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A Child

Un menino pequenino assim (Look in the face of children ev'rywhere)

Author: Simei Monteiro
Tune: [Look in the face of children ev'rywhere]
Published in 1 hymnal

Author: Simei Monteiro

Simei Monteiro is a Brazilian poet, composer, translator, author and editor. She was Born in Belém, PA, Brazil in 1943. Her songs and translations appear in several hymn books and collections of sacred songs in Brazil, Latin America, USA, Europe, and Asia. She has a degree in Portuguese, French Language and Literature, and a Degree in Artistic Education. She is interested in worship and the arts, and her book: The Song of Life, explores the relationship between Hymnody and Theology. Until 2010, she was a missionary of The United Methodist Church, serving with the World Council of Churches (WCC), in Geneva, Switzerland, in the position of Worship Consultant. Simei is married to a Methodist pastor and has two adult daughters, two g… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Un menino pequenino assim (Look in the face of children ev'rywhere)
Title: A Child
Portuguese Title: Um Menino
Author: Simei Monteiro
Language: English; Portuguese
Publication Date: 1999
Notes: Brazil
Copyright: Translation © 1999 Choristers Guild; Portuguese text © 1987 Simei Monteiro. Administered by Choristers Guild

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