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Enga ka hanana elatra soa

Enga ka hanana elatra soa

Author: Marion Aird
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Marion Aird

Aird, Marion Paul, born at Glasgow, 1815, where she resided for some time, and then proceeded to Kilmarnock, where her Home of the Heart and other Poems Moral and Religious were published 1846-1863, her Heart Histories, Violets from Greenwood, &c, in prose and verse , 1853, and Sun and Shade, 1860. Miss Aird is included in J. G. Wilson's Poets and Poetry of Scotland, 1876, vol. ii. p. 389. Very few of her hymns are in common use, amongst these is "Had I the wings of a dove, I would fly?” --John Julian, Dictionary of Hymnology (1907)… Go to person page >

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First Line: Enga ka hanana elatra soa
Author: Marion Aird
Language: Malagasy