The Supplement Hymns are included in the new version of Concord. However, for those who have not yet purchased the new product, a simple Excel spreadsheet if offered below as a free download. Using the Find feature (Control F), users can do simple one word searches of the Supplement hymns.
This compilation follows the plan of the Hymnal Concordance. Almost all words are indexed. Exceptions are some prepositions, conjunctions, articles, and a few other minor words. It references only new hymn texts. Therefore, the 11 texts that are duplicated from the Hymnal are not included here. Please note these new musical settings in the Supplement when referencing these same texts in the Hymnal. They are listed below.
|Blest Christmas Morn||23-28||432, 433|
|Brood o’er us||30-32||434, 435|
|Come, gracious Spirit||39||436|
|Father, we Thy loving children||58||438|
|Glorious things of thee are spoken||71||440|
|Here, O God, thy healing presence||109, 110||442|
|It matters not what be thy lot||160-162||447|
|O, sometimes gleams upon our sight||238, 239||451|
|Saw ye my Saviour?||298-302||454|
|Shepherd, show me how to go||304-309||456|
|Take my life, and let it be||324||457|
Words are indexed by hymn and verse number. If it is appears in more than one verse in the same hymn, the verses are separated by commas.
Ref = Refrain. If the Refrain has slight changes to a word, this is indicated by numbering the Refrain to match the verse it follows.
Des = Descant. A descant is a musical line written above the melody line. Hymn 455 includes this feature and it is identified in this manner.
If you have suggestions about this document to improve or edit it so that it is more helpful, please email Hymnal-Submissions@csps.com. Thank you!
If you do not have EXCEL on your computer, please see how to download EXCEL READER for free, which will allow you to read and print the Supplement Concordance.