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Lord, our Lord, o'er earth's vast frame

Lord, our Lord, o'er earth's vast frame

Published in 13 hymnals

Text Information

First Line: Lord, our Lord, o'er earth's vast frame

Tune

[Day is dying in the west] (Sherwin)

William Fiske Sherwin (b. Buckland, MA, 1826; d. Boston, MA, 1888) composed EVENING PRAISE (also called CHAUTAUQUA) in 1877 as the tune to Mary A. Lathbury's text "Day Is Dying in the West." The text and tune were included in the hymnal (1878), and the song was sung at vespers at the Lake Chautauqu…

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LORD, OUR LORD


Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 13 of 13)
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Bible Songs #12

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Bible Songs #9

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Bible Songs #9

Crescent Service Program No. 12 #d18

Crescent Service Program No. 13 #d16

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Great Revival Hymns #220

Greatest and Lasting Hymns #d185

Greatest Hymns for use in the Churches #d178

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Make Christ King #286

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Songs of Conquest #275

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Songs of Praise #107

The New Evangel #d152

The Psalter #d113

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