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To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost

Representative Text

To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost,
the God whom earth and heaven adore,
be glory, as it was of old,
is now, and shall be evermore.

Source: Hymns of Glory, Songs of Praise #109c

Text Information

First Line: To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, The God whom heaven and earth adore
Title: To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost
Meter: 8.8.8.8
Source: Tate and Brady, 1696
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain

Tune

PORTUGAL (51231)


TALLIS' CANON

TALLIS CANON is one of nine tunes Thomas Tallis (PHH 62) contributed to Matthew Parker's Psalter (around 1561). There it was used as a setting for Psalm 67. In the original tune the melody began in the tenor, followed by the soprano, and featured repeated phrases. Thomas Ravenscroft (PHH 59) publish…

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LEYDEN (Costellow)

According to the Hymn Tune Index, LEYDEN was first published as HYMN 3 in Thomas Costellow's Sunday’s Amusement, a selection of sacred music, as sung at Bedford Chapel (London: E. Riley, ca. 1801).

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Timeline

Instances

Instances (1 - 3 of 3)
Text

Church Hymnary (4th ed.) #109c

Text

Hymns of Glory, Songs of Praise #109c

Page Scan

The Irish Presbyterian Hymbook #D1

Include 34 pre-1979 instances
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