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Please use the dropdown buttons to set your preferred options, or use the checkbox to accept the defaults. Sung by all voices in verse 1, shared in verse 2; the last verse starts surprisingly over a dominant pedal, and a descant enters halfway through. In Strophe 1 wird sie von allen Stimmen gesungen, die in Strophe 2 geteilt sind.
Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Don't show me this message again. William Penfro Rowlands Studio Master:. View whole album. See the Hymn Tune Index, hymntune. It was found in many Methodist hymnals in the 18th century, and gradually came into Anglican use in the 19th and 20th.
The present tune, Blaenwern , was composed in by William Rowlands — , a Welsh schoolteacher, and named after a farm near Tufton, Pembrokeshire, where his son had recovered from an illness. It was used with various texts. Voir Hymn Tune Index, hymntune. Elle servit avec divers textes. Siehe den Hymn Tune Index, hymntune. Im Jahrhundert war das Kirchenlied in vielen methodistischen Hymnaren enthalten, im Lauf des Jahrhunderts erklang es dann zunehmend auch in den anglikanischen Kirchen.
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Blaenwern is a Welsh Christian hymn tune composed by William Penfro Rowlands — , during the Welsh revival of — It was first published in Henry H. The metre of the tune is 8. D alternating lines of eight and seven syllables in F major or G major key, or occasionally A flat major. The tune is named after Blaenwern Farm near Tufton, Pembrokeshire , where Rowlands sent his son from Porth to stay with friends of the family to convalesce as it was thought the fresh air would assist his recovery: he named the tune in honour of them. It also became familiar to a wider audience through the Billy Graham crusades when it was used as a setting to What a Friend We Have in Jesus. As a setting for Love Divine it is a popular choice at English weddings and was voted as one of Britain's ten favourite hymns in October
Love Divine (Blaenwern)
Love Divine, All Loves Excelling (BLAENWERN)