131C. Psalm 131 (A Responsorial Setting)

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Text Information
First Line: Like a child that is quieted is my soul
Title: Psalm 131 (A Responsorial Setting)
Author: Loretta Ellenberger
Language: English
Publication Date: 2012
Topic: Biblical Names and Places: Israel; Fear; God: Obedience to (21 more...)
Source: Evangelical Lutheran Worship (Psalm text)
Copyright: Refrain © 1973 Hope Publishing Company; Psalm text © 2006 Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, admin Augsburg Fortress Publishers
Notes: Responsorial refrain to reading of Psalm 131. Tone included for chanting.
Tune Information
Name: [Like a child that is quieted is my soul]
Composer: Loretta Ellenberger
Arranger: Rupert Lang
Key: D Major
Copyright: © 1973 Hope Publishing Company; Arr. © 1999 Hope Publishing Company ; Tone © 2011 Faith Alive Christian Resources
Notes: As an introduction, build up the parts beginning with the bass and repeating only the first two measures. When the melody enters, sing through the entire refrain. This refrain is taken from an anthem for chorus with optional soloist or treble voices. The text of the anthem, “Like a Child,” is based on Ps. 131:2 and Ps. 130:1 with words and music by Loretta Ellenberger and arr. by Rupert Lang (Hope Publishing Company, M-051-46984-0).

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