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Psalm 24

The king of glory comes, the nation rejoices

Author: Willard F. Jabusch
Tune: PROMISED ONE
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Willard F. Jabusch

A Catholic priest, Willard Francis Jabusch (b. 1930) was educated at Mundelein Seminary, Loyola University and Northwestern University (Ph.D., 1968). His education was enhanced at the University of London, and as a composer, at the Chicago Conservatory. He was ordained in the Archdiocese of Chicago in 1956. Fr. Jabusch served as priest at Old St. James parish, a predominantly African-American parish in Chicago, and has taught at several institutions including the Chicago-area schools Archbishop Quigley Preparatory Seminary (disbanded in 2007) and Mundelein Seminary, as well as Notre Dame University and the American College at the University of Louvain in Belgium. More recently he served as chaplain and director of Calvert House at the Un… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: The king of glory comes, the nation rejoices
Title: Psalm 24
Author: Willard F. Jabusch
Notes: Responsive refrain to reading of Psalm 24
Copyright: © 1966 Willard F. Jabusch

Tune

PROMISED ONE

Jabusch wrote his text to correspond to PROMISED ONE, an Israeli folk tune. Probably of Hasidic origin, PROMISED ONE was associated with the folk song "Gilu Hagalilim," brought by Zionist settlers to Israel after World War I. The Fireside Book of Folk Songs (1947) contains the tune with a different…

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