LYNGHAMComposer: Thomas Jarman (c. 1803)
Published in 32 hymnals
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|Composer:||Thomas Jarman (c. 1803)|
|Incipit:||13456 54343 1271|
O for a thousand tongues to sing
my great Redeemer's praise,
the glories of my God and King,
the triumphs of his grace!
LYNGHAM is a fuguing tune by Thomas Jarman (b. Clipston, Northamptonshire, England, 1776; d. Clipston, 1862), published in his Sacred Music (around 1803). Jarman was a tailor by vocation, but he much preferred his musical avocation. He composed many hymn tunes, which were published in seventeen collections, including The Northamptonshire Harmony (1826), as well as in The Wesleyan Methodist periodical. Jarman was a popular choral director at the Clipston Baptist Chapel and at music festivals in neighboring villages.
Typical of fuguing tunes, LYNGHAM begins chordally and then moves to imitative lines that require part singing as well as repetition of some of the textual phrases. The tune has also been effectively set to "Oh, for a Thousand Tongues to Sing" (501).
The tune works well for choral singing and for congregational singing in parts. The rhythmic vitality of the music needs brisk organ accompaniment, but keep the accompaniment light as well as vigorous!
--Psalter Hymnal Handbook, 1987
|Instances (1 - 17 of 17)||Tune name||First Line||Composer||Meter||Incipit||Key||Source|
|An American Christmas Harp #60||LINGHAM||But let us join the cheerful song||C.M.|
|An Nou Chanté! : Let's Sing! #1||[O for a thousand tongues to sing (Mouin vlé mil lang pou chanté byin)]||O for a thousand tongues to sing (Mouin vlé mil lang pou chanté byin)||G Major or modal|
|Ancient and Modern: hymns and songs for refreshing worship #742b||LYNGHAM||O for a thousand tongues to sing||Thomas Jarman (1782-1862)||CM extended||F Major|
|Church Hymnary (4th ed.) #352b||DESERT (LYNGHAM)||O for a thousand tongues to sing||Thomas Jarman (1782-1862)||CM extended||F Major or modal|
|Community of Christ Sings #92||LYNGHAM||O for a thousand tongues to sing|
|Hymns and Psalms: a Methodist and ecumenical hymn book #120b||LYNGHAM||While shepherds watched their flocks||T. Jarman|
|Hymns for Today's Church (2nd ed.) #219b||LYNGHAM||O for a thousand tongues to sing||T. Jarman (1782-1862)||8 6 8 6 (CM)||G Major or modal|
|Hymns Old and New (Rev. and Enl.) #541b||LYNGHAM||O for a thousand tongues to sing||Thomas Jarman|
|Protestant Madagascar Hymnal, 2001 #24||LYNGHAM||Ny lanitra ao ambony ao||T. Jarman|
|Psalter Hymnal (Gray) #404||LYNGHAM||Sing, choirs of new Jerusalem||Thomas Jarman||CM with repeats||F Major|
|Rejoice Hymns #18||LYNGHAM||O for a thousand tongues to sing||Thomas Jarman, 1776-1861||18.104.22.168.6.6.6.||G Major or modal|
|Sing and Rejoice!: new hymns for congregations #81||LYNGHAM||O for a thousand tongues to sing||Thomas Jarman||G Major or modal|
|Singing the Faith #364b||LYNGHAM (DESERT)||O for a thousand tongues to sing||Thomas Jarman, 1782-1862||G Major or modal|
|Small Church Music #102||LYNGHAM||O for a thousand tongues to sing||Thomas Jarman||22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199|
|The Christian Life Hymnal #50||LYNGHAM||O for a thousand tongues to sing my great Redeemer's praise|
|Together in Song: Australian hymn book II #210||LYNGHAM||O for a thousand tongues to sing||Thomas Jarman, 1776-1861||86.86 extended||G Major or modal|
|Trinity Hymnal (Rev. ed.) #271||LYNGHAM||Sing choirs of new Jerusalem||Thomas Jarman||C.M.rep.||F Major|