Hymns Ancient & Modern


Trial/Draft (1859): PDF
1st Edition (1861): PDF
Annotated by Louis Biggs (1867): PDF
with Appendix (1868): PDF
2nd Edition (1875): PDF
with Supplement (1889): PDF
Historical Companion (1889): PDF | 2nd ed. (1903): Archive.org
New and Revised Edition (1904): HathiTrust
Old Edition (1906): HathiTrust
Historical Edition (1909): HathiTrust
Complete Edition (with Second Supplement, 1916): HathiTrust
Standard Edition (1922): WorldCat
Shortened Edition (1939): WorldCat
Revised Edition (1950): WorldCat
Historical Companion (1962): WorldCat
100 Hymns for Today (1969): WorldCat
More Hymns for Today (1980): WorldCat
New Standard Edition (1983): WorldCat
Common Praise (2000): WorldCat
Sing Praise (2010): WorldCat
Ancient & Modern (2013): WorldCat


Hymns Ancient & Modern Ltd.

Related Resources:

W.K. Lowther Clarke, A Hundred Years of Hymns Ancient and Modern (London: William Clowes & Sons, 1960): WorldCat

Erik Routley, “Hymns A&M; the 1868 Supplement,” HSGBI, Bulletin, no. 112 (Spring 1968), pp. 203-208.

Erik Routley, “That Dreadful Red Book,” HSGBI, Bulletin, no. 131 (Winter 1974), pp. 80-85.

Susan Drain, The Anglican Church in Nineteenth-Century Britain: Hymns Ancient and Modern (1860-1875) (Lewiston: Edwin Mellen Press, 1989).

J.R. Watson, “Ancient or Modern, Ancient and Modern: The Victorian Hymn and the Nineteenth Century,” The Yearbook of English Studies, no. 26 (2006), pp. 1-16.

Trevor Beeson, The Church’s Folk Songs. From Hymns Ancient and Modern to Common Praise, 1861-2011 (Norwich: Canterbury Press, 2011).

James Dickinson, Hymns Ancient & Modern 1861-2013: its Rise, Development and Influence (Hymn Society of Great Britain and Ireland, Occasional Paper, Third Series, No. 6, 2013).

Gordon A. Knights, Alan Dunstan, Gordon Giles, “Hymns Ancient & Modern,” Canterbury Dictionary of Hymnology: