2 edition of Two carols: Oh Zion leap, O star of Bethlehem. found in the catalog.
Two carols: Oh Zion leap, O star of Bethlehem.
For voice and piano.
|Other titles||Oh Zion leap, O star of Bethlehem|
|Statement||Words and music by John Brundle.|
|LC Classifications||M2114.5 B8 C3|
|The Physical Object|
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In the Matthew account, magi follow a starto Bethlehem to bring gifts to Jesus, born the king of the Jews. King Herod orders the massacre of all the boys less than two years old in Bethlehem, but the family flees to Egypt and later settles in Nazareth.
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