As Sons of the Day and Daughters of Light

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Source: Singing the New Testament #207
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Author: Christopher M. Idle

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First Line: As sons of the day and daughters of light
Title: As Sons of the Day and Daughters of Light
Author: Christopher M. Idle (1975)
Meter: 10.10.11.11
Language: English
Copyright: © 1982 The Jubilate Group (admin. Hope Publishing Co.)

Tune

LAUDATE DOMINUM (Parry)

LAUDATE DOMINUM (Latin words for the opening phrase of Psalm 150) comes from the end of the anthem "Hear My Words, O Ye People" by C. Hubert H. Parry (PHH 145), an anthem he composed in 1894 for a festival of the Salisbury Diocesan Choral Association. Parry's tune was set to Baker's text in the 1916…

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