84E. How Lovely Is Thy Dwelling Place

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Text Information
First Line: How lovely is thy dwelling place
Title: How Lovely Is Thy Dwelling Place
Author (st. 3 and 4): Carl P. Daw, Jr., b. 1944
Publication Date: 2012
Topic: Biblical Names and Places: Jacob; Blessing; Church Year: Lent (49 more...)
Source: Scottish Psalter, 1650 (sts. 1, 2 and opt. sts.)
Copyright: © 1982 Hope Publishing Company
Notes: The tune BROTHER JAMES’ AIR is often associated with Ps. 23. There is a strong resonance between Pss. 23 and 84. One could conclude the singing of 84E with the final stanza of 23C.
Tune Information
Composer: J. L. Macbeth Bain, 1840-1925
Harmonizer: Gordon Jacob, 1895-1984
Copyright: Reproduced by permission of Oxford University Press

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