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This is a unique setting of KINGSFOLD with no accompaniment other than flute, finger cymbals, and tambourine. Even more unique is that it is a hymn about Joseph, husband of Mary—contributing to the relatively small repertoire on that theme. The flute and percussion give it the character of a dance.

Series:
Choral
Pages:
12
Liturgical/Seasonal:
*Advent 4 A; Christmas Vigil; Holy Family A
Language:
English
Comments:
A hymn about Joseph, husband of Mary.
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Authors: 
Hommerding, Alan
Composers: 
Hommerding, Alan
Arrangers: 
Hommerding, Alan
Classifications: 
Season: Christmas
Difficulty: Easy
Instrumentation: SATB
Format: Sheet Music
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