Woodbury (From Heaven’s bounty, Jesus blest)

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Full details

Composed in Long Metre, this hymn-tune may be sung to a range of suitable texts. It was composed for the hymn ’From Heaven’s bounty, Jesus blest / Brings grace to all at table met’ by Timothy C. Hunt. For more information about this text, please email me. The music also fits well the hymn for healing ’O Christ, the Healer, we have come / To pray for health, to plead for Friends’, by Fred Pratt Green (no. 346 in Common Worship).


Score ID
56300
Year of composition
2005
Lyricist
Timothy C. Hunt
Difficulty
Easy (Grades 1-3)
Duration
1 minute
Instrumentation
Choir + keyboard
Genre
Modern classical music
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