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Oración secreta

Author: H. H. Petersen

An early Danish Mormon (baptized into the LDS church in 1853); emigrated to Utah 1862. Organized a Scandinavian choir in Salt Lake City. Moved to Hyrum, Utah, in 1868 and was active in local government as well as in the church, serving as choir director to the Hyrum stake. --based on the Wikipedia article, much condensed Go to person page >

Translator: Eduardo Balderas

(no biographical information available about Eduardo Balderas.) Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Hay una hora de solaz
Title: Oración secreta
English Title: Secret Prayer
Author: H. H. Petersen
Translator: Eduardo Balderas
Language: Spanish
Refrain First Line: Rendiré mi corazón

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Himnos de la Iglesia #373

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