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God the Father, Name We Treasure

Author: Basil E. Bridge

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Text Information

First Line: God the Father, name we treasure
Title: God the Father, Name We Treasure
Author: Basil E. Bridge (1975)
Meter: 8.7.8.7.8.7
Language: English
Copyright: Words used by permission of Basil E. Bridge

Tune

ORIEL (Ett)


LAUDA ANIMA (Goss)

John Goss (PHH 164) composed LAUDA ANIMA (Latin for the opening words of Psalm 103) for this text in 1868. Along with his original harmonizations, intended to interpret the different stanzas, the tune was also included in the appendix to Robert Brown¬ Borthwick's Supplemental Hymn and Tune Book (18…

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