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[You may talk about the men of Gideon]

Composer: Emily R. Brink Appears in 5 hymnals Tune Key: d minor Incipit: 17123 23455 54445 Used With Text: Joshua Fought the Battle of Jericho

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Joshua Fought the Battle of Jericho

Appears in 6 hymnals First Line: You may talk about the men of Gideon Used With Tune: [You may talk about the men of Gideon] Text Sources: African-American spiritual

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Joshua Fought the Battle of Jericho

Hymnal: Sing With Me #75 (2006) First Line: You may talk about the men of Gideon Lyrics: Refrain: Joshua fought the battle of Jericho, Jericho, Jericho. Joshua fought the battle of Jericho, and the walls came tumbling down. 1 You may talk about the men of Gideon; you may talk about the men of Saul; there's none like good old Joshua, at the battle of Jericho. (Refrain) 2 Up to the walls of Jericho he marched with sword in hand. "Go blow those ram's horns," Joshua cried, "for the battle is in God's hands." (Refrain) 3 Then the horns began to bellow, the trumpets began to sound, and Joshua commanded the children to shout, and the walls came tumbling down. (Refrain) Topics: Know Old Testament Songs; Songs with Non-Western Roots African-American Scripture: Joshua 6 Languages: English Tune Title: [You may talk about the men of Gideon]
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Joshua Fought the Battle of Jericho

Hymnal: Songs for Life #106 (1995) First Line: You may talk about the men of Gideon Lyrics: Refrain: Joshua fought the battle of Jericho, Jericho, Jericho, Joshua fought the battle of Jericho, and the walls came tumbling down. 1 You may talk about the men of Gideon, you may talk about the men of Saul, there's none like good old Joshua, at the battle of Jericho. (Refrain) 2 Up to the walls of Jericho he marched with sword in hand, "Go blow those ram's horns," Joshua cried, "for the battle is in God's hands." (Refrain) 3 Then the horns began to bellow, the trumpets began to sound, and Joshua commanded the children to shout, and the walls came tumbling down. (Refrain) Topics: Singing God's Story People of the Bible; African-American Scripture: Joshua 6 Languages: English Tune Title: [You may talk about the men of Gideon]
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Joshua Fit de Battle of Jericho

Hymnal: Songs of Zion #96 (1981) First Line: You may talk about the man of Gideon Lyrics: Joshua fit de battle of Jericho, Jericho, Jericho; Joshua fit de battle of Jericho, an’ de walls come tumblin’ down. Joshua fit de battle of Jericho, Jericho, Jericho; Joshua fit de battle of Jericho, an’ de walls come tumblin’ down. You may talk about the man of Gideon, You may talk about the man of Saul, Dere’s none like good ole Joshua, an’ de battle of Jericho. Up to the walls of Jericho He marched with spear in han'; “Go blow dem ram horns,” Joshua cried, “for de battle am in my hand.” Dat mo'nin' Joshua fit de battle of Jericho, Jericho, Jericho; Joshua fit de battle of Jericho, an’ de walls come tumblin’ down. Joshua fit de battle of Jericho, Jericho, Jericho; Joshua fit de battle of Jericho, an’ de walls come tumblin’ down. Topics: Negro Spirituals and Afro-American Liberation Songs Languages: English Tune Title: [You may talk about the man of Gideon]

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Emily R. Brink

b. 1940 Arranger of "[You may talk about the men of Gideon]" in Songs for Life Emily R. Brink is a Senior Research Fellow of the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship and Adjunct Professor of Church Music and Worship at Calvin Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids, Michigan. Her main areas of responsibility are conference planning and global resources. She is program manager of the annual Calvin Symposium on Worship, which draws more than 70 presenters and 1600 participants from around the world. She also travels widely to lecture and to learn about worship in different parts of the world, especially in Asia, where she has lectured in Bangladesh, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, and Taiwan. Her areas of interest include congregational song from all times and places; psalmody; hymnal editing. She was editor of four hymnals and consults with a wide range of churches on worship renewal issues. Dr. Brink is active in the American Guild of Organists, serving in both local and national offices, as well as in the Hymn Society in the United States and Canada (president from 1990 1992) and named a Fellow of the Hymn Society in 2004 in recognition of distinguished services to hymnody and hymnology. --internal.calvinseminary.edu/

Irma Tillery

1925 - 2021 Person Name: Irma Tillery (b. 1925) Arranger of "[You may talk about the man of Gideon]" in Lift Every Voice and Sing II

Larry Phillips

b. 1948 Arranger of "[You may talk about your kings of Gideon]" in Bible Songs on Timeless Themes



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