Hymn tune slane sheet music

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Jan 29, 2012 · Like “Blessing the Marriage” (AOV 2/35) it is to a traditional tune, this time “Slane” (ie the tune for “Be Thou My Vision”). This priest mentions this song when talking about the need to have familiar tunes when people come together for a wedding who usually do not worship together and that is right up John Bell’s street.
 

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Lord of all Hopefulness (General, Sending out) This hymn is sung to a traditional Irish tune called Slane. 'Lord of all hopefulness' asks for God to be with us through the day from morning to evening and shows Christ almost as a member of our families, with us in all the things that we do. May 09, 2012 · Slane - Traditional Irish Melody used as Hymn Tune for "Be Thou My Vision" - on ukulele ... Be Thou My Vision 🎻Cello & Piano 🎼 Sheet music available! See comments. ... Be Thou My Vision ...
 

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VERSE 1: Be Thou my Vision, O Lord of my heart; Naught be all else to me, save that Thou art. Thou my best Thought, by day or by night, Waking or sleeping, Thy presence my light.

VERSE 1: Be Thou my Vision, O Lord of my heart; Naught be all else to me, save that Thou art. Thou my best Thought, by day or by night, Waking or sleeping, Thy presence my light. PEL6000 DESCANT SERIES - Descants by Paul Halley have been arranged for many hymns, primarily from the Episcopal and Anglican Hymnals, so although descants translate well into all denominations' worship services, please check to make sure that the matching of text (the title) and hymn tune is what you're looking for. This traditional hymn is sung to the Irish folk tune known as “Slane”. The tune derives its title from Slane Hill, which is about ten miles from Ta­ra in Coun­ty Meath. It was on Slane Hill around 433 AD that St. Pat­rick de­fied a roy­al edict by light­ing can­dles on East­er Eve.

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The folk tune was first published (without annotation or attribution) by Patrick Joyce in Old Irish Folk Music and Songs in 1909; the tune was adapted closely by Leopold Dix and renamed SLANE for the 1919 Irish Church Hymnal. The current form derives from David Evans' adaptation for the 1927 Church Hymnary. First known as 'With My Love on the Road'; technically, that is the melody's name. Slane is the name of the 1919 arrangement, I believe. See the article for Be Thou My Vision for more information unless we get it sorted out some more. Veramet 01:01, 25 July 2010 (UTC) Sheet Music Transcription of the original 'With My Love on the Road' PDF ...