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293. Unto us a boy is born!

Text Information
First Line: Unto us a boy is born!
Translator: Percy Dearmer, 1867-1936
Publication Date: 1999
Meter: 76.77
Scripture: Isaiah 9:2-7; Matthew 2:14-16
Topic: Christmas; Hymns Specially Suitable for Children; Jesus Christ: Incarnation
Source: Anon. Latin, 15th cent.
Language: English
Notes: Now Public Domain
Copyright: Words from "Oxford Book of Carols" by permission of Oxford University Press
Tune Information
Arranger: Geoffrey Shaw, 1879-1943
Meter: 76.77
Key: D Major
Source: 'Piae Cnationes', 1582
Copyright: Music from "Oxford Book of Carols" by permission of Oxford University Press
Notes: Now Public Domain

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