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107. He who was nailed to the cross

Text Information
First Line: He who was nailed to the cross
Original Language: Latin
Author: Venantius Honorius Fortunatus, 530-609
Refrain First Line: Hail thee, festival day!
Publication Date: 1940
Topic: Whitsunday; Whitsunday: Morning Prayer Opening; Whitsunday: The Holy Communion Opening
Source: Enlargeed Songs of Praise
Tune Information
Composer: R. Vaughan Williams (1906)
Key: F Major

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