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Kreinawe

Brothers, hear, sisters hear, hear you all

Author: D. T. Niles
Tune: KREINAWE
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: D. T. Niles

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Text Information

First Line: Brothers, hear, sisters hear, hear you all
Title: Kreinawe
Author: D. T. Niles
Refrain First Line: Kreinawe, Kreinawe, Kreinawe
Publication Date: 1963
Notes: This is a "spiritual" sung in Sumba, Indonesia. "Kreinawe--Ole wo" meaning, "Alas to us--O ye brothers", is the congregational response to the words of the story teller which are the verses.
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 1963.

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E. A. C. C. Hymnal #112

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