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Great God of hosts , our ears 272 Edward Osler . . . . St . Nathaniel . Arthur
Sullivan . have heard Great God , what do I see and 375 William Bengo Collyer ,
Luther ' s Hymn Joseph Klug . hear first verse Anon . . . Great King of nations ,
hear our ...
Tallis ' sOrdinal Thomas Tallis . light O God of hosts , the mighty Lord 443 Brady
and Tate ' s Psalter St . Nathaniel . Arthur Sullivan . O God of Jacob ! by whose
hand 444 Philip Doddridge and J . S adridge and I St . David Playford ' s Psalter .
J . B . Dykes . sea O Lord of Hosts , the earth is 264 Bishop Walsham How .
Command - Geneva Psalter . Thine ments O Lord of life and death , we come 261
John Ellerton . . . Windsor . . . George Kirbye . O Lord our God , in reverence 454
... angelic hosts adore Thee 787 William Denton . . . . Newton Ferns Samuel
Smith . Where high the heavenly temple 552 Michael Bruce . . . . Geneva Psalter .
stands - - First Line oF HYMN . No . AUTHOR. Commandments Where ' er have
F 4 Wake , and lift up thyself , my heart , F 4 Praise God from whom all
blessingsflow : And with the Angels bear thy part , Praise Him , all creatures here
below : Who all night long unwearied sing Praise Him above , ye heavenly host :
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Pg 235 of this book: The hymn melody found there is also used for "I've Found a Friend, O Such a Friend" in England. If you have the Psalms & Hymns book of Reformed Worship, Wakeman Trust Publisher, see hymn #195... his melody within the book "Church Hymns" here at google books (page 235 called "To Thee O Lord Our Hearts We Raise") is the same tune/melody for #195 in the Wakeman Trust Hymn book.
There is some difference in which tunes people use for the song "Ive Found a Friend" in the US, so this info doesn't apply to the US version.
OCLC Number: 9057646