God That Madest Earth And Heaven (Ar Hyd Y Nos – 2 Verses) – Organ

God That Madest Earth And Heaven ~ Lyrics

God, who made the earth and heaven,
Darkness and light:
You the day for work have given,
For rest the night.
May your angel guards defend us,
Slumber sweet your mercy send us,
Holy dreams and hopes attend us,
All through the night.

Guard us waking, guard us sleeping,
And, when we die,
May we in your mighty keeping
All peaceful lie.
When the trumpet’s call shall wake us,
Then, O Lord, do not forsake us,
But to reign in glory take us
With you on high.

Meter: 84 84 88 84. Bishop Reginald Heber (1783 – 1826) and Archbishop Richard Whately (1787 – 1863). Public Domain

Ar Hyd Y Nos ~ Recording

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All My Hope On God Is Founded (Michael – 4 Verses) – Organ

All My Hope On God Is Founded ~ Lyrics

Suitable for:Lent. General Usage

All my hope on God is founded;
He doth still my trust renew,
Me through change and chance He guideth,
Only good and only true.
God unknown, He alone
Calls my heart to be His own.

Human pride and earthly glory,
Sword and crown betray His trust;
What with care and toil He buildeth,
Tower and temple fall to dust.
But God’s power, hour by hour,
Is my temple and my tower.

God’s great goodness aye endureth,
Deep His wisdom, passing thought:
Splendour, light and life attend him,
Beauty springeth out of naught.
Evermore, from His store,
Newborn worlds rise and adore.

Still from man to God eternal
Sacrifice of praise be done,
High above all praises praising
For the gift of Christ, His Son.
Christ doth call one and all:
Ye who follow shall not fall.

Lyrics: Joachim Neander (1650 – 1680) in German translated by Robert Bridges (1844 – 1930). Public Domain

Michael ~ Recording

  • Tune: Michael
  • Composer: Herbert Howells (1892 – 1983)
  • Meter: 87 87 33 7
  • Music © 1969 Novello and Co. Limited, used with permission
  • Performance ℗ 2019 Richard M.S. Irwin (b. 1955). ISRC 21900013

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Come, Ye Faithful, Raise The Anthem (Unser Herrscher) – Organ

Lyrics – 6 verses

Suggested uses: Ascension, Easter, General

Come, ye faithful, raise the anthem,
Cleave the skies with shouts of praise;
Sing to Him Who found the ransom,
Ancient of eternal days,
God of God, the Word Incarnate,
Whom the heaven of heaven obeys.

Ere He raised the lofty mountains,
Formed the seas, or built the sky,
Love eternal, free and boundless,
Moved the Lord of Life to die,
Foreordained the Prince of Princes
For the throne of Calvary.

There, for us and our redemption,
See Him all His life blood pour!
There He wins our full salvation,
Dies that we may die no more;
Then arising, lives forever,
Reigning where He was before.

High on yon celestial mountains
Stands His sapphire throne, all bright,
Midst unending alleluias
Bursting from the sons of light;
Sion’s people tell His praises,
Victor after hard won fight.

Bring your harps, and bring your incense,
Sweep the string and pour the lay;
Let the earth proclaim His wonders,
King of that celestial day;
He the Lamb once slain is worthy,
Who was dead and lives for ay.

Laud and honour to the Father,
Laud and honour to the Son,
Laud and honour to the Spirit,
Ever Three and ever One,
Consubstantial, co-eternal,
While unending ages run.

Lyrics by John Hupton (1762 – 1849) and John Mason Neale (1818 – 1866). Public Domain.

Recording

  • Tune: Neander (Unser Herrscher) composed by Joachim Neander (1640 – 1680). Public Domain.
  • Meter: 87 87 87
  • Performance ℗ 2020 Richard M.S. Irwin. All Rights ReservedISRC UKTU21900120

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