Placide Cappeau

Born 25 October 1808. Died 8 August 1877
Placide Cappeau
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Placide Cappeau

Placide Cappeau Biography (Wikipedia)

Placide Cappeau (25 October 1808 – 8 August 1877) was a French poet and the author of the well-known poem, "Minuit, chrétiens" ("O Holy Night") (1847), which was set to music by Adolphe Adam.

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Adolphe Adam
Oh Holy Night (feat. Birmingham Community Gospel Choir & The Big Sing Orchestra)
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Oh Holy Night (feat. Birmingham Community Gospel Choir & The Big Sing Orchestra)

Oh Holy Night (feat. Birmingham Community Gospel Choir & The Big Sing Orchestra)

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Paul Leddington Wright
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Birmingham Community Gospel Choir
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