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O all ye people God hath made, sing glory

O all ye people God hath made, sing glory

Author: J. G. Seidenbush
Published in 11 hymnals

Author: J. G. Seidenbush

Seidenbusch, Johann Georg, was born at Munich, April 5, 1641, ordained Priest in 1666; founded the Oratory of St. Philip Neri at Aufhausen, and d. Dec. 10, 1729. He edited the Aufhausen Gesang-Buch, 1687, in which is given:— Kommt her, ihr Creaturen all [Holy Communion], p. 62, which Bäumker, iii., No. 57, thinks is most likely to be his. It is in many later books, including H. Bone's Cantate, ed. 1879, No. 277. Translated as "Come all ye creatures of the Lord," by G. R. Woodward, in his Songs of Syon, 1904. [Rev. James Mearns, M.A.] --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology, New Supplement (1907)  Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: O all ye people God hath made, sing glory
Author: J. G. Seidenbush
Refrain First Line: Praise to the Lord, who all things made
Copyright: Public Domain



Instances (1 - 11 of 11)
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American Catholic Hymnal #218

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Golden Songs #110

Manual of Catholic Melodies #d87

Popular Hymns for Youth #d95

Rohr's Collection of Favorite Catholic Melodies for Church, School, Home ... #d34

Rohr's Favorite Catholic Melodies #d36

School Recreations #d73

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The Catholic Harp #78b

The Choral #d144

The Lily #d61

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