All hail, triumphant Lord. [Ascension]. Appeared in the Salisbury Hymn Book, 1857, No. 100, in 3 stanzas of 6 lines; the New Congregational Hymn Book, 1859, Barry's Psalms & Hymns, 1868, theN. Zealand Hymnal, 1872, and others; but always without signature. It is evidently based upon C. Wesley's hymn for the Ascension, "God is gone up on high" (q.v.). Its authorship is unknown.
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|American Psalmody: a collection of sacred music, comprising a great variety of psalm, and hymn tunes, set-pieces, anthems and chants, arranged with a figured bass for the organ...(3rd ed.) #195||All hail, trimphant Lord||1834|
|Conference Hymns. a new collection of hymns, designed especially for use in conference and prayer meetings, and family worship. #139||All hail, triumphant Lord!||1849|
|Musica Sacra: or, Springfield and Utica Collections United: consisting of Psalm and hymn tunes, anthems, and chants (2nd revised ed.) #28b||All hail, triumphant Lord||1819|
|Musica Sacra; or Springfield and Utica Collections United #d2||All hail, triumphant Lord||Elizabeth Scott||1818|
|The Sacred Harp or Eclectic Harmony: a collection of church music, consisting of a great variety of psalm and hymn tunes, anthems, sacred songs and chants...(New ed., Rev. and Corr.) #115b||All hail, triumphant Lord||CONNER||1835|