The Army and Navy Hymnal/Hymns/O Maker of the Sea and Sky

The tune for this hymn, "Mozart", is from the Twelfth Mass often attributed to Wofgang Amadeus Mozart (here named using his baptismal name Johann). However, Mozart's authorship is disputed and Wenzel Müller is now generally credited with authorship of this piece. For more information, see w:Mozart's Twelfth Mass, K. Anh. 232 on Wikipedia.

\version "2.16.2" 
skyComposer = \markup { \column { "From the Kyrie, Twelfth Mass," \line { "by Johann Mozart, 1756-1791" } } }
\header { tagline = ##f title = \markup { "O Maker of the Sea and Sky" "          " "101" } subsubtitle = "(MOZART. L.M.)" composer = \skyComposer poet = "Henry Burton, 1605" }
\score { << << \new Staff \with {midiInstrument = #"church organ"} { \key g \major \time 3/4 \relative d' {
  <g d>4 q q | 
  <fis d>2 << { d4 } \\ { d } >> | 
  <c' d,>2 <c fis,>4 |
  <b g>2. |
  <d g,>4 q <b g> |
  << { d4( c) } \\ { e,2 } >> <a d,>4 |
  <g d>2 <b g>8 <a fis> | q2. | \break
  << { g4 g g | fis4.( e8) d4 } \\ { g4 g g | fis4.( e8) d4 } >>
  <c' d,>2 q4 |
  <b d,>2. |
  <d d,>4 <d g,> <b f> |
  << { a4( c) } \\ { e,2 } >> <e' e,>4 |
  <g, d>2 <fis c>4 |
  <g b,>2. \bar "|." 
  <g c,> <g b,> \bar ".." } }
\new Staff \with {midiInstrument = #"church organ"} { \clef bass \key g \major \relative d' {
  <b g,>4 <b b,> <b g,> |
  <a d,>2 <fis d>4 |
  <fis d>( <a fis>) <d d,> |
  <d g,>2. |
  <b g>4 <d b> <d g,> |
  << { a2 } \\ { a } >> <c fis,>4 |
  <b g>2 <d g,>4 |
  <d d,>2. |
  <b g>4 <d b> <b g> |
  <c a>4.( <b g>8\noBeam) <a fis> <g e> |
  <fis d>[ <g e> <a fis> <b g>] <c a> <a fis> |
  << { g2. } \\ { g } >> |
  <b g>4 q <d gis,> |
  <c a>2 <a c,>4 |
  <b d,>2 <a d,>4 |
  <g g,>2. |
  <e c> | <d g,>
  } } >> >>
\layout { indent = #0 }
\midi { \tempo 4 = 100 } }

1.Maker of the sea and sky,
Whose word the storm-y winds fulfill,
On the wide ocean thou art nigh,
Bidding these hearts of ours be still.
2.Thou bidd'st the north or south wind blow;
The lonely sea bird is thy care;
And in the clouds which come and go,
We see thy chariots everywhere.
3.The sun that lights the homeland dear
Spreads the new morning o'er the deep;
And in the dark thy stars appear,
Keeping their watches while we sleep.
4.And so, secure from all arms,
Thy seas beneath, thy skies above,
Clasped in the everlastng arms,
We rest in thine unslumbering love. Amen.