Peter R Hallock

Hail Universal Lord

$120.00

An extended anthem for SATB mixed voices, soprano solo, brass, percussion, and organ, composed for the dedication of the Flentrop organ on September 19, 1965.

Purchase includes PDF of full score, choral score, and all instrumental parts, and permission is granted to make sufficient number of copies of the choral scores for your church or institution.

Lyrics

Hail universal Lord, be bounteous still to give us only good;
And if the night hath gathered aught of evil or concealed
Disperse it as now the light dispels the dark.
There are thy glorious works, parent of good Almighty,
Thine this universal frame, thus wondrous fair:
Thyself how wondrous then!
Speak ye, who best can tell, ye sons of light,
Angels, for ye behold him, ye sons of light for, for ye behold him
And with songs and choral symphonies day without night.
Circle his throne rejoicing
On earth join all ye creatures to extol him first, him last, him midst and without end.
John Milton (1608-1674)

Score Information

HI-0032
Published: 2012
Completion Date: September 19, 1965; rev. 1986, 2012
© Peter R. Hallock Institute
Composer: Peter R. Hallock
Engraver: Jason A. Anderson
Lyricist: John Milton
Arranger/Editor: Jason Allen Anderson
Publisher: Manuscript (facsimile)
Manuscript Location: University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections and Jason Allen Anderson Personal Collection
Recording information: Hail Universal Lord, Track 1
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