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When the Hungry Who Have Nothing

Translator: Mary Louise Bringle

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Author: Miguel Manzano

Miguel Manzano is a Spanish composer and singer. He was born in Aillamor de Cardozo near the border with Portugal. Miguel began his religious musical career at the age of 8 as cantor at the Cathedral of Zamora, Spain. He studied solfeg, piano, organ and harmonium with the renowned teacher, Gaspar Arabaolaza. Later on, he began studies at the Higher School of Sacred Music in Madrid, where he studied Rhythm and Gregorian Modality, as well as Harmony and Religious Polyphony. He furthered his studies of language and musical rhythm at the Catholic Institute of Paris. Miguel's internationally recognized music has been chosen to complete the repertoire of the National Liturgical Hymnal of the Espicopal Committee of Spanish Liturgy. At present h… Go to person page >

Author: Jose Antonio Olivar

José Antonio Olivar is also a writer and journalist Efe Agency and a very dear person in ballasts. The son of a seafaring family, Olivier went through difficult times during his childhood. He lost his parents and four brothers and faced the cruel war orphan llastrina. Hosted by his grandmother, he studied at the Seminary of Covadonga and Oviedo and he built a career of great prestige and recognition throughout the country. He has won several national awards for poetry and has worked as a journalist in popular newspapers and national agencies. In his journalistic work out the last time as deputy director of the magazine "Hello!". Olivar printed in this genre of magazines and friendly style compatible with both newsworthy. He has trave… Go to person page >

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Church Hymnary (4th ed.) #258

Hymns of Glory, Songs of Praise #258

Oramos Cantando = We Pray In Song #653

Praise y Adoración #146b

Santo, Santo, Santo #240

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