If Christ Had Not Been Raised From Death

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Source: Ancient and Modern: hymns and songs for refreshing worship #204
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Author: Christopher M. Idle

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First Line: If Christ had not been raised from death
Title: If Christ Had Not Been Raised From Death
Author: Christopher M. Idle
Language: English
Copyright: © 1985 The Jubilate Group (admin. Hope Publishing Co.)

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UNION CITY


KINGSFOLD

Thought by some scholars to date back to the Middle Ages, KINGSFOLD is a folk tune set to a variety of texts in England and Ireland. The tune was published in English Country Songs (1893), an anthology compiled by Lucy E. Broadwood and J. A. Fuller Maitland. After having heard the tune in Kingsfold,…

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IN NOMINE DEI


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