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Song Name: Holy God, We Praise Thy Name (chromatic) By: Catholic hymn
Posted By: WaltP Difficulty: Any
Key: G Genre: Religious
Harp Type: Chromatic Audio:
Created: 2011-02-10 09:02:15 Modified: 0000-00-00 00:00:00
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Song: HOLY GOD, WE PRAISE THY NAME
Trans: Clarece Walworth
Catholic hymn
Key: G
Time: 3/4

3  3  3-2* 3   -3 -4 -3   3
Ho-ly God, we praise Thy Name;
 -4  -4 -4-3 3  -55 -4  -4   -3
Lord of all, we bow be-fore Thee!
 3  3   3-2*  3  -3 -4 -3  -3
All on earth Thy scep-ter claim,
-4  -4  -4 -3 3 -5 4 -4 -4   -3    
All in Heav’n a-bove a-dore Thee;
-3 -4 4 -4 -3   -4  4   -5
In-fi-nite Thy vast do-main,
6  6  -5 4 -4  4-4 -3   3
Ev-er-last-ing is Thy reign.

Hark! the loud celestial hymn
Angel choirs above are raising,
Cherubim and seraphim,
In unceasing chorus praising;
Fill the heavens with sweet accord:
Holy, holy, holy, Lord.

Lo! the apostolic train
Join the sacred Name to hallow;
Prophets swell the loud refrain,
And the white robed martyrs follow;
And from morn to set of sun,
Through the Church the song goes on.

Holy Father, Holy Son,
Holy Spirit, Three we name Thee;
While in essence only One,
Undivided God we claim Thee;
And adoring bend the knee,
While we own the mystery.


This is a beautiful classic Catholic hymn, 
used by the Church for a couple of centuries. 
The words are at¬trib¬ut¬ed to Ig¬naz Franz, 
in Ma¬ria The¬re¬sa’s Ka¬thol¬isch¬es Ge¬sang¬buch 
(Vi¬en¬na: cir¬ca 1774) trans¬lat¬ed from Ger¬man 
to Eng¬lish by Clar¬ence A. Wal¬worth, 1858.

It is still sung today in many conservative or traditional Catholic
circles, usually as a Benediction (adoration) hymn.

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