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Hail! thou blest morn when the great Mediator

Text Information

First Line: Hail! thou blest morn when the great Mediator
Refrain First Line: Kindest and best of the sons of the morning

Tune

STAR IN THE EAST

First published by John H. Hickok in his Sacred Harp, 1832, for two parts: Tenor and Bass.Barry Johnston

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An American Christmas Harp #90

Include 2 pre-1979 instances
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