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134. Come, pure hearts, in sweetest measures

Text Information
First Line: Come, pure hearts, in sweetest measures
Original Language: Latin
Translator: Robert Campbell (1850, alt.)
Meter: 887. 887
Publication Date: 1940
Topic: Advent; Saints' Days and Holy Days: St. Matthew; Evangelists (6 more...)
Source: Latin, 12th cent.
Tune Information
Name: COBB
Composer: Gerard F. Cobb, 1838-1904
Meter: 887. 887
Key: F Major

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