Irr.Salve festa dies (not counting repeats)
This is the tune to "Hail thee, festival day," which I already covered in the 13+ size category, because with repeats, it comes to 16 lines. Or something.
Nyt yløs, sieluni
PMLuther League Hymn
Now vented my feelings. Regarding the tune, I don't see a future for it apart from the Vajda hymn(s), such as it/they is/are. Sorry, Vajda's text seems to be interfering with my ability to write a coherent sentence. While it's the lyrics that really bring out my mean side, I'll give Schalk's tune its due and say I've never cared for it, either. It's a strange, ambivalently churchly, ambivalently cheerful, ambivalently attractive thing that might be too far-out for the congregation to catch on in just one run-through, and not interesting enough to make multiple repeats worthwhile.
220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124.Harre, meine Seele
Sei du mir gegrüsset
6. 12 linesO Seigneur
126.96.36.199.6.11. DThe Ash Grove
188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11.Nun lob, mein’ Seel’
Min sjæl, min sjæl, lov Herren
18.104.22.168.8.7. DMaple Leaf Forever
22.214.171.124.8.7. DO Mensch, bewein
126.96.36.199. 12 linesDen store hvide flok (1)
Den store hvide flok (2)
And there I gladly leave the subject of 12-line hymn tunes. Funnily enough, when we skinny down to 11 phrases, we find only seven tunes to deal with. So, maybe I won't be so intimidated, and the next installment on this thread won't hang fire for quite so long.