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Lord, Let Thy Holy Spirit Come

Author: Mabel Williams Crayne, 1880-1980

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First Line: Lord, let thy Holy Spirit come
Title: Lord, Let Thy Holy Spirit Come
Author: Mabel Williams Crayne, 1880-1980
Notes: D. and C. 68:4a-c
Copyright: copyright 1980 Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

Tune

RICHMOND (Haweis)

RICHMOND (also known as CHESTERFIELD) is a florid tune originally written by Thomas Haweis (PHH 270) and published in his collection Carmina Christo (1792). Samuel Webbe, Jr., adapted and shortened the tune and published it in his Collection of Psalm Tunes (1808). It was reprinted in 1853 in Webbe's…

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