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De rodillas partamos

Translator: Federico J. Pagura

Federico José Pagura was an Argentine Methodist bishop and author and translator of hymns. Leland Bryant Ross Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: De rodillas partamos hoy el pan
Title: De rodillas partamos
English Title: Let us break bread together on our knees
Translator: Federico J. Pagura
Meter: 10.10.6.8.7.
Source: Espiritual afro-americana
Language: Spanish
Refrain First Line: De rodillas estoy con el rostro al naciente sol
Copyright: Trad. © 1962 Federico J. Pagura

Tune

LET US BREAK BREAD

The tune BREAK BREAD TOGETHER, like the text, has been subject to variation. It became widely known after publication in The Second Book of Negro Spirituals (1926), compiled by the brothers James Weldon Johnson and Rosamond Johnson. The tune gained further popularity through a variety of choral arra…

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Timeline

Instances

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