Sing Out Your Praises To Our King (Easter Song – 4 verses) – Organ

Lyrics – 4 verses

Suggested uses: Easter Sunday

Sing out your praises to our king
This happy Easter day!
Lift up your voice and join the throng
That praises God to-day!

We celebrate the risen Lord
With heart and voice and soul;
For He has overcome the grave
So we can be made whole.

His victory is our to share,
His prize is ours to claim!
Now we can spend eternity
Praising His hold name!

So now with joyful hearts
Sing loud and true and long.
Celebrate this glorious day,
With thankful praise and song.

Lyrics Copyright © 2006 Colin Gordon-Farleigh – used with permission.

Recording

  • Verses: 4
  • Tune: Easter Song  composed by Eudoxia Ypsilanti (b. 1980) copyright © 2011 Eudoxia Ypsilanti, copyright control Sheer Joy Music . Used with Permission
  • Meter: 86 D
  • Performance ℗ 2020 Richard M S Irwin. All rights reserved. ISRC: UKTU21900128

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Have You Heard The News Of Jesus (Have You Heard – 4 verses) – Organ

Lyrics – 4 verses

Suggested uses: Easter Sunday

Have you heard the news of Jesus,
How he came the lost to save;
Dying on the tree of vict’ry
Overcoming death and grave?

Now we celebrate that Vict’ry
On this glorious Easter Day!
Praising Christ, the blessed Saviour,
He’s the Truth, the life, the Way.

Praise Him now, in celebration
Of His vict’ry over sin;
He has overcome the darkness,
Letting light come flooding in.

Lift your voices now in worship
On this sacred Day of Days:
Glorify our blesséd Saviour,
Sing in everlasting praise!

Lyrics Copyright © 2007 Colin Gordon-Farleigh – used with permission.

Recording

  • Verses: 4
  • Tune: Have You Heard
  • Meter: 87 87
  • Composer: Andrew Millinchip
  • Music © 2007 Andrew Millinchip, copyright control Sheer Joy Music .
  • Performance ℗ 2020 Richard M S Irwin. All rights reserved.
  • ISRC: UKTU21900121

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Oft In Danger, Oft In Woe (University College) – Organ

Lyrics – 5 verses

Suitable for: Lent, Pilgrimage

Oft in danger, oft in woe,
Onward, Christians, onward go;
Bear the toil, maintain the strife,
Strengthened with the bread of life.

Onward, Christians, onward go,
Join the war, and face the foe;
Will ye flee in danger’s hour?
Know ye not your Captain’s power?

Let not sorrow dim your eye;
Soon shall every tear be dry:
Let not fears your course impede;
Great your strength, if great your need.

Let your drooping hearts be glad;
March in heavenly armour clad;
Fight, nor think the battle long:
Soon shall victory wake your song.

Onward then in battle move;
More than conquerors ye shall prove:
Though opposed by many a foe,
Christian soldiers, onward go.

Lyrics: Henry Kirke White (1785 – 1806) ,writing as Shapcott Wensley

Recording

  • Tune: University College, Composer: Henry John Gauntlett (1805 – 1876). Public Domain.
  • Meter: 77 77
  • Performance ℗ 2020 Richard M S Irwin, All rights reserved. ISRC UKTU21900113

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The Blessed Redeemer Has Found Me (He Saves Me – 3 verses) – Organ

Lyrics – 5 verses

Suitable for: General Use

The blessed Redeemer has found me,
And shattered the fetters that bound me;
Though all was confusion around me,
He came and spoke peace to my soul.
In tenderest love He hath bought me,
With patience He constantly sought me,
The way of salvation He taught me,
And made my heart perfectly whole.
He saves me, He saves me,
His love fills my soul, hallelujah!
I’ll praise Him, I’ll praise Him,
His Spirit abideth within.
He saves me, He saves me,
His love fills my soul, hallelujah!
I’ll praise Him, I’ll praise Him,
His blood cleanseth me from all sin.

I yielded my all to pursue Him,
And asked to be filled with his grace,
Although a vile sinner before Him,
Thro’ faith I was led to implore Him,
And now I rejoice and adore Him,
Restored to His loving embrace.
He saves me, He saves me, . . .

I never, no never, will leave Him,
Grow weary of service and grieve Him,
I’ll constantly trust and believe Him,
Secure in His presence Divine.
Abiding love is ever flowing,
In knowledge and grace ever growing,
Confiding implicity, knowing
That Jesus the Saviour is mine.
He saves me, He saves me, . . .

Lyrics inspired by Ephesians 2.8 written by Judson W. Van De Venter (1855–1939). Public Domain

Recording

  • Tune: Ealing, Composer: Winfield Scott Weeden (1847–1908). Public Domain
  • Meter: 99 98 D and Refrain
  • Performance ℗ 2020 Richard M.S. Irwin (b. 1955). ISRC UKTU21900108

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God That Madest Earth And Heaven (Ar Hyd Y Nos, Organ)

Lyrics

Suitable for: Lent, Evensong, General Usage

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.

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

Recording

  • Tune: Ar Hyd Y Nos a traditional Welsh melody arranged by Luther Orlando Emerson (1820 – 1915). Public Domain.
  • Meter: 84 84 88 84
  • Performance ℗ 2020 Richard M.S. Irwin (b. 1955). ISRC UKTU21900096

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O Love, How Deep, How Broad, How High (Eisenach, Organ)

Lyrics – 6 verses

Suitable for: Lent, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Baptism of Christ

O love, how deep, how broad, how high!
How passing thought and fantasy,
That God, the Son of God, should take
Our mortal form for mortals’ sake!

He sent no angel to our race
Of higher power or lower place,
But wore the robe of human frame
Himself, and this lost world came.

For us baptized, for us he bore
His holy fast and hunger sore;
For us temptations sharp he knew,
For us the tempter overthrew.

For us to wicked men betrayed,
Scourged, mocked, in crown of thorns arrayed;
For us he bore the cross’s death,
For us at length gave up his breath.

For us he rose from death again,
For us he went on high to reign;
For us he sent his Spirit here
To guide, to strengthen, and to cheer.

All honor, laud, and glory be,
O Jesus, virgin-born, to thee;
whom with the Father we adore,
and Holy Ghost, forevermore.

Lyrics: Benjamin Webb (1819 – 1885) from Thomas à Kempis (c. 1379 – 1471), Public Domain

Recording

  • Tune: Eisenach
  • Composer: Unknown – Traditional French Melody
  • Meter: LM
  • Style: Baroque, Lutheran
  • Music Public Domain
  • Performance ℗ 2020 Richard M S Irwin. All rights reserved.

(ISRC: UKTU21900095 – UPC: 5060707370801 – DK UPC: 195068801390)

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Now, My Tongue, The Mystery Telling (Grafton, Organ)

Lyrics – 6 verses

Suitable for: Lent, Maundy Thursday, Communion, Eucharist

Now, my tongue, the mystery telling
Of the glorious body sing,
And the blood, all price excelling,
Which the Gentiles’ Lord and King,
In a Virgin’s womb once dwelling,
Shed for this world’s ransoming.

Given for us, and condescending
To be born for us below,
He, with us in converse blending,
Dwelt the seed of truth to sow,
‘Til he closed with wondrous ending
His most patient life of woe.

That last night, at supper lying,
‘Mid the Twelve, his chosen band,
Jesus, with the law complying,
Keeps the feast its rites demand;
Then, more precious food supplying,
Gives himself with his own hand.

Word-made-flesh, true bread he maketh
By his word his flesh to be,
Wine his blood; which whoso taketh
Must from carnal thoughts be free:
Faith alone, though sight forsaketh,
Shows true hearts the mystery.

Therefore we, before him bending,
This great sacrament revere:
Types and shadows have their ending,
For the newer rite is here;
Faith, our outward sense befriending,
Makes our inward vision clear.

Glory let us give and blessing
To the Father and the Son,
Honour, might, and praise addressing,
While eternal ages run;
Ever too his love confessing,
Who, from both, with both is One.

Lyricist: St. Thomas Aquinas (1227 – 1274), translator: Edward Caswall (1814 – 1878), Public Domain

Recording

  • Tune: Grafton (Tuntum Ergo)
  • Composer: Unknown – Traditional French Melody
  • Meter: 87 87 87
  • Style: Traditional French
  • Music Public Domain
  • Performance Copyright © 2020 Richard M S Irwin. All rights reserved.

ISRC: UKTU21900094 – UPC: 5060707370795 – DK UPC: 195068806999

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Lead Us, Heavenly Father, Lead Us (Mannheim) – Organ

Lyrics – 3 verses

Suitable for: Lent, Baptism of Christ, Remebrance Sunday, General Usage

Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us
O’er this world’s tempestuous sea
Guard us, guide us, keep us, feed us
For we have no help but thee;
Yet possessing every blessing
If our God our Father be

Saviour, breath forgiveness o’er us:
All our weaknesses thou dost know;
Though didst tread this earth before us,
Thou did feel its keenest woe;
Lone and dreary, faint and weary,
Through the desert thou didst go.

Spirit of our God, descending,
Fill our hearts with heavenly joy,
Love with every passion blending,
Pleasure that can never cloy:
Thus provided, pardoned, guided,
Ever can our peace destroy.

Lyrics: James Edmeston (1791 – 1867). Public Domain.

Recording

  • Tune: Mannheim
  • Composer: Friedrich Filitz (1804 – 1876)
  • Meter: 87 87 87
  • Performance Copyright © 2020 Richard M S Irwin. All rights reserved.

(ISRC: UKTU21900093 – UPC: 5060707370788 – DK UPC: 195068855799)

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Lord, Who Throughout These Forty Days (Saint Flavian – 5 verses) – Organ

Lyrics – 5 verses

Suitable for: Lent, Passiontide

Lord, who throughout these forty days,
For us did fast and pray,
Teach us with you to mourn our sins,
And close by you to stay.

As you with Satan did contend,
And did the vict’ry win,
O give us strength in you to fight,
In you to conquer sin.

As you did hunger bear and thirst,
So teach us, gracious Lord,
To die to self, and always live
By your most holy word.

And through these days of penitence,
And through your Passiontide,
Forevermore, in life and death,
O Lord, with us abide.

Abide with us that when this life
Of suffering is past,
An Easter of unending joy
We may attain at last!

Lyrics: Claudia Frances Hernaman (1838 – 1898). Public Domain.

Recording – Download

  • Tune: Saint Flavian
  • Composer: Unknown from John’s Day Psalter (1562)
  • Meter: 86 86
  • Music Public Domain.
  • Performance Copyright ℗ 2020 Richard M S Irwin All rights reserved.

(ISRC:  UKTU21900092, UPC: 5060707370771, DK UPC: 195068857984)

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We Hail Thy Presence Glorious (Offertorium, Organ)

Lyrics – 5 verses

Suitable for: Candlemas, Communion, Eucharist

We hail thy Presence glorious,
O Christ our great high Priest,
O’er sin and death victorious,
At thy thanksgiving feast:
As thou art interceding
For us in heaven above,
Thy Church on earth is pleading
Thy perfect work of love.

Through thee in every nation
Thine own their hearts upraise,
Offering one pure Oblation,
One Sacrifice of praise:
With thee in blest communion
The living and the dead
Are joined in closest union,
One Body with one Head.

O living Bread from heaven,
Jesu, our Saviour good,
Who thine own self hast given
To be our souls’ true food;
For us thy body broken
Hung on the Cross of shame:
This Bread its hallowed token
We break in thy dear name.

O stream of love unending,
Poured from the one true Vine,
With our weak nature blending
The strength of life divine;
Our thankful faith confessing
In thy life-blood outpoured,
We drink this Cup of blessing
And praise thy name, O Lord.

May we thy word believing
Thee through thy gifts receive,
That, thou within us living,
We all to God may live;
Draw us from earth to heaven
Till sin and sorrow cease,
Forgiving and forgiven,
In love and joy and peace.

Lyrics: Richard Godrey Parsons (1882 – 1948). Public Domain.

Recording

  • Tune: Offertorium
  • Composer: Johann Michael Haydn (1737 – 1806)
  • Meter: 76 76 D
  • Style: Classical
  • Performance ℗ 2020 Richard M S Irwin. All rights reserved.

(ISRC: UKTU21900090 – UPC: 5060707370757 – DK UPC: 195037054345)

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