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Text:Midnight Stars Make Bright the Skies
Author:Ching-chiu Yang
Translator (into English):Mildred A. Wiant
Transliterator (Chinese):Christopher Cheung
Tune:HUAN-SHA-CH'I
Arranger:Rudolph Fellner
Composer:Chi-fang Liang

85. Midnight Stars Make Bright the Skies

Text Information
First Line: Midnight stars make bright the skies (ming xing can lan ye wei yang)
Title: Midnight Stars Make Bright the Skies
Chinese Title: ming xing can lan ye wei yang
Translator (into English): Mildred A. Wiant (1966)
Transliterator (Chinese): Christopher Cheung
Author: Ching-chiu Yang (1930)
Refrain First Line: Glory be to God on high (zhi gao rong yao gui shang zhu!)
Meter: 7 7 7 7 D with refrain
Language: English; Chinese
Publication Date: 1996
Topic: Biblical Characters: Shepherds; Biblical Places: Bethlehem; Choruses and Refrains (1 more...)
Copyright: © 1977 The Chinese Christian Literature Council Ltd.; Transliteration © 1996 Christopher Cheung
Tune Information
Name: HUAN-SHA-CH'I
Composer: Chi-fang Liang (1934)
Arranger: Rudolph Fellner
Meter: 7 7 7 7 D with refrain
Key: C Major
Copyright: Music copyright © 1977 The Chinese Christian Literature Council Ltd., Hong Kong. Arrangement copyright © 1955 Houghton Mifflin Co.



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