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Euroclydon: An Anthem

Psalme 107 for Marriners




Tenor

 
8

Bass

Counter







Treble

William Billings (1746-1800)


The Psalm-Singers Amusement (1781)

  

They that go

  

  

  


   


      

oc cu py, and oc cu py their busi ness

busi ness and oc cu py their busi ness

oc cu py, and oc cu py their busi ness

see,

These men



to the Sea in

Ships

   

   


and oc cu py their

    
  

see,

in Ships

and

see, These men see, These men

 

 







see, These men see, These men

   
   

see, These men see, These men

in great wa ters, These men




in great wa ters, These men

  


and

in great wa ters, These men

  

see

and

in Ships

  

 

Ships

 

to the Sea

in great wa ters, These men

             

18   
          

 

see


 
 
see,
These men
             

 

      
see
 
 


 

to the Sea in

They that go down, that go down to the Sea

They that go down,


            
   

   
8

         


   

down

down

They that go

oc cu py, and oc cu py their busi ness





 

They that go down

8           








Gods

Gods won










see, These men see, These men

  

     

won ders, His won ders, His great and migh ty



ders,

 



    

His won ders,

    

  

His won ders,

His

Gods won ders, His won ders, His won ders, His great and migh ty




These men



see,

  
they see

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His great and migh ty

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the deep.

great and Migh ty won ders in the deep.

won

won

   

won

ders in

ders in

   
ders in



 

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blow, to

  

8

the deep.

     

For He com mand

 

    

   

  

              





blow, to blow,

to



blow,

Sor

 


to

 

For

He com

   

my winds to

to

blow,

 
      

my winds to

 

blow,



     

    
 

blow,

the Sor my winds to

to blow,

the Sor my winds to

blow,

ded the

my winds

       
 

  

 

For He com man

man ded,

ed, com mand ed the Sor

He com man ded the Sor my winds to

For

        

For He com mand ed the Sor

the deep. For He com man ded the

  

blow,

  

Sor

 


  

my winds to
       

 

blow,



     

     
              


the
waves there
to blow.
And He lif ted up
the waves,

                          

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to blow. And He lif ted up

blow,

  
 


8

  

to blow.

blow, to

    

blow. And He lif ted up

the

waves,

the waves

The

the

there

     
waves

              
waves,

the waves

there

there

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of.



of.

 

They are moun ted up,

of.

    
    

 


They are moun ted up,

    

 

of.




57





 

They are moun ted up,


 

   

8

 

as it were, in to

Heavn.

  

Heavn.

  

  

 

  
  

  
  

 


  

as it were, in to

 

as it were, in to Heavn. And then

They are moun ted up,

  

  

They are moun ted up,

as it were, in to

Heavn.

    
           

In to the deep, and their souls melt a way with trou ble. They reel
and Sag ger.











    
  

In to the deep, and their souls melt a way with trou ble.

In to the deep, and their souls melt a way with trou ble.

  

down,

         

         

  

Down, down, In to the deep, and their souls melt a way with trou ble.




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They

       
reel

reel

and Sag ger,

 
They reel,

They



    

 

reel,

    

             

and Sag ger, They

         

 


reel

and Sag ger,


     
They Sag

ger, Sag

They reel

and Sag ger,

They reel

and

 
  

ger, Sag ger, Sag ger,

They reel

and

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and Sag ger to and fro
reel

 

       

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Sag ger,

they Sag ger to and fro

Sag ger, Sag ger, Sag ger to and fro

   

Sag ger,


 


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They Sag ger to and fro

 

 
Then they cry,
 
 

Then they cry,

Then they cry,

   



Then they cry,

 

   

   

like a drun ken man,

like a drun ken man,

   
 

like a drun ken man,

   
 

like a drun ken man,

  

Then they cry,

 

  

 

 

and are

at their

wits

end.

and are

 

at

 

wits

 
 

at their

wits

and are

at their

end.

end.


wits

end.

And He bring eth them out


           

      

         



    

 
out

then they cry un to

God in their trou ble, And He bring eth them out

Then they cry un to

God in their trou ble,

He mak eth the Storm

a Calm,

 
 
out

       
        

of their dis tres ses.

       

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of their dis tres ses.
 
    


their

 
 

and are

then they cry,


 

    

 


     


                               
 


 
  
     
8

of their dis tres ses.

of their dis tres ses.

He mak eth the Storm

a Calm,

So that the waves

are

So that the waves

are

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So that the waves

So that the waves

So that the waves

Sill,

  


111


 

are

 

are


   
8

   


Sill.

Sill.

are

Sill.

are

Sill.

 
  

120

 
  

  2
 4 

Sill,

 

 


Sill,

Sill,

are

are

are

  
 

    

So that the waves

      

Sill,

So that the waves

Sill,

So that the waves


Sill,

    
    
 
 

So that the waves

       

  

be

cause they are qui et,

they are glad, Then they are glad, be

cause they are qui et,

they are glad, Then they are glad,


   

            


    
 

    
 

Then they are glad, Then they are glad, be cause
  

        

Then

they are glad, Then they are glad, be cause

   
 
   

   

 

Then they are glad,

    
  
 
    

they are qui et, be

they are qui et,

         

    

be

cause they are qui et,

  

    
        
 
 

Then they are glad,




are

Sill,

are

 
 

   

Then they are glad,

cause they are qui et,

   


Sill,

Then they are glad,

 

        
8

  
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are

 

Then

are

are

Then



 

  
 42

  2 
 4

Sill,

Sill,

are

Sill,

are

So that the waves

Sill,

are

      
  
 

 

 


      

Sill,

        



8

are

Piano

be cause

be

they are qui et,

     




 
 
 
 

cause they are qui et,

  
  

be cause

they are qui et,

And He bring eth the

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And All huz zah, huz zah,

        

        
        

  

And He bring eth the Ves sel in to port, And all huz zah, And all huz zah,


   



       




      
  

And all huz zah, And all huz zah,

And all huz zah, huz zah.

Ves sel in to port,

 
  

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8

   
   

      
Forte

And All huz zah, huz zah. Wel come




Their

        
       


And all huz zah, And all huz zah.

   

 

   
      

And all huz zah, And all huz zah.

Friends as sem bled on the Wharf to wel come them on Shore.

And all huz zah, huz zah.

  Vigoroso
    

    
    

here a gain,
Wel come home, Wel come here a gain, Wel come

 

             
 
Wel come here a gain, Wel come here a gain,
Wel come
       




   

 
 
 
Wel come
Wel come here a gain,
Wel come here a gain,


      
  
   




  

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Fortissimo

home, Wel come home!










home, Wel come home!

home, Wel come home!







Wel come here a gain, Wel come here a gain, Wel come home, Wel come home!

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