100D. With Shouts of Joy Come Praise the LORD

Text Information
First Line: Ae sab Zamiinde loko (With shouts of joy, come praise the LORD)
Title: With Shouts of Joy Come Praise the LORD
Punjabi Title: Ae sab Zamiinde loko
Translator: Emily R. Brink, b. 1940
Language: Punjabi
Publication Date: 2012
Topic: Church Year: Christ the King; Church Year: Passion/Palm Sunday; Daily Prayer: Morning Prayer (46 more...)
Copyright: Trans. ©2011 Faith Alive Christian Resources
Tune Information
Arranger: I-to Loh
Incipit: 86866
Key: F Major
Source: Traditional melody, Pakistan
Copyright: Arr. © 2011 Christian Conference of Asia, admin. GIA Publications, Inc.
Notes: Singers should elegantly glide into the notes preceded by grace notes. Ideally unaccompanied, it also works well to double the melody with a flute (or flute stop on the organ). For the finger cymbals or finger bells, (o) denotes an open, striking (ringing ching sound), while (+) denotes a stopped, striking (closed chap sound), in which the cymbals or bells are closed on one another. Ostinato pattern included for Bells or Orff instruments or pitched percussion instruments. Finger cymbals pattern also included.

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