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Question 1: [6] This hymn was originally the final verse of a longer hymn entitled "Awake, My Soul, and With the Sun,"[7] though it is most commonly sung by itself as a ________.
DoxologyPsalmsChristianityLord's Prayer

Question 2: ________ - quoted in his Trauermusik (January 1936).
Igor StravinskyOrchestraBassoonPaul Hindemith

Question 3: ________'s - Three Chorale Fantasias is based on the Old 100th.
Ralph Vaughan WilliamsHubert ParryCharles Villiers StanfordEdward Elgar

Question 4: ________ - 1948 cantata St Nicholas
Pierre BoulezOlivier MessiaenDmitri ShostakovichBenjamin Britten

Question 5: [4] Kethe was in exile at ________ at this time, as the Scottish Reformation was only just beginning.
ZürichGenevaLausanneBasel

Question 6: This version was sung at the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953, with harmonization and arrangement by the composer ________.
Ralph Vaughan WilliamsJohn BarbirolliAdrian BoultVernon Handley

Question 7: The hymn Praise to God by ________ is a paraphrasing of Psalm 117, with a third verse by Thomas Ken, and is also sung to the tune of the Old 100th.
EnglandNewington Green Unitarian ChurchIsaac WattsLogic
















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