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1C. Happy Are They Who Walk in God's Wise Way

Text Information
First Line: Happy are they who walk in God's wise way (Khwaam suk yeun yong khong maa suu phuu tham chop)
Title: Happy Are They Who Walk in God's Wise Way
Thai Title: Khwaam suk yeun yong khong maa suu phuu tham chop
Translator and Paraphraser: Erik Routley
Publication Date: 2012
Meter: 10.8.10.8.
Scripture:
Topic: Atheism; Blessing; Church Year: All Saints' Day (30 more...)
Source: Thailand
Language: English; Thai
Copyright: © 1976 Hinshaw Music, Inc.
Tune Information
Name: SRI LAMPANG
Arranger: I-to Loh, b. 1936
Meter: 10.8.10.8.
Key: C Major
Source: Traditional melody, Thailand
Copyright: Arr. © 2011 Hinshaw Music, Inc.; Tone © Faith Alive Christian Resources
Notes: This Thai melody should be sung unhurriedly and with a light voice. It may be accompanied by some voices or soft instruments droning on A-flat and E-flat throughout. A light wind or string instrument may double the melody. Soft hand drum and finger cymbals or triangle may also be added. The Thai pattern for accompanying with finger cymbals is to begin with a closed strike (short chap sound) followed by an open strike (ringing ching sound). Finger cymbals and drum accompaniment included.



Media
Audio recording: Happy Are They

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