All Hail The Power

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* All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name is often called the “National Anthem of Christendom.”

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Listen to the beginner piano arrangement of All Hail the Power.



All Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name is often called the “National Anthem of Christendom.” The lyrics, written by Edward Perronet while he served as a missionary in India, first appeared in the November, 1779 issue of the Gospel Magazine, which was edited by the renowned author of Rock of Ages, Augustus Toplady. The text has been translated into almost every (if not every) language in which Christianity is known. The best-known tunes used for the hymn are Coronation and Miles Lane, with Diadem the favoured one in Australia, but there are a number of others. Diadem is also the most favoured tune sung as a choir number.

* This hymn arrangement is also available in our books: