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49B. Come, One and All, from Near and Far

Text Information
First Line: Come, one and all, from near and far
Title: Come, One and All, from Near and Far
Author: Martin Leckebusch
Publication Date: 2012
Meter: 8.8.8.8
Scripture:
Topic: Affliction; Church Year: Easter; Church Year: Good Friday (25 more...)
Language: English
Copyright: © 2006 Kevin Mayhew Ltd.
Tune Information
Name: KIÚ-JĪ-IT
Composer: I-to Loh, b. 1936 (1999)
Meter: 8.8.8.8
Key: G Major
Copyright: © 1999 I-to Loh
Notes: The Asian melody carries well the text of this psalm. It should not be sung forcefully, but gently, as a wise bard sharing ancient proverbs. The melody line may be doubled by flute or violin. A second instrument could play in canon at the measure. The bass line should be played by a pitched percussion instrument or may be plucked on a cello or bass. The ostinato pattern may be varied rhythmically.



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