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A new Christmas ode, as sung at the Music Hall, Liverpool.

Lyrics: Anon, probably the composer

Whose voice did first inspire the eastern lay,
Amid the starry grandeur of the night?
When choral angels hailed the rising day
That saw a Saviour born, the world's great light,
Whose voice? It was religion's voice; her theme divine
To shepherds, then to bright Cecilia giv'n,
In flowing chords, with rapture to refine
The heart of man and raise the soul to heav'n.

Samuel Webbe (junr.)
(1768 - 1843)

Whose voice did first inspire?

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