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Cristo, Eres Justo Rey

Author: Desconcido Appears in 3 hymnals Lyrics: 1 Cristo, eres justo Rey Desde siempre y desde Edén. Guardan los cielos tu santa ley, Pues reina allá el bien. Quiero en tu humilde grey Cumplir tu ley de amor también. 2 Cielos y tierra y mar Riges desde eternidad. Ruégote quieras mi vida guiar; Toma mi voluntad Y haz que en querer y obrar Acate yo tu autoridad. 3 Oigase nuestra voz Hasta en celestial confin; Gloria a ti, Verbo eterno y Dios; Gloria, loor sin fin; Gloria, aleluya, oh Dios. Loor a ti, loor sin fin. Used With Tune: [Cristo, eres justo Rey]

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[Cristo, eres justo Rey]

Appears in 387 hymnals Tune Sources: Schlesische Volkslieder, 1843 Tune Key: E Major Incipit: 11127 13333 42351 Used With Text: Cristo, Eres Justo Rey

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Cristo, Eres Justo Rey

Author: Desconcido Hymnal: The Cyber Hymnal #13635 Lyrics: 1 Cristo, eres justo Rey Desde siempre y desde Edén. Guardan los cielos tu santa ley, Pues reina allá el bien. Quiero en tu humilde grey Cumplir tu ley de amor también. 2 Cielos y tierra y mar Riges desde eternidad. Ruégote quieras mi vida guiar; Toma mi voluntad Y haz que en querer y obrar Acate yo tu autoridad. 3 Oigase nuestra voz Hasta en celestial confin; Gloria a ti, Verbo eterno y Dios; Gloria, loor sin fin; Gloria, aleluya, oh Dios. Loor a ti, loor sin fin. Languages: Spanish Tune Title: [Cristo, eres justo Rey]

Cristo, eres justo Rey

Author: Hector Pereyra S. Hymnal: Himnario Adventista #155 (1962) First Line: Cristo, eres justo Rey desde siempre y desde Edén Languages: Spanish Tune Title: [Cristo, eres justo Rey desde siempre y desde Edén]

Cristo, eres justo Rey

Author: Héctor Pereyra Suárez (1921- ) Hymnal: Himnario Adventista del Séptimo Día #487 (2010) Topics: La Vida Christian Obendiencia; The Christian Life Obedience Scripture: Philippians 2:13 Languages: Spanish Tune Title: CRUSADER'S HYMN

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Person Name: Desconcido Author of "Cristo, Eres Justo Rey" in The Cyber Hymnal In some hymnals, the editors noted that a hymn's author is unknown to them, and so this artificial "person" entry is used to reflect that fact. Obviously, the hymns attributed to "Author Unknown" "Unknown" or "Anonymous" could have been written by many people over a span of many centuries.

Richard Storrs Willis

1819 - 1900 Person Name: Ricardo S. Willis Mel. arr. por of "[Cristo, eres justo Rey desde siempre y desde Edén]" in Himnario Adventista Richard Storrs Willis (February 10, 1819 – May 10, 1900) was an American composer, notably of hymn music. One of his hymns is "It Came Upon the Midnight Clear" (1850), with lyrics by Edmund Sears. He was also a music critic and journal editor. Willis, whose siblings included Nathaniel Parker Willis and Fanny Fern, was born on February 10, 1819, in Boston, Massachusetts. He attended Chauncey Hall, the Boston Latin School, and Yale College where he was a member of Skull and Bones in 1841. Willis then went to Germany, where he studied six years under Xavier Schnyder and Moritz Hauptmann. While there, he became a personal friend of Felix Mendelssohn. After returning to America, Willis served as music critic for the New York Tribune, The Albion, and The Musical Times, for which he served as editor for a time. He joined the New-York American-Music Association, an organization which promoted the work native of naturalized American composers. He reviewed the organization's first concert for their second season, held December 30, 1856, in the Musical World, as a "creditable affair, all things considered". Willis began his own journal, Once a Month: A Paper of Society, Belles-Lettres and Art, and published its first issue in January 1862. Willis died on May 7, 1900. His interment was located at Woodlawn Cemetery. His works and music compilations include: Church Chorals and Choir Studies (1850) Our Church Music (1856) Waif of Song (1876) Pen and Lute (1883) --en.wikipedia.org

Hector Pereyra Suárez

b. 1922 Person Name: Hector Pereyra S. Author of "Cristo, eres justo Rey" in Himnario Adventista



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