These hymn introductions for the most part should be played at an equal dynamic and tempo setting as the hymn, with legato phrasing throughout, and with no ritardando at the end. Most pieces can be used for piano also. Eight hymns appear in two keys to accommodate various hymnals.
All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name; Almighty God, Your Word Is Cast; Angels from the Realms of Glory; As with Gladness Men of Old; Awake, O Sleeper, Rise From Death; Before You, Lord, We Bow; Brightest and Best of the Stars of the Morning; Chief of Sinners Though I Be; Christ Is Our Cornerstone; Christ Sits at God's Right Hand; Come, Join in Cana's Feast; Come, Thou Almighty King; Come, Ye Thankful People, Come; Draw Near and Take the Body of the Lord; Fight the Good Fight; Go to Dark Gethsemane; God Moves in a Mysterious Way; God of the Prophets, Bless the Prophets' Sons; Holy, Holy, Holy; How Sweet the Name of Jesus Sounds; Lord, Dismiss Us with Your Blessing; Lord, Help Us Walk Your Servant Way; Lord, Jesus, Think on Me; Not All the Blood of Beasts; O Christ, You Walked the Road; O Perfect Love; O Worship the King; Oh, for a Thousand Tongues to Sing; On What Has Now Been Sown; Ride On, Ride On in Majesty; Shepherd of Tender Youth; Songs of Thankfulness and Praise; The Ancient Law Departs; The Day of Resurrection; The God of Abraham Praise; The Temple Rang with Golden Coins; 'Tis Good, Lord, to Be Here; To Jordan's River Came Our Lord; With the Father's House; You Are the Way; through You Alone
Tunes: AZMON; CORONATION; DARWALL'S 148TH; DIX; DUNDEE; FRANCONIA; GETHSEMANE; HANOVER; ITALIAN HYMN; LANCASHIRE; MENDON; MORNING STAR; NICAEA; OLD 124TH; POTSDAM; REGENT SQUARE; SOUTHWELL; ST. GEORGE'S, WINDSOR; ST. FLAVIAN; ST. PETER; WINCHESTER NEW; YIGDAL