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Oh, Come All Ye Faithful

Recorded/Published: 1987
The Presence of Christmas
The Presence of Christmas
The hymn "Adeste Fideles" was written in France sometime in the mid 1700s. The composer is unknown. In 1841, Frederick Oakeley translated the Latin words of the hymn into English as "Oh, Come All Ye Faithful".

The most popular music for the hymn was composed by John Reading who was the organist at Winchester Cathedral from 1675 to 1681.

Credits:

Producer: Doug Hoefer
Songwriter: John F. Wade
Songwriter: John Reading
Songwriter: Frederick Oakeley
Vocals: Harry Nilsson

Albums:

The Presence of Christmas (Dove CD)
The Presence of Christmas (US CD Reissue)

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