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Christian People,Sing Your Praises

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Christian people, sing your praises

Author (attributed to): Wipo; Adapter: Ann Celeen Dohms
Tune: [Christian people, sing your praises]
Published in 1 hymnal

Author (attributed to): Wipo

Wipo (Wippo or Wigbert), a native of Burgundy, chaplain ot Emperor conrad IIl, A. D. 1000, Authroship is claimed for him, but not definitely estabished. Evangelical Lutheran Hymnal, 1908 Go to person page >

Adapter: Ann Celeen Dohms

(no biographical information available about Ann Celeen Dohms.) Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Christian people, sing your praises
Title: Christian People,Sing Your Praises
Author (attributed to): Wipo
Adapter: Ann Celeen Dohms
Language: English
Copyright: Adapt. © 1996, World Library Publications


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One in Faith #456

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