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Source: Ancient and Modern: hymns and songs for refreshing worship #102
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SICILIAN MARINERS

SICILIAN MARINERS is traditionally used for the Roman Catholic Marian hymn "O Sanctissima." According to tradition, Sicilian seamen ended each day on their ships by singing this hymn in unison. The tune probably traveled from Italy to Germany to England, where The European Magazine and London Review…

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Ancient and Modern #102

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Common Praise (1998) #437

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Evangelical Lutheran Worship #312

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Hymnal Supplement 1991 #773

Hymnal Supplement II #23

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Hymns for Today's Church (2nd ed.) #109

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Oramos Cantando = We Pray In Song #554

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The Worshiping Church #187

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With One Voice #648

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Worship (3rd ed.) #564

Worship (4th ed.) #656

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Worship and Rejoice #669

Worship Together #23

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