Freedom’s Lyre

(1840)
   "Or, Psalms, Hymns, and Sacred Songs for the Slave and His Friends," the best known of the anti-slavery hymnals inspired by William Lloyd Garrison and published between 1834 and 1856. Compiled by Edwin F. Hatfield, clergyman and hymnologist, {}Freedom’s Lyre contains 291 hymns, metrical psalms, and doxologies (texts only) devoted to anti-slavery themes.

Historical dictionary of sacred music. . 2006.

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