O Lord most High, eternal King
O Lord most high, eternal King. Latin, 9th century or earlier, translated by John Mason Neale* (1818-1866), altered by the Compilers of A&M .
This is a version of Neale’s translation of ‘Aeterne Rex altissime’*, the anonymous Latin hymn for Ascensiontide, much altered by the Compilers. It was printed in the First Edition of A&M in six stanzas:
Neale A&M (1861)
Eternal Monarch, King most high, O Lord most high, eternal King,Whose Blood hath brought redemption nigh, By Thee redeemed Thy praise we...
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