Psalm 80

80A: A Responsorial Setting: Restore Us Again

Performance Notes:

  • For performance notes on this song, see page 1084 of Psalms for All Seasons: A Complete Psalter for Worship.

Other Resources:

  • Visit hymnary.org for more information on this song and additional resources.

Copyright Information:

  • Words and Music: David Lee © 1996 David Lee
  • Psalm Text: from Evangelical Lutheran Worship © 2006 Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, admin. Augsburg Fortress Publishers
  • Tone: © 2011 Faith Alive Christian Resources
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80B: O Hear Our Cry, O Lord

Performance Notes:

Tune Information:

Richard Dirksen composed VINEYARD HAVEN in 1974 for the text "Rejoice, Ye Pure in Heart" as a processional choral anthem for the installation of Presiding Bishop John Maury Allin at the Washington (D.C.) Cathedral, also known as the National Cathedral. The anthem includes various harmonizations for different stanzas and is scored for choir and organ with optional brass and timpani accompaniment. VINEYARD HAVEN was first published as a hymn tune in Ecumenical Praise (1977). Dirksen wrote that the quality of rejoicing was intended to foreshadow the raising of "such 'Hosannas' forever in [God's] presence and with the company of heaven in the life eternal." The tune is named after the town on the island of Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts, where the Very Reverend Francis B. Sayre, Jr., who was then Dean of Washington Cathedral, had his permanent home.

Other Resources:

  • Visit hymnary.org for more information on this song and additional resources.

Copyright Information:

  • Words: Fred R. Anderson (b. 1941), 1986, © 1986 Fred R. Anderson
  • Music (VINEYARD HAVEN 6.6.8.6 with refrain): Richard Dirksen, 1974, © 1974, 1987 Harold Flammer, a division of Shawnee Press; arr. © 2011 Harold Flammer, a division of Shawnee Press, Inc., reprinted by permission of Hal Leonard Corporation
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80C: O Shepherd, Hear and Lead Your Flock

Performance Notes:

  • For performance notes on this song, see page 1084 of Psalms for All Seasons: A Complete Psalter for Worship.

Other Resources:

  • Visit hymnary.org for more information on this song and additional resources.
  • The following are alternative accompaniments for this tune, ST. LOUIS

Alternative Harmonization for Organ and Descant Resources:

  • Noble, T. Tertius. Free Organ Accompaniments to One Hundred Well-Known Hymn Tunes. J. Fischer 8175 [1946]

Alternative Harmonization for Piano:

  • Hopson, Hal H. The Creative Use of the Piano in Worship. Hope 8392 [2008]

Copyright Information:

  • Words: Michael Morgan © 1999, 2011 Michael Morgan, admin. Faith Alive Christian Resources
  • Music (ST. LOUIS 8.6.8.6.7.6.8.6): Lewis H. Redner (1831-1908), P.D.
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