Ye boundless realms of joy
Ye boundless realms of joy. Nicholas Brady* (1659-1726) and Nahum Tate* (1652-1715).
This was Tate and Brady’s version of Psalm 148 in A New Version of the Psalms of David (1696) (see ‘New Version’*). It was in the same metre of 126.96.36.199.4, and sung to the same tune, as the paraphrase by John Pullain* in the Old Version* of 1562. Tate and Brady’s text had eight stanzas, with the verses of the psalm, from 1 to 14, marked in each stanza:
1,2 Ye boundless realms of joy, Exalt your Maker’s fame, And praise your song employ Above the starry frame: Your voices raise, Ye cherubim And seraphim,...
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