"All Things Bright and Beautiful" is an Anglican hymn, though also sung in many other Christian denominations. The words are by Cecil Frances Alexander and were first published in her Hymns for Little Children of 1848. The hymn is commonly sung to the hymn tune All Things Bright And Beautiful, composed by William Henry Monk (1823–1889) in 1887, which is the melody we use here. Another popular tune is Royal Oak, adapted from a 17th-century English folk tune, "The 29th of May". Either way the hymn is often taught to and sung by children, perhaps because of the happy outlook many references to nature.
Piano sheet music, midi and mp3 files for this hymn can be downloaded using the links in the left-hand menu or see below.
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