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Every Space for Every Face

Full Text

Ev'ry space for ev'ry face
Ev'ry flower for ev'ry vase
Ev'ry runner for ev'ry race
Ev'ry alto, tenor, bass
No more jobs saved just for some
Ev'ry job for ev'ryone
No more staying in one place
Ev'ry space for ev'ry face.


Source: Secular Hymnal: 144 hymn tunes made inclusive for all #25

Author: Secretary Michael

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Text Information

First Line: Ev'ry space for ev'ry face
Title: Every Space for Every Face
Author: Secretary Michael
Language: English
Publication Date: 2015
Notes: (traditional hymn: "At the Lamb's High Feast We Sing")
Copyright: Public Domain

Tune

SALZBURG (Hintze)

The tune SALZBURG, named after the Austrian city made famous by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, was first published anonymously in the nineteenth edition of Praxis Pietatis Melica (1678); in that hymnbook's twenty-fourth edition (1690) the tune was attributed to Jakob Hintze (b. Bernau, Germany, 1622; d. B…

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