The Film of Oliver Twist based on the novel by Charles Dickens can remind us of times in the past where some did not have enough to eat.
We plough the fields and scatter (Hymn accompaniment)
Organ accompaniment to the hymn, "We plough the fields, and scatter". Words: Matthias Claudius, 'Wir pflügen und wir streuen' published 1782, translated into English by Jane Montgomery Campbell,1861. Music: 1800, attributed to Johann A. P. Schulz. 3 verses. Kerry Beaumont, organist. Coventry Cathedral.
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