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AURORA. C. P. M.
1. Begin, my soul, th'ex-alt- ed lay; Let each en - raptured thought o-bey, And
con - cert rise,
praise th' Almighty name; Lo! heaven, and earth, and seas, and skies, In one melodious
97. C. P. M.
1. BEGIN, my soul, th' exalted lay;
And praise the Almighty name;
2. Thou heaven of heavens, His vast abode,
3. Ye deeps, with roaring billows, rise
Praise Him who bids you roll;
To swell th' in-spir-ing theme, To swell th' in-spiring theme.
SCHILLER. C. H. M.
1. Since o'er thy foot - stool here be - low Such ra-diant gems are strown,
99. C. H. M.
1. SINCE o'er Thy footstool here below
So brilliant here these drops of light-
With glittering diamonds fraught-
3. The dazzling sun at noonday hour-
God, about thy throne! So brilliant here these drops of light-There the full o-cean
rolls, how bright! So brilliant here these drops of light-There the full ocean rolls, how bright!
ORIEL. C. M.
the Lord, im-mor-tal choir That fill the realms a-bove; Sing, for he formed you
of his fire, And feeds you with his love. 2. Thou restless globe of golden light, Whose
100. C. M.
1. PRAISE ye the Lord, immortal choir
beams cre-ate our days, Join with the sil - ver queen of night, To own your borrowed rays.
2. Thou restless globe of golden light, Whose beams create our days, Join with the silver queen of night,
To own your borrowed rays.
3. Thunder, and hail, and fires, and storms,
4. Winds, ye shall bear His name aloud
5. Shout to the Lord, ye surging seas,
6. Thus, while the meaner creatures sing,
Through all the nations round. WATTS
2. He bows the heavens; the mountains stand
A highway for our God;
He walks amidst the desert-land;