Description: Lyrics:Darwall's 148thYe holy angels brightWho wait at God's right handOr through the realms of lightFly at your Lord's commandAssist our songFor else the themeToo high doth seemFor mortal tongueYe blessed souls at restWho ran this earthly raceAnd now, from sin releasedBehold the Savior's faceGod's praisees soundAs in Hig lightWith sweet delightYe do aboundYe saints who toil belowAdore your heavenly KingAnd onward as ye goSome joyful anthem singTake what He givesAnd praise Him stillThrough good and illWho ever livesMy soul, bear thou thy partTriumph in God aboveAnd with a willtuned heartSing thou the songs of loveLet all ty daysTill life shall endWhate'er He sendBe filled with praise
Ye Holy Angels Bright All Saints Day November 1st Catholic Feast Day Hymn - Download MP3 music or MP4 video:
#625 from the Hymnal 1982. Closing Hymn on the Seventh Sunday after Pentecost, July 15, 2012, at St. Bartholomew's, an Episcopal church in New York City. Words: Richard Baxter (1615-1691), revised by John Hampden Gurney (1802-1862) Tune: 'Darwall's 148th', melody and bass: John Darwall (1731-1789); harmony by William Henry Monk (1823-1889), altered; descant by Sydney Hugo Nicholson (1875-1947)
St. Paul's Cathedral, Buffalo, NY Choirs of Girls and Men Solemn Choral Evensong November 7, 2010 The Very Rev. N. DeLiza Spangler Cathedral Dean & Officiant Jonathan Scarozza Director Abigail Rockwood Organist
Announced on a most proper Trompette-en- Chamade, the stately hymn DARWALL as played on the 1963 Aeolian-Skinner Opus 1410 rebuilt and expanded by Randall Dyer in 2010 at First United Methodist Church Orlando, Florida.
Here's my next video on the organ in All Saints Church the hymn Ye holy angels bright to the tune "Darwell's 148th with fanfare intro and last verse. Hope you enjoy it and thanks for watching! Cheers Rob
Watch the whole ceremony from beginning to end in this series. The Introduction by the Bishop of Norwich, the hymn "Ye Holy Angels Bright", and the vows
Me at the beautiful 3 manual organ at Headingley Methodist Church in Leeds, West Yorkshire. The organ is said to be the finest Methodist instrument in Yorkshire! The organ was originally built by Gray & Davison. The exact date is not known but the church was built in 1845. In 1889 it...
Richard Shireby plays the 1877 Conacher tracker pipe organ in the workshop of Ireland-Shireby church organ builders (Lincolnshire, UK) as the organ nears the completion of it's restoration. This item was recorded off the workshop's internal CCTV system as an experiment & an alternative of using a camcorder.
#600 Hymnal 1940 another good English Hymn. Also known as Ye Holy Angels bright (1st. line).
Join our congregation as we sing this powerful hymn of worship to God. The hymn was sung by the congregation of First Presbyterian Church in Perkasie, Pennsylvania (USA; www.firstchurchopc.org) on March 11, 2012. Leading the congregation is Mr. Joseph Waggoner, Ruling Elder for First Church, and Rev. R. Scott MacLaren, pastor.
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