Hail we now this happy morn

Author: Percival Chubb

Born: June 17, 1860, De­von­port, De­von, Eng­land. Chubb at­tend­ed the Sta­tion­ers’ School in Lon­don, and joined the ci­vil ser­vice in 1878, in the le­gal de­part­ment of the Lo­cal Go­vern­ment Board. He es­tab­lished a cor­res­pon­dence so­ci­e­ty for man­u­script ex­change called the MS Club (1881), was a mem­ber of the Pro­gress­ive As­so­ci­a­tion, (1882); char­ter mem­ber of the Fa­bi­an Society (1884); joined the Lon­don branch of the Fel­low­ship of the New Life, an in­tel­lec­tu­al di­scuss­ion and st­udy group ded­i­cat­ed to de­vel­op­ing mo­dels of al­ter­na­tive so­ci­e­ties (1884-89); mem­ber of the Ethi­cal So­ci­e­ty (1886). He em­i­grat­ed to Am… Go to person page >

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First Line: Hail we now this happy morn
Author: Percival Chubb

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MELLING


SONG 13

Orlando Gibbons (PHH 167) composed SONG 13 in soprano and bass parts. Used as a setting for a text from the Song of Songs, the tune was published in George Withers' Hymnes and Songs of the Church (1623) as hymn number 13 (hence the tune name). As in other hymnals, the melody is presented in a simpli…

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Hymns of the Spirit for Use in the Free Churches of America #147

The Beacon Song and Service book #217

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