With only one or two exceptions, no alternative tune fits the words, and in this case, the recording is of the introduction and complete song accompaniment.

    For those songs which could be classed as Choruses, the recording is of the introduction and twice through the Chorus.

    £0.99
  14. 388 Zulu Air

    A note on the recordings:

    Volume 1 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 1-530, which are Regular Metre tunes.  These can be used with different songs of the same metre and for this reason, in most cases, only an introduction and accompaniments for three verses have been recorded.

    Volume 2 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 531-958, which are Irregular Metre tunes.  With only one or two exceptions, no alternative tune fits the words, and in this case, the recording is of the introduction and complete song accompaniment.

    For those songs which could be classed as Choruses, the recording is of the introduction and twice through the Chorus.

    £0.99
  15. 387 Whither Pilgrims?

    A note on the recordings:

    Volume 1 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 1-530, which are Regular Metre tunes.  These can be used with different songs of the same metre and for this reason, in most cases, only an introduction and accompaniments for three verses have been recorded.

    Volume 2 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 531-958, which are Irregular Metre tunes.  With only one or two exceptions, no alternative tune fits the words, and in this case, the recording is of the introduction and complete song accompaniment.

    For those songs which could be classed as Choruses, the recording is of the introduction and twice through the Chorus.

    £0.99
  16. 386 When the mists have rolled away

    A note on the recordings:

    Volume 1 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 1-530, which are Regular Metre tunes.  These can be used with different songs of the same metre and for this reason, in most cases, only an introduction and accompaniments for three verses have been recorded.

    Volume 2 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 531-958, which are Irregular Metre tunes.  With only one or two exceptions, no alternative tune fits the words, and in this case, the recording is of the introduction and complete song accompaniment.

    For those songs which could be classed as Choruses, the recording is of the introduction and twice through the Chorus.

    £0.99
  17. 385 What a friend

    A note on the recordings:

    Volume 1 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 1-530, which are Regular Metre tunes.  These can be used with different songs of the same metre and for this reason, in most cases, only an introduction and accompaniments for three verses have been recorded.

    Volume 2 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 531-958, which are Irregular Metre tunes.  With only one or two exceptions, no alternative tune fits the words, and in this case, the recording is of the introduction and complete song accompaniment.

    For those songs which could be classed as Choruses, the recording is of the introduction and twice through the Chorus.

    £0.99
  18. 384 Vesper Hymn

    A note on the recordings:

    Volume 1 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 1-530, which are Regular Metre tunes.  These can be used with different songs of the same metre and for this reason, in most cases, only an introduction and accompaniments for three verses have been recorded.

    Volume 2 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 531-958, which are Irregular Metre tunes.  With only one or two exceptions, no alternative tune fits the words, and in this case, the recording is of the introduction and complete song accompaniment.

    For those songs which could be classed as Choruses, the recording is of the introduction and twice through the Chorus.

    £0.99
  19. 383 The Vacant Chair

    A note on the recordings:

    Volume 1 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 1-530, which are Regular Metre tunes.  These can be used with different songs of the same metre and for this reason, in most cases, only an introduction and accompaniments for three verses have been recorded.

    Volume 2 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 531-958, which are Irregular Metre tunes.  With only one or two exceptions, no alternative tune fits the words, and in this case, the recording is of the introduction and complete song accompaniment.

    For those songs which could be classed as Choruses, the recording is of the introduction and twice through the Chorus.

    £0.99
  20. 382 The pathway of duty

    A note on the recordings:

    Volume 1 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 1-530, which are Regular Metre tunes.  These can be used with different songs of the same metre and for this reason, in most cases, only an introduction and accompaniments for three verses have been recorded.

    Volume 2 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 531-958, which are Irregular Metre tunes.  With only one or two exceptions, no alternative tune fits the words, and in this case, the recording is of the introduction and complete song accompaniment.

    For those songs which could be classed as Choruses, the recording is of the introduction and twice through the Chorus.

    £0.99
  21. 381 Tack, min Gud

    A note on the recordings:

    Volume 1 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 1-530, which are Regular Metre tunes.  These can be used with different songs of the same metre and for this reason, in most cases, only an introduction and accompaniments for three verses have been recorded.

    Volume 2 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 531-958, which are Irregular Metre tunes.  With only one or two exceptions, no alternative tune fits the words, and in this case, the recording is of the introduction and complete song accompaniment.

    For those songs which could be classed as Choruses, the recording is of the introduction and twice through the Chorus.

    £0.99
  22. 380 Speak, Saviour, speak

    A note on the recordings:

    Volume 1 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 1-530, which are Regular Metre tunes.  These can be used with different songs of the same metre and for this reason, in most cases, only an introduction and accompaniments for three verses have been recorded.

    Volume 2 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 531-958, which are Irregular Metre tunes.  With only one or two exceptions, no alternative tune fits the words, and in this case, the recording is of the introduction and complete song accompaniment.

    For those songs which could be classed as Choruses, the recording is of the introduction and twice through the Chorus.

    £0.99
  23. 379 South Shields

    A note on the recordings:

    Volume 1 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 1-530, which are Regular Metre tunes.  These can be used with different songs of the same metre and for this reason, in most cases, only an introduction and accompaniments for three verses have been recorded.

    Volume 2 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 531-958, which are Irregular Metre tunes.  With only one or two exceptions, no alternative tune fits the words, and in this case, the recording is of the introduction and complete song accompaniment.

    For those songs which could be classed as Choruses, the recording is of the introduction and twice through the Chorus.

    £0.99
  24. 378 Shall we meet?

    A note on the recordings:

    Volume 1 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 1-530, which are Regular Metre tunes.  These can be used with different songs of the same metre and for this reason, in most cases, only an introduction and accompaniments for three verses have been recorded.

    Volume 2 of the Tune Book contains Nos. 531-958, which are Irregular Metre tunes.  With only one or two exceptions, no alternative tune fits the words, and in this case, the recording is of the introduction and complete song accompaniment.

    For those songs which could be classed as Choruses, the recording is of the introduction and twice through the Chorus.

    £0.99
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