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551. The works of the Lord are created in wisdom

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First Line: The works of the Lord are created in wisdom
Author: Christopher Idle (b. 1938)
Meter: 12 11 12 11
Publication Date: 2013
Scripture: ;
Topic: Creation; Creation and the Environment; Seasons (1 more...)
Copyright: © Christopher Idle / The Jubilate Group. Administered by The Jubilate Group, Kitley House, St Katherines Road, Torquay TQ1 4DE Used by permission.
Tune Information
Name: STREETS OF LAREDO (THE BARD OF ARMAGH)
Arranger: Noël Tredinnick (b. 1949)
Collector: John A. Lomax
Meter: 12 11 12 11
Key: F Major
Source: American cowboy melody, derived from an Irish folk melody
Copyright: Arrangement: © Noël Tredinnick / The Jubilate Group. Administered by The Jubilate Group, Kitley House, St Katherines Road, Torquay TQ1 4DE Used by permission.



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