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Both Sides Now

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This month's Free Tablature is
"Crown Him With Many Crowns"

Lyrics: Matthew Bridges (1852) & Godfrey Thring (1874)

TUNE: DIADIMATA - George Elvey (1868)



                

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In honor of of the upcoming Easter celebration, this month's free tab is an arrangement of the 19th century hymn "Crown Him With Many Crowns".   The lyrics that appear in most hymnals today are a combination of words by two different authors, both of whom were inspired by a verse in the Book of Revelation which includes a vision of God, where "On His head are many crowns".  The first printing was a 6-stanza hymn written in 1852 by Matthew Bridges, originally an Anglican cleric in the Church of England who later in life became a Roman  Catholic.  His hymn was originally titled "The Song of the Seraphs", and reflected the perspective of his newly found Catholic doctrine.  It did not become popular until it was paired with the hymn tune "Diadimata", composed by George Elvey in 1868, with Bridges' text in mind, and published under its current title.   In 1874, another Anglican hymn writer named Godfrey Thring was inspired to write six new verses for the hymn.   Over the years, those 12 stanzas have become intermingled in various hymnals, and today, most texts include 2 or 3 verses from each author.  It has become a popular Easter anthem primarily due to one of Thring's verse that starts out "Crown Him the Lord of Life, Who triumphed o'er the grave".

 Here is a link to a YouTube video of this song being performed by the Fountainview Academy Orchestra and Singers. 

This is a 2-part arrangement, melody and bass, so find a playing partner, and enjoy!

Wishing you all a Blessed Easter!

In music and friendship,

--Tull


 

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