Handel added it to Judas Maccabaeus. In 1796, Ludwig Van Beethoven composed twelve evangelisches Gesangbuch PDF on it for both piano and cello.
Ausgaben für die Landeskirchen Rheinland, Westfalen und Lippe (RWL)
Budry used Handel’s tune and wrote words for them, which he titled „A Toi la Gloire. It is reported that he was inspired to write it after the death of his first wife, Marie de Vayenborg in Lausanne, Switzerland. It was later published in French hymn book, Chants Evangéliques. In 1957 in the Netherlands, Calvin Seerveld used „Thine Be the Glory“, with his favourite hymn tune, as a basis to write „Praised Be the Father“ for his wedding. A church choir in Hoorn helped the congregation to sing it. In the Netherlands, it is used as a wedding hymn. The hymn is often used in church services involving the British Royal Family in Easter services.