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Sing to the Lord

Year of composition
Bill Cumming
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
3 minutes
Modern classical music
Instrumental parts
Not available
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The organ part of this anthem will require secure technique but the choir parts are relatively simple. Some time ago I read a version of the words but cannot recall where. The lyrics used in the piece are inspired by this imperfect memory although the words and phrases used are frequently found in many sacred pieces. If anyone thinks they recognise any part of the lyrics please let me know and I will be happy to acknowledge this.

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