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Master, Speak! Thy Servant Heareth!

Master, speak! Thy servant heareth! Make me wise that I may see

Author: Roy A. Cheville, 1897 -
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: Roy A. Cheville, 1897 -

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Text Information

First Line: Master, speak! Thy servant heareth! Make me wise that I may see
Title: Master, Speak! Thy Servant Heareth!
Author: Roy A. Cheville, 1897 -
Copyright: copyright 1950 Herald Publishing House.

Tune

SLINGSBY (Carter)


MERTON (Monk)

William H. Monk (b. Brompton, London, England, 1823; d. London, 1889) composed MERTON and published it in The Parish Choir (1850). The tune has been associated with this text since the 1861 edition of Hymns Ancient and Modern. The tune's title is thought to refer to Walter de Merton, founder of Mert…

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