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1212a. Lord, now let your servant go in peace

Text Information
First Line: Lord, now let your servant go in peace
Publication Date: 2011
Source: Roman Missal
Language: English
Refrain First Line: A light for revelation to the Gentiles
Notes: Antiphonal response to reading of chanting of Luke 2:29-32
Copyright: © 2010, ICEL
Tune Information
Name: [A light for revelation to the Gentiles]
Arranger: Richard Proulx
Key: b minor
Source: Verses: Chant Mode VIII; Antiphon: Roman Missal
Copyright: Antiphon © 2010, ICEL; Acc. © 1985, GIA Publications, Inc.