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53. How shall I sing that majesty

Text Information
First Line: How shall I sing that majesty
Author: John Mason, c. 1645-1694
Publication Date: 2011
Meter: DCM
Scripture: 1 Corinthians 2:10-11; Daniel 7:9-10; Exodus 15:11; Hebrews 1:6; Job 26:7-14; Matthew 18:10; Nehemiah 9:6; Psalm 8:4; Psalm 8; Psalm 30:8-12; Psalm 84:11; Romans 11:33; Revelation 5:11; Revelation 7:9-12; Revelation 22:5
Topic: The Adoration of God
Language: English
Notes: May also be sung to COE FEN at 667
Tune Information
Arranger: John Wilson, 1905-1992
Meter: DCM
Key: G Major
Source: D. G. Corner Geistliche Nachtigal, 1649
Copyright: Arrangement © Oxford University Press

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