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Now Lord, Let Thy Servant Go - Johan Sebastiaan Riphagen - Xrysostomos (CD)

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  1. 1 Lord, now let your servant go his way in peace your great love has brought me joy that will not cease: 2 For my eyes have seen him promised from of old saviour of all people, shepherd of one fold: 3 Light of revelation to the gentiles shown, light of Israel's glory to the world made known.

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  2. William Byrd's six-voice anthem O Lord, make thy servant Elizabeth was most likely composed either as part of an effort to secure an appointment with the Royal chapel in London (partly the result of certain tensions that had grown between him and the powers-that-be in Lincoln, where he resided and worked until ) or during the years shortly following his successful attainment .

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  3. "Lord, Let Your Servant Go in Peace" was written on the first week anniversary of the death of Carolyn's mother-in-law, Louise Gillette. Louise was a loving wife, mother, mother-in-law, grandmother and an enthusiastic supporter of Carolyn's hymn writing from the very beginning. This hymn was first sung at her funeral at the request of Louise's.

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  4. Enriching Our Music 1 & 2 > # Now, Lord, you let your servant go in peace. ADD TO CART. Click Play to hear a sample of this song: Melody Prev Next. Now, Lord, you let your servant go in peace. Now, Lord, you let your servant go in peace; your word has been fulfilled. My own eyes have seen the salvation;.

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  5. James E. Seddon - (67 Years) Available on askemolaluacassoadongvimembgreasam.co: Songs/Hymns written:

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  6. 1. Lord, now lettest Thou Thy servant depart in peace Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy (–), MWV B 60 ì ì let Thy now ant ì ì de ì ì serv Thou Lord, p Soprano test Lord, p Thou Lord, p now test ì let ì de Thy test ì de ì Thou part, Alto Tenore Basso NUNC DIMITTIS. Andante. 8 let ì test ì in ì Lord, p part Thy now let ì.

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  7. mar - The Presentation of the Lord "Lord, now let thy servant depart in peace.".

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  8. 1 Lord let thy servant now depart Into thy promis'd rest; Since my expecting eyes have been With thy salvation bless'd; 2 Which till this time thy favour'd saints And prophets only knew, Long since prepar'd, but now set forth in all the peoples view. 3 A light, to shew the heathen world.

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