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119. [When in our music God is glorified]

Text Information
First Line: [When in our music God is glorified]
Publication Date: 1991
Notes: A. When in Our Music God Is Glorified B. We Know That Christ Is Raised
Tune Information
Composer: Charles Villiers Stanford
Key: G Major
Notes: Harmonization 2 (Unison voices with Organ); these five harmonizations was written by Charles Villiers Stanford around 1904 for the hymn "For All the Saints (United Methodist Hymnal #711, to the tune SINE NOMINE, in the Hymnal). A "standard" harmonization of ENGELBERG, not included, accompanies the opening stanzas; these "altered" harmonizations then follow in order. The first four of these harnoizations may be used independently or together, to any but the last stanza of United Methodist Hymnal Nos. 68, 610, or 711; the fifth harmonization may be used only with the last stanza. Stanford's indicated voices are optional

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