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166. Gracious Spirit

Text Information
First Line: Gracious Spirit, heed our pleading
Title: Gracious Spirit
Translator: Howard S. Olson, b. 1922
Author: Wilson Niwagila (20th cent.)
Publication Date: 2002
Meter: CM with refrain
Topic: Pentecost
Source: Tanzania
Language: English; Swahili
Refrain First Line: Come, come, come/ Njoo, njoo, njoo
Copyright: © Lutheran Theological College, Makumira, Tanzania, admin. Augsburg Fortress
Tune Information
Name: NJOO KWETU, ROHO MWEMA
Composer: Wilson Niwagila (20th cent.)
Arranger: C. Michael Hawn, b. 1948
Meter: CM with refrain
Key: G Major
Copyright: © Lutheran Theological College, Makumira, Tanzania, admin. Augsburg Fortress



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