Religion: In Egypt Land

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Go tell it on the mountain,

Over the hills and everywheah;

Go tell it on the mountain,

That Jesus Christ is aborn.

At Salzburg, backdropped by magical mountains, where Austria's great musical festivals were held before the war, and where he first heard Marian Anderson sing, Arturo Toscanini cried: "Yours is a voice such as one hears once in a hundred years."

Toscanini was hailing a great artist, but that voice was more than a magnificent personal talent. It was the religious voice of a whole religious people—probably the most God-obsessed (and man-despised)...

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