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4. Come, All You People

Text Information
First Line: Uyai mose, unamate Mwari (Come, all you people, come and praise your Maker)
Title: Come, All You People
Shona Title: Uyai Mose
Author (st. 1): Alexander Gondo, 20th cent.
Translator: I-to Loh, b. 1936
Publication Date: 2002
Meter: 56 56 56 7
Topic: Gathering
Source: With One Voice, 1995 (stanzas 2-3); 20th century, Zimbabwe
Language: English; Shona
Copyright: Stanza 1 © 1986 World Council of Churches (stanzas 2-3) © 1995 With One Voice/Augsburg Fortress
Tune Information
Arranger: John L. Bell, b. 1949
Composer: Alexander Gondo
Meter: 56 56 56 7
Key: E Major
Copyright: arr. © 1994, WGRG the Iona Community (Scotland), admin. GIA Publications, Inc.; © 1986 World Council of Churches

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