Twas in the year that King Uzziah died (Charles Wood)
- Editor: John Bodinger (submitted 2003-10-31). Score information: Letter, 3 pages, 92 kB Copyright: CPDL
- Edition notes: This is not the anthem by Charles Wood
Title: Twas in the Year that King Uzziah Died
Composer: Charles Wood
Original text and translations
Isaiah vi, vv. 1-4
'Twas in the year that King Uzziah died,
A vision by Isaiah was espied;
A lofty throne, the Lord was set thereon;
And with his glory all the temple shone.
Bright seraphim were standing round about
Six wings had every of that quire devout;
With twain he awesome veiled his face, and so
With twain he dreadful veiled his feet below.
With twain did he now hither, thither fly:
And thus aloud did one to other cry:
Holy is God, the Lord of Sabaoth,
Full of his glory are earth and heaven, both.
And at their cry the lintels moved apace,
And clouds of incense filled the holy place.