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The Ten Commandments

Appears in 168 hymnals First Line: Lord, have mercy upon us Topics: The Ten Commandments Used With Tune: [Lord, have mercy upon us]

The Ten Commandments

Author: Dewey Westra, 1899-1979 Meter: 9.8.9.8 Appears in 3 hymnals First Line: My soul, recall the rev'rent wonder Lyrics: the Lord your God's command, that you may ... Topics: Service Music The Ten Commandments Scripture: Exodus 20:2-17 Used With Tune: LES COMMANDEMENTS DE DIEU Text Sources: Alt. in Psalter Hymnal, 1987

I Am the Lord (The Ten Commandments)

Author: Joseph Klein Appears in 1 hymnal First Line: I am the Lord, thy fathers' God

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[THE TEN COMMANDMENTS] TALLIS

Composer: T. Tallis Appears in 1 hymnal Tune Key: F Major Used With Text: THE TEN COMMANDMENTS
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TEN COMMANDMENT

Appears in 3 hymnals Tune Key: A Major Incipit: 11235 43234 21712

[Lord, have mercy upon us]

Composer: George Job Elvey, 1816-1893 Appears in 15 hymnals Tune Key: A Flat Major Incipit: 56655 55117 77135 Used With Text: The Ten Commandments

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These Are the Holy Ten Commands

Author: M. Luther, 1483-1546 Hymnal: Evangelical Lutheran Hymnary #490 (1996) Meter: 8.8.8.7.4 Lyrics: These are the holy Ten Commands Which God the ... Topics: Law and Gospel; Trinity 18 Languages: English Tune Title: IN GOTTES NAMEN GAHREN WIR
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The Ten Commandments Are the Law

Author: Martin Luther, 1483-1546 Hymnal: Christian Worship #285 (1993) Meter: 8.8.8.7.4 Lyrics: 1 The Ten Commandments are the law Which Israel ... Topics: Word of God; Word of God Tune Title: IN GOTTES NAMEN FAHREN WIR
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These Are the Holy Ten Commands

Author: Michael A. Penikis, b. 1964; Martin Luther, 1483-1546; F. Samuel Janzow, 1913-2001; Joseph Herl, b. 1959 Hymnal: Lutheran Service Book #581 (2006) Meter: 8.8.8.7.4 Lyrics: (Stanzas 1-5 copyrighted) 6 "You shall not murder, hurt, nor hate; Your anger dare not dominate. Be kind and patient; help, defend, And treat your foe as your friend." Have mercy, Lord! (Stanza 7 copyrighted) 8 "You shall not steal or take away What others ... Topics: The Word of God Scripture: Exodus 20:1-17 Languages: English Tune Title: IN GOTTES NAMEN FAHREN WIR

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George J. Elvey

1816 - 1893 Person Name: George Job Elvey, 1816-1893 Composer of "[Lord, have mercy upon us]" in The Book of Praise George Job Elvey (b. Canterbury, England, 1816; d. Windlesham, Surrey, England, 1893) As a young boy, Elvey was a chorister in Canterbury Cathedral. Living and studying with his brother Stephen, he was educated at Oxford and at the Royal Academy of Music. At age nineteen Elvey became organist and master of the boys' choir at St. George Chapel, Windsor, where he remained until his retirement in 1882. He was frequently called upon to provide music for royal ceremonies such as Princess Louise's wedding in 1871 (after which he was knighted). Elvey also composed hymn tunes, anthems, oratorios, and service music. Bert Polman

George Croly

1780 - 1860 Author of "The Ten Commandments" in Voices United Croly, George, LL.D., born in Dublin, Aug. 17, 1780, and educated at the Dublin University (M.A. 1804, LL.D. 1831). After taking Holy Orders, he laboured in Ireland till about 1810, when he took up his residence in London, and devoted himself to literature. In 1835 he succeeded to the united benefices of St. Stephen's, Walbrook, and St. Benet Sherehog, retaining the same till his death, which occurred suddenly in the public street, Holborn, Nov. 24, 1860. His prose publications, in addition to contributions to Blackwood's Magazine, were numerous, and dealt with biographical, historical, and scriptural subjects. His hymns were given in his— Psalms and Hymns for Public Worship. Written and compiled by the Rev. George Croly, LL.D. London Kendrick, 1854. This collection contained 25 psalms, 50 hymns, and 6 poems. Of these 10 psalms, 12 hymns, and the 6 poems bear Dr. Croly's initial. The following have come into common use mainly through Windle's Collection:— 1. Be still, be still, impatient soul. Patience. 2. Behold me, Lord, and if thou find. Lent. 3. Lift up your heads, ye gates of light. Ascension. 4. Lord, who hast sought us out, unsought. Public Worship. 5. Teach us, O Lord, this day. Sunday. 6. Thou, Lord of mercy and of might. Lent. All these date from 1854, with the exception of No. 6, which appeared in his Scenes from Scripture and other Poems, 1851. -- John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)

Thomas Tallis

1505 - 1585 Person Name: T. Tallis Composer of "[Lord, have mercy upon us] (Tallis)" in The Hymnary for use in Baptist churches Thomas Tallis (b. Leicestershire [?], England, c. 1505; d. Greenwich, Kent, England 1585) was one of the few Tudor musicians who served during the reigns of Henry VIII: Edward VI, Mary, and Elizabeth I and managed to remain in the good favor of both Catholic and Protestant monarchs. He was court organist and composer from 1543 until his death, composing music for Roman Catholic masses and Anglican liturgies (depending on the monarch). With William Byrd, Tallis also enjoyed a long-term monopoly on music printing. Prior to his court connections Tallis had served at Waltham Abbey and Canterbury Cathedral. He composed mostly church music, including Latin motets, English anthems, settings of the liturgy, magnificats, and two sets of lamentations. His most extensive contrapuntal work was the choral composition, "Spem in alium," a work in forty parts for eight five-voice choirs. He also provided nine modal psalm tunes for Matthew Parker's Psalter (c. 1561). Bert Polman

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A New Version of the Psalms of David

Publication Date: 1754 Publisher: J. Draper Publication Place: Boston
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The Psalms of David

Publication Date: 1767 Publisher: James Parker Publication Place: New York Editors: Francis Hopkinson; James Parker



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