Soprano from Morning Song (86.86) (Consolation) (The King shall come when morning dawns) - Reharmonisation & descant

Composer
Melody from Kentucky Harmony, 1816 Arranged by John Ross
Duration
1 minute
Genre
Other
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This tune is known as "Morning Song" or "Consolation". It appears in 86.86 (Common Metre) or in 86.86.86, where the second half of the tune is repeated. The present arrangement is in 86.86 and may be found in Celebration Hymnal for Everyone (no.700)

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