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Come, All You People

Author (st. 1): Alexander Gondo

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Translator (st. 1): I-to Loh

Born in 1936 in Taiwan, the Rev. I-to Loh is a graduate of Tainan Theological College and Seminary (M.Div.), Union Theological Seminary in New York (SMM in Composition), and University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA, Ph.D. in Music, majoring in Ethnomusicology). He has taught Asian and Global Church Music, Ethnomusicology and Worship for many years at the Asian Institute for Liturgy and Music in Manila, and at Tainan Theological College and Seminary. He has collected and compiled over 20 collections of hymns, including Sound the Bamboo: CCA Hymnal 2000 (including 315 hymns from 22 countries, with 44 languages). He was named a Fellow of the Hymn Society of America and Canada in 1995, the first non-Caucasian to have earned that honor i… Go to person page >

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First Line: Come, all you people, Come and praise your Maker
Title: Come, All You People
Shona Title: Uyai Mose
Author (st. 1): Alexander Gondo
Translator (st. 1): I-to Loh
Meter: 5.6.5.6.5.6.7
Source: 20th cent. Zimbabwe; With One Voice (1995), st. 2-3
Place of Origin: Zimbabwe
Language: English; Shona
Copyright: St. 1 © 1986, World Council of Churches; St. 2-3 © 1995, from "With One Voice"/Augsburg Fortress
Liturgical Use: Opening Hymns

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