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89. From a Distant Home (De tierra lejana venimos)

Text Information
First Line: From a distant home the Saviour we come seeking (De tierra lejana venimos a verte)
Title: From a Distant Home (De tierra lejana venimos)
Original Language: Spanish
Translator: George K. Evans (1963)
Publication Date: 1996
Meter: 12 12 with refrain
Topic: The Christian Year: Epiphany; Biblical Characters: Wisemen/Sages/Kings; Christian Year: Epiphany (7 more...)
Source: Puerto Rican carol
Language: English; Spanish
Refrain First Line: Lovely eastern star that tells us of God's morning (Oh brillante estrella que anuncias la aurora)
Copyright: © 1963, 1980 George K. Evans, by permission of Walton Music Corp.
Tune Information
Name: ISLA DEL ENCANTO
Arranger: Walter Ehret (1963)
Meter: 12 12 with refrain
Key: d minor
Source: Trad. Puerto Rican carol
Copyright: Arrangement copyright © 1963, 1980 Walter Ehret, by permission of Walton Music Corp.



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