Alleluia Sing To Jesus To The Manger

Alleluia Sing To Jesus To The Manger Praises Bring (Calon Lân, Organ, 5 Verses)

Alleluia Sing To Jesus To The Manger Praises Bring : Lyrics

Alleluia, sing to Jesus!
To the manger praises bring;
Alleluia, lift your voices,
Praises to the infant King!
Alleluia, sing your praises,
Sing them loud to Christ the King!
Alleluia, sing your praises,
To his feet your tribute bring!

Alleluia, sing to Jesus!
Songs of praises to the boy;
Alleluia, lift your voices,
Songs of love and songs of joy!
Alleluia . . .

Alleluia, sing to Jesus!
Join the others at his Birth;
Alleluia, lift your voices,
Son of God come down to Earth!
Alleluia . . .

Alleluia, sing to Jesus!
Ox and ass have gathered round;
Alleluia, lift your voices,
Standing now on hallowed ground!
Alleluia . . .

Alleluia, sing to Jesus!
Joining with the heav’nly host;
Alleluia, lift your voices,
Praise Father, Son and Holy Ghost!
Alleluia . . .

Alleluia Sing To Jesus To The Manger Praises Bring : Recording

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Notes

Alleluia Sing To Jesus To The Manger Praises Bring by Colin Gordon-Farleigh should not be confused with Alleluia Sing To Jesus by William Chatterton Dix (1837 – 1898).

Lectionary and Other Uses

Landore John Hughes (1872-1914)

Landore John Hughes, who composed Calon Lân, the tune used for this carol, was a Welsh composer and organist born in Penybryn, Pembrokeshire. Hughes professional career was with Dyffryn Steel Works in Morriston. He started as an office boy and was eventually promoted to marketing manager, a job that required international travel, and led to him learning six other languages in addition to his native Welsh.

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