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37. Let All Things Now Living

Text Information
First Line: Let all things now living
Title: Let All Things Now Living
Author: Katherine K. Davis (1939, alt.)
Publication Date: 2013
Scripture: Genesis 1:2; Exodus 13:21; Numbers 9:16; Deuteronomy 1:33; 1 Chronicles 16:31-34; Nehemiah 9:19; Job 26; Job 38; Psalm 95:1-6; Psalm 100:3; Psalm 145; Song of Solomon 2:4; Ephesians 5:19-20; Colossians 3:16; Hebrews 1:3
Topic: Adoration; Christian Year: Easter Vigil; Creation (5 more...)
Language: English
Copyright: © 1939, 1966 E. C. Schirmer Music Company
Tune Information
Harmonizer: Gerald H. Knight (20th cent.)
Key: G Major
Source: Welsh folk melody
Copyright: Harm. © Royal School of Church Music

Text Information:

Written for an easy-to-sing folk melody familiar in England as well as Wales, this 20th-century North American text bears many resemblances to both Psalm 148 and the traditional canticle Benedicite, omnia opera Domini (Bless the Lord, all you works of the Lord).

Audio recording: Audio (MP3)
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