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The secret place of the most high

The Lord is in His Holy place, In all things near and far

Author: William Channing Gannett
Published in 18 hymnals

Author: William Channing Gannett

Gannett, William Channing, M.A., s. of Dr. Ezra Stiles Gannett, was b. at Boston, March 13, 1840, and educated at Harvard College, 1860, and the Divinity School, Cambridge. Entered the Unitarian Ministry in 1868, and after filling several pastorates he became Pastor of the Unitarian Church at Rochester, N.Y., 1889. Mr. Gannett's hymns, mainly written for special occasions, were included in great part in The Thought of God in Hymns and Poems, Boston, 1st Series 1885,2nd Series 1894, the combined production of F. L. Hosmer (q.v.) and himself. Of Mr. Gannett's hymns the following are in common use:— 1. Bring, 0 morn, thy music [God Everlasting.] Written in 1893, and printed in A Chorus of Faith, being an account and resume of the Parli… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: The Lord is in His Holy place, In all things near and far
Title: The secret place of the most high
Author: William Channing Gannett

Tune

DUNDEE (Ravenscroft)

DUNDEE first appeared in the 1615 edition of the Scottish Psalter published in Edinburgh by Andro Hart. Called a "French" tune (thus it also goes by the name of FRENCH), DUNDEE was one of that hymnal's twelve "common tunes"; that is, it was not associated with a specific psalm. In the Psalter Hymnal…

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ST. BERNARD (Tochter Sion)


Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 18 of 18)Text InfoTune InfoTextScoreFlexScoreAudioPage Scan
Hymnal Amore Dei #106Page Scan
Hymnal, Amore Dei #106Page Scan
Hymns of the Spirit for Use in the Free Churches of America #73
Isles of Shoals Hymn Book and Candle Light Service #135Page Scan
Jubilate Deo, a Book of Hymns and Tunes for Young and Old #d297
Services for Congregational Worship #111Page Scan
Singers and Songs of the Liberal Faith #543Page Scan
Song-Hymnal of Praise and Joy, a selection of spiritual songs, old and new #92Page Scan
Sunday School Service Book and Hymnal #116Page Scan
The Beacon Hymnal #d209
The Beacon Song and Service book #42
The New Church Hymnal #d403
The New Hymn and Tune Book #d423
The Pilgrim Hymnal #53Page Scan
The Treasury of American Sacred Song with Notes Explanatory and Biographical #302Page Scan
Unity Hymns and Chorals. Rev and enl. with Service Elements #d273
Unity Services and Songs #S22Page Scan
Universal Hymns Compiled for the North End Union #d156



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