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Deep beneath dark waters

Deep beneath dark waters

Author: C. Passmore
Tune: ST. ANDREW OF CRETE
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Author: C. Passmore

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First Line: Deep beneath dark waters
Author: C. Passmore
Language: English

Tune

ST. ANDREW OF CRETE

John B. Dykes (PHH 147) composed ST. ANDREW OF CRETE for this text. The hymn was published in the 1868 Appendix to Hymns Ancient and Modern. ST. ANDREW OF CRETE is one of a few tunes in the Psalter Hymnal that shifts from minor to major tonality (see also CREDO, 127 and NEW HEAVEN, 236). The initial…

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