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144. [There's A Spirit in the Air]

Text Information
First Line: [There's A Spirit in the Air]
Translator: Anonymous
Publication Date: 1993
Source: 12th cent. French carol
Notes: A. There's A Spirit in the Air (United Methodist Hymnal No. 192) B. The Friendly Beasts (United Methodist Hymnal No. 227)
Tune Information
Name: ORIENTIS PARTIBUS
Arranger: Shirley W. McRae
Key: F Major
Source: Medieval French melody
Copyright: Arr. © 1993 Abingdon Press
Notes: Arrangement (Orff Instruments) Use with B (No. 227) only.



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