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58. Hark! the vesper hymn is stealing

(Accomp. A) 1.(3.) Hark! the vesper hymn is stealing 2.(4.) O'er the waters soft and clear; :|| 1.(3.) Nearer yet, and nearer pealing, 2.(4.) Soft it breaks upon the ear. :|| (Accomp. B) **Jubilate, Jubilate, Jubilate, Amen. :||

Text Information
First Line: Hark! the vesper hymn is stealing
Author: Thomas Moore (c. 1779-1852)
Publication Date: 1985
Tune Information
Adapter: Max V. Exner
Arranger: Melvin West (1930- ) (1984)
Copyright: Arrangement copyright © 1984 by Melvin West.

Text Information:

**Jubilate means "Be joyful;" pronounced, "You-bee-lah-tay."

Tune Information:

The hymn is arranged as a 2-to-4-part canon. "*Accompaniment may play either A or B or both for the duration of the canon. This canon may be sung by from 2 to 18 voices. Enter at any measure."

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