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How Blest Are Those

Paraphraser: Fred R. Anderson

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Text Information

First Line: How blest are those whose great sin
Title: How Blest Are Those
Paraphraser: Fred R. Anderson (1986)
Meter: 7.6.7.6 D
Language: English
Copyright: © 1986 Fred R. Anderson; from Singing Psalms of Joy and Praise. Used by permission.

Tune

ES FLOG EIN KLEINS WALDVÖGELEIN

ES FLOG EIN KLEINS WALDVOGELEIN, a German folk tune, was first published in an early-seventeenth-century manuscript collection from Memmingen, Germany. It later became a setting for Christopher Wordsworth's (PHH 361) "O Day of Rest and Gladness" in George R. Woodward's Songs of Syon (1910 edition).…

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Timeline

Instances

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Presbyterian Hymnal: hymns, psalms, and spiritual songs #184
Together in Song: Australian hymn book II #20



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