Bozrah chronicles Isaiah's vision of a mysterious figure emerging from Edom, clad in blood-red garments.Words are by Charles Wesley. The tune is traditional, appearing, along with the first two stanzas, as #39 in Walker's Southern Harmony.It's Aeolian heptatonic as sung here, which is a Baptist way of singing it. It's sung Dorian in the Sacred Harp tradition. As a kid, I'm pretty sure I heard Methodists sing these words to a completely different tune.Variants of the words and tune appear in numerous hymnals. I can post notes if anyone's interested.There's even a Rastafarian song, Bozrah or Buzrock which has the same name and theme, though it's otherwise unrelated.All this is a way of saying that Bozrah has made the rounds.Played on a Ben Seymour Galax dulcimer tuned ddcc (D4 D4C3 C3) with the outermost drone reverse-capoed at the fourth fret to raise it to an A.