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396. Faithful vigil ended

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Text Information
First Line: Faithful vigil ended
Author: Timothy Dudley-Smith (b. 1926)
Meter: 65 65
Publication Date: 2013
Scripture:
Topic: The Presentation of Christ in the Temple; Canticles and Affirmations of Faith; Church year: Presentation of Christ in the temple (Candlemas) (7 more...)
Source: Nunc Dimittis, The Song of Simeon
Copyright: © Timothy Dudley-Smith in Europe and Africa; © Hope Publishing Company for the United States of America and the rest of world. Reproduced by permission of Oxford University Press. All rights reserved.
Tune Information
Name: PASTOR PASTORUM (GOTT EIN VATER)
Composer: Philipp Friedrich Silcher (1789-1860)
Meter: 65 65
Key: D Major
Source: Tune set to Alle Jahre wieder kommt das Christuskind in his Dreistimmiges Württembergisches Choralbuch



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