|Meter:||18.104.22.168 with refrain|
|Incipit:||12313 22234 23123|
|Key:||e minor or modal|
|Copyright:||© Pablo Fernandez-Badillo|
Nourished by the rainfall, the earth can come alive;
woodlands swell with splendour, the moors and meadows thrive.
Flowers of every colour now raise their heads in pride,
praising God their maker throughout the countryside
Each flower has its purpose, and every petal its place,
each celebrates glory, each speaks of God's good grace.
All, all of creation delights to worship the Lord.
Let those in God's image respond in deed and word.
|Instances (1 - 3 of 3)||Tune name||First Line||Composer||Meter||Incipit||Key||Source|
|Church Hymnary (4th ed.) #138||ALABANZA||Nourished by the rainfall, the earth can come alive||Pablo Fernandez Badillo (b. 1949)||Irregular||e minor or modal|
|Oramos Cantando = We Pray In Song #486||ALABANZA||Al caer la lluvia resurge converdor (When at last the rain falls, our world turns living green)||Pablo Fernández-Badillo, n. 1919||12 12 12 12 con estribillo||e minor or modal|
|The New Century Hymnal #34||ALABANZA||Al caer la lluvai (As the rain is falling)||Pablo Fernández Badillo||22.214.171.124.D. with refrain||e minor|