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[May the angels lead you into paradise] (Hughes)

[May the angels lead you into paradise] (Hughes)

Composer: Howard Hughes
Published in 7 hymnals


Composer: Howard Hughes

In his letter of invitation to Brother Howard Hughes, the President of NPM, J. Michael McMahon, declared, “Board Members agreed unanimously that you have created compositions for the liturgy that are beautiful, delightful, and spirited, and that have fostered strong participation by the worshiping assembly as they pray the texts you have set to music.” The Marianist composer’s first published work was “Mass for Peace” which appeared in Peoples Mass Book, 1964 edition, released by World Library Publications. As liturgical celebration developed in the English vernacular following the Second Vatican Council, Brother Howard produced a wide range of liturgical compositions published by WLP, GIA, ICEL, OCP, LTP, CFCW, FDLC, USCC… Go to person page >

Tune Information

Title: [May the angels lead you into paradise] (Hughes)
Composer: Howard Hughes
Incipit: 55712 32121 2
Key: A Major
Source: Music for Rite of Funerals and Rite of Baptism for Children
Copyright: © 1977, ICEL

Instances

Instances (1 - 7 of 7)

Gather (3rd ed.) #980

Gather Comprehensive #858

Gather Comprehensive, Second Edition #861

Oramos Cantando = We Pray In Song #149

RitualSong (2nd ed.) #1078

RitualSong #938

Worship (4th ed.) #991

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