The Hymns and Carols of Christmas

Hark, What Music Fills Creation!

Words and Music: T. Broad

Source: Ralph Dunstan, The Cornish Song Book (London: Reid Bros., Ltd., 1929), p. 117.

1. Hark, what music fills creation,
    Circling thro' the boundless sky,
Sheperds, fill'd with consternation,
    Hear seraphic harmony.

2. See them, from the Realms of Glory,
    Shedding lustre o'er the morn;
While they chant the wondrous story
    Of the great Messiah born!

3. Go to Bethl'em: in a manger.
    There you'll see the Saviour King;
Come and praise the Heav'nly Stranger,
    Make the whole creation ring.

Sheet Music

Editor's Note

Also found in A Selection of Carols, Pieces, and Anthems, Suitable for Christmas. (London: W. Kent and Co.; Penzance: F. Rodda, ca. 1872), p. 29.

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