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63a. Hark! A herald voice is sounding

Text Information
First Line: Hark! A herald voice is sounding
Latin Title: Vox clara ecce intonat
Translator: Rev. E. Caswall (1849)
Meter: 8 7. 8 7.
Language: English
Publication Date: 1939
Topic: Advent
Source: Latin of 6th cent.
Tune Information
Composer: W. H. Monk (1850)
Meter: 8 7. 8 7.
Key: F Major

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