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The Holy Light (Cahaya Suci)

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Di relung gununggunung kunanti (Now at dawn we wait to see mountains)

Author: Paul Widyawan; Paraphraser (English): Colin Gibson; Paraphraser (English): James Minchin
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Author: Paul Widyawan

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Paraphraser (English): Colin Gibson

Colin Gibson (b. 1933) was born in Dunedin, the south island of New Zealand. He has been writing hymn texts and hymn settings for over 20 years. His works have been published and performed in Africa, the United States, Asia and Australasia, Great Britain and Europe. He is organist and director of the Mornington Methodist Choir, Dunedin, New Zealand, a lay preacher, and retired in 1999 as Head of the Department and Donald Collie Professor of English at the University of Otago where he currently heads the Department of Theatre Studies and continues to lecture on English Literature as Emeritus Professor. He has conducted numerous hymn workshops in New Zealand, Australia and Great Britain, and has been co-editor of a number of hymn collections.… Go to person page >

Paraphraser (English): James Minchin

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Text Information

First Line: Di relung gununggunung kunanti (Now at dawn we wait to see mountains)
Title: The Holy Light (Cahaya Suci)
Author: Paul Widyawan
Paraphraser (English): Colin Gibson
Paraphraser (English): James Minchin
Place of Origin: Indonesia
Language: English; Indonesian
Copyright: © 1990 Christian Conference of Asia, GIA Publications, Inc., agent


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