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Text:This Is My Song
Author (stanza 3):Georgia Harkness
Author (stanzas 1-2):Lloyd Stone
Composer:Jean Sibelius
Media:Audio recording

340. This Is My Song

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Text Information
First Line: This is my song, O God of all the nations
Title: This Is My Song
Author (stanzas 1-2): Lloyd Stone
Author (stanza 3): Georgia Harkness (alt.)
Language: English
Publication Date: 2013
Scripture: ; ; ; ;
Topic: Ecumenical; Kingdom of God; The Life of the Nations (2 more...)
Copyright: St. 1–2 © 1934, ren. 1962 The Lorenz Corp.; St. 3 © 1964 The Lorenz Corp.
Tune Information
Composer: Jean Sibelius (1899)
Key: E♭ Major
Source: arr. The Hymnal, 1933, alt.
Copyright: Arr. © 1933, ren. 1961 The Presbyterian Board of Christian Education (admin. Westminster John Knox Press)

Text Information:

The first two stanzas of this hymn were written between the 20th century’s two world wars and focus on the theme of international peace. The third stanza, by another author and added later, uses the language of the Lord’s Prayer to voice a distinctly Christian perspective.

Audio recording: Audio (MP3)
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