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==Music files==
 
==Music files==
 
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*{{PostedDate|2017-06-16}} {{CPDLno|45015}} [[Media:ClarT-LoFromTheHills.pdf|{{pdf}}]] [[Media:ClarT-LoFromTheHills.mid|{{mid}}]] [[Media:ClarT-LoFromTheHills.sib|{{Sib}}]] (Sibelius 8)
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*{{PostedDate|2017-06-16}} {{CPDLno|45015}} [[Media:ClarT-LoFromTheHills.pdf|{{pdf}}]] [[Media:ClarT-LoFromTheHills.mid|{{mid}}]] [[Media:ClarT-LoFromTheHills.mxl|{{XML}}]] [[Media:ClarT-LoFromTheHills.sib|{{Sib}}]] (Sibelius 8)
 
{{Editor|Edmund Gooch|2017-06-16}}{{ScoreInfo|A4|2|57}}{{Copy|Public Domain}}
 
{{Editor|Edmund Gooch|2017-06-16}}{{ScoreInfo|A4|2|57}}{{Copy|Public Domain}}
 
:'''Edition notes:''' The original order of parts is 2nd - 1st - [Instrumental bass] in the opening symphony, and Tenor - [Alto] - Treble - [Bass] - [Instrumental bass] thereafter. The alto and tenor voice parts are given in the treble clef an octave above sounding pitch in the source. The concluding symphony is given on the voice parts in the source, with the second treble-range instrumental part printed on the tenor stave. The last bar of the opening symphony, bar 8, is printed with a minim only in the source (i.e. with two beats in this bar). A crotchet rest has been added editorially to make this bar up to three beats. The first verse of the text is underlaid in the source, with three subsequent verses printed after the music: verses 2 and 3 have here been underlaid editorially.
 
:'''Edition notes:''' The original order of parts is 2nd - 1st - [Instrumental bass] in the opening symphony, and Tenor - [Alto] - Treble - [Bass] - [Instrumental bass] thereafter. The alto and tenor voice parts are given in the treble clef an octave above sounding pitch in the source. The concluding symphony is given on the voice parts in the source, with the second treble-range instrumental part printed on the tenor stave. The last bar of the opening symphony, bar 8, is printed with a minim only in the source (i.e. with two beats in this bar). A crotchet rest has been added editorially to make this bar up to three beats. The first verse of the text is underlaid in the source, with three subsequent verses printed after the music: verses 2 and 3 have here been underlaid editorially.
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==General Information==
 
==General Information==

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  • (Posted 2017-06-16)  CPDL #45015:        (Sibelius 8)
Editor: Edmund Gooch (submitted 2017-06-16).   Score information: A4, 2 pages, 57 kB   Copyright: Public Domain
Edition notes: The original order of parts is 2nd - 1st - [Instrumental bass] in the opening symphony, and Tenor - [Alto] - Treble - [Bass] - [Instrumental bass] thereafter. The alto and tenor voice parts are given in the treble clef an octave above sounding pitch in the source. The concluding symphony is given on the voice parts in the source, with the second treble-range instrumental part printed on the tenor stave. The last bar of the opening symphony, bar 8, is printed with a minim only in the source (i.e. with two beats in this bar). A crotchet rest has been added editorially to make this bar up to three beats. The first verse of the text is underlaid in the source, with three subsequent verses printed after the music: verses 2 and 3 have here been underlaid editorially.
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General Information

Title: Lo, from the hills my help descends
Composer: Thomas Clark
Lyricist: James Merrick

Number of voices: 4vv   Voicing: SATB

Genre: SacredHymn   Meter: 86. 86 (C.M.)

Language: English
Instruments: Basso continuo

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Description: This setting of James Merrick's metrical paraphrase of Ps. 121 was published on pp24-25 of Thomas Clark's A Ninth Set of Psalm Tunes, London: [c1830].

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Original text and translations

Original text and translations may be found at Psalm 121.