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Hark!

the Herald Angels Sing

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1 Hark! the he - rald an - gels sing, "Glo - ry to the new - born King:
2 Christ, by high - est heaven a - dored, Christ, the e - ver - las - ting Lord,


3 Hail the heaven - born Prince of Peace! Hail the Sun of Right -eous - ness!

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peace on earth, and mer - cy mild, God and sin - ners re - con - ciled!"
late in time be - hold him come, off - spring of the Vir - gin's womb:

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Light and life to all he brings, risen with heal - ing in his wings.

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Joy - ful, all ye na - tions, rise, join the tri - umph of the skies;
veiled in flesh the Go - dhead see; hail th'in - car - nate De - i - ty,
Mild he lays his glo - ry by, born that we no more may die,

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with th'an - ge - lic hosts pro - claim, "Christ is born in Beth - le - hem!"
pleased with us in flesh to dwell, Je - sus, our Im - ma - nu - el.


born to raise us from the earth, born to give us se - cond birth.
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Text: Charles Wesley (1707-1788), alt. 77 77D


Tune: Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847); MENDELSSOHN
www.hymnary.org/text/hark_the_herald_angels_sing_glory_to
adapt. William H. Cummings (1831-1915)
This hymn is in the public domain. You may freely use this score for personal and congregational worship. If you reproduce the score, please credit Hymnary.org as the source.


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