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You Give, Lord, the Sign to Your Servant

You give, Lord, the sign to your servant To go in your peace

Author: Gregory Murray
Tune: [You give, Lord, the sign to your servant]
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Gregory Murray

Dom Gregory Murray OSB, organist and composer, died at Downside Abbey on January 19th 1992 aged 86. he was born in Fulham, London on February 27, 1905 DOM Gregory Murray enhanced the music of the Roman Catholic Church, and latterly that of other denominations, almost by stealth. His music is sung every Sunday in thousands of churches throughout the English-speaking world: a case of everybody knowing the tune but few knowing the name of the composer. His influence through such simple music as A People's Mass (with sales of over two million copies), his psalm tones, organ music and hymn tunes reached far, although he had more or less withdrawn from public life half a century ago. Anthony Gregory Murray was educated at Westminster Cat… Go to person page >

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First Line: You give, Lord, the sign to your servant To go in your peace
Title: You Give, Lord, the Sign to Your Servant
Author: Gregory Murray
Language: English
Copyright: © 1999 Kevin Mayhew Ltd.

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Complete Anglican Hymns Old and New #764

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