No. First Line Meter Tune(s)
451 The King of love my Shepherd is Dominus Regit Me+
St. Columba+
452 The gloomy night will soon be past
CM Irish+
453 The Lord will perfect that which doth concern me Hold Thou My Hand*
454 The Lord's my Shepherd, I'll not want CM Crimond*
455 There is a green hill far away CM Meditation*
Green Hill*
456 Thou who did'st come to die Malvern+
457 Thou whose almighty word Moscow+
458 Thy life was given for me (see Note below) Baca+
St. Olave+
St. Olave (2)+
459 'Twas on that night, when doomed to know (see Note below) LM Boston*
460 We bless Thee, God and Father Lymington+
461 We saw Thee not when Thou didst come We Saw Thee Not*
Pater Omnium*
David's Harp*
462 Worthy of homage and of praise LM Saxby (Storrs)*
Angels' Song*
463 Ye gates, lift up your heads on high PM St. George's, Edinburgh+
464 Ye servants of God, your Master proclaim Laudate Dominum*
465 Now to Him who loved us, gave us Tredegar+


  1. Two tunes of St. Olave appear to exist by the same composer Joseph Barnby. The first tune is from the BHB 1981 Music Edition and the second tune comes from the earlier Supplement Music Edition.
  2. The tune Boston is also known as Hamburg.