Al Salvador Jesús

Representative Text

1 Al Salvador Jesús
Canciones por doquier,
Con gratitud y puro amor
Entone todo ser;
A quien nos redimió
En santa caridad,
Cristianos todos, con ardor
Su nombre celebrad.

2 A Cristo el Salvador,
Rey de la eternidad,
Tributa cantos de loor
El coro celestial;
Con ellos a una voz,
Con júbilo sin par,
Las glorias de su inmenso amor,
Cristianos, entonad.

3 Las glorias declarad
Del Príncipe de paz;
Es su justicia salvación
Y su poder, bondad.
Es digno sólo él
De gloria sin igual,
Pues con su sangre nos abrió
El reino celestial.

Rey de la vida es él,
Del mundo el vencedor,
Quien a la muerte despojó
De todo su terror;
En el poder vivid
De su resurrección
Glorioso el día llegará
De plena redención.

Source: The Cyber Hymnal #13607

Author: Matthew Bridges

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Translator: Anonymous

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Text Information

First Line: Al Salvador Jesús Canciones por doquier
Title: Al Salvador Jesús
English Title: Crown him with may crowns
Author: Matthew Bridges
Translator: Anonymous
Meter: 6.6.8.6 D
Language: Spanish
Copyright: Public Domain

Tune

DIADEMATA (Elvey)

Composed for Bridges's text by George J. Elvey (PHH 48), DIADEMATA was first published in the 1868 Appendix to Hymns Ancient and Modern. Since that publication, the tune has retained its association with this text. The name DIADEMATA is derived from the Greek word for "crowns." The tune is lively an…

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Media

The Cyber Hymnal #13607
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El Himnario #171

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