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W. A. Muhlenberg, 1823
Shout the glad tidings, ex- ultingly sing,....... Je ru sa - lem triumphs, Mes
Shout the Glad Tidings
I. Sion, the is King! 2. Tell how He 3. Mortals, your mf
birth! The bright- est arch - an - gel in round: How free to the faith-ful He rise: a Ye angels, the full Al- le
C. Avison, d. 1770
From the German
si - ah is King, Mes - si - ah is King, Mes - si - ah
2. Si lent night!
3. Si lent night!
Silent Night! Holy Night
Sleep in heav en - ly peace,
Round yon Vir - gin mother and Child! Ho
Thou didst smile when Thou
All is calm, all is
is King. A MEN.
Infant so ten der and mild,
jah! hail..... the King!
Sleep in heaven - ly
3 Say, ye holy shepherds, say, What your joyfu ws to-day? Wherefore have ye left your sheep On the lonely mountain steep?
"As we watched at dead of night,
Born for us
Sir John Goss, 1300-1880
Promised from e - ter Sits a mid the Cher
Sing through all Je - ru - sa lem, Christ is born in Bethlehem. A-MEN.
nal years. bim.
Re-demp-tion's happy dawn!
5 Sacred Infant, all Divine,
6 Teach, O teach us, Holy Child,
While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks by Night
Nahum Tate, 1702
2. "To you, in
1. While shep-herds watched their flocks by night, All seat
3. Thus spake the
ry shone round. shall be the sign:their joy ful song:
Harold Lewars, 1914
Had seized their troubled mind,-
on the ground,
Da vid's line shining throng