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First Line:
Comfort, comfort ye my people
Title:
Comfort, comfort ye my people
German Title:
Tröstet, tröstet meine Lieben
Author:
Johann Olearius (1671)
Translator:
Catherine Winkworth
Meter:
8.7.8.7.7.7.8.8
Language:
English
Copyright:
Public Domain
Liturgical Use:
Scripture Songs

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Title:
GENEVAN 42
Composer:
Louis Bourgeois (1551); Claude Goudimel
Meter:
8.7.8.7.7.7.8.8
Copyright:
Public Domain