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Inspired by The Tabernacle Choir’s captivating performance based on the hymn tune Samanthra (arr. Mack Wilberg), this arrangement transforms the simple, yet haunting, melody into a beautiful piano solo that embraces the minor key as a quiet, meditative contemplation of praise. 4 pages.
His voice, as the sound of the dulcimer sweet Is heard through the shadows of death The cedars of Lebanon bow at His feet The air is perfumed with His breath His lips as the fountain of righteousness flow That waters the garden of grace From which their salvation the Gentiles shall know And bask in the smile of His face
Love sits in his eyelids and scatters delight Through all the bright regions on high Their faces the cherubim veil in his sight And tremble with fullness of joy He looks and ten thousands of angels rejoice And myriads wait for His word He speaks and eternity filled with His voice Re-echoes the praise of the Lord
He looks and ten thousands of angels rejoice And myriads wait for His word He speaks and eternity filled with His voice Re-echoes the praise of the Lord
Re-echoes the praise of the Lord
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