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Holy Night, Blessed Night

Mingxing canlan tiandi ning (Stars shine brightly, earth is still)

Paraphaser: Kathleen Moody; Author: Jingren Wu (1921); Author: Zhu Weiyu (1921)
Tune: SHENG YE JING
Published in 2 hymnals

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Text Information

First Line: Mingxing canlan tiandi ning (Stars shine brightly, earth is still)
Title: Holy Night, Blessed Night
Mandarin Title: Sheng Ye Qing, Seng Ye Jing
Paraphaser: Kathleen Moody
Author: Jingren Wu (1921)
Author: Zhu Weiyu (1921)
Meter: 7.8.9.8 with refrain
Source: Mandarin carol
Language: English; Mandarin
Refrain First Line: Shengye jing (Holy night)
Copyright: Paraphrase © Kathleen Moody.; Text and Music: Copyright Chinese New Hymnal, Chinese Hymnal Committee. People's Republic of China. Used by permission.

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