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The People Who in Darkness Walked

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Author: David W. Music

David W. Music is Professor of Church Music at Baylor University, where he has taught since 2002. Music is the author of William J. Reynolds: Church Musician (2013), Christian Hymnody in Twentieth-Century Britain and America: An Annotated Bibliography (2001), Instruments in Church: A Collection of Source Documents (1998), and Hymnology: A Collection of Source Readings (1996). He has co-authored or edited four other books, as well as publishing editions of A Selection of Shape-Note Folk Hymns for A-R Editions' Recent Researches in American Music series (2005), John Weldon's opera The Judgment of Paris for the Recent Researches in the Music of the Baroque Era series (1999), and Oliver Holden (1765-1844): Selected Works in the Music of the… Go to person page >

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First Line: The people who in darkness walked Have seen a great light shining
Title: The People Who in Darkness Walked
Author: David W. Music (1998)
Meter: 8.7.8.7 with refrain
Language: English
Refrain First Line: for unto us a Child is born
Copyright: © 2000 Selah Publishing Co. Inc.

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Celebrating Grace Hymnal #84

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