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Check out the recently-added 1982 Hymnal of the Episcopal Church which contains over a thousand hymns on forty-one different topics.
Bravo to jpr5 for getting the 1982 Hymnal online. This has been a dream of mine for more than a decade. Blessings on your work! Peter Irvine
The link didn't work for me. Just letting you know.
I need to hear the tune of hymn 430 1982 episcopal hymn book
Go to this page and scroll down to the Media section, where you will find
Adobe Acrobat image: Full Score
Compressed XML score: Full Score
MIDI file: MIDI
MIDI file: MIDI Preview(Faith Alive Christian Resources)
Sibelius score: Full Score (view in Scorch)
XML score: Full Score
Now, these are listed under a hymn in the Psalter Hymnal that uses the same tune; so I suppose the arrangement may not be quite the same as the Episcopal instance. But if you just want to hear in a general way what that tune (SONNE DER GERECHTIGKEIT) sounds like, those MIDIs should suffice.
this YouTube organ rendition of it according to the Lutheran Hymnal (*which* Lutheran Hymnal deponent avereth not).
Now, what I can't figure out is why when I search for "Sonne der Gerechtigkeit" at YouTube, and then select the above-linked video entitled "At The Lamb's High Feast - Sonne Der Gerechtigkeit Hymn Tune ", a large percentage of the suggestions in the right sidebar are not this tune at all, but various mason-bashing messages ("Freemasons the most evil cult in the world*banned on TV*", "Barak Obama's a free mason ", etc.)...