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Duérmete, Niño lindo

Meter: Irregular Appears in 7 hymnals Hymnal Title: Calvin Hymnary Project Refrain First Line: A la ru, a la mé Text Sources: Folclórico hispano

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A LA RU

Meter: Irregular with refrain Appears in 8 hymnals Composer and/or Arranger: John Donald Robb, b. 1892 Hymnal Title: The Hymnal 1982 Tune Sources: Hispanic folk melody Tune Key: D Major Incipit: 11176 71517 66321 Used With Text: A la ru, a la mè

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Duérmete, Niño lindo

Hymnal: El Himnario #101 (1998) Hymnal Title: El Himnario Refrain First Line: A la ru, a la me Topics: Navidad; Navidad; Christmas Scripture: Luke 2:1-20 Languages: Spanish Tune Title: A LA RU
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Duérmete, Niño lindo

Hymnal: El Himnario Presbiteriano #101 (1999) Hymnal Title: El Himnario Presbiteriano Refrain First Line: A la ru, a la me Lyrics: 1 Duermete, Niño lindo, en los brazos del amor mientras que duerme y descansa la pena de mi dolor. Estribillo: A la ru, a la mé, a la ru, a la mé, a la ru, a la mé, a la ru, a la ru, a la mé. 2 No temas al rey Herodes que nada te ha de hacer; en los brazos de tu madre nadie te ha de ofender. [Estribillo] Topics: Navidad; Navidad Scripture: Luke 2:1-20 Languages: Spanish Tune Title: A LA RU
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Duermete, Niño Lindo

Author: John Donald Robb, b. 1982 Hymnal: Singing the Living Tradition #230 (1993) Meter: Irregular with refrain Hymnal Title: Singing the Living Tradition First Line: Duermete, Niño lindo (Oh, sleep now, holy baby) Refrain First Line: A la ru, a la mé Lyrics: SPANISH - 1 Duermete, Niño lindo, en los brazos del amor mientras que duerme y descansa la pena de mi dolor. Refrain: A la ru, a la mé, a la ru, a la mé, a la ru, a la mé, a la ru, a la ru, a la mé. 2 No temas al rey Herodes que nada te ha de hacer; en los brazos de tu madre y ahi’ nadie te ha de ofender. [Refrain] --- 1 Oh, sleep now, holy baby, with your head against my breast; meanwhile the pangs of my sorrow are soothed and put to rest. [Refrain] 2 You need not fear King Herod, he will bring no harm to you; so rest in the arms of your mother who sings you a la ru. [Refrain] Topics: Jewish and Christian Teachings Christmas Languages: English; Spanish Tune Title: A LA RU

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J. D. Robb

1892 - 1989 Person Name: John Donald Robb, b. 1982 Hymnal Title: Singing the Living Tradition Translator of "Duermete, Niño Lindo" in Singing the Living Tradition John Donald Robb (1892-1989) was born in Minneapolis and educated at Yale University and Harvard University. He practiced law until 1941, when he moved from New York to the University of New Mexico at Albuquerque, where he was professor and head of the music department. He retired in 1957. Robb was a prolific composer. He wrote an opera, Little Jo (1947-1949); three symphonies, orchestral music, chamber music, and electronic pieces. He was also a collector of Hispanic folk music which was published in Hispanic Folk Songs of New Mexico/ (1954; rev., 1978) and Hispanic Folk Music of New Mexico and the Southwest (1980). --The Presbyterian Hymnal Companion, 1993