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357. Father and God, from whom our world derives

Text Information
First Line: Father and God, from whom our world derives
Author: Christopher Idle (born 1938)
Meter: 10 10 10 10
Publication Date: 1987
Scripture:
Topic: God's Church: Penitence and Prayer; Christ the Friend of Sinners; Pentecost: The Holy Spirit (3 more...)
Copyright: © Christopher Idle
Tune Information
Name: WOODLANDS
Composer: W. Greatorex (1877-1949)
Meter: 10 10 10 10
Key: D Major
Copyright: © Oxford University Press
Notes: A descant may be found at 42. Alternative tune: ELLERS (281)



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