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23. Who Could Have Dreamt a Land like This

Text Information
First Line: Who could have dreamt a land like this
Title: Who Could Have Dreamt a Land like This
Original Language: English
Author: Jaroslav J. Vajda, 1919-2008
Publication Date: 2009
Meter: Irregular
Notes: Original title: A National Hymn. Commemorating the U. S. Bicentennial and dedicated to the town of Marblehead, Massachusetts in memory of Peter Stengel, by Clifton Lutheran Church. St. 1 MARBLEHEAD, Sts. 2-3 WIE SCHON LEUCHTET.
Copyright: Copyright 1975 Concordia Publishing House.
Tune Information
Name: MARBLEHEAD/ WIE SCHÖN LEUCHTET
Composer: Paul Manz
Meter: Irregular
Key: D Major
Copyright: Copyright 2009 Birnamwood Publications, a division of MorningStar Music Publishers, Inc.






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