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De Jehová cantaré

Author (stanza 1): J. Arturo Savage

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First Line: De Jehová cantaré yo las misericordias
Title: De Jehová cantaré
Author (stanza 1): J. Arturo Savage
Source: estr. #2 Comité de Celebremos
Language: Spanish
Copyright: Letra estr. #1 ©1960 J. Arturo Savage, estr. #2 ©1992 Celebremos/Libros Alianza

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FILLMORE (Fillmore 12333)

James Henry Fillmore (b. Cincinnati, OH, 1849; d. Cincinnati, 1936) began his musical career by teaching music classes in a singing school and by selling music books (mainly those published by his father). The success of these early sales enabled him to establish, with his brother Frank, the Fillmo…

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Celebremos Su Gloria #25

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