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1. Holy, Holy, Holy! Lord God Almighty!

Text Information
First Line: Holy, holy, holy! Lord God Almighty!
Title: Holy, Holy, Holy! Lord God Almighty!
Author: Reginald Heber (1827, alt.)
Translator (Spanish): Juan B. Cabrera
Publication Date: 2013
Meter: 11.12.12.10
Scripture: Exodus 33:17-23; Deuteronomy 5:22-23; Psalm 145:10; 2 Samuel 7:22; 1 Chronicles 17:20; Psalm 5:3; Psalm 59:16; Psalm 97:2; Isaiah 6:2-3; Isaiah 6:5; Isaiah 45:6; Revelation 1:4; Revelation 1:8; Revelation 4:6; Revelation 4:8-11; Revelation 15:4
Topic: Adoration; Christian Year: Trinity; Creation (4 more...)
Source: Korean translation, The Christian Literature Society of Korea
Language: Spanish; Korean; English
Copyright: Korean Trans. © Christian Literature Society of Korea
Tune Information
Name: NICAEA
Composer: John Bacchus Dykes (1861)
Composer (descant): David McKinley Williams (1948)
Meter: 11.12.12.10
Key: D Major
Copyright: Desc. © 1948, ren. H. W. Gray Co., Inc. (a div. of Belwin-Mills Publishing Corp.)


Text Information:

Much of the imagery of this hymn comes from Revelation 4:2–11, which its author, an Anglican bishop, knew as a reading appointed for Trinity Sunday. The tune, written specifically for this text, reinforces the Trinitarian theme by strong dependence on the D-major triad.


Media
Audio recording: Audio (MP3)
More media are available on the text authority and tune authority pages.




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