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A maiden most gentle and tender we sing

Translator: Andrew Carter

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Author: St. Bede, the Venerable

Bede was "The Father of English Learning"--the man who, more than an other, is representative of ancient England. --Hymns of the Christian Centuries, p. 31… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: A maiden most gentle and tender we sing
Translator: Andrew Carter
Author: St. Bede, the Venerable
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Ave, ave, ave Maria
Copyright: © Oxford University Press

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New English Praise: a supplement to the New English Hymnal #601



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