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Chandos Anthem no. 9: O praise the Lord...

Language: English

Chorus
 O praise the Lord with one consent
 and magnify his name!
 Let all the servants of the Lord,
 his worthy praise proclaim!

Alto
 Praise him, all ye that in his house
 attend with constant care,
 with those that to his utmost courts
 with humble zeal repair.

Tenor
 For this our truest int'rest is
 glad hymns of praise to sing,
 and with loud songs to bless his name,
 a most delightful thing.

Bass
 That God is great we often have
 by glad experience found;
 and seen how he with wondrous power
 above all Gods is crowned.

Chorus
 With cheerful notes let all the earth
 to heaven their voices raise!
 Let all, inspired with godly mirth,
 sing solemn hymns with praise.

Soprano
 God's tender mercy knows no bounds,
 his truth shall ne'er decay.
 Then let the willings nations round
 their grateful tribute pay.

Chorus
 Ye boundless realms of joy
 exalt your Maker's fame;
 his praise your song employ
 above the starry frame.

Chorus
 Your voices raise,
 ye Cherubim and Seraphim,
 to sing his praise!
 Alleluja.


This text comes from Psalms 117, 135, and 148 in the Tate and Brady version.

Submitted by Guy Laffaille [Guest Editor]

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Text added to the website: 2004-04-10.
Last modified: 2014-06-16 10:02:04
Line count: 40
Word count: 174

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