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398. Lord, set your servant free

Text Information
First Line: Lord, set your servant free
Author: Mary Holtby
Meter: SM
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) (2 more...)
Source: Nunc Dimittis, The Song of Simeon
Copyright: © Mary Holtby. These words originally formed part of a choral setting of The Song of Simeon by Richard Shephard.
Tune Information
Name: ST PAUL'S
Composer: John Stainer (1840-1901)
Meter: SM
Key: D Major



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