A Ti Honor y Gloria

Author: John King

In H. and J. Gwyther's Psalmist, A Selection. of Psalms & Hymns, etc., Lond., 1830, there is 1 psalm version signed “J. King," and 1 psalm version and 4 hymns signed "I. King." One of the latter is "When His salvation bringing," No. 417, in 3 stanzas of 8 lines, with a chorus. This hymn is in extensive modern use. Concerning the author great, difficulty has been experienced in tracing his identity. Under date of Aug. 15, 1865, the Rev. John Gwyther informed D. Sedgwick that the signatures stood for "Joshua King, late Vicar of Hull." In a second communication, dated Aug. 19, 1865, be writes further, "Mr. Joshua King was Curate to Mr. J. Eyton, of Wellington, Shropshire, when Mr. E. made his collection of Hymns and wrote them for his… Go to person page >

Translator (Spanish): Juanita R. de Balloch

Born: 1894, Spain. de Ball­och is said to have lived in Ar­gen­ti­na.  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: A ti honor y gloria
Title: A Ti Honor y Gloria
English Title: All glory, laud and honor
Translator (Spanish): Juanita R. de Balloch
Author: John King
Language: Spanish
Copyright: Tr. © Juanita de Balloch

Tune

TOURS

The tune was named after its composer and published in the British volume The Hymnary (1872). TOURS has four broad phrases. Its repetitions of melodic and rhythmic units make it accessible and loved. The harmony suggests a stately tempo. Berthold Tours (b. Rotterdam, the Netherlands, 1838; d. Fulham…

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Praise y Adoración #41c

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