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Sing ye praises to the Lord

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Sing ye Praises to the Lord: allelujah.
Bless his Name with one accord: allelujah.
For its owing to his care allelujah.
What we have and what we are, allelujah.

Source: A Compilation of the Litanies and Vespers Hymns and Anthems as they are sung in the Catholic Church adapted to the voice or organ #25

Text Information

First Line: Sing ye praises to the Lord

Tune

EASTER HYMN

EASTER HYMN originally appeared in the John Walsh collection Lyra Davidica (1708) as a rather florid tune. Tempered to its present version by John Arnold in his Compleat Psalmodist (1749), EASTER HYMN is now one of the best and most joyous Easter tunes. Composed by Paul Sjolund (b. Minneapolis, MN,…

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A Compilation of the Litanies and Vespers Hymns and Anthems as they are sung in the Catholic Church adapted to the voice or organ #25
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