Tune for hymn "I feel the winds of God today"

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Re: Tune for hymn "I feel the winds of God today"

by Susan » Mon Aug 27, 2018 5:44 pm

Was the Scottish tune you were thinking of called Landas?

Tune for hymn "I feel the winds of God today"

by Guest » Fri Feb 23, 2018 4:17 pm

The Strathroy video is the wrong tune, Kingsfold, not the Scottish one. I don't know the name of it chaslevy but I can sing it in my sleep as it was the school hymn for St Denis & Cranley, Edinburgh. I keep looking but like you, always find the Kingsfold version not the Scottish one. The Church of Scotland hymnbook should have the name of the tune, but sadly I don't have one.

Tune for hymn "I feel the winds of God today"

by Guest » Sun Oct 22, 2017 5:00 pm

Check out Youtube from the Strathroy United Church on June 3 2012 and you will hear I Feel the Winds of God Today by their choir. :)

Tune for hymn "I feel the winds of God today"

by chaslevy » Mon Jul 04, 2011 2:55 am

This hymn is usually sung to Ralph Vaughan Williams' tune "Kingsfold". However, I remember singing it to an old Scottish tune which I remember, but whose name I have forgotten. Any help in finding the name or a recording of the hymn to that tune would be appreciated.
Thanks.
Charles

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