CWS Publications

The Charles Wesley Society offers special member prices on its collection of Wesley publications.

Title Member Price Retail Price
Hymns for the Nativity of Our Lord $5.50 $6.95
Hymns for our Lord’s Resurrection $4.00 $4.95
Hymns for Ascension-Day and Whitsunday, 1746 $6.00 $7.50
Hymns on the Lord’s Supper, 1745 $10.00 $12.95
Hymns on the Great Festivals, 1746 $17.00 $22.95
Hymns on the Trinity, 1767 $8.75 $11.95
Hymns and Sacred Poems, 1739 $12.95 $14.95
Help Us To Help Each Other: Hymns for Life and Ministry with the Poor by Charles Wesley, pub. 2010 $6.50 $7.00
John Wesley’s First Tune Book: A Collection of Tunes Set to Music [Foundry Collection, 1742] $12.50 $14.95
John Wesley’s Second Tune Book — Selected Hymns: with Tunes Annext (1761) $15.95 $19.95
SPECIAL: All ten volumes above as a bundle shipped to one address (add shipping) $90.00 $90.00
Proceedings of the Charles Wesley Society (priced per volume):

Vol 1-18 (1994-2014)

$5.00 $15.00

Lyrical Reflections on the Transfiguration of Christ – C. Wesley

$6.00 $6.00

Order Form 2015

Order forms must be mailed with payment to:

The  Charles Wesley Society
P.O. Box 127
36 Madison Ave.
Madison, NJ 07940

Outside U.S.A., orders should go to:
The Charles Wesley Society
c/o Clive Norris
18 Parkfields
London SW 15 6NH

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2 Responses to CWS Publications

  1. Nancy Brooks says:

    Is the tune FREE GRACE, which was sung to And Can It Be? printed in the 1742 Foundry book that is for sale? I am eager to see the tune the Wesleys chose for that text.
    Nancy G Brooks

  2. Carlton R. Young says:

    The first musical setting for ‘And can it be that I should gain,’ was CRUCIFIXION TUNE, adapted from Samuel Akeroyd’s “An Hymn for Good Friday,” in Henry Playford’s, The Divine Companion, London, [1701] 1722, where It is scored for melody and bass. CRUCIFIXION TUNE in Foundery Collection 1742, pages 25-25, is an adaptation of that melody, and is referenced to the full text of the hymn pp. 117-19 in Hymns and Sacred Poems, 1739. It may one of several attempts from 1739 to 1742 to set Charles’ Wesley conversion hymn.

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