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Many Gifts, One Spirit

Author: Al Carmines Meter: 6.5.6.5.7.7 Appears in 5 hymnals First Line: God of change and glory Lyrics: Refrain: Many gifts, one Spirit, one ... God of change and glory, ... Many gifts, one Spirit, one love known in ...
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Spirit of God, Descend upon My Heart

Author: George Croly Meter: 10.10.10.10 Appears in 308 hymnals Lyrics: 1 Spirit of God, descend upon my heart; wean it from earth, through all its pulses move; stoop to my weakness, mighty as thou art, and make me love thee as I ought to love. 2 I ask no dream, no prophet ecstasies, no sudden rending of the veil of clay, no ... Topics: God Present in the Holy Spirit Gifts of the Spirit; The Holy Spirit Gifts of the Spirit Used With Tune: MORECAMBE
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Come, Holy Spirit, Our Souls Inspire

Author: Rabanus Maurus, 9th c.; John Cosin Meter: 8.8.8.8 Appears in 216 hymnals Lyrics: ... fire; thou the anointing Spirit art, who dost thy sevenfold gifts impart. 2 ... , and fire of love; enable with perpetual light the dullness of our mortal ... us to know the Father, Son, and thee, of both, to be ... Topics: Holy Spirit; Church Year Pentecost Scripture: Ezekiel 37:1-14 Used With Tune: VENI, CREATOR SPIRITUS

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NUN DANKET

Composer: Johann Crüger; Felix Mendelssohn Meter: 6.7.6.7.6.6.6.6 Appears in 290 hymnals Tune Key: F Major Incipit: 55566 55432 32155 Used With Text: Nun danket alle Gott (Now Thank We All Our God)
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EIN FESTE BURG (ISORHYTHMIC)

Composer: Johann S. Bach, 1685-1750; Martin Luther Meter: 8.7.8.7.6.6.6.6.7 Appears in 381 hymnals Tune Key: C Major Incipit: 11156 71765 1 Used With Text: A Mighty Fortress Is Our God
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VENI CREATOR SPIRITUS (MECHLIN)

Composer: Andrew Moore Meter: 8.8.8.8 Appears in 114 hymnals Tune Sources: "Proper Sarum Melody" Tune Key: b minor Incipit: 56545 65122 11561 Used With Text: Come, Holy Ghost, our souls inspire

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Gifts of the Spirit

Author: Nancy McNulty Hymnal: Hymns for a Pilgrim People #238 (2007) Meter: 8.7.8.7 with refrain First Line: We are gifted by the Spirit Refrain First Line: The gifts of the Spirit Lyrics: Refrain: The gifts of the Spirit, upon us they do ... Topics: Guidance; Holy Spirit; Serviice Scripture: 1 Corinthians 12:4 Languages: English Tune Title: GIFTS OF THE SPIRIT
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The Gift of the Spirit

Author: Palmer Hartsough Hymnal: Sacred Selections for the Church #500 (1960) First Line: The Father kind above Languages: English Tune Title: [The Father kind above]
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Recompense

Hymnal: A Collection of Hymns and Anthems Adapted to Public Worship #76 (1892) First Line: The beautiful gifts of the spirit Tune Title: [The beautiful gifts of the spirit]

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Joseph Haydn

1732 - 1809 Person Name: Franz J. Haydn Composer of "ST. ALBAN" in The Hymnal of The Evangelical United Brethren Church Franz Joseph Haydn (b. Rohrau, Austria, 1732; d. Vienna, Austria, 1809) Haydn's life was relatively uneventful, but his artistic legacy was truly astounding. He began his musical career as a choirboy in St. Stephen's Cathedral, Vienna, spent some years in that city making a precarious living as a music teacher and composer, and then served as music director for the Esterhazy family from 1761 to 1790. Haydn became a most productive and widely respected composer of symphonies, chamber music, and piano sonatas. In his retirement years he took two extended tours to England, which resulted in his "London" symphonies and (because of G. F. Handel's influence) in oratorios. Haydn's church music includes six great Masses and a few original hymn tunes. Hymnal editors have also arranged hymn tunes from various themes in Haydn's music. Bert Polman

Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy

1809 - 1847 Person Name: Felix Mendelssohn Harmonizer of "NUN DANKET" in The New Century Hymnal Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (b. Hamburg, Germany, 1809; d. Leipzig, Germany, 1847) was the son of banker Abraham Mendelssohn and the grandson of philosopher Moses Mendelssohn. His Jewish family became Christian and took the Bartholdy name (name of the estate of Mendelssohn's uncle) when baptized into the Lutheran church. The children all received an excellent musical education. Mendelssohn had his first public performance at the age of nine and by the age of sixteen had written several symphonies. Profoundly influenced by J. S. Bach's music, he conducted a performance of the St. Matthew Passion in 1829 (at age 20!) – the first performance since Bach's death, thus reintroducing Bach to the world. Mendelssohn organized the Domchor in Berlin and founded the Leipzig Conservatory of Music in 1843. Traveling widely, he not only became familiar with various styles of music but also became well known himself in countries other than Germany, especially in England. He left a rich treasury of music: organ and piano works, overtures and incidental music, oratorios (including St. Paul or Elijah and choral works, and symphonies. He harmonized a number of hymn tunes himself, but hymnbook editors also arranged some of his other tunes into hymn tunes. Bert Polman

Henry Thomas Smart

1813 - 1879 Person Name: Henry Smart Composer of "REGENT SQUARE" in The Hymnal Henry Smart (b. Marylebone, London, England, 1813; d. Hampstead, London, 1879), a capable composer of church music who wrote some very fine hymn tunes (REGENT SQUARE, 354, is the best-known). Smart gave up a career in the legal profession for one in music. Although largely self taught, he became proficient in organ playing and composition, and he was a music teacher and critic. Organist in a number of London churches, including St. Luke's, Old Street (1844-1864), and St. Pancras (1864-1869), Smart was famous for his extemporiza­tions and for his accompaniment of congregational singing. He became completely blind at the age of fifty-two, but his remarkable memory enabled him to continue playing the organ. Fascinated by organs as a youth, Smart designed organs for impor­tant places such as St. Andrew Hall in Glasgow and the Town Hall in Leeds. He composed an opera, oratorios, part-songs, some instrumental music, and many hymn tunes, as well as a large number of works for organ and choir. He edited the Choralebook (1858), the English Presbyterian Psalms and Hymns for Divine Worship (1867), and the Scottish Presbyterian Hymnal (1875). Some of his hymn tunes were first published in Hymns Ancient and Modern (1861). Bert Polman



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