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The hymn tune ST. ANNE first appeared anonymously in the sixth edition of Supplement to the New Version of the Psalms, published in 1708. It was originally intended to be used with Psalm 62, but later received recognition when it was set to Watts’ text for Psalm 90.
Other composers have used the tune as well. George F. Handel used it in an anthem entitled "O Praise the Lord." And J. S. Bach’s Fugue in E-Flat Major is often called "St. Anne’s Fugue" due to its use of the ST. ANNE tune.