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Break Forth, O Beauteous

WORDS: Johann Rist, st. 1, 1641; tr. John Troutbeck, 1873; st. 2, A. T. Russell, 1851
MUSIC: Johann Schop, 1641; harm. J. S. Bach, 1734
Tune: ERMUNTRE DICK MEIN SCHWACHER
Meter: 8.7.8.7.8.8.7.7
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