Upon thy great church universal

Author: J. M. De Carbon-Ferriere

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Translator: Margaret House

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First Line: Upon thy great church universal
Author: J. M. De Carbon-Ferriere
Translator: Margaret House

Tune

RENDEZ À DIEU

GENEVAN 98/118 is the one tune in the Psalter Hymnal used for two psalms. It was first published in the 1551 Genevan Psalter as a setting for Psalm 118; in the 1562 edition it was also set to Psalm 98 (hence both numbers in the tune name). The tune is also often named RENDEZ A DIEV, the French incip…

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WIE GROSS IST DES ALLMÄCHT'GEN GÜTE

DIE TUGEND WIRD is derived from the more ornamented version found in Johann Freylinghausen's (PHH 34) Geistreiches Gesangbuch (1704), where it was used as a setting for "Die Tugend wird am Kreus geubet." The tune is a rounded bar form (AABA) with harmony suited to part singing. Congregational singin…

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E. A. C. C. Hymnal #36

Hymnal for Juniors in Worship and Study #d102

The Worshipbook #611

Worship and Hymns for All Occasions #d225

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