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All Glory, Laud and Honor

Words: Theodulph of Orleans, circa 820; the Latin title was "Gloria, laus, et honor." Translated into English by John Mason Neale, 1851.

Music:       "St. Theodulph," Melchior Teschner, 1615
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  1. All glory, laud and honor, 
        to Thee, Redeemer, King,
     To Whom the lips of children 
        made sweet hosannas ring. 
     Thou art the King of Israel, 
        Thou David's royal Son,
     Who in the Lord's Name comest, 
        the King and Blessed One.

  2. The company of angels 
        are praising Thee on High,
     And we with all creation 
        in chorus make reply. 
     The people of the Hebrews 
        with psalms before Thee went;
     Our prayer and praise and anthems 
        before Thee we present.

  3. To Thee, before Thy passion, 
        they sang their hymns of praise;
     To Thee, now high exalted, 
        our melody we raise. 
     Thou didst accept their praises; 
        accept the prayers we bring,
     Who in all good delightest, 
        Thou good and gracious King.

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