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294. Behold, a rose is growing

Text Information
First Line: Behold, a rose is growing
Translator (v. 4): John Caspar Mattes (11914, alt.)
Translator (vv. 1-3: Harriet Reynolds Spaeth, 1847-1925
Publication Date: 1999
Meter: 76.76.676
Scripture: Colossians 1:19-20; Isaiah 11:1-4; John 1:10-14; Luke 2:1-7; Psalm 72
Topic: Christmas Eve; Jesus Christ: Humanity; Jesus Christ: Incarnation (4 more...)
Source: Anon. GErman, 15th cent.
Language: English
Tune Information
Name: ES IST EIN ROS
Meter: 76.76.676
Key: F Major
Source: 15th cent.; 'Geisthliche Kirchengesäng', Cologne 1599



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