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ماذا تروم النفس في أقصى السما العليا

ماذا تروم النفس في أقصى السما العليا

Author: اسعد الشدودي
Published in 5 hymnals

Representative Text

1 - ماذا تروم النفس في
أقصى السما العليا
أو من فؤادي يا ترى
يهوى في ذي الدنيا

2 - يسوع حظّي ملجإي
لا أبتغي سواه
حبيب قلبي منيتي
أتوق أن اراه

3 - إن كانت السماء لا
تجودُ بالأمطار
وبادت الأعشاب والـ
أشجارُ والأثمار

4 - فإن قلبي لم يزل
بالرب يفرح
كذا لساني شاكرٌ
إياه يمدح

Source: تسابيح روحية #171

Author: اسعد الشدودي

Asaad Ibrahim alShdudi, 1826-1906 A Lebanese-born Mathematician, who studied and later worked at the American University of Beirut. أسعد إبراهيم الشدودي Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: ماذا تروم النفس في أقصى السما العليا
Author: اسعد الشدودي
Place of Origin: Lebanon
Language: Arabic
Publication Date: 1873
Copyright: This text in in the public domain in the United States because it was published before 1923.


NAOMI (Nägeli)

NAOMI was a melody that Lowell Mason (PHH 96) brought to the United States from Europe and arranged as a hymn tune; the arrangement was first published in the periodical Occasional Psalm and Hymn Tunes (1836). Some scholars have attributed the original melody to Johann G. Nageli (PHH 315), but there…

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MARTYRDOM was originally an eighteenth-century Scottish folk melody used for the ballad "Helen of Kirkconnel." Hugh Wilson (b. Fenwick, Ayrshire, Scotland, c. 1766; d. Duntocher, Scotland, 1824) adapted MARTYRDOM into a hymn tune in duple meter around 1800. A triple-meter version of the tune was fir…

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ST. MARTINS (Tansur 51715)



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تسابيح روحية #171

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تطريب الآذان في صناعة الألحان #133

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تطريب الآذان في صناعة الألحان #133

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مزامير وتسابيح وأغاني روحية #187

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مزامير وتسابيح وأغاني روحية #229

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