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1022. My Soul Rejoices in the Lord

Text Information
First Line: My soul proclaims the greatness of the Lord
Title: My Soul Rejoices in the Lord
Translator: Charles Thatcher
Publication Date: 2012
Source: English Language Liturgical Consultation (ELLC), 1988; 'Sanctum nomen Domini,' Graduale Simplex
Refrain First Line: My soul rejoices in the Lord
Copyright: Tr. © 2007 World Library Publications
Tune Information
Name: [My soul proclaims the greatness of the Lord] (Thatcher)
Composer: Charles Thatcher
Key: e minor
Copyright: © 2007 World Library Publications
Notes: The verses may be sung by a solo voice or an ensemble, with all joining in singing the refrain. The chanted verses can be sung antiphonally. For example, an ensemble could sing the odd-numbered verses, with all joining in singing the even-numbered verses. Let the text flow naturally, as in speech. When the verses are sung by all, it is not necessary to use the refrain

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