Come now, and praise the humble saint

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Source: RitualSong (2nd ed.) #969

Author: George Walton Williams

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First Line: Come now, and praise the humble saint
Author: George Walton Williams
Language: English
Copyright: © 1979, Hymn Society of America (admin by Hope Publishing Co.)


LAND OF REST (American)

LAND OF REST is an American folk tune with roots in the ballads of northern England and Scotland. It was known throughout the Appalachians; a shape-note version of the tune was published in The Sacred Harp (1844) and titled NEW PROSPECT as the setting for "O land of rest! for thee I sigh." The tune…

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