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"Dear Jesus my Lord" for a capella SATB choir

Composer
Year of composition
2015
Lyricist
Ian Crossan
Difficulty
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
Duration
2 minutes
Genre
Modern classical music
Instrumentation
Choir
Instrumental parts
Not available
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A member of my sister’s church choir gave her the lyrics to this hymn and asked her if I would set them to music. I was happy to do so and this is the result. Jim Crossan was the lady’s uncle.

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