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Break Forth in Joyous Song

Author: Marilyn Biery

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Text Information

First Line: Break Forth in Joyous Song
Author: Marilyn Biery
Meter: S M (66 86) with Refrain
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Rejoice! Rejoice! Rejoice, give thanks, and sing!
Copyright: 2006 © Birnamwood Publications (ASCAP), a division of MorningStar Music Publishers, Inc. All rights reserved.

Tune

MARION (Messiter)

Arthur H. Messiter (b. Frome, Somersetshire, England, 1834; d. New York, NY, 1916) composed MARION for this text in 1883 and named it after his wife. The tune was published in the Hymnal with Music as Used in Trinity Church (1893), a hymnal compiled by Messiter during his long term of service as org…

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