O gran Dios, tres veces santo

Author: Anonymous

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First Line: O gran Dios, tres veces santo
Author: Anonymous
Language: Spanish
Copyright: Public Domain



VESPER HYMN (Bortnianski)

VESPER HYMN appeared in John A. Stevenson's Selection of Popular National Airs (1818) as a setting for Thomas Moore's "Hark! The Vesper Hymn Is Stealing." A footnote in that hymnal explained that Stevenson had added what is-now the first line of the retrain to a "Russian Air." Some later hymnals att…

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BRADBURY (Bradbury)



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