|First Line:||When the morning stars together|
|Title:||When the Morning Stars Together|
|Author:||Albert F. Bayly (1966, alt.)|
|Scripture:||2 Chronicles 5:13-14; Job 38:7; Psalm 150:3-5; Ephesians 5:19-20; Colossians 3:16-17|
|Topic:||Dedication and Stewardship; Music and the Arts; Praise|
|Copyright:||© 1966 Oxford University Press|
|Source:||German melody; Harm. Tochter Sion, 1741|
Opening with imagery from Job 38:7, this text celebrates the role of music in worship from earliest times to the present. It is set to a German tune that may have originated as a folk melody. The tune name, German for “white ﬂags,” comes from one of the early texts set to it.