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Great Hymns of the Middle Ages

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d1Alleluia! Alleluia! Alleluia! Ye sons and daughters
d2At this high feast the Lamb hath made
d3By life's eternal fountain
d4Come Holy Spirit, from above, And from the realms
d5Come Holy Spirit, nigh, and from the heaven on high
d6Creator, Holy Ghost, descend
d7Creator Spirit, by whose aid [light]
d8Day of wrath, that day of burning
d9Day's herald bird at length is heard
d10Framer of the earth and sky
d11Full of beauty stood the mother
d12Glory and honor, and laud be the thee, King
d13Highest omnipotent good Lord
d14Holy Spirit,God of light
d15How great, how beautiful that Sabbath rest
d16Image of the Father's might
d17Jerusalem, my happy home
d18Jesu, name of sweetest thought
d19Lo the gates of death are broken
d20O Jerusalem the blissful, home of gladness yet untold
d21O most high, almighty, good Lord God
d22Rising at midnight, one and all awaking
d23Sing the cross, the conflict telling
d24Spirit, heavenly life bestowing
d25Still thy sorrow, Magdalena
d26The child is born in Bethlehem
d27The day of wrath, that dreadful day, shall
d28The morning kindles all the sky, the heavens resound
d29The royal banner floats on high
d30The strain upraise of joy and praise Alleluia
d31The [That] day of wrath, that dreadful day, When heaven
d32The world is very evil
d33This glorious morn, time's eldest born
d34Thou bounteous Giver of the light
d35Weeping stood His mother, sighing
d36Ye glooms of night, ye clouds and shade
[This hymnal is not yet complete - may be missing texts or tunes]
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