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How Beauteous on the Mountains

How beauteous, on the mountains The feet of Him who brings

Tune: GREENLAND (Haydn)
Published in 2 hymnals

Printable scores: PDF, MusicXML
Audio files: MIDI

Representative Text

1. How beauteous on the mountains
The feet of him that brings,
Like streams from living fountains,
Good tidings of good things;
That publishes salvation;
From error gives release
To every tribe and nation:
God’s reign of joy and peace.

2. Break forth in hymns of gladness,
O waste Jerusalem;
Let songs instead of sadness,
Thy jubilee proclaim;
The Lord, in strength victorious,
Upon thy foes has trod;
Behold, O earth, the glorious
Salvation of our God.

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #2194

Text Information

First Line: How beauteous, on the mountains The feet of Him who brings
Title: How Beauteous on the Mountains

Tune

GREENLAND (Haydn)

GREENLAND, an example of the popular nineteenth-century practice of creating hymn tunes from the works of classical composers, is thought to be originally from one of J. Michael Haydn's (PHH 67) "Deutschen Kirchen Messen." The tune acquired its title from its occasional association with the text "Fr…

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Media

The Cyber Hymnal #2194
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The Cyber Hymnal #2194

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