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Stand Up, my Soul, Shake Off thy Fears

Author or Translator: William J. Cleveland

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Text Information

First Line: Minaġi kiŋ, inajiŋ yo
Title: Stand Up, my Soul, Shake Off thy Fears
Original Language: English
Author or Translator: William J. Cleveland
Language: Dakota
Publication Date: 1951
Copyright: This text may still be under copyright because it was published in 1951.

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PENTECOST (Boyd)

William Boyd (b. Montego Bay, Jamaica, 1847; d. Paddington, England, 1928) composed PENTECOST in 1864 for the hymn text "Come, Holy Ghost, Our Souls Inspire"; it was published in 1868 in Thirty-Two Hymn Tunes Composed by Members of the University of Oxford. The name PENTECOST derives from the subjec…

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