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God beyond earth's finest treasures

God beyond earth's finest treasures

Author: Martin Leckebusch (b. 1962)
Tune: ST. HELEN (Martin)
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Martin Leckebusch (b. 1962)

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Text Information

First Line: God beyond earth's finest treasures
Author: Martin Leckebusch (b. 1962)
Meter: 8.7.8.7.4.4.7
Publication Date: 2013
Copyright: © Kevin Mayhew Limited. Reproduced by permission of Kevin Mayhew Limited (www.kevinmayhew.com) Licence no. KM600006/1 Permission applied for.

Tune

ST. HELEN (Martin)

In Rejoice in the Lord,, the page "Lord, Enthroned in Heavenly Splendor" states that G. W. Martin composed the ST. HELENA tune in 1889. G. W. Martin died in 1881. The index of Rejoice in the Lord lists George C. Martin, 1844-1916, as the composer. Because George C. was alive in 1889, it seems more l…

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