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O Sacred Head Now Wounded - Various - The RUF Hymnbook

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  1. Shakashura says:
    We've used "O SACRED HEAD" a lot during Lent. As many will know, the tune has an interesting history (seems to have been a waltz originally) but this seems like an example of what Dr. Mahrt and Dr. Skeris have talked about how what is originally a secular tune can be "elevated" over the centuries once it loses those associations.
  2. Fenrizshura says:
    Apr 25,  · "O Sacred Head, Now Wounded" is a Christian Passion hymn based on a Latin text written during the Middle Ages.
  3. Dajas says:
    O Sacred Head, Now Wounded For SATB Choir, Organ (or Synth) and Harp (or Piano) by Kenneth L. Morrison, ASCAP Ken Morrison, a faith-based songwriter with publications by Word Music and Hope Publishing Co. He currently writes and arranges traditional and contemporary worship music for Princeton United Methodist Church in Princeton, NJ and other.
  4. Gazshura says:
    Original Trinity Hymnal, # O sacred Head, now wounded, With grief and shame weighed down; Now scornfully surrounded With thorns, thine only crown; O sacred Head, what glory, What bliss till now was thine! Yet, though despised and gory, I joy to call thee mine. What thou, my Lord, hast suffered Was all for sinners' gain: Mine, mine was the.
  5. Fenrikazahn says:
    Jun 19,  · The true origins of “O sacred head, now wounded” are still debated. Some sources suggest the 11th century, while others attribute the text to Arnulf of Louvain () in the 13th century. Still others believe that the source is later still because the poem first appeared in an anonymous Latin manuscript from the 14th century.
  6. Mikacage says:
    O Sacred Head, Now Wounded Words by Bernard of Clairvaux Trans. by Jaems Alexander Music by Hans Leo Hassler Adapt. by Hans Hassler 5. Forbid that I should leave Thee O Jesus leave not me! By faith I would receive Thee Thy blood can make me free When strength and comfort languish And I must hence depart Release me then from anguish By Thine own wounded heart 6.
  7. Mele says:
    Authoritative information about the hymn text O sacred head now wounded, with lyrics, PDF files, printable scores, MIDI files, audio recordings, piano resources, and products for worship planners.
  8. Shaktidal says:
    O Sacred Head Now Wounded by Anonymous; trans. by Paul Gerhardt and James W. Alexander (Hymn #, United Methodist Hymnal) from disco.meztishakarlandanayaforcehammer.infoinfo, with lyrics, texts, MIDI files, piano scores, ppt slides, videos, and more.
  9. Dogal says:
    O sacred Head, once wounded, (Passion Chorale) - Quality music for congregational singing, prepared by church musicians. Large range of public domain old traditional hymns and modern songs. Variety of musical styles. All music free. Includes words and scores for public domain hymns.
  10. Shale says:
    Head, Lord, shall Dm now hast I C wound suf bor F G ed, fered row C with was to E/G# grief all thank Am and for thee, shame sin dear Esus weighed ners' est E7 -- down, gain; friend, 4 2. 3. 1. Am now mine, for Am scorn mine this F ful was thy C/E -ly the dy Dm - sur trans ing C -round gres sor F --G ed sion, row, C with but thy E/G#.

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