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Come, Behold! the Feast of Heaven

Author: John F. Underwood

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Text Information

First Line: Come, behold! the feast of heaven Alleluia!
Title: Come, Behold! the Feast of Heaven
Author: John F. Underwood (1993)
Meter: 7.7.7.7 with alleluia
Publication Date: 2013
Copyright: © 1993 John F. Underwood

Tune

LLANFAIR

LLANFAIR is usually attributed to Welsh singer Robert Williams (b. Mynydd Ithel, Anglesey, Wales, 1781; d. Mynydd Ithel, 1821), whose manuscript, dated July 14, 1817, included the tune. Williams lived on the island of Anglesey. A basket weaver with great innate musical ability, Williams, who was bli…

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Glory to God #511

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