An early addition to my Western Harmony series of Shape-Note tunes, but new to the internet: this one is pretty conservative in arc & text, but with a few spicy Copland-esque moments. I believe I've managed to find some Isaac Watts poetry that hasn't been set to a shape-note song, but correct me if I'm wrong, it's from his same lovely arrangement of Psalm 65 that the Sacred Harp tune Rainbow uses - the three verses I use would be the middle three verses of Rainbow in some ideal long version. (There's evidence of it being set here: but I've never heard that hymn.)
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The morning light and ev'ning shade
Successive comforts bring:
Thy plent'ous fruits make harvest glad,
And flow'rs adorn the spring.
Seasons and times, and moons and hours,
Heav'n, earth and air are thine,
When clouds distil their fruitful show'rs,
The author is divine.
Those wand'ring cisterns in the sky,
Borne by the winds around,
With wat'ry treasures well supply,
The furrows of the ground.
I recommend you check back this website, like, all the time - because as soon as I fix my damn'd microphone, I'm going to sing you all beautiful home recordings of these songs.