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سبحوا سبحوا يا أصغرين

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1) سبحوا سبحوا يا عابدينْ
اسمَ مَن قد فداكمْ أجمعينْ
رنموا للذي من أجلكمْ
ذُلَّ كي تخلُصوا من ذُلِّكمْ

2) دائما سبحوا الربَّ الرحيمْ
فهو أعطاكمُ الصوتَ الرخيمْ
وابدأوا في ترانيمِ السما
قبلَ أن تلتقوا ربَّ الفدا

3) كيف ينسى إذن بعد الصعودْ
حبَّ التلاميذِ ذاك الودودْ
يا جميع العباد المهتدينْ
سبحوا سبحوا الربَّ الأمينْ

Source: تسابيح المحبة: الاصدار الثالي #17

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: سبحوا سبحوا يا أصغرين
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.


WESLEY (Mason)

Lowell Mason (b. Medfield, MA, 1792; d. Orange, NJ, 1872) composed WESLEY for Thomas Hastings's (PHH 538) "Hail to the Brightness of Zion's Glad Morning," and the two were published together in Spiritual Songs for Social Worship (1833). The tune name honors the founders of Methodism, John and Charle…

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In 1899 Finnish composer Jean Sibelius (b. Hameenlina, Tavastehus, Finland, 1865; Jarvenpaa, near Helsingfors, Finland, 1957) wrote a musical score for six historical tableaux in a pageant that celebrated and supported the Finnish press against Russian oppression. In 1900 Sibelius revised the music…

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تسابيح المحبة #17

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