Author: John King Appears in 384 hymnals First Line: When, his salvation bringing Topics: Palm Sunday Used With Tune: PALM SUNDAY
Author: Jeannette Threlfall, 1821-1880 Appears in 134 hymnals Topics: Palm Sunday Used With Tune: ELLACOMBE
Hosanna, loud hosanna
Author: Theodulf, Bishop of Orléans ; J. M. Neale Meter: 184.108.40.206 with refrain Appears in 483 hymnals First Line: All glory, laud, and honor Lyrics: ... people of the Hebrews with palms before you went; our praise ... Topics: Jesus Christ Triumphal Entry; Ancient Hymns; Christ Name of ; Christ Triumphal Entry; Historical; liturgical Opening Hymns
All Glory, Laud and Honor
Composer: Wilbur Held Meter: 220.127.116.11 D Appears in 1 hymnal Tune Key: d minor Incipit: 53454 13312 34211
Composer: B. F. White Meter: 18.104.22.168 D Appears in 141 hymnals Tune Key: F Major Used With Text: Sunday's Palms Are Wednesday's Ashes
Composer: J. A. Peter Schultz, d. 1800; H. R. Krauth Appears in 117 hymnals Incipit: 51155 31543 21556 Used With Text: Hosanna, hosanna
Author: Rae E. Whitney Hymnal: Sing the Faith #2138 (2003) Meter: 22.214.171.124 D Lyrics: Sunday's palms are Wednesday's ... Sunday's palms are ... Languages: English Tune Title: BEACHSPRING
Sunday's Palms Are Wednesday's Ashes
Author: John King Hymnal: Hymnal for the Sunday School #40 (1915) First Line: When, his salvation bringing Topics: Palm Sunday Tune Title: PALM SUNDAY
Author: Donald S. Marsh; Richard K. Avery Hymnal: Praise Ways #30 (1975) First Line: This day in spring the streets will ring Refrain First Line: Hosanna, hallelujah! Sing we loud and clear Tune Title: [This day in spring the streets will ring]
Hosanna, Hallelujah! (A Carol for Palm Sunday)
1829 - 1907 Person Name: Miss P. J. Owens Author of "Christ our leader" in The Palm of Victory Owens, Priscilla Jane, was born July 21, 1829, of Scotch and Welsh descent, and is now (1906) resident at Baltimore, where she is engaged in public-school work. For 50 years Miss Owen has interested herself in Sunday-school work, and most of her hymns were written for children's services. Her hymn in the Scotch Church Hymnary, 1898, "We have heard a joyful sound" (Missions), was written for a Sunday-school Mission Anniversary, and the words were adapted to the chorus "Vive le Roi" in the opera The Huguenots. [Rev. James Bonar, M.A.]
--John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, Appendix II (1907)
Owens, Priscilla Jane. (July 21, 1829--December 5, 1907). Of Scottish and Welsh ancestry, she spent her entire life in Baltimore. She was a public school teacher there for 49 years. She was a member of the Union Square Methodist Church and took particular interest in its Sunday School.
Her literary efforts, both in prose and poetry, appeared in such religious periodicals as the Methodist Protestant and the Christian Standard.
--William J. Reynolds, DNAH Archives
Priscilla Jane Owens
b. 1952 Person Name: Rory Cooney, b. 1952 Author of "Palm Sunday Processional" in Gather Comprehensive, Second Edition Rory Cooney is an accomplished composer, skilled liturgist and parish music director. His music expresses a deep reverence for the text as well as a lively concern for the practical needs of the parish. He has published several recordings and his compositions have appeared in Glory & Praise, Breaking Bread and Music Issue.
He has a bachelor's degree in liberal studies from St. Mary's of the Barrens Seminary in Perryville, Missouri and a two year certificate from Corpus Christi Center for Advanced Liturgical Study.
Rory works with various institutes of the North American Forum on the Catechumenate and Institutes on the Christian Initiation of Children. After 11 years serving as director of liturgy and music at St. Jerome Catholic Community in Phoenix, he is currently the parish music director at St. Anne’s Church in Barrington, Illinois.
b. 1958 Person Name: Twila Paris Author of "We Will Glorify (Palm Sunday Setting)" in The Celebration Hymnal Twila Paris Wright (born December 28, 1958 in Fort Worth, Texas) is a Contemporary Christian Music songwriter, author, vocalist and pianist.
Since 1980, Twila Paris has released 22 albums, amassed 33 number one Christian Radio singles, and was named the Gospel Music Association Female Vocalist of the Year three years in a row. Many of her earlier songs such as "He Is Exalted", "We Will Glorify," "Lamb of God," and "We Bow Down," are found in church hymnals or otherwise sung in church settings.
As a child she released her first album, Little Twila Paris, in 1965. The album included songs drawn from among those she sang with her family in their evangelistic outreaches.
Paris released her first full-length album, Knowin' You're Around, in 1980, and along the way she has written books, recorded children's music, and created worship songs. Her song "God Is In Control" won a GMA Song of the Year award in 1995 and her 1992 Sanctuary release won the GMA Praise & Worship Album of the Year. She has won five GMA Dove Awards and three American Songwriter
In the 1980s and 1990s, Paris released mainly contemporary Christian pop songs. But in recent years, she has focused on recording new versions of some of her worship standards and writing new praise and worship music. Her 2005 album He Is Exalted: Live Worship collects a number of favorite songs commonly used in praise and worship of Paris's and presents them in a more typical style of live worship music. After her song "He Is Exalted" was used in churches in Brazil, Paris re-recorded it in the Portuguese translation they were using. This version appears on her 1992 album Sanctuary.
Although associated for much of her career with Star Song Communications, EMI switched her to Sparrow Records in 1996, before her contract ended after 2003. In 2005, she switched to the praise and worship label Integrity Music for He Is Exalted: Live Worship.
Twila released Small Sacrifice on December 26, 2007. which was available only through her website and at Lifeway Christian Stores. This album married the two parts of her career by including both inspirational pop/adult contemporary songs and original praise and worship compositions. Her first radio single from Small Sacrifice was "Live to Praise." Small Sacrifice was released for wider distribution by Koch Records on February 24, 2009.
In 2012, Twila released a patriotic-themed project that includes 2 new cuts ("God of Our Fathers" and "America the Beautiful") and 10 cuts that Twila hand-picked from other projects. The purpose of the project is to inspire patriots with themes of God's protection and love, even in difficult times.
In the 1980s and 1990s, Twila toured extensively. As a new artist, she opened for the Imperials. After receiving her first #1 hit, she began headlining her own concert tours, with such notable opening artists as Wayne Watson, Clay Crosse, Phil Kaeggy, Avalon, Aaron Jeoffrey, Fernando Ortega, Out of the Grey and Michele Tumes. She was featured in the Young Messiah tour and co-hosted with Steven Curtis Chapman both the My Utmost for His Highest and Child of the Promise tours. In the 2000s, she continues to tour but not as extensively. In 2011-2012, Twila participated in the Christian Classics tour with Steve Green, Wayne Watson and Michael Card.
Paris has created a body of work in a modern hymn style. Her compositions are included in hymnals used by several Christian denominations and various Charismatic churches. Paris was influenced in her early career by the music of Keith Green, Kelly Willard, and Jamie Owens-Collins. Her single, "Do I Trust You" was written in response to Keith Green's untimely death in 1982.] Willard and Owens-Collins sang background vocals for her on her Keeping My Eyes On You album and sang as a trio on the hymn "Leaning On The Everlasting Arms" on The Warrior Is A Child.
Twila Paris is the daughter of Oren II and Rachel Inez Paris. Oren Paris II is the founder and Chancellor of Ecclesia College in Springdale, Arkansas. Twila has been married to Jack Wright for more than 25 years, and has a son, Jack Paris Wright who was born in 2001. She has three siblings: Starla Novak, Oren Paris III, and Angie Paris Snyder.
Twila Paris White
Publication Date: 1865 Publisher: Wm. B. Bradbury Publication Place: New York Editors: Rev'd W. H. Cooke; Wm. B. Bradbury