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Ann N Civil War & military metaphor in hymns (6) RE: Civil War & military metaphor in hymns 01 May 11


Whoops ... wrong Civil War, US not UK :)

I remember being taught 'Here's a health unto His Majesty' (a song published in Playford's 1667 Musical companion) when I was at primary school, by the history teacher (a local man) who was rankled by Cromwell's destruction of the local castle in 1648    :D

... and no, I'm not quite that old :)       300+ year old songs/tunes are still popular around here :D


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