Responsorial Psalm - 2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Yr. A (Verbatim)

Composer
setting by Bernie Hernandez
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Had a musician’s faux-pas today - I have a cold, so I was a little out of it (plus it’s the 8:45am Mass and I’m not a morning person!) Anyway, this is a three pager and somehow I had the third page second and the second page third on my stands. I was to sing part 1 and everyone else was to sing part 2. We’ll, because I had the pages in the wrong order I went from measure 10 to measure 23 thinking I was continuing verse 1! Of course the reality was I went from doing half of verse 1 to the entirety of verse 3! As soon as I heard everyone not singing "it is prescribed for me" I knew I was doofing up! Not only that, but I had transposed my keyboard down two half steps for the Gloria, and had forgotten to transpose back up, so the guitarist and I were in completely different keys for the intro! When I realized what had happened I leaned back and whispered "capo 2 - sorry!" and he came back in. Yikes!

I know the pastor must have noticed - I hope I don’t get in trouble! Anyway, we’re having rehearsal this week, so maybe the third week in ordinary time we’ll be back to nailing the psalm again! God bless you and your ministry!


Score ID
191676
Composer
setting by Bernie Hernandez
Lyricist
Psalm 40
Difficulty
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
Duration
3 minutes
Instrumentation
Voice + guitar
Genre
Modern classical music
Instrumental parts
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