The English Hymnal - Wiki Music Experiment/proofing-errors

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  • Should be "Tr. G. Moultrie." instead of "Tr. G. Moullrie." (done)

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  • Typo in original: missing final punctuation at end of last verse. (done)

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  • Missing period after T in "T. Cotterill" (done)

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  • "Vox clara ecco intonat" should probably be "Vox clara ecce intonat" (unclear, but many more Google hits on "... ecce ...") (agree, done)

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  • Typo in original: "(1750.)" should probably be "(1750)." (agree, done and noted)

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  • In lyrics attribution line: should be "J. M. Neale." instead of "J.M. Neale."
  • First line of lyrics: "Come, thou Redeemer or the earth" should probably be "Come, thou Redeemer of the earth" (unclear in original). (verified in hard copy, done)

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  • 4th verse of lyrics: "blesséd" should probably be "blessèd" (unclear in original). (done)

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  • Verse 5, line 3 typo: Original has Mary'a for Mary's
  • Verse 7, line 1 error: blessed should be blessèd (both verified corrected in 1933 edition, done)

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  • 4 verse of lyrics: "the blessed Maid" should probably be "the blessèd Maid" (unclear in original, but needs extra syllable to fit pattern of other verses). (unclear on scan, verified in hard copy)

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  • Hymn meter "(7.7.7.7.)" should be "(7 7. 7 7.)" Typo in original: "(7 7.7 7.)" but elsewhere space included after mid-hymn-meter periods.(corrected as in 1933 edition)

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  • permission line should be Novello and Co. not Nocello and Co.
  • typo last verse 1st line. Punctuation should be a comma (as seen on image) Corrected.
  • lyrics attribution--should be E. H. Sears instead of E. II. Seare. (done)

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  • Latin phrase should probably be "Jam desinant suspiria." instead of "Jam oesinant suspiria."
  • Missing punctuation after final verse number.(both verified and done)

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  • 2nd system, 5th bar shows a dashed slur in the soprano line but the corresponding slurs are missing in the other vocal parts.

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  • Verse 2, second line should end "mind);" so closing ) is needed.
  • Verse 4, second line should probably end with comma instead of period.

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  • 'Motetta or Antiphone,' should be 'Motetts or Antiphons,'.
  • Missing punctuation after final verse number.

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  • Verse 3, first line has "ad" for "and".

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  • Verse 2, line 1 should be "martyr bands" instead of "martyr hands"

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  • Verse 3, line 3 should be "behold the victim lie," instead of "behold the victim lie."
  • Verse 4, line 3 should be "may they bear:" instead of "may they bear;"

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  • Plainsong line of amen: notes for syllable "men" printed as F-E-F; should be E-D-E.

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  • Verse 1, third line has "ín" for "in".
  • Verse 4, second line has "ehall" for "shall".

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  • Verse 5, last line has "Amon" for "Amen".

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  • Verse 2, "wedding-guest" should have a hyphen.

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  • Verse 3, first line has "¡s" for "is".
  • Original has typo in list at bottom: "423 Judge eternal, throned in splendour," --All other entries in the list end in "."

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  • Verse 2 and 4: second lines should end with commas.
  • Verse 7, line 1: should end with comma.

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  • Verse 7 second line should end with comma.

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  • Verse 5 line 3, "loving-kindness" should have a hyphen.

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  • Verse 4 line 3 should end with a comma not a period.

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  • Hymn 58 Verse 1, line 2 has "Makor" for "Maker"
  • Hymn 59 verse 5, line 1 should end with a comma.

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  • Hymn 61 verse 5, line 1 should end with a comma.

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  • Verse 5, line four, likely typo in original: "clemeney" should probably be "clemency"

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  • Verse 3, line 2 has "sinned" for "sinnèd"

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  • Verse 1, line 1 should have comma after "Christian"

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  • Verse 2, line 2 should end with "," instead of "."

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  • Verse 7, line 3 should end with "," instead of "."

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  • Verse 5, line 2 typo in original "Thia" for "This".

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  • Verse 3, line 1 has "¡f" (inverted exclamation) for "if".
  • Verse 4, lines 1 and 4 should end with commas.

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  • Verse 3, line 4: Typo in original? Seems like this line should end with a closing single-quote.
  • Verse 4: lines 2 and 3 should both end with commas instead of periods.

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  • Verse 3, line 3 has "¡n" (inverted exclamation) for "in".
  • Verse 4, line 2 should end with "," instead of "."

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  • Verse 6, line 3 is missing a comma after "Father".

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  • Verse 2, line 5: should be "loss" instead of "lose"
  • Verse 3, line 4: Possible typo in original-- accent on "accursèd" is definitely present in original but makes the line 8 syllables long, which doesn't agree with the hymn meter (7 7. 7 7. 7 7.) or other verses.

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  • Verse 1, line 5: should end with a comma.

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  • Verse 7, line 2 has "real" for "rest".

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  • Verse 5 line 3 should end with a comma.

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  • Verse 4, line 3 should end with a comma instead of period.
  • Verse 5, line 3 should end with a comma instead of period.

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  • Verse 4, line 5 should end with a comma instead of period.

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  • Verse 1, line 3 should end with a comma.

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  • Typo in original: Verse 3, lines 4 doesn't have a comma after "Love" but all other verses do.

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  • Hymn 112 verse 3 line 1 should end with a comma?
  • Typo in original: Hymn 113, poetic meter is missing period after the third "10".

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  • Verse 5, last line "heart" should not be capitalized.
  • Verse 6, 2nd line "rekindle" should be "enkindle".

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  • Verse 1, line 7 should end with a comma not period "pursuing,"

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  • Verse 3, line 1: "auguish," should be "anguish,"

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  • Lyrics, verse 1, line 1: "Blessed" should be "Blessèd".
  • Lyrics, verse 2, line 1: "pierced" should be "piercèd".

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  • Lyrics, verse 1, line 2: Comma at end of line should be period.

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  • Tempo "With rigour". P3's judgment is "rigour", but it is more likely to be "With vigour."
    • See also same issue at 204png.
    • "vigour" occurs three more times as part of a tempo indication, "rigour" nowhere else except 198, 204.png
    • Makes more sense to be "vigour"
  • Verse 1 3rd word: should be "The day draws on", not "The day draws in"
  • Verse 1 3rd line should be "moan ." (dot after moan) not "moaning".

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  • Tempo should be "With vigour" not "With rigour" (see discussion above for 198.png)
  • Verse 1 line 3 should be period after "Ga - li - lee" not comma

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  • Verse 8 first line, period after "glo - ry" should be a comma
  • 2nd last system, this line: "When death as - sails, grant, lord, that we May". "lord" should start with a capital "L".

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  • Verse 1 line 1 should end with a comma

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  • Verse 1 line 7 should end with a comma "glory,"

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  • Verse 2 line 5 should end with a comma
  • Verse 3 line 1 should end with a comma
  • Verse 4 line 1 comma after "triumph"
  • Verse 4 line 5 should end with a comma

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  • Verse 4 line 3 "bound" should end with a comma

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  • 2nd system - verse 3, should have have period after "contended"

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  • Verse 3 last word "overmore" should be "evermore"

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  • Verse 3 line 1: end of line punctuation, scan looks like a period but should probably be a comma.
  • Verse 4 line 2: end of line punctuation, scan looks like a period but should probably be a comma.

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  • List of hymns also suitable, hymn 475 line should end with a period not a comma.

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  • Verse 1 line 1 should end with a comma
  • Verse 2 line 3 end of line punctuation: scan looks like a period but should probably be a comma.

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  • Date after Cotterill - P3's judgment is 1826 but 1933 edition indicates 1820. (??


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  • Verse 7 line 3 "see" probably ends with a comma (it is a comma in 1933 edition)
  • Verse 3 of Metzler's. Line 1 probably ends with a comma (it is a comma in 1933 edition).


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  • Verse 3 first line does end with a comma (in 1933 edition)
  • Verse 3: missing single-quote marks at beginning of 2nd line and after exclamation mark in line 3.
  • Verse 6 line 1 probably ends with comma (from 1933 edition)
  • Verse 6 line 3 should end with "thee" not "these"
  • Verse 7 lines 1 and 3 probably end with commas (1933 ed)

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  • Verse 1 line 3 probably ends with a comma (from 1933 ed)

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  • Verse 1, line 2 has "blesséd" for "blessèd"
  • Verse 1, line 4 has "Ho)y" for "Holy"

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  • Author "Blanco" should be "Bianco" da Siena. (Found in The Dictionary of Hymnology, also in progress at DP on this date - August 8, 2007)
  • Verse 1, line 6: The period after "it" should probably be a comma.
  • Verse 4, line 2: The period after "long" should probably be a comma.

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  • Verse 4 line 5 "merit" probably ends with a comma (confirmed with 1933 ed).

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  • "Hymn 153)" and "No. 219)" should have opening brackets to their left.
  • Last line of verse 4. There should be a period between "thee" and "Amen".
  • Both checked against 1933 edition.

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  • Verse 2 line 3 should probably end with a comma (as shown in 1933 ed).

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  • Verse 4 line 4 "forever" should be "for ever".

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  • verse 4 line 1 after "born" should be a semi-colon (as shown in 1933 ed.)
  • verse 5 line 2 "bless" should end with a comma? (it does in 1933 edition - inserted in Lilypond)
  • verse 5 line 3 "O" should be followed by exclamation mark, not a colon. ( In the scan, confirmed with 1933 ed. )
  • verse 6 line 4. 1933 edition shows a comma after "dull". But the 1906 scan shows no comma. In the 1906, there is only 1 space between the words, so the comma was definitely not meant to be there. Probably a later addition. Omitted in Lilypond. F1/F2 - please decide on this, and if neccessary, leave a note for pper in the proof.

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  • "See also" section Hymn 637. Should probably be an exclamation mark after "here" and not a colon (from 1933 ed.)

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  • Hymn 169 v4 line 2 should probably be a comma after "elect" (from 1933 ed.)

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  • Verse 1 line 1, after "ear" should probably be a comma (from 1933 ed.)
  • Last line has "Amem" for "Amen"

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  • Verse 2 line 3 should end with a comma.

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  • Verse 6 line 2 should end with a comma.


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  • Verse 1, line 1 has "Joni" for "join"

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  • Hymn 193 - verse 2 line 3 "fed" should probably end with a comma. (from 1933 ed.)

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  • Hymn 198 - composer should be Lagran not Lagean (confirmed with Index and also 1933 ed.)

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  • Verse 6, line 2 Emmanuel - probably ends with a comma - (from 1933 ed.)

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  • Under meter "7 6. 7 6. 7 7 6." is listed Das ist meine Frende. This hymn title is "Das ist meine Freude" on 164.png. Freude = joy.