No Tramp of Soldiers' Marching Feet

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Source: Christian Worship: supplement #716
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Author: Timothy Dudley-Smith

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First Line: No tramp of soldiers' marching feet
Title: No Tramp of Soldiers' Marching Feet
Author: Timothy Dudley-Smith
Language: English
Copyright: © 1984 Hope Publishing Co.

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KINGSFOLD

Thought by some scholars to date back to the Middle Ages, KINGSFOLD is a folk tune set to a variety of texts in England and Ireland. The tune was published in English Country Songs (1893), an anthology compiled by Lucy E. Broadwood and J. A. Fuller Maitland. After having heard the tune in Kingsfold,…

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NO TRAMP OF SOLDIERS’ MARCHING FEET


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Instances

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Christian Worship: supplement #716Text
Hymnal Supplement 98 #826TextPage Scan
Lutheran Service Book #444TextPage Scan
Worship (4th ed.) #482



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