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560a. How good it is, what pleasure comes

Text Information
First Line: How good it is, what pleasure comes
Author: Ruth Duck (b. 1947)
Meter: CM
Publication Date: 2013
Topic: Aid and development; Blessing; Fear (7 more...)
Copyright: © GIA Publications Inc., 7404 S. Mason Avenue, Chicago, IL 60638, USA. www.giamusic.com All rights reserved. Used by permission.
Tune Information
Composer: John Dykes Bower (1905-1981)
Meter: CM
Key: D Major
Copyright: © Estate of John Dykes Bower, c/o Lee Bolton & Lee, 1 The Sanctuary, Westminster, London. SW1P 3JT Permission applied for.

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