Arrayed in clouds of golden light

Arrayed in clouds of golden light

Author: Thomas Moore
Published in 24 hymnals

Author: Thomas Moore

Moore, Thomas, son of John Moore, a small tradesman at Dublin, was born in that city, May 28, 1779, educated at a private school and Trinity College, Dublin; read at the Middle Temple for the Bar; held a post under the Government in Bermuda for a short time, and died Feb. 26, 1852. His Memoirs, Journal, and Correspondence were published by Lord John Russell in 1855. In that work every detail concerning himself and his numerous publications, most of them of high poetical merit, will be found. His connection with hymnody is confined to his Sacred Songs, which were published in 1816, and again in his Collected Works, 1866. These Songs were 32 in all, and were written to popular airs of various nations. Of these Songs the following have passed… Go to person page >

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First Line: Arrayed in clouds of golden light
Author: Thomas Moore
Copyright: Public Domain

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Instances (1 - 24 of 24)
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A Selection of Sacred Songs. 2nd ed. #47

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A Selection of Sacred Songs #47

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Christian Hymns for Public and Private Worship #98

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Christian Hymns #480

Family Singing Book. Rev ed. with Supplement #d21

Hosanna of the Little Ones #d3

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Hymns for Children, Selected and Altered #178

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Hymns for Christian Devotion #210

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Hymns for Christian Devotion #210

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Hymns for Public Worship #366

Manual of Catholic Melodies #d4

National Hymns #d10

Songs for the School Room #d4

The Christian Psalmist #d31

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The New Hymn Book, Designed for Universalist Societies #418

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The New Hymn Book, Designed for Universalist Societies #418

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The Psalmody #171

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The Psalms of Life #58

The Sabbath School Service and Hymn Book #d5

The Sanctus #d9

The Victory #d19

Universalist Hymn Book #d30

Weihnaechtliches Gloria und Froehliches Alleluia #d4

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