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يا له مرأى مجيدا

Representative Text

1 يا له مرأى مجيداً
جلَّ عن وصفٍ ومِثلِ
حينما الرب تراءى
في ذُرى طُور التجلّي
ببهاءٍ وجلالٍ
لرجالٍ أهلِ فضلِ
نُخبةٍ من أنبياءٍ
صفوةٍ من خيرِ رُسْلِ

2 فرأوا وجهاً مضيئاً
كشعاع الشمس يسطعْ
وثياباً مثلَ نورٍ
في سماء المجد تلمعْ
ثم وافاهم نداءٌ
من خلال السحبِ يصدعْ
قائلاً هذا هو ابني
فلهُ الكل ليسمعْ

3 آهِ ما أبهى اجتماعاً
معكَ يا رب الجلالِ
حيثُ إيليا وموسى
أقبلا في الأعالي
حيثُ صوتُ الحب وافى
لذُرى تلك الجبالِ
ليتنا كنا رأينا
مجد هاتيكَ المَجالي

4 آه ما أحلى لقاءٍ
معك في العرش الممجدْ
حينما تأتي إلينا
وإلى عَلياك نصعدْ
نلبس الإكليل نحيا
معك في المجد المؤبدْ
حيث نبقى الدهر نُهدي
لاسمك الحمد المُجَدّدْ


Source: نظم المرامير #346

Text Information

First Line: يا له مرأى مجيدا
Language: Arabic
Publication Date: 1913
Copyright: This text in in the public domain in the United States because it was published before 1923.

Tune

MORRISTOWN

Has similarity to the tune: Schmücke dich

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SCHMÜCKE DICH

Johann Crüger (PHH 42) composed SCHMÜCKE DICH for Franck's text and first published the tune as a setting for Franck's first stanza in Geistliche Kirchen-Melodien. The tune name is the incipit of the original German text. Johann S. Bach (PHH 7) used this tune in his Cantata 180; he and many other…

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نظم المرامير #346

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