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104C. We Worship You, Whose Splendor Dwarfs the Cosmos

Text Information
First Line: We worship you, whose splendor dwarfs the cosmos
Title: We Worship You, Whose Splendor Dwarfs the Cosmos
Author: Martin Leckebusch
Refrain First Line: Lord God, our voices gladly we raise
Meter: with refrain
Publication Date: 2012
Topic: Church Year: Pentecost; Church Year: Transfiguration; Despair (29 more...)
Copyright: © 2006 Kevin Mayhew Ltd.
Tune Information
Composer: James Walch (1875)
Meter: with refrain
Key: B♭ Major
Notes: When singing all the stanzas, the refrain should be sung only after sts. 2, 4, and 6. Odd- and evennumbered stanzas may be sung antiphonally by two different groups, with all joining on the refrain. It is intentional that 104C and 103B are set to the same tune. There is a close connection between these two psalms, which are both framed by the exclamation “Bless the Lord, O my soul.”

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