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831. I Depend Upon Your Faithfulness (Tu fidelidad)

Text Information
First Line: I depend upon your faithfulness (Tu fidelidad es grande)
Title: I Depend Upon Your Faithfulness (Tu fidelidad)
Spanish Title: Tu fidelidad
Translator: Andrew Donaldson (2001)
Author: Miguel Cassina (1994)
Meter: Irregular
Language: English; Spanish
Publication Date: 2013
Topic: Faithfulness; Living and Dying in Christ
Copyright: Spanish Text and English Trans. © 1994 Balsamo Producciones (admin. EMICMGPublishing.com)
Tune Information
Composer: Miguel Cassina (1994)
Arranger: Andrew Donaldson (2008)
Meter: Irregular
Key: C Major
Copyright: © 1994 Balsamo Producciones (admin. EMICMGPublishing.com)

Text Information:

This short song’s derivation from Lamentations 3:23 is somewhat more obvious in the original Spanish text than in the English version, so it is desirable to sing both languages whenever feasible. Like chants from Taizé, this piece benefits from being sung more than once.

Audio recording: Audio (MP3)

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