Hark The Herald Angels Sing Lyrics - Sheet Music PDF

Hark The Herald Angels Sing Lyrics - Sheet Music PDF

Hark! the herald angels sing,
“Glory to the new-born King;
Peace on earth, and mercy mild;
God and sinners reconciled.”
Joyful, all ye nations, rise,
Join the triumph of the skies;
With angelic hosts proclaim,
“Christ is born in Bethlehem.”

Christ, by highest heav’n adored,
Christ, the everlasting Lord:
Late in time behold Him come,
Offspring of a virgin’s womb.
Veiled in flesh the Godhead see,
Hail th’ incarnate Deity!
Pleased as man with man to dwell,
Jesus our Immanuel.

Hail the heav’n-born Prince of Peace!
Hail the Sun of righteousness!
Light and life to all He brings,
Ris’n with healing in His wings:
Mild He lays His glory by,
Born that man no more may die;
~Born to raise the sons of earth;
Born to give them second birth.

Come, Desire of nations, come!
Fix in us Thy humble home:
Rise, the woman’s conqu’ring seed,
Bruise in us the serpent’s head;
Adam’s likeness now efface,
Stamp Thine image in its place:
Final Adam from above,
Reinstate us in Thy love.

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Song: Hark The Herald Angels Sing
Lyrics: Frank Farian, Dp
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Hark The Herald Angels Sing Lyrics - Sheet Music PDF,. "Hark The Herald Angels Sing" is a Christmas carol composed by the English musician and composer Felix Mendelssohn. The lyrics were written by the English poet Charles Wesley and first published in 1739. 

The song is a popular Christmas carol and is included in many hymnals and Christmas collections. It is traditionally sung in four-part harmony.

Hark the Herald Angels Sing composed by Charles Wesley with music by Felix Mendelssohn. The song was first published in 1739 in Hymns and Sacred Poems, and is now a traditional part of Christmas celebrations in many countries around the world. 

The lyrics of the song draw heavily on the biblical account of the angel announcing the birth of Jesus. The song is often sung in a variety of different musical styles, but remains recognisably the same. It is one of the most popular Christmas carols in the English-speaking world.