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Now Let Us All With One Accord

Author: Gregory the Great

Gregory I., St., Pope. Surnamed The Great. Was born at Rome about A.D. 540. His family was distinguished not only for its rank and social consideration, but for its piety and good works. His father, Gordianus, said to have been the grandson of Pope Felix II. or III., was a man of senatorial rank and great wealth; whilst his mother, Silvia, and her sisters-in-law, Tarsilla and Aemiliana, attained the distinction of canonization. Gregory made the best use of his advantages in circumstances and surroundings, so far as his education went. "A saint among saints," he was considered second to none in Rome in grammar, rhetoric, and logic. In early life, before his father's death, he became a member of the Senate; and soon after he was thirty and ac… Go to person page >

Translator: James Quinn

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Text Information

First Line: Now let us all with one accord, In company with ages past
Title: Now Let Us All With One Accord
Author: Gregory the Great
Translator: James Quinn
Meter: 8.8.8.8
Source: Sing Glory (Jubilate Hymns, 1999)
Language: English
Copyright: © Geoffrey Chapman

Tune

BOURBON

A pentatonic (five-pitch) folk tune from the southern United States, BOURBON fits well with the penitential text of Psalm 38. The tune calls for unison singing, with accompaniment providing a firmly articulated rhythm. Like many pentatonic tunes, when unaccompanied it can be sung in canon after eith…

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BOWER LANE


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Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 7 of 7)Text InfoTune InfoTextScoreFlexScoreAudioPage Scan
Common Praise (1998) #172
Hymnal 1982: according to the use of the Episcopal Church #146
Hymnal 1982: according to the use of the Episcopal Church #147
Hymnal Supplement 1991 #738
Moravian Book of Worship #339
Scripture Song Database #2058
Sing Glory: Hymns, Psalms and Songs for a New Century #148
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