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The Savior Will Come, Resplendent in Joy

Author: Michael Forster

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Text Information

First Line: The Savior will come, resplendent in joy
Title: The Savior Will Come, Resplendent in Joy
Author: Michael Forster
Meter: 10.10.11.11
Language: English
Copyright: © 1993 Kevin Mayhew Ltd.

Tune

LAUDATE DOMINUM (Parry)

LAUDATE DOMINUM (Latin words for the opening phrase of Psalm 150) comes from the end of the anthem "Hear My Words, O Ye People" by C. Hubert H. Parry (PHH 145), an anthem he composed in 1894 for a festival of the Salisbury Diocesan Choral Association. Parry's tune was set to Baker's text in the 1916…

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