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Come, in Adoration

Come ye here in adoration

Translator: Margaret House
Tune: KOMT, VERWONDERT
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Translator: Margaret House

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Text Information

First Line: Come ye here in adoration
Title: Come, in Adoration
Translator: Margaret House
Source: Dutch Carol
Language: English
Copyright: Taken from © W. S. C. F.

Tune

KOMT, VERWONDERT

Although the tune has Baroque characteristics of the early eighteenth century, KOMT, VERWONDERT could possibly be as old as the text. The tune was first published in 1856 in the Edmond de Coussemaker collection Chants Papulaires des Flamands de France. KOMT, VERWONDERT is a florid tune with a number…

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Instances

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E. A. C. C. Hymnal #17

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