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Voz de amor y de clemencia

Translator: Juan Bautista Cabrera Ivars

(no biographical information available about Juan Bautista Cabrera Ivars.) Go to person page >

Author: Jonathan Evans

Evans, Jonathan, born at Coventry in 1748 or 1749. He was the son of a working man, and as a youth was employed in a ribbon manufactory. About 1778 he joined the congregation at Coventry, over which the Rev. G. Burder was pastor. He began preaching at Foleshill, near Coventry, in 1782, and in 1795 he began his stated ministry there, retaining the same to his death on Aug. 31, 1809. Two biographical notices of him appeared in the Evangelical Magazine (Oct. 1809, and March 1847), and also several of his hymns. Two of his hymns appeared in Burder's Collection, 1784, and another in the 2nd edition the same year. His best known hymns are, "Come, Thou soul-transforming Spirit,” and "Hark! the voice of love and mercy;" q.v. He published no poeti… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Voz de amor y de clemencia
English Title: Hark! the voice of love and mercy
Translator: Juan Bautista Cabrera Ivars
Author: Jonathan Evans
Meter: 8.7.8.7.4.7
Language: Spanish
Copyright: Public Domain

Tune

SICILIAN MARINERS

SICILIAN MARINERS is traditionally used for the Roman Catholic Marian hymn "O Sanctissima." According to tradition, Sicilian seamen ended each day on their ships by singing this hymn in unison. The tune probably traveled from Italy to Germany to England, where The European Magazine and London Review…

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