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'Thine be the Glory'

The hymn “Thine be the Glory” was written by Edmond L. Budry in the 19th century and was first published in Chants Evangeliques in Lausanne, Switzerland, 1885, under the name “A Toi la Gloire.”

It was later translated into English in 1925 by Richard B. Hoyle for the Cantate Domino Hymnal, which was the hymnal of the World Student Christian Federation, according to The Center for Church Music.

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