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LEYDEN (Spohr)

Composer: Louis Spohr, Mus. D. (1784-1859)

Also: Spohr, Ludwig, 1784-1859 Shpor, Lui, 1784-1859 Spohr, L. (Louis), 1784-1859 Shpor, Ludvig, 1784-1859 Spohr, Ludewig, 1784-1859 Go to person page >

Arranger: Samuel Sebastian Wesley, Mus. D. (1810-1876)

Son of composer Samuel Wesley, and grandson of Methodist hymnwriter Charles Wesley. Go to person page >

Tune Information

Composer: Louis Spohr, Mus. D. (1784-1859)
Arranger: Samuel Sebastian Wesley, Mus. D. (1810-1876)
Meter: 7.7.7.7.7.7.7.7
Incipit: 33234 25U1D 76655 43
Key: E♭ Major

Texts

What are these in bright array

What are these in bright array,
This innumerable throng,
Round the altar night and day,
Hymning one triumphant song:
"Worthy is the Lamb once slain,
Blessing, honour, glory, power,
Wisdom, riches, to obtain,
New dominion every hour."

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Who are these arrayed in white

Media

The Cyber Hymnal #7417
Text: Who Are These Arrayed in White?
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