Let God Arise. Hymn For Use In Time Of War

Album: not on an album (1900)
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  • The lyrics to "Hymn For Time Of War" - so titled - were published in the London Times, January 5, 1900, page 10.

    Written by the Dean of Rochester, it was set to music by Sir John Stainer, and published by Novello & Co for the benefit of the War Fund. The sheet music was 2d; words alone at 5 shillings per hundred. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England

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