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Jesus wept! his pity flowing

Author: Daniel Hughes

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First Line: Jesus wept! his pity flowing
Author: Daniel Hughes

Tune

LUX PRIMA (Gounod)

French romanticist composer Charles F. Gounod (PHH 165) wrote LUX PRIMA, which means "first light" in Latin. When the Franco-Prussian War broke out in 1870, Gounod left his native Paris and settled in England for five years. This sturdy tune was published in the Scottish Hymnary in 1872. It uses sev…

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Mawl a chân = praise and song #39b

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