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653. Give Thanks to God Who Hears Our Cries (Psalm 107)

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First Line: Give thanks to God who hears our cries
Title: Give Thanks to God Who Hears Our Cries (Psalm 107)
Author: Ruth Duck (2007)
Meter: 8.6.8.6.8.6
Language: English
Publication Date: 2013
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Topic: Freedom; Healing; Love of God for Us (1 more...)
Copyright: © 2011 GIA Publications, Inc.
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Name: MORNING SONG
Harmonizer: Richard Proulx (1975)
Meter: 8.6.8.6.8.6
Key: E♭ Major
Source: Wyeth's Repository of Sacred Music, Part Second, 1813
Copyright: Harm. © 1975 GIA Publications, Inc.
Notes: (alternate harmonization, 374)


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The singing of psalm paraphrases is the most long-standing musical practice in Reformed tradition, dating from John Calvin’s own congregation in Geneva in the 16th century. This recent paraphrase of Psalm 107 illustrates the interpretive flexibility that is a hallmark of the form.


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