Sing with all the saints in glory
Sing with all the saints in glory. William Josiah Irons* (1812-1883).
With the first line as ‘Sing with all the sons of glory’, this sustained exercised in magnificence was published in Irons’s Psalms and Hymns for the Church (1875), the enlarged edition of Hymns for the Church (1873). According to Young it has been used by American Methodists since 1878 (Young, 1993, p. 599); and it was included in Laudes Domini, edited by Charles S. Robinson (New York, 1884), and also in the Hymnal (1892) of the Protestant Episcopal Church. Hymnary.org. demonstrates that in recent times in the USA it has been used by Lutherans and Roman Catholics alike. It is found in With One Voice (Minneapolis, 1995)...
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