|Composer:||Kenneth Nicholson Naylor|
|Incipit:||13243 23123 23545 5|
|Copyright:||© Oxford University Press|
Coe Fen is the name of the small fen on the outskirts of Cambridge, and is crossed by The Fen Causeway, one of the major routes into the city. Fronting onto The Fen Causeway and almost adjacent to Coe Fen is The Leys School, a prestigious independent school. Ken Naylor was music master and later Director of Music at Leys School from 1953-1980, and this will no doubt be the inspiration to his choice of name for this fine tune.
Oliver L. Shaw and The Enchiridion (accessed online)
|Instances (2)||First Line||Text Title||Refrain First Line||Authors||Composers||Meter||Scripture||Tune Title||Tune Key||Incipit||Languages||Publication Date|
|Church Hymnary (4th ed.) #128||How shall I sing that majesty||John Mason (1646-1694)||Kenneth Nicholson Naylor (1931-1991)||188.8.131.52 D||1 Corinthians 2:10-11; Daniel 7:9-10; Job 26:14; Matthew 18:10; Psalm 84:11; Psalm 104:1-3; Psalm 139:17; Revelation 5:11; Revelation 7:11-12||COE FEN||E Flat Major||2005|
|Hymns Old and New (Rev. and Enl.) #320a||How shall I sing that majesty||John Mason||Kenneth Naylor||COE FEN||2008|