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51. We three kings of Orient are

Text Information
First Line: We three kings of Orient are
Author: John Henry Hopkins, Jr. (1857)
Publication Date: 1940
Meter: 88. 446, with Refrain
Topic: Epiphany; The Epiphany: Evening Prayer General
Refrain First Line: O star of wonder, star of night
Tune Information
Composer: John Henry Hopkins, Jr. (1857)
Meter: 88. 446, with Refrain
Key: e minor or modal

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