Responsorial Psalm - 11th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Yr. A

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Full details

This psalm was originally set in D, so feel free to change the key back up if you'd like. I had too much trouble hitting the 'E' so I went ahead and lowered it for myself.

I tried to make the refrain sort of mystical, or pensive because of the people/sheep analogy. So it's in minor. Then it changes up to the happy major key for the verses.

Ignore the pause leading into the last measure. I programmed something in there by mistake, I don't know how I even did it, and everytime I try to get rid of it, it makes the score look funny, so I just left it.

Feel free to make extra copies (up to 14) for your group for the purchase price.

God bless.

Score ID
Year of composition
Psalm 50
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
3 minutes
Voice + keyboard
Rock and Pop Music

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