371. New Songs of Celebration Render (Psalm 98)

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Text Information
First Line: New songs of celebration render
Title: New Songs of Celebration Render (Psalm 98)
Author: Erik Routley (1972, alt.)
Language: English
Publication Date: 2013
Scripture: ; ; ;
Topic: Adoration; Music and the Arts; A New Heaven and a New Earth (2 more...)
Copyright: © 1974 Hope Publishing Company
Tune Information
Composer: Louis Bourgeois (1543, rev. 1551)
Key: G Major

Text Information:

This Genevan tune (created for Psalm 118 but also used for Psalm 98 in the 1562 edition of the Genevan Psalter) has worked successfully with several English texts. Here it sets a 20th-century paraphrase of Psalm 98 that owes much of its effectiveness to the author’s skill with multisyllabic words.

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