QUOTE(pitcher54 @ Jun 19 2012, 09:39 AM)
Agreed, Common Praise has some of the clearest printing to be found in any hymn book, and a number of less well known tunes. You could also explore hymn books from the Methodist and non-conformist traditions as they also contain tunes which are not found in Anglican hymn books.
There are also lots of chorale preludes for manuals only by composers such as J.G.Walther which you might like to explore.
If you're going for Methodist hymns, I'd try Hymns and Psalms rather than the new book, Singing the Faith - some of the arrangements in there are lovely, but contain page turns that are awkward enough when I'm turning for someone else and know the music, let alone sight reading! Also if you're looking for hymns (in voice parts) specifically then hymns and psalms has more.