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How Rich, at Eastertide

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Source: Evangelical Lutheran Hymnary #349
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Author: Joachim Oudaen

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First Line: How rich, at Eastertide
Title: How Rich, at Eastertide
German Title: Hoe Groot de Vruchtenzijn
Author: Joachim Oudaen (1685)
Meter: 6.7.6.7 D
Language: English
Refrain First Line: For now is Christ arisen

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VRUECHTEN

The tune VRUECHTEN was published in 1624 in of Dirk Rafaelsz. Camphuysen's Stigtelijke Rijmen with the text "De liefde voortgebracht" which is a rendering of 1 Corinthians 13. It was later published in Joachim Oudaen's David' s Psalmen (1685) as a setting for "Hoe groot de vruchten zijn." The tune i…

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