Songs & Hymns

Praise God from Whom all Blessings Flow

(Prayer, General, Sending Out)
These words of praise are known as the 'doxology'. They are set to a well-known tune by sixteenth-century English composer Thomas Tallis. It can be sung in unison or as a round in up to eight parts. It could be sung as a grace before a meal as well as during an act of worship.

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Praise God from whom all blessings flow,
Praise God all creatures here below;
Praise God, the Trinity of love, 
Before, beneath, around, above.

This arrangement © The Royal School of Church Music, 19 The Close, Salisbury SP1 2EB. This song may be photocopied under the terms of the CCLE Music Reproduction Licence. CCLI Song No. 2730466. Please include all items copied in your annual report, quoting 'Worship Workshop'.

Music produced and mixed by Nic Rowley at Vandborg Studios. Backing tracks arranged, performed and recorded by Nic Rowley, Jane Carr, James Welch and Katie Chatburn.  Recording engineer James Welch at Masterlink Productions. Organist Gillian Lloyd. Recorded on the organ of Guildford United Reformed Church by kind permission of the Elders.

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