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'''Description:''' Published in ''The Psalmodist's Assistant'', 1806, p. 100. Words by an anonymous author, perhaps Holden himself. Inscribed, "Written on the total eclipse of the sun, June 16, 1806."
 
'''Description:''' Published in ''The Psalmodist's Assistant'', 1806, p. 100. Words by an anonymous author, perhaps Holden himself. Inscribed, "Written on the total eclipse of the sun, June 16, 1806."

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General Information

Title: Phenomena
First Line: See the noon-day clothed in darkness
Composer: Oliver Holden
Lyricist: Anonymous

Number of voices: 3vv   Voicing: STB
Genre: Secular   Meter: 87. 87

Language: English
Instruments: A cappella

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Description: Published in The Psalmodist's Assistant, 1806, p. 100. Words by an anonymous author, perhaps Holden himself. Inscribed, "Written on the total eclipse of the sun, June 16, 1806."

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Original text and translations

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See the noon-day clothed in darkness!
Man and beast astonished stand!
See the stars look out and wonder,
While the shade o'er-spreads the land!